Properties common to the definition of all instances of IfcBuildingStorey. Please note that several building attributes are handled directly at the IfcBuildingStorey instance, the building storey number (or short name) by IfcBuildingStorey.Name, the building storey name (or long name) by IfcBuildingStorey.LongName, and the description (or comments) by IfcBuildingStorey.Description. Actual building storey quantities, like building storey perimeter, building storey area and building storey volume are provided by IfcElementQuantity, and the building storey classification according to national building code by IfcClassificationReference.
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Reference ID for this specified type in this project (e.g. type 'A-1'), Also referred to as "construction type". It should be provided as an alternative to the name of the "object type", if the software does not support object types and no classification reference to a recognized classification system used.
Indication whether this building storey is an entrance level to the building (TRUE), or (FALSE) if otherwise.
Indication whether this building storey is fully above ground (TRUE), or below ground (FALSE), or partially above and below ground (UNKNOWN) - as in sloped terrain.
Indication whether this object is sprinkler protected (TRUE) or not (FALSE).
Indication whether this object has an automatic sprinkler protection (TRUE) or not (FALSE). It should only be given, if the property "SprinklerProtection" is set to TRUE.
Maximum load bearing capacity of the floor structure throughtout the storey as designed.
Total planned gross area of the spatial structure element. Used for programming the spatial structure element.
Total planned net area of the object. Used for programming the object.
Elevation of the top surface of the structural slab level given in elevation above the local zero height. If the level varies and there is no significantly more prominent elevation, then this property may be omitted. In case of any inconsistency with the geometric positioning of the top surface, the geometric representation takes precedence.
Elevation of the top surface of the finished floor level given in elevation above the local zero height. If the level varies and there is no significantly more prominent elevation, then this property may be omitted. In case of any inconsistency with the geometric positioning of the top surface, the geometric representation takes precedence.