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United Facilities Criteria CD 2
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Storage Depots - ufc_4_440_01a0001
Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) - ufc_4_440_01a0002
Foreword - ufc_4_440_01a0003
Storage Depots - ufc_4_440_01a0006
Chapter 1 General - ufc_4_440_01a0008
Chapter 2 Warehouses
Table 2-1 Uniform Live Load for Storage Warehouses
Table 2-1 Uniform Live Load for Storage Warehouses - Cont'd
Figure 2-1 Examples of Natural Lighting Designs
Figure 2-2. Example of monitor type warehouse window design.
Figure 2-3. Example of bilateral type warehouse window design.
Chapter 3 Docks
Figure 3-2. Portable dock ramp.
Figure 3-3.. Typical loading dock with height equal to rail car floor height
Figure 3-4. Covered exterior dock space.
Figure 3-5. Loading dock showing wooden protective bumpers.
Figure 3-6. Interior dock space containing the entire trailer.
Chapter 4 Storage Sheds
Figure 4-1. Storage shed with floor at road level.
Figure 4-2. Storage shed with raised floor.
Figure 4-3. Flooring in shed area upgraded by use of steel military landing mats.
Figure 4-4. Palletized drum storage used as shed wall protection.
Figure 4-5. Open-sided storage shed upgraded with metal wall panels.
Figure 4-6. Containers stacked 3 high on concrete pavement.
Chapter 5 Open Storage
Aisle and track layout
Figure 5-1 Example Layout for Open Storage Area
Figure 5-2 Sketch of end-and Side-Loading Platforms
Chapter 6 Special Storage Areas
Figure 6-1 Cross Section of a Flammable Storage Warehouse
Radioactive storage areas
Figure 6-2 Cross Section of Typical Acid Storage Building
Chapter 7 Transportation Facilities
Figure 7-1. Typical Design of uye Trackage
Table 7-1 Minimum Safe Overhead Clearances
Chapter 8 Administrative Facilities
Appendix A References - ufc_4_440_01a0041
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