NCC Vol 1 – Section A QUIZ #3: FRLs

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Test on FRLs, outlined in Section A of Volume 1 of the National Construction Code (Australia). [Taken from 2012 edition of the NCC]

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Question 1

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How are FRLs determined?
Answer
  • It is identical with a prototype that has been submitted to the Standard Fire Test and has become certified.
  • It differs in only a minor degree from a prototype tested by the Standard Fire Test and has become certified.
  • It is designed to achieve the FRL according to the appropriate AS (depending on the material).
  • Any of the above.

Question 2

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If the fire-resisting covering of a steel column is lightweight construction, the construction must do what?
Answer
  • Comply with requirements from Section C.
  • Have materials of a high FRL covering it.
  • Be surrounded by masonry.
  • Comply with requirements from Section F

Question 3

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If a non-loadbearing element is able to be used for a purpose where the Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions prescribe an FRL, what does this mean for the non-loadbearing element?
Answer
  • It doesn't need to comply with the structural adequacy criterion.
  • It doesn't need to comply with the integrity criterion.
  • It doesn't need to comply with the insulation criterion.
  • It doesn't need to comply with any of these criteria.

Question 4

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Which of the following criteria do fire-resisting levels (FRLs) grade?
Answer
  • Structural adequacy
  • Integrity
  • Insulation
  • Cladding

Question 5

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What does FRL stand for?
Answer
  • Fire-rating level
  • Fire-resistance level
  • Fire-response level
  • Fire-requirement level

Question 6

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Given the following FRL, 90/90/90; what does each 90 mean?
Answer
  • 90 minutes
  • 90 joules
  • 90 newtons
  • 90%

Question 7

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Given the following FRL, 240/240/240; what criteria does the first '240' stand for?
Answer
  • Structural adequacy
  • Integrity
  • Insulation
  • Cladding

Question 8

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Given the following FRL, 180/180/180; what is the correct order for the criteria?
Answer
  • Integrity/Structural Adequacy/Insulation
  • Structural Adequacy/Insulation/Integrity
  • Structural Adequacy/Integrity/Insulation
  • Insulation/Integrity/Structural Adequacy

Question 9

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Given the following FRL, 120/–/–; what do the dashes stand mean?
Answer
  • There is no requirement for this criterion.
  • The requirement has not been set for this criterion.
  • Dashed criterions are the same as the number before it.
  • It requires the highest possible level for that criterion.

Question 10

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Given the following FRL, 120/120/120; what criteria does the third '120' stand for?
Answer
  • Structural adequacy
  • Integrity
  • Insulation
  • Cladding