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Multi-story building systems and selection criteria

This course outlines the attributes, functions, benefits, limits, and acoustic qualities of composite deck slabs. 


Provided By: New Millennium Building Systems
By New Millennium Building Systems April 19, 2022
Multi-Story Building Systems and Selection Criteria, New Millennium Building Systems, AIA course

This course outlines the attributes, functions, benefits, limits, and acoustic qualities of composite deck slabs. It reviews the three primary types of composite systems that represent the full range of long-span composite floor systems and examines the criteria for their selection, design, and engineering. In addition, it provides a comprehensive range of industry standards and resources that a designer could consult to ensure, at a minimum, compliance with all building regulations and industry standards.

Multi-Story Building Systems and Selection Criteria, New Millennium Building Systems, AIA course

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Learning Objective

After reading this article, you should be able to:

  • Know the 3 long-span composite floor systems and their distinguishing characteristics.
  • Collaborate to specify the best system based on key design criteria.
  • Collaborate to specify the best system based on key design criteria.
  • Have ready the resources guiding efficient system selection for any market and project location

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