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Designing for the Effects of Wind on Metal Roofs: Tests and Reality

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Sponsored By: ATAS International, Inc.

Description: High velocity windstorms can occur anywhere within the country, so having a clear understanding of the relevant standards and codes pertaining to building wind loads is critical when specifying for projects. Analyzing how metal roofing material reacts in severe windstorms helps us interpret product performance. This course examines considerations for wind design for metal roofing systems, including a look at required testing, determinants of wind load, and how wind affects our buildings.

Presented by: Jim Bush, ATAS International

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