Architectural students have for generations learned the essence of building design through the pages of qGraphic Standardsq: the drawings, charts, detailed illustrations, originally developed by architects George Ramsey and Harold Sleeper, that represent building components and systems, including everything from door frames to roof designs, to air ducts to outdoor sports facilities. Beginning ten years ago, Wiley began offering a student edition of the primary book, Architectural Graphic Standards, which was created as an abridgment of the prior edition of that book. This new student edition will be an abridgment of the present 9th edition, offering all the essential features of that very successful edition in an easily accessible and affordable format. Also, new to this student edition will be a greater offering of qDesign guidelines, q giving the student and instructor alike greater opportunity to use this publication as a teaching tool.278 furring for fire protection, 215 steel bar reinforcement. ... 233 risers and treads. ... 524-528 drawing dimensions, 506, 524 plane and solid angles, 525 prefixes, 524 rules for writing symbols and names, 524 sample SI units and relationships, ... 458 National Electric Code (NEC), 383 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) diamond symbols, 65 fire alarm ... 488 drain riser diagrams for, 346 envelope configurations, 487 fast-track projects, 488 interaction net, 485 minimum liveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ramsey/Sleeper architectural graphics standards|
|Author||:||Charles George Ramsey, Harold Reeve Sleeper, John Ray Hoke, American Institute of Architects|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2000-07-17|