PONDING9.xls
 

This Excel calculation can be downloaded by ExcelCalcs subscribers.Please login or Subscribe.

Description:

"PONDING9" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis for ponding for low slope or flat roof systems in structural steel per the AISC 9th Edition (ASD) Code, pages 5-83 to 5-84 and 5-175 to 5-179. Specifically, simplified checks are performed for the steel members as well as the steel deck. A rigorous analysis, whether actually required or not, is also performed for the steel members.

This program is a workbook consisting of two (2) worksheets, described as follows:

  • Doc - Documentation sheet
  • Ponding - Ponding analysis per AISC 9th Edition (ASD) Manual

All the worksheets are independent and self contained, so that you can move them from one workbook to another. All the worksheets are protected, but not with a password.

Program Assumptions and Limitations:

1.  This program utilizes the equations in AISC Code Sect. K2 to perform a simplified check on the primary and secondary members, as well as the steel roof deck.

2.  This program also performs a rigorous analysis on the primary and secondary members utilizing the equations in AISC Code Commentary Sect. C-K2.

3.  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".)

Calculation Reference
AISC
| Find on Amazon.com | Find on Amazon.co.uk | Find on Amazon.fr | Find on Amazon.de | Find on Amazon.ca |

 

Version History
Subscribe to this topic and get notified by mail about new posts Favorite to this topic Discuss this item in the forum. Check the version history to see how this calculation has changed over time. Use the Subscribe button to receive an automatic email should this calculation be updated to a higher version. Use the Favourite button so you can easily find this calculation in the future.

Submitted On:
10 Jul 2007
Submitted By:
ATomanovich
File Date:
10 Jul 2007
File Author:
Alex Tomanovich
File Version:
2.0
File Size:
55.00Kb
File Type:
xls
Downloads:
402
Rating:
stars/5.gifTotal Votes:4
HTML Link:
Copy code below to your web page to create link to this page:
HTML Window:
Copy code below to your web page to create a dynamic window to this download:
Like This?:
View the profile of the person who submitted this calculation and see all their other calculations hosted at ExcelCalcs.
Need Help?:
Use the comment feature below to raise any questions relating to this download. The question will be automatically emailed the author and all users subscribing to this comment thread.

Comments  

 
#2 Heinzig 2019-02-25 18:02
Alex, Very nice analysis. Thanks! Mark
 
 
#1 MSH 2008-09-09 16:21
After I used, benefited, and enjoyed your spreadsheets, finally I found the time to say, "Thank you".
 

Please sign in or register to add a comment.

We have 2 guests and 37 members online
Contact Us
post/emailEmail (preferred method of contact)
telephone US +1 617 5008224
telephone EU +44 113 8152220
Our Feeds
Repository RSS. Forum RSS. User Comment RSS. News RSS.

 

 

Real Time Analytics