ASCE Tsunami Design Zone Maps for Selected Locations. American . Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ANSI/ASCE ). Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures, ANSI/ASCE , This standard, which replaces ASCE , features revised earthquake load. Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE (formerly ANSI A ). The objective of the Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE.
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An underestimation of windspeed could result is a design that does not meet the requirements for minimum wind design loads for the building under consideration. To find the windspeed for a specific site, select one of the following methods: The material presented in the windspeed report should not be used or relied upon for any specific application without competent examination and verification of its accuracy, suitability and applicability by engineers or other licensed professionals.
Guide to the Use of the Wind Load Provisions of ASCE 7-88 (formerly ANSI A58.1)
Users of the information from this website assume all snsi arising from such use. Windspeeds are also provided for serviceability purposes for,and year return periods when using ASCE Please start using the new site at https: This site uses the now discontinued free Google geo data API which no longer works.
Windspeeds are site-specific for the location provided and are found by interpolation of map contours to the nearest 1-mph. ATC does not intend that the use of this information replace the sound judgment of such competent professionals, having experience and knowledge in the field of practice, nor to substitute for the standard of care ansl of such professionals in interpreting and applying the results of the windspeed report provided by this website.
The reason this utility is needed is that the spatial resolution of the windspeed maps that are displayed in ASCE 7 are not sufficient to determine a site specific windspeed. It is assumed that the users of this site have competency to understand how to calculate and apply design wind loads to structural models of buildings or other structures.
ASCE 7 Windspeed
Users are cautioned to be sure to use the correct windspeed associated with the edition of ASCE 7 being used in the design. While the information presented on this website is believed to be correct, ATC and its sponsors and contributors assume no responsibility or liability for its accuracy. This site will be taken offline soon. Click the radio button for decimal and then the coordinates auto-populate in the decimal location.
Users are cautioned to provide the most accurate location for the building site by specifying either the known street address, city and state or the latitude and longitude to at least five 5 decimal places. There are no reference city or town locations on the ASCE 7 windspeed maps and while county boundaries are shown, the resolution is affected when the maps are expanded large enough to distinguish the boundaries and approximate the city locations.
Without providing too much detail, the design windspeeds are different because the basis for wind design was service-level, fastest mile windspeeds in ASCEservice-level, 3-second gust windspeeds in ASCE and strength-level, 3-second assce windspeeds in ASCE