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Re: Practical Example of wind design for multi-story residential wood framed analysis needed for 2006 IBC and ASCE 7-05

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Dennis Wish wrote:

 For the first time in history, the seismic design is so much easier to understand than the wind loads but I suppose this makes sense in the coastal regions subject to high wind loads.

"You said a mouthful!"

(Signed)
Beaumont, Texas
(H. Rita, 9/2005; H. Humberto, 9/2007)

(N.B. Dennis, go here. The wind load provisions of 7-05 are not very different at all from those of 7-02 - I know, I asked Dr. Mehta if he was going to write a guide for 7-05 and he told me "there's no need, not enough changed.")
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