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- Subject: seismic and snow
- From: Jason Atwood <atwoodjason(--nospam--at)yahoo.com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 16:23:43 -0700 (PDT)
David Topete wrote:
Along these lines of odds and probabilities, what
would someone say the odds are for a 7.3(?) eqk to hit
during a typhoon blowing 160+ mph winds? Apparently,
that happened a few years back, around 2000, in the
To chime in, in the Tahoe area even at lake level,
you'll have snow for close to 6 months of the year. Just the other day, there was a 4.9 eqk near Truckee
(north of Lake Tahoe) that threw items off of store
shelves. Now, imagine if that hit in February with a
few feet of snow on top of a primo 6,000s.f. lakefront
estate with "structural" glass fronting the Lake?But, I digress...
David Topete, S.E.
THATS WHY MANY OF US IN TAHOE AREN'T VERY POPULAR WITH SOME CONTRACTORS/CARPENTERS-WERE TALKING BIG LOADS ( Pg=212 psf at 6200' in Placer County, 25% used in seismic)-CAN YOU SAY HOLDOWN OR MOMENT FRAME?
Jason Atwood, P.E.
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