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Wind Load in SAP2000

Wind Load in SAP2000

Wind Load in SAP2000

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Hello Friends,
How to add Wind Load on a structure through SAP2000, we have the methods where the Wind Load can be converted to a vertical load.?, So neglecting ofcourse, I don't wanna do the calculations, how to apply the Wind Load into the Structure in SAP2000.?
Also can you send me any links, videos, pointing towards the applying of the Wind Load to the structure.?
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Can you suggest some Structural Engineering Dissertation topics, with less practical and more theory based, Please?
Thankyou

RE: Wind Load in SAP2000

Search engines are usually pretty good at finding stuff like
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-hYFLrQckY

(Found by using the search term "sap2000 tutorial wind load")

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