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longitudinal section - _____ is a section showing a transverse or

lengthwise cut through the building

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Rod Velasquez

dimensions

- should be read from the right or from the


bottom of the drawing

vertical

- sectional dimensions shows only _____


distances

1.2 to 1.5

- the open space between the sides of a


Pullman type kitchen should never be more
than _____ meters

0.90

- range/ oven combinations are often 36 or


_____ meter high

0.41

- beds are usually _____ meter high

floor plan

- is a drawing of the outline and partitions of


a building

L-shaped

- the _____ kitchen has continuous


counters, appliances and equipment on two
adjoining walls

service area
dining area

- the kitchen should be located near the


_____ and the _____

cutting plane

- the position of the plane is shown by the


_____ line

work triangle

- as much as possible the traffic lane in the


kitchen should be clear of the _____

shang

- this period in ancient china is characterized


by rectangular houses with pitched or gable
roof supported by stout timber posts

forbidden city

- the complex of imperial palaces in Beijing


where Chinese emperors lived from 1421 to
1911

architectural
dimensions

- are unbroken lines with dimensions placed


above the lines

floor

- room heights are shown by dimensioning


from the _____ line to the ceiling line

0.15 x 0.30

- converted to metric, a 6 x 12 tile is


equivalent to _____ meter

cooking center

- the _____ center is built around the range/


stove

6.70

- the kitchen work triangle should never be


more than _____ meters

full section

- _____ is a section cut through the entire


building or component

outside

- overall dimensions should be placed _____


all other dimensions

tomb of huang di

- _____ at the ends of the cutting plane line


indicate the direction from which the section
is to be viewed

- this qin tomb had vaults containing lifesized figures of warriors and horses in terra
cotta

pagoda

- the most familiar Chinese building. It has


an elaborately ornamented series of roofs

arrowheads

great wall of china

- this structure was built to keep Mongol


nomads out of china

kaku

- an intricate and elaborately decorated


garden pavilion in japan

cha-sitsu

- a structure used for tes ceremonies in


aristocratic residence in japan

- the first sign of the curving roof and


uplifted eaves were seen during chinese
dynasty

shoji screen

- these wood framed walls are considered


safer than brick or stone walls during
earthquakes

- access to these zhou tombs are through


ramps and a ceremonial entrance at the
south

frank llyod wright

- designer of the imperial hotel in Tokyo

han

- there were evidence of contact between


the Roman Empire and this Chinese dynasty
which lasted from 206 BC to 221 AD

vase-shaped
pagoda

- the white pagoda in the temple of


miaoying in Beijing belongs to this type of
pagoda

sui

tomb at guweicun

good anti-seimic
function

calligraphy

tiantan shrine

roof
- this characteristic of Chinese buildings
enable them to move under earthquake
condition

- these elements of Japanese structures


greatly resemble their Chinese counterparts

geomantic laws

- Chinese laws which governed the


orientation of Japanese structures

- the art of fine handwriting introduced by


the Taoists

naka-no-shima

- the pond with an island which can be


found at the southern side of mansions
done in the Shinden-zuri style

tenjikuyo

- the sung Chinese-inspired style used in the


restoration of Toda-ijis great Buddha hall

- this shrine in Beijing had buildings which


were divided into two groups, one for the
worship of heaven and the other for good
harvest

lous

- native storied towers from which the


timber pagodas were adopted

momoyama period

- this period was named after the grandiose


castle of the ruler Hideyoshi

summer palace

- this palace near Beijing had two main


areas. The paiyundian and the foxiannge

7-storeys

- in Japanese architecture, the number of


storeys a pagoda must have for it to be
considered holy

pai-lous

- this is formed by two posts supporting a


horizontal rails bearing an inscription and
crowned with a colorful roof

rimpa

- a school of decorative art and painting


aimed at the renaissance of Heian traditions

torii

- a gateway which Shinto worshippers must


pass through for prayers to be effectual

architect

- approval of samples of finishing materials


is the sole function of the

tosho-gu
mausoleum

- this tomb was designed with the express


purpose of deifying Tokugawa leyasu

50%

akasaka palace

- Tokuma Katayamas design for this castle


was based on the Versailles

- for alterations and additions to of existing


structures belonging to group 1 & 5,
compensation fro services should be
increased by what percent of the basic fee?

owner
ken

- a unit of measurement, approximately 6


feet, used for tatami mats

- payment for structural, acoustical,


chemical, mechanical, soil mechanics, or
other tests and reports as maybe required
for the project is the responsibility of the

2% to 5%

- the architect as a project manager is


compensated what percentage of the
project cost?

quotation

- a price given by a contractor, subcontractor, material supplier or vendor to


furnish materials, labor or both is known
as

specification

- written or printed description of works to


be done describing quantities of materials
and mode of construction is known as

arbitration

- the binding resolution of disputes by one


or more neutral persons as a substitute for
judicial proceeding is known as

time limit

- a specific period of time within which legal


action must be brought for alleged damaged
nor injury is

general conditions

- printed documents stipulating the


procedural and administrative aspect of the
contract is the

85%

- a percentage of his fee as an architect is


entitled to receive when the owner fails to
implement the plans and documents for
construction as prepared by the architect

environmental
planner

- the person with the management and use


of land as well as the conservation and
upgrading of the human environment is
the

10%

- aside from his fee for regular design


services, the fee of the architect for the
design-build services on a guaranteed
maximum cost is

7%

- in addition to the architects fee for the


regular design services, the fee of the
architect for the design-build services by
administration is

contractor

- preparation of shop drawings is the sole


function of the

liquidated damages - the amount paid by the contractor to the


owner for every day of delay in construction
time is known as

proposal

- an offer to perform the work prescribed in


a contract at a specified cost is known as
a

schedule of
materials
and finishes

- an outline specification enumerating the


type or trade names of materials to be used
is known as

penalty clause

- a contract provision setting forth the


damages a party must pay in the event of
his breach is a

agora

- the focus of greek political, social, business


and economic life was the

timber trusses
performance bond

- a bond furnished by the contractor and his


surety as a guarantee to execute the work
in accordance with the terms of the contract
is a

- the character of early Christian


architecture is determined by the novel
development of

sober and dignified

- the architectural character of the


Romanesque style is

christian church

- the greatest patron of Romanesque


architecture is the
- the Durham cathedral, the first building in
Europe to have ribbed vaults, is one of the
worlds supreme masterpiece of

closed specification - a stipulation of the use of specific products


or processes without provision for
substitution is a
certificate of
payment

- a statement from the architect confirming


the amount of money due the contractor for
work accomplished is a

romanesque
architecture

supplementary
specifications

- additional information which may be


issued as an addition or amendment to the
provisions of the standard specifications is
known as

sir christopher wren - during the late british renaissance, the


supreme figure of the second phase of the
Stuart period who came under French
influence was

15 days

- any claim for adjustment involving


questions of facts must be asserted within
how many days from the date the change is
ordered?

walter gropius

- the founder of the Bauhaus was

Le corbusier

- a house is a machine to live in is the


philosophical dictum of

- a notice published by the owner to


prospective bidders giving information as to
the nature of a proposed project is known
as

one year

- under the national building code, a


building permit shall expire if work
authorized is not commenced within a
period of how long from the date of such
permit?

invitation to bid

2 spaces

- under the NBC, buildings / structures


intended for the use or occupancy of the
handicapped shall have a wheel chair
transfer area of one between every

20%

- under the national building code,


mezzanine floors used other than for
storage purposes shall have at least 2
stairways to an adjacent floor if the area is
greater than

- under the NBC, in areas where adequate


public parking lots/ multi-floor parking
garages are available within 200 meters of
the proposed buildings. What percent of
parking requirements may be provided
within the premises?

60 m

- under the national building code, if only 2


exits are required, they shall be placed apart
of not less than what fraction of the
perimeter of the area served?

- under the NBC, parking areas for the


physically handicapped shall be within how
many meters from the facility served?

residential, hotel
and apartments

- under the NBC, convents shall be classified


under what occupancy classification?

- under the NBC, group A dwellings, stairs


shall have clear width of at least

flash point

- under the Fire Code of the Philippines, the


minimum temperature at which any material
gives off vapor in sufficient concentration to
form an ignitable mixture with air is known
as

fire resistance
rating

- under the FCP, the time duration that a


material or construction can withstand the
effect of standard fire test is known as

occupant load

- under the FCP, the maximum number of


persons that may be allowed to occupy a
particular building, structure or facility or
portions thereof is known as

educational

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


academies shall be classified as

750 mm

- under the national building code, eaves


over required windows from side and rear
property lines shall not be less than

14 cu.m

- under the national building code, habitable


rooms with natural ventilation shall have a
minimum air space per person of

185 sq.m

1/5

750 mm

3.00 m

6.00 m

- under the NBC, the clearance between the


established grade of the street and/or
sidewalk and the lowest under surface of
any part of the balcony shall not be less
than
- under the NBC, corridors and exterior exit
balconies with dead ends shall not exceed
how many meters in length?

9.3 sq.m

- under the NBC, the unit area per occupant


of offices is

2.40 x 5.00 m

- under the NBC, the size of an average


automobile parking slot for perpendicular or
diagonal parking shall be computed at.

business

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


town halls shall be classified as

storage

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


parking garages shall be classified as

extrusion

- a process where a piece of metal is heated


prior to changing its shape or dimension is
known as

wrought iron

- a commercially pure iron of fibrous nature,


valued for its corrosion resistance and
ductility is

flemish bond

- a form of brick work in which each course


consists of headers and stretchers laid
alternately is known as

business

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


libraries shall be classified as

industrial

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


laboratories shall be classified as

mercantile

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


department stores shall be classified as

bridging

- the method of stiffening floor construction


by fitting solid blocks between joists is

industrial

- under the FCP, classification of occupancy,


pumping stations shall be classified as

checking

- shallow cracks at closely spaced out


irregular intervals on the surface of mortar
or concrete is called

balloon framing

- a system of framing a building in which the


studs are continuous to proof supporting
second floor joists is known as

post tensioning

- the stressing of unbonded tensions after


concrete has cured is

slump test

- a ready means of determining the


consistency of fleshly mixed concrete is

hopper window

- a window sash which opens inward and is


hinged at the bottom is a

creep

- the permanent deformation of a material


under a sustained load is a

tyrolean finish

- rough plaster finish obtained by flinging


plaster on a wall with a hand operated
machine is a

reostra

- the pilipino term for purlin is

ladrilyo

- the pilipino term for cement brick is

beam blocking

- the boxing in or covering a joist, beam or


girder to give the appearance of a larger
beam is known as

foundation wall

- that part of the building foundation which


forms the permanent retaining wall of the
structure below grade is a

grade beam

control joints

- the part of a foundation system which


supports the exterior wall of the
superstructure and bears directly on the
column footing is a
- joints employed to reduce restraints by
accommodating movement of masonry walls
are known as

barakilan

- the pilipino term for bottom chord is

sibe

- the pilipino term for eave is

double hub

- pipes or fittings that are principally used to


reverse the position of the hub of a soil
pipe

vent

- provides the air circulation necessary to


the efficient functioning of a plumbing
system

tee fittings

- fitting should never be used with pipes


carrying sewage but may be used with vent
pipes

reducer

- are fittings used to connect pipes of


different sizes in the same line

angle valves

- are used to control water supply to water


closet and lavatory fixtures

master plumber

- should sign and seal plans for plumbing


installation for issuance of permit

teflon tape

- a new product used to ensure water


tightness in joints of GI pipes

tap

- a connection to a water supply main

ball cock

- a float valve with a spherical float

coupling

- a short internally threaded section of pipe


used to joint two pipes

ultimate strength

- the maximum value of tension,


compression or shear respectively that the
material can sustain without failure

camber

- a slight convex curvature built into a truss


or beam to compensate for any anticipated
deflection so that it will have no sag when
underload

stirrups

- a vent rod to resist shear and diagonal


stresses in a concrete beam

stress

- the internal force set up at a point in an


elastic material by the action of external
forces expressed in kilograms per square
millimeters

modulus of elasticity - in an elastic material which has been


subjected to strain below its elastic limit, the
ratio of the unit stress to the corresponding
unit strain
moment

- equal in magnitude to the product of the


force and the perpendicular distance of the
point from the line of action of the force

bond stress

- the force of adhesion per unit area of


contact between two bonded surfaces such
as between concrete and a steel bar

axial stress

- the longitudinal compressive or tensile


stress in a beam

flexural stress

- a measure of the flexural strength of the


beam

deformation

- a change in the form or shape of a body or


material which is subjected to an external
force

apse

- the semi-polygonal space, usually at the


end of a church, terminating an axis and
intended to house an altar

amphi-prostyle

- from the greek forms of temple, it is the


temple that have porticoes of columns at
the front and rear of the temple

fortification

- the great wall of china is actually a

helm roof

- a roof in which 4 faces diagonally between


the gables and converge at the roof

baroque

- the very ornate architectural style


developed in the later renaissance period

guttae

- a droplike truncated cone from pendant


from mutules and regulae of the Doric
order

masagumi

- a compound bracket or capital in japan

basilica

- a hall built in roman empire for


administration of justice

palace of persepolis - the hall of hundred columns was


introduced during the Mesopotamian
architecture, which palace was it used?
pagoda

- a multi-storey shrine like towers, originally


a Buddhist monument of diminishing size
with corbelled cornice and mouldings

neo-classicism

- the last phase of European classicism, in


the late 18th and 19th century characterized
by monumentality, strict orders, and sparing
application of ornament

michael angelo
buonarrotti

- the sculptor-painter who sculptured the


`pieta and painted the ceiling of the
Sistine chapel

chefren

- the second highest slope pyramid in


gizeh

entasis

- the very slight vertical curvature in a shaft


of a column

greek

- erechtheion by mnesicles is from what


architecture?

balteus

- the Corinthian capital center part without


flower