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Offline oca1101uk

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    « Reply #16 on: Mar 11, 2010, 08:40 PM »
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  • ^ Thank u sir! U know this is the only thing that i value here in PMT..finding friends. By the way thanks for endorsing me sir.

    A true Architect never compromise the quality of his works..we can always find ways to make your dream possible.

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  • No worries Sir arki!

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    Offline pipit

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    « Reply #18 on: Mar 25, 2010, 08:54 PM »
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  • Tanung ko lang ho mga sirs, anu ho yung silbi ng butas ng hallow block kung ito ay pupunuin ng semento? Bakit hindi nalang gaying solid yung block. Kasi ho ang pag kaalam ko sa butas ng hallow block ay air insulation di po ba? Sa Saudi ho dahil mainit doon hindi ho nilalagyan ng laman yung hallow blocks i think only in the philippines lang . Construction worker ho ako sa Saudi for 7 yrs. pag nilalagyan namin ng laman sa loob yung asintada nagagalit po yung engineer .

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    « Reply #21 on: Mar 27, 2010, 03:18 PM »
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  • Salamat ho sa inyong lahat , hindi lang pala about money ang matutuhan mo dito sa PMT. mabuhay PMT.

    Tanung ko ulit mga sirs, under our building code , kailangan ba talagang lagyan ng laman at bakal ang bawat asintada? Nakakatulong ba talaga ang nga bakal sa hallow blocks kung may lindol, kasi napansing ko pag may malakas na lindol buong wall o bahay bumabaksak kasama yung bakal.

    May nga manufacturers tayo ng hallow blocks sa pilipinas puro sub standard yung mga quality , marupok may roon ding mga ok gaya ng jack built. bakit ganito wala ba tayong standard sa pilipinas na sinusunod? bakit po pumapasa ang nga ito sa mercado? Ano ho ba purpose nung nga city engineer na nag aaprobe ng plano sa menicipyo? bakit nakakalusot ang nga ganitong practice ?

    salamat po ulit

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    « Reply #23 on: Mar 27, 2010, 06:31 PM »
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  • There are two types of CHB (concrete hollow block) i.e. load bearing and non-load bearing CHB. Load bearing CHB usually has load strength of 750 up to 1500 psi or even more, depending on the design requirements. While non-loading CHB's are those ordinary CHB's that are broken easily and readily available everywhere. Correct me if I am wrong but I think, there are minimum requirements mentioned under the National Building Code as to CHB reinforcement. A good architectural or structural designer must know those requirements.

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    « Reply #24 on: Mar 28, 2010, 01:00 PM »
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  • Use the National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP) as a basis when designing vertical and horizontal structures (for structural design). This is almost the same with US' ACI (for concrete) and AISC (for steel).
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 11:55 AM
    Speaking of masonry construction, the most common mistake of designers is that during the process of designing they are not considering masonry walls as structural elements. They only incorporate walls and partitions as an additional load for their structure, but during the actual construction it is very evident that these walls will be affecting the structural stability of a structure. It can add strength but it can also create an ill-designed structure. If we are not going to consider masonry walls as structural elements we should isolate the walls so it wont affect the movement of the structure.
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 11:56 AM
    In the middle east they are only using the blocks as infill walls which is almost the same as architectural block construction. Although they are using stronger masonry blocks they are not really considered to give additional strength to their buildings. Another thing is, they are not really considering earthquake loads specially in GCC hence, assumptions of lateral movements are not that big (they only consider wind loads for small to medium-rise buildings). By the way GCC structural codes are almost based on British Standards.
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 11:59 AM
    In my own honest opinion masonry infill walls with or without mortar is not really good for places with high seismic activities because the bonding of the walls and the reinforced concrete frame is not that sufficient. Due to insufficient bonding the walls and frame of the building  may not move together and will not provide enough resitance for lateral loads thereby causing the infill masonry walls to collapse or sustain damages first because it is weaker than the reinforced concrete frame.  By the way infill masonry walls are CHB walls installed after the frame of the buildings are constructed. In the middle east the are not provided with mortar.
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 12:18 PM
    In the Philippines where strong earthquakes are very common, the best practice in constructing walls is the confined masonry system where masonry blocks are constructed first before the columns and beams (frame) of the structure. The bonding of the the frame and walls using  this method is more sufficient specially if the masonry walls are reinforced, which means, horizontal and vertical reinforcing bars are provided to compensate the walls lack of flexural (bending) and shear strength. Of course there should be mortar fillers if you're going to provide reinforcements to ensure that the walls and reinforcements will act integrally.
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 12:43 PM
    In our country the reinforcements and their spacing usually used are the following:
    Vertical Bars (Usually 12mm diameter) - 40cm, 60cm and 80cm (maximum)
    Horizontal Bars (Usually 10mm diameter) - @every 2 layers, @every 3 layers and @ every 4 layers (maximum)
    Posted on: Mar 28, 2010, 12:43 PM
    One thing that keeps me thinking is that in some countries where seismic activities are also high, confined masonry without reinforcements is sufficient and is accepted by the respective authorities. I'm not saying that we should follow this. Follow our codes, those are our guidelines. As the adage goes, "SO IT IS WRITTEN, SO IT SHALL BE DONE".

    One more thing, do you know that with good engineering judgement you can produce on the back of an envelope that which otherwise cannot be produced with a ton of computer output?

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    « Reply #25 on: Mar 28, 2010, 02:51 PM »
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  • Alrighty! :D

    What to use for double walling? Parang sa mga places with extreme cold, pero sa atin, the purpose would be to keep out the radiant heat.

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    « Reply #26 on: Mar 31, 2010, 03:09 PM »
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  • pwede magtanong saan po pweding bumili ng jackbilt products paki share po info ano po location & contact #.Thank you

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    « Reply #27 on: Apr 01, 2010, 12:39 PM »
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  • mga sirs musta po sa inyo. post ko rin dito tanong ko sa kabila baka di nyo makita...

     sana po matulungan nyo ako.  Yung lumang bahay namin na sira na ang wood and galvanized iron roof plano ko sementuhin.  Sa Tingin nyo po mga magkano magasto ko kung ako lang ang mag papagawa kukuha lang ako nang tao.  Gusto ko malaman para mapag ipunan ko na kasi sira na talaga.  Ayaw kong gumamit nang kahoy kasi ang daming termites sa bahay na kaya kako kung semento na lahat siguro wala nang termites o di kaya konti na lang.  Mga Sirs tulong naman sa kung mga magkano kelangan ko para dito.  Thank you in advance.  Yung isang reason po pala na gusto ko i cement yung roof kasi nag pa plano ako na mag extend nang 2nd floor pag maka ipon na in teh future  at yung roof nang 2nd floor ay cement rin para magamit pa yung rooftop.   Pero as of now siguro ang priority ko lang ay maayos yung roof muna ksi sira na talaga at ang pera ko siguro baka kasya lang don or kulang pa nga.  Kaya mga sirs/maam tulong naman.  Maraming Salamat po.

    PS:  yung size pala approximately 8x6m

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  • Sir we should be able to know first if the existing structure is capable of carrying heavier loads. This is the first thing that you should consider.

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  • ^ that's what i told him on the other forum 'cause based from his story sira na daw ung bahy and me mga anay pa. i always have a doubt every time na me nagpapa extend without consulting the apprpriate technical person. Minsan kasi extension tas slab pa ung roof top. Medyo delikado in that sense.

    Anyway at least me idea na si sir pacit ngaun.

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