Technical - Wind Loading - Northshore Sheet Metal, Inc

By: Northshore Sheet Metal  06-Dec-2011

This application utilizes wind loading calculations per the UBC. It can be used to calculate the uplift at the center of a panel for both corner and field situations.

The following data sources are used by this calculator:

  • Buildings under 60' in height : IBC_2003
  • Buildings between 60' and 400' in height: UBC_97
  • Buildings over 400' in height: Data not available.

This Calculator will not function for roof heights over 400'.

Note
that this application is intended as a aid only, and is provided as is. Northshore Sheet Metal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for problems which may arise from using this calculator and recommends manual verification of all data obtained. For further assistance, please


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