Lightweight Steel Framing
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Lightweight Steel Framing

Size: 2 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: CSSBI | Year: 2002 | pages: 69 | ISBN: 1895535336

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This publication was written to assist practicing Architects with the selection, design and detailing of wall and floor systems incorporating lightweight steel framing (LSF) members for low rise commercial and medium and high rise residential applications. It is the logical complement to the "Lightweight Steel Framing Design Manual" published in 1991 by the CSSBI as a design guide for Structural Engineers.
A general description of lightweight steel framing products is presented along with a review of the advantages of this type of construction. Building science issues are discussed and the application of these principles is illustrated in a specific way for masonry veneer steel stud systems in low-rise commercial construction. A proposal for the allocation of design and construction responsibilities on a typical LSF project is also included. Lastly, a compendium of architecturally relevant technical information is provided:
• Available structural standards, guides and research
• Air leakage data for typical air barrier materials
• Fire ratings for floor and wall assemblies
• Sound transmission class ratings for floor and wall assemblies
• Heat loss data for wall assemblies
• Durability data
• Air leakage data for various air barrier
The Guide does not provide specific information on structural design issues for masonry veneer steel stud wall systems with the exception of the overview on design deflection limits and brick tie selection in Appendix E. Designers are referred to the references in Appendix G and in particular the CSA structural design standards for more information on this topic.

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