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Economic implications of timber-framed separating walls in housing

C. O"Rourke

Economic implications of timber-framed separating walls in housing

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Published by An Foras Forbatha in Dublin .
Written in English


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StatementC. O"Rourke.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,36p. :
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL22810872M
ISBN 101850530637
OCLC/WorldCa18779997

34kN/m2 in any direction. The criteria for failure of the remaining structure after notional removal of a structural element are: x Deflection of walls or floors greater than L/30 is defined as failure of that element x Structural elements that have been overstressed after consideration of the duration of load factor of are defined as Size: KB.   A new book by Wall Street Journal writer Joseph C. Sternberg argues the economic practices of the baby boomers are imperiling the economic security of their children. The baby-boom generation was.


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Economic implications of timber-framed separating walls in housing by C. O"Rourke Download PDF EPUB FB2

The use of timber framing for external walls, separating walls in relation to semi-detached or terrace type housing and compartment walls of flats and maisonettes, offers energy savings in terms of materials' production of thirty per cent or more, dependent upon the alternatives considered.

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Most timber-framed houses arrive on site in kit form. Large panels are made in a factory and they arrive ready for assembly.

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Condensation normally happens when warm air from inside hits a cold wall which is poorly insulated. If this happens in a timber construction, preventing it can be a major concern as it can rot the skeleton of the house.

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This construction method makes use of a timber frame over the full height of the building. The basic premise behind MRTFC is the utilisation of fire and sound-rated timber framed wall and floor systems to provide for vertical and horizontal separation between dwellings.

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Furthermore if built well, the timber structure will last for hundreds of years. Due to the high specification of timber frame construction nowadays, sound coming in from the outside is not problematic – in fact well specified and built timber frame walls are among the best performers to keep external noise out of your house.

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