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Re: Wind Load on Carport

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No doubt that section was written with computers in mind; an excel form would do that math pretty quickly.  I haven't looked at it recently, so I don't know how sensitive it is to the damping coefficient. I've got a project this spring (monoslope awning on a single pole)  that will have to deal with it, and I figured I'd just run a bunch of cases with damping in the 0.1% to 0.3% range to see what the effects are.

Jordan


Jerry Coombs wrote:

But we still have to go through the rather involved 6.5.8.2 to get G, right?

JDC

 

Jerry D. Coombs, P.E.
Coombs Engineering Services
214-287-4696
www.coombsengineering.com


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