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The Science and Technology
of Traditional and Modern
Roofing Systems

by: Dr. H. Laaly

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Chapter NamePgs
4Roofing Structure, Design and Detailsp. 71
Introductionp. 2
The Ultimate Rule in Roof Designp. 2
Informative Designingp. 1
Life-Cycle Costingp. 1
Structural Load Designp. 1
Elastic Deformationp. 2
Wooden Roof Structurep. 1
Structural Steel Designp. 2
Roof Drainage Design Calculationsp. 3
Roof Drainage Designsp. 3
An Alternative School Of Thoughtp. 2
Parapet Wall Structural Design Using Portland Cement Plasterp. 2
Causes Of Roofing Failuresp. 1
Communicating Roofing Designp. 1
Structural Considerations And Roof Decksp. 1
Insulationp. 1
Vapor Retardersp. 1
Fire And Wind Considerationsp. 1
Earthquake-Resistant Roof Designp. 1
Pest Infestation And Roof Designp. 1
Residential Ceiling And Roof Framingp. 1
Flat Roofsp. 1
Pitched Roofsp. 1
Framing the Roofp. 6
Residential Flat Roof To Steep Roof Conversionp. 3
Roof Construction Detailsp. 4
Generic Details For Modified Bitumenp. 1
Basic Flashing History and Guidelinesp. 1
Penetration Flashingsp. 1
Little Holesp. 2
Collar Penetration Flashingp. 3
Smaller Holes, Tougher Holesp. 3
Where Penetration is Avoidedp. 1
Overflow Scupper Penetrationsp. 1
The Unflashable Penetrationp. 2
Late Damagep. 1
Expansion Joint Guidelinesp. 1
The Overriding Flashing Considerationsp. 4
References And Further Readingp. 15
 


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