I thought the "column, capital, drop, flat slab" need more floor to ceiling height?
Can someone explain this more please?
An architect is designing a multistory warehouse for heavy storage. The warehouse is to be constructed on a site where zoning regulations limit height.
Which one of the following structural systems is most appropriate?
|A.||Cast-in-place, reinforced concrete columns, capital, drop, and flat slab floors.|
|B.||Cast-in-place, reinforced concrete columns, girders, beams, and joist slab floors.|
|C.||Structural steel columns, girders, beams, joists, steel form deck, and reinforced concrete floors.|
Cast-in-place, reinforced concrete columns, capital, drop, and flat slab floors.
Where building height is limited, the flat slab floor has the smallest ceiling-to-floor dimension and will allow for more stories than any of the other systems listed.
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