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Eli:

Yes, it is a typo.  It is pointed out in an errata for ASCE 7-02.

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI


On Fri, 19 Nov 2004, Eli Grassley wrote:

> List -
>
> I'd like to try and confirm a typo that I think I found in the ASCE 7-02
> wind design figures.
>
> Figure 6-10 on page 55 shows the GCpf load cases for the "Method 2" wind
> design pressures.  Note that the "G" is part of the term.
>
> Figure 6-10cont'd (on page 56) has a table of the corresponding
> numerical values - but the table heading says Cpf...with no G.  What
> happened to the G?  This must be a typo.  If I have to calculate the
> Gust Factor "G" by hand I'm not getting paid enough!
>
>
>
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> Eli S. Grassley
>
> PSM ENGINEERS
>
> SEATTLE, WA
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