Flashcards in Carpentry & Building Construction Deck (126)
Using a 1/4" scale, what does 3 1/2" represent?
On a blueprint, lines that terminate with arrows are:
Which blueprint page shows the building with boundaries?
Plot or site plan
Which blueprint page shows window and door placement?
Which page of the blueprint shows the external views of the structure?
What part of the blueprint designates the brand and model number of a window?
The difference in elevation between the basement and the first floor is 9'4". The top tread is a full tread, how many treads will the stairs have?
If the sheet of plywood has a 32/16 panel identification index, it may be used as a floor decking with a maximum span of?
Concrete is made of what four parts?
Cement, sand, gravel, and water
What material impacts the strength of concrete the most?
In order to slow set up, what would be added to the concrete?
What is added to concrete to control strength, durability and watertightness?
The wetter the concrete, the:
Greater the slump
The best way to remove air from concrete:
How thick is a #5 rebar?
Which tool measures horizontal angles only?
Builders or dumpy level
When laying out a building, what do you use as a starting point?
If the layout for a rectangular building is square, then which is true?
The diagonals are equal
You do not install batter boards until:
The grading corners have been stablished
If the run of the standard rafter is 12', what is the run of the king hip?
The first board of tongue and groove flooring should be installed how many inches from the frame wall and which side of the board should face the wall?
1/2" inch, groove
What is the minimum distance batter boards can be placed from the point of excavation?
What does the top of the batter board represent?
The height of the foundation wall
In surveying, if rod "A" reads 5' and rod "B" reads 5' 6", then:
groundbpoint "A" is 6" higher than groundpoint "B"
What is the formula for estimating the excavation material volume in cubic yards?
L x W x D / 27
Footings do not directly support:
The sides of footings are molded by boards referred to as:
What is used to hold foundation wall forms together?
What is used over window and door openings in a concrete block wall?