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Last edited 07 Mar 2023
Concentrated loads (or point loads) are single loads that act over a relatively small area, they can be dead loads such as columns, or live loads, such as people whose full weight applies a force over the area of their feet when standing up, or a table which applies forces from the weight of a table through the small area at the bottom of the table legs.
- Bearing capacity.
- Beam and block.
- Biaxial bending.
- Braced frame.
- Concept structural design of buildings.
- Dead loads.
- Finished floor level.
- Gross floor area GFA.
- Lateral loads.
- Limit state design.
- Live loads.
- Load-bearing wall.
- Point load.
- Resilient flooring.
- Structural engineer.
- Types of floor.
- Types of structural load.
- Uniformly Distributed Load.
- Wind load.
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