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Use of this document is subject to the terms and conditions of the Steelbiz Licence Agreement Functional Requirements Infill walls at façade Separating walls Partition walls Lateral Loading Resist wind loading, which may be high at the corners of tall buildings Resist nominal internal wind pressure No special requirements resist nominal impact loads Acoustic Insulation Generally, no requirement for external noise reduction, but 40 dB reduction can be achieved by most cladding systems Strict requirement for acoustic insulation to meet Part E Less severe acoustic insulation requirements (typically 35 dB sound reduction) Fire Resistance Must prevent passage of smoke or flame between floors- important if lightweight cladding used Fire resistance requirements depend on building height.
2). 2. Cantilever balconies, achieved by either: • Moment connections to brackets attached to torsionally stiff edge beams. • Moment connections to ‘wind-posts’ connected between adjacent floors. 5. 3. 6). 7). In the first case, no vertical load is transferred to the structure or façade of the building, except for horizontal restraints. In the second case, the size of the balcony is limited in order to reduce the moments that are transferred to the internal structure. Often balconies can be carefully positioned in re-entrant corners of the building to reduce these moments.
Tying reinforcement required in hollow-cores, or in-situ concrete topping preferred. • Soffit can be directly painted but single layer plasterboard is preferred. • Battened floor for acoustic insulation. Further guidance on the design of Slimflor beams is given in SCI publication P110. 8. 32 P332: Steel in Multi-Storey Residential Buildings Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved. Use of this document is subject to the terms and conditions of the Steelbiz Licence Agreement Discuss me ...