Audience Systems - Specifying Retractable Seating - Quiz
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Which of the following should NOT be used to move a mobile retractable system from one location to another? (Learning Outcome 1)
You are designing a retractable auditorium with a single stepped aisle in the center. According to the American standard ICC 300, where, relative to the aisle, do you need to place handrails to help patrons guard against trips and slips? (Learning Outcome 1)
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In which of these venues might a removable power truck be a sensible and economical option to help open and close the seating? (Learning Outcome 1)
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Your client wants to be able to use all eight rows of their retractable seating system on some occasions, and just four rows on other occasions. What do you advise? (Learning Outcome 1)
When calculating how many rows of seating you can accommodate in your space, how many inches (minimum) do you need to allow between the top platform and the ceiling? (Learning Outcome 2)
Which of the following would NOT be suggested to help a client optimize sightlines for their patrons? (Learning Outcome 2)
Which solution could be proposed to a customer if they were looking to run out a retractable system over a carpet? (Learning Outcome 2)
Which one of the following can cause retractable structure to sway, if not designed to withstand “dynamic loads”? (Learning Outcome 3)
When might a retractable unit NOT require additional or special bracing? (Learning Outcome 3)
What is the purpose of a parallel alignment system? (Learning Outcome 3)
How should you ensure that the retractable system is suitable to cope with settling of the floor over time? (Learning Outcome 3)
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