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1 Timber Wall Framing Class Exercise 2

2 Reference Material A.S (2006) Non Cyclonic

3 Details: Floor Plan – Same as Roofing Class Exercise 2 Brick Veneer Construction Roof Pitch 18 0 Cement Tile Roofing 60Kg/m 2 Eaves Width 600mm Floor to Ceiling Height 2.700m Wall Framing – Seasoned Softwood MGP 15 Concrete Raft Floor Slab Wind Classification – N3

4 Wall Frame. (Supporting Conventional Roof Framing) Determine the most economical size, span & spacing of the following members 1.Bottom Wall plate – not trenched. 2.Top Wall plate – not trenched (to support 600mm c/c) 3.Common Studs at 600mm c/c (not notched for erection bracing) 4.Noggings 5.Jamb Studs (studs at sides of openings) 6.Lintels 7.Eaves Beams (Verandah Beams) 8.Tie down spacing 1.800

5 Use Preliminary Calculations from Roofing exercise 2. Summary RLW Rafter = say RLW Eaves = Purlin Set out = Half spread fan strut = Fan Strut Length = 0.931

6 Floor Plan Same as Roofing Class Exercise 2

7 MemberRule / Table SizeComments Timber Species Timber Grade Supplement Number Roof Mass Table Type of Const. Floor / Ceiling Height Eaves Overhang RLW 1. Fill in General Information from Prelim. Calcs & Specification S/softwood MGP N3 60Kg/m For roof mass use Table B1.1 p.219 B1.1 Brick veneer 2.700m Check Preliminary Calcs for rafter RLW & Eaves RLW

8 Calculate Eaves Overhang – Eaves RLW TL O/Hang = COS 18 = 0.693m 0.788m RLW Eaves = 0.788m

9 MemberRule / Table SizeComments Timber Species Timber Grade Supplement Number Roof Mass Table Type of Const. Floor / Ceiling Height Eaves overhang RLW S/softwood MGP N3 60Kg/m B1.1 Brick veneer 2.700m Eaves RLW from preliminary calcs. = 0.788m 0.788m

10 Calculate Common Rafter Span - RLW Span = = 2.064m RLW = Span + Overhang 2.064m = S ay 3.000

11 MemberRule / Table SizeComments Timber Species Timber Grade Supplement Number Roof Mass Table Type of Const. Floor / Ceiling Height Eaves RLW RLW S/softwood MGP N3 10Kg/m B1.1 Brick veneer 2.700m 3.000m 0.788m

12 2. Find information for Common Studs (rules & supp. Table) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Common Studs RRTRRT Stud Height Stud Centers Studs Notched Rafter Spacing Fill in Comments Column Not notched 0.600m Refer page 59, rule (Building Practice) Common Studs Refer page 66, rule (Member Sizes) Common Studs Refer Supp. 6, Table 7 Common Studs – Single Storey not notched, 600mm c/c, Tile roof, 2.700m Height, 0.600m Rafter spacing, RLW of Select stud size - 90 x 35 ( from table 7 ) Plan shows 100mm wide walls – will use 90 x 35 as per A.S Table 7 90 x 35

13 3. Find information for Noggings (rules & supp. Table) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Noggings R Spacing Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Noggings Check spacing requirements

14 Wall studs shall have continuous rows of noggings at 1350 mm maximum centres (see Figure 6.6). Noggings are not required to be stress graded. Nogging thickness shall be a minimum of 25 mm and shall be suitable for the proper fixing of cladding and linings. Noggings shall be installed either centrally in the depth of the studs or flush with one face of the stud in order to provide fixing or support to cladding or linings. Stagger in the row of noggings shall not be greater than twice the nogging breadth.

15 MemberRule / Table SizeComments Noggings R Spacing Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Noggings Check spacing requirements 3. Find information for Noggings (rules & supp. Table) Spacing of noggings = 1.350m max m Size for Noggings = same as for common studs, 90 x x 35

16 4. information for Studs at sides of Openings (Rules & Supp. Table No.) Member Rule / Table SizeComments Studs at sides of openings RRTRRT Window/Door Opening Width W7 Bedroom 1 W8 Bedroom 1 W12 Bedroom 2 W13 Bedroom 3 W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry Refer page 59, rule (Building Practice) Common Studs Refer page 68, rule (Member sizes) Jamb Studs Refer Supp. 6, Table 11 Jamb Studs – Tile Roof 11 Refer to window schedule for Opening Widths

17 Window Schedule: Window W W7 Bedroom W8 Bedroom W12 Bedroom W13 Bedroom W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry 0.900

18 Member Rule / Table SizeComments Studs at sides of openings RRTRRT Window/Door Opening Width W7 Bedroom 1 W8 Bedroom 1 W12 Bedroom 2 W13 Bedroom 3 W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry Fill in Opening Width information Go to Table 11 of supplements to size studs to suit opening widths

19 Table 11, supp.6 MGP 15 Tile Roof RLW (3.000) Use Column 2006

20 W7 Bedroom 1 Width = Height = Jamb Studs for W7 Will be 90 x 35 Each side of opening Go back & fill in Stud sizes for other openings 2006

21 Member Rule / Table SizeComments Studs at sides of openings RRTRRT Window/Door Opening Width W7 Bedroom 1 W8 Bedroom 1 W12 Bedroom 2 W13 Bedroom 3 W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry Window 7 – studs at sides of openings = 2/90 x 35 2/90 x35 Fill in remaining stud information using Table x 35 2/90 x x 35 2/90 x 35 2/90 x 45 Next – Size Top & Bottom Plates /90 x x 35

22 5.Find information for Top Plates (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Top Plates RRTRRT Top Plate RLW Tie Down Spacing Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Plates General. Fill in Comments Column Single storey Tie Roof 3.000m 1.800m Refer page 73, rule (Member Sizes) Top Plates Refer Supp. 6, Table 16 Top Plates (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). 16 Check Table 16 for size of Top Plates

23 Rafter Spacing = 0.600m Tie Down Spacing = RLW = 3.000m Stud spacing = Top Plate Size = 35 x x

24 5.Find information for Top Plates (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Top Plates RRTRRT Top Plate RLW Tie Down Spacing Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Plates General. Fill in Comments Column Single storey Tile Roof 3.000m 1.800m Refer page 73, rule (Member Sizes) Top Plates Refer Supp. 6, Table 16 Top Plates (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). 16 Check Table 16 for size of Top Plates Enter Size for Top Plates 35 x 90

25 6.Find information for Bottom Plates (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Bottom Plates RRTRRT Bottom Plate RLW Rafter Spacing Fill in Comments Column Single storey Tile Roof 3.000m 0.600m Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Bottom Plates Refer page 72, rule (Member Sizes) Bottom Plates Refer Supp. 6, Table 14 Bottom Plates (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). 14 Check Table 14 for size of Bottom Plates.

26 Check Note 2 – Table 14 For plate thickness if Walls are on Concrete Slabs. Use 35 x 90 Bottom Plates 2006

27 6.Find information for Bottom Plates (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Bottom Plates RRTRRT Bottom Plate RLW Rafter Spacing Fill in Comments Column Single storey Tile Roof 3.000m 0.600m Refer page 62, rule (Building Practice) Bottom Plates Refer page 72, rule (Member Sizes) Bottom Plates Check Table 14 for size of Bottom Plates. Enter Size for Bottom Plates 35 x 90

28 7.Find information for Lintels (Rules & Supp. Table No.) Member Rule / Table SizeComments Lintels RRTRRT Window/Door Opening Width W7 Bedroom 1 W8 Bedroom 1 W12 Bedroom 2 W13 Bedroom 3 W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry Fill in Opening Width information Refer page 63, rule (Building Practice) Openings Refer page 75, rule (Member Sizes) Lintels Refer Supp. 6, Table 18 Lintels (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). 18 Go to Table 18 to Size Lintels to suit opening widths

29 RLW = 3.000m Rafter spacing = 0.600m Use column for Max. Lintel Span 2006

30 W7 Bedroom 1 Lintel span = Lintel Size for W9 = 90 x 35 Size remaining Lintels 2006

31 Member Rule / Table SizeComments Lintels RRTRRT Window/Door Opening Width W7 Bedroom 1 W8 Bedroom1 W12 Bedroom 2 W13 Bedroom 3 W3 Bath W2 WC W1 Laundry W4 Kitchen W10 Dining W9 Lounge W11-D6 Family W6 Ensuite W14-D15 W/shop D1 Entry Enter Lintel size for W7 Bedroom 1 (90 x 35). 90 x 35 Complete entering remaining Lintel sizes using Table x x x x x x x x x x x x 90

32 8.Find information for Eaves Beams (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Eaves BeamsRRTRRT Location Span RLW Porch (Front entry) Garage (At Roller Door) Fill in Comments Column – (refer to plan for porch & garage opening spans)

33 Porch Span = 2.110Garage opening span = 2.770

34 8.Find information for Eaves Beams (Rules & Supp. Table No.) Verandah beams (plates) The size of verandah beams shall be determined from Span Tables 51A of the Supplements for single span and continuous spans respectively. The ends of beams, which are supported on stud walls, shall be carried by jamb studs (with beams considered as lintels) or posts. Refer page 75, rule (Member Sizes) Lintels. Refer Supp. 6, Table 18 Lintels (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). Go to Table 18 to Size Lintel to suit opening width for Porch Beam. MemberRule / Table SizeComments Eaves BeamsRRTRRT Location Span RLW Porch (Front entry) Garage (At Roller Door)

35 RLW = Rafter Spacing = Beam Span = Beam Size = 170 x

36 8.Find information for Eaves Beams (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Eaves BeamsRRTRRT Location Span RLW Porch (Front entry) Garage (At Roller Door) Find: Rule 6.3.7, page 78, Verandah Beams (Plates) Verandah beams (plates) The size of verandah beams shall be determined from Span Tables 51A of the Supplements for single span and continuous spans respectively. The ends of beams, which are supported on stud walls, shall be carried by jamb studs (with beams considered as lintels) or posts Refer page 75, rule (Member Sizes) Lintels Refer Supp. 6, Table 18 Lintels (Tile Roof – Single or Upper Storey). 18 Go to Table 18 to Size Lintel to suit opening width for Porch Beam. Enter Size for Porch Beam from table 18 = 170 x x

37 8.Find information for Eaves Beams (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Eaves BeamsRRTRRT Location Span RLW Porch (Front entry) Garage (At Roller Door) x Now use Rule 6.3.7, page 77, Verandah Beams (Plates) to size Beam to Garage Verandah beams (plates) The size of verandah beams shall be determined from Span Tables 51A of the Supplements for single span and continuous spans respectively. The ends of beams, which are supported on stud walls, shall be carried by jamb studs (with beams considered as lintels) or posts. Table 51A needs to be used to size Garage Beam as this Beam is supported on Brick work at each end and is sized as for a Verandah Beam – Single Span. T 51A

38 Table 51A – Single Span RLW = 3.000m Rafter spacing = Beam Span = Tile Roof Load = 60kg/m 2 Possible Beam Size to Garage with 70mm tolerance Opening = 190 x

39 Table 51A – Single Span RLW = 3.000m Rafter spacing = Beam Span = Tile Roof Load = 60kg/m 2 Beam Size to Garage Opening = 240 x 45

40 8.Find information for Eaves Beams (Rules & Supp. Table No.) MemberRule / Table SizeComments Eaves BeamsRRTRRT Location Span RLW Porch (Front entry) Garage (At Roller Door) x Now use Rule 6.3.7, page 78, Verandah Beams (Plates) to size Beam to Garage Verandah beams (plates) The size of verandah beams shall be determined from Span Tables 51A of the Supplements for single span and continuous spans respectively. The ends of beams, which are supported on stud walls, shall be carried by jamb studs (with beams considered as lintels) or posts. Table 51A needs to be used to size Garage Beam as this Beam is supported on Brick work at each end and is sized as for a Verandah Beam – Single Span. T 51A Enter Garage Beam size of 240 x x 45

41 Exercise 2 – Wall Framing Complete


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