Homework-5a

# Homework-5a - Show the pressures on each window and door...

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Florida International University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering CES-4600 / EGN-5439. The Design of Tall Buildings Homework #5 due on Wednesday, 11 June 2008 (10 points). Study Example #1 worked out in Lecture-08 (ASCE-7-02 Method 2 for Buildings less than 60 feet high). Use the same warehouse, but now located in Miami-Dade County, around MIA (Miami International Airport). Locate the official Miami-Dade County Wind Map and use it in your notes. Use Exposure C. Submit the entire calculations, and show (in AutoCAD) the 4 wind directions for the Include an AutoCAD drawing of the warehouse plan view and a 50 foot elevation (notice that I only provided the 100 foot elevation and an isometric).

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Unformatted text preview: Show the pressures on each window and door (as if you were going to purchase these openings). You can work in groups. Identify all contributors, and what part they provided. Submit your answers in WORD via e-mail. However, if you are an undergraduate, also submit a paper copy in class, to be used for our ABET accreditation visit this fall. Use the format shown on the next sheet. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering CEG-4600 - The Design of Tall Buildings Homework No. 2 Name _____________________________________________ 14 May 2008 Describe problem here. Solution. Figures....
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## This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course CES 4600 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FIU.

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