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Ceilings & Basic Roofing Revision Created by Michael Martin March 2004 / revised April 2007.

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1 Ceilings & Basic Roofing Revision Created by Michael Martin March 2004 / revised April 2007

2 General Revision Textbook questions & answers Review A4 sheets Components sketches All calculation exercises ceilings and roofs

3 Ceiling Frames Basic set-out of ceiling frame Members & their function

4 Ceilings continued What is the function of a hanging beam ? To support the ceiling joists mid-span, must be blocked at ends and a counter beam? What is the function of the ceiling joists themselves ? To support the lining material and also act as a tie between opposing rafters

5 Ceilings continued Also support to members Review your worksheets from this section

6 Flat roofs Generally less than 10º pitch More often ceiling joists and rafters all in one

7 Skillion roofs Walls at either end at different heights Two ceiling types, raked and level

8 Lean to roofs Constructed against an other wall or roof Extensions Carports Verandas awnings

9 Simplest method of marking skillion roofs Scribe the birdsmouth

10 Gable roofs Members and their function Finish’s Calculations Revise your worksheets for this section

11 Quick Questions What is the function of a purlin? To give support to the rafters mid span Where can a strut gain support from? It either has to transfer it’s load to a load bearing wall or a strutting beam What is the function of collar ties? To stop rafters from sagging acting as a tie between opposing rafters above the purlin

12 Set out of common rafters Can be done with steel square or By calculation

13 Plumb & level bevel Remember where they are in relation to the roof P28 of text handout

14 Transfer onto steel square

15 Gable definitions – Review handout Span – horizontal distance overall the wall plates Rise – vertical height from the x-y line to where the upper edge of rafters would intersect ½ span or run – plan length of rafter Centre line length or set out length – the hypotenuse in the triangle, formed by the ½ span and the rise Roof pitch – expressed in different ways, degrees, pitch ratio etc. see P56 of your handout notes

16 Other roof members – left to right purlin strut Wind bracing ridge Collar tie

17 Other struts (this one is a half scissor) Scissor struts

18 Gable end finishes Flush gable Verge overhang ? Boxed gable ?

19 Extra members for boxed gables ? With boxed gable ends you have A bottom chord or tie piece Also gable studs for fixing of linings Or for ties to veneer skin

20 Calculations Review you worksheets Review calculation sheets recently done in class

21 Now you can build this Test next week 5:30 to 7:00 Then class continues after dinner break.


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