Design Wind Loading on a Steel Frame Warehouse Part 2 of 2

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In the two parts of the course, I will explain the full and detailed process of calculating the design wind pressures for structural members and cladding surfaces of the walls and roof of a steel-framed warehouse.

The assessment of wind loads for the design of structures is based on Australia/New Zealand standard AS1170.2 however the general concept remains the same for every other code.

AS1170 has a very detailed and comprehensive process for calculating wind pressures.

There are so many parameters and requirements in the code which often leaves people with some confusion and question marks on how to approach these. so I have decided to prepare this course to provide a clear roadmap for anyone who wants to learn the process step by step.

This course, “Design Wind Pressures on a Steel Structure Warehouse” includes two parts:

Please make sure to watch both parts to learn the whole design process.

In the first part of this course, you will learn

about the basics and general concepts of wind loading on structures within our practical and real-life example and also I will explain about how to calculate the wind parameters and where in the code I am getting these values from. These parameters include

– Regional wind speed for different areas of the country,

-Terrain/height multiplier and explaining the definition of different train categories,

– Defining Importance level of the buildings and return period of the wind considering the occupancy and use of the building

– Wind direction multiplier,

– Hill-shape multiplier,

– Shielding multiplier

– Site wind speed

– Design wind speed

– Aerodynamic shape factor for different surfaces or parts of the building.

Calculating aerodynamic shape factor requires calculating the external and internal pressure coefficients, area reduction factor, local pressure factor, action combination factor, permeable cladding factor, and dynamic response factor.

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