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Model JEPUNG-8, Code A-25

 

 Jepung-A-25  Jepung-A-25 floorplan-2  Jepung-A-25 front elevation
 Ground floor plan  2nd floor plan  Front elevation

 Jepung-A-25 right side elevation  Jepung-A-25 left side elevation  Jepung-A-25 rear elevation

 Right side elevation

 Left side elevation  Rear elevation

 

Total net. interior sided area: Ground floor: 27.3 m2 (294 sqft),
2nd floor: 27.2 m2 (293 sqft)
Deck: 16.5 m2 (178 sqft)

Building footprint area: 6.31 x 8.10 meter (20' - 8 1/2" x 26' - 7")
Roof edge footprint area: 7.35 x 8.48 meter (24' - 1 1/4" x 27' - 10")

Building footprint area: 15.67 x 17.36 meter (51' - 4 3/4" x 77' - 8 1/8")
Roof edge footprint area: 18.07 x 26.08 meter (59' - 3 1/4" x 85' - 6 5/8")

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Imporant note: The lumbungs type Jepung-6 and 7 are NOT suitable to be bult in a cyclone area unless special measures will be taken by tying up with ropes to be secured to external anchor points.
 

Reviews from Bali Prefab World

Bali Prefab World is doing an excellent job of modeling the 3-D finite element frame structure in STAAD and now analyzing the individual members to ensure that they are not overstressed. I have just completed a review of the column analysis for the primary columns supporting the roof, and it is well presented and clearly shows the members are of adequate size. I have not seen anything like this the before the way this report was presented and prepared with the vast knowledge behind. It was that excellent. This type of analysis would not have been possible by hand calculation because of the complexity of the structures. Excellent job by Bali Prefab World.
 
Review from: Professor Ian Robertson, University of Hawaii
Project: 400 m2 dwelling for Maui, 50 m2 and 110 m2 dwelling for the big island. 
Date: 2012. 2016, 2020, respectivelyy
Rating: 5 out of 5.
 
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