1602 Wall System - Architectural Detail Manual

1602 Wall System
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FEATURES
Features
• Slim 2" (50.8) sight lines
• Tubular construction with shear block connections
• Split mullion unitized system for horizontal strip window
• Thermally improved framing
• Range of mullion sizes to suit design parameters
• Standard infill options 1/4" (6.4) and 1" (25.4), other infills available
• Integrated entrance framing
• Two color option
• PermanodicTM anodized finishes in seven choices
• Painted finishes in standard and custom choices
Optional Features
• Deep covers available
• Deep and heavy-weight mullions
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INDEX
PICTORIAL VIEW................................................................................ 4
ELEVATION DETAILS WITHOUT BACKPAN...................................... 5
ELEVATION DETAILS WITH BACKPAN............................................. 6
ENTRANCE DETAILS......................................................................... 7
CORNER DETAILS.............................................................................. 8
1602 WALL ELEVATION AND DETAILS............................................. 9
COMPONENTS ................................................................................. 10
WIND LOAD/DEADLOAD CHARTS............................................. 11-17
THERMAL CHARTS..................................................................... 18-21
LAWS AND BUILDING AND SAFETY CODES GOVERNING THE DESIGN AND USE OF GLAZED ENTRANCE,
WINDOW, AND CURTAIN WALL PRODUCTS VARY WIDELY. KAWNEER DOES NOT CONTROL THE
SELECTION OF PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS, OPERATING HARDWARE, OR GLAZING MATERIALS,
AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY THEREFOR.
Metric (SI) conversion figures are included throughout these details for reference. Numbers in parentheses
(
) are millimeters unless otherwise noted.
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and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Architects - Most extrusion and window types illustrated in this catalog are standard products for Kawneer. These concepts have been expanded
and modified to afford you design freedom. Some miscellaneous details are non-standard and are intended to demonstrate how the system can be
modified to expand design flexibility. Please contact your Kawneer representative for further assistance.
The following metric (SI ) units are found in these details:
m –meter
cm – centimeter
mm –millimeter
s –second
Pa –pascal
MPa –megapascal
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Tubular mullions are horizontals with
shear block construction.
Rain screen pressure equalized system.
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PICTORIAL VIEW
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5
9
10
3
10
8
ELEVATION IS NUMBER KEYED TO DETAILS
12
2"
(50.8)
Door
opening
width
11
12A
HEAVY WALL
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12A
7
Door opening height
14
7-5/16" (185.7)
9
6-1/16" (154)
Overall frame height
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ELEVATION AND DETAILS (WITHOUT BACK PAN)
SCALE 3" = 1'-0"
2
11
13
6
1
4
13
2
3
6-1/16" (154)
7-5/16" (185.7)
4
5
6
14
7
8
5
4
6
1
3
5
ELEVATION IS NUMBER KEYED TO DETAILS
7
8
8A
2"
(50.8)
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6-1/16" (154)
7-5/16" (185.7)
3
5
HEAVY WALL
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ELEVATION AND DETAILS (WITH BACK PAN)
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2
2"
(50.8)
7
7-5/16" (185.7)
6
6-1/16" (154)
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1
8
8A
4
1-15/16"
(88.9)
TYP
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ENTRANCE DETAILS
SCALE 3" = 1'-0"
1
3
2
4
B/H OR O/P
2
C/H
ELEVATION IS NUMBER KEYED TO DETAILS
BUTT HUNG OR
OFFSET PIVOT
DOOR JAMB
1
TRANSOM BAR
BUTT HUNG OR
OFFSET PIVOT WITH
SURFACE CLOSER
OR FLOOR CLOSER
DOOR JAMB
CENTER HUNG
4
3
TRANSOM BAR
CENTER HUNG
CONCEALED OVERHEAD
OR FLOOR CLOSER
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VISION
2"
(50.8)
90° OUTSIDE CORNER
90° INSIDE CORNER
AN
SP
R
D
SPANDREL
N
O
SI
VI
EL
VISION
135° OUTSIDE CORNER
135° INSIDE CORNER
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CORNER DETAILS
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SPANDREL
SPANDREL
6-1/8" (155.6)
VISION
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2"
(50.8)
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4
2
5
1
2
Overall frame height
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TYPE B
HORIZONTAL STRIP WINDOW
PUNCHED OPENING WINDOW
Overall frame width
ELEVATION IS NUMBER KEYED TO DETAILS
3
5
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1
2
2"
(50.8)
2"
(50.8)
3
4
4-15/16" (125.4)
4
NOTE: 1602 WINDOW CAN ALSO BE FABRICATED AS A STICK SYSTEM.
4-15/16" (125.4)
1
4-15/16" (125.4)
Overall frame height
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SCALE 3" = 1'-0"
Overall frame width
3
2
4
ELEVATION IS NUMBER KEYED TO DETAILS
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5-1/4" (133.4)
2"
(50.8)
2"
(50.8)
OPTIONAL COVERS
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5-5/16" (134.9)
4" (101.6)
7-5/16" (185.7)
3/4" (19.1)
1" (25.4)
1-1/4" (31.8)
COMPONENTS
WITHOUT BACKPAN ADAPTORS
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2"
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4-15/16" (125.4)
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WALL MULLIONS
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WIND LOAD/DEADLOAD CHARTS
Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4"
above 13'-6". These curves are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress
and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM 15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted
curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. Wind load charts contained herein are based upon nominal wind load
utilized in allowable stress design. To convert ultimate wind loads to nominal loads, multiply ultimate wind loads by a
factor of 0.6 per ASCE/SEI 7. A 4/3 increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special
situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer representative for additional information.
DEADLOAD CHARTS
Horizontal or deadload limitations are based upon 1/8" (3.2), maximum allowable deflection at the center of an
intermediate horizontal member. The accompanying charts are calculated for 1" (25.4) thick insulating glass or 1/4" (6.4)
thick glass supported on two setting blocks placed at the loading points shown.
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WIND LOAD CHARTS
SINGLE SPAN
TWIN SPAN
METERS
METERS
1.0
2.0
17
29
4.0
12
11
10
3.0
9
A
8
B
C
2.0
D
E
7
6
5
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
13
28
27
25
24
23
7.0
22
21
20
6.0
A
19
18
17
5.0
16
4
1.0
3
1
14
1
2
I = 3.883(161.62 x 10 )
S = 1.488(24.38 x 103)
3
4
5
6
7
8
SPAN IN FEET
C
4.0
13
4
0
B
15
820301
2
0
8.0
26
12
0
1
1.0
29
15
14
4.0
11
A
10
3.0
9
7
B
C
D
6
E
8
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
12
2.0
23
1
5
6
7
8
7.0
A
22
21
20
6.0
19
B
18
5.0
C
15
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2
8.0
24
16
1.0
9.0
25
17
3
2.0
26
4
4
8
27
5
3
7
28
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
MULLION HEIGHT
16
13
MULLION HEIGHT
EQUAL
EQUAL
17
2
6
METERS
2.0
30
1
5
TWIN SPAN
18
0
4
SPAN IN FEET
METERS
1.0
0
3
E
A = 20 PSF (960)
B = 30 PSF (1440)
C = 40 PSF (1920)
D = 50 PSF (2400)
E = 60 PSF (2880)
SINGLE SPAN
2
D
I = 5.507(229.22 x 104)
S = 2.105(34.49 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
D
14
4.0
13
12
E
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SPAN IN FEET
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9.0
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GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
MULLION HEIGHT
16
2.0
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30
MULLION HEIGHT
EQUAL
EQUAL
18
METERS
1.0
METERS
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SINGLE SPAN
TWIN SPAN
METERS
METERS
2.0
1.0
30
17
29
4.0
12
10
3.0
9
8
A
7
B
6
C
D
E
METERS
11
2.0
5
27
8.0
26
25
24
23
7.0
22
21
20
6.0
19
18
A
17
4
5.0
16
1.0
3
15
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2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4.0
13
12
C
0
1
A = 20 PSF (960)
B = 30 PSF (1440)
C = 40 PSF (1920)
D = 50 PSF (2400)
E = 60 PSF (2880)
SINGLE SPAN
2
1.0
29
15
14
4.0
A
11
10
3.0
B
C
D
E
9
8
7
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
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2.0
6
1.0
3
820316
2
1
I = 7.570(315.09 x 10 )
S = 2.339(38.33 x 103)
4
6
7
8
SPAN IN FEET
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2.0
9.0
8.0
A
24
23
7.0
22
21
20
6.0
B
19
18
16
5
8
25
17
4
D
26
4
3
7
27
5
2
E
28
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
MULLION HEIGHT
16
13
MULLION HEIGHT
EQUAL
EQUAL
17
1
6
METERS
2.0
30
0
5
TWIN SPAN
18
0
4
SPAN IN FEET
METERS
1.0
3
C
5.0
15
D
14
E
4.0
13
12
0
1
2
3
4
5
SPAN IN FEET
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7
8
METERS
0
B
14
I = 2.808(116.88 x 104)
S = 1.233(20.21 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
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9.0
METERS
14
2.0
28
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
MULLION HEIGHT
15
13
MULLION HEIGHT
EQUAL
EQUAL
18
16
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
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1.0
0
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SINGLE SPAN
SINGLE SPAN
METERS
METERS
16
15
14
4.0
16
15
14
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
3.0
9
8
METERS
11
A
7
2.0
B
C
D
E
6
5
4
3
4
5
6
7
A
7
2.0
B
C
D
E
6
1.0
I = 1.970(82.00 x 104)
S = 0.982(16.09 x 103)
8
821852
1
0
0
SPAN IN FEET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
I = 2.131(88.70 x 104)
S = 1.014(16.61 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
SINGLE SPAN
METERS
2.0
MULLION HEIGHT
1.0
18
17
16
15
14
4.0
13
A = 20 PSF (960)
B = 30 PSF (1440)
C = 40 PSF (1920)
D = 50 PSF (2400)
E = 60 PSF (2880)
12
11
10
3.0
9
8
A
7
2.0
B
C
D
E
6
5
4
1.0
3
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2
1
0
METERS
2
8
2
820317
1
3.0
9
3
1
0
10
4
2
0
11
5
1.0
3
12
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
I = 1.916(79.75 x 104)
S = 0.830(13.60 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
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4.0
13
12
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
13
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2.0
18
METERS
18
MULLION HEIGHT
1.0
2.0
MULLION HEIGHT
1.0
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DEADLOAD CHARTS
A - 1/8 POINT LOADING
B - 1/4 POINT LOADING
1/4" INFILL
1" INFILL
METERS
METERS
2.0
1.0
16
16
15
15
14
11
3.0
9
8
7
2.0
6
A
5
4
820301
1
7
2.0
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1.0
B
1
I = 0.766(31.88 x 104)
S = 0.766(12.55 x 103)
8
A
2
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
SPAN IN FEET
SPAN IN FEET
1/4" INFILL
1" INFILL
METERS
METERS
1.0
2.0
16
16
15
15
7
8
2.0
14
14
4.0
12
11
11
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
12
10
3.0
METERS
9
8
7
2.0
A
6
4.0
13
5
10
3.0
9
METERS
13
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
8
3
B
2
8
7
2.0
6
5
4
4
1.0
3
B
2
1
0
3.0
9
4
1.0
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1.0
A
3
820302
I = 0.890(37.04 x 104)
S = 0.890(14.58 x 103)
2
B
1
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
SPAN IN FEET
SPAN IN FEET
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METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
11
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
12
10
4.0
13
12
0
2.0
14
4.0
13
1.0
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7
8
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
DEADLOAD CHARTS
14
12
0
0
4.0
11
3.0
8
7
6
2.0
5
A
4
3
B
1.0
2
1
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
1.0
6
7
13
10
9
8
7
A
4
3
2
1
7
8
820303
8
I = 0.763(31.76 x 104)
S = 0.763(12.50 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
1/4" INFILL
1" INFILL
METERS
2.0
METERS
16
16
1.0
15
14
15
4.0
12
12
11
11
3.0
6
2.0
5
B
1.0
820316
4
I = 1.064(44.29 x 10 )
S = 1.064(17.44 x 103)
SPAN IN FEET
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0
1
2
3
2.0
14
13
4.0
10
9
3.0
8
7
6
2.0
5
4
3
A
1.0
2
1
B
SPAN IN FEET
4
5
6
7
8
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METERS
13
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
9
METERS
1.0
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
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B - 1/4 POINT LOADING
1/4" INFILL
METERS
16
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DEADLOAD CHARTS
A - 1/8 POINT LOADING
B - 1/4 POINT LOADING
1/4" INFILL
1" INFILL
METERS
METERS
2.0
1.0
16
16
15
15
14
3.0
9
8
7
2.0
6
5
A
4
820317
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
I = 0.583(24.27 x 104)
S = 0.583(9.55 x 103)
5
1.0
8
2
A
1
B
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
SPAN IN FEET
1/4" INFILL
1" INFILL
METERS
METERS
1.0
2.0
16
16
15
15
7
8
2.0
14
4.0
11
3.0
METERS
9
8
7
2.0
6
A
5
10
3.0
9
METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
12
11
10
4.0
13
12
8
7
2.0
6
5
4
4
1.0
3
B
2
1
0
2.0
6
SPAN IN FEET
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0
14
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
2
I = 0.732(30.47 x 10 )
S = 0.732(12.00 x 103)
4
0
1.0
3
B
1
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
SPAN IN FEET
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3
B
2
3.0
9
4
1.0
3
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METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
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METERS
GLASS HEIGHT IN FEET
12
11
10
4.0
13
12
0
2.0
14
4.0
13
1.0
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Generic Project Specific U-factor Example Calculation
(Percent of Glass will vary on specific products depending on sitelines)
(Based on single bay of Curtain Wall/Window Wall)
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15'-8" Frame Width
5'-0"
2'-0"
9'-6"
Frame Height
D.L.O.
7'-0"
D.L.O.
D.L.O.
Example Glass U-Factor
= 0.42 Btu/hr • ft2 • °F
Total Daylight Opening
= 3(5' x 7') + 3(5' x 2') = 135 ft2
Total Projected Area
= 15'-8" x 9'-6" = 148.83 ft2
Percent of Glass
= (Total Daylight Opening ÷ Total Projected Area)100
= (135 ÷ 148.83)100 = 91%
System U-Factor vs Percent of Glass Area
0.80
0.70
E n
PL ig
M es
A rD
EX Fo
0.60
ot
(N
0.65
0.55
0.50
0.49
0.45
0.40
0.35
0.30
)
COG
U-Factor
0.48
0.46
0.44
0.42
0.40
0.38
0.36
0.34
0.32
0.30
0.28
0.26
0.24
0.22
0.20
0.25
70
75
80
85
90
91%
0.20
Vision Area / Total Area %
Based on 91% glass and center of glass U-Factor of 0.42
System U-Factor is equal to 0.49 Btu/hr • ft2 • °F
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0.75
95
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Vision Area / Total Area %
Notes for System U-Factor, SHGC and VT charts:
For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
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Note:
Values in parentheses are metric.
COG = Center of Glass.
Charts are generated per AMMA 507
System U-Factor vs Percent of Glass Area
Vision Area / Total Area %
(Total Daylight Opening / Projected Area)
COG
VT
Vision Area / Total Area %
(Total Daylight Opening / Projected Area)
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System Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) vs Percent of Vision Area
COG
SHGC
Charts are generated per AAMA 507
Visible Transmittance (VT) vs Percent of Vision Area
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THERMAL PERFORMANCE MATRIX (NFRC SIZE)
1" GLAZING WITH
ALUMINUM PRESSURE PLATE
Thermal Transmittance 1 (BTU/hr • ft 2 • °F)
Overall U-Factor 4
0.48
0.61
0.46
0.59
0.44
0.58
0.42
0.56
0.40
0.54
0.38
0.53
0.36
0.51
0.34
0.49
0.32
0.48
0.30
0.46
0.28
0.44
0.26
0.43
0.24
0.41
0.22
0.39
0.20
0.38
NOTE:For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
1.U-Factors are determined in accordance with NFRC 100.
2.SHGC and VT values are determined in accordance with NFRC 200.
3.Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
4.Overall U-Factor, SHGC, and VT Matricies are based on the standard NFRC specimen size of 2000mm wide by 2000mm high (78-3/4" by 78-3/4").
SHGC Matrix 2
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Visible Transmittance 2
Glass SHGC 3
Overall SHGC 4
Glass VT 3
Overall VT 4
0.75
0.70
0.75
0.69
0.70
0.65
0.70
0.64
0.65
0.61
0.65
0.60
0.60
0.56
0.60
0.55
0.55
0.51
0.55
0.51
0.50
0.47
0.50
0.46
0.45
0.42
0.45
0.41
0.40
0.38
0.40
0.37
0.35
0.33
0.35
0.32
0.30
0.28
0.30
0.28
0.25
0.24
0.25
0.23
0.20
0.19
0.20
0.18
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.14
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.09
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
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