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Wind Loads on Buildings

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Wind Loads on Buildings
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(1) INTRODUCTION
The question-what wind pressure should be assumed in the design of modern framed buildings? has exercised the minds of Structural Engineers for many years.

H. Ferrington

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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