Snow and wind: not such a fearsome combination?

Author: Alastair Hughes

Date published

1 June 2022

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Snow and wind: not such a fearsome combination?

Snow and wind: not such a fearsome combination?
The Structural Engineer
Author

Alastair Hughes

Date published

1 June 2022

Author

Alastair Hughes

Price

Standard: £9
Members / subscribers: Free

Buy Now

Alastair Hughes advocates a tiered approach to concomitant snow and wind, sensitive to regional climate and geography.

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
3
Publisher:
Institution of Structural Engineers

Tags

Wind Codes & Standards Opinion Volume 100 (2022)

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