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Program Description:

"ASCE798W" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of wind loading analysis for buildings

and structures per the ASCE 7-98 Code. Specifically, wind pressure coefficients and related and required

parameters are selected or calculated in order to compute the net design wind pressures.

Doc This documentation sheet

Simplified Analysis using simplified method for low-rise buildings with h <= 30’

MWFRS (Low-Rise) Main Wind-Force Resisting System for low-rise buildings with h <= 60’

MWFRS (Any Ht.) Main Wind-Force Resisting System for buildings of any height

Wall C&C Analysis of wall Components and Cladding

Roof C&C Analysis of roof Components and Cladding

Stacks & Tanks Analysis of cantilevered chimneys, stacks, and vertical tanks

Wind Map Basic wind speed map (Figure 6-1 of ASCE 7-98 Code)

1. This program assumes only enclosed or partially enclosed buildings. Open buildings are NOT considered.

2. Worksheet for Simplified analysis is applicable for buildings meeting the criteria of Section 6.4.1.

3. In the worksheet for Simplified analysis, the design MWFRS wind load is calculated for each direction.

This design load is assumed equal to 1/2 of the total load, as 1/2 is assumed to be taken at roof level and

the other 1/2 is taken at the base of the building.

4. Worksheet for MWFRS (Low-Rise) is applicable for low-rise buildings as defined in Section 6.2.

5. Worksheets for MWFRS (Any Ht.), Wall C&C, and Roof C&C are applicable for buildings with mean roof

heights of up to 500 feet.

6. Worksheet for Stacks & Tanks is applicable for cantilevered structures up to 600 feet tall.

7. Worksheets for Wall C&C and Roof C&C are applicable for flat roof buildings, gable roof buildings with roof

angles <= 45 degrees, and monoslope roof buildings with roof angles <= 3 degrees.

8. Worksheets for MWFRS (Any Ht.) and for Stacks & Tanks can handle “rigid” as well as “flexible” buildings

and structures. For “rigid” buildings or structures, this program uses the smaller value of either 0.85 or the

calculated value from Section 6.5.8.1 of the Code for the gust effect factor, 'G'. For “flexible” buildings or

structures, this program calculates the gust effect factor, ‘Gf’, per Section 6.5.8 of the Code based on the

assumed formula for the fundamental period of vibration from Section 9.5.3.3 of the Code.

9. This program uses the equations listed in the reference, “Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of

ASCE 7-98” for determining the external wind pressure coefficients, ‘GCp’, used in the Wall C&C and Roof

C&C worksheets.

10. This program contains numerous “comment boxes” which contain a wide variety of information including

explanations of input or output items, equations used, data tables, etc. (Note: presence of a “comment box”

is denoted by a “red triangle” in the upper right-hand corner of a cell. Merely move the mouse pointer to the

desired cell to view the contents of that particular "comment box".)

"ASCE798W.xls" Program

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Low-Rise Buildings with h <= 30' and Roof θ < 10o

Using Method 1: Simplified Procedure (Section 6.4)

Job Name: Subject: ###

Job Number: Originator: Checker: ###

###

Input Data: ###

###

Wind Speed, V = 130 mph (Wind Map, Fig. 6-1) ###

Bldg. Classification = II (Table 1-1) ###

Exposure Category = C (Sect. 6.5.6) (Do not use Exp. "A") Length ###

Ridge Height, hr = 15.00 ft. (hr >= he) ###

Eave Height, he = 15.00 ft. (he <= hr) ###

Building Width = 30.00 ft. (Normal to Building Ridge) I

Building Length = 60.00 ft. (Parallel to Building Ridge) Width II

Roof Type = Monoslope (Gable or Monoslope) Plan III

Enclosed? (Y/N) Y (Sect. 6.2 & Table 6-7) IV

MWFRS Trib. Area = 1800.00 ft.^2 A

Roof C&C Name = Joist (Purlin, Joist, Decking, or Fastener) B

Roof C&C Area = 300.00 ft.^2 (for Component/Cladding) θ<10o C

Wall C&C Name = Wall (Girt, Siding, Wall, or Fastener) hr D

h<=30'

Wall C&C Area = 75.00 ft.^2 (for Component/Cladding) he Gable

Monoslope

Resulting Parameters and Net Design Pressures: Width Y

Elevation N

Roof Angle, θ = 0.00 deg. Purlin

Mean Roof Ht., h = 15.00 ft. (h = he for θ < 10 deg.) Joist

Decking

MWFRS Net Pressures Design MWFRS Load Fastener

Location p (psf) ΣP (kips) ΣP (kips) Girt

Roof -36.96 (Width) (Length) Siding

Walls 40.60 9.14 18.27 Wall

Fastener

Components & Cladding Net Pressures ###

Location Zone +p (psf) -p (psf) ###

1 14.00 -39.20 Roof

Roof Joist 2 14.00 -46.20 ###

3 14.00 -46.20 ###

Wall 4 37.49 -41.61 ###

5 37.49 -46.90 ###

###

Notes: 1. Design wind pressures are net pressures (sum of external and internal pressures). ###

2. Wall net pressure for MWFRS is total for both windward and leeward walls. Walls

3. (+) and (-) signs signify wind pressures acting toward & away from respective surfaces. ###

4. Net pressures taken from Tables 6-2, 6-3A and 6-3B and include the following "multipliers": ###

Exposure Factor = 1.40 ###

Area Reduction Factor = 0.80

Importance Factor, I = 1.00

5. Wall & Roof End Zone Widths for Components & Cladding: a = 3.00 ft.

6. Minimum wind load for MWFRS and C&C shall not be less than 10 psf. Component

7. References: a. ASCE 7-98, "Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures". Roof:

b. "Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-98" 2(+) =

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Enclosed or Partially Enclosed Buildings

Using Method 2: Analytical Procedure (Section 6.5) for Low-Rise Buildings

Job Name: Subject: II

Job Number: Originator: Checker: III

IV

Input Data: A

B

Wind Speed, V = 90 mph (Wind Map, Fig. 6-1) C

Bldg. Classification = II (Table 1-1) Wind D

Exposure Category = C (Sect. 6.5.6) B Gable

Ridge Height, hr = 53.33 ft. (hr >= he) Monoslope

Eave Height, he = 20.00 ft. (he <= hr) Y

Building Width = 200.00 ft. (Normal to Building Ridge) N

Building Length = 250.00 ft. (Parallel to Building Ridge) L Roof Zone 3E =

Roof Type = Gable (Gable or Monoslope) Wall Zone 4E =

Plan

Topo. Factor, Kzt = 1.00 (Sect. 6.5.7)

Direct. Factor, Kd = 0.85 (Table 6-6)

Enclosed? (Y/N) Y (Sect. 6.2 & Table 6-7) For Case 'A':

θo 0.5*L =

hr 2.5*h =

h<=60'

Resulting Parameters and Coefficients: heUse =

Mean Roof Ht., h = 36.67 ft. (h = (hr+he)/2, for angle >10 deg.) Elevation For Case 'B

Wall Zone 1 =

Check Criteria for a Low-Rise Building: Roof Zone 2 =

1. Is h <= 60' ? Yes, O.K. 2. Is h <= Lesser of L or B? Yes, O.K. Roof Zone 3 =

Wall Zone 4 =

External Pressure Coeff's., GCpf (Fig. 6-4): Wall Zone 5 =

(For values, see following wind load tabulations.) Wall Zone 6 =

Positive & Negative Internal Pressure Coefficients, GCpi (Table 6-7): Wall Zone 1E =

+GCpi Coef. = 0.18 (positive internal pressure) Roof Zone 2E =

-GCpi Coef. = -0.18 (negative internal pressure) Roof Zone 3E =

Wall Zone 4E =

If h < 15 then: Kh = 2.01*(15/zg)^(2/α) (Table 6-5, Case 1b) Wall Zone 5E =

If h >= 15 then: Kh = 2.01*(z/zg)^(2/α) (Table 6-5, Case 1b) Wall Zone 6E =

α= 9.50 (Table 6-4)

zg = 900 (Table 6-4)

Kh = 1.02 (Kh = Kz evaluated at z = h) Lesser of L or B:

I= 1.00 (Table 6-1) (Importance factor) 0.1*(L or B):

Compare to 0.4*h:

Velocity Pressure: qz = 0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (Sect. 6.5.10, Eq. 6-13) Compare to .04*(L, B):

qh = 18.06 psf qh = 0.00256*Kh*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (qz evaluated at z Compare

= h) to 3':

Design Net External Wind Pressures (Sect. 6.5.12.2.2): Use 'a' =

p = qh*[(GCpf) - (+/-GCpi)] (psf, Eq. 6-16) Use '2*a' =

Wall and Roof End Zone Widths 'a' and '2*a' (Fig. 6-4):

a = 14.67 ft.

2*a = 29.33 ft.

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MWFRS Wind Load Tabulation for Case 'A' Case 'A' Rotated (Corner II)

Surface GCpf p = Net Pressures (psf) Surface *GCpf p = Net Pressures (psf)

(w/ +GCpi) (w/ -GCpi) (w/ +GCpi) (w/ -GCpi)

Zone 1 0.52 6.08 12.58 Zone 1 0.40 3.97 10.47

Zone 2 -0.69 -15.71 -9.21 Zone 2 -0.69 -15.71 -9.21

Zone 3 -0.47 -11.71 -5.21 Zone 3 -0.37 -9.93 -3.43

Zone 4 -0.42 -10.75 -4.25 Zone 4 -0.29 -8.49 -1.99

Zone 1E 0.78 10.84 17.34 Zone 1E 0.61 7.77 14.27

Zone 2E -1.07 -22.57 -16.07 Zone 2E -1.07 -22.57 -16.07

Zone 3E -0.67 -15.41 -8.91 Zone 3E -0.53 -12.82 -6.32

Zone 4E -0.62 -14.41 -7.91 Zone 4E -0.43 -11.02 -4.51

For Case 'A' when GCpf is neg. in Zone 2: For Case 'A' rot. when GCpf is neg. in Zone 2:

Zone 2 distance = 91.66 ft. Zone 2 distance = 91.66 ft.

Remainder of roof Zone 2 to have roof Zone 3 pressures.

MWFRS Wind Load Tabulation for Case 'B' Case 'B' Rotated (Corner II)

Surface GCpf p = Net Pressure (psf) Surface GCpf p = Net Pressure (psf)

(w/ +GCpi) (w/ -GCpi) (w/ +GCpi) (w/ -GCpi)

Zone 1 -0.45 -11.38 -4.88 Zone 1 -0.45 -11.38 -4.88

Zone 2 -0.69 -15.71 -9.21 Zone 2 -0.69 -15.71 -9.21

Zone 3 -0.37 -9.93 -3.43 Zone 3 -0.37 -9.93 -3.43

Zone 4 -0.45 -11.38 -4.88 Zone 4 -0.45 -11.38 -4.88

Zone 5 0.40 3.97 10.47 Zone 5 0.40 3.97 10.47

Zone 6 -0.29 -8.49 -1.99 Zone 6 -0.29 -8.49 -1.99

Zone 1E -0.48 -11.92 -5.42 Zone 1E -0.48 -11.92 -5.42

Zone 2E -1.07 -22.57 -16.07 Zone 2E -1.07 -22.57 -16.07

Zone 3E -0.53 -12.82 -6.32 Zone 3E -0.53 -12.82 -6.32

Zone 4E -0.48 -11.92 -5.42 Zone 4E -0.48 -11.92 -5.42

Zone 5E 0.61 7.77 14.27 Zone 5E 0.61 7.77 14.27

Zone 6E -0.43 -11.02 -4.51 Zone 6E -0.43 -11.02 -4.51

Notes: 1. For Case 'A', Case 'A' Rotated (90 deg.), Case 'B', and Case 'B' Rotated (90 deg.):

Zone 1 is windward wall for interior zone. Zone 1E is windward wall for end zone.

Zone 2 is windward roof for interior zone. Zone 2E is windward roof for end zone.

Zone 3 is leeward roof for interior zone. Zone 3E is leeward roof for end zone.

Zone 4 is leeward wall for interior zone. Zone 4E is leeward wall for end zone.

Zone 5 is sidewall for interior zone. Zone 5E is sidewall for end zone.

Zone 6 is sidewall for interior zone. Zone 6E is sidewall for end zone.

2. (+) and (-) signs signify wind pressures acting toward & away from respective surfaces.

3. Per Code Section 6.1.4.1, the minimum wind load for MWFRS shall not be less than 10 psf.

4. References : a. ASCE 7-98, "Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures".

b. "Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-98"

by: Kishor C. Mehta and Dale C. Perry (2002).

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Enclosed or Partially Enclosed Buildings

Using Method 2: Analytical Procedure (Section 6.5) for Buildings of Any Height

Job Name: Subject:

Job Number: Originator: Checker:

Input Data:

Wind Speed, V = 120 mph (Wind Map, Fig. 6-1) Wind

Bldg. Classification = II (Table 1-1) B

Exposure Category = B (Sect. 6.5.6)

Ridge Height, hr = 157.00 ft. (hr >= he)

Eave Height, he = 157.00 ft. (he <= hr)

Building Width = 100.00 ft. (Normal to Building Ridge) L

Building Length = 200.00 ft. (Parallel to Building Ridge)

Plan

Roof Type = Monoslope (Gable or Monoslope)

Topo. Factor, Kzt = 1.00 (Sect. 6.5.7)

Direct. Factor, Kd = 0.85 (Table 6-6)

Enclosed? (Y/N) Y (Sect. 6.2 & Table 6-7) θo

Damping Ratio, β = 0.030 (Suggested Range = 0.010-0.070)

Period Coef., Ct = 0.0200 (Suggested Range = 0.020-0.035) hr h

(Assume: T = Ct*h^(3/4) , and f = 1/T) he

Elevation

Roof Angle, θ = 0.00 deg.

Mean Roof Ht., h = 157.00 ft. (h = he, for roof angle <=10 deg.) L = 100 ft.

Windward Wall Cp = 0.80 (Fig. 6-3) B = 200 ft.

Leeward Wall Cp = -0.50 (Fig. 6-3)

Side Walls Cp = -0.70 (Fig. 6-3)

Roof Cp (zone #1) = -1.04 (Fig. 6-3) (zone #1 for 0 to h/2)

Roof Cp (zone #2) = -0.70 (Fig. 6-3) (zone #2 for h/2 to h)

Roof Cp (zone #3) = N.A. (Fig. 6-3) (zone #3 for h to 2*h)

Roof Cp (zone #4) = N.A. (Fig. 6-3) (zone #4 for > 2*h)

+GCpi Coef. = 0.18 (Table 6-7) (positive internal pressure)

-GCpi Coef. = -0.18 (Table 6-7) (negative internal pressure)

If z <= 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(15/zg)^(2/α) , If z > 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(z/zg)^(2/α) (Table 6-5, Case 2a)

α= 7.00 zg = 1200 (Table 6-4)

Kh = 1.12 (Kh = Kz evaluated at z = h)

I= 1.00 (Table 6-1) (Importance factor)

Velocity Pressure: qz = 0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (Sect. 6.5.10, Eq. 6-13)

qh = 35.23 psf qh = 0.00256*Kh*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (qz evaluated at z = h)

Ratio h/L = 1.570 freq., f = 1.127 hz. (f >= 1, Rigid structure)

Gust Factor, G = 0.818 (Sect. 6.5.8)

Design Net External Wind Pressures (Sect. 6.5.12.2):

p = qz*G*Cp - qi*(+/-GCpi) for windward wall (psf), where: qi =qh (Eq. 6-15, Sect. 6.5.12.2.1)

p = qh*G*Cp - qi*(+/-GCpi) for leeward wall, sidewalls, and roof (psf), where: qi = qh (Sect. 6.5.12.2.1)

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Normal to Ridge Wind Load Tabulation for MWFRS - Buildings of Any Height

Surface z Kz qz Cp p = Net Design Press. (psf)

(ft.) (psf) (w/ +GCpi) (w/ -GCpi)

Windward Wall 0 0.57 18.01 0.80 5.45 18.13

15.00 0.57 18.01 0.80 5.45 18.13

20.00 0.62 19.55 0.80 6.46 19.14

25.00 0.67 20.84 0.80 7.30 19.98

30.00 0.70 21.95 0.80 8.03 20.71

35.00 0.73 22.94 0.80 8.68 21.36

40.00 0.76 23.83 0.80 9.26 21.94

45.00 0.79 24.65 0.80 9.80 22.48

50.00 0.81 25.40 0.80 10.29 22.97

55.00 0.83 26.10 0.80 10.75 23.43

60.00 0.85 26.76 0.80 11.18 23.86

70.00 0.89 27.97 0.80 11.97 24.65

80.00 0.93 29.05 0.80 12.68 25.36

90.00 0.96 30.05 0.80 13.33 26.01

100.00 0.99 30.97 0.80 13.93 26.61

120.00 1.04 32.62 0.80 15.01 27.70

140.00 1.09 34.09 0.80 15.98 28.66

For z = hr: 157.00 1.12 35.23 0.80 16.72 29.40

For z = h: 157.00 1.12 35.23 0.80 16.72 29.40

Leeward Wall All - - -0.50 -20.75 -8.07

Side Walls All - - -0.70 -26.52 -13.84

Roof (zone #1) - - - -1.04 -36.32 -23.64

Roof (zone #2) - - - -0.70 -26.52 -13.84

Notes: 1. (+) and (-) signs signify wind pressures acting toward & away from respective surfaces.

2. Per Code Section 6.1.4.1, the minimum wind load for MWFRS shall not be less than 10 psf.

3. References : a. ASCE 7-98, "Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures".

b. "Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-98"

by: Kishor C. Mehta and Dale C. Perry (2002).

4. Roof zone #1 is applied for horizontal distance of 0 to h/2 from windward edge.

5. Roof zone #2 is applied for horizontal distance of h/2 to h from windward edge.

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G= 0.850

Parameters Used in Both Item #2 and Item #3 Calculations (from Table 6-4):

α^ = 0.143

b^ = 0.84

α(bar) = 0.250

b(bar) = 0.45

c= 0.30

l= 320 ft.

ε(bar) = 0.333

z(min) = 30 ft.

z(bar) = 94.20 = 0.6*h , but not < z(min) , ft.

Iz(bar) = 0.252 = c*(33/z(bar))^(1/6) , Eq. 6-3

Lz(bar) = 453.94 = l*(z(bar)/33)^(ε(bar)) , Eq. 6-5

gq = 3.4 (3.4, per Sect. 6.5.8.1)

gv = 3.4 (3.4, per Sect. 6.5.8.1)

gr = 4.218 = (2*(LN(3600*f)))^(1/2)+0.577/(2*LN(3600*f))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-7

Q= 0.805 = (1/(1+0.63*((B+h)/Lz(bar))^0.63))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-4

G= 0.818 = 0.925*((1+1.7*gq*Iz(bar)*Q)/(1+1.7*gv*Iz(bar))) , Eq. 6-2

β= 0.030 Damping Ratio

Ct = 0.020 Period Coefficient

T= 0.887 = Ct*h^(3/4) , sec. (Period)

f= 1.127 = 1/T , Hz. (Natural Frequency)

V(fps) = N.A. = V(mph)*(88/60) , ft./sec.

V(bar,zbar) = N.A. = b(bar)*(z(bar)/33)^(α(bar))*V*(88/60) , ft./sec. , Eq. 6-12

N1 = N.A. = f*Lz(bar)/(V(bar,zbar)) , Eq. 6-10

Rn = N.A. = 7.47*N1/(1+10.3*N1)^(5/3) , Eq. 6-9

ηh = N.A. = 4.6*f*h/(V(bar,zbar))

Rh = N.A. = (1/ηh)-1/(2*ηh^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηh)) for ηh > 0, or = 1 for ηh = 0 ,Eq. 6-11

ηB = N.A. = 4.6*f*B/(V(bar,zbar))

RB = N.A. = (1/ηB)-1/(2*ηB^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηB)) for ηB > 0, or = 1 for ηB = 0,Eq. 6-11

ηL = N.A. = 15.4*f*L/(V(bar,zbar))

RL = N.A. = (1/ηL)-1/(2*ηL^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηL)) for ηL > 0, or = 1 for ηL = 0 ,Eq. 6-11

R= N.A. = ((1/β)*Rn*Rh*RB*(0.53+0.47*RL))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-8

Gf = N.A. = 0.925*(1+1.7*Iz(bar)*(gq^2*Q^2+gr^2*R^2)^(1/2))/(1+1.7*gv*Iz(bar)) ,

Use: G = 0.818 Eq. 6-6

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Wind Pressure Combinations for Full and Partial Loading of MWFRS for Buildings with h > 60 ft.

Case 1: Full design wind pressures acting on the projected area perpendicular to each principal axis of

the building considered separately.

Case 2: Wind pressure as defined in Case 1, but with a 25% reduction in pressure acting on 50% of the

projected area bounded by the extreme projected edge of the building.

Case 3: Wind pressure as defined in Case 1, but considered to act simultaneously at 75% of the

specified value.

Case 4: Wind pressure as defined in Case 3, but with a 25% reduction of these pressures acting on 50%

of the projected area bounded by the extreme projected edge of the building.

Notes: 1. Design wind pressures for windward (Pw) and leeward (PL) faces are obtained from provisions

for buildings with a mean roof height, h > 60 ft. (per Sect. 6.5.12).

2. Above diagrams show plan view of building.

3. Pw = Windward face design pressure , PL = Leeward face design pressure.

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Buildings of Any Height

Using Method 2: Analytical Procedure (Section 6.5)

Job Name: Subject: II

Job Number: Originator: Checker: III

IV

Input Data: A

B

Wind Speed, V = 90 mph (Wind Map, Fig. 6-1) C

Bldg. Classification = II (Table 1-1) D

Exposure Category = C (Sect. 6.5.6) B Gable

Ridge Height, hr = 53.33 ft. (hr >= he) Monoslope

Eave Height, he = 20.00 ft. (he <= hr) Y

Building Width = 200.00 ft. (Normal to Building Ridge) N

Building Length = 250.00 ft. (Parallel to Building Ridge) L Girt

Roof Type = Gable (Gable or Monoslope) Siding

Plan

Topo. Factor, Kzt = 1.00 (Sect. 6.5.7) Wall

Direct. Factor, Kd = 0.85 (Table 6-6) Fastener

Enclosed? (Y/N) Y (Sect. 6.2 & Table 6-7) Use 'a' =

Component Name = Girt (Girt, Siding, Wall, or Fastener) θo

Effective Area, Ae = 208 ft.^2 (Area Tributary to C&C) hr

h

he =

+GCpi Coef. (PIP)

-GCpi Coef. (NIP) =

Resulting Parameters and Coefficients: L

Elevation

Roof Angle, θ = 18.43 deg. α=

Mean Roof Ht., h = 36.67 ft. (h = (hr+he)/2, for roof angle >10 deg.) zg =

Kh =

Wall External Pressure Coefficients, GCp: I=

GCp Zone 4 Pos. = 0.77 (Fig. 6-5A) qh =

GCp Zone 5 Pos. = 0.77 (Fig. 6-5A)

GCp Zone 4 Neg. = -0.87 (Fig. 6-5A)

GCp Zone 5 Neg. = -0.93 (Fig. 6-5A)

Positive & Negative Internal Pressure Coefficients, GCpi (Table 6-7):

+GCpi Coef. = 0.18 (positive internal pressure)

-GCpi Coef. = -0.18 (negative internal pressure)

If z <= 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(15/zg)^(2/α) , If z > 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(z/zg)^(2/α) (Table 6-5, Case 1a)

α= 9.50 (Table 6-4)

zg = 900 (Table 6-4)

Kh = 1.02 (Kh = Kz evaluated at z = h)

I= 1.00 (Table 6-1) (Importance factor)

Velocity Pressure: qz = 0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (Sect. 6.5.10, Eq. 6-13)

qh = 18.06 psf qh = 0.00256*Kh*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (qz evaluated at z = h)

For h <= 60 ft.: p = qh*((GCp) - (+/-GCpi)) (psf)

For h > 60 ft.: p = q*(GCp) - qi*(+/-GCpi) (psf)

where: q = qz for windward walls, q = qh for leeward walls and side walls

qi = qh for all walls (conservatively assumed per Sect. 6.5.12.4.2)

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Component z Kh qh p = Net Design Pressures (psf)

(ft.) (psf) Zone 4 (+) Zone 4 (-) Zone 5 (+) Zone 5 (-)

Girt 0 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

15.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

20.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

25.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

30.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

35.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

40.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

45.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

50.00 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

For z = hr: 53.33 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

For z = h: 36.67 1.02 18.06 17.11 -18.91 17.11 -20.13

Notes: 1. (+) and (-) signs signify wind pressures acting toward & away from respective surfaces.

2. Width of Zone 5 (end zones), 'a' = 14.67 ft.

3. Per Code Section 6.1.4.2, the minimum wind load for C&C shall not be less than 10 psf.

4. References : a. ASCE 7-98, "Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures".

b. "Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-98"

by: Kishor C. Mehta and Dale C. Perry (2002).

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Bldgs. of Any Height with Gable Roof θ <= 45o or Monoslope Roof θ <= 3o

Using Method 2: Analytical Procedure (Section 6.5)

Job Name: Subject: II

Job Number: Originator: Checker: III

IV

Input Data: A

B

Wind Speed, V = 90 mph (Wind Map, Fig. 6-1) C

Bldg. Classification = II (Table 1-1) D

Exposure Category = C (Sect. 6.5.6) B Gable

Ridge Height, hr = 53.33 ft. (hr >= he) Monoslope

Eave Height, he = 20.00 ft. (he <= hr) Y

Building Width = 200.00 ft. (Normal to Building Ridge) N

Building Length = 250.00 ft. (Parallel to Building Ridge) L Purlin

Roof Type = Gable (Gable or Monoslope) Joist

Plan

Topo. Factor, Kzt = 1.00 (Sect. 6.5.7) Decking

Direct. Factor, Kd = 0.85 (Table 6-6) Fastener

Enclosed? (Y/N) Y (Sect. 6.2 & Table 6-7) For Zone 1 Neg. =

Component Name = Joist (Purlin, Joist, Decking, or Fastener) θ o For Zone 2 Neg. =

Effective Area, Ae = 208 ft.^2 (Area Tributary to C&C) hr Forh Zone 3 Neg. =

Overhangs? (Y/N) N (if used, overhangs on all sides) he =

Use Zone 1,2,3 Pos.

Use Zone 1 Neg. =

L Use Zone 2 Neg. =

Resulting Parameters and Coefficients: Use Zone 3 Neg. =

Elevation

Mean Roof Ht., h = 36.67 ft. (h = (hr+he)/2, for roof angle >10 deg.) Fig. 6-5B:

GCp Zone 1-3 Pos. = 0.30 (Fig. 6-5B) For Zone 1 Neg. =

GCp Zone 1 Neg. = -0.80 (Fig. 6-5B) For Zone 2 Neg. =

GCp Zone 2 Neg. = -1.40 (Fig. 6-5B) For Zone 3 Neg. =

GCp Zone 3 Neg. = -1.40 (Fig. 6-5B)

Positive & Negative Internal Pressure Coefficients, GCpi (Table 6-7): For Zone 1,2,3 Pos. =

+GCpi Coef. = 0.18 (positive internal pressure) For Zone 1 Neg. =

-GCpi Coef. = -0.18 (negative internal pressure) For Zone 2 Neg. =

If z <= 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(15/zg)^(2/α) , If z > 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(z/zg)^(2/α) (Table 6-5, Case 1a) 3 Neg. =

For Zone

α= 9.50

zg = 900 (Table 6-4) For Zone 1,2,3 Pos. =

Kh = 1.02 (Kh = Kz evaluated at z = h) For Zone 1 Neg. =

I= 1.00 (Table 6-1) (Importance factor) For Zone 2 Neg. =

Velocity Pressure: qz = 0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (Sect. 6.5.10, Eq. 6-13) For Zone 3 Neg. =

qh = 18.06 psf qh = 0.00256*Kh*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I (qz evaluated

Use

at zZone

= h) 1,2,3 Pos. =

Use Zone 1 Neg. =

Design Net External Wind Pressures (Sect. 6.5.12.4): Use Zone 2 Neg. =

For h <= 60 ft.: p = qh*((GCp) - (+/-GCpi)) (psf) Use Zone 3 Neg. =

For h > 60 ft.: p = q*(GCp) - qi*(+/-GCpi) (psf)

where: q = qh for roof

qi = qh for roof (conservatively assumed per Sect. 6.5.12.4.2)

Width 'a' for

Lesser of L or B:

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Component z Kh qh p = Net Design Pressures (psf)

(ft.) (psf) Zone 1,2,3 (+) Zone 1 (-) Zone 2 (-) Zone 3 (-)

Joist 0 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

15.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

20.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

25.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

30.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

35.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

40.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

45.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

50.00 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

For z = hr: 53.33 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

For z = h: 36.67 1.02 18.06 8.67 -17.70 -28.53 -28.53

Notes: 1. (+) and (-) signs signify wind pressures acting toward & away from respective surfaces.

2. Width of Zone 2 (edge), 'a' = 14.67 ft.

3. Width of Zone 3 (corner), 'a' = 14.67 ft.

4. For monoslope roofs with θ <= 3 degrees, use Fig. 6-5B for 'GCp' values with 'qh'.

5. For buildings with h > 60' and θ > 10 degrees, use Fig. 6-5B for 'GCpi' values with 'qh'.

6. For all buildings with overhangs, use Fig. 6-5B for 'GCp' values per Sect. 6.5.11.4.2.

7. If a parapet >= 3' in height is provided around perimeter of roof with θ <= 10 degrees,

Zone 3 shall be treated as Zone 2.

8. Per Code Section 6.1.4.2, the minimum wind load for C&C shall not be less than 10 psf.

9. References : a. ASCE 7-98, "Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures".

b. "Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-98"

by: Kishor C. Mehta and Dale C. Perry (2002).

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(for Gable Roofs <= 10o and Monoslope Roofs <= 3o)

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Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Cantilevered Structures Classified as Other Structures

I

Job Name: Subject: II

Job Number: Originator: Checker: III

IV

Input Data: D A

B

V= 90 mph (Design Wind Speed from Fig. 6-1) C

Class. = II (Structure Classification from Table 1-1) D

Exposure = B (Exposure Category from Sect. 6.5.6) Wind h Round

Kzt = 1.00 (Topographic Factor from Sect. 6.5.7) Hexagonal

h= 80.00 ft. (Height of Stack/Tank itself) Square

Hb = 50.00 ft. (Ht. of Stack/Tank Base Above Ground) Y

D= 3.00 ft. (Diameter or Width of Surface Normal to Wind) Hb >= 0 N

Shape? Round (Round, Hexagonal, or Square) Ground

β= 0.010 (Damping Ratio = 0.010-0.070) Elevation

Base Shear and Moment Tabula

Ct = 0.0412 (Period Coefficient = 0.020-0.035) for trapezoidal pressure distribu

Kd = 0.95 (Direct. Factor, Table 6-6) Wind Load Tabulation for Stack / Tank

z Kz qz p=qz*G*Cf F=qz*G*Cf*D

(ft.) (psf) (psf) (lb/ft)

Resulting Parameters and Coefficients: 50.00 0.81 15.97 12.54 37.61

55.00 0.83 16.41 12.88 38.65

If z < 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(15/zg)^(2/α) 60.00 0.85 16.82 13.21 39.62

If z >= 15 then: Kz = 2.01*(z/zg)^(2/α) 65.00 0.87 17.21 13.51 40.54

α= 7.00 (Table 6-4) 70.00 0.89 17.58 13.80 41.41

zg = 1200 (Table 6-4) 75.00 0.91 17.93 14.08 42.23

I= 1.00 (Table 6-1) (Import. Factor) 80.00 0.93 18.26 14.34 43.02

h/D = 26.667 85.00 0.94 18.58 14.59 43.77

freq., f = 0.907 Hz. (f < 1) Flexible 90.00 0.96 18.89 14.83 44.49

G= 1.122 (Gust Factor, Sect. 6.5.8) 95.00 0.97 19.18 15.06 45.18

Cf = 0.700 (Table 6-10) (Press. Coef.) 100.00 0.99 19.47 15.28 45.85

(for Mod. Smooth Surface) 105.00 1.00 19.74 15.50 46.49

110.00 1.02 20.00 15.71 47.12

Velocity Pressure (Sect. 6.5.10, Eq. 6-13): 120.00 1.04 20.51 16.10 48.30

qz = 0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2*I 130.00 1.07 20.98 16.47 49.42

p = qz*G*Cf (psf)

F = qz*G*Cf*D (lb/ft)

ΣM(total) = 324.23 ft-kips

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Flexible? Yes f < 1 Hz.

G= N.A.

Parameters Used in Both Item #2 and Item #3 Calculations (from Table 6-4):

α^ = 0.143

b^ = 0.84

α(bar) = 0.250

b(bar) = 0.45

c= 0.30

l= 320 ft.

ε(bar) = 0.333

z(min) = 30 ft.

z(bar) = 48.00 = 0.6*h , but not < z(min) , ft.

Iz(bar) = 0.282 = c*(33/z(bar))^(1/6) , Eq. 6-3

Lz(bar) = 362.57 = l*(z(bar)/33)^(ε(bar)) , Eq. 6-5

gq = 3.4 (3.4, per Sect. 6.5.8.1)

gv = 3.4 (3.4, per Sect. 6.5.8.1)

gr = 4.166 = (2*(LN(3600*f)))^(1/2)+0.577/(2*LN(3600*f))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-7

Q= 0.895 = (1/(1+0.63*((B+h)/Lz(bar))^0.63))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-4

G= N.A. = 0.925*((1+1.7*gq*Iz(bar)*Q)/(1+1.7*gv*Iz(bar))) , Eq. 6-2

β= 0.010 Damping Ratio

Ct = 0.041 Period Coefficient

T= 1.102 = Ct*h^(3/4) , sec. (Period)

f= 0.907 = 1/T , Hz. (Natural Frequency)

V(fps) = 132.00 = V(mph)*(88/60) , ft./sec.

V(bar,zbar) = 65.23 = b(bar)*(z(bar)/33)^(α(bar))*V*(88/60) , ft./sec. , Eq. 6-12

N1 = 5.043 = f*Lz(bar)/(V(bar,zbar)) , Eq. 6-10

Rn = 0.050 = 7.47*N1/(1+10.3*N1)^(5/3) , Eq. 6-9

ηh = 5.119 = 4.6*f*h/(V(bar,zbar))

Rh = 0.176 = (1/ηh)-1/(2*ηh^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηh)) for ηh > 0, or = 1 for ηh = 0 , Eq. 6-11a,b

ηB = 0.192 = 4.6*f*b/(V(bar,zbar))

RB = 0.883 = (1/ηB)-1/(2*ηB^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηB)) for ηB > 0, or = 1 for ηB = 0 , Eq. 6-11a,b

ηd = 0.643 = 15.4*f*L/(V(bar,zbar))

RL = 0.680 = (1/ηL)-1/(2*ηL^2)*(1-e^(-2*ηL)) for ηL > 0, or = 1 for ηL = 0 , Eq. 6-11a,b

R= 0.817 = ((1/β)*Rn*Rh*RB*(0.53+0.47*RL))^(1/2) , Eq. 6-8

Gf = 1.122 = 0.925*(1+1.7*Iz(bar)*(gq^2*Q^2+gr^2*R^2)^(1/2))/(1+1.7*gv*Iz(bar)) , Eq. 6-6

Use: G = 1.122

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FIGURE 6-1: Basic Wind Speed

FIGURE 6-1a: Western Gulf of Mexico Hurricane Coastline

FIGURE 6-1b: Eastern Gulf & Southeastern U.S. Hurricane Coastline

FIGURE 6-1c: Mid and Northern Atlantic Hurricane Coastline

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