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Max. Allowable Story Drift per IBC 2000?

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I cannot find an allowable story drift for wind loads in IBC 2000.  I have a Steel Design Handbook that states one-story buildings can have H/300 for drift and multi-story buildins should have less than H/400 for drift.  

IBC 2000 sets maximum story drifts per Table 1617.3 for Seismic Loads, but nothing for Wind Loads.  The discrepency is that the maximum drift per IBC is H/480 for all buildings unless the connections are designed to account for more drift.

What is commonly used for allowable story drift of one-story and multi-story buildings?

Thanks.
Dan  




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