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Thanks RE – where did you find the deg information? You are currently viewing a preview.
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I just did a quick search on the SAI Database. Check the deflection of the slab Step 4: General principles AS Wind loads 22 canopy roofs.
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So for all those steps the local pressures should be applied in the vicinity of the steps. I can’t remember it being in the commentary?
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Lysaght and Strammit give max span lengths for given idealized loadings and span configurations, I find the capacity’s are generally driven by moment capacity and deflection criteria. Share Share in your Facebook group Copy. Click Here to join Eng-Tips and talk with other members!
Thanks for replying asixth. Computation of topographic multipliers Paterson, D.
Not sure if most designers know how great it can impact the purlin design. Response of cable-stayed masts to turbulent wind Haritos, N.
Thanks RE – might invest in these texts. The building is located on a 20m high hill; horizontal distance upwind to the half hill is m; upwind distance of the building from the crest is 5m. Combined orthogonal base loads from the high-frequency base balance.