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Re: Wind loading with axial forces on steel studs

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Terangue Gillham wrote:

Maybe this is too simplistic, but doesn't it just depend on the TA for the
member?  If that is the case, would the higher (localized) pressures be used
for face loading, but lower (MWFRS) pressure be used for axial load?

Terangue *Tiger* Gillham, PE
GK2, Inc.

tiger(--nospam--at)palaunet.com <mailto:tiger(--nospam--at)palaunet.com


This is what I remember, but I can't find the reference.....




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