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Not just the basic pressure x purlin spacing! Thanks RE – might invest in these texts. Check the deflection of the slab Step 4: But it should also be from windward edges. Or maybe I shouldn’t be mixing the local factor from As170 D with the one in Section Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical engineering professional community.
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Also Appendix D, Paragraph D1. So far, the Universe is winning. However you can get savings if you take the width and depth for each roof individually and ae1170 that these values reflect “what the roof sees from a certain wind direction.
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Example Assuming that the governing “a” is due to the overall building width impacts the purlin design greatly. I thought it was in the new commentary: Get free access to all notes and exams. Computation of topographic multipliers Paterson, D.
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