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Internal Pressure Coefficient (AS/NZS 1170)

Internal Pressure Coefficient (AS/NZS 1170)

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I have a bit of confusion regarding the rules stated in the AS/NZS 1170 Section 5 on determining the internal pressure coefficient. I am wondering, is the Cpi determined from the table 5.1(A) or 5.1(B) for the whole building? Or is it only used as the Cpi on one surface?

RE: Internal Pressure Coefficient (AS/NZS 1170)

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RE: Internal Pressure Coefficient (AS/NZS 1170)

Internal pressures on all surfaces. Like blowing up a balloon..

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