asce7‐10 components & cladding wind load provisions components & cladding wind load provisions roofs & walls 3. wind loads for signs, other structures, roof top structures, equipment & other special conditions 4. wind tunnel applications for buildings 5. wind loads on non‐standard buildings
increase the thickness of the wall or roof by the dimension of the panel’s thickness. existing roof overhangs should be greater than the added thickness of the wall, or provisions should be made for extending overhangs. consider whether doors and windows will be replaced with the retrofit. develop an access plan for later removal and
this one is a little tricky because you'll have to run up the wall to reach this ledge, but it's not that high up in relation to how tall the wall actually is. if you're starting at the east end of the cliff, run about eight paces up before running west sideways along the cliff (right, from the gamer's point of view).
the vertical force, f v, on rooftop structures and equipment is determined by the following equation: f v = q h (gc r)a r (asce 7-10 equation 29.5-3) q h = velocity pressure evaluated at the mean roof height of the building. a r = horizontal projected area of rooftop structure or equipment. gc r = 1.5 for rooftop structures and equipment with a
roof and wall cladding roll forming machine. unlike a trapezoidal sheet roll forming machine whose primary products are roofing sheets, a roof and wall cladding sheet roll forming machine usually gives customers roof panels when they have order or needs for roofing projects, and wall panels when there is a wall cladding projects. like other metal sheet roll forming machine, a roof & wall
the wind pressure then varies on these components and cladding based upon their respective effective wind area. other structures and building appurtenances are defined as “rooftop structures, rooftop equipment, solid freestanding walls, freestanding solid signs, chimneys, tanks, open signs, lattice framework, and trussed towers”.