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**Figures 1.3.4.5(b) and 1.3.4.5(d) of this manual incorporate the external and internal pressure
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coefficients from ASCE 7-10 and provide the recommendation for applying the pressure

coefficients to single slope buildings for transverse and longitudinal directions, respectively.

In the transverse direction, for a roof slope up to 20 degrees, the roof pressure zones are

separated by a "pseudo" ridge line. However, where 20 < 30 , the building shall be

assumed to act as each half of a gable building with all cases investigated. (i.e. two cases

using pressure zones 2 and 2E over the entire roof, and two cases using pressure zones 3 and

3E over the entire roof).

**1.3.4.5.4 MBMA Recommendation for Open Buildings - MWFRS
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ASCE 7-10, Section 27.4.3 contains provisions for the main wind force resisting systems of

open buildings. The net design pressure for the MWFRS is determined from the following

equation:

p = qh G CN (ASCE 7-10, Eq. 27.4-3)

where,

qh = velocity pressure in pounds per square foot (psf).

G = gust effect factor from ASCE 7-10, Section 26.9.

CN = net pressure coefficient from ASCE 7-10 Figures 27.4-4 through

27.4-7.

**For winds perpendicular to the ridge, ASCE 7-10 Figures 27.4-4, 27.4-5, and 27.4-6 are for
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monosloped roofs, gable roofs, and troughed roofs, respectively. Net pressure coefficients are

given for two cases: (1) where there is clear wind flow through the building, and (2) where

there is obstructed wind flow. Obstructed wind flow occurs when objects below the roof

produce greater than a 50% blockage of the wind flow through the building. Also, note that

for gable roofs with a slope less than 7.5 , the coefficients for a monoslope roof (Figure 27.4-

4) with = 0 are to be used.

**It is important to note that the ASCE 7-10 provisions in Figures 27.4-4 through 27.4-6 have
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lower and upper limits on the ratio h/L, i.e. the mean roof height to the horizontal dimension

of roof measured in the along wind direction. Therefore, the MBMA recommendation for

building aspect ratios that fall outside the h/L limits, are to use the pressure coefficients

provided in Table 1.3.4.5(a). This is consistent with previous editions of MBMA Low-Rise

Building Systems Manual that were based on information found in Refs. B3.5 and B3.18.

**Also, the ASCE 7-10 provisions only apply to the roof surfaces. Therefore the MBMA
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recommendation for wall surfaces that might be clad, is to use the wall pressure coefficients

provided in Table 1.3.4.5(a) and Figure 1.3.4.5(e). This is consistent with previous editions

of MBMA Low-Rise Building Systems Manual that were based on information found in

Refs. B3.5 and B3.18.

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5(c) or 1. note that a strut purlin spanning in the longitudinal direction can conservatively be designed for the appropriate axial load based on Figure 1. The total wind force on the MWFRS in the longitudinal direction is given by the formula F = qhKBKs[GCpf]AE (2012 MBSM.3. this only covers pressures and suctions on the roof surfaces. = 1.64. B width of the building perpendicular to the ridge(ft).4. GCpf external pressure coefficient.4. with = 0.4- 7. MBMA recommends using the method that was developed by researchers at the Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory. = 0. 3. KB = frame width factor.5 Other MBMA Recommendations for MWFRS It is important to note that coefficients 1 and 4 (and 1E.8 0.65). 0.4. end walls with the gable filled with cladding and with additional end wall cladding. For wind pressures on the bare frames.5.3. AS effective solid area of the end wall.3. h. Use building surfaces (1 and 1E) for the windward wall and building surfaces (4 and 4E) for the leeward wall. The coefficients shall be based on a flat roof. 1. Part of this research is given in Appendix 7 Wind Load Commentary.3. shall be taken for an enclosed building in Figure 28. Equation 1. Section A7.3.4.4-1 of ASCE 7-10. 3. AE the total end wall area for an equivalent enclosed building (See Figure 1.4. and 3.59. taking into consideration wind azimuth.3.3.5) where. which do not contribute to the longitudinal wind brace requirements.5(d) are to be used in combination in designing the longitudinal wind-resisting system. solidity ratio = AS /AE.8 for B > 100 ft. 4E) of Figure 1.5 is applicable to buildings with open end walls. i. frame span.4e(1.5(e).5 ).5(e). Based on wind tunnel studies on multiple building configurations. Additionally. qh = velocity pressure evaluated at mean roof height.5(c) or 1. 1.3. University of Western Ontario in 2008 (Ref.4. the researchers developed a procedure for assessing wind drag loads on multiple bay open structures. n number of frames. net pressure coefficients are given in ASCE 7-10 Figure 27.e. Eq.3.4.4. However.20 + 0.3.073(n 3) + 0. Metal Building Systems Manual For winds parallel to the ridge. solidity ratio and number of frames. the projected area of any portion of the end wall that would be exposed to the wind (See Figure 1.4.5(d) in 22 . Ks shielding factor.01B for B 100 ft. or on clad surfaces on the endwalls. not to be taken less than n = 3.3.

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