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Superstructure systems refer to the elements of floor construction, roof construction, and stair construction.

Title Datesort ascending Author
New Site Coefficients, Fa, Fv, and Fpga, in ASCE 7-16 Mar 22, 2016 CB Crouse, PhD, PE, AECOM
Floors above Crawl Spaces: Reducing the Risk of Moisture Accumulation within Wood Floor Assemblies for Residential Buildings in Hot-Humid Climates (TechNote) Jun 30, 2014 Home Innovation Research Labs
Microbially Indurated Rammed Earth: A Long Awaited Next Phase of Earthen Architecture Mar 27, 2013 Chad Kraus (University of Kansas), Daniel Hirmas (University of Kansas), Jennifer Roberts (University of Kansas)
Effect of Built-Form Configuration on Energy and Structural Performance of Skyscraper Buildings Apr 02, 2012 Mohamed Krem (University of Massachusetts), Simi T. Hoque (University of Massachusetts), Sanjay R. Arwade (University of Massachusetts)
Developments in Scientific Application of Photogrammetry to Study of Architecture and Building Science Jan 01, 1972 Perry E. Borchers (Ohio State University)
A Normalization Procedure in Building Methodology Jan 01, 1972 Nestor Distefano (Uinversity of California at Berkeley), Dennis Nagy (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
An Information System for Component Building Jan 01, 1970 Theodore H. Myer (Bolt, Beranek & Newman Inc.)