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© 2000 Chris Buczkowski Issue Sheet v1.0


ISSUE SHEET
FOR MICROSOFT EXCEL
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Version 1.0
Please ensure you have the latest version of this software, which may be downloaded
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No. 1 published 28 February 1990. high. The workbook contains spreadsheets which c
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readsheet implements the full Standard Method of
ing wind loads for buildings in accordance with BS 6399 :
1997. This method is suitable for buildings up to 100m
he workbook contains spreadsheets which can be printed
plete calculation pages. It also contains spreadsheets
an be used as design aids, useful for hand calculations or
spreadsheets:
DESIGN WORKBOOK
readsheet implements the full Standard Method of
ing wind loads for buildings in accordance with BS 6399 :
1997. This method is suitable for buildings up to 100m
he workbook contains spreadsheets which can be printed
plete calculation pages. It also contains spreadsheets
an be used as design aids, useful for hand calculations or
ng designs. For Engineers new to the code, the
sheet can prove an invaluable teaching aid.

est version of Wind Design Workbook may be


aded from :
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