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Bill_Coulbourne(--nospam--at)URSCorp.com wrote:
> 
> However, if the cornice is 3' or more high, the corner zones
> of the roof can be treated like edge zones and thus the uplift > pressures in the corners are somewhat lower.


Bill,
Where do I find this provision in ASCE 7-98?

Thanks,
Rick Burch
Columbia, SC

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