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External Pressure Coefficient Cp

External Pressure Coefficient Cp

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I am new to using the NBCC.. I am trying to determine the wind loads on my structure.

1)    Determining p requires me to find Cp where do I find this?
2)    I have a parapet type design so would I simply double the load because I have pressure on both sides?
3)    Uplift, is this the Pi? section 4.1.7.1 (3)

Thanks for the help..
 

RE: External Pressure Coefficient Cp

Hi,

First question - do you have the NBCC Part 4 Structural Commentaries (which is a separate publication)?

 

RE: External Pressure Coefficient Cp

(OP)
After I posted I realized that I needed to purchase the users guide. The problem I am running into now is that I purchased the 2010 NBCC and the user guide will not even be out until August. I have purchased a 10 day viewing of the 2005 and I am hoping that's going to be close.

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