Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by reckedracing, Nov 5, 2012.
Roof Party - "Gangnam Style" - YouTube
Jay and Silent Bob - YouTube
To be clear, that was not the concrete and steel reinforced roof that was meant to be parked on. That's just a roof above the highest level of parking...right?
probably a parking roof. alot of parking garages have the rooftop level accessible to park.
if you go back a couple pages of comments you'll see the engineer post lol
A typical garage deck is designed for a live load of 30 to 50 psf depending on which code it was designed to. A dance hall has a design loading of 100 psf. Although the precast concrete double tee beams (what the garage deck is made of) are designed for a slow yielding failure (not sudden like a column buckling), the students in this video were fortunate.
and this one was the one i was referring to
And as you can see, the midspan deflection for serviceability considering load patterning is satisfied
i dont know about you, but if im at a roof party with the floor bouncing....im bouncing...or at least spectating from a safe location.
i had to watch it again on my big screen and wowza. thats crazy!!!
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