Wind Design for Low-Slope Roofs - Part I: Understanding ASCE 7-10 Wind Load Calculations

Content
3 modules

Rating

Course Length
8 hours

Instructor
Mendy Cunningham

Price
$260 - 320

Description

This course is designed for practicing roof consultants, architects and engineers who want to become more knowledgeable about the major factors that affect designing roofs for wind resistance and in order to meet building codes.  The focus of this course is on calculations of wind uplift pressures according to ASCE 7 methodology. 

Objectives

  • The course covers rood edge design to prevent wind blow-off.
  • Understand building code requirements.
  • Determine wind issues and wind design.
  • Understand 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
1.
Wind Design for Low-Slope Roofs - Part I: Understanding ASCE 7-10 Wind Load Calculations
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Wind Design for Low-Sloped Roofs - Part I Final Exam
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IIBEC Member Profile
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Added 10 months ago, by Nathan
I had the most trouble understanding the Simple Method would have been fun to have an example problem. There is also a typo for el-shaped should be L-shaped.
 
Added 10 months ago, by William
 
Added about 1 year ago, by FRANK
great
 
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Added almost 2 years ago, by Ross
 
Added almost 2 years ago, by William
Great course; however, this should be updated to cover the new 7-16 criterial

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