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Unit 12 "Print Reading for Construction: Residential and Commercial"
TAMU COSC 175 Segner
Terms in this set (112)
A wall framing method in which wall studs run the entire height of the building, from foundation to roof plate.
A notch formed by placing two cuts in a rafter, allowing it to sit on the top plate.
Bridging members placed between wall studs to provide structural support and to prevent fire from spreading from floor-to-floor.
The bracing of joists by members that connect between the sides of adjacent joists.
A tie between two opposite rafters, well above the wall plate.
A rafter running between the wall plate and the ridge.
A rafter running between a valley rafter and a hip rafter.
A stud that does not run the full height of the wall due to the presence of a header or a rough sill.
A block placed between studs of a wall to prevent a draft and the spread of fire.
The horizontal structural member over a door or window opening. Also: a structural member nailed to the top of the sill plate at its exterior edge, onto which the floor joists are attached.
A rafter running between the plate and a hip rafter.
A rafter running from an outside corner of the building to the ridge board.
One of a series of wood or metal framing members used to support a floor or ceiling.
A short wall. (Pic)
A horizontal strip of wood attached to the side of a beam to support joists.
Interior walls that carry the veiling or floor load from above.
On Center (O.C.)
Spacing measurement referring to the distance between the centers of adjoining studs, joists, or other building components.
A framing method that makes use of heavy timber material for vertical posts in wall sections an horizontal beams supporting floor and roof sections. The floor and roof sections are typically made from plank material 2" thick.
A wall framing method in which wall studs run the length of a single story.
A horizontal roof member used to support long rafters or trusses.
One of a series of structural members of a roof. The ______s of a flat roof are sometimes called roof joists.
In balloon framing, the member attached to the studs and used to support joists.
The board at the peak of a roof. (pic)
In roof construction, the vertical distance from the top plate to the ridge of a roof. In stair construction, the vertical distance between floors.
The vertical member of a stair.
A horizontal framing member running between studs below a window opening.
In roof construction, the horizontal distance from the wall supporting the bottom of the rafter to the ridge board. In stair construction, the total horizontal length of the stairway.
Wood board attached to the top of a foundation wall, onto which the wall frame is attached.
A horizontal framing member that serves as a base for the studs in a wall frame, normally the same size as the studs.
The distance between supports for joists, beams, girders, and trusses.
Angled member that supports stairs.
The horizontal framing member running above wall studs.
the horizontal member of a stair.
A rafter running between a valley rafter and the ridge.
A rafter running from an inside corner of the building to the ridge board.
Triangular (pie-shaped) treads used to change direction of a staircase.
_____ and ______ are used to support floors.
_______ are used in situation where a wall would be inappropriate, such as open areas between gathering areas.
Wood is the most widely used framing material in ____________ construction, due to its flexibility and ease of use.
The weight from a floor is supported by the entire length of the ____, rather than by _______.
Residential; roofing; sheathing; finish
___________ framing plans may include additional information, such as the _______ material, _________, and ______ details.
_____-____ _____ is sometimes used in residential frames instead of wood.
Usually, a residential foundation consists of concrete ________ and _____.
2x12 JOISTS 16" O.C.
A 2x12 member is used for each joist and the joists are spaced 16" from one another on center.
Platform Framing is also known as ________ _______.
The joists and header are covered with ________ing. A sheet material, such as plywood, is normally used. The ________ is nailed to the joists. The finished floor will cover the ________. (All three ____s are the same)
When an opening that disrupts the framing pattern is needed, a ______ ______ is installed perpendicular to the joists. The same size member that is used for the joists is used.
A ______ _______ consists of two joists nailed together next to an opening.
This is a joist interrupted by an opening. ____ _____s normally run between the double header and the sill plate.
A ____ _____ rests directly on top of the foundation wall.
A ______ is located above a window.
A collar beam connects _______ to make the roof from more stable.
A winder is a _____ ________
A load bearing partition is an ________ wall that supports a load from _____.
Sectional views are typically drawn at a ______ scale than plan views.
Exterior wall dimensions are normally shown to the _______ of a stud wall.
Subfloor Second Level
Sole or Base Plate
Cantilevered Flooring System
Center line of Ridge
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