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- Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 01:51:55 EST
What if Grandma tells everybody to stand in the center of the living room? It is designed for 40 PSF! The 100 psf stair live load applies only to an occupant load of 10 or more, i.e., exit stairways of multifamily dwellings, but not single family. In a message dated 3/9/99 5:37:04 PM Pacific Standard Time, rkazanjy(--nospam--at)uci.edu writes: << Think about what might happen if Grandma tells everybody to get on the stairs for a family photo!? Jeff Smith wrote: > Can anyone tell me if they feel that the 100psf code live load is > intended > for interior private stairs of a residential unit with an occupant > load less > than 10? (Not public stairs or fire escapes, but possibly a required > means > of egress for within that unit.) > > Does not seem like a bad idea, but I was just curious what the intent > of the > code is. > > Jeff Smith, S.E. >>
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