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RE: Wind Loads on Monopoles

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I'm certainly glad you agree that "the structure's wind loading should be
done using TIA/EIA-222-F". Convince the Building Official of that, and I
should be O.K. Unfortunately, this project is on school property in the
state of California and under the jurisdiction of the California Division of
the State Architect. This agency recognizes ONLY the California version of
the Uniform Building Code.

Regards,
Bill Allen

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Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 1998 7:45 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Re: Wind Loads on Monopoles


Sorry to have come in on this thread a little late, but I do agree with the
thought that this structure's wind loading should be done using
TIA/EIA-222-F.
And just as a side note on the 25 psf requirement, if you look at the wind
loading in TIA/EIA you will see that for any wind speed over 70 mph you will
meet that criteria.

Bill King
Odenton, MD