I'm just started using the 2010 Florida Building Code. In it, it references ASCE 7-10 and ACI 318-08. But the wind calculations of ASCE 7-10 come out as LRFD values, yet the Load factors in ACI still address wind as an allowable stress case. In other words, the LRFD wind combinations for ASCE 7-10 multiply W by 1.0 and ACI still multiplies W by 1.3 or 1.6. I'm assuming that the next edition of ACI will adjust the load combinations for this, but has there been any discussion in Florida about this disconnect?
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