Architectural Graphic Standards (11th Edition / Student by Charles George Ramsey, Harold Reeve Sleeper

By Charles George Ramsey, Harold Reeve Sleeper

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Consult with local code officials or geotechnical engineers. 63 a. , nonreinforced concrete masonry wall. b. 7 joint reinforcement placed in joints numbers 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 11 may be used. c. Use of vapor retarders should be verified by proper analysis. d. Backfill pressure on wall is assumed to be 30 psf/ft of depth of wall. Soil pressures may be higher, and greater thicknesses required at a given location. Consult with local code officials or geotechnical engineers. 7 2 — — — — — 1 — — — — — 21 22 ELEMENT A: SUBSTRUCTURE BASEMENT CONSTRUCTION Benefits of a treated wood foundation include system: TREATED WOOD BASEMENT WALLS The construction of treated wood foundations and basements is similar to the construction of standard wood light-frame walls except for two factors: • All framing is standard 2 by construction.

Some plate compactors also use vibratory energy to compact the soils, while other plate compactors, called tampers, move up and down, imparting a vertical dynamic load to the soil. In general, coarse-grained granular soils such as sands and gravels are more easily compacted than fine-grained soils such as clays and clayey silts. Vibratory energy is very effective in densifying sands and gravels, since the interparticle bonds are relatively weak. When the granular soils are vibrated at the correct frequency, the soil particles rearrange themselves into a denser state under their own weight and the weight of the compactor.

EFFECTS OF SOIL TYPES When load is applied to granular soils, the grains of soil are able to respond almost immediately, and they will densify as the packing of the grains becomes tighter. Clay soils exhibit a time-dependent relationship associated with the consolidation of the clay soil. In order for the clay to consolidate, and the overlying soil or structure to settle, the excess pressures that are induced in the water in the clay must dissipate, and this takes time because of the low permeability of the clay.

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