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Session 13 | Codes | Gary Parker. 7 | Fire-Resistive Construction (1 st part) Exercises . Given: the 1-hr exterior wall shown is located 12 feet from an interior property line. It has protected openings as shown.

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Session 13 | Codes | Gary Parker

7 | Fire-Resistive Construction (1st part)

Exercises

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Given: the 1-hr exterior wall shown is located 12 feet from an interior property line. It has protected openings as shown.

Determine: the maximum area permitted for unprotected openings

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Given: the 1-hr exterior wall shown is located 12 feet from an interior property line. It has protected openings as shown.

Determine: the maximum area permitted for unprotected openings

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All of the following building components may be used to create a fire area except .

  • fire walls
  • fire barriers
  • exterior walls
  • fire partitions
  • Reference

d Sec. 702.1

  • A projection is considered a building element that extends beyond the of a building.
  • exterior wall
  • fire area
  • building area
  • floor area
  • Reference

d Sec. 704.2

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3 For wall and opening protection and roof covering requirements, an imaginary property line shall be placed between .

  • court walls
  • fire areas
  • buildings on the same lot
  • different occupancies
  • Reference

c Sec. 704.3

  • 4 In a nonsprinklered building, what is the maximum area of unprotected exterior wall openings for a fire separation distance of 8 feet?
  • 10%
  • 25%
  • unlimited
  • unprotected openings are prohibited
  • Reference

a Table 704.8

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5 In a fully-sprinklered office building, what is the maximum area of unprotected exterior wall openings for a fire separation distance of 5 feet?

  • 10%
  • 15%
  • 25%
  • unprotected openings are prohibited
  • Reference

b Sec. 704.8.1, Table 704.8

  • 6 A parapet is not required for those buildings having a maximum floor area of square feet on any floor.
  • 400
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 3000
  • Reference

b Sec. 704.11, Exception 2

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7 A parapet is not required on the exterior wall of a fully sprinklered building located a minimum of feet from an interior property line.

  • >5
  • >10
  • >15
  • >20
  • Reference

a Sec. 704.11, #6; 704.8.1

  • 8 The measurement between the face of an exterior wall and the closest interior lot line is described as the .
  • fire separation distance
  • fire exposure setback
  • clearance to construction
  • exterior fire exposure
  • Reference

a Sec. 702.1

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9 In a building of Type I or II construction, nonbearing exterior walls having a maximum fire-resistance rating of are permitted to be constructed of fire-retardant-treated wood.

  • 0 hours (no rating is required)
  • ½ hour
  • 1 hour
  • 2 hours
  • Reference

a Sec. 603.1, #1.2

  • 10 Show windows may be of combustible construction in Types I and II construction where located a maximum of above grade.
  • 15 feet
  • 35 feet
  • one story
  • three stories
  • Reference

a Sec. 603.1, #6

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