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Wind profile - Wall Pressure vs Height 350 The wind force...

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The wind force at each slab level would be calculated for a 30 story high rise building, located in Miami Dade County. 30 The building is 60 x 60 foot square and 29 10 feet per floor. 28 This building has been classified to be 27 enclose on a level surface, Category II 26 26th Floor and Exposure C. 25 24 Floor 23 22 21 20 71.43 19 18 Main Force Resisting System 17 16 Wind Pressure, p 15 14 Windward Wall 35.87 13 Leeward Wall -18.85 12 Total Pressure 17.01 11 10 Components and Cladding 9 8 Wind Pressure, p 7 6 Windward Wall 29.58 5 Leeward Wall 57.11 4 Total Pressure 86.69 3 2 1 Velocity Pressure, qz qz lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 lb/ft 2 -20.00 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Wall Pressure vs Height Column B Column B Pressure, p (lb/ft^2) Height, h (ft)
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The wind forces would be calculated for a 30-story high rise building at each slab level in Miami Dade County Building data: 30 story high 60 X 60 foot square 10 feet per floor The building is Category II and Exposure C Enclose building Gust Factor Calculations: 300 (ft) G = 0.925 ((1+1.7*gq*I*z*Q)/(1+1.7*gv*I*z))
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