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Common approaches to wall air barriers are continuous membranes applied to sheathing and sealed to windows, doors, and penetrations. • Below-grade assemblies can utilize either the concrete walls and slabs or applied waterproofing membranes. • Most typical low-slope roof membranes will provide an air barrier, except for mechanically fastened systems that may not be able to resist all of the required loads. • It is possible to design the gypsum board as an air barrier, if all joints and cracks are sealed.
2 ELEMENT B: SHELL HEAT, AIR, AND MOISTURE In addition to the obvious structural loads, the building enclosure must resist the transfer of heat, air, and moisture (HAM). The laws of physics dictate that heat always flows from hot to cold. Air moves through building enclosures by passing through porous materials, or through holes and gaps in nonporous materials, based on differential air pressures. , wind-driven rain). Moisture in the vapor state moves through enclosures from zones of higher to lower vapor pressures, by diffusion through solid materials or by air transport through holes.
Deep foundations come in several types and, depending on the soil conditions, may include driven piles, bored piles (bored, augered or drilled) or caissons. Deep foundations resist imposed loads either by end bearing or side friction or some combination. It is not necessary to drive or drill a deep foundation to rock, only to the depth required to reach a suitable stratum. A spread footing is not always appropriate, such as when the property line limits the extent of the foundation in one direction, or when the soil conditions are very weak and suitable soil strata too deep to reach with a deep foundation.