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Wind Loads on Gable Frame to Australian Wind Code AS1170.2
 

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Use workbook to check or generate Height/Span limit charts for coldformed c-sections or other sections, using AS1170.2 and Kleinlogel formula. Or simply use to get the windloads on the on most buildings to AS1170.2. Calculates External pressure coefficients on each surface of building. Is depedenent on: AS4044.xls schStruMtrl.xls schTechLIB.xla To reduce number of links I have to update, I have deleted member checks to AS4600, and connection design. As I fix up the links, for use by ExcelCalc's users I will upload more complete version.
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01 May 2010
Submitted By:
InfoJunkie65
File Date:
01 May 2010
File Author:
Conrad Harrison
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1.0
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#2 InfoJunkie65 2012-01-31 09:27
Uploaded sample printout at scribd:

http://scr.bi/AsGIlh

The spreadsheet can be used for calculating design wind speed, considering 8 cardinal directions and determine the pressure coefficients on a doubly pitched low rise building (house, shed etc.) If don't want the rigid frame analysis just ignore it, just use that which as application across most projects.
 
 
#1 asafory 2010-11-20 17:23
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