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- From: "Sklar, Mitch" <mitch.sklar(--nospam--at)kcba-architects.com>
- Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 12:03:12 -0400
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1.3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
C. Construction: Type PR, partially / FR, fully restrained.
D. Construction: Type 1, rigid frame. / 2, simple framing. / 3, semirigid framing.
Can I get a consensus on the definition of each type and what kind of buildings they would typically apply to? Such as a two story steel framed structure w/PR-FMC connections or a 1 story masonry shear wall structure with CFMF trusses.
Sklar, PE, MBA
Eight East Broad Street
Hatfield, PA 19440-2401
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