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Wind Load Transfer From Brick Wall to Concrete Frame

 
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karthick_ce
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2014 12:51 am    Post subject: Wind Load Transfer From Brick Wall to Concrete Frame Reply with quote

Dear All,
i'm designing a single storey lab building. the building is a framed structure where outer walls between column is a brick wall which is resting on grade slab. My question do we need to transfer the lateral wind load from wall to frame column?
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PostPosted: Sat May 31, 2014 11:18 am    Post subject: Re: Wind Load Transfer From Brick Wall to Concrete Frame Reply with quote

karthick_ce wrote:
Dear All,
i'm designing a single storey lab building. the building is a framed structure where outer walls between column is a brick wall which is resting on grade slab. My question do we need to transfer the lateral wind load from wall to frame column?


Dear Mr. Karthick,
In case you are designing wall as stand alone to take wind load and be stable as well as stresses are within limits then you need not design frame for lateral load due to wind. However if wall is considered as supported by frame elements then wind load will have to be considered on frame as action of wind on wall will be transfered to supports [ in this case column, beams] as reaction.
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Umesh Rao
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