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BRE GG52/1 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS; PART 1. DESIGN - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-07-03
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
BRE GG52 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
BRE - IP14/83 - TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS Organization: BRE
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: With an emphasis on existing buildings and some coverage of the design of new build, it lists the causes of dampness and explores its effects.
BRE GG52/2 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS; PART 2. CONSTRUCTION - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-07-11
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
BSI - BS CP 112-3 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE STRUCTURAL USE OF TIMBER. TRUSSED RAFTERS FOR ROOFS OF DWELLINGS Organization: BSI
Date: 1973-09-12
Description: Recommends materials, functional requirements, manufacture, design, testing, permissible spans, handling and erection of Fink and Fan type trussed rafters.
GA - 600 - FIRE RESISTANCE DESIGN MANUAL SOUND CONTROL - 19TH EDITION Organization: GA
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: The systems in this Manual utilize gypsum products to provide fire resistance to walls, partitions, floorceilings, roof-ceilings, columns, beams, girders, and trusses. Systems are classified according to their typical uses and their fire-resistance ratings.
DS/EN 1993-1-11/AC - EUROCODE 3 - DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-06-24
Description: They are mainly used as - bracings for roofs, walls, girders - stays for roof elements, pylons - tensioning systems for steel-wooden truss and steel structures, space frames NOTE 2: Group B products are composed of wires which are anchored in sockets or other end terminations and are fabricated primarily in the diameter range of 5 mm to 160 mm, see EN 12385-2.
DS/EN 1993-1-11 - EUROCODE 3 - DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2007-01-08
Description: They are mainly used as- bracings for roofs, walls, girders- stays for roof elements, pylons- tensioning systems for steel-wooden truss and steel structures, space framesNOTE 2: Group B products are composed of wires which are anchored in sockets or other end terminations and are fabricated primarily in the diameter range of 5 mm to 160 mm, see EN 12385-2.
DIN EN 1993-1-11 - EUROCODE 3: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS (INCLUDES CORRIGENDUM AC:2009) Organization: DIN
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: They are mainly used as – bracings for roofs, walls, girders – stays for roof elements, pylons – tensioning systems for steel-wooden truss and steel structures, space frames NOTE 2: Group B products are composed of wires which are anchored in sockets or other end terminations and are fabricated primarily in the diameter range of 5 mm to 160 mm, see EN 12385-2.
BRE - IP22/89 - INNOVATIVE DAYLIGHTING SYSTEMS Organization: BRE
Date: 1989-01-01
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a cut roof) may be preferred.
AWC WCD1 - DETAILS FOR CONVENTIONAL WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION Organization: AWC
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: This module also provides for alternate 24-inch spacing of floor, wall and roof framing where floor and roof trusses are used, and accommodates 24-inch spacing of studs where wind loads permit, or where larger studs are required for thicker insulation or heavier floor and roof loads.
CSA SPE-900 - SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC ROOFTOP-INSTALLATION BEST PRACTICES GUIDELINE - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: It is applicable to residential, institutional, commercial, and industrial (ICI) buildings with either flat roofs or pitched roofs. While the focus is on rooftop-mounted systems, some of the principles described herein can be applied to photovoltaic systems mounted to facades, carports, awnings, sound barriers, and other building structures.
LUL - S1053 - CIVIL ENGINEERING - BUILDING AND STATION STRUCTURES - ISSUE A13; INCORPORATES WRITTEN NOTICE 5/13/2016 Organization: LUL
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: Stairways and ramp requirements are included in LU Standard S1133. Escalators and escalator trusses are included within LU Standard S1092. Ladders and Step Iron requirements for drainage installations are included within LU Standard S1052.

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