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Hi Bill;
	I had understood from our seminars that the definition of Exposure B
had been somewhat expanded but also better defined to make it easier to
understand.  Most of our projects are in rolling hills where I tend to use
Exposure B which most of our county jurisdictions allow.  Of course, when
you're on TOP of a hill those nasty topography variables kick in so Exposure
B versus C becomes more of a moot point.
	Take care,


Terry Weatherby
Weatherby-Reynolds-Fritson
Jackson, CA
________________________________________
From: Bill Allen [mailto:T.W.Allen(--nospam--at)cox.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 8:52 AM
To: Seaint
Subject: Another ASCE 7-05 Wind Load Question

Is Exposure B the same as Exposure B in the 1997 UBC? It sounds like
Exposure B in ASCE 7 is applicable in typical suburban/urban areas. OTOH,
I?ve never been able to get UBC Exposure B to fly here without rigorous hoop
jumping.
 
Thanks,
 
T. William (Bill) Allen, S.E.
ALLEN DESIGNS
Consulting Structural Engineers
 V (949) 248-8588 ? F(949) 209-2509
 


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