AIR-INFLATED STRUCTURE. A structure whose structural elements are inflated and maintained by elevated air pressure and are not occupiable spaces.
AIR-SUPPORTED STRUCTURE. A structure, the shape of which is attained and maintained by elevated air pressure, and the occupancy of which is within the area of elevated pressure.
MEMBRANE STRUCTURE. An air-inflated, air-supported, cable or frame-covered structure or tent, as defined in Chapter 31 of the Building Code.
TENT. A nonpressurized membrane structure of a fabric weather barrier supported by poles and guys in which the fabric weather barrier does not impart stability to the structure. Tents need not be fully enclosed on the sides.
This section has been clarified by a buildings bulletin issued by the Department of Buildings.
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1. Curtains shall be free sliding on a metal support. The support shall be a minimum of 80 inches (2032 mm) above the floor level at the exit. The curtains shall be so arranged that, when open, no part of the curtain obstructs the exit.
2 Curtains shall be of a color, or colors, that contrasts with the color of the tent.
3. Curtains shall be flame resistant in accordance with FC Chapter 8.
1. The quarter-turn shutoff valve or other shutoff valve on the outlet of the CNG or LPG container shall be closed and the engine shall be operated until it stops. Valves shall remain closed while the vehicle is indoors.
2. The hot lead of the battery shall be disconnected.
3. Dual-fuel vehicles equipped to operate on gasoline and CNG or LPG shall comply with the requirements of this section and FC 2404.18 through 2404.18.3 for gasoline-powered vehicles.