5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- fire load
- glue-Lam beam
- a a wooden structural member composed of relatively short pieces of lumber glued and laminated together under pressure to form a long, extremely strong beam
- b total potential heat release if a building and its contents burn
- c the top or bottom horizontal member of a frame wall
- d horizontal structural members used to support a ceiling or floor
- e a vertical supporting member
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- an open space between the roof and ceiling of a commercial or industrial building, usually found under flat roofs
- a wall rising to meet a gable roof at the end of a building
- degradation of concrete due to prolonged exposure to high heat.
- a wooden or metal structural unit made up of one or more triangles in a flat plane.
- a wooden structural panel formed by gluing and compressing wood strands together under pressure
5 True/False Questions
eave → the edge of a pitched roof that overhangs an outside wall
sheathing → plywood, OSB, or wooden planking applied to a wall or roof over which a weather resistant covering is applied
rafters → Bricks, blocks, stones, and unreinforced and reinforced concrete products.
Lightweight Steel Truss → Structural supports constructed of 2- x 3-inch or 2- x 4-inch (50 mm by 75 mm or 50 mm by 100 mm) members that are connected by gusset plates.
engineered I-Beam → a wooden I-beam consisting of continuous wooden upper and lower chords separated by a web of OSB or similar sheetrock