By ACI Committee 543
This document provides options to aid the layout architect/engineer, producer, development engineer, and contractor within the layout, manufacture, and install of so much different types of concrete piles.
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2 Douglas-fir is most prevalent in regions where girder systems are most frequently used. Floors Girder Systems Under lay ment & finish floor see 48 Fr a med wall 4- mil vapor bar r ier see 61 2x dec king spans 4 f t. Under lay ment & finish floor see 48 Fr a med wall 4- mil vapor bar r ier see 61 4x gir der with futur e bat t insulation see 61 2x dec king spans 4 f t. 4x gir der with futur e bat t insulation see 61 R i m joist ½-in. air spac e or 30-lb. T. t. t. mudsill Foundation wall see 7 A Girders on Mudsill Girders Perpendicular to Wall Foundation wall see 7 B Girders Flush with Mudsill Girders Perpendicular to Wall Fr a med Wall Fr a med Wall Under lay ment & finish floor see 48 Under lay ment & finish floor see 48 2x T&G dec king exposed below for c eiling 2x T&G dec king exposed below for c eiling Exposed or wr apped gir der Exposed or wr apped gir der Bloc king applied bet ween and to sides of gir ders supports wall finish.
T. header joist r ipped to bear on foundation wall. T. mudsill Concrete Subfloor at Exterior Full-Depth Joists below Mudsill 2x6 fr a med wall R i m joist Fur r ing sa me thi c kness as wood su bfloor Spac er bloc ks at 16 in. c . T. T. header joist. B T ypic al joists C on c r ete su bfloor on ¾ -in. ply wood base 30-lb. felt or other moistur e bar r ier Note Dec r ease span and/or spac ing of sized-down joists supporting c on c r ete. C Concrete Subfloor at Exterior Cut-Down Joists on Mudsill Note For c ondition at exter ior wall see 50C .
Floor trusses are custom manufactured for each job, and cannot be altered at the site. Bearing walls, floor openings, and other departures from the simple span should always be engineered by the manufacturer. Wood floor Trusses Pin c onnec tion Wood c hor d Steel tu bing web Top Chord Bearing Bottom Chord Bearing Wood c hor d Wood top and bottom chords are linked with steel tubing webs in the composite truss. The tubing is pressed flat at the ends and connected to the wood chords with a metal pin.