structure height

structure height

1. The vertical distance from grade to the highest point of a structure; the overall height.
2. For a roof structure, the mean level of the roof to the highest point of such a structure.
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to act on all applications for building and structure height limits above the regular height set by the city for approval or disapproval; To determine the total floor area generated above the regular height limit that can be assessed for premium regulatory fees;
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There are many factors that impact the seismic response of structure, like velocity of shear wave, type and amplitude of seismic wave, structure stiffness, the ratio of structure height to width, and so on.
ROR Zoning Allows for a Maximum Structure Height of 30 feet.
A most common strategy to decrease structure average weight was decrease in cross section as the structure height increases (Figure 1).
It will be the workhorse in assembling the turbines that measure 262 feet at the hub with a total structure height of 410 feet when incorporating the blade length of 148 feet.
And, along with the rack structure height, depth of the frame, load weight, application, and type of rack, these values play a vital roll in seismic consideration.
What about percent of width of road corridors, residential density, nonresidential intensity of development, structure height, preservation of trees, and other significant vegetation and geotechnical analysis and landslide hazard areas?
This result was acceptable since reducing the structure height by one floor brought the entire structure within reach of the hydraulic excavators for mechanical demolition.
* Lot line setbacks, structure height restrictions and other zoning laws
The five variables found to be most useful in the characterization of housing styles on the MRPI cards include: house axis in relation to main service road, general footprint, year of construction, structure height, and roof characteristics.
Description The primary purpose of a Military Influence Overlay District (MIOD) is to minimize communities interferences and potential for undesirable encroachment with nearby military training and operations through the limitation of structure height, light and glare and electronic interference.
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