Investing in Apartment Buildings

The 10-Minute Offer for Apartment Buildings

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In a study by Whitman et al. (1974), an estimate was made of the costs of providing various levels of earthquake resistance for typical concrete apartment buildings of different heights, as illustrated in Figure 1.4. Until further studies of this type have been done, results such as those shown in the figure should be used qualitatively rather than quantitatively.

Decreased Consumption

Seldom-used items, like certain power tools and party goods, often collect dust and rust, take up valuable storage space, and ultimately end up in the trash. Renting or borrowing these items reduces consumption and waste. Infrequently used items can be shared among neighbors, friends, or family. Borrowing, renting, and sharing items save both money and natural resources. Renting or borrowing tools such as ladders, chain saws, floor buffers, rug cleaners, and garden tillers. In apartment buildings or co-ops, residents can pool resources and form banks to share tools and other equipment used infrequently. In addition, some communities have tool libraries, where residents can borrow equipment as needed.

74 Virtual Generation Plant VGP Control

Figure 7.5 shows an example of applying a single generator to a group of buildings. In Figure 7.5, a single primary school is assumed to have a conjunctive billing agreement with five surrounding apartment buildings. The hourly electric load shapes are shown for the school (solid line) and for the sum of the apartment buildings (dotted line). The corresponding bars show the aggregated load. In this scenario, a single 50 kW generator at the school operates whenever the aggregated load is greater than 200 kW. The contribution of the generator is represented by the top, darker portion of each bar.

104 Masonry Structures 1041 Introduction

By way of contrast, carefully designed apartment buildings of 15 storeys or more have been built in California. No doubt there is considerable inherent strength in the 'egg-crate' form of apartment buildings, but there has been little dynamic testing or seismic field experience of tall masonry structures to date.

Types Of Water Pressure Booster Systems

Although gravity and hydropneumatic tank systems have some distinct advantages, most installations favor constant-speed multiple-pump and variable-speed-drive systems. Because gravity and hydropneumatic tank systems are now seldom specified, they will not be discussed in detail here. Multiple-pump systems are well suited for high-rise buildings, apartment buildings, schools, and commercial installations. Variable-speed-drive systems are particularly suited for industrial applications, where control precision is required and maintenance capability for complex electronic apparatus is present.

182 Damage as a Result of Problem Soils 1821 Liquefaction

One of the most common causes of damage to structures is the result of liquefaction to the surrounding soil. When loose saturated sands, silts, or gravel are shaken, the material consolidates, reducing the porosity and increasing pore water pressure. The ground settles, often unevenly, tilting and toppling structures that were formerly supported by the soil. During the 1955 Niigata, Japan, earthquake, several four-story apartment buildings toppled over due to liquefaction (Figure 18.4).

103 Seismic Performance of Wood Buildings

Damage caused by soft stories was observed in the Marina District. The phenomenon of soft stories, first observed in this earthquake, results from garage door or large openings on the ground floor of apartment buildings and houses that reduce the lateral resistance of that story. The reduced lateral resistance causes severe racking to occur or increases lateral instability. A particularly noteworthy concentration of damage was in the Marina section of San Francisco, where seven 1920s-era three- to five-story apartment buildings collapsed, and many were severely damaged (Figure 10.6). The excessive damage was due in large part to the man-made fill in the Marina, which liquefied and greatly increased ground motion accelerations and displacements during the shaking. However, the primary cause of the collapse was the soft-story nature of the buildings, due to required off-street parking. The buildings lacked adequate lateral-force-resisting systems and literally were a ''house of cards.''...

810 Lightweight Steel Framing

Space in apartment buildings often is so arranged that beams and columns can be confined, hidden from view, within walls and partitions. Since parallel walls or partitions usually are spaced about 12 ft apart, joists that span between beams located in those dividers can be short-span. Because of lighter dead and live loads, columns in apartment buildings are much smaller than columns in office buildings and usually are less visible. Orientation of columns usually is determined by wind criteria and often is oriented as indicated in Fig. 8.20. However, seismic loads (if applicable) and or P-A effects may control in the longitudinal direction, and in that case, additional lateral-load resisting elements such as frame bracing or shear walls can be added.

Totalenergy Systems

Cez Mez Fez

Lehrfeld (1977a) analysed, very comprehensively, the use of Philips Stirling engines in total energy systems in a variety of applications, commercial and hospital buildings, residential apartment buildings, and offices. This study was summarized (Lehrfeld (1977b) and further referred to in a survey of the Stirling engine for co-generation applications. Co-generation is a term used interchangeably with total energy to describe an on-site electric power plant fulfilling electric power demands while utilizing waste heat from the prime mover to supply heating and or cooling requirements. Marciniak ci a (1978) of the Argonne National Laboratory carried out an assessment of potential applications of Stirling engines in total and integrated energy systems as part of the U.S. Department of Energy Total Energy Technology Alternatives Studies (TETAS). Simultaneously workers at NASA Lewis Research Centre were engaged in similar studies for industrial-plant applications of Stirling-engine...

1835 Shear

Kobe Earthquake

FIGURE 18.48 West elevation of the Mt. McKinley Apartment building after the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. (Photograph by Karl Steinbrugge, Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley.) FIGURE 18.48 West elevation of the Mt. McKinley Apartment building after the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. (Photograph by Karl Steinbrugge, Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley.)


The first step in incinerator selection is to record the volume, weight, and classes of waste collected for a period of at least two weeks. The survey should be checked against typical waste-production rates. The maximum daily operation can be estimated as three hours for apartment buildings four hours for schools six hours for commerical buildings, hotels, and other institutions and seven hours per shift for industrial installations.

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