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Effect of Earthquakes on Manufactured Home Installations

Michael A. Stegman

Effect of Earthquakes on Manufactured Home Installations

by Michael A. Stegman

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11102369M
    ISBN 100788188429
    ISBN 109780788188428

    Just as the computer program [email protected] lets the average person help in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, now the public can help rapidly analyze earthquakes at . A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

    The forces induced in buildings by earthquakes are here investigated. The effects of some of the physical properties of structures are determined and from an analysis of earthquake records the general character of earthquakes is deduced. An investigation is also made of the dissipation of energy of vibration to the propagation of elastic waves in the ground.   Manufactured Home Foundation & Earthquake Bracing Installation PART 1 For many years there has often been a lot of confusion about Foundation Requirements from many if not most lenders that finance HUD Manufactured Homes on Resident Owned Real Estate be it a Condo Conversion, Sub Division, Planned Unit Develpment (PUD) or a private lot or parcel.

    This guide replaces the Home Builder's Guide to Seismic Resistant Construction and all earlier versions of FEMA It presents seismic design and construction guidance for one- and two-family light frame residential structures that can be utilized by homebuilders, homeowners, and other non-engineers, and provides supplemental information to the edition of the . Environment & Science Earthquake: How CA's seismic building codes compare to Taiwan's A general view shows excavator vehicles and rescue workers in front of a building (background) which collapsed.


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Effect of Earthquakes on Manufactured Home Installations by Michael A. Stegman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Effect of Earthquakes on Manufactured Home Installation. Release Date: existing manufactured home installations can be retrofitted, and how damage to manufactured home accessories and equipment can be mitigated.

Most Recent Publications. Characteristics of HUD-Assisted Renters and Their Units in Get this from a library. The effect of earthquakes on manufactured home installations. [National Conference of States on Building Codes and Standards. Housing and Building Technology Division.; United States.

Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research.; Steven Winter Associates.].

These recent earthquakes have led many potential buyers to ponder how well a manufactured home will fair during one. In an interview with Ara Sarkisian, a partner in Alliance Manufactured Homes, with an extensive background in engineering, architecture, and construction, addresses the safety features of manufactured homes.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in Colorado estimates that there are aboutdetectable earthquakes in the world each year, of whichcan be felt, and of which cause damage. Let’s just be thankful that most earthquakes are minor in : Bob Formisano. Modular homes can be found in earthquake and seismic house design is individually engineered to meet local seismic code requirements and to adapt to the natural terrain, utilizing one among the many foundation options available.

The biggest misconception is that modular homes are flimsy and fall apart easy. The fact of the matter is that the new modular homes are. What they didn't tell you about the surviving earthquakes and manufactured homes. Foundation repairs along the San Andreas fault. The purpose of the investigation was to (1) assess the performance of manufactured home construction, foundations, anchoring systems, and utility and gasline connections; (2) assess the nature and amount of damage done to manufactured homes and compare this to the damage occurring to site-built, single-family homes in the same area; and (3.

Modular home designs can be customized for local zoning codes. For example, homes built for final assembly in a Effect of Earthquakes on Manufactured Home Installations book prone area can have additional bracing built-in to meet local building codes.

Many home buyers are having their modular homes built with earthquake bracing in consideration of earthquake protection. A-2 PROTECTING MaNufaCTuREd HOMEs fROM flOOds aNd HazaRds A Multi-Hazard Foundation and Installation Guide A REFERENCES FEMA, Installing Seismic Restraints for Mechanical Equipment (FEMA 4 2), December FEMA, Managing Floodplain Development in Approximate A Zone Areas, A Guide for Obtaining and De- veloping Base (year) Flood.

Of particular concern is the extent to which seismic activity can affect the installation. A manufactured home park will be very familiar with the proper installation of a home. Purchasers who intend to install a home on private property should hire an experienced contractor who will work with the local building code authorities to install the.

Manufactured home installations shall: (a) Have the lowest floor elevated to or above the design installation; (b) elevate the home using support and anchorage systems designed and constructed to resist design flood loads in combination with other storage loads; (c) construct the support and anchorage system with flood damage resistant.

In 3 mobile home parks in the Northridge earthquake, mobile homes burned. Several ignitions were because of mobile home collapse. Earthquakes much larger than and are inevitable and could happen any Size: 1MB.

The information in the Home Earthquake Retrofit Information Series is based on current home earthquake retrofit practice and standards for the retrofit of existing buildings. Practice and standards may change as new information is learned.

No guarantee is made that the use of the information in the series will prevent all losses in all Size: 1MB.

Mobile Homes and Manufactured Houses. Because these houses must be transported to their destination, they are more likely than an ordinary house to behave as a coherent structural unit during an earthquake.

Manufactured houses are built on one or more steel I-beams that provide structural support in the direction of the I-beam. earthquakes, such waves have stranded fishing boats in the middle of towns a few blocks from the harbor. The animation sequences in the diskette version of this report illustrate each of the above-mentioned effects of earthquakes.

People can do many things to protect themselves and their homes from : Tau Rho Alpha, Robert A. Page, Leslie C. Gordon. Mobile Homes in Earthquakes How to protect your home and family Earthquakes threaten older mobile homes through collapse and fire Many older mobile homes rest on slender supports that overturn in earthquakes Collapse injures occupants & damages homes, contents, water heater, & utilities Collapse can render exits unsafe.

You can get the full story on earthquakes in How Earthquakes Work, but a review of the basics will help uakes occur when masses of rock in Earth's crust slip and slide against one another. This kind of movement is most common along a fault, a break in a body of rock that can extend for miles or even hundreds of pieces of crustal rock suddenly slip and.

Mobile home stabilizing systems & anchors or tie down requirements for doublewides, mobile homes, multiwides, & trailer.

Here we describe Defects commonly found in the stabilizing systems, cables, & mobile home anchors or tie downs for wind & storm damage reisistance of mobile homes, doublewides, mutiwides, trailers, risking lack of resistance to wind or storm.

Systematic study of earthquakes has also one very practical aspect. Strong earthquakes often cause great damage to houses and other buildings, and occasionally they level to the ground large and rich cit-ies, and bury thousands of people under the ruins.

Therefore, one of the most important goals of seismology is to theoretically study how theFile Size: KB. That’s not to say the home won’t still suffer damage beyond repair. But a Fraemohs Solid Timber home typically survives earthquakes undamaged, which is great for the people living in them.

One home owner said: ‘I was in Hanmer in a wooden Fraemohs chalet when the first big hit the chalet was great – strong as a boat in a storm as. Throughout the 20 th century, the intent of seismic design in building codes was to avoid earthquake-induced damage that would pose a significant risk to safety while still permitting economical designs.

Thus, building code provisions were developed that would permit some damage to occur, but protect against damage likely to lead to either local or partial collapse, or .home frame.

Movement of the home during an earthquake can cause the pier to topple over or push through the fl oor. Steel Piers are not allowed for new installations in Arkansas and several other central states 3) The Concrete Pier System, which has similar design as the steel pier, but is much heavier and slightly Size: 85KB.An earthquake can devastate your life and your home.

If you live in an area that is prone to tremors, it may be worthwhile to utilize some earthquake-resistant building materials to minimize damage. If you are relocating to a house in a quake-prone area, research when the last occurrence was and how frequent they have been in that area over the past decade or so.