Keeping mechanically attached roofs on in high winds

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TypeArticle
Journal titleConstruction Canada
ISSN0228-8788
Volume36
Issue4
Pages2224; # of pages: 3
SubjectWind loads
AbstractThe effect of high winds on roofs is a complex problem. Wind-induced pressures depend on such factors as wind speed and turbulence intensity, wind direction and flow stability, building topography, building geometry and architectural features such as exposed parapets and snow screens.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
NoteReprinted in Building Envelope Performance and Durability : IRC technical seminar (NRCC-38991)
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierIRC-P-3947
NRC number38548
5480
NPARC number20375275
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Record created2012-07-23
Record modified2016-05-09
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