As far as I understand, such
condition in your area will generate about 450# of
net uplift per connection. You would need about (6)
20d toenails in withdrawal to resist that. I do not think it is even
Ties definitely appear in
V. Steve Gordin, PhD Registered
Structural Engineer Irvine CA
Subject: RE: nails in withdrawal to
resist wind uplift?
I figured someone was going to say this. I meant other
structural connections besides roof deck. Plywood with nails every 6"
is different than a 30' truss at 2' oc with a few toenails at the
ends. There is a local code in Anchorage to require hurricane
clips. The project I am looking at is not under the jurisdiction of
-----Original Message----- From: Brian K. Smith
[mailto:smithegr(--nospam--at)bellsouth.net] Sent: Friday, April 22, 2005 5:16
AM To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org Subject:
Re: nails in withdrawal to resist wind uplift?
How else are you going
to hold down a plywood roof system????
Independent of what the IBC says, are nails in withdrawl a
On 4/21/05, Haan, Scott M POA <Scott.M.Haan(--nospam--at)poa02.usace.army.mil>
wrote: > > > Anyone: > > Is there anything in
the IBC or NDS or anywhere that says nails in > withdrawal shall not be
used for wind uplift? > > > >
Thanks. > > Scott Haan.