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The wind load provisions are now

presented in Sections 207A through 207F

as opposed to prior editions, where the

provisions were contained in a single 207.5 Basic Wind Speed, denoted by V

section.

2015: Basic Wind Speed obtained from

Section 207A Figure 207A.5-1A (for Occupancy Category

Provides the basic wind design parameters III, IV, and V Buildings and Other

that are applicable to the various wind Structures, p. 2-38), 207A.5-1B (for

load determination methodologies. Under Occupancy Category II Buildings and other

this section includes definitions, basic Structures, p. 2-39), 207A.5-1C (for

wind speed, exposure categories, internal Occupancy Category I Buildings and Other

pressures, enclosure classification, gust- Structures, p. 2-40).

effects, and topographic factors, among All in Exposure C?

others. 2010: Basic Wind Speed for all Occupancy

Categories at Zones 1, 2 and 3 in Table

Section 207B 207-1 (NSCP 2010, p. 2-23). All in

2015: Directional Procedure for Enclosed, Exposure C?

Partially Enclosed, and Open Buildings of

All Heights Special Wind Regions

2010: Buildings of all heights method The basic wind speeds illustrated in Figure

(ASCE 7-05) Method 2 [NSCP 2010 p 2- 207A.5-1 may be adjusted in accordance

21]. to Section 207A.5.3 (p. 2-35). in areas

A simplified procedure, based on the outside tropical cyclone-prone regions.

Directional Procedure, is provided for

buildings up to 48m in height. 207A.6 Wind Directionality Factor, denoted

by Kd

Section 207C There is no change in wind directionality

2015: Envelope Procedure for Enclosed factor as can be seen in Table 207A.6-1 in

and Partially Enclosed Low-Rise Buildings NSCP 2015 (p. 2-42) and Table 207-2 in

2010: Low-Rise Buildings Method (ASCE 7- NSCP 2010 (p. 2-23). This factor shall only

05) Method 1 [NSCP 2010 pp 2-20~2-21]. be used in conjunction with load

Incorporates NSCP 2010 Method 1 for combinations specified in Sec. 203.3 and

MWFRS applicable to the MWFRS of 203.4.

enclosed simple diaphragm buildings less

than 18m in height. 207A.7 Exposure

The importance factor, Iw (Wind Loads), as

Section 207D seen in Table 207-3 in NSCP 2010 (p. 2-24)

Wind load application on Other Structure is already omitted in NSCP 2015. The

and Building Appurtenances: A single descriptions of the surface roughness

section is dedicated to determining wind categories (Sec. 207A.7.2, p. 2-42) and

loads on non-building structures such as exposure categories (Sec. 207A.7.3, p. 2-

signs, rooftop structures and towers. 42) have been expressed as far as

possible.

Section 207E

Wind load application on Components and 2015: Upwind Surface Roughness

Cladding. Provisions for open buildings Conditions Required for Exposure B is

and building appurtenances are also illustrated in Figure C207A.7-1 (p. 2-41).

addressed. Not present in NSCP 2010.

Upwind Surface Roughness

Section 207F Conditions Required for Exposure D is

Wind Tunnel Procedure Discussion illustrated in Figure C207A.7-2 (p. 2-41).

Not present in NSCP 2010.

If a building by definition complies with

Exposure C shall apply for all cases where both the open and partially enclosed

Exposures B or D do not apply. definitions, it shall be classified as open

building. A building that does not comply

207A.8 Topographic Effects with either the open or partially

207A.8.1 Wind Speed-Up over Hills, Ridges enclosed definitions shall be classified as

and Escarpments an enclosed building.

The provisions in NSCP 2010 and NSCP

2015 under this section are not changed. 207A.11.1 Internal Pressure Coefficients,

GCpi

Same values with GCpi of NSCP 2010 for

walls and roofs of all heights for open,

partially enclosed and enclosed buildings.

207A.8.2 Topographic Factor, Kzt It is tabulated in NSCP 2015, table

2015: Kzt = (1 + K1 + K2 + K3)^;2 [eq. 207A.11-1 (p. 2-61).

207A.8-1, p. 2-47] 207A.11.1.1 Reduction Factor for Large

2010: Kzt = (1 + K1K2K3)^2; [eq. 207-3, Volume Buildings, Ri

p. 2-26] 2015:

The gust-effect factor for a rigid building

or other structures is permitted to be

taken as 0.85.

Section 207A.9.4 Gust effect factor for

Rigid Building is given in equation 207A.9-

6 (p. 2-56).

Section 207A.9.5 Gust effect factor for

Source: NSCP 2015, p. 2-61

Flexible or Dynamically Sensitive

2010:

Structures is given in equation 207-8 (p. 2-

The constant is changed from 6.952 to 7.0

56).

(p. 2-28).

207A.9.2 Frequency Determination

207A.1 Procedures

207A.9.2.1 Limitations for Approximate

207.A.1.1 Scope

Natural Frequency

MWFRS and C&C must be designed and

Leff; (eq. 207A.9-1, p 2-55) NEW

constructed to resist wind loads.

MWFRS generally receives wind loading

207A.9.3 Approximate Natural Frequency,

from more than one surface

na

C&C receives wind loads directly and

For structural steel moment-resisting-

generally transfers the load to other

frame buildings (eq. 207A.9-2, p. 2-55).

components or to the MWFRS

For concrete moment-resisting frame

Bulding Envelope cladding, roofing,

buildings (eq. 207A.9-3, p 2-55).

exterior walls, glazing, door assemblies,

For structural steel and concrete buildings

window assemblies, skylight assemblies

with other lateral-force-resisting systems:

and other components enclosing the

(eq. 207A.9-4, p 2-55)

building.

For concrete or masonry shear wall

buildings, it is also permitted to use (eq.

207A.9-5, p. 2-56).

207.10 Enclosure Classification

Partially enclosed building, open building,

and enclosed building are defined (NSCP

2015, pp. 2-25 to 2-26).

207A.10.4 Multiple Classifications

chimneys, tanks, open signs, lattice

frameworks and trussed towers using

Directional Procedure.

Section 207E

Part 1. Applicable to an enclosed or

partially enclosed with building height, h

<= 18m.

Part 2. Applicable to an enclosed with

building height, h <= 18m.

Part 3. Applicable to an enclosed or

partially enclosed with building height, h >

18m.

Part 4. Applicable to an enclosed with

building height, h <= 48m.

Part 5. Applicable to an open building of

207A.1.2 Permitted Procedures all heights having a pitched free roof,

monoslope free roof, or trough free roof.

Refer to NSCP 2015 Figure 207A.1-1 on Part 6. Applicable to building

page 2-26 (not outlined in NSCP 2010). appurtenances such as roof overhangs

and parapets and rooftop equipment.

For MWFRS

1. Section 207B Directional

Procedure for Buildings of All Strength Design Load Combination

Heights

2. Section 207C Envelope Procedure LRFD (Load and Resistance Factor Design)

for Low-Rise Buildings

3. Section 207D Directional 2010:

Procedure for Building [eq. 203-1] 1.4(D + F)

Appurtenances and Other [eq. 203-2] 1.2(D + F + T) + 1.6(L + H)

Structures + 0.5(Lr or R)

4. Section 207F Wind Tunnel [eq. 203-3] 1.2 + 1.6(Lr or R) + (f1L or

Procedure for All Buildings and 0.8W)

Other Structures [eq. 203-4] 1.2D + 1.6W + f1L + 0.5(Lr

or R)

For C&C [eq. 203-5] 1.2D + 1.0E + f1L

1. Section 207E Analytical Procedure [eq. 203-6] 0.9D + 1.6W + 1.6H

for Buildings and Building [eq. 203-7] 0.9D + 1.0E + 1.6H

Appurtenances

2. Section 207F Wind Tunnel 2015:

Procedure for All Buildings and [eq. 203-1] 1.4(D + F)

Other Structures [eq. 203-2] 1.2(D + F + T) + 1.6(L + H)

+ 0.5(Lr or R)

Section 207B ( method 2 of NSCP 2010) [eq. 203-3] 1.2 + 1.6(Lr or R) + (f1L or

for buildings upto 48m 0.5W)

[eq. 203-4] 1.2D + 1.0W + f1L + 0.5(Lr

Section 207C (method 2 of NSCP 2010) or R)

for simple diaphragm buildings up to 18m [eq. 203-5] 1.2D + 1.0E + f1L

in height. [eq. 203-6] 0.9D + 1.0W + 1.6H

[eq. 203-7] 0.9D + 1.0E + 1.6H

Section 207D wind loads on building

appurtenances e.g. rooftop structures and Load combination if f1 = 1.0 for floors in

rooftop equipment. And other structures places of public assembly, for live loads in

of all heights such as solid freestanding excess of 4.8kPa, and for garage live load.

walls and freestanding solid signs, [from eq. 203-2] 1.2D + 1.6L

[from eq. 203-3] 1.2D 0.5W The backfill material shall have an angle of

[from eq. 203-4] 1.2D 1.0W internal friction > 34 degrees.

+ 1.0L The assigned cohesion value during the

[from eq. 203-5] 1.2D + 1.0E + design stage for the backfill material

1.0L within the reinforced zone shall be < 5kPa.

[from eq. 203-7] 0.9D + 1.0E The soils should be compacted to no less

[from UBC 97] 1.37D + 0.50L than 95% MDD determine according to

[from UBC 97] 1.03D + 0.50L 1.0E AASHTO T99 Method C or D and corrected

[from UBC 97] 1.07D + 1.0E for oversized material according to

[from UBC 97] 0.73D 1.0E AASHTO T99, Note 9

The material shall have a Plasticity Index

of not more than 15 for rigid faced MSE

structures, and not more than 20 for

flexible or ductile faced MSE structures, as

determine by AASHTO T 90.

Electrochemical Requirements in Table

302-2, p. 3-7 are introduced in NSCP 2015.

Minimum required number of boreholes

per structure in Table 303-1, p. 3-8 is

introduced in NSCP 2015.

investigation should be conducted are

elaborated in section 303-1, pp. 3-8 to 3-9.

Provisions for cut slopes have been

modified and the figure for fill slopes has Section 304 Allowable Foundation and

been amended for clarity (from Figure Lateral Pressures

302-1 of NSCP 2010 on p. 3-4 has been

modified to Figure 302-1 of NSCP 2015 on 2015:

p. 3-4). Table 304-1 Allowable Foundation and

Lateral Pressure (p. 3-13)

Section 302.7 Erosion Control Class of Allow Lat Lateral

Section 302.7.2 Scour Protection Material able eral Sliding

Found Bea Coef Resis

(This subsection is introduced to NSCP

ation ring cient tance

2015).

Press Bel (kPa)

Retaining structures and foundations

ure ow

located on stream banks and beds shall be (kPa) Nat

provided with appropriate ural

countermeasures, designed on the basis of Gra

a detailed engineering study, for long-term de

protection against scouring and erosion. (kP

a/m

Section 302.8 MSE Structures and Similar of

Reinforced Embankments and Fills dep

(This section is introduced to NSCP 2015). th)

1. Intac 1000 300 - -

The grading requirements to select

t

granular backfill materials is introduced

Tuffac

and tabulated in Table 302.1, p. 3-7. eous

Sands

ton Section 305 Building Clearance for Slopes

2. Light 500 150 - - Figure 305-1 Setback Dimensions for

ly Building Clearance for Stable Natural

Weat

Slopes on Firm and Intact Ground of NSCP

hered

2015 (p. 3-15) has been modified and is

Tuffac more detailed compared to Figure 305-1

eous Setback Dimensions for Building Clearance

Sands from Slopes of NSCP 2010 (p. 3-13).

tone

3. Sand 100 30 0.35 - Section 305.5.7 Reinforced Slopes (p. 3-

y 16)

Grave (This subsection is introduced to NSCP

l 2015).

and /

Footings on or adjacent to slopes

or

reinforced using rock anchors, soils nails,

Grave

l (GW

geosynthethics or any other similar ground

& GP) improvement technique shall be founded

such that it does not interfere or impair

2010: the function of the reinforcing elements.

Table 304-1 Allowable Foundation and The building official may require the

Lateral Pressure (p. 3-11) recommendation of a geotechnical

Class of Allow Lat Lateral engineer to demonstrate that the

Material able era Sliding reinforced slope can safely carry the

Foun l Coe Resis structural loads it will be subjected to.

datio Bea fcie tanc

n rin nt e Section 306.8 Lateral Loads (p. 3-18)

Press g (kPa) (This section is introduced to NSCP 2015).

ure Bel The design resistance of piles subjected to

(kPa) ow lateral loads, should be assessed based on

Nat

one of the following failure mechanisms:

ura

l

For short piles, rotation or

Gra translation as a rigid body (Broms,

de 1964)

(kP For long slender piles, bending

a/m failure of the pile, accompanied by

of local yielding and displacement of

dep the soil near the top of the pile.

th) (non-linear py method e.g.

1. Massiv 200 200 0.70 -

COM524).

e

Crystall

ine Section 306.8.2 Pile Groups (p. 3-18)

Bedroc (This subsection is introduced to NSCP

k 2015).

2. Sedime 100 60 0.35 -

ntary Section 308 Foundation Construction in

and Seismic Zone Section 308.5.2 Precast

Foliate Prestressed Piles (p. 3-25)

d Rock 2015:

3. Sandy 100 30 0.35

Where a structure is assigned to Seismic

Gravel

and/or

Zone 4, the following shall apply:

Gravel For the upper 20 ft (6m) of preacast

(GW & prestressed piles, the minimum volumetric

GP) ratio of spiral reinforcement shall not be

less than 0.007 of the amount required by

the following equation:

2010: *The constant 0.25 in equation 308.5.2 is

Where a structure is assigned to Seismic changed from the constant 0.12 in

Zone 4, the following shall apply. The equation 308.5.2 in NSCP 2010.

minimum volumetric ratio of spiral

reinforcement shall not be less than 0.007 +1.4 P

or the amount required by the following *The variable in equations

formula for the upper 6m of the pile. f ' cAg

308.5.2 and 308.5.3 is changed from

2015:

1.4 P

f cAg in equations 308.5.2 and

Note:

fc = specified compressive strength of

concrete, MPa 41.4MPa.

2010: fc = specified compressive strength of

concrete, MPa

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