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2013 Minneapolis Wood Solutions Fair

Date:
September 17 2013
Time:
8:00am-5:00pm
Venue:
Minneapolis Convention Center
Cost:
Free
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Wood Solutions Fairs are FREE multi-faceted, day-long educational events on the use of wood in non-residential and multi-family buildings.

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ROOM 1

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Wood Podiums in Mid-Rise Construction

Mid-rise podium construction, with multiple stories of wood framing over a concrete first story, has been popular for many years as a way to take advantage of wood’s cost effectiveness for the superstructure while maintaining a more traditional commercial construction type below. Recently, some innovative designers have chosen to forego the concrete altogether and build the podium in wood—further decreasing their costs while speeding construction and creating less massive, more uniform buildings. This presentation will examine design considerations related to wood podiums such as durability, fire protection, sound transmission and seismic loads. Recent examples of projects in California will be highlighted.

Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA
Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, is an APA Engineered Wood Specialist serving the Southwest. A licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California, Beebe graduated from Purdue University with a BS in Civil Engineering. Her duties include consulting with designers on the efficient specification of engineered wood products in construction. She is an active member of the Structural Engineers Association and the US Green Building Council, and serves as Secretary for the San Diego Area Chapter of the International Code Council. Prior to joining APA, Beebe worked as a structural engineer and structural plan reviewer for the San Diego building department.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Timber Tower Research Project by SOM
This session will introduce the results of the Timber Tower Research Project, recently released by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, LLP (SOM). The goal was to develop a viable structural system for tall buildings that uses mass timber as the main structural material and minimizes the embodied carbon footprint of the structure. The presentation will discuss key design and construction issues associated with tall mass timber buildings as well as SOM’s new hybrid structural solution. Benchmarked against the existing 42-story-tall concrete-framed DeWitt Chestnut Apartments in Chicago, the new prototype uses an efficient structural combination of mass timber, concrete and steel to reduce the carbon footprint and embodied energy of the resulting structure by 60 to 75 percent.

Benton Johnson, PE, SE, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, LLP
An Associate and Project Engineer for Skidmore Owings & Merrill, LLP (SOM), Benton Johnson has worked on several large scale projects around the globe as well as innovative research projects. He joined SOM in 2007 after completing his MS in Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Since joining SOM, he has worked on projects such as the Al Hamra Tower in Kuwait, Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Mr. Johnson’s work at SOM has also included competition and research work aimed at advancing building technology. This work has included the 600-meter-tall+ Wuhan Greenland and Fluidic Tower competitions as well as the recently completed Timber Tower Research Project.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Design is in the Details: Solutions to Common Mid-Rise Design Challenges

This session will use recent mid-rise projects to examine a variety of design solutions for multi-story wood construction. Discussion will focus on areas of design and detailing that often challenge designers of Type III and Type V mixed-use projects—such as designing wood and masonry shaft walls, connecting 2-hour rated walls to 1-hour rated floor/ceiling systems, and balcony construction—and offer possible solutions. Opportunities and advantages to using cross laminated timber in mid-rise buildings will also be explored.

Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

Matthew Church is a licensed Professional Engineer in the field of structural engineering with an extensive background in multi-family and mixed-use projects. He was awarded a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in structures from Brigham Young University and currently holds registration in numerous states including California, Washington, New York, Texas and Florida. He is a Principal Partner in the firm of Davis and Church, LLC established in 2003 and located in Alpharetta, Georgia.

ROOM 2

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

The Bullitt Center: Meeting the Living Building Challenge

The Bullitt Center, a six-story heavy timber building recently competed in Seattle, is predicted to be the world’s most energy efficient commercial building. It has been designed to last 250 years and to achieve the highest benchmark of building sustainability—Living Building Challenge™ (LBC) certification. A performance-based certification program, the LBC requires buildings to be evaluated after one year of occupancy prior to certification, against criteria that include 100% of energy demands met with on-site renewable energy generation and 100% of water needs met by on-site rainwater collection. In this presentation, Project Architect Brian Court will give a short overview of the LBC, discuss the design strategies for the Bullitt Center, and highlight structural and environmental virtues of the heavy timber structural system such as renewability, contribution to energy efficiency, and light carbon footprint.

Brian Court, AIA, LEED AP, The Miller Hull Partnership

Bringing a strong sense of design to projects and a passion for buildings that are finely tuned to their regional and climatic influences, Brian led the performance-based design effort for the Bullitt Center. An Associate at The Miller Hull Partnership, Brian has served as the Project Architect for numerous single and multi-family residential projects, urban infill projects, large institutional projects, higher education projects and waterfront projects. Brian attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia for his undergraduate degree and the University of Washington for his Master’s Degree in Architecture.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Environmental Impacts of Structural Systems: What Life Cycle Assessment Reveals

This presentation will examine environmental impacts of construction alternatives as determined through life cycle assessment (LCA). Discussion will highlight energy consumption, fossil fuel depletion, carbon emissions and global warming potential, other releases to air and water, and other impacts linked to building materials selection, and the remarkable consistency of research findings worldwide. Also discussed will be the essentials of LCA and its increasing use in green building programs and model codes, cautions regarding interpretation of LCA comparisons of various products and materials, an emerging trend toward use of environmental product declarations (EPDs) on the part of materials suppliers, and what greater reliance on LCA and EPDs means for those seeking to create environmentally better buildings.

Dr. Jim Bowyer, Dovetail Partners, Inc., Bowyer & Associates, Inc.

Dr. Jim Bowyer is Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering. He is Director of the Sustainable Materials Program at Dovetail Partners, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides authoritative information about the impacts and trade-offs of environmental decisions, and President of Bowyer & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm dedicated to improving the environmental performance of organizations of all kinds.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Modern Forestry: Growing Sustainable Bio-Materials

This presentation will address land management techniques associated with agriculture (organic and non-organic) and forestry, including natural forest management as well as plantation forestry. These systems are used to grow bio-based materials such as wood products, agricultural foods and fibers, and the raw materials for bio-energy. The presentation will compare and contrast common forestry and agricultural practices and include discussion of the diverse challenges and benefits associated with each system.

Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

Executive Director of Dovetail Partners, Inc., Kathryn Fernholz is a forester by training and has worked on development and forest management issues in a wide range of roles. With a consulting firm, her work included natural resource inventories, comprehensive planning, environmental impact assessments and the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). While working for the Community Forestry Resource Center, she developed and managed a group certification project for family forests and worked to increase local capacity to provide forest management and marketing services that are compatible with certification standards. She is also an experienced Forest Management Certification Lead Auditor. Kathryn has a BS in Forest Resources from the University of Minnesota, College of Natural Resources.

ROOM 3

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Energy-Efficient Facilities: Building Envelope Design Considerations

K-12 schools in the United States spend more than $7.5 billion annually on energy. Operational energy is the second largest line item in a school district’s budget after teacher salaries; but, equally challenging—energy is all too often an unpredictable expense. Because the largest contribution to energy use is heating and cooling, building enclosure design is of paramount importance to creating efficient school facilities and keeping costs down. This presentation will focus on cost-effective design recommendations for high performance building enclosures. It will explore why many buildings fail to perform as expected, and provide recommendations on envelope detailing, insulation and air sealing techniques for various climates, and information to include in specifications.

Steve Easley, Steve Easley & Associates

Steve Easley is an internationally recognized construction consultant specializing in solving building science-related problems and educating other design and building professionals. Known for cost-effective and practical approaches to building high-performance structures, his work focuses on increasing quality of construction, sustainability and reducing costly mistakes that lead to construction defects and call-backs.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Making a Difference: Incorporating Environmental Information into Your Organization

This presentation will address how design and building professionals and organizations can align with clients on “green” issues in order to maximize the success (profitability) of projects (green or otherwise). An emphasis will be placed on developing the right message at the right time in the process in order to attract and retain clients that are interested in and will pay for environmental benefits and expertise.

Jeff Howe, PhD, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

Dr. Jeff Howe is an expert at creating learning organizations and implementing organizational change. With over 20 years of successful hands-on leadership experience, he brings both theory and practice to strategic business discussions. Jeff is Founder and Chairman of the not-for-profit Dovetail Partners, Inc., considered the premier “think tank” focused on developing creative solutions to strategic issues critical to the natural resources sector. Jeff is a popular speaker on issues ranging from green marketing to the development of LEAN culture. He has authored numerous articles on planning, marketing, vision, conflict resolution, and culture development. Jeff received his BS from Bates College, an MS from the University of Maine, and a PhD from the University of Minnesota.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Building Envelope Design and Moisture Performance

Moisture management and durability are key elements of building envelope design but are often not well understood. This presentation will help design and building professionals understand how the building envelope responds to environmental conditions, with emphasis on heat, air, and moisture control. The talk will highlight wood-moisture relations, focusing on key physical properties and concepts. Strategies will be presented for evaluating building envelope design in terms of performance strengths and vulnerabilities, with examples from wood-frame and cross laminated timber construction.

Sam Glass, PhD, USDA Forest Products Laboratory

Sam Glass, PhD, is a scientist at the USDA Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) in Madison, Wisconsin, where he leads a team in building moisture and durability research. His team conducts laboratory, field, and modeling studies on building envelope performance, durability of energy-efficient construction, moisture transfer in wood and wood-based materials, and corrosion of metal fasteners in wood. Dr. Glass’s work often involves collaboration on research and technology transfer with academic and industry partners. A member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, he participates on technical committees and in standards development, and serves as Research Subcommittee Chair for Technical Committee 4.4, Building Materials and Building Envelope Performance. Prior to joining FPL in 2005, Dr. Glass completed a PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

ROOM 4

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Overview of Offset Diaphragms and Shear Walls

Lateral force resisting systems in today’s structures are much more complex than they were several decades ago, incorporating multiple horizontal and vertical offsets in the diaphragms, multiple irregularities, and fewer lateral resisting elements. This presentation will provide a brief overview of the method used to analyze these complex structures. Topics will include code requirements, how to recognize diaphragm irregularities and discontinuities, how shears are distributed through complex diaphragms, how to solve the transfer of forces across areas of discontinuity, and how to create a single line of lateral force resistance across multiple offset shear walls.

Terry Malone, PE, SE, WoodWorks

Terry Malone is a licensed Structural Engineer in Washington, Oregon and Arizona. Prior to joining WoodWorks, he was a principal in consulting structural engineering firms in Washington and Oregon, conducted third-party structural plan reviews and has served as a faculty member at St. Martin’s College in Lacey, Washington. Terry has over 35 years of wood design experience and has taken an active role as a presenter providing seminars at state and local International Code Council (ICC) chapters and professional engineering organizations. Terry is author of The Analysis of Irregular Shaped Structures: Diaphragms and Shear Walls, published by McGraw-Hill and ICC. He is a member of the Structural Engineers’ Association of Arizona and the ICC.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Getting to Yes: Code Alternate Materials and Means and Permit Streamlining

This session will cover principles and strategy for effective navigation of the building permit process when materials or designs don’t comfortably fit with conventional code application, as well as the use of permit streamlining for more effective and efficient processing. Alternate Materials and Means Requests (AMMR) can be used for various reasons including: use of innovative products and systems, new design concepts, complex geometries, code conundrums, political problem solving and the resolution of interpretation differences. Successful project examples will be used to demonstrate how to approach the AMMR process and demystify the concept of an alternate design. In addition, the landscape of permit streamlining concepts will be outlined, with a focus on streamlining approaches that can engage design professionals on the ‘public’ side of the counter in a project’s ultimate success.

Michael Malinowski, AIA, Applied Architecture, Inc.

Michael F. Malinowski, AIA, is Principal of Applied Architecture Inc. in Sacramento, where he specializes in residential, mixed-use and historic adaptive reuse work. A current member of the Woodworks Advisory Panel and aecKnowledge Editorial Committee, he was also the 2009/2010 VP Communications/Public Affairs for the AIA California Council, founded the long-running AIACV Code Conversation program, and has served over a decade on Sacramento’s Development Oversight, Preservation and Design Review Commissions.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Designing with the 2012 National Design Specification for Wood Construction

Minnesota is in the process of adopting the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) which references the 2012 National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction as the standard for design and construction of wood structures. This presentation will familiarize participants with the NDS format and contents of each chapter in order to help them utilize the standard efficiently in their design process. Included will be a summary of significant changes in the 2012 version of the NDS and Supplement relative to previous editions. Participants will also learn about a new wood structural framing product, cross laminated timber, that will be incorporated into future versions of the NDS.

Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, SECB, American Wood Council

Michelle Kam-Biron joined the American Wood Council (AWC) staff in 2012. She currently serves as Director of Education. Before joining AWC, she was Senior Technical Director – National Lead Mid-rise/Multi-family Construction for WoodWorks. She has over 20 years of experience managing and designing a wide range of projects in various structural materials as well as Division of State Architect contract plan review. Michelle has authored and contributed to several publications on the use of structural wood products as well as presented throughout the nation on the topic. She graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Architectural Engineering. She is the current Treasurer and past Director of the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California and a volunteer on the Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo Architectural Engineering Advisory Board.

ROOM 5

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Introduction to Structural Design of Post-Frame Buildings

This program begins with a brief description of post-frame building systems followed by an overview of key concepts for their structural design. Information is presented from a conceptual standpoint as opposed to an equation and computational standpoint. Two design methods are addressed: one for post-frame systems without diaphragm action, the other for post-frame systems with diaphragm action. The majority of the program is focused on the latter. The presentation will show how a simple yet powerful and readily available computer program, DAFI, determines the proportion of design lateral loads that are carried to ground by the individual post frames and the proportion carried to ground by the roof diaphragm and shear walls. The program then shows how the isolated post foundations are designed to resist lateral and uplift forces. Technical resources available to design professionals will also be discussed.

Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, is professor emeritus at Penn State University, where he taught wood structural engineering and building systems engineering for nearly 30 years. He has published over 340 technical articles, and chaired the standards-writing committee that developed the first nationally-recognized engineering practice on diaphragm design of post-frame buildings.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

Introduction to Structural Insulated Panels

This presentation will focus on the benefits of designing with structural insulated panels (SIPs), including energy optimization and other contributions to project sustainability. Design professionals will gain a better understanding of how to effectively and properly utilize SIPs through discussion of their application, assembly and detailing. Topics will also include energy code requirements and the economics of panel construction.

Lee Bergum, Energy Panel Structures

Lee Bergum is a District Sales Manager for Energy Panel Structures (EPS) of Graettinger, Iowa. EPS designs and builds Structural Insulated Panel structures, including post-frame buildings, residential homes, agricultural buildings, and commercial projects. Lee brings 37 years of construction experience to his position at EPS. He works closely with contractors in southern Minnesota, and regularly presents seminars for architects and developers related to energy-efficient construction. He is a member of the Minnesota Green Path Technical Committee for the Builders Association of the Twin Cities, and the Green Committee of the Rochester Minnesota Builders Association.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood and the International Building Code

This presentation takes an in-depth look at fire-retardant-treated wood (FRTW) focusing on: FRTW characteristics, properties and performance in a fire; preparation, treatment, inspection and labeling; fire tests, standards and building code requirements; how and where FRTW is used; and the impact of FRTW on construction and insurance costs.

Jim Gogolski, Hoover Treated Wood Products

Jim Gogolski is a Marketing Representative with Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc., where he helps to inform architects, engineers and building code officials about the many uses of fire-retardant-treated-wood in construction. Prior to Hoover, Jim worked with APA – The Engineered Wood Association as a Field Representative and administered their field inspection service. He has also worked for a wood preservative chemical supplier and the Southern Forest Products Association. His technical knowledge and experience related to the use wood in construction and field inspections brings a unique perspective to his pro¬grams. A member of the International Code Council, Jim holds a BS in Wood Products Technology from Ohio State University-Columbus, and an MBA from Xavier University-Cincinnati.

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar

This presentation will include some information basic to lumber and forest products while it features the nature of the western red cedar lumber, the benefits unique to these products, and how they are appropriate for incorporation in any sustainable design. It will also touch on information about western red cedar lumber grades, installation, and finishing. Forest certification will be discussed, as will reasons why using western red cedar affords your clients the best environmental and sustainable products for their design requirements.

Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

Steve From has been employed in the lumber industry in varying capacities since 1972, when he began working in sales at a British Columbia sawmill. For the past four years, he has worked for the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (WRCLA), where he provides training to design and building professionals as well as wholesale distribution and lumber retail staff. He has specialized in education related to Western Red Cedar since 1987 and also completed the WRCLA Cedar School in Vancouver. Prior to joining the WRCLA, he held a variety of sales, product management and purchasing director positions.

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Using Software to Design Multi-story Wood Buildings

See how engineering software can be used to design multi-story buildings featuring wood walls, wood diaphragms, glulam, and dimension lumber. Learn how wind and seismic loads are automatically generated and applied to the structure, and how finite element analysis offers improved accuracy over conventional hand calculation methods. A special emphasis will be placed on the design of an entire building for both strength and serviceability requirements.

Mike Olson, PE, RISA Technologies

Mike Olson, PE, is an Applications Engineer with RISA Technologies, where he focuses on technical support and training as well as general testing and development of the RISA software suite. Prior to joining RISA Technologies in 2008, he was a Project Engineer for Van-Sickle Allen and Associates, LLC. Michael has designed office buildings for financial institutions and flour and feed mills for agricultural clients, and has worked on biodiesel structures for industrial clients. Many of these projects utilized RISA-3D. He has a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Master of Civil Engineering (Structural emphasis), from the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis.

AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Meeting Fire Codes with Oriented Strand Board (OSB)

This presentation will provide an overview of fire-rated cementitious coated oriented strand board (OSB) sheathing for wall and roof sheathing applications. Topics will include its structural and performance properties and contribution to enhancing the sustainable built environment.

Dr. Michael Huddy, PhD, International Barrier Technology, Inc.

Dr. Huddy is president, CEO and director of Barrier Technology Corporation, and has 25 years of sales, marketing and management experience in the wood products industry. He holds a BS in Biological Sciences with a minor in Chemistry from Lake Superior State College, an MS in Resource Administration, and a PhD in Natural Resource Economics with a minor in Business Management from Michigan State University.

WoodWorks is an approved AIA provider. Eligible attendees will qualify for a maximum of six HSW credits (one per attended seminar).

Engineers and non-member architects will receive a certificate of completion for their participation.

Professional Development Certificates and AIA CES forms will be available on site.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Wood Podiums in Mid-Rise Construction
Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Timber Tower Research Project by SOM
Benton Johnson, PE, SE, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, LLP

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Design is in the Details: Solutions to Common Mid-Rise Design Challenges – coming soon
Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
The Bullitt Center: Meeting the Living Building Challenge
Brian Court, AIA, LEED AP, The Miller Hull Partnership

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Environmental Impacts of Structural Systems: What Life Cycle Assessment Reveals
Dr. Jim Bowyer, Dovetail Partners, Inc., Bowyer & Associates, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Modern Forestry: Growing Sustainable Bio-Materials
Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Energy-Efficient Facilities: Building Envelope Design Considerations – coming soon
Steve Easley, Steve Easley & Associates

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Making a Difference: Incorporating Environmental Information into Your Organization
Jeff Howe, PhD, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Building Envelope Design and Moisture Performance
Sam Glass, PhD, USDA Forest Products Laboratory

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Overview of Offset Diaphragms and Shear Walls
Terry Malone, PE, SE, WoodWorks

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Getting to Yes: Code Alternate Materials and Means and Permit Streamlining
Michael Malinowski, AIA, Applied Architecture, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Designing with the 2012 National Design Specification for Wood Construction
Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, American Wood Council

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM
Introduction to Structural Design of Post-Frame Buildings
Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM
Introduction to Structural Insulated Panels
Lee Bergum, Energy Panel Structures

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM
Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood and the International Building Code
Jim Gogolski, Hoover Treated Wood Products

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar
Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Using Software to Design Multi-story Wood Buildings
Mike Olson, PE, RISA Technologies

AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Meeting Fire Codes with Oriented Strand Board (OSB)
Dr. Michael Huddy, PhD, International Barrier Technology, Inc.

Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55403

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For information about sponsoring or exhibiting this or any Wood Solutions Fair, please contact elizabeth@woodworks.org

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