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Residential & Commercial Terms & Engineering Design Differences 101
Residential & Commercial Glazing Differences & Common Terms 101 Engineering Express is typically asked what the difference between residential & commercial glazing & how
ASCE 7 Wall Zones Explained
ASCE 7-16 has expanded on the definition of component & cladding wind zones from previous ASCE 7 standards Per ASCE 7-16, buildings are composed
About ASTM E1996-17 Missile Levels
Overview As of the 2020 Florida Building Code & 2018 International Building Code, ASTM E1996-17 is the adopted reference standard. The title is ‘Standard Specification
What are the requirements for using ASTM Missile Level E in Florida (2021 updated)?
In the 7th Edition Florida Building Code (2020), missile level E is valid in and outside of the HVHZ (Broward and Dade Counties) when it
ASCE 7 Basic Wind Speed
Per definition by ASCE 7-16 & ASCE 7-10, Section 26.2 is defined as: BASIC WIND SPEED (V): Three-second gust speed at 33ft above the
Is a large missile impact window or door automatically approved for small missile impact?
Overview Changes to the 2020 Florida Building Code for Porous Impact Protection Devices Porous Impact Protective Systems: ASTM E1996-12A brought a significant change to Porous
Wind Speed vs. Wind Pressure Explained
Many don’t understand how wind works & state that a product is rated to a specific wind speed. This is false advertising & not true.
How do I calculate the effective opening area on window or door products? – What opening area should be used for wind pressure determination on a multi-panel product?
The Building Codes in the US reference ASCE-7 for the design of the components and cladding of buildings (220.127.116.11 ASCE 7-10 & ASCE 7-16).