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The impact of this updated UFC 4-023-03 will vary depending upon the particular structure, structure type, location, and function. The degree of protection against progressive collapse is more consistently applied due to the use of Risk categories to define the consequences of an event. Considering the building inventory as a whole, resistance to progressive collapse will be the same or greater as for the 25 January 2005 version. Due to the implementation of new knowledge relative to Tie Forces, steel connections, and wood structures, and due to the adoption of the ASCE 41 modeling parameters and acceptance criteria, the criteria has a more widely accepted engineering basis and more consistent design results.
For all buildings, but in particular existing buildings, the removal of the floor upward load and doubled column height requirements will result in significant savings, without compromising the progressive collapse resistance of the building. For steel buildings designed to meet the Tie Force requirements, the material costs for the Tie Force elements will be slightly to moderately greater due to the increased force requirements; however, labor cost increase will be marginal. For structures meeting the Alternate Path requirements, the costs should not be significantly different than from the 25 January 2005 version, but this will depend upon the particular structure.
Includes a list of applicable NIST cybersecurity publications for consideration.
Why buy a book you can download for free?
First you gotta find it and make sure it’s the latest version (not always easy). Then you gotta print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people – and its outta paper – and the toner is low (take out the toner cartridge, shake it, then put it back). If it’s just 10 pages, no problem, but if it’s a 250-page book, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. An engineer that’s paid $75 an hour has to do this himself (who has assistant’s anymore?).
If you are paid more than $10 an hour and use an ink jet printer, buying this book will save you money.
It’s much more cost-effective to just order the latest version from Amazon.com
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