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I would guess that reasoning was not very much a part of the wind code requirements, because that is what happened in Canada long before this ASCE fuss. The code requirements came out of a lot of wind tunnel testing.
Gary

Christopher Wright wrote:



I'd be real curious if anyone on the list has actually gone through the reasoning behind the new wind loading rules who would comment what the changes represent and why the changes were necessary.


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