# ALE Day 2 Design Uts Project

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• 1.

### Terminals are classified under what Zoning Classification

• A.

UTS

• B.

Commercial C3

• C.

PUD

• D.

Industrial

A. UTS
Explanation
Terminals are classified under the zoning classification of UTS.

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• 2.

### What is the BHL of UTS

• A.

15m

• B.

20m

• C.

45m

• D.

4m

A. 15m
Explanation
The BHL (Bottom Hole Location) of UTS is 15m. This means that the bottom hole of the UTS (presumably a well or borehole) is located at a depth of 15 meters.

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• 3.

### What is the size of the parking slot for buses

• A.

3.6mx18m

• B.

2.5mx12m

• C.

3mx9m

• D.

3.6mx12m

A. 3.6mx18m
Explanation
The size of the parking slot for buses is 3.6m by 18m. This means that the parking slot is 3.6 meters wide and 18 meters long, providing enough space for a bus to park comfortably.

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• 4.

### What is the wheel load of land planes, data necessary for preliminary structural analysis of apron floor construction

• A.

750ksm

• B.

150psf

• C.

500ksm

• D.

200psf

A. 750ksm
Explanation
The wheel load of land planes is necessary for the preliminary structural analysis of apron floor construction. The given answer of 750ksm indicates that the wheel load is 750 kilonewtons per square meter. This measurement is important for determining the load-bearing capacity and design of the apron floor to ensure it can withstand the weight and pressure exerted by land planes.

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• 5.

### What is the standard size of the accessible parking slot

• A.

3.7x5

• B.

3.75x5

• C.

3.5x5

• D.

2.5x5

A. 3.7x5
Explanation
The standard size of an accessible parking slot is 3.7x5. This means that the width of the slot is 3.7 meters and the length is 5 meters. These dimensions are necessary to accommodate vehicles with mobility aids, such as wheelchairs or walkers, and provide enough space for individuals to safely enter and exit their vehicles.

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• 6.

### What is the maximum distance of the accessible slot from the entrance of the building

• A.

60m

• B.

50m

• C.

70m

• D.

10m

A. 60m
Explanation
The maximum distance of the accessible slot from the entrance of the building is 60m.

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• 7.

### What is the most important treatment for the foreground of the terminal

• A.

Parking space

• B.

Driveway and curb design

• C.

Signage and flagpole

• D.

Landscaping to buff the noise

A. Parking space
Explanation
The most important treatment for the foreground of the terminal is the parking space. This is because the parking space is the primary area where vehicles are parked, and it is essential to have a well-designed and organized parking area for the convenience and safety of the terminal users. A properly designed parking space can help maximize the number of vehicles that can be accommodated, ensure smooth traffic flow, and provide clear markings and signage for easy navigation.

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• 8.

### What is the ratio of the Rentable to Non-Rentable space for airports

• A.

50:45

• B.

70:30

• C.

50:50

• D.

45:50

A. 50:45
Explanation
The ratio of Rentable to Non-Rentable space for airports is 50:45. This means that for every 50 units of rentable space, there are 45 units of non-rentable space in airports.

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• 9.

### How many lanes are ideal in the deplaning curb of the terminal

• A.

4 lanes

• B.

3 lanes

• C.

2 lanes

• D.

1 lane

A. 4 lanes
Explanation
An ideal deplaning curb at a terminal should have 4 lanes. This is because having 4 lanes allows for efficient traffic flow and minimizes congestion during the deplaning process. With 4 lanes, multiple aircraft can be accommodated simultaneously, allowing for a smoother and faster deplaning experience for passengers. Additionally, having 4 lanes provides ample space for ground staff and vehicles to maneuver, ensuring a seamless operation.

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• 10.

### What is the buildable ratio of slope at the cross section of approach and departure zone

• A.

1:7

• B.

1:8

• C.

1:9

• D.

!:10

A. 1:7
Explanation
The buildable ratio of slope at the cross section of approach and departure zone is 1:7. This means that for every 1 unit of vertical rise, there should be 7 units of horizontal run. This ratio is commonly used in construction and engineering to ensure proper stability and safety of the slope.

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• 11.

### What is the ideal lane with of roads for land transport

• A.

3.5m

• B.

3.0m

• C.

2.5m

• D.

4.0m

A. 3.5m
Explanation
The ideal lane width for roads in land transport is 3.5m. This width allows for safe and efficient movement of vehicles, providing enough space for cars to pass each other comfortably while also accommodating larger vehicles such as buses and trucks. A wider lane width can also help reduce the risk of accidents and provide better visibility for drivers.

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• 12.

### In terms of material production, which of the following flooring materials is considered to have the lowest carbon footprint for this project

• A.

China Granite

• B.

Ceramic Tiles

• C.

Terrazzo Flooring

• D.

Epoxy Painted Concrete Floor

A. China Granite
Explanation
China Granite is considered to have the lowest carbon footprint for this project in terms of material production. This is because China Granite is a natural stone that requires minimal processing and energy-intensive manufacturing compared to other flooring materials like Ceramic Tiles, Terrazzo Flooring, and Epoxy Painted Concrete Floor. The extraction and transportation processes of China Granite also tend to have lower carbon emissions compared to other materials, making it a more environmentally friendly option.

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• 13.

### How wide is the standard painted line used to mark the edges of the hard surfaced helipad

• A.

45cm

• B.

100cm

• C.

50cm

• D.

10cm

A. 45cm
Explanation
The correct answer is 45cm because it is the width of the standard painted line used to mark the edges of the hard surfaced helipad.

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• 14.

### Considering green building principles, which of the following will have great immediate impact on the maintenance of the building

• A.

Solar Heating System

• B.

Waterless Urinals System

• C.

Rain water Harvesting

• D.

Double Glazing of Windows

A. Solar Heating System
Explanation
A solar heating system will have a great immediate impact on the maintenance of the building because it utilizes renewable energy from the sun to provide heat, reducing the reliance on traditional heating systems. This not only reduces energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions but also lowers maintenance costs associated with conventional heating systems. Additionally, solar heating systems are generally low maintenance and have a long lifespan, making them a sustainable and cost-effective option for building maintenance.

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• 15.

### Which of the terminal curb entails more through lanes to avoid traffic congestion

• A.

Deplaning

• B.

Enplaning

• C.

Apron

• D.

Doesn't matte

A. Deplaning
Explanation
Deplaning refers to the process of passengers exiting an aircraft, usually through a jet bridge or stairs. This terminal curb activity involves a higher number of through lanes compared to enplaning, which is the process of passengers boarding an aircraft, and apron, which refers to the area where aircraft are parked, loaded, and unloaded. The presence of more through lanes during deplaning helps to facilitate the smooth flow of passenger traffic and reduce congestion at the terminal curb.

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• 16.

### For design standards what is the minimum turning radius for buses (inner-outer)

• A.

9.75-16.46m

• B.

5.4-9m

• C.

3.6-6.7m

• D.

NOTA

A. 9.75-16.46m
Explanation
The correct answer is 9.75-16.46m. This range represents the minimum turning radius for buses, with the inner radius being 9.75m and the outer radius being 16.46m. This means that in order for a bus to make a turn, it needs a minimum space of 9.75m on the inside of the turn and 16.46m on the outside. This information is important for designing roads and intersections to accommodate buses and ensure safe and efficient traffic flow.

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• 17.

### For design standards what is the minimum turning radius for cars (inner-outer)

• A.

9.75-16.46m

• B.

5.4-9m

• C.

3.6-6.7m

• D.

NOTA

C. 3.6-6.7m
Explanation
The correct answer is 3.6-6.7m. This range represents the minimum turning radius for cars, indicating the tightest curve a car can safely navigate. A turning radius of 3.6-6.7m allows for maneuverability in narrow spaces and sharp turns, making it suitable for urban areas and parking lots. This range ensures that cars can make U-turns and navigate through tight corners without difficulty.

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• 18.

### What is the conceptual low of circulation for this building type

• A.

Satellite

• B.

Linear

• C.

• D.

Centralized

B. Linear
Explanation
Linear circulation refers to a design layout where spaces are arranged in a straight line or along a continuous path. This type of circulation is commonly found in buildings such as corridors, hallways, or galleries, where spaces are connected in a linear sequence. In the context of this question, the building type is being referred to, and the correct answer, "linear," suggests that the circulation within this type of building follows a linear pattern.

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• 19.

### Which of the waiting seating configurations are best to use for a Bus Terminal

• A.

Plastic benches parallel with each other

• B.

• C.

Hard plastic benches forming cove seatitng

• D.

Steel Tools arranged in grid pattern

Explanation
The best seating configuration for a Bus Terminal would be hard plastic seats with backrest grouped facing the loading berth. This configuration allows passengers to sit comfortably while waiting for their bus, with the backrest providing support. Grouping the seats facing the loading berth ensures that passengers have a clear view of their bus when it arrives, making it easier for them to board. This configuration also promotes efficient flow of passengers in and out of the terminal.

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• 20.

### Which of the following is a good lighting device for the waiting area of a Bus Terminal if it has an open ceiling

• A.

Pendant incandescent

• B.

Industrial high bays

• C.

Surface mounted troffer lighting

• D.

Suspended CFL with housing