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Drafting 2 Architecture
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When studs are removed from a frame wall for door and window openings, the wall is weakened, thus to return strength to the wall use
jack or trimmer studs are used to
what is the maximum distance between wall ties on a brick veneer wall
if all walls are the same construction, how many different wall sections are needed?
How would brick be best represented on an elevation drawing?
what is the standard height for the top of doors and windows above the floor?
The most common on-center spacing for wall studs is
The framing member placed above door and window openings is the
a purpose of the double top plates on a frame wall is to
tie intersecting walls together
cripple studs are found
above door and window headers and below window rough sills
how are exterior siding and roof materials indicated on exterior elevations
shown as simple symbols in scattered locations
wall finish notations on an exterior elevation customarily show
the material in simple scattered locations
the standard thickness for wall sheathing materials for a house is
what is commonly used to attach brick veneer to a wood frame wall?
corrugated metal wall ties
To anchor a stud wall to the subfloor, carpenters nail through the
Which statement about brick veneer construction if true
an air space should be left between the brick and the wood wall
r-vlue is a meacure of
resistance to heat flow
insulation is placed in
all of the above; walls, ceilings, floors
which of the following is not a purpose of ceiling joists on a gable roof
to support roof loads
a sole plate is used to
anchor the stud wall to the subfloor
what is the proper name for the top of the roof
what is the preferred scale for drawing a front elevation
exterior elevations showing the gable end will most likely include a/an
which of the following would be noted on an exterior elevation?
ceiling joist direction
which is used to represent horizontal siding on an elevation?
equally spaced lines
Grade line means
on what drawing is the amount of roof overhang noted?
the purpose of a wall section is to
reveal the internal construction
where is the vapor barrier located
heated side of insulation
flashing in a masonry cavity wall is used to
turn water towards the weep holes
a "typical wall section" drawing would likely show all of the following except
exterior elevations typically include dimensions for
vertical distance from floor to ceiling
when drawing exterior elevations, the projection of center lines for exterior doors and windows are obtained from where?
define elevation as
an exterior, flat view of a structure
if the front elevation is labeled the south elevation, then the right side elevation should be labeled as the
what features should be projected downward when drawing an elevation
wall/offsets of buildings, doors, and windows
which is included in exterior elevations
finished floor and ceiling lines
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