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See the definitions in Section 1602.  My understanding of this is decks are
supported on two opposite edges (house on one side, beam & columns on the
other), balconies are cantilevered.

Conrad Guymon, P.E.

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From: "Ed Najjarine" <enajjarine(--nospam--at)permasteelisausa.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 3:58 PM
Subject: Floor deck LL


> Thanks for your response, I guess what I meant is when is 40 PSF is used
vs.
> 60 PSF. What is the exact definition of a deck and that od a balcony
>
> Ed
>
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