Wind Design for Low-Slope Roofs - Part II: FM Global Guidelines and Best Practice Considerations

Content
3 modules

Rating

Course Length
8 hours

Instructor
Mendy Cunningham

Price
$260 - 320

Description

This course is designed to develop and improve the understanding of wind theory. The course is based on Factory Mutual 1-49 and 1-52 wind uplift evaluations.

Objectives

  • Understand rood edge design to prevent wind blow-off.
  • Explore building code requirements.
  • Understand wind issues and wind design.
  • Determine wind design and roof systems selection.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Certificate with IIBEC and AIA Logos

Learning Credits

AIA LU/HSW
8.0
IIBEC CEHs
8.0
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Wind Design for Low-Slope Roofs - Part II: FM Global Guidelines and Best Practice Considerations
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Wind Design for Low-Slope Roofs - Part II: FM Global Guidelines and Best Practice Considerations Final Exam
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