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Referenced is a selection of files as a history of discussions referring to sloping stud walls supporting roofs.

http://home.winfirst.com/mrkgp/public_html/triangular sheer_1.zip

The spread sheet has a vertical load component that can be used for snow loads. The vertical loads are for the local edge line and the global roof vertical loads. The Local vertical load has a vertical resultant at the wall. The Global vertical loads have a reaction at the wall as a force parallel to the slope.

David Merrick, SE
Sacramento, CA.

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