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Building Designs in PDF Format?

11/19/2009 11:58 AM

Are there any pdf formats for structural design of simple building i.e, 2/3 storyed residential buildings.

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Re: Building Designs in PDF Format?

11/20/2009 6:06 AM

I am not quite sure what you are looking for.

The term "pdf" means: "

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created by Adobe Systems in 1993 for document exchange. PDF is used for representing two-dimensional documents in a manner independent of the application software, hardware, and operating system.[1] Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout 2D document (and, with Acrobat 3D, embedded 3D documents using U3D) that includes the text, fonts, images, and 2D vector graphics which compose the documents." (source: wikipedia)

Might it be that you are looking for picutres / illustrations / clip art / sample files from a construction programme?

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11/20/2009 9:49 AM

sudheer, how about this one - http://www.pathnet.org/si.asp?id=676 ? is this what you might be lookin for?

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11/20/2009 11:09 AM

Hi drift,

You get a GA for that excellent find.

Oh, Welcome to CR4, too!

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11/20/2009 11:33 AM

"...structural design of simple building i.e, 2/3 storyed..." Isn't a building with only 2/3rds of a story going to lack headroom? Assume this should have been "2 or 3 stories"?

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Re: Building Designs in PDF Format?

11/20/2009 9:02 PM

Hi sudheer,

Perhaps some of these may help? They are for the most part downloadable and in .pdf

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08/04/2015 9:02 PM

Thank you a lot for sharing these PDFs.

I'm sure these notes must be good resources for anyone need to design buildings.

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