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Wind Loads on NonBuilding Structures

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Overview

This session focuses on wind loads on non-building structures, including equipment, screenwalls, PV, and signs. The session discusses ASCE 7 wind load provisions for non-building structures and how to correctly apply them through examples. An in-depth exploration for engineering commonly encountered situations that are not directly addressed in the code. Sample topics include:

  1. Horizontal and vertical components of wind load for rooftop equipment.
  2. Wind load on rooftop equipment on buildings less than 60 feet and over 60 feet.
  3. Rooftop screenwalls.
  4. Signs.
  5. Canopies.
  6. Tall parapets.
  7. Wind loads on trellises.
Attendees become more familiar with the ASCE 7 wind provisions for non-building structures. Further, attendees recognizes wind loads on non-building structures not specifically addressed in the code and obtain tools to help address these topics in their engineering designs.

Details
Speakers:
Emily Guglielmo
Duration:
106 mins
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Speaker Bios

Emily Guglielmo, earned her Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from UCLA, and her Master's Degree in Structural Engineering from UC Berkeley. She has over a decade of structural engineering experience, all with Martin/Martin, Inc. She began her career in their Denver, CO area office, and is currently a Principal with the firm, managing their San Francisco Bay Area office.

She has lectured on wind and seismic provisions across the nation. Emily is the secretary of the NCSEA Wind Engineering Committee and serves on the ASCE 7 seismic committee. A licensed SE, Emily has received a number of awards, including SEI Fellow and the Susan M. Frey NCSEA Educator Award, for effective instruction for practicing structural engineers.

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