Free Shipping on Order Over $60
AfterPay Available
Wind Loads: Time Saving Methods Using the 2018 IBC and ASCE/SEI 7-16

Wind Loads: Time Saving Methods Using the 2018 IBC and ASCE/SEI 7-16

Time Saving Methods Using the 2018 IBC and ASCE/SEI 7-16

by David A. Fanella
Publication Date: 26/12/2020
or 4 easy payments of $25.44 with
      Please Note: We will source your item through a special order. Generally sent within 120 days.
This item qualifies for FREE delivery
Concise, visual explanations of code provisions that apply to wind loads

This practical guide provides engineers with a visual overview of the code provisions pertinent to wind loads. Free of complicated and confusing explanations, the book includes numerous design aids, figures, and flowcharts that clearly demonstrate the code provisions. Written by a recognized expert in the field, Wind Loads: Time-Saving Methods Using the 2018 IBC and ASCE/SEI 7-16 contains simplified, step-by-step procedures that can be applied to main wind force resisting systems and components and cladding of building and nonbuilding structures. Examples and companion online Excel spreadsheets can be used to accurately and efficiently calculate wind loads. 

Coverage includes wind load requirements for:
  • Wind velocity pressure
  • Gust effects on rigid and flexible buildings and other structures
  • Main wind force resisting systems of buildings and other structures
  • Components and cladding of buildings and other structures
  • Enclosed, partially enclosed, partially open, and open buildings of all heights
  • Low-rise buildings
  • Roof overhangs and parapets
  • Building appurtenances and other structures
  • Solid freestanding walls and signs
  • Chimneys, tanks, open signs, single-plane open frames, and trussed towers
  • Rooftop structures and equipment
  • Circular bins, silos, and tanks
  • Rooftop solar panels

Engineering: general
Publication Date:
McGraw-Hill Education
Country of origin:
United States

Our US supplier has this title on order.  You can place a backorder for this title now and we will ship it to you when it becomes available. 

While we are unable to provide a delivery estimate, most backorders will be delivered within 120 days. If we are informed by our supplier that the title is no longer available during this time, we will cancel and refund you for this item.  Likewise, if no delivery estimate has been provided within 120 days, we will contact our supplier for an update.  If there is still no delivery estimate we will then cancel the item and provided you with a refund.

If we are able to secure you a copy of the title, our supplier will send it to our Sydney warehouse.  Once received we make sure it is in perfect condition and then despatch it to you via the Australia Post eParcel service, which includes online tracking.  You will receive a shipping notice from us when this occurs.

Customer Reviews

Be the first to review Wind Loads: Time Saving Methods Using the 2018 IBC and ASCE/SEI 7-16.