3 edition of Performance of buildings and serviceability of facilities found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gerald Davis and Francis T. Ventre, editors.|
|Series||STP ;, 1029, ASTM special technical publication ;, 1029.|
|Contributions||Davis, Gerald, 1926-, Ventre, Francis T., ASTM Committee E-6 on Performance of Building Constructions., ASTM Subcommittee E06.25 on Whole Buildings and Facilities., Symposium on Overall Facility Performance--Use, Operation, and Cost (1988 : Toronto, Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||TH453 .P47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||90031703|
People are generally very sensitive to unexpected vibrations. Very small levels of building floor movements due to activities such as walking can become annoying to occupants. Accurate prediction, evaluation, and assessment of vibrations can greatly assist engineers and architects to design cost-effective building structures without such problems. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities | Citations: | Attempts to improve the quality of the constructed product through interdisciplinary communication. Papers feature both the.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Innovative design and technological advancements in the construction industry have resulted in an increased use of large, slender and lightweight floors in contemporary office buildings. Compounded by an ever-increasing use of open-plan layouts with few internal partitions and thus lower damping, floor vibration is becoming a governing limit state in the modern structural design originating Cited by: 8.
This “Basis of Structural Design for Buildings and Public Works” covers structures in general and provides the basic direction for establishing and revising technical standards related to structural design. In principle, this “Basis of Structural Design” requires explicit treatment ofFile Size: KB. Learning from Our Buildings: A State-of-the-Practice Summary of Post-Occupancy Evaluation () Chapter: Appendix A Functionality and Serviceability Standards: Tools for Stating Functional Requirements and for Evaluating Facilities.
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Ventre (Editor)Author: Gerald Davis. Performance of buildings and serviceability of facilities. Philadelphia, PA: ASTM, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Davis; Francis T Ventre; ASTM Committee E-6 on Performance of Building Constructions.; ASTM Subcommittee E on Whole Buildings and Facilities.
Performance of buildings and serviceability of facilities. Philadelphia, PA: ASTM, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Davis; Francis T Ventre; ASTM Committee E-6 on Performance of Building.
The Guide to the Design of Building Systems for Serviceability is an excellent reference for the architectural or engineering design office, legal firm or other construction professionals who must be familiar with code requirements related to the serviceability performance of buildings.
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PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN. DESIGN GUIDE. FOR IMPROVING SCHOOL SAFETY IN EARTHQUAKES, FLOODS, AND HIGH WINDS. uninterrupted facility operation. Consequently, performance-based de-sign is the process or methodology used by design professionals to create buildings that protect functionality and the continued availability of services.
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The role of ASTM Committee E06 on Performance of Building Constructions, is outlined. The need for standards as an aid to facility management is presented. Terminology is clarified.
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The book is divided into six sections which cover: Demand for and supply of serviceability of an office facility; - Building floor area measurement for facility management; - Seismic risk assessment of buildings and probable maximum loss; - Single family attached and detached dwellings; - Energy evaluation and monitoring in buildings; and.
Facility performance evaluation (FPE) is an extension of what had been called "post-occupancy evaluation." FPE is a continuous process of systematically evaluating the performance and/or effectiveness of one or more aspects of buildings in relation to issues such as accessibility, aesthetics, cost-effectiveness, functionality, productivity, safety and security, and sustainability.
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Structure Buildings will withstand likely loads, including wind, earthquake, live and dead loads (people and building contents). Durability Confirming the use of materials that will remain functional for the minimum periods specified (5, 15 or ≥50 years).
Protection from fire. Objectives of Clauses C2 to C6 Safety objectives for people, other. Building performance can be enhanced by regular performance evaluation, exploring and understanding user needs, expectations and aspirations. Put succinctly, building performance evaluation primarily seeks to improve the quality of design, construction and management of buildings and by extension, promotes sustainable built environment .Cited by: 2.
improve serviceability of building systems. BEST PRACTICES, Facilities/Facilities Planning BEST PRACTICES, Facilities/Facilities Planning Financial Affairs Implementing an Integrated Capital Project Management and Accounting System for Project Managers’ UseFile Size: 76KB. DESIGN GUIDE 3, 2ND EDITION / SERVICEABILITY DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR STEEL BUILDINGS/1 Serviceability is defined in the AISC Specification as “a state in which the function of a building, its appearance, maintainability, durability, and comfort of its occupants are preserved under normal usage”.
Although serviceabilityFile Size: KB. Vibration Serviceability Performance of an Externally Prestressed Concrete Floor during Daily Use and under Controlled Human Activities Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities January Vibration Serviceability of a Building Floor Structure.
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These are typically educational facilities with capacities greater than for elementary and secondary facilities, for colleges and adult ed-ucation facilities, or for daycare facilities.StandardStandard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, jointly developed by ASHRAE, USGBC, and IESNA, A minimum standard to mainstream high-performance building practices.
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