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Wind loading codes and standards are designed to provide reasonably reliable design for the majority of buildings and structures. However, they don’t cover unusual forms or, often, wind sensitive components. On Thursday, September 10th, the NCSEA will host CPP Vice President Dr. Roy Denoon’s seminar, “Wind Engineering – Beyond the Code.” Education about wind engineering can be sparse, and a large proportion of wind-induced failures result from unidentified wind-sensitivity during design. The presentation will examine code limitations and present examples of under-designed structures and components, as well as alternative design approaches.
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