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I have done phases 1 and 2 but would like to get 3 and 4 done. I have phase 3 partially completed. Thank you!!!!! 1) Phase 1 (Due 09/03/2019): Sketch & Elevation • A sketch of the building structure...

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I have done phases 1 and 2 but would like to get 3 and 4 done. I have phase 3 partially completed. Thank you!!!!!
1) Phase 1 (Due 09/03/2019): Sketch & Elevation

• A sketch of the building structure either by hand or in Revit/AutoCad/Rhino/ any other drawing program. Note that the hand drawing is not accepted for the final submission. The sketch must show the location of: o Columns, beams, joists, and decking in roof and 2nd floor o Create a grid base on the plan showing the structural layout ▪ See o Mark location of bracing in exterior walls and interior walls if required • Elevation (floor to floor) o Side elevation
2) Phase 2 (Due 09/17/2019): Load tracing
• Calculate vertical loads (Dead, Live, Snow, etc.) and horizontal loads (wind or earthquake) throughout the building. • Calculate the combination loads using LRFD method
3) Phase 3 (Due 10/01/2019): Design members subjected to gravity and lateral load
• Brace members (Tension members): single, double-Angle, plate/bar,… • Vertical members (columns) design two typical columns (exterior with bracing points and interior columns): o Loaded from tributary area, o Brace loads o Report of loads on foundation for typical columns o See Ch. 4 of textbook- Structure 1: Statics and Strength of Materials for Architecture and Building Construction. Authors: Onouye and Kane.
• Update framing plans with vertical member size identified on plan considering bracing system in the plan for the final submission
4) Phase 4 (Due 10/29/2019): Design horizontal members subjected to gravity loads
• Design typical/critical members subjected to gravity loads and modeled in Revit/AutoCad/ any other drawing program o Horizontal members (beams/girders) design for Moment, Shear, and Deflection a. Typical roof Joist: open-web joist or W- cross-section as joist b. Typical floor Joist: open-web joist or W-cross-section as joist
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c. Typical roof primary beams (girders): W-cross section d. Typical floor primary (girders): W-shape o Draw FBD, shear and moment diagrams for the typical beams/girders and joists
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