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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC)
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STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC)
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
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Any copyrighted material included in this UFC is identified at its point of use.
Use of the copyrighted material apart from this UFC must have the permission of the
copyright holder.
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND (Preparing Activity)
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AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT AGENCY
Record of Changes (changes are indicated by \1\ ... /1/)
Date
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Location
Modified Appendix G, Table 17 regarding Haiti; modified
paragraph 2-1.2.1
Modified to conform to the adoption of IBC 2009; other
minor revisions
Modified to update seismic data for Djibouti, Africa
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Change No.
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This UFC supersedes UFC 3-300-10N, dated May 2005; UFC 3-310-01, dated 25 May 2005; UFC 3310-02A, dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-310-05A, dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-310-07A, dated 19 June
2006; UFC 3-320-01A, dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-320-02A, dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-320-04A,
dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-320-05A, dated 1 March 2005; UFC 3-330-01A, dated 1 March 2005.
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FOREWORD
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The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MIL-STD 3007 and provides
planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria, and applies
to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities in accordance
with USD(AT&L) Memorandum dated 29 May 2002. UFC will be used for all DoD projects and
work for other customers where appropriate. All construction outside of the United States is
also governed by Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA), Host Nation-Funded Construction
Agreements (HNFA), and in some instances, Bilateral Infrastructure Agreements (BIA.)
Therefore, the acquisition team must ensure compliance with the most stringent of the UFC, the
SOFA, the HNFA, and the BIA, as applicable.
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UFC are living documents and will be periodically reviewed, updated, and made available to
users as part of the Services’ responsibility for providing technical criteria for military
construction. Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), Naval Facilities
Engineering Command (NAVFAC), and Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency (AFCESA) are
responsible for administration of the UFC system. Defense agencies should contact the
preparing service for document interpretation and improvements. Technical content of UFC is
the responsibility of the cognizant DoD working group. Recommended changes with supporting
rationale should be sent to the preparing service proponent office by the following electronic
form: Criteria Change Request (CCR). The form is accessible from the Internet site listed
below.
UFC are effective upon issuance and are distributed only in electronic media from the following
source:
Whole Building Design Guide web site http://dod.wbdg.org/.
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Hard copies of UFC printed from electronic media should be checked against the current
electronic version prior to use to ensure that they are current.
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JAMES C. DALTON, P.E.
Chief, Engineering and Construction
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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DENNIS FIRMAN
Director of the Air Force Center for Engineering
and the Environment
Department of the Air Force
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JOSEPH E. GOTT, P.E.
Chief Engineer
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
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MICHAEL McANDREW
Director, Facility Investment and
Management
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
(Installations and Environment)
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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC)
REVISION SUMMARY SHEET
Document: UFC 3-301-01, Structural Engineering
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Superseding: UFC 3-300-10N, Structural Engineering, UFC 3-310-01, Structural Load
Data, UFC 3-310-02A, Structural Design Criteria for Buildings, UFC 3-310-05A,
Masonry Structural Design for Buildings, UFC 3-310-07A, Cold-Formed Load Bearing
Steel Systems and Masonry Veneer/Steel Stud Walls, UFC 3-320-01A, Welding –
Design Procedures and Inspections, UFC 3-320-02A, Design and Construction of
Conventionally Reinforced Ribbed Mat Slabs, UFC 3-320-04A, Metal Building Systems,
UFC 3-320-05A, Structural Design Criteria for Structures Other Than Buildings, and
UFC 3-330-01A, Commentary on Snow Loads.
Reasons for Changes:
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The new UFC updates the guidance contained in several existing structural
engineering documents and consolidates it into a single UFC. The updated UFC
is designed to be consistent with and to supplement the guidance contained in
the IBC \2\ 2009 /2/ as modified by UFC 1-200-01.
The superseded UFC documents included requirements that were not consistent
with industry standards.
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Description of Changes: This replacement for UFC 3-300-10N, UFC 3-310-01, UFC
3-310-02A, UFC 3-310-05A, UFC 3-310-07A, UFC 3-320-01A, UFC 3-320-02A, UFC 3320-04A, UFC 3-320-05A and UFC 3-330-01A provides requirements for the design
and renovation of new and existing structures. The new UFC adopts the structural
design provisions of the \2\ 2009 International Building Code (IBC 2009) /2/ for use in
DoD building design.
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Impact: There are negligible cost impacts. However, the following benefits should be
realized:
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Replacement of outdated and inconsistent criteria documents.
Creation of a single-source reference for modifications to a commercial structural
building code that provides guidance for the design of DoD facilities.
• Ensuring that the locations identified and the loadings described are complete
and current with the most up-to-date available information.
Non-Unified Items: This document contains no non-unified items.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................... 1
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PURPOSE AND SCOPE .....................................................................................1
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BACKGROUND ...................................................................................................1
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APPLICABILITY ...................................................................................................1
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OTHER CRITERIA...............................................................................................2
General Building Requirements .......................................................................2
1-4.2
Seismic Design ................................................................................................2
1-4.3
Antiterrorism ....................................................................................................2
1-4.4
Progressive Collapse .......................................................................................2
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REFERENCES ....................................................................................................2
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CHAPTER 2 MODIFICATIONS TO IBC ..................................................................................... 3
CHAPTER 16 - STRUCTURAL DESIGN .............................................................3
Section 1603 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS ............................................3
2-1.1.1
1603.2 - Delegated Engineered Systems [Addition] .........................................3
2-1.2
Section 1604 - GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS....................................3
2-1.2.1
1604.3 - Serviceability [Supplement]................................................................3
2-1.2.2
1604.3.1 - Deflections [Replacement] ..............................................................4
2-1.2.3
1604.3.6 - Limits [Replacement] ......................................................................4
2-1.2.4
1604.5 - Occupancy Category [Replacement] .................................................5
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2-1.1
Table 1604.5 [Replacement] ............................................................................5
2-1.2.6
1604.11 - Fall Prevention and Protection [Addition] .........................................8
2-1.2.6.1
1604.11.1 - Loads [Addition] ............................................................................8
2-1.2.6.2
1604.11.2 - Load Combinations [Addition] .......................................................8
2-1.2.6.3
1604.11.3 - Impact [Addition] ...........................................................................8
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2-1.2.5
2-1.3
Section 1607 - LIVE LOADS ............................................................................8
2-1.3.1
1607.1- General [Replacement] .......................................................................9
2-1.3.2
Table 1607.1 [Replacement] ............................................................................9
2-1.4
Section 1608 - SNOW LOADS ........................................................................9
2-1.4.1
1608.3 - Specific Locations Within the United States [Addition] .......................9
2-1.4.2
1608.4 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States [Addition] ................. 9
2-1.4.3
1608.5 - Snow Load Case Studies [Addition] ...................................................9
2-1.5
Section 1609 - WIND LOADS ..........................................................................9
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1609.2 - Definitions [Replacement] ..................................................................9
2-1.5.2
1609.3.1 - Specific Locations Within the United States [Replacement] .......... 10
2-1.5.3
1609.3.2 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States [Addition] ............ 10
2-1.5.4
1609.3.3 - Wind Speed Conversion [Addition] ............................................... 10
2-1.6
Section 1613 - EARTHQUAKE LOADS .........................................................10
2-1.6.1
1613.5.1.1 - Specific Locations Within the United States [Addition] ............... 10
2-1.6.2
1613.5.1.2 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States [Addition] ......... 11
CHAPTER 17 - STRUCTURAL TESTS AND SPECIAL INSPECTIONS ............ 11
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Section 1703 - APPROVALS .........................................................................11
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1703.4 - Performance [Replacement] ............................................................11
2-2.1.2
1703.4.1 - Research and Investigation [Deletion]........................................... 11
2-2.1.3
1703.4.2 - Research Reports [Deletion] .........................................................11
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CHAPTER 18 - SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS ....................................................12
Section 1808 - FOUNDATIONS.....................................................................12
2-3.1.1
1808.4.1 - Vibratory Loads [Supplement] .......................................................12
2-3.1.2
1808.8.2.1 - Reinforcement [Addition] ............................................................12
2-3.2
Section 1809 - SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS ..................................................12
2-3.2.1
1809.5.1 - Frost Line Depth [Addition] ...........................................................12
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CHAPTER 19 - CONCRETE ..............................................................................12
Section 1906 – FORMWORK, EMBEDDED PIPES AND CONSTRUCTION
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1906.4 - Construction Joints[Replacement] ...................................................12
2-4.2
Section 1907 - DETAILS OF REINFORCEMENT .......................................... 12
2-4.2.1
1907.7.6 - Corrosive Environments [Supplement] .......................................... 12
2-4.3
Section 1910 - MINIMUM SLAB PROVISIONS..............................................13
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1910.1 - General [Replacement] ....................................................................13
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1910.2 - Slab-on-Ground Design [Addition] ...................................................13
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1910.2.1 - Wall Loads on Slab-on-Ground [Addition] ..................................... 13
2-4.3.2.2
1910.2.2 - Slab-on-Ground Over Permafrost [Addition].................................. 13
2-4.3.2.3
1910.2.3 - Post-Tensioned Slab-on-Ground [Addition] ................................... 13
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CHAPTER 21 - MASONRY ................................................................................17
2-5.1
Section 2101 - GENERAL .............................................................................17
2-5.1.1
2101.2.1 - Allowable Stress Design [Supplement] ......................................... 17
2-5.1.2
2101.2.2 - Strength Design [Supplement] ......................................................17
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2101.2.4 - Empirical Design [Replacement] ...................................................17
2-5.1.4
2101.4 - Coupling Beams [Addition]...............................................................17
2-5.1.5
2101.5 - Shear Wall Construction [Addition] ..................................................17
2-5.2
Section 2104 – CONSTRUCTION .................................................................17
2-5.2.1
2104.1.2 - Placing Mortar and Units [Supplement] ......................................... 17
2-5.2.2
2104.1.3 - Installation of Wall Ties [Supplement] ........................................... 17
2-5.2.3
2104.1.7 - Joint Reinforcement [Addition] ......................................................17
2-5.2.4
2104.1.8 - Concrete Masonry Control Joints [Addition] .................................. 18
2-5.2.5
2104.1.9 - Vertical Brick Expansion Joints [Addition] ..................................... 18
2-5.3
Section 2109 - EMPIRICAL DESIGN OF MASONRY [Deletion] .................... 18
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CHAPTER 22 - STEEL ......................................................................................18
Section 2204 - CONNECTIONS ....................................................................18
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2204.2 - Bolting [Supplement]........................................................................18
2-6.2
Section 2205 - STRUCTURAL STEEL ..........................................................18
2-6.2.1
2205.1 - General [Supplement] ......................................................................18
2-6.2.2
2205.4 - Steel Structures in Corrosive Environments [Addition] ..................... 18
2-6.3
Section 2209 - COLD-FORMED STEEL ........................................................18
2-6.3.1
2209.2.4 - Steel Deck Diaphragms [Addition] ................................................ 19
2-6.4
Section 2210 - COLD-FORMED STEEL LIGHT-FRAMED CONSTRUCTION19
2-6.4.1
2210.4.1 - Wall Stud Design [Addition] .........................................................19
2-6.4.2
2210.6.1 - Diagonal Bracing Material [Addition] ............................................. 19
2-6.4.3
2210.8 - Floor Vibrations [Addition] ................................................................19
2-6.4.4
2210.9 - Brick Veneer/Steel Stud Walls [Addition] ......................................... 19
2-6.4.5
2210.10 - Cold-Formed Steel Connections [Addition] .................................... 19
2-6.4.6
2210.11 - Galvanized Cold-Formed Framing [Addition] ................................. 20
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CHAPTER 3 OTHER STRUCTURES .......................................................................................21
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HIGHWAY BRIDGE DESIGN.............................................................................21
3-2
RAILROAD BRIDGE DESIGN ...........................................................................21
3-3
TANKS FOR LIQUID STORAGE .......................................................................21
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TANKS FOR PETROLEUM STORAGE .............................................................21
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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONCRETE STRUCTURES .................... 21
3-6
PRESTRESSED CONCRETE TANKS...............................................................21
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WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES ...................................................................21
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TRANSMISSION TOWERS AND POLES ..........................................................21
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ANTENNA TOWERS .........................................................................................21
APPENDIX A REFERENCES ...................................................................................................22
APPENDIX B BEST PRACTICES .............................................................................................29
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STRUCTURAL DESIGN ....................................................................................29
B-1.1
Building Drift Limits ........................................................................................29
B-1.2
Expansion Joints ...........................................................................................29
SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS .............................................................................29
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Gable Bent Footings ......................................................................................29
B-2.2
Footings on Expansive Soils ..........................................................................30
B-3
CONCRETE.......................................................................................................30
Slab-on-Ground Concrete Strength ...............................................................30
B-3.2
Slab-on-Ground Control Joints ......................................................................30
B-3.3
Slab-on-Ground Drying Shrinkage .................................................................30
B-3.4
Slab-on-Ground Vapor Retarder/Barrier ........................................................31
B-4
B-4.1
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MASONRY.........................................................................................................31
Masonry Veneer Base Detail .........................................................................31
STEEL ...............................................................................................................31
Shelf Angles for Masonry ...............................................................................31
B-5.2
Lightweight Insulating Concrete on Metal Deck ............................................. 31
B-5.3
Cold-Formed Continuous Beams and Joists ..................................................32
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Masonry Veneer/Steel Stud Wall Detailing ....................................................32
B-5.5
Steel Structures in Corrosive Environments...................................................32
B-5.6
Steel Structures in Arctic and Antarctic Zones ............................................... 33
APPENDIX C ABBREVIATIONS ...............................................................................................34
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APPENDIX D MINIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOADS, Lo, AND MINIMUM
CONCENTRATED LIVE LOADS g ............................................................................................36
D-1
REFERENCES. .................................................................................................36
APPENDIX E SITE-SPECIFIC STRUCTURAL LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES, ITS
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .......................................................................................43
E-1
Climatic Loading Data Table. .............................................................................43
E-2
Earthquake Loading Data Table.........................................................................43
APPENDIX F SITE-SPECIFIC STRUCTURAL LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED
STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .................................................................67
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Climatic Loading Data Table. .............................................................................67
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Earthquake Loading Data Table.........................................................................67
APPENDIX G EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA AT ADDITIONAL SELECTED LOCATIONS
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .................... 82
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Earthquake Loading Data Table.........................................................................82
APPENDIX H SEISMIC SPECTRAL ACCELERATION MAPS AT SELECTED LOCATIONS
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .................... 90
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TABLES
TABLE 2-1 - LATERAL DEFLECTION LIMITS FOR FRAMING SUPPORTING EXTERIOR
WALL FINISHES a,b,c .................................................................................................................. 4
TABLE 2-2 - OCCUPANCY CATEGORY OF BUILDINGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES .......... 6
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TABLE 2-3 - MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WALL LOAD AT A THICKENED SLAB FOR WALL
LOAD NEAR CENTER OF SLAB OR NEAR KEYED OR DOWELED JOINTS .........................14
TABLE 2-4 - MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WALL LOAD AT A THICKENED SLAB FOR WALL
LOAD NEAR FREE EDGE ........................................................................................................15
TABLE D-1 MINIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOADS AND MINIMUM
CONCENTRATED LIVE LOADS g ............................................................................................36
TABLE E-1 - STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES, ITS
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .......................................................................................43
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TABLE E-2 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND
POSSESSIONS ........................................................................................................................56
TABLE F-1 - STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED
STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .................................................................67
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TABLE F-2 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS .......................................................................................75
TABLE G-1 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA AT ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS OUTSIDE OF
THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS...........................................82
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FIGURE 2-1 - WIDTHS OF THICKENED SLABS AND SLAB EDGE CONDITIONS UNDER
WALL LOADS16
FIGURE H-1 - AFGHANISTAN - HORIZONTAL SPECTRAL RESPONSE ACCELERATION
FOR 1.0 SECOND PERIOD (5 PERCENT OF CRITICAL DAMPING) WITH 2 PERCENT
PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDANCE IN 50 YEARS .....................................................................90
FIGURE H-2 - AFGHANISTAN - HORIZONTAL SPECTRAL RESPONSE ACCELERATION
FOR 0.2 SECOND PERIOD (5 PERCENT OF CRITICAL DAMPING) WITH 2 PERCENT
PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDANCE IN 50 YEARS .....................................................................91
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
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PURPOSE AND SCOPE
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This Unified Facility Criteria (UFC) provides requirements for structures designed and
constructed for the Department of Defense (DoD). These technical requirements are
based on the \2\ 2009 International Building Code (IBC 2009) /2/, as modified by UFC 1200-01. This information shall be used by structural engineers to develop design
calculations, specifications, plans, and design-build Requests for Proposal (RFPs).
BACKGROUND
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UFC 1-200-01 uses and supplements IBC \2\ 2009 /2/ as the building code for DoD.
Chapter 2 of this UFC further modifies the IBC for structural-specific design
requirements and is organized by the chapter of IBC that each section modifies. The
climatic and seismic data included in this UFC is intended as a tool to assist in the
consistent interpretation of the data in the IBC at significant DoD installations within the
United States, and as the basis for applying the provisions of UFC 1-200-01 to
significant DoD installations outside of the United States. Chapter 3 provides additional
guidance for the design of structures other than buildings. The IBC \2\ 2009 /2/ section
modifications are one of four actions, according to the following legend:
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[Addition] – Add new section, including new section number, not shown in IBC
\2\ 2009 /2/.
[Deletion] – Delete referenced IBC \2\ 2009 /2/ section.
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[Replacement] – Delete referenced IBC \2\ 2009 /2/ section or noted portion and
replace it with the narrative shown.
[Supplement] – Add narrative shown as a supplement to the narrative shown in
the referenced section of IBC \2\ 2009 /2/.
APPLICABILITY
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This UFC applies to all service elements and contractors involved in the planning,
design and construction of DoD facilities worldwide.
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OTHER CRITERIA
Military criteria other than those listed in this document may be applicable to specific
types of structure. Such structures shall meet the additional requirements of the
applicable military criteria.
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General Building Requirements
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For general building requirements, refer to UFC 1-200-01.
Seismic Design
For seismic design for buildings, refer to UFC 3-310-04.
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Antiterrorism
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For antiterrorism requirements, refer to UFC 4-010-01.
Progressive Collapse
For design of buildings to resist progressive collapse, refer to UFC 4-023-03.
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REFERENCES
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For references see Appendix A.
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CHAPTER 2 MODIFICATIONS TO IBC
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CHAPTER 16 - STRUCTURAL DESIGN
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Section 1603 - CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
2-1.1.1
1603.2 - Delegated Engineered Systems [Addition]
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Prefabricated wood components
Cast-in-place post-tensioned concrete structural systems
Precast, prestressed concrete components
Open web steel joists and joist girders
Pre-engineered metal buildings
Foundation systems
Structural steel connections
Cold-formed steel joist/stud/truss framing and pre-fabricated components
Seismic anchorage of equipment
Proprietary track for under-hung cranes and monorails
Autoclaved aerated concrete
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The engineer of record for a structure may delegate responsibility for the design of
systems or component parts of the structure to a qualified delegated engineer. Both the
engineer of record for the structure and the delegated engineer must comply with the
requirements of this UFC. The following are some examples of delegated systems.
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The structural engineer of record must review all submittals that have been signed and
sealed by the delegated engineer, to verify compliance with the design intent and the
specified design criteria and to ensure coordination with the contract documents and
other shop drawings. All submittals from the delegated engineer must be approved by
the engineer of record prior to the start of fabrication of the system or component part
and prior to any field construction that may be affected by the system or component
part.
Section 1604 - GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
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1604.3 - Serviceability [Supplement]
The structural designer shall ensure that the maximum allowable frame drift is suitable
for the proposed structure considering all details of construction. See ASCE 7 Appendix
C “Serviceability Considerations” including commentary, and Section B-1.1 of UFC 3301-01 for additional guidance.
Wall systems and other building elements that are not part of the lateral force resisting
system in the direction under consideration shall be designed to be adequate to safely
support all applied loadings in combination with the forces resulting from the
displacements due to the design story drift; either from wind or seismic; or be isolated to
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ensure that they are not susceptible to damage. Masonry and other brittle wall systems
are particularly susceptible to damage if not properly integrated into the design to
ensure that they can adequately resist the stresses resulting from the building
deformations or are effectively isolated to prevent damage.
Exception:
Reinforced concrete frame members not designed as part of the seismic
lateral force-resisting system shall comply with Section 21.9 of ACI 318.
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All structural vertical load bearing wall elements shall be considered to be part of the
lateral force-resisting system. All applicable provisions of UFC 3-310-04 Table B-2 shall
apply.
1604.3.1 - Deflections [Replacement]
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Deflections of structural members shall not exceed the more restrictive of the limitations
of Sections 1604.3.2 through 1604.3.5 or those permitted by Table 1604.3, or Table 2-1
of UFC 3-301-01.
1604.3.6 - Limits [Replacement]
Deflection of structural members over span, l, shall not exceed that permitted by Table
1604.3 or Table 2-1 of UFC 3-301-01.
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TABLE 2-1 - LATERAL DEFLECTION LIMITS FOR FRAMING SUPPORTING
EXTERIOR WALL FINISHES a,b,c
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Brick veneer
Stucco
Exterior Insulation Finish Systems
Cement board
Stone Masonry
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Plywood and Wood-Based Structural-Use
Panels
Gypsum sheathing
Metal or vinyl siding
L/600
L/360
L/240
L/360
VERIFY WITH
STONE SUPPLIER
L/240
L/240
L/240
Notes to Table 2-1, “LATERAL DEFLECTION LIMITS FOR FRAMING SUPPORTING
EXTERIOR WALL FINISHES”
a. Lateral deflection limits under seismic or wind loads
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b. The wind load is permitted to be taken as 0.7 times the
“component and cladding” loads for the purpose of determining
the deflection limits herein.
c. For cantilevered members, L shall be taken as twice the length
of the cantilever.
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1604.5 - Occupancy Category [Replacement]
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Buildings shall be assigned an occupancy category in accordance with Table 2-2 of
UFC 3-301-01. Importance factors for snow load, \2\ wind load, seismic load, and ice /2/
for each occupancy category are also shown in Table 2-2 of UFC 3-301-01.
Note: IBC section 1604.5.1 shall remain in effect as written.
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Table 1604.5 [Replacement]
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TABLE 2-2 - OCCUPANCY CATEGORY OF BUILDINGS AND OTHER
STRUCTURES
Occupancy
Category
Snow
Factor
Wind
Factor
Ice
Factor
IE
IS
IW
Ii
1.00
0.8
0.87
a
0.80
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.10
1.15
1.25
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Buildings and other structures that represent a low
hazard to human life in the event of failure,
including, but not limited to:
• Agricultural facilities
• Certain temporary facilities
• Minor storage facilities
Buildings and other structures except those listed
in Categories I, III, IV and V
Buildings and other structures that represent a
substantial hazard to human life or represent
significant economic loss in the event of failure,
including, but not limited to:
Seismic
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I
Nature of Occupancy
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• Buildings and other structures whose primary
occupancy is public assembly with an occupant load
greater than 300 people
• Buildings and other structures containing elementary
school, secondary school, or daycare facilities with an
occupant load greater than 250
• Buildings and other structures with an occupant load
greater than 500
• Group I-2 occupancies with an occupant load of 50 or
more resident patients, but not having surgery or
emergency treatment facilities
• Group I-3 occupancies
• Power-generating stations; water treatment facilities
for potable water, waste water treatment facilities, and
other public utility facilities that are not included in
Categories IV and V
• Buildings and other structures not included in
Categories IV and V containing sufficient quantities of
toxic, flammable, or explosive substances to be
dangerous to the public if released
• Facilities having high-value equipment, as designated
by the authority having jurisdiction
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1.50
1.20
1.15
1.25
1.50
1.70
1.50
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Buildings and other structures designed as essential
facilities, including, but not limited to:
• Group I-2 occupancies having surgery or emergency
treatment facilities
• Fire, rescue, and police stations, and emergency vehicle
garages
• Designated earthquake, hurricane, or other emergency
shelters
• Designated emergency preparedness, communication,
and operation centers, and other facilities required for
emergency response
• Emergency backup power-generating facilities required
for primary power for Category IV
• Power-generating stations and other utility facilities
required for primary power for Category IV, if emergency
backup power generating facilities are not available
• Structures containing highly toxic materials as defined by
Section 307, where the quantity of material exceeds the
maximum allowable quantities of Table 307.7(2)
• Aviation control towers and air traffic control centers
required for post earthquake operations where lack of
system redundancy does not allow for immediate control of
airspace and the use of alternate temporary control facilities
is not feasible. Contact the authority having jurisdiction for
additional guidance.
• Emergency aircraft hangars that house aircraft required
for post-earthquake emergency response; if no suitable
back up facilities exist
• Buildings and other structures not included in Category V,
having DoD mission-essential command, control, primary
communications, data handling, and intelligence functions
that are not duplicated at geographically separate locations,
as designated by the using agency
• Water storage facilities and pump stations required to
maintain water pressure for fire suppression
Facilities designed as national strategic military assets,
including, but not limited to:
• Key national defense assets (e.g. National Missile
Defense facilities), as designated by the authority having
jurisdiction.
• Facilities involved in operational missile control, launch,
tracking, or other critical defense capabilities
• Emergency backup power-generating facilities required
for primary power for Category V occupancy
• Power-generating stations and other utility facilities
required for primary power for Category V occupancy, if
emergency backup power generating facilities are not
available
• Facilities involved in storage, handling, or processing of
nuclear, chemical, biological, or radiological materials,
where structural failure could have widespread catastrophic
consequences, as designated by the authority having
jurisdiction.
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Notes to Table 2-2, “OCCUPANCY CATEGORIES OF BUILDINGS AND OTHER
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a. In hurricane-prone regions with V>100 miles per hour, Iw shall be 0.77 for
category I structures.
b. An Occupancy Category has been added to address national strategic
military assets. A Seismic Importance Factor, IE, is not required for the
design of these facilities. (Occupancy Category V is equivalent to Seismic
Use Group IV)
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1604.11 - Fall Prevention and Protection [Addition]
2-1.2.6.1
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Fall prevention and protection shall be considered at a facility whenever there is a need
or requirement to perform maintenance work at high locations, deliver material to or
store equipment at heights as defined by OSHA 29 CFR 1926, subpart M, 29 CFR
1910, subpart D, American National Standards Institute ANSI A1264.1, and ANSI Z359
“Fall Protection Code”. At the planning and design phase of a project, fall hazards shall
be considered and eliminated whenever possible. When elimination or prevention of fall
hazards is not feasible, the design shall include certified and labeled anchorages
meeting the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926.502, subpart M, and the American
National Standards Institute, ANSI Z359. Where fall protection is required in the vicinity
of weight-handling equipment, care must be taken to prevent potential conflicts between
the weight-handling equipment and the fall protection measures.
1604.11.1 - Loads [Addition]
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Fall protection loads (including dynamic / impact) shall be considered as live loads when
applying the load combinations of Section 1605.
2-1.2.6.2
1604.11.2 - Load Combinations [Addition]
Fall protection loads need not be combined with roof live loads or with more than threefourths of the snow load or one-half of the wind load.
1604.11.3 - Impact [Addition]
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For the purpose of design, fall protection loads (fall arrest forces) shall be increased 100
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Section 1607 - LIVE LOADS
Table D-1 of this UFC includes IBC Table 1607.1 with additional Occupancy or Use
classifications for military facilities. The additional classifications that have been added
to IBC Table 1607.1 are shown in bold italics within Table D-1.
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1607.1- General [Replacement]
Live loads are those loads defined in Section 1602.1. Table D-1 of UFC 3-301-01
defines minimum uniformly distributed live loads and minimum concentrated live loads
for the design of structures.
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Table 1607.1 [Replacement]
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Replace Table 1607.1 of the IBC with Table D-1 of this UFC. (All references in the IBC
to Table 1607.1 shall be interpreted as a reference to Table D-1 of this UFC.)
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Section 1608 - SNOW LOADS
2-1.4.1
1608.3 - Specific Locations Within the United States [Addition]
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Ground snow loads at DoD installations within the United States and its territories and
possessions are identified in Table E-1 of UFC 3-301-01, to facilitate consistent
interpretation of the information provided in Figure 1608.2 and Table 1608.2.
1608.4 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States [Addition]
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Ground snow loads at specific locations outside of the United States and its territories
and possessions are identified in Table F-1 of UFC 3-301-01. At locations where the
ground snow load is not provided, use the best available locality information. For
additional guidance contact the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/.
1608.5 - Snow Load Case Studies [Addition]
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Snow load case studies may be done to clarify and refine snow loadings at site-specific
locations with the approval of the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/. The methodology
used to conduct snow load case studies at site-specific locations is presented in the
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) report “Snow Loads for
the United States.”
Section 1609 - WIND LOADS
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1609.2 - Definitions [Replacement]
Replace the definition of Wind-Borne Debris Region with the following:
WIND-BORNE DEBRIS REGION. For locations within the United States and its
territories and possessions, portions of hurricane-prone regions that are within 1 mile
(1.61 km) of the coastal mean high water line where the basic wind speed is 100 mph
(48 m/s) or greater; or portions of hurricane-prone regions where the basic wind speed
is 120 mph (53 m/s) or greater; or Hawaii.
For locations outside of the United States and its territories and possessions, regions
where the basic wind speed is 120 mph (53 m/s) or greater.
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1609.3.1 - Specific Locations Within the United States
[Replacement]
Basic wind speeds at DoD installations within the United States and its territories and
possessions are identified in Table E-1 of UFC 3-301-01 to facilitate consistent
interpretation of the information provided in Figure 1609.
2-1.5.3
1609.3.2 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States [Addition]
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Basic wind speeds at specific locations outside of the United States and its territories
and possessions are identified in Table F-1 of UFC 3-301-01. At locations where the
basic wind speed is not provided, use the best available locality information. For
additional guidance contact the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/.
2-1.5.4
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wind speed is approved by the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/.
1609.3.3 - Wind Speed Conversion [Addition]
When required, the 3-second gust basic wind speeds of Figure 1609 shall be converted
to fastest-mile wind speeds, Vfm, using Table 1609.3.1 or \2\ Equation 16-32 /2/.
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V3S = 3-second gust basic wind speed from Figure 1609.
Section 1613 - EARTHQUAKE LOADS
2-1.6.1
1613.5.1.1 - Specific Locations Within the United States [Addition]
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Seismic acceleration parameters at DoD installations within the United States and its
territories and possessions are identified in Table E-2 of UFC 3-301-01 to facilitate
consistent interpretation of the information provided in Figures 1613.5(1) through
1613.5(14).
The values in Table E-2 were determined utilizing the web-based United States
Geological Survey (USGS) Earthquake Ground Motion Parameters Calculator, Version
5.0.8, for the 2006 version of the International Building Code, utilizing latitude and
longitude data. This tool or other approved software may be used to determine seismic
design data where site-specific location information is available, with the approval of the
\2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/.
The seismic acceleration parameters in Table E-2 were typically determined at the
approximate geographical centroid of the installation / city. For larger installations and
where the potential seismic accelerations vary considerably over relatively short
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distances, it may not be appropriate to use the acceleration values at the installation
centroid. At select locations the maximum and minimum values of SS and S1 within the
installation are listed. Use the maximum values unless site-specific location (latitude /
longitude) information is available and lesser values can be justified by the use of
Figures 1613.5(1) through 1613.5(14) or by approved computerized tools for
determining seismic ground motion parameters. For additional guidance contact the \2\
authority having jurisdiction /2/.
1613.5.1.2 - Specific Locations Outside of the United States
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2-1.6.2
[Addition]
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States and its territories and possessions are identified in Table F-2 and G-1 of UFC 3301-01. For locations not shown, the best available information shall be used with the
approval of the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/. Appendix H includes available
seismic spectral acceleration maps at selected locations outside of the United States.
These maps may be used to interpolate the seismic ground motions at locations that
are not identified in Tables F-2 and G-1.
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CHAPTER 17 - STRUCTURAL TESTS AND SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
2-2.1
Section 1703 - APPROVALS
2-2.1.1
1703.4 - Performance [Replacement]
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New, unusual, or innovative materials, systems or methods previously untried may be
incorporated into designs when evidence shows that such use is in the best interest of
the Government from the standpoint of economy, lower life-cycle costs, and quality of
construction. Supporting data, where necessary to assist in the approval of materials or
assemblies not specifically provided for in the code, shall consist of valid evaluation
reports from International Code Council – Evaluation Services (ICC-ES), \1\ or other
qualified testing and evaluation service with the prior approval of the \2\ authority having
jurisdiction. /2/ /1/
1703.4.1 - Research and Investigation [Deletion]
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This section shall be deleted in its entirety.
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2-2.1.3
1703.4.2 - Research Reports [Deletion]
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This section shall be deleted in its entirety.
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CHAPTER 18 - SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS
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2-3.1
Section 1808 - FOUNDATIONS
2-3.1.1
1808.4.1 - Vibratory Loads [Supplement]
2-3.1.2
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Add the following to the end of the paragraph: Design foundations in accordance with
ACI 351.3R, ACI 350.4R and UFC 3-220-10N.
1808.8.2.1 - Reinforcement [Addition]
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For footings over three feet (914 mm) thick, the minimum ratio of reinforcement area to
gross concrete area in each direction shall be 0.0015, with not less than one-half nor
more than two-thirds of the total reinforcement required placed in any one face.
Minimum bar size shall be No. 4 (#13M) with a maximum spacing of 12 inches (305
mm).
2-3.2
Section 1809 - SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS
2-3.2.1
1809.5.1 - Frost Line Depth [Addition]
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Depths to the frost line at specific locations within the United States and its territories
and possessions are identified in Table E-1 of UFC 3-301-01. Frost line depths at
specific locations outside of the United States are identified in Table F-1 of UFC 3-30101. At locations where frost depths are not provided, use the best available locality
information. For additional guidance contact the \2\ authority having jurisdiction /2/ .
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CHAPTER 19 - CONCRETE
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2-4.1
Section 1906 – FORMWORK, EMBEDDED PIPES AND
CONSTRUCTION JOINTS
2-4.1.1
1906.4 - Construction Joints[Replacement]
Provide construction, contraction, and expansion joints in structures in accordance with
ACI 224.3R and ACI 318, Section 6.4.
2-4.2
Section 1907 - DETAILS OF REINFORCEMENT
2-4.2.1
1907.7.6 - Corrosive Environments [Supplement]
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Add the following to the end of the paragraph: In a marine environment where concrete
is subjected to salt-water wave action and spray, reinforcement protection shall be in
accordance with ACI 357R.
2-4.3
Section 1910 - MINIMUM SLAB PROVISIONS
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1910.1 - General [Replacement]
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2-4.3.1
Replace the first line of the paragraph to read: The thickness of concrete floor slabs
supported directly on the ground shall not be less than 4 inches (102 mm).
2-4.3.2
1910.2 - Slab-on-Ground Design [Addition]
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Slabs-on-ground shall be designed in accordance with ACI 360R, except slabs-onground supporting aircraft loading shall be designed in accordance with UFC 3-260-02.
1910.2.1 - Wall Loads on Slab-on-Ground [Addition]
Slabs-on-ground shall have adequate thickness to support wall line load as indicated in
Tables 2-3 and 2-4. The thickened portion shall have a minimum width as shown in
Figure 2-1.
1910.2.2 - Slab-on-Ground Over Permafrost [Addition]
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Design and construction of slabs-on-ground over permafrost shall be in accordance with
UFC 3-130-01 and UFC 3-130-04.
1910.2.3 - Post-Tensioned Slab-on-Ground [Addition]
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The design of post-tensioned slabs-on-ground shall be in accordance with PTI DC10.1.
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TABLE 2-3 - MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WALL LOAD AT A THICKENED SLAB FOR
WALL LOAD NEAR CENTER OF SLAB OR NEAR KEYED OR DOWELED JOINTS
Slab Line Load Capacity, P (lb/ft)
Flexural Strength a of Concrete (lb/in2)
550
600
650
700
425
455
485
510
565
600
640
675
710
755
805
850
860
920
975
1030
1015
1080
1150
1215
1175
1255
1330
1410
1340
1430
1520
1605
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Thickness of
Thickened Floor
Slab, te (inches)
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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TABLE 2-4 - MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WALL LOAD AT A THICKENED SLAB FOR
WALL LOAD NEAR FREE EDGE
Slab Line Load Capacity, P (lb/ft)
Flexural Strength a of Concrete (lb/in2)
550
600
650
700
330
355
375
395
435
465
495
525
550
585
620
660
665
710
755
800
785
840
890
945
910
975
1035
1090
1040
1110
1180
1245
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Thickness of
Thickened Floor
Slab, te (inches)
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Notes for Table 2-3 and Table 2-4: The allowable wall loads are based on a modulus of
subgrade reaction (k) of 100 pounds per cubic inch. The thickness of the thickened slab
will be computed by multiplying the above thickness by a constant factor. Constants for
other subgrade moduli are tabulated below.
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Modulus of
Subgrade
Reaction (k)
Constant Factor
25
50
100
200
300
1.3
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
For other modulus of subgrade reaction values the constant values may be found from
the equation 5 100 / k .
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For this application the flexural strength of concrete was assumed equal to 9
where f’c is the specified compressive strength of concrete (lb/in2).
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FIGURE 2-1 - WIDTHS OF THICKENED SLABS AND SLAB EDGE CONDITIONS
UNDER WALL LOADS
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B) SLABS LOADED NEAR A KEYED OR DOWELED JOINT
C) SLABS LOADED NEAR A FREE EDGE
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CHAPTER 21 - MASONRY
2-5.1
Section 2101 - GENERAL
2-5.1.1
2101.2.1 - Allowable Stress Design [Supplement]
2-5.1.2
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Add the following to the end of the paragraph: Masonry shall be designed as reinforced
unless the element is isolated from the structure so that vertical and lateral forces are
not imparted to the element.
2101.2.2 - Strength Design [Supplement]
Add the following to the end of the paragraph: Masonry shall be designed as reinforced
unless the element is isolated from the structure so that vertical and lateral forces are
not imparted to the element.
2101.2.4 - Empirical Design [Replacement]
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Masonry shall not be designed by the empirical method.
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2-5.1.4
2101.4 - Coupling Beams [Addition]
Design of coupling beams shall be in accordance with paragraph 14.4.7.3 of ASCE 7.
2101.5 - Shear Wall Construction [Addition]
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Shear walls shall be running bond construction only; stack bond construction is not
permitted.
2-5.2
Section 2104 – CONSTRUCTION
2-5.2.1
2104.1.2 - Placing Mortar and Units [Supplement]
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Add the following line to the end of the paragraph: Masonry walls below grade shall be
grouted solid.
2-5.2.2
2104.1.3 - Installation of Wall Ties [Supplement]
Add the following line to the end of the paragraph: Corrugated metal brick ties shall not
be used.
2-5.2.3
2104.1.7 - Joint Reinforcement [Addition]
Horizontal wall reinforcement shall be continuous around wall corners and through wall
intersections, unless the intersecting walls are separated. Reinforcement that is spliced
in accordance with the applicable provisions of ACI 530 shall be considered continuous.
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2-5.2.4
2104.1.8 - Concrete Masonry Control Joints [Addition]
Spacing and placement of control joints shall be in accordance with NCMA TEK 10-2B
or 10-3.
2-5.2.5
2104.1.9 - Vertical Brick Expansion Joints [Addition]
Spacing, placement, and size of vertical brick expansion joints shall be in accordance
with BIA Technical Notes 18 and 18A.
Section 2109 - EMPIRICAL DESIGN OF MASONRY [Deletion]
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2-5.3
This section shall be deleted in its entirety.
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CHAPTER 22 - STEEL
2-6.1
Section 2204 - CONNECTIONS
2-6.1.1
2204.2 - Bolting [Supplement]
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Add the following to the end of the paragraph: Compressible-washer-type direct
tension indicators or twist-off-type tension-control bolts conforming to RCSC,
Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A325 or A490 Bolts shall be provided at
all bolted connections.
Section 2205 - STRUCTURAL STEEL
2-6.2.1
2205.1 - General [Supplement]
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2-6.2
Add the following to the end of the paragraph: Structural steel floor framing systems
shall be designed for vibration serviceability in accordance with AISC Design Guide 11.
2-6.2.2
2205.4 - Steel Structures in Corrosive Environments [Addition]
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Steel structures or elements exposed to weather, salt spray or other corrosive
environments shall be protected through coatings, galvanizing or the use of stainless
alloy. Select the appropriate system or material to suite the anticipated exposure. For
steel deck exposed to spray from salt, salt water, or brackish water, provide ASTM
A653 G90 galvanizing. For cold-formed steel members exposed to spray from salt, salt
water, or brackish water, provide ASTM A653 G90 galvanizing and connect with
corrosion-resistant fasteners. See Section B-5.5 of UFC 3-301-01 for additional
guidance.
2-6.3
Section 2209 - COLD-FORMED STEEL
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2209.2.4 - Steel Deck Diaphragms [Addition]
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Design of steel deck diaphragms for in-plane loads shall be in accordance with the SDI
DDM03. Design of steel deck for out-of-plane loads shall be in accordance with SDI
Design Manual No. 31.
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2-6.4
Section 2210 - COLD-FORMED STEEL LIGHT-FRAMED
CONSTRUCTION
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2210.4.1 - Wall Stud Design [Addition]
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Wall stud assemblies shall be constructed so that the studs are firmly placed in the track
prior to attachment, with no gaps between the wall stud and the attached track.
All wall studs in bending shall have stiffened or partially stiffened compression flanges.
Unstiffened compression flanges shall not be allowed. Require that all strap bracing be
anchored to solid blocking.
2-6.4.2
2210.6.1 - Diagonal Bracing Material [Addition]
2210.8 - Floor Vibrations [Addition]
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2-6.4.3
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Diagonal bracing material shall be ASTM A653 steel without rerolling, which induces
strain hardening and reduces the elongation of the material which is not desirable for
performance under seismic loading.
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Cold-formed steel framing systems shall be designed for vibration serviceability in
accordance with the proposed design procedure in Floor Vibration Design Criterion for
Cold-Formed C-Shaped Supported Residential Floor Systems thesis by Kraus and
Murray. Proposed design procedure is based on residential construction, but is
applicable to all applications of cold-formed floor construction.
2-6.4.4
2210.9 - Brick Veneer/Steel Stud Walls [Addition]
Design of steel stud backup for brick veneer shall follow the recommendations from BIA
Technical Note 28B. In particular the recommendations for minimum stud gage,
minimum galvanization, minimum anchorage of studs to track, welding of studs, use of
deflection track, allowable stud deflection, wall sheathing and water-resistant barrier
shall be followed.
2-6.4.5
2210.10 - Cold-Formed Steel Connections [Addition]
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Cold-formed steel members shall be interconnected with screw fasteners or by welding.
The use of pneumatic nailing is permitted only for the connection of cold-formed
members to other materials.
2-6.4.6
2210.11 - Galvanized Cold-Formed Framing [Addition]
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Cold-formed steel members exposed to spray from salt, salt water, brackish water, or
seawater shall be galvanized per ASTM A653 G90 and all fasteners shall be corrosionresistant.
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CHAPTER 3 OTHER STRUCTURES
3-1
HIGHWAY BRIDGE DESIGN
Design of highway bridges shall be in accordance with AASHTO Bridge Design
Specifications and AISC Highway Structures Design Handbook.
3-2
RAILROAD BRIDGE DESIGN
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TANKS FOR LIQUID STORAGE
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Design of railroad bridges shall be in accordance with the AREMA Manual for Railway
Engineering.
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Design of tanks for liquid storage shall be in accordance with NFPA 22, AWWA D100,
AWWA D103, AWWA D110 and AWWA D120 as applicable.
TANKS FOR PETROLEUM STORAGE
Design of tanks for petroleum storage shall be in accordance with UFC 3-460-01.
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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONCRETE STRUCTURES
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Design of environmental engineering concrete structures shall be in accordance with
ACI 350-06.
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Design of prestressed concrete tanks shall be in accordance with ACI 372R.
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WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES
Design of water treatment facilities shall be in accordance with the WEF Manual of
Practice 8.
TRANSMISSION TOWERS AND POLES
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3-8
Design of transmission towers shall be in accordance with ASCE 10. Design of
transmission poles shall be in accordance with the National Electric Safety Code.
3-9
ANTENNA TOWERS
Design of antenna towers shall be in accordance with ANSI/TIA-222-G.
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APPENDIX A REFERENCES
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS:
UFC 1-200-01, General Building
Requirements, 27 November 2007
1. Department of Defense
Department of Defense
Washington, DC
UFC 3-130-01, General Provisions Arctic and Subarctic Construction, 16
January 2004
ED
UFCs can be obtained on the Whole
Building Design Guide website at
http://dod.wbdg.org/
UFC 3-130-04, Foundations for
Structures - Arctic and Subarctic
Construction, 16 January 2004
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UFC 3-220-01N, Geotechnical
Engineering Procedures for Foundation
Design of Buildings and Structures, 15
August 2005
UFC 3-220-03FA, Soils and Geology
Procedures for Foundation Design of
Buildings and Other Structures (Except
Hydraulic Structures), 16 January 2004
UFC 3-220-10N, Soil Mechanics, 8 June
2005
UFC 3-260-02, Pavement Design for
Airfields, 30 June 2001
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UFC 3-310-04, Seismic Design for
Buildings, 22 June 2007
UFC 3-320-06A, Concrete Floor Slabs
on Grade Subjected to Heavy Loads, 1
March 2005
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UFC 3-460-01, Petroleum Fuel
Facilities, 16 January 2004
UFC 4-010-01, DoD Minimum
Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings, 8
October 2003
ED
UFC 4-023-03, Design of Buildings to
Resist Progressive Collapse, 25
January 2005
NON-GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS:
LRFD Bridge Design Specifications,
Customary U.S. Units, 4th Edition, 2008
Interim Revisions
2. American Concrete Institute
38800 Country Club Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
(248) 848-3700
http://www.concrete.org/general/hom
e.asp
ACI 223, Standard Practice for the Use
of Shrinkage-Compensating Concrete,
1998
AN
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1. American Association of State
Highway and Transportation Officials
444 N Capitol St. NW, Suite 249
Washington, DC 20001
(202)-624-5800
http://www.transportation.org/
ACI 224R, Control of Cracking in
Concrete Structures, 2001
ACI 224.3R, Joints in Concrete
Construction, 1995
ACI 302.1R, Guide for Concrete Floor
and Slab Construction, 2004
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ACI 318, Building Code Requirements
for Structural Concrete, 2005
ACI 350.4R, Design Considerations for
Environmental Engineering Concrete
Structures, 2004
ACI 350-06, Code Requirements for
Environmental Engineering Concrete
Structures
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ACI 357R, Guide for the Design and
Construction of Fixed Offshore Concrete
Structures, 1984
ACI 360R, Design of Slabs-on-Ground,
2006
ED
ACI 372R, Design and Construction of
Circular Wire- and Strand-Wrapped
Prestressed Concrete Structures, 2003
ACI 530, Building Code Requirements
for Masonry Structures, 2005
AISC 360, Specification for Structural
Steel Buildings, 2005
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3. American Institute of Steel
Construction
One East Wacker Drive
Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60601-1802
(312) 670-2400
http://www.aisc.org/
AISC Design Guide 3, Serviceability
Design Considerations for Steel
Buildings, Second Edition, 2003
AN
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AISC Design Guide 11, Floor Vibrations
Due to Human Activity, 1997 with 2003
Revision
Highway Structures Design Handbook,
Second Edition
RCSC, Specification for
Structural Joints Using
ASTM A325 or A490 Bolts, 2004
Version
4. American Iron and Steel Institute
1140 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 705
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 452-7100
http://www.steel.org/
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Effective Lengths for Laterally Unbraced
Compression Flanges of Continuous
Beams Near Intermediate Supports, J.
H. Garrett, Jr., G. Haaijer, and K. H.
Klippstein, Proceedings, Sixth Specialty
Conference on Cold-Formed Steel
Structures (http://www.ccfssonline.org/)
ANSI Z359, Fall Protection Code, 2007
ED
5. American National Standards
Institute
1819 L Street, NW
Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 293-8020
http://www.ansi.org/
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ANSI A1264.1, Safety Requirements for
Workplace Walking/Working Surfaces
and Their Access; Workplace Floor,
Wall and Roof Openings, Stairs and
Guardrails Systems, 2007
Manual for Railway Engineering, 2008
7. American Society of Civil Engineers
1801 Alexander Bell Drive
Reston, VA 20191
(800) 548-2723
http://www.asce.org/asce.cfm
ASCE 7, Minimum Design Loads for
Buildings and Other Structures, 2005
8. American Water Works Association
6666 W. Quincy Ave.
Denver CO 80235
(800) 926-7337
http://www.awwa.org/
AWWA D100, Welded Carbon Steel
Tanks for Water Storage, 2005
AN
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6. American Railway Engineering and
Maintenance-of-Way Association
10003 Derekwood Lane, Suite 210
Lanham, MD 20706
(301) 459-3200
http://www.arema.org/eseries/scriptc
ontent/index.cfm
ASCE 10, Design of Latticed Steel
Transmission Structures, 1997
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AWWA D103, Factory-Coated Bolted
Steel Tanks for Water Storage, 1997
AWWA D110, Wire- and Strand-Wound,
Circular, Prestressed Concrete Water
Tanks, 2004
AWWA D120, Thermosetting
Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic Tanks,
2002
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9.
ASM Handbook Volume 13B Corrosion:
Materials, 2005
ASM World Headquarters
9639 Kinsman Road
Materials Park, OH 44073
(440) 338-5151
http://asmcommunity.asminternation
al.org/portal/site/www/
ASTM A653, Standard Specification for
Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized)
or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated
(Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process,
2009
ED
10. ASTM International
100 Barr Harbor Drive
West Conshohocken, PA, 19428
(610) 832-9500
http://www.astm.org/
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ASTM A666, Standard Specification for
Annealed or Cold-Worked Austenitic
Stainless Steel Sheet, Strip, Plate, and
Flat Bar, 2003
BIA Technical Note 18, Volume
Changes – Analysis and Effects of
Movement, 2006
AN
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11. Brick Industry Association
1850 Centennial Park Drive
Suite 301
Reston, VA 20191
(703) 620-0010
http://www.gobrick.com/index.cfm
BIA Technical Note 18A,
Accommodating Expansion of
Brickwork, 2006
BIA Technical Note 28B, Brick
Veneer/Steel Stud Walls, 2005
International Building Code – \2\ 2009
Edition /2/
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12. International Code Council
500 New Jersey Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
(888) 422-7233
http://www.iccsafe.org/
Metal Building System Design and
Specification, Alexander Newman
13. McGraw-Hill
P.O. Box 182604
Columbus, OH 43272
(877) 833-5524
http://www.mhprofessional.com/
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Metal Building Systems Manual, 2006
15. National Academy of Sciences
500 Fifth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 334-2000
http://www.nasonline.org/site/PageS
erver
Technical Report No. 65, Expansion
Joints in Buildings, 1974
16. National Concrete Masonry
Association
13750 Sunrise Valley Drive
Herndon, VA 20171-4662
(703) 713-1900
http://www.ncma.org/Pages/default.
aspx
TEK 10-2B, Control Joints for Concrete
Masonry Walls – Empirical Method,
2008
17. National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02169-7471
(617) 770-3000
http://www.nfpa.org/
NFPA 22, Standard for Water Tanks for
Private Fire Protection
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14. Metal Building Manufacturers
Association
1300 Sumner Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
(216) 241-7333
http://www.mbma.com/
AN
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TEK 10-3, Control Joints for Concrete
Masonry Walls – Alternative Engineered
Method, 2003
Standard 29 CFR, Part 1926, Safety
and Health Regulations for Construction
18. Occupational Safety & Health
Administration
200 Constitution Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20210
(800) 321-6724
http://www.osha.gov/
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Standard 29 CFR, Part 1910,
Occupational Safety and Health
Standards for General Industry
19. Post-Tensioning Institute
38800 Country Club Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
(248) 848-3180
http://www.post-tensioning.org/
PTI DC10.1, Design of Post-Tensioned
Slabs-on-Ground, 2008
20. Steel Deck Institute
P.O. Box 25
Fox River Grove, IL 60021
(847) 458-4647
http://www.sdi.org/
SDI DDM03, Diaphragm Design Manual
Third Edition, 2004
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Design Manual No. 31, Design Manual
for Composite Decks, Form Decks and
Roof Decks, 2007
ANSI/TIA-222-G, Structural Standards
for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna
Supporting Structures, 2005
22. United States Geological Survey
USGS National Center
Earthquake Hazards Program
12201 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA 20192, USA
(703) 648-4000
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research
/hazmaps/design/
Earthquake Ground Motion Parameters
Calculator, Version 5.0.8, for the 2006
version of the International Building
Code
23. Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-6000
http://www.vt.edu/
Kraus and Murray, Floor Vibration
Design Criterion for Cold-Formed CShaped Supported
Residential Floor Systems, Masters
Thesis, 10 February 1997
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ED
21. Telecommunications Industry
Association
2500 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 907-7700
http://www.tiaonline.org/
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AN
24. Water Environment Federation
601 Wythe Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
(800) 666-0206
http://www.wef.org/Home
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WEF MOP8, Design of Municipal
Wastewater Treatment Plants, 4th
Edition, 1998
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APPENDIX B BEST PRACTICES
B-1
STRUCTURAL DESIGN
B-1.1
Building Drift Limits
ED
The IBC and ASCE 7 provide guidance and discussion on establishing drift limits and
load combinations that must be considered in evaluating serviceability. The
establishment of acceptable drift limits requires significant engineering judgment.
Application of a requirement that is too stringent can significantly impact the cost of a
structure. Requirements that are too lax can lead to damage of rigidly connected
components.
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The Metal Building Systems Manual provides guidance for allowable drift due to wind
loads for pre-engineered metal buildings, and serviceability recommendations for metal
buildings can also be found in Chapter L of AISC 360 with additional guidance in AISC
Steel Design Guide 3.
When separate support columns are used for top-running cranes, they must be
supported so that differential movement between the crane columns and building
columns, due to differences in stiffness, does not overstress either column and result in
local column buckling.
Expansion Joints
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B-1.2
Recommendations for the spacing of expansion joints can be found in NAS Technical
Report No. 65.
SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS
B-2.1
Gable Bent Footings
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B-2
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Moment frame reactions from metal building gable bents have horizontal thrusts at
column bases which can be resisted by several methods. For large thrust forces (40 to
50 kips (118 kN to 222 kN)), tie rods are usually cost-effective. The tie rod can be
embedded in a thickened slab or as part of a tie beam between column foundations.
Where reinforcement is used as a tension tie, splices shall be made with a full
mechanical or full welded splice per chapter 12 of ACI 318. For smaller thrust forces,
hairpin rebar may be used to transfer the thrust force from the column anchor bolts into
the slab-on-ground reinforcement which acts as the tie between the columns. However,
each of these methods requires close attention to detailing of control joints in the slab,
isolation joints around a foundation pier and other possible interruptions in the
continuous slab reinforcement between columns. Also, future renovation that might
require trenching across the continuous slab reinforcement could result in the loss of the
tension tie. A third method is to design the foundation for an overturning moment due to
the thrust force at the base of the column. Each of these methods can provide the
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necessary resistance to the thrust force, but need to be evaluated for each project
condition. For further discussion on the design of foundations for gable bent reactions,
refer to Metal Building Systems by Alexander Newman.
B-2.2
Footings on Expansive Soils
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In the presence of expansive soils, footings must be designed to withstand expansive
soil movement in order to prevent significant damage to structures. Cyclical expansive
soil movement from soil water content, usually caused by a combination of inadequate
drainage and seasonal wetting and drying cycles, are especially troublesome. Base the
design on soil testing and recommendations by qualified geotechnical engineers.
Ensure soil investigations include estimates of settlement, heave, and
recommendations to mitigate effects of expansive soil movement. Ensure positive
drainage away from structures that will prevent ponding close to structures. Guidance
on design of foundations on expansive soils can be found in UFC 3-220-03FA and UFC
3-220-01N.
B-3
CONCRETE
B-3.1
Slab-on-Ground Concrete Strength
B-3.2
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For slabs-on-ground subject to forklift traffic, it is recommended that the minimum
compressive strength for the concrete be 4,000 psi (27.6 MPa) for pneumatic tire traffic
and 5,000 psi (34.5 MPa) for steel tire traffic.
Slab-on-Ground Control Joints
AN
For slabs-on-ground it is recommended that the control joints align across the building
floor plate to avoid joints ending abruptly along the length or width of a panel. Joints
that end abruptly at an adjacent panel edge could cause a crack to propagate into the
adjacent panel. For locations where placement of joints at a panel edge are
unavoidable, refer to UFC 3-320-06A for additional reinforcement requirements to
minimize crack propagation.
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Location of control joints in slabs-on-ground need to be coordinated with the joints in
hard-surface finishes to avoid having the control joint telegraph through the hardsurface finish.
B-3.3
Slab-on-Ground Drying Shrinkage
Cracking in slabs generally results from drying shrinkage and restraint caused by friction
between the slab and subgrade. Curling and warping occur due to differential shrinkage
when the top of the slab dries to lower moisture content than the bottom of the slab.
Recommendations for reducing the effects of drying shrinkage can be found in ACI
360R, ACI 224R and ACI 302.1R. Shrinkage compensating concrete can also be used
to reduce shrinkage cracking. See recommendations in ACI 223.
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B-3.4
Slab-on-Ground Vapor Retarder/Barrier
B-4
MASONRY
B-4.1
Masonry Veneer Base Detail
ED
To facilitate proper moisture control of a slab-on-ground to meet the moisture limits of
water-based adhesives and durability during construction, it is recommended that the
vapor retarder have a minimum thickness of 10 mil (250 µm) with a maximum
permeance rating of 0.04 perm. Where moisture is a critical issue under the floor
covering, such as wood floors, and a vapor barrier required, it is recommended to
reduce the maximum permeance rating to 0.01 perm.
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The base of the masonry veneer should be placed on a shelf angle or a foundation
ledge that is lower than the base of the steel stud wall by at least 4 inches (102 mm).
The width of this shelf angle or foundation ledge will include the width of the masonry
veneer and the cavity. This width should not be less than two-thirds of the veneer
thickness plus the minimum air space.
B-5
STEEL
B-5.1
Shelf Angles for Masonry
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Shelf angles should be hot-dip galvanized structural steel members. Angles should be
provided in segments approximately 10 feet (3 m) in length, with gaps between
segments. Shelf angles should be detailed to allow enough gaps for thermal expansion
and contraction of the steel in angle runs and at building corners. Corners of buildings
should have corner pieces with each leg no less than 4 feet (1.2 m) in length where
possible.
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Limit deflection of horizontal legs of shelf angles under masonry loading to 1/16 inch
(1.6 mm) at the end of the horizontal leg. Rotation of the shelf angle support should be
included in the 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) deflection limit for the horizontal leg displacement
calculation.
B-5.2
Lightweight Insulating Concrete on Metal Deck
Due to the high water content of lightweight insulating concrete it is necessary to
provide a vented deck to allow for the moisture in the concrete to escape through the
deck.
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B-5.3
Cold-Formed Continuous Beams and Joists
Guidance on determining the effective length of the unbraced compression flange for
cold-formed continuous beams and joists can be found in AISI Effective Lengths for
Laterally Unbraced Compression Flanges of Continuous Beams Near Intermediate
Supports.
B-5.4
Masonry Veneer/Steel Stud Wall Detailing
B-5.5
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Recommended details for masonry veneer/steel stud wall assemblies can be found in
BIA Technical Note 28B.
Steel Structures in Corrosive Environments
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Steel structures designed for corrosive environments should include consideration of
the following corrosion protection measures:
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1) Box-shaped members should be designed so that all inside surfaces may be
readily inspected, cleaned, and painted, or should be closed entirely, except when
hot-dip galvanized, to prevent exposure to moisture.
2) The legs of two back-to-back angle members, when not in contact, should have a
minimum separation of 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) to permit air circulation.
3) Pockets or depressions in horizontal members should have drain holes to prevent
water from ponding in low areas. Positive drainage should be provided away from
exposed steel. Column bases should be terminated on concrete curbs or piers
above grade, and tops of curbs or piers should be pitched to drain.
4) Where extremely corrosive conditions exist, consideration should be given to
providing cathodic protection in addition to protective coatings for steel members
exposed to salt water moisture environments.
5) Structural members embedded in concrete and exterior railing, handrails, fences,
guardrails, and anchor bolts should be galvanized or constructed of stainless steel.
6) Dissimilar metals, (e.g., aluminum and steel, stainless steel and carbon steel, zinc
coated steel and uncoated steel) should be isolated by appropriate means to avoid
the creation of galvanic cells which can occur when dissimilar metals come in
contact.
7) Consult a corrosion specialist certified by NACE International to recommend
material protection for elements exposed to heavy industrial pollution, chemicals or
corrosive soils.
8) For increased serviceability and compatibility with fireproofing use galvanized steel
deck in accordance with ASTM A653.
9) Note that some common grades of stainless alloy such as ASTM Type 306 or 316
are susceptible to corrosion when immersed in salt or brackish water.
Further guidance in designing steel structures in corrosive environments can be found
in ASM Handbook Volume 13B.
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B-5.6
Steel Structures in Arctic and Antarctic Zones
ED
For carbon steel, the transition from ductile to brittle behavior occurs within
temperatures to be expected in Arctic and Antarctic zones. Ductility is important for
structures in high seismic areas. Toughness, a characteristic also affected by cold
temperatures, is important for structures which could be subjected to cyclic or impact
loadings. Design of structures which could be subjected to cyclic or impact loads in cold
climates, should include consideration of the following measures to mitigate potential
fatigue and fracture problems:
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1) Provide ample fillets to avoid stress risers.
2) Use bolted joints whenever possible. If welded joints are used, take precautions to
eliminate gas and impurities in welds. Proper preheating and post-cooling are
essential.
3) Use low-carbon steels and nickel-alloy steel that have good toughness
characteristics at low temperatures.
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APPENDIX C ABBREVIATIONS
10/50 SS. .... Spectral acceleration of 5% damped short period (0.2 second) response
corresponding to an earthquake with a 10% probability of being exceeded in 50 years
10/50 S1. .... Spectral acceleration of 5% damped long period (1.0 second) response
corresponding to an earthquake with a 10% probability of being exceeded in 50 years
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CS ............... Case Study
DOD ............ Department of Defense
%g ............... Percent Gravity
in2................ Square Inches
IP ................. Inch-Pound
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ft2 ................ Square Feet
kg/m3 .......... Kilograms per Cubic Meter
km/h ............ Kilometers per Hour
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kN................ Kilonewton
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kN/m2 .......... Kilonewton per Square Meter
kPa .............. Kilopascal
lbs ............... Pounds
lb/ft.............. Pounds per Foot
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lb/ft2 ............ Pounds per Square Foot
lb/in2 ........... Pounds per Square Inch
m ................. Meter
m2................ Square Meter
mil ............... 0.001 Inches
mm .............. Millimeter
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mm2 ............ Square Millimeter
MPa ............. Megapascal
Mph ............. Miles per Hour
psf ............... Pounds per Square Foot
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psi ............... Pounds per Square Inch
SS ................ Spectral Accelerations for Short Periods as determined by IBC Section
1613.5.1
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S1 .........................Spectral Accelerations for 1-Second Periods as determined by IBC
Section 1613.5.1
µm ............... micrometer (micron)
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V .................. Velocity
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APPENDIX D MINIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOADS, LO, AND
MINIMUM CONCENTRATED LIVE LOADS G
D-1
REFERENCES.
ED
All section references are to the International Building Code (IBC) 2009. Table D-1
includes the IBC 2009 Table 1607.1 with additional Occupancy or Use classification for
military facilities that are shown in bold italics.
TABLE D-1 MINIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOADS AND MINIMUM
CONCENTRATED LIVE LOADS g
OCCUPANCY OR USE
UNIFORM
(kPa)
(psf)
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1. Access floor systems
Office use
Computer use
2. Ammunition Storage
High explosives (one story)
Inert explosives (one story)
Pyrotechnics (one story)
Small arms (one story)
Torpedo (one story)
3. Armories and drill rooms
4. Assembly areas and theaters
Fixed seats (fastened to floor)
Follow spot, projection and
control rooms
Lobbies
Movable seats
Stages and platforms
Other assembly areas
h
5. Balconies (exterior) and decks
2.4
4.8
50
100
8.9
8.9
2,000
2,000
23.9
23.9
23.9
23.9
16.8
7.2
500
500
500
500
350
150
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-------------
2.9
60
---
---
2.4
4.8
4.8
6.0
4.8
Same as
occupancy
served
50
100
100
125
100
---
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-------
-----
-----
9.6
9.6
3.6
1.9
3.6
200
200
75
40
75
------1.33
---
------300
---
19.2
14.4
400
300
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(Balconies serving as
primary means of egress
for multiple rooms shall be
considered as corridors.)
Battery charging room
Boiler houses
Bowling alleys
Catwalks
Cleaning gear / trash room
compactor
Cold Storage (Food or
provision freezer)
First floor
Upper floors
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
CONCENTRATED
(kN)
(lbs.)
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UNIFORM
(kPa)
(psf)
12. Command Duty Officer Day
room
13. Cornices
14. Corridors, except as otherwise
indicated
15. Court rooms
16. Dance halls and ballrooms
17. Dining rooms and restaurants
18. Decks – (See Item 5.)
2.9
2.9
60
60
-----
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4.8
3.8
4.8
4.8
100
80
100
100
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---------
-----
--4.8
1.9
-----
--1.33
--300
---
0.89
200
100
40
---
---
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19. Dwellings (see residential)
20. Elevator machine room grating
2
2
(on area of 2600 mm (4 in. ))
21. Finish light floor plate
construction
2
2
(on area of 650 mm (1 in. ))
22. Fire escapes
On single-family dwellings only
23. Galleys
Dishwashing rooms
General kitchen area
Provision storage (not
refrigerated)
Preparation room
Meat
Vegetable
24. Garages (passenger vehicles
only)
Trucks & buses
25. Generator rooms
26. Grandstands (see stadium and
arena bleachers)
27. Guard House
28. Gymnasiums, main floors and
balconies
29. Handrails, guards and grab bars
14.4
12.0
300
250
9.6
200
12.0
4.8
1.9
See Section
1607.6 - IBC
9.6
---
250
100
40
See Section
1607.6 - IBC
200
---
Note a
See Section
1607.6 - IBC
-----
Note a
See Section
1607.6 - IBC
-----
3.6
4.8
75
100
-----
-----
See Section
1607.7 - IBC
See Section
1607.7 - IBC
See Section
1607.7 - IBC
See Section
1607.7 - IBC
3.8
2.9
1.9
80
60
40
4.45
4.45
4.45
1,000
1,000
1,000
--7.2
6.0
--150
125
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-------
3.6
75
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30. Hospitals
Corridors above first floor
Operating rooms, laboratories
Private rooms
31. Hotels (see residential)
32. Incinerators; charging room
33. Laboratories, normal scientific
equipment
34. Latrines / Heads / Toilets /
Washroom
CONCENTRATED
(kN)
(lbs.)
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OCCUPANCY OR USE
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UNIFORM
(kPa)
(psf)
2.9
b
7.2
3.8
60
b
150
80
4.45
4.45
4.45
1,000
1,000
1,000
6.0
12.0
3.6
125
250
75
8.9
13.34
---
2,000
3,000
---
4.8
6.0
7.2
4.8
100
125
-----
-----
150
100
-----
-----
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L
35. Libraries
Reading rooms
Stack rooms
Corridors above first floor
36. Manufacturing
Light
Heavy
37. Marquees
38. Mechanical equipment room
(general)
39. Mechanical room (HVAC)
40. Mechanical telephone and
radio equipment room
41. Morgue
42. Office buildings
File and computer rooms
shall be designed for
heavier loads based on
anticipated occupancy
Lobbies and first floor
corridors
Offices
Corridors above first floor
43. Penal Institutions
Cell blocks
Corridors
44. Post offices
General area
Work rooms
45. Power plants
46. Projection booths
47. Promenade roof
48. Pump houses
49. Recreation room
50. Receiving rooms (radio)
including roof areas
supporting antennas and
electronic equipment
51. Refrigeration storage rooms
Dairy
Meat
Vegetable
---
---
---
---
4.8
100
8.9
2,000
2.4
3.8
50
80
8.9
8.9
2,000
2,000
1.9
4.8
40
100
---
---
4.8
6.0
9.6
4.8
2.9
4.8
4.8
100
125
200
100
60
100
100
---
---
-----------
-----------
7.2
150
---
---
9.6
12.0
13.2
200
250
275
-------
-------
C
AN
C
CONCENTRATED
(kN)
(lbs.)
ED
OCCUPANCY OR USE
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UNIFORM
(kPa)
(psf)
0.5
10
---
---
1.0
20
---
---
1.4
1.9
30
40
---
---
1.9
3.8
---
---
---
80
---
---
4.8
Note c
100
Note c
--Note c
--Note c
---
---
1.33
300
0.23
Nonreduceable
5
Nonreduceable
---
---
20
20
-----
-----
---
8.9
2000
--Note l
60
1.33
Note l
---
300
Note l
---
100
---
1.9
3.8
4.8
40
80
100
4.45
4.45
4.45
1,000
1,000
1,000
---
---
0.89
200
C
AN
C
---
40
EL
L
52. Residential
One & two family dwellings
Uninhabitable attics
i
without storage
Uninhabitable attics with
i,j,k
limited storage
Habitable attics and
sleeping areas
All other areas
Hotels and multifamily dwellings
Private rooms & corridors
serving them
Corridors serving as
primary means of
egress to multiple
private rooms
Public rooms and
corridors serving them
53. Reviewing stands, grandstands
and bleachers
54. Roofs
All roof surfaces subject to
maintenance workers
Awnings and canopies
Fabric construction supported
by a light weight rigid
skeleton structure
All other construction
Ordinary flat, pitched, and curved
roofs
Primary roof members, exposed
to a work floor:
Single panel point of lower
chord of roof trusses or any
point along primary
structural members
supporting roofs:
Over manufacturing,
storage warehouses,
and repair garages
All other occupancies
Roofs used for special purposes
Roofs used for promenade
purposes
Roofs used for roof gardens or
assembly purposes
55. Schools
Classrooms
Corridors above first floor
First floor corridors
56. Scuttles, skylight ribs, and
accessible ceilings
CONCENTRATED
(kN)
(lbs.)
ED
OCCUPANCY OR USE
1.0
1.0
----Note l
2.9
4.8
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UNIFORM
(kPa)
(psf)
9.6
12.0
6.0
6.0
14.4
14.4
d
12.0
4.8
c
4.8
c
2.9
1.9
4.8
200
250
125
125
300
300
d
250
AN
63.
C
64.
65.
66.
67. Walkways and elevated platforms
(other than exit ways)
Pedestrian Bridges
68. Yards and terraces, pedestrian
------------e
8,000
---
---
100
c
60
c
---
---
40
100
Note f
Note f
---
---
6.0
11.97
9.58
11.97
9.58
14.36
14.36
7.2
47.88
23.94
14.36
125
250
200
250
200
300
300
150
1000
500
300
4.8
3.6
6.0
3.6
100
75
125
75
4.45
4.45
4.45
---
1,000
1,000
1,000
---
7.2
150
8.9
2000
See Section
1607.7.3 - IBC
See Section
1607.7.3 - IBC
See Section
1607.7.3 IBC
See Section
1607.7.3 - IBC
2.9
4.1
4.8
60
85
100
---
---
---
---
C
General
Light
Heavy
Aircraft
Building Materials
Drugs, paint, oil
Dry Provisions
Groceries, wine, Liquor
Light Tools
Pipe & metal
Paint and oil (one story)
Hardware
Stores
Retail
First floor
Upper floors
Wholesale, all floors
Tailor shop
Telephone exchange rooms
and central computer IT
server spaces
Vehicle barriers
------------e
35.6
100
EL
L
57. Shops: Manufacturing and
Industrial
Aircraft utility
Assembly and repair
Bombsight (w/o shielding)
Carpenter
Electrical
Engine overhaul
58. Sidewalks, vehicular driveways
and yards, subject to trucking
59. Skating rinks
60. Stadiums and arenas
Bleachers
Fixed seats (fastened to floor)
61. Stairs and exits
One- and two-family dwellings
All other
62. Storage warehouses (shall be
designed for heavier loads if
required for anticipate storage)
CONCENTRATED
(kN)
(lbs.)
ED
OCCUPANCY OR USE
/2/
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Notes to Table D-1, “MINIMUM UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LIVE LOADS AND
MINIMUM CONCENTRATED LIVE LOADS”
For SI: 1 square inch = 645.16 mm2, 1 pound per square foot = 0.0479 kN/m2 = 0.0479
kPa, 1 pound = 0.004448 kN, 1 pound per cubic foot = 16 kg/m3.
ED
a. \2\ Floors in garages or portions of building used for the storage of motor vehicles
shall be designed for the uniformly distributed live loads of Table 1607.1 or the
following concentrated loads: (1) for garages restricted to passenger vehicles
accommodating not more than nine passengers, 3,000 pounds (13.34 kN) acting on
an area of 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches (114 mm x 114 mm); (2) for mechanical parking
structures without slab or deck which are used for storing passenger vehicles only,
2,250 pounds (10.0 kN) per wheel. /2/
EL
L
b. The loading applies to stack room floors that support non-mobile, double-faced
library book stacks, subject to the following limitations:
1) The nominal book stack unit height shall not exceed 90 inches (2,290mm).
2) The nominal shelf depth shall not exceed 12 inches (305mm) for each face; and
3) Parallel rows of double-faced book stacks shall be separated by aisles not less
than 36 inches (915 mm) wide.
C
c. Design in accordance with the ICC Standard on Bleachers, Folding and Telescoping
Seating and Grandstands.
AN
d. Other uniform loads in accordance with an approved method which contains
provisions for truck loadings shall also be considered where appropriate.
e. \2\ The concentrated wheel load shall be applied on an area of 4.5 inches by 4.5
inches (114mm x 114mm). /2/
C
f. Minimum concentrated load on stair treads (on area of 4 square inches (2,600 mm2))
is 300 pounds (1.3 kN).
g. Where snow loads occur that are in excess of the design conditions, the structure
shall be designed to support the loads due to the increased loads caused by drift
buildup or a greater snow design determined by the building official. (See IBC
Section 1608). For special-purpose roofs, see IBC Section 1607.11.2.2.
h. See IBC Section 1604.8.3 for decks attached to exterior walls.
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Attics without storage are those where the maximum clear height between the joist
and rafter is less than 42 inches (1067 mm), or where there are not two or more
adjacent trusses with the same web configuration capable of containing a rectangle
42 inches (1067 mm) high by 2 feet (610 mm) wide, or greater, located within the
plane of the truss. For attics without storage, this live load need not be assumed to
act concurrently with any other live load requirements.
j.
For attics with limited storage and constructed with trusses, this live load need only
be applied to those portions of the bottom chord where there are two or more
adjacent trusses with the same web configuration capable of containing a rectangle
42 inches (1067 mm) high by 2 feet (610 mm) wide or greater, located within the
plane of the truss. The rectangle shall fit between the top of the bottom chord and
the bottom of any other truss member, provided that each of the following criteria is
met:
ED
i.
EL
L
1) The attic area is accessible by a pull-down stairway or framed opening in
accordance with Section 1209.2, and
2) The truss shall have a bottom chord pitch less than 2:12
3) Bottom chords of trusses shall be designed for the greater of actual imposed
dead load or 10 psf (0.5 kPa), uniformly distributed over the entire span.
k. Attic spaces served by a fixed stair shall be signed to support the minimum live load
specified for habitable attics and sleeping rooms.
C
Roofs used for other special purposes shall be designed for appropriate loads as
approved by the contracting officer, or the contracting officer’s designated
representative.
C
AN
l.
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APPENDIX E SITE-SPECIFIC STRUCTURAL LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES,
ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
E-1
CLIMATIC LOADING DATA TABLE.
Site-specific structural climatic loading data for DoD locations within the United States,
its territories and possessions is provided in Table E-1.
EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA TABLE.
ED
E-2
Site-specific earthquake loading data for DoD locations within the United States, its
territories and possessions is provided in f E-2.
TABLE E-1 - STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES, ITS
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Base / City
Anniston Army
Depot
Birmingham
Fort McClellan
Fort Rucker
(psf)
(mph)
(inches)
5
5
5
0
90
90
90
107
6
6
6
0
0.24
0.24
0.24
0.00
145
145
145
172
152
152
152
0
5
0
97
130
4
0
0.24
0.00
156
209
102
0
10
60
60
50
60
50
60
60
60
9
86
56
136
0.48
2.87
2.87
2.40
2.87
2.40
2.87
2.87
2.87
0.00
1.44
2.40
7.66
145
145
145
161
145
177
145
161
169
185
209
196
161
229
30
50
160
90
90
90
100
90
110
90
100
105
115
130
122
100
0
10
90
90
0
0
0.00
0.48
145
145
C
State
Alabama
EL
L
TABLE E-1
AN
Maxwell-Gunther
AFB / Montgomery
Mobile
Redstone Arsenal /
Huntsville
Clear AS
Eielson AFB
Elmendorf AFB
Fort Greely
Fort Richardson
Fort Wainwright
Galena AFB
Juneau
Ketchikan
Kodiak
Sitka
Valdez
Davis-Monthan
AFB / Tucson AFB
Fort Huachuca
C
Alaska
Arizona
43
permafrost
129
Permafrost
129
permafrost
86
(kPa) (km/h)
(mm)
permafrost
3277
permafrost
3277
permafrost
2184
2184
1422
3454
0
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Arkansas
Little Rock AFB
Pine Bluff Arsenal
Alameda
MCLB Barstow
Beale AFB
MCMWTC
Bridgeport
MCB Camp
Pendleton
(psf)
(mph)
(inches)
0
0
0
90
90
90
5
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
145
145
145
127
0
0
0
90
0
0.00
145
0
10
10
0
0
0
90
90
85
85
85
14
9
0.48
0.48
0.00
0.00
0.00
145
145
137
137
137
356
229
150
100
36
7.19
161
914
0
(kPa) (km/h)
(mm)
4
0.00
22
137
137
0.00 Special
18
457
NWS China Lake
0
85
85
Special
NSWC Corona
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
NRTF Dixon
0
102
0
0.00
0
22
0
22
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
137
137
Special
137
137
137
559
0
559
0
559
Edwards AFB
El Centro NAF
Fort Irwin
Fresno ANG
0
0
0
0
85
85
Special
85
85
85
NAS Lemoore
Los Angeles AFB /
El Segundo
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
Los Angeles
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
March ARB
McClellan AFB /
Sacramento
NWC Mohave
Range
Presidio of
Monterey
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
0
85
5
0.00
137
127
0
85
22
0.00
137
559
0
85
4
0.00
137
102
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
C
AN
C
California
Base / City
Luke Air Force
Base
Phoenix
MCAS Yuma
Yuma Proving
Ground
EL
L
State
Arizona
ED
TABLE E-1
Point Mugu / Port
Hueneme
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
(psf)
(mph)
(inches)
0
85
0
0
85
0
85
0
San Nicolas Island
Seal Beach NWS
Seal Beach NWS –
Concord
Detachment
0
0
85
85
0
137
0
137
0
0.00
EL
L
137
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
137
137
0
0
85
0
0.00
137
0
15
85
54
0.72
137
1372
0
0
85
85
4
0
0.00
0.00
137
137
102
0
0
0
85
85
5
0
0.00
0.00
137
137
127
0
20
20
52
52
0.96
0.96
15
90
90
90
Special
15
90
Special
Sierra Army Depot /
Herlong
Stockton / San
Joaquin
Travis AFB
MCB Twentynine
Palms
Vandenberg AFB
Buckley AFB /
Aurora
Denver
AN
Fort Carson
Cheyenne
Mountain AS /
NORAD
Peterson AFB /
Colorado Springs
Schriever AFB
Connecticut
0.00
(mm)
0.00
C
Colorado
(kPa) (km/h)
ED
Base / City
San Diego Region
NAS North Island
NAB Coronada
MCRD
MCAS Miramar
Naval Medical Ctr
San Diego NS
Point Loma
Moffett Field Onizuka /
Sunnyvale
San Clemente
Island Naval
Reservation
C
State
California
USAF Academy
NSB New London /
Groton
30
CS
0
38
145
145
145
0.72 Special
38
145
0.72 Special
38
30
90
90
90
Special
30
120
45
1.44
CS
1321
1321
965
965
965
38
145
145
145
1.44 Special
38
1.44
965
193
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Florida
Base / City
Dover AFB
Washington
Region
Bolling AFB
Anacostia NS
Fort McNair
Marine Barracks
NRL Washington
NDW / Anacostia
Pentagon
Walter Reed
Avon Park AS
Cape Canaveral
AFS
(psf)
25
(mph)
95
25
90
0
110
(kPa) (km/h)
1.20
153
(mm)
559
26
1.20
145
660
0
0.00
177
0
0
125
0
0.00
201
0
0
0
0
133
150
135
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
214
241
217
0
0
0
115
0
0.00
185
0
NAS Key West
MacDill AFB
NAS Mayport
HQ Southcom /
Miami
0
0
0
150
120
120
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
241
193
193
0
0
0
0
140
0
0.00
225
0
Orlando
NAS Panama City
0
0
108
130
0
0
0.00
0.00
174
209
0
0
Patrick AFB
NAS Pensacola
Tampa
Tyndall AFB
NAS Whiting Field /
Milton
MCLB Albany
Athens NCSC
Dobbins AFB /
Atlanta NAS
Fort Benning
Fort Gordon
0
0
0
0
125
140
118
130
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
201
225
190
209
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
125
98
90
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.24
201
158
145
0
0
5
5
10
90
95
93
0.24
0.24
0.48
145
153
150
Eglin AFB
Homestead
Hurlburt Field
C
AN
C
NAS Jacksonville /
MCSF Blount Island /
Jacksonville
Georgia
(inches)
22
EL
L
State
Delaware
District of
Columbia
ED
TABLE E-1
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
(psf)
(mph)
5
90
Fort Stewart
Hunter Army
Airfield / Savannah
0
110
0
120
NSB Kings Bay
Moody AFB
Robins AFB
PMRF Barking
Sands, Kauai
MCBH Kaneohe
Bay
Pohakuloa Training
Area
Pearl Harbor
Region:
Camp H.M. Smith
Fort Shafter
Hickam AFB
Pearl Harbor
Tripler AMC
Wahiawa Region:
Lualualei
Wahiawa Naval
Reservation
Wheeler AFB
Schofield Barracks
ARD Bayview
Boise ANG
Mountain Home
AFB
Fort Sheridan /
Chicago
Great Lakes
Rock Island
Arsenal
0
0
5
120
98
92
0
105
0
105
0
0
Illinois
Indiana
Scott AFB
Springfield
Crane NWSC
Grissom ARB
(kPa) (km/h)
(mm)
0.24
145
0
0.00
177
0
0
0.00
193
0
0.00
0.00
0.24
193
158
148
0
0
0
0
0.00
169
0
0
0.00
169
0
105
0
0
169
0
105
0
0.00
169
0
0.00
169
0
0.48
0.48
145
145
AN
C
Idaho
(inches)
0
0
0
C
Hawaii
Base / City
Fort McPherson /
Fort Gillem
EL
L
State
Georgia
ED
TABLE E-1
0
105
10
10
90
90
20
90
64
0.96
145
1626
25
25
90
90
59
64
1.20
1.20
145
145
1499
1626
20
90
64
0.96
145
1626
20
20
20
20
90
90
90
90
38
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
145
145
145
145
965
47
0
36
49
914
1245
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
Kentucky
Louisiana
(mph)
(inches)
20
25
20
90
90
90
44
82
54
Fort Riley
McConnell AFB
Fort Campbell
Fort Knox
Louisville
Richmond
Barksdale AFB
Fort Polk / Leesville
NAS JRB New
Orleans / Belle
Chasse
NAS Brunswick
20
25
15
15
15
15
5
5
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
95
0
50
NRTF Cutler
50
(mm)
0.96
1.20
0.96
1118
2083
1372
145
145
145
7
0
145
145
145
145
145
145
145
153
1321
965
559
813
813
0
178
0
130
100
0
86
0.00
2.40
209
161
0
2184
98
86
2.40
158
2184
50
100
\2\ 48 /2/
2.40
161
\2\ 1220 /2/
50
98
86
2.40
158
2184
25
90
29
1.20
145
737
25
25
90
90
24
26
1.20
1.20
145
145
610
660
25
90
20
1.20
145
508
Bloods Island
Edgewood Arsenal
Fort Detrick /
Fredrick
20
25
102
90
29
0.96
1.20
164
145
737
30
90
29
1.44
145
737
Fort Meade
Indian Head NSWC
25
25
90
90
26
22
1.20
1.20
145
145
660
559
Martin State ANG
NS Pax River ,
Webster Field / St.
Inigoes
25
90
29
1.20
145
737
20
90
26
0.96
145
660
AN
PNSY Kittery
Winter Harbor
NSGA
Aberdeen Proving
Ground
Adelphi
Andrews AFB
Carderock NSWC /
Bethesda
C
Maryland
(kPa) (km/h)
0.96
1.20
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.24
0.24
C
Maine
(psf)
ED
Iowa
Kansas
Base / City
Fort Benjamin
Harrison /
Indianapolis
Des Moines
Fort Leavenworth
52
38
22
32
32
EL
L
State
Indiana
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Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
Michigan
Minnesota
(mph)
(inches)
25
50
90
97
Hanscom AFB
50
100
Natick
Otis AGB /
Falmouth
50
100
25
115
Westover ARB
Battle Creek
Detroit Arsenal /
Warren
Selfridge ANG
Base
Minneapolis – St
Paul
Stennis / Bay St.
Louis
Columbus AFB
Gulfport
Jackson
Keesler AFB
NAS Meridian
Pascagoula NS
Vicksburg
Fort Leonard Wood
35
30
95
90
Nebraska
Nevada
26
64
1.20
2.40
145
156
660
1626
54
2.40
161
1372
2.40
161
38
1.20
185
965
64
1.68
1.44
153
145
1626
61
1.20
145
1549
25
90
59
1.20
145
1499
50
90
125
2.40
145
3175
0
10
0
5
0
5
0
5
20
130
90
135
92
140
97
150
90
90
0.00
0.48
0.00
0.24
0.00
0.24
0.00
0.24
0.96
209
145
217
148
225
156
241
145
145
Kansas City
Overland
St. Louis
Whiteman AFB
Great Falls ANG
20
20
20
20
20
90
90
90
90
90
145
145
145
145
145
1245
38
46
107
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
Malmstrom AFB
Offutt AFB
Lincoln
NAS Fallon
Indian Springs AFS
Nellis AFB
20
25
25
5
5
5
90
90
90
90
90
90
107
73
64
23
7
7
0.96
1.20
1.20
0.24
0.24
0.24
145
145
145
145
145
145
2718
1854
1626
584
178
178
AN
Montana
(mm)
90
C
Missouri
(kPa) (km/h)
25
C
Mississippi
(psf)
ED
Base / City
U.S Naval
Academy /
Annapolis
Massachusetts Fort Devens / Ayer
EL
L
State
Maryland
49
7
0
5
0
5
0
36
49
178
0
127
0
127
0
914
965
1168
2718
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
New Mexico
(mph)
(inches)
(kPa) (km/h)
(mm)
Nellis AF Range
Portsmouth Naval
Shipyard
NWS Earle / Colts
Neck
5
90
7
0.24
145
178
50
100
\2\ 48 /2/
2.40
161
\2\ 1220 /2/
20
110
0.96
177
Fort Dix / Trenton
25
105
Fort Monmouth
Lakehurst
McGuire AFB
Picatinny Arsenal
Albuquerque
Cannon AFB
Holloman AFB
20
25
25
35
10
15
5
110
105
105
90
90
90
90
Kirtland AFB
White Sands
Buffalo
Fort Drum
Fort Hamilton /
Brooklyn
10
5
45
70
(a)
90
90
90
25
105
Griffis AFB / Rome
NIAGARA FALLS
IAP
NSU Saratoga
Springs
Stewart ANG /
Newburgh
Syracuse
60
90
35
90
50
90
35
40
54
73
AN
C
New York
(psf)
ED
New
Hampshire
New Jersey
Base / City
29
1.20
169
737
38
29
29
32
18
18
4
0.96
1.20
1.20
1.68
0.48
0.72
0.24
177
169
169
145
145
145
145
965
737
737
813
457
457
102
18
4
59
94
0.48
0.24
2.16
3.35
(a)
145
145
145
457
102
1499
2388
1.20
169
86
2.87
145
2184
59
1.68
145
1499
2.40
145
EL
L
State
Nevada
30
40
90
82
1.92
145
2083
North Carolina MCAS Cherry Point
Fort Bragg
Jacksonville
Region
10
10
128
95
0
0
0.48
0.48
206
153
0
0
10
10
130
95
0
0
0.48
0.48
209
153
0
0
C
West Point
Watervliet Arsenal /
Albany
90
90
90
Special
MCB Camp Lejeune
MCAS New River
Pope AFB
50
1.68
1.92
1372
1854
54
145
145
145
1.44 Special
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
(mph)
93
(inches)
100
90
90
90
90
4
156
90
90
(kPa) (km/h)
0.72
150
(mm)
161
145
145
145
145
102
3962
163
52
0.48
2.87
1.92
1.92
0.96
46
0.96
145
1168
49
0.96
145
1245
145
145
145
356
356
C
AN
C
EL
L
State
Base / City
(psf)
North Carolina Raleigh
15
Seymour Johnson
10
AFB
North Dakota Grand Forks AFB
60
40
NRTF La Moure
40
Minot AFB
Ohio
20
Cleveland
DSC Whitehall /
20
Columbus
Wright-Patterson
20
AFB
Youngstown ARS /
20
Vienna
Oklahoma
10
Altus AFB
10
Fort Sill
McAlester Army
10
Ammunition Plant
Tinker AFB /
10
Oklahoma City
10
Tulsa
15
Vance AFB
Oregon
10
Portland
Pennsylvania ARS Coraopolis /
25
Pittsburg
25
Carlisle Barracks
Fort Indiantown
35
Gap / Annville
Letterkenny /
30
Chambersburg
25
Mechanicsburg
25
Philadelphia
New Cumberland /
Defense Depot
25
Susquehanna
Tobyhanna Army
50
Depot
Willow Grove ARS /
30
NAS
Rhode Island NS Newport
30
South Carolina MCAS Beaufort
5
ED
TABLE E-1
4140
1321
90
90
90
14
14
0.96
0.48
0.48
90
16
0.48
145
406
90
90
90
85
17
23
22
14
0.48
0.48
0.72
0.48
145
145
145
137
432
584
559
356
90
90
38
36
1.20
1.20
145
145
965
914
90
49
1.68
145
1245
90
90
90
36
1.44
1.20
1.20
145
145
145
914
1.20
145
0
52
2.40
145
35
0
1.44
1.44
0.24
145
185
196
30
90
90
90
115
122
51
762
0
889
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Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
State
Base / City
South Carolina Charleston
Region:
Charletion AFB
NWS Charleston
Columbia Region:
McEntire
Fort Jackson
Shaw AFB
(psf)
(mph)
(inches)
5
125
0
MCRD Parris Island
South Dakota Ellsworth AFB
Tennessee
Arnold AFB
NSWC LCC /
Memphis
NSA Mid-South /
Millington
Nashville
Texas
NAS JRB, Carswell
/ Fort Worth
0
20
10
NAS Corpus Christi
Dallas / Irving
Dyess AFB
Ellington ANG /
Houston
(kPa) (km/h)
0.24
0
0
ED
97
201
0.48
156
0
0.00
0.96
0.48
201
145
145
0
2184
EL
L
10
(mm)
125
90
90
90
0
0.48
145
0
10
10
90
90
22
0.48
0.48
145
145
559
5
90
7
0.24
145
178
0
5
5
130
90
90
0
7
7
0.00
0.24
0.24
209
145
145
0
178
178
0
115
0
0.00
185
0
Fort Bliss / El Paso
5
90
0
0.24
145
0
Fort Hood / Killeen
Goodfellow AFB
NS Ingleside
NAS Kingsville
Laughlin AFB
Red River Army
Depot / Texarkana
San Antonio
Region
Brooks AFB
Fort Sam Houston
Kelly AFB
Lackland AFB
Randolph AFB
Sheppard AFB
5
5
0
0
0
90
90
130
115
90
6
5
0
0
0
0.24
0.24
0.00
0.00
0.00
145
145
209
185
145
152
127
0
0
0
5
90
8
0.24
145
203
5
90
0
0.24
145
0
5
90
11
0.24
145
279
C
AN
C
10
0
86
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE E-1
(kPa) (km/h)
(mm)
54
73
59
0.48
1.92
0.72
145
145
145
1372
1854
1499
52
1.20
1.20
145
145
1321
5
185
145
145
156
145
169
145
182
127
26
9
14
9
26
9
0.48
1.20
1.20
0.72
0.96
0.48
1.20
0.48
90
26
1.20
145
660
10
10
105
110
9
9
0.48
0.48
169
177
229
229
10
107
9
0.48
172
229
10
105
9
0.48
169
229
NSA Northwest /
Chesapeake
10
105
9
0.48
169
229
NAS Oceana /
Virginia Beach
MCB Quantico
10
25
113
90
9
22
0.48
1.20
182
145
229
559
25
90
1.20
145
20
20
90
115
0.96
0.96
145
185
Dugway Proving
Ground
Hill AFB
Salt Lake City
Tooele Army Depot
Dahlgren
Dam Neck / Virginia
Beach Ocean front
Fort A. P. Hill
Fort Belvoir
Fort Eustis
Fort Lee
Fort Monroe
Fort Myer
Fort Story
Henderson Hall /
Arlington
Langley AFB /
Hampton
NAB Little Creek
Norfolk Region:
Camp Elmore
Craney Island
Depot
Norfolk Naval Base
Norfolk Shipyard –
Naval Hospital /
Portsmouth
(psf)
(mph)
(inches)
10
40
15
90
90
90
25
25
90
90
10
25
25
15
20
10
25
10
115
90
90
97
90
105
90
113
25
C
AN
C
EL
L
Virginia
Base / City
ED
State
Utah
Radford AAP
Defense Supply Ctr
/ Richmond
Wallops Island
53
18
660
229
356
229
660
229
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
State
Virginia
(inches)
(kPa) (km/h)
0.72
153
229
64
0.72(b)
2.01
137
137
1626
9
0.72(b)
137
229
0.72(b)
0.72(b)
137
137
9
0.72(b)
137
229
9
0.72
137
229
9
0.72(b)
137
229
Wyoming
American
Samoa
Mariana
Islands
Puerto Rico
C
85
CS
30
20
30
40
137
0.72
137
229
90
90
90
90
90
22
38
114
CS
1.44
0.96
1.44
1.92
145
145
145
145
145
559
965
2896
30
30
90
90
75
75
1.44
1.44
145
145
1905
1905
F. E. Warren AFB
Pago Pago / Tutuila
Island
20
90
59
0.96
145
1499
0
125
0
0.00
201
0
Guam
0
170
0
0.00
274
0
Saipan / Tinian
0
150
0
0.00
241
0
All
0
145
0
0.00
233
0
C
Wisconsin
15
0.72(b)
9
Seattle
Allegheny Ballistics
Lab
Beckley
Huntington
Sugar Grove NRS
Fort McCoy
General Mitchell
AFRC / Milwaukee
Madison
AN
West Virginia
(mm)
9
EL
L
Washington
Base / City
(psf) (mph)
Yorktown Region:
Camp Perry
15
95
Cheatham Annex
Yorktown NWS
15 (b)
85
NS Everett
42
85
Fairchild AFB
Fort Lewis /
15 (b)
85
Tacoma
85
Indian Island SWC 15 (b)
15 (b)
85
NRS Jim Creek
Keyport / Bangor
15 (b)
85
Engin. Sta Annex
15
85
McChord AFB
Puget Sound
Region:
15 (b)
85
Bangor NSB
Bremerton NS
Puget Sound NSY
NAS Whidbey
15 (b)
85
Island / Oak Harbor
ED
TABLE E-1
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Notes to TABLE E-1, “STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES,
ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS”
(a) – Wind speed equals 125 mph (201 km/h) in the south sector of Kirtland AFB. Wind speed
equals 100 mph (161 km/h) on the remainder of the base.
(b) – Ground snow load to be used for Navy facilities at identified locations in Washington
State equals 25 psf (1.20 kPa).
ED
CS – Site specific case studies are required to establish ground snow loads.
C
AN
C
EL
L
Special - Special wind regions where unusual geographic conditions require consideration for
potential unusual wind conditions. The wind speeds shown are minimum values. The
potential for higher wind speeds due to unusual geographic conditions should also be
considered.
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TABLE E-2 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES, ITS
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
TABLE E-2
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
Anniston Army Depot
28
9
11
4
Birmingham
30
10
11
4
Fort McClellan
28
Fort Rucker
Maxwell-Gunther AFB /
Montgomery
11
Mobile
Redstone Arsenal /
Huntsville
Clear AS
Eielson AFB
Elmendorf AFB
Fort Greely
Fort Richardson
Fort Wainwright
Galena AFB
Juneau
Ketchikan
Kodiak
Sitka
Valdez
Davis-Monthan AFB /
Tucson AFB
12
30
108
106
149
81
152
111
35
57
23
179
102
147
9
11
4
6
4
2
7
6
3
5
4
2
11
30
29
55
38
57
31
10
27
14
66
52
57
11
47
44
100
34
101
49
15
27
11
116
52
93
4
14
14
30
14
31
14
4
14
8
37
31
30
28
8
13
4
Fort Huachuca
26
8
12
3
Luke Air Force Base
17
6
11
3
18
68
47 Max
20 Min
6
26
23 Max
14 Min
11
37
29 Max
15 Min
3
14
11 Max
6 Min
Little Rock AFB
57
18
14
4
Pine Bluff Arsenal
44
15
11
4
Alameda
150
60
123
55
MCLB Barstow
133
48
61
22
Beale AFB
44
20
26
11
16
AN
C
Arizona
Phoenix
MCAS Yuma
Yuma Proving Ground
Arkansas
California
ED
SS
(%g)
C
Alaska
Base / City
EL
L
State
Alabama
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
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TABLE E-2
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
39
51 Max
42 Min
63
21
MCB Camp Pendleton
110
139 Max
111 Min
61
25
NWS China Lake
136 Max
109 Min
45 Max
38 Min
80 Max
61 Min
27 Max
19 Min
169
60
127
47
129
115 Max
86 Min
190 Max
150 Min
197 Max
78 Min
42
59 Max
39 Min
66 Max
60 Min
95 Max
29 Min
85 Max
47 Min
160 Max
128 Min
144 Max
40 Min
39 Max
21 Min
54 Max
39 Min
55 Max
15 Min
Fresno ANG
49
22
27
12
NAS Lemoore
Los Angeles AFB / El
Segundo
89
33
49
20
150
60
113
39
Los Angeles
188
68
119
42
150
60
127
50
48
197 Max
94 Min
22
95 Max
33 Min
28
106 Max
49 Min
13
36 Max
20 Min
151
63
105
37
219
91
128
54
146
157
163
137
155
140
154
56
63
65
51
60
54
61
66.4
62.8
67.5
64.8
63.4
60.8
72.5
24.8
22.8
25.4
24.1
24.3
22.2
26.1
150
60
125
57
83
26
31
12
Base / City
MCMWTC Bridgeport
NSWC Corona
NRTF Dixon
Edwards AFB
C
Fort Irwin
EL
L
El Centro NAF
AN
March ARB
McClellan AFB /
Sacremento
NWC Mohave Range
C
ED
State
California
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
Presidio of Monterey
Point Mugu / Port
Hueneme
San Diego Region
NAS North Island
NAB Coronada
MCRD
MCAS Miramar
Naval Medical Ctr
San Diego NS
NS Point Loma
Moffett Field – Onizuka /
Sunnyvale
San Clemente Island
Naval Reservation
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TABLE E-2
Base / City
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
San Nicolas Island
62
22
26
10
Seal Beach NWS
Seal Beach NWS –
Concord Detachment
Sierra Army Depot /
Herlong
164
61
110
37
150
60
145
55
Stockton / San Joaquin
148
95
35
48
16
48
76
26
186
162 Max
88 Min
138 Max
105 Min
60
58 Max
30 Min
49 Max
36 Min
111
102 Max
39 Min
64 Max
53 Min
37
32 Max
14 Min
24 Max
19 Min
Buckley AFB / Aurora
20
5
7
2
Denver
21
6
8
2
Fort Carson
Cheyenne Mountain AS /
NORAD
Peterson AFB / Colorado
Springs
21
6
7
2
21
6
7
2
20
6
7
2
Schriever AFB
19
6
7
2
Travis AFB
EL
L
MCB Twentynine Palms
Vandenberg AFB
C
Colorado
ED
State
California
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
22
6
8
2
NSB New London / Groton
21
6
8
3
Delaware
Dover AFB
Washington Region
Bolling AFB
Anacostia NS
Fort McNair
Marine Barracks
NRL Washington
NDW / Anacostia
Pentagon
Walter Reed
16
5
7
2
15
5
6
2
Avon Park AS
8
3
2
1
Cape Canaveral AFS
9
4
3
1
Eglin AFB
10
5
3
2
Homestead
5
2
1
0
Hurlburt Field
9
5
3
2
AN
USAF Academy
Connecticut
C
District of
Columbia
Florida
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TABLE E-2
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
14
6
5
2
NAS Key West
3
1
MacDill AFB
7
3
2
1
NAS Mayport
15
6
5
2
HQ Southcom / Miami
5
2
1
1
Orlando
10
4
3
1
NAS Panama City
8
5
3
2
Patrick AFB
8
4
2
1
NAS Pensacola
10
5
3
2
Tampa
8
3
2
1
8
4
3
2
NAS Whiting Field / Milton
11
5
4
2
MCLB Albany
13
6
5
3
Athens NCSC
Dobbins AFB / Atlanta
NAS
26
9
12
5
25
9
11
4
Fort Benning
15
7
6
3
Fort Gordon
Fort McPherson / Fort
Gillem
33
11
14
5
22
9
10
4
Fort Stewart
Hunter Army Airfield /
Savannah
29
10
9
4
38
12
12
4
NSB Kings Bay
17
7
6
3
Moody AFB
13
6
5
3
Robins AFB
PMRF Barking Sands,
Kauai
19
8
8
4
19
6
MCBH Kaneohe Bay
63
18
8
30
2
8
Pearl Harbor Region:
Camp H.M. Smith
Fort Shafter
Hickam AFB
Pearl Harbor
Tripler AMC
61
18
29
8
Tyndall AFB
C
AN
C
Georgia
Hawaii
ED
SS
(%g)
Base / City
NAS Jacksonville / MCSF
Blount Island / Jacksonville
EL
L
State
Florida
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
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Illinois
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
Pohakuloa Training Area
150
60
59
Wahiawa Region:
Lualualei
Wahiawa Naval Res
Wheeler AFB
Schofield Barracks
ARD Bayview
12
10
17
16
5
5
9
14
4
6
5
2
Fort Sheridan / Chicago
15
Great Lakes
14
5
5
2
Rock Island Arsenal
13
6
5
2
Scott AFB
66
19
24
6
27
11
10
4
Crane NWSC
Grissom ARB
Fort Benjamin Harrison /
Indianapolis
Des Moines
35
15
12
7
13
6
4
3
18
8
8
4
7
3
3
1
Fort Leavenworth
13
6
4
2
Fort Riley
19
5
6
2
14
74 Max
59 Min
5
22 Max
19 Min
5
24 Max
18 Min
2
6 Max
6 Min
Fort Knox
26
11
10
4
Louisville
25
10
10
4
Richmond
23
9
10
4
Barksdale AFB
16
7
5
2
Fort Polk / Leesville
NAS JRB New Orleans /
Belle Chasse
12
5
4
2
11
5
4
1
NAS Brunswick
30
8
12
4
NRTF Cutler
27
7
PNSY Kittery
Winter Harbour NSGA
36
21
8
6
13
8
4
3
C
Fort Campbell
C
8
26
Kentucky
Maine
28
Mountain Home AFB
McConnell AFB
Louisiana
17
Boise ANG
AN
Iowa
Kansas
10/50 S1
(%g)
42
30
Springfield
Indiana
10/50 SS
(%g)
ED
Idaho
Base / City
EL
L
State
Hawaii
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
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TABLE E-2
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
Aberdeen Proving Ground
20
5
8
2
Adelphi
Andrews AFB
Carderock NSWC /
Bethesda
Bloods Island
Edgewood Arsenal
16
15
5
5
6
6
2
2
16
12
19
5
5
5
6
5
7
2
2
2
Fort Detrick / Fredrick
Fort Meade
Indian Head NSWC
16
16
16
5
5
5
7
6
7
2
2
2
Martin State ANG
NS Pax River , Webster
Field / St. Inigoes
U.S Naval Academy /
Annapolis
18
5
7
2
14
5
6
2
16
5
6
2
Fort Devens / Ayer
28
7
11
3
Hanscom AFB
28
7
11
3
Natick
26
7
10
3
Otis AGB / Falmouth
20
5
8
2
Westover ARB
23
7
9
3
Battle Creek
11
5
4
2
Detroit Arsenal / Warren
Selfridge ANG Base
12
11
4
4
4
4
2
2
Minnesota
Minneapolis – St Paul
6
3
2
1
Mississippi
Stennis / Bay St. Louis
12
5
4
2
Columbus AFB
28
11
8
4
Gulfport
12
5
4
2
Jackson
20
9
6
3
Keesler AFB
12
5
4
2
NAS Meridian
20
8
7
3
Pascagoula NS
11
5
4
2
Vicksburg
20
9
6
3
Fort Leonard Wood
30
12
10
4
Kansas City
13
6
4
2
Overland
52
16
19
5
C
EL
L
AN
Michigan
C
Massachusetts
Missouri
ED
Base / City
State
Maryland
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TABLE E-2
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
St. Louis
58
17
21
6
Whiteman AFB
14
7
5
2
Great Falls ANG
23
8
13
4
Malmstrom AFB
20
8
12
4
Nebraska
Offutt AFB
13
4
4
1
Nevada
Lincoln
NAS Fallon
18
81
5
29
5
43
2
14
Indian Springs AFS
Nellis AFB
45
16
24
8
17
26
9
70Max
59 Min
26 Max
19 Min
37 Max
28 Min
13 Max
9 Min
36
8
13
4
30
6
11
3
Fort Dix / Trenton
26
6
10
3
Fort Monmouth
30
6
11
3
Lakehurst
25
6
10
3
McGuire AFB
26
6
10
3
Picatinny Arsenal
32
7
12
3
Albuquerque
55
17
27
7
Cannon AFB
11
3
4
1
Holloman AFB
32
10
13
4
Kirtland AFB
56
17
27
7
White Sands
41
13
13
4
Buffalo
Fort Drum
Fort Hamilton / Brooklyn
28
30
35
6
8
7
9
12
12
2
4
3
Griffis AFB / Rome
NIAGARA FALLS IAP
22
28
7
6
9
9
3
2
NSU Saratoga Springs
26
7
11
4
Stewart ANG / Newburgh
Syracuse
28
18
7
6
11
8
3
3
West Point
31
7
12
3
Watervliet Arsenal / Albany
23
7
10
3
50
EL
L
Montana
AN
C
Nellis AF Range
New Hampshire Portsmouth Naval
Shipyard
New Jersey
NWS Earle / Colts Neck
New Mexico
C
New York
ED
Base / City
State
Missouri
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TABLE E-2
Ohio
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
MCAS Cherry Point
16
7
5
2
Fort Bragg
Jacksonville Region
MCB Camp Lejeune
MCAS New River
29
10
9
4
21
8
6
3
Pope AFB
29
Raleigh
20
Seymour Johnson AFB
20
Grand Forks AFB
5
NRTF La Moure
Minot AFB
6
7
Cleveland
10
9
4
8
8
4
8
7
3
2
2
0
2
2
2
1
19
5
6
2
DSC Whitehall / Columbus
15
6
7
3
Wright-Patterson AFB
19
7
8
3
Youngstown ARS / Vienna
17
5
6
2
Altus AFB
Fort Sill
McAlester Army
Ammunition Plant
Tinker AFB / Oklahoma
City
20
38
6
9
6
8
2
2
21
7
7
2
32
7
10
3
Tulsa
Vance AFB
16
23
7
6
6
7
2
2
Portland
93
32
43
17
ARS Coraopolis / Pittsburg
Carlisle Barracks
Fort Indiantown Gap /
Annville
Letterkenny /
Chambersburg
Mechanicsburg
12
17
5
5
5
7
2
2
21
6
8
2
16
18
5
5
6
7
2
2
Philadelphia
New Cumberland /
Defense Depot
Susquehanna
28
6
10
3
19
5
7
2
Tobyhanna Army Depot
Willow Grove ARS / NAS
22
28
6
6
9
11
3
3
AN
C
Oklahoma
SS
(%g)
Oregon
C
Pennsylvania
ED
North Dakota
Base / City
EL
L
State
North Carolina
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
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TABLE E-2
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
Base / City
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
NS Newport
21
6
8
2
South Carolina
MCAS Beaufort
Charleston Region:
Charletion AFB
NWS Charleston
Columbia Region:
McEntire
Fort Jackson
Shaw AFB
71
19
19
6
192
219
49
55
34
36
8
8
16
15
18
22
20
22
6
6
6
17
18
5
4
11
5
12
2
5
Tennessee
62
Ellsworth AFB
Arnold AFB
15
30
NSWC LCC / Memphis
NSA Mid-South / Millington
Nashville
NAS JRB, Carswell / Fort
Worth
141
150
33
38
43
13
28
32
12
7
7
5
11
5
4
2
NAS Corpus Christi
Dallas / Irving
8
12
2
5
2
4
1
2
Dyess AFB
9
4
3
1
Ellington ANG / Houston
9
4
3
1
Fort Bliss / El Paso
31
10
14
4
Fort Hood / Killeen
8
4
3
1
Goodfellow AFB
8
3
3
1
NS Ingleside
NAS Kingsville
Laughlin AFB
Red River Army Depot /
Texarkana
San Antonio Region
Brooks AFB
Fort Sam Houston
Kelly AFB
Lackland AFB
Randolph AFB
8
8
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
17
8
6
2
12
11
11
11
11
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
Sheppard AFB
17
6
5
2
Dugway Proving Ground
35
14
17
6
Hill AFB
114
48
50
17
C
AN
C
Texas
MCRD Parris Island
EL
L
South Dakota
56
56
67
Utah
ED
State
Rhode Island
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TABLE E-2
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
Base / City
SS
(%g)
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
Salt Lake City
Tooele Army Depot
153
73
60
27
61
35
20
12
Virginia
Dahlgren
Dam Neck / Virginia Beach
Ocean front
16
5
6
2
11
5
4
2
Fort A. P. Hill
18
5
7
2
Fort Belvoir
15
5
6
2
Fort Eustis
13
5
5
2
Fort Lee
19
6
7
3
Fort Monroe
12
5
5
2
15
5
EL
L
6
2
11
5
4
2
Henderson Hall / Arlington
15
5
6
2
Langley AFB / Hampton
12
5
5
2
NAB Little Creek
Norfolk Region:
Camp Elmore
Craney Island Depot
Norfolk Naval Base
Norfolk Shipyard – Naval
Hospital / Portsmouth
NSA Northwest /
Chesapeake
NAS Oceana / Virginia
Beach
MCB Quantico
Defense Supply Ctr /
Richmond
Radford AAP
11
5
5
2
12
5
5
2
12
5
5
2
12
5
5
2
11
17
5
5
4
7
2
2
22
32
6
8
8
3
Wallops Island
Yorktown Region:
Camp Perry
Cheatham Annex
Yorktown NWS
10
4
4
2
13
5
5
2
118(a)
42(b)
62
20
Fairchild AFB
39
11
13
4
Fort Lewis / Tacoma
117
41
59
20
127(a)
46(b)
63
21
Fort Myer
C
AN
C
Fort Story
Washington
ED
State
Utah
NS Everett
Indian Island SWC
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TABLE E-2
NRS Jim Creek
Keyport / Bangor Engin.
Sta Annex
McChord AFB
Puget Sound Region:
Bangor NSB
Bremerton NS
Puget Sound NSY
NAS Whidbey Island / Oak
Harbor
10/50 S1
(%g)
110(a)
38(b)
59
19
129(a)
45(b)
69
22
119
41
61
20
158(a)
150(a)
153(a)
56(b)
53(b)
54(b)
76
72
73
23
23
23
133(a)
47(b)
59
20
Seattle
151
52
75
22
Allegheny Ballistics Lab
Beckley
13
26
6
8
10
4
Huntington
Sugar Grove NRS
19
18
7
6
8
7
3
3
Fort McCoy
General Mitchell AFRC /
Milwaukee
6
3
2
1
11
5
4
1
Madison
11
4
4
1
F. E. Warren AFB
American Samoa Pago Pago / Tutuila Island
20
5
8
2
100
40
50
20
AN
Wyoming
10/50 SS
(%g)
EL
L
Wisconsin
S1
(%g)
C
West Virginia
SS
(%g)
Base / City
ED
State
Washington
Seismic Data (Site Class B)
Mariana Islands Guam
150
60
75
30
Saipan / Tinian
150
60
75
30
NRTF Aguada
119
38
Fort Buchanan
89
31
50
20
Ramey AFB
120
38
NS Roosevelt Roads
87
28
Sebana Seca NRS
90
31
C
Puerto Rico
Notes to TABLE E-2, “EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA – UNITED STATES,
ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS”
(a) – For Navy facilities at identified locations in Washington State use minimum SS of
150 %g.
(b) – For Navy facilities at identified locations in Washington State use minimum S1 of
50 %g.
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APPENDIX F SITE-SPECIFIC STRUCTURAL LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE
UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
F-1
CLIMATIC LOADING DATA TABLE.
Site-specific structural climatic loading data for potential DoD locations outside of the
United States, its territories and possessions is provided in Table F-1.
EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA TABLE.
ED
F-2
Site-specific earthquake loading data for potential DoD locations outside of the United
States, its territories and possessions is provided in Table F-2.
TABLE F-1 - STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE
UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
Continent
/ Region Country
Asia
Base / City
Djibouti
Djibouti
Egypt
Alexandria
Morocco
Casablanca
0
0
0
0
0
(mph)
Note
(a)
90
85
90
78
85
91
114
92
91
(psf)
0
0
0
C
Africa
EL
L
Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE F-1
Afghanistan Kabul
Bahrain
Bombay
AN
India
NSA Bahrain
Calcutta
Madras
New Delhi
Iraq
(inches)
0
0
0
(kPa)
0.00
0.00
0.00
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
(km/h)
Note
(a)
145
137
145
125
137
146
183
148
146
(mm)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Baghdad
Basra
C
Japan
NAF Atsugi
21
100
6
1.00
161
152
MCAS Iwakuni
12
120
10
0.57
193
254
Iwo Jima
0
58
210
101
0
30
0.00
2.78
338
163
0
762
0
180
0
0.00
290
0
21
12
15
100
100
100
6
6
6
1.00
0.57
0.71
161
161
161
152
152
152
Misawa AFB
Okinawa
(All
installations)
Sagamihara
Sasebo
Tokyo
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Continent
/ Region Country
Base / City
COMFLTACT
Yokosuka
Yokota AFB,
Honshu
Camp Zama
(psf)
(inches)
12
100
6
0.57
161
152
21
100
6
1.00
161
161
21
100
6
1.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Kuwait
Kuwait City
Oman
Areas south and
west of Jabal
Akehadar
- Ibri
0
- Nazwa
0
105
0
0
105
0
0
0
105
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
(mm)
161
152
0
169
0
0.00
169
0
0
0.00
169
0
105
105
0
0
0.00
0.00
169
169
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
115
115
115
115
115
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
185
185
185
185
185
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
115
115
0
0
0.00
0.00
185
185
0
0
- Rikshah
0
115
0
0.00
185
0
- Shaww
0
115
0
0.00
185
0
0
0
120
120
0
0
0.00
0.00
193
193
0
0
0
10
0
0
120
88
0
6
0
0
0.00
0.48
0.00
0.00
193
142
0
152
0
0
EL
L
Asia
Japan
(mph)
Note
(a)
ED
TABLE F-1
Batinah Coast
- Ash Shinash
- Sib
- Suhar
C
Central,
Southern, and
Coastal Areas
Sur to Sarfait
- Barik
- Dawqa
AN
- Hayma
- Salalah
- Shalim
C
High Jabal
Locations
- Miskin
- Sumail
Kuria Muria
Island
Masirah Island
Pakistan
Qatar
Mussandam
Island
Peshawar
Doha
Saudi Arabia Dhahran
87
68
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Continent
/ Region Country
Asia
Base / City
Saudi Arabia Hafr al Batin
Khamis
Mushayt
Jeddah
Jubail
Qadimah
Riyadh
Tabuk
South Korea Camp Casey
(inches)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
80
80
80
80
80
80
105
0
0
0
0
0
0
48
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
0.00
129
(mm)
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.96
129
129
129
129
129
129
169
0
0
0
0
0
0
1219
EL
L
Camp Hialeah,
Pusan
Camp
Humphreys /
Pyongtaek
Chinhae
(psf)
0
(mph)
Note
(a)
80
ED
TABLE F-1
Kimpo AFB
110
24
0.96
177
610
20
20
20
95
105
105
45
24
48
0.96
0.96
0.96
153
169
169
1143
610
1219
20
100
30
0.96
161
762
20
20
20
20
20
20
0
95
110
105
115
105
105
120
45
24
48
40
48
45
0
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.00
153
177
169
185
169
169
193
1143
610
1219
1016
1219
1143
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
95
95
120
130
110
80
95
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
153
153
193
209
177
129
153
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
85
85
0
0
0.00
0.00
137
137
0
0
20
99
24
0.96
159
610
C
Kunsan /
Kunsan City
Osan AFB /
Songtan
Pohang
20
AN
Seoul
Taegu
Uijongbu
C
Vietnam
Taiwan
Yongsan
Da Nang
Ho Chi Minh
City
Nha Trang
Tainan
Taipei
Tsoying
Thailand
Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Sattahip
Udonthani
Turkey
Ankara
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE F-1
Continent
/ Region Country
Asia
Turkey
Base / City
Incirlik AB /
Adana
(psf)
(mph)
Note
(a)
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
(inches)
0
70
5
0.00
113
127
15
95
12
0.72
153
305
0
95
0
0.00
153
0
(mm)
Karamursel
Central
America
Canal Zone
Europe
Belgium
Brussels
Kester
EL
L
Kleine Brogel
ED
Izmir AS
Shape Chievres
Tulza AFB
Bosnia Herzegovina
England
RAF Alconbury,
Molesworth /
Huntingdon
Birmingham
15
89
12
0.72
143
305
15
100
15
0.72
161
381
15
100
15
0.72
161
381
15
95
12
0.72
153
305
15
10
104
94
12
12
0.72
0.48
167
151
305
305
15
10
15
15
99
104
99
99
12
12
12
12
0.72
0.48
0.72
0.72
159
167
159
159
305
305
305
305
C
RAF Croughton
/ Brackley
RAF Fairford
C
AN
RAF
Lakenheath /
Lakeheath
Village
USNA UK /
London
RAF Menwith
Hill / Harrogate
RAF Mildenhall
Plymouth
RAF Upwood /
Ramsey
JMF St.
Mawgan /
Cornwall
Sculthorpe AB
Southport
South Shields
Spurn Head
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
TABLE F-1
Continent
/ Region Country
Europe
Germany
Base / City
(psf)
(mph)
Note
(a)
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
(inches)
25
85
30
1.20
137
762
25
25
25
90
55
55
0
25
30
1.20
1.20
1.20
145
89
89
0
635
762
(mm)
Ansbach
Bremen
Buechel Air
Base / Cochem
Darmstadt
Garmisch AST
Geilenkirchen
EL
L
Grafenwoehr
Hanau
ED
Bamberg
Baumholder
Heidelberg
Hohenfels
Illesheim
Kaiserslautern
Kalkar
C
Mannheim
Munich
40
98
36
1.92
158
914
25
85
30
1.20
137
762
25
45
55
90
30
36
1.20
2.16
89
145
762
914
25
5
90
92
35
0
1.20
0.24
145
148
889
0
5
86
0
0.24
138
0
Ramstein AB
AN
Rhein-Main Air
Base
Schweinfurt
Spangdahlem
Air Base
Stuttgart
C
Vilseck
Greece
Wiesbaden /
Mainz /
Dexheim
Wuerzburg /
Kitzingen /
Giebelstadt
Athens
Larissa
NAS Soudi Bay
/ Mouzouras
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Continent
/ Region Country
Europe
Iceland
Base / City
Keflavik - NSA
Thorshofn
Italy
Aviano AB
Brindisi / San
Vito
Camp Darby
Livorno
Gaeta - NSA
Niscemi
NAS Sigonella
Vicenza
(inches)
24
30
35
146
80
36
18
5
110
20
80
20
20
20
20
35
80
80
90
90
80
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
1.44
185
1.44
1.68
235
129
(mm)
610
914
457
6
0.24
177
152
0
0.96
129
0
5
5
5
5
25
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
1.68
129
129
145
145
129
127
127
127
127
635
EL
L
Ghedi
NSA La
Maddalena
NSA Naples
(psf)
30
(mph)
Note
(a)
115
ED
TABLE F-1
Netherlands Volkel Air Base
Londonderry
Stavanger
Azores / Lajes
Field
Southlant /
Oeiras
Aberdeen
AN
Northern
Ireland
Norway
C
AF North
Brunssum
Schinnen
Portugal
Scotland
C
Edinburgh
Spain
Edzell
Glasgow
Prestwick
Stornoway
Thurso
Madrid / JHQ
SW
Moron AB
NS Rota
San Pablo
15
70
20
0.72
113
508
15
133
12
0.72
214
305
0
120
0
0.00
193
0
15
15
15
15
15
15
90
99
85
99
100
120
12
12
12
12
12
12
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
145
159
137
159
161
193
305
305
305
305
305
305
15
105
12
0.72
169
305
10
83
6
0.48
134
152
5
5
90
117
5
6
0.24
0.24
145
188
127
152
HRF Valencia
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Continent
/ Region Country
Base / City
Zaragoza
North
America
Canada
Argentia NAS,
Newfoundland
Churchill,
Manitoba
Cold Lake,
Alberta
Edmonton,
Alberta
E. Harmon AFB,
Newfoundland
Fort William,
Ontario
Frobisher, NWT
(psf)
10
(inches)
6
47
115
36
66
107
41
81
27
84
86
113
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
0.48
188
2.25
Goose Airport,
Newfoundland
Ottawa, Ontario
3.16
172 permafrost
72
1.96
130
1829
60
1.29
135
1524
60
4.12
182
1524
C
81
107
60
permafrost
3.50
2.40
130
1524
172 permafrost
100
60
89
90
60
48
4.79
2.87
143
145
1524
1219
72
40
114
90
36
36
3.45
1.92
183
145
914
914
45
82
60
2.16
132
1524
C
73
50
30
139
60
1.44
224
1524
25
166
60
1.20
267
1524
Sondrestrom
AB
Thule AB
20
25
120
135
permafrost
permafrost
0.96
1.20
193 permafrost
217 permafrost
0
67
0
0.00
108
0
0
148
0
0.00
238
0
0
148
0
0.00
238
0
0
161
0
0.00
259
0
0
148
0
0.00
238
0
0
105
0
0.00
169
0
0
59
0
0.00
95
0
Ascension
Atlantic
Island
Ocean
Caribbean The Bahamas Eleuthera Island
Sea
Grand Bahama
Island
Grand Turk
Island
Great Exuma
Island
Cuba
NS
Guantanamo
Bay
Trinidad
Port of Spain
Island
914
Simiutak AB
AN
Greenland
St. John’s,
Newfoundland
Toronto, Ontario
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
Narsarssuak AB
185
(mm)
152
permafrost
EL
L
Europe
Spain
(mph)
Note
(a)
117
ED
TABLE F-1
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Ground Wind
Frost
Ground Wind
Frost
Snow Speed Penetration Snow Speed Penetration
Continent
/ Region Country
Pacific
Ocean
(inches)
105
0
0.00
169
0
0
130
0
0
209
0
0
80
0
0
129
0
0
0
95
110
0
0
0.00
0.00
153
177
0
0
0
95
0
0.00
137
0
(psf)
British Indian NSF Diego
Ocean
Garcia
Territory
Australia
H.E. Holt / N.W.
Cape
Woomera
Caroline
Islands
Johnston
Atoll
Marcus
Island
Marshall
Islands
Koror, Paulau
Islands
Ponape
Clark AFB
0
150
0
0.00
241
0
0
0
105
110
0
0
0.00
0.00
169
177
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
95
90
90
90
150
0
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
153
145
145
145
241
0
0
0
0
0
C
Sangley Point
Subic Bay
Apia / Upolu
AN
Samoa
(mm)
Kwajalein
Wake Island
Midway
Island
Philipine Is.
(km/h)
Note
(kPa)
(a)
EL
L
Indian
Ocean
Base / City
(mph)
Note
(a)
ED
TABLE F-1
Notes to Table F-1, “STRUCTURAL CLIMATIC LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE
UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS”
C
Note (a) – Use a minimum wind speed of 85 mph (137 km/h) for all locations.
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TABLE F-2 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA – OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED
STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
TABLE F-2
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
Base / City
Africa
Djibouti
Djibouti
Egypt
Alexandria
Morocco
Casablanca
Afghanistan
Kabul
Bahrain
NSA Bahrain
India
Bombay
Asia
SS
(%g)
\3\ 98 /3/
23
25
128
31
26
50
14
71
124
98
187
S1
(%g)
33
9
10
51
12
10
20
6
28
56
39
75
10/50 SS
(%g)
\3\ 44 /3/
11
13
64
15
13
25
7
35
62
49
10/50 S1
(%g)
16
5
5
26
6
5
10
3
14
29
20
94
38
47
19
89
124
36
56
45
18
165
75
83
38
187
91
187
75
36
75
45
94
18
37
187
200
187
54
75
80
75
22
100
40
27
11
Areas south and west
of Jabal Akehadar
- Ibri
91
36
46
18
- Nazwa
88
35
44
18
166
129
149
66
52
60
83
65
75
33
26
30
ED
Continent /
Region
Calcutta
EL
L
Madras
New Delhi
Iraq
Baghdad
Basra
Japan
NAF Atsugi
MCAS Iwakuni
Iwo Jima
C
Misawa AFB
Okinawa
(All installations)
Sagamihara
AN
Sasebo
Tokyo
COMFLTACT
Yokosuka
Yokota AFB, Honshu
C
Kuwait
Oman
Camp Zama
Kuwait City
Batinah Coast
- Ash Shinash
- Sib
- Suhar
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TABLE F-2
Asia
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
Base / City
Oman
Central, Southern,
and Coastal Areas
Sur to Sarfait
- Barik
SS
(%g)
- Dawqa
- Hayma
- Salalah
- Shalim
High Jabal Locations
- Miskin
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
3
0
8
0
1
0
3
0
2
0
4
0
1
0
2
0
107
43
54
21
EL
L
- Sumail
S1
(%g)
ED
Continent /
Region
- Rikshah
- Shaww
98
99
39
40
49
50
20
20
19
8
9
4
105
6
10
42
6
53
3
21
3
4
5
2
6
49
35
24
6 \2\ /2/
2
20
14
10
6 2\ /2/
3
24
18
12
3 2\ /2/
1
10
7
5
3 2\ /2/
28
15
30
11
6
12
14
7
15
6
3
6
19
17
15
17
19
14
17
29
7
7
6
7
7
6
7
11
9
8
8
8
9
7
8
14
4
3
3
3
4
3
3
6
Kuria Muria Island
Masirah Island
Mussandam Island
Peshawar
Qatar
Doha
C
Pakistan
Saudi Arabia
Dhahran
Hafr al Batin
AN
Khamis Mushayt
Jeddah
Jubail
Qadimah
Riyadh
Tabuk
C
South Korea
Camp Casey
Camp Hialeah, Pusan
Camp Humphreys /
Pyongtaek
Chinhae
Kimpo AFB
Kunsan / Kunsan City
Osan AFB / Songtan
Pohang
Seoul
Taegu
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TABLE F-2
Continent /
Region
Asia
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
Base / City
South Korea
Uijongbu
SS
(%g)
17
17
18
14
13
239
325
251
28
27
21
24
Yongsan / Seoul
Vietnam
Da Nang
Ho Chi Minh City
Nha Trang
Tainan
Taipei
Tsoying
Thailand
Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Udonthani
Ankara
Incirlik AB / Adana
Izmir AS
Karamursel
Canal Zone
C
Central
America
Europe
Belgium
Brussels
Kester
AN
Kleine Brogel
Shape - Chievres
C
Bosnia Herzegovina
England
10/50 S1
(%g)
3
3
4
3
3
48
65
50
6
5
4
5
99
40
49
20
105
242
139
42
97
56
52
121
70
21
48
28
93
32
36
37
13
14
46
16
18
19
6
7
31
13
16
6
54
22
27
11
EL
L
Sattahip
Turkey
10/50 SS
(%g)
8
9
9
7
6
120
162
125
14
14
11
12
ED
Taiwan
S1
(%g)
7
7
7
6
5
96
130
100
11
11
9
10
Tulza AFB
92
37
46
18
RAF Alconbury,
Molesworth /
Huntingdon
Birmingham
18
22
7
9
9
11
4
4
RAF Croughton /
Brackley
RAF Fairford
28
16
11
6
14
8
6
3
RAF Lakenheath /
Lakeheath Village
USNA UK / London
15
13
6
3
8
6
3
1
21
9
11
4
15
20
6
8
8
10
3
4
RAF Menwith Hill /
Harrogate
RAF Mildenhall
Plymouth
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TABLE F-2
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Continent /
Region
Country
Base / City
Europe
England
RAF Upwood /
Ramsey
JMF St. Mawgan /
Cornwall
Sculthorpe AB
SS
(%g)
South Shields
Spurn Head
Germany
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
16
6
8
3
20
16
23
11
4
6
9
5
10
8
12
6
2
3
5
2
24
21
25
10
10
8
10
4
12
10
13
5
5
4
5
2
33
40
46
55
24
38
38
26
13
16
18
22
10
15
15
10
16
20
23
27
12
19
19
13
7
8
9
11
5
8
8
5
23
25
22
9
10
9
11
13
11
5
5
4
40
26
24
39
21
16
10
10
16
8
20
13
12
20
10
8
5
5
8
4
24
44
22
10
18
9
12
22
11
5
9
4
38
15
19
8
21
9
11
4
ED
Southport
S1
(%g)
Ansbach
Bamberg
Baumholder
EL
L
Bremen
Buechel Air Base /
Cochem
Darmstadt
Garmisch AST
Geilenkirchen
Grafenwoehr
C
Hanau
Heidelberg
Hohenfels
AN
Illesheim
Kaiserslautern
Kalkar
Mannheim
Munich
C
Ramstein AB
Rhein-Main Air Base
Schweinfurt
Spangdahlem Air
Base
Stuttgart
Vilseck
Wiesbaden / Mainz /
Dexheim
Wuerzburg /
Kitzingen /
Giebelstadt
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TABLE F-2
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
Base / City
Europe
Greece
Athens
SS
(%g)
81
140
Larissa
Iceland
NAS Soudi Bay /
Mouzouras
Keflavik - NSA
Thorshofn
Italy
Aviano AB
Brindisi / San Vito
Camp Darby Livorno
Gaeta - NSA
NSA La Maddalena
NSA Naples
Niscemi
NAS Sigonella
Vicenza
Netherlands
Volkel Air Base
C
AF North Brunssum
Schinnen
Stavanger
Azores / Lajes Field
Southlant / Oeiras
Scotland
Aberdeen
C
Edinburgh
Spain
10/50 S1
(%g)
16
13
120
34
60
17
100
40
50
20
49
115
37
62
50
71
23
67
120
120
93
29
55
6
19
46
15
25
21
29
9
27
31
31
37
12
22
6
24
57
18
31
25
36
12
34
60
60
46
15
28
3
10
23
7
12
11
14
5
14
16
16
19
6
11
3
8
3
4
2
165
61
9
17
11
21
12
10
9
75
25
4
7
4
9
5
4
3
83
31
5
8
5
11
6
5
4
38
12
2
3
2
4
2
2
2
13
61
72
5
24
28
6
31
36
3
12
14
66
15
27
6
33
8
13
3
Londonderry
AN
Northern
Ireland
Norway
Portugal
10/50 SS
(%g)
40
70
EL
L
Ghedi
S1
(%g)
32
26
ED
Continent /
Region
Edzell
Glasgow
Prestwick
Stornoway
Thurso
Madrid / JHQ SW
Moron AB
NS Rota
San Pablo
HRF Valencia
Zaragoza
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TABLE F-2
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
North America Canada
SS
(%g)
Base / City
Argentia NAS,
Newfoundland
Churchill, Manitoba
Cold Lake, Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
E. Harmon AFB,
Newfoundland
Fort William, Ontario
10/50 S1
(%g)
8
0
2
3
10
0
3
4
4
0
1
2
8
3
Frobisher, NWT
7
3
3
1
Goose Airport,
Newfoundland
Ottawa, Ontario
16
91
6
36
8
46
3
18
19
36
31
31
31
22
37
8
15
14
14
14
9
15
10
18
16
16
16
11
18
4
7
7
7
7
4
7
2
2
58
19
126
1
1
23
8
50
1
1
29
10
63
0
0
12
4
25
171
68
86
34
70
28
35
14
47
19
23
9
47
19
23
9
70
103
136
95
28
41
54
38
35
51
68
47
14
21
27
19
EL
L
6
Narsarssuak AB
Simiutak AB
Sondrestrom AB
C
Thule AB
AN
Atlantic Ocean Ascension
Island
Caribbean Sea The Bahamas Eleuthera Island
Grand Bahama Island
Grand Turk Island
Great Exuma Island
Cuba
10/50 SS
(%g)
16
St. John’s,
Newfoundland
Toronto, Ontario
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Greenland
21
1
5
8
S1
(%g)
ED
Continent /
Region
NS Guantanamo Bay
C
Trinidad
Port of Spain
Island
Indian Ocean British Indian NSF Diego Garcia
Ocean
Territoty
Pacific Ocean Australia
H.E. Holt / N.W. Cape
Woomera
Caroline
Islands
Koror, Paulau Islands
Ponape
Johnston Atoll
Marcus Island
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TABLE F-2
Continent /
Region
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Country
Pacific Ocean Marshall
Islands
SS
(%g)
Base / City
S1
(%g)
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
119
137
48
55
60
68
24
27
159
195
177
158
64
78
71
63
79
97
88
79
32
39
35
32
Kwajalein
Wake Island
Midway Island
Philipine Is.
Clark AFB
Subic Bay
Samoa
Apia / Upolu
C
AN
C
EL
L
Philipine Is.
ED
Sangley Point
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APPENDIX G EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA AT ADDITIONAL SELECTED
LOCATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND
POSSESSIONS
G-1
EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA TABLE.
Earthquake loading data for additional selected cities outside of the United States, its
territories and possessions is provided in Table G-1.
ED
TABLE G-1 - EARTHQUAKE LOADING DATA AT ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
TABLE G-1
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Continent /
Region
Country
Africa
Algeria
Base / City
S1
(%g)
38.4
24.0
2.2
4.4
1.0
17.7
26.5
6.3
10.4
10/50 SS
(%g)
48.0
30.0
2.8
5.4
1.3
22.1
33.1
7.9
13.0
10/50 S1
(%g)
19.2
12.0
1.1
2.2
0.5
8.8
13.2
3.2
5.2
26.0
10.4
13.0
5.2
5.6
2.2
2.8
1.1
74.0
29.6
37.0
14.8
37.4
3.7
67.2
65.1
14.9
1.5
26.9
26.1
18.7
1.8
33.6
32.6
7.5
0.7
13.4
13.0
15.8
43.0
55.3
26.0
6.3
17.2
22.1
10.4
7.9
21.5
27.6
13.0
3.2
8.6
11.1
5.2
35.6
36.1
14.3
14.5
17.8
18.1
7.1
7.2
AN
C
EL
L
Alger
Oran
Angola
Luanda
Benin
Cotonou
Botswana
Gaborone
Burkino Vaso Kampala
Burundi
Bujumbura
Cameroon
Douala
Yaounde
Central
Bangui
African
Republic
Chad
Ndjamena
SS
(%g)
96.1
60.0
5.6
10.9
2.6
44.1
66.1
15.8
26.0
Brazzaville
Congo,
Democratic
Republic of
the
Bukavu
C
Congo
Cote d'Ivoire
Egypt
Equatorial
Guinea
Africa
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Gabon
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Kinshasa
Lubumbashi
Abidjan
Cairo
Port Said
Malabo
Asmara
Addis Ababa
Libreville
Banjul
Accra
Conakry
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Guinea-Bissau Bissau
Kenya
Nairobi
Lesotho
Maseru
Liberia
Monrovia
Libya
Tripoli
Madagascar Tananarive
Malawi
Blantyre
Lilongwe
Zomba
Mali
Bamako
Mauritania
Nouakchott
Morocco
Kenitra
Rabat
Tangier
Mozambique Maputo
Niger
Niamey
Nigera
Ibadan
Kaduna
Lagos
Rwanda
Kigali
Senegal
Dakar
Sierra Leone Freetown
Somalia
Mogadishu
South Africa Cape Town
Durban
Johannesburg
Natal
Swaziland
Pretoria
Tanzania
Dar es Salaam
Mbabane
Togo
Zanzibar
Tunisia
Lome
Uganda
Tunis
Zambia
Ougadougou
Zimbabwe
Harare
Lusaka
Afghanistan Bagram
Gardeyz
Herat
Jalalabad
Kandahar
Lashkar Gah
SS
(%g)
0.9
30.7
6.3
21.4
57.1
18.4
46.3
26.3
48.3
S1
(%g)
0.4
12.3
2.5
8.5
22.9
7.3
18.5
10.5
19.3
10/50 SS
(%g)
0.5
15.3
3.1
10.7
28.6
9.2
23.1
13.2
24.2
10/50 S1
(%g)
0.2
6.1
1.3
4.3
11.4
3.7
9.3
5.3
9.7
7.7
27.0
25.5
44.3
10.2
0.2
3.1
10.8
10.2
17.7
4.1
0.1
3.8
13.5
12.7
22.2
5.1
0.1
1.5
5.4
5.1
8.9
2.0
0.0
5.6
0.3
27.8
7.7
34.9
2.2
0.1
11.1
3.1
14.0
2.8
0.1
13.9
3.8
17.4
1.1
0.1
5.6
1.5
7.0
26.0
28.7
3.1
6.4
3.1
17.1
17.9
11.5
37.5
91.0
10.4
11.5
1.2
2.6
1.2
6.8
7.2
4.6
15.0
36.4
13.0
14.3
1.5
3.2
1.5
8.5
9.0
5.7
18.8
45.5
5.2
5.7
0.6
1.3
0.6
3.4
3.6
2.3
7.5
18.2
5.6
21.9
140.0
70.0
60.0
130.0
30.0
17.0
2.2
8.8
70.0
28.0
20.0
32.0
16.0
10.0
2.8
11.0
1.1
4.4
C
AN
C
EL
L
Africa
Country
ED
Continent /
Region
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Asia
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Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Base / City
Asia
Afghanistan
Mazar-e Sharif
Pol-e Charkhi
Qalat
Manama
Dhaka
Bandar Seri Begawan
Mandalay
Rangoon
Beijing (Peking)
Chengdu
Chongqing
Guangzhou (Canton)
Harbin
Nanjing
Qingdao (Tsingtao)
Shanghai
Shengyang
Tianjin (Tientsan)
Wuhan
Hong Kong
Bandung
Jakarta
Medan
Surabaya
Isfahan
Shiraz
Tabriz
Tehran
Kirkuk
Haifa
Jerusalem
Tel Aviv
Fukuoka
Itazuke AFB
Kobe
Osaka
Sapporo
Yokohama
Amman
Ali Al Salem
Vientiane
Beirut
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Brunei
Burma
Burma
China
AN
C
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Iran
C
Iraq
Israel
Japan
Jordan
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
SS
(%g)
80.0
100.0
60.0
26.9
69.5
37.2
201.0
76.8
55.9
44.2
8.4
13.5
12.4
23.4
31.6
17.3
88.7
72.2
7.3
12.8
164.3
138.1
111.5
96.4
90.8
173.2
181.2
205.0
165.0
136.9
106.9
95.2
67.4
73.6
189.8
178.1
100.4
187
70.2
24.2
53.9
149.7
S1
(%g)
30.0
40.0
30.0
10.8
27.8
14.9
80.4
30.7
22.4
17.7
3.4
5.4
4.9
9.4
12.6
6.9
35.5
28.9
2.9
5.1
65.7
55.2
44.6
38.6
36.3
69.3
72.5
82.0
75.0
54.7
42.8
38.1
27.0
29.4
75.9
71.2
40.2
75
28.1
9.7
21.6
59.9
10/50 SS
(%g)
10/50 S1
(%g)
13.5
34.8
18.6
100.5
38.4
28.0
22.1
4.2
6.8
6.2
11.7
15.8
8.7
44.3
36.1
3.7
6.4
82.1
69.0
55.7
48.2
45.4
86.6
90.6
102.5
5.4
13.9
7.4
40.2
15.4
11.2
8.8
1.7
2.7
2.5
4.7
6.3
3.5
17.7
14.4
1.5
2.6
32.9
27.6
22.3
19.3
18.2
34.6
36.2
41.0
68.4
53.4
47.6
33.7
36.8
94.9
89.0
50.2
27.4
21.4
19.0
13.5
14.7
38.0
35.6
20.1
35.1
12.1
27.0
74.9
14.0
4.8
10.8
29.9
ED
Country
EL
L
Continent /
Region
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Base / City
Malaysia
Nepal
Oman
Pakistan
Kuala Lumpur
Kathmandu
Muscat
Islamabad
Karachi
Lahore
All
Colombo
Kimhae
Kwangju
Aleppo
Damascus
Changhua
Kao-hsiung
Songkhla
Udorn
Istanbul
Abu Dhabi
Singapore
Sir Lanka
South Korea
South Korea
Syria
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
United Arab
Emirates
Belize
Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Albania
Austria
San Jose
San Salvador
Guatemala
Tegucigalpa
Tirana
Salzburg
Vienna
Antwerp
Sofia
Nicosia
Prague
AN
Central
America
Dubai
Aden City
Sanaa
Belmopan
C
Yemen
C
Europe
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech
Republic
Denmark
England
Finland
France
SS
(%g)
55.8
245.5
123.6
128.9
73.3
117.1
37.5
2.6
18.3
12.9
64.3
79.1
274.4
250.6
29.6
24.1
145.8
S1
(%g)
22.3
98.2
49.5
51.6
29.3
46.8
15.0
1.0
7.3
5.2
25.7
31.6
109.8
100.3
11.8
9.6
58.3
10/50 SS
(%g)
27.9
122.8
61.8
64.5
36.6
58.5
18.8
1.3
9.2
6.5
32.2
39.5
137.2
125.3
14.8
12.0
72.9
10/50 S1
(%g)
11.2
49.1
24.7
25.8
14.7
23.4
7.5
0.5
3.7
2.6
12.9
15.8
54.9
50.1
5.9
4.8
29.2
107.0
168.4
36.6
34.3
42.8
67.4
14.7
13.7
53.5
84.2
18.3
17.2
21.4
33.7
7.3
6.9
53.7
280.4
170.8
168.3
99.9
111.6
41.5
49.3
19.7
116.3
118.0
21.5
112.2
68.3
67.3
40.0
44.6
16.6
19.7
7.9
46.5
47.2
26.8
140.2
85.4
84.2
50.0
55.8
20.7
24.7
9.9
58.1
59.0
10.7
56.1
34.2
33.7
20.0
22.3
8.3
9.9
3.9
23.3
23.6
12.8
11.6
23.0
5.1
16.4
36.2
28.6
44.4
5.1
4.7
9.2
2.0
6.6
14.5
11.4
17.8
6.4
5.8
11.5
2.6
8.2
18.1
14.3
22.2
2.6
2.3
4.6
1.0
3.3
7.2
5.7
8.9
ED
Asia
Country
EL
L
Continent /
Region
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Copenhagen
Liverpool
Helsinki
Bordeaux
Istres AFB
Lyon
Marseille
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Base / City
Europe
France
Nice
Strasbourg
Babenhausen
Berlin
Bonn
Dusseldorf
Frankfurt am Main
Giebelstadt
Hamburg
Kitzingen
Landstuhl
Vaihingen an der Enz
Kavalla
Nea Makri
Rhodes
Thessaloniki
Budapest
Taszar AB
Reykjavik
Florence
Genoa
Milan
Palermo
Rome
Siculiana
Trieste
Turin
Luxembourg
Valletta
Amsterdam
Belfast
Germany
Greece
Hungary
AN
C
Iceland
Italy
C
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Northern
Ireland
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Republic of
Ireland
Romania
SS
(%g)
41.3
42.7
34.2
5.1
42.2
30.6
37.7
21.9
9.2
21.2
23.7
38.7
108.2
86.7
137.0
142.1
46.3
S1
(%g)
16.5
17.1
13.7
2.0
16.9
12.3
15.1
8.8
3.7
8.5
9.5
15.5
43.3
34.7
54.8
56.8
18.5
10/50 SS
(%g)
20.7
21.3
17.1
2.6
21.1
15.3
18.8
11.0
4.6
10.6
11.9
19.4
54.1
43.4
68.5
71.0
23.1
10/50 S1
(%g)
8.3
8.5
6.8
1.0
8.4
6.1
7.5
4.4
1.8
4.2
4.7
7.7
21.6
17.3
27.4
28.4
9.3
91.8
96.4
66.1
41.3
66.9
89.8
44.8
72.3
53.7
21.4
28.6
13.0
36.7
38.6
26.4
16.5
26.8
35.9
17.9
28.9
21.5
8.6
11.5
5.2
45.9
48.2
33.0
20.7
33.5
44.9
22.4
36.2
26.8
10.7
14.3
6.5
18.4
19.3
13.2
8.3
13.4
18.0
9.0
14.5
10.7
4.3
5.7
2.6
8.7
14.8
19.1
5.6
11.7
10.2
67.7
64.5
3.5
5.9
7.6
2.2
4.7
4.1
27.1
25.8
4.3
7.4
9.5
2.8
5.9
5.1
33.9
32.2
1.7
3.0
3.8
1.1
2.3
2.0
13.5
12.9
9.4
104.9
3.8
42.0
4.7
52.5
1.9
21.0
ED
Country
EL
L
Continent /
Region
Oslo
Krakow
Poznan
Waraszawa
Warsow
Lisbon
Oporto
Dublin
Bucharest
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Country
Base / City
Europe
Russia
Kiev
Moscow
St. Petersburg
(Leningrad)
Hamilton
Renfrew
Serbia and
Montenegro
Serbia and
Montenegro
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Zagrebac
Bratislava
Barcelona
Bilbao
Sevilleja de la Jara
Goteborg
Stockholm
Bern
Geneva
Zurich
Calgary
Halifax
Montreal
Vancouver
Ciudad Juarez
Guadalajara
Hermosillo
Matamoros
Mazatlan
Merida
Mexico City
Monterrey
Nuevo Laredo
Tijuana
Buenos Aires
La Paz
Belem
Belo Horizonte
Brasilia
Manaus
Porto Alegre
Recife
Rio de Janeiro
C
North America Canada
Belgrade
C
AN
Mexico
South America Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
S1
(%g)
2.7
2.7
10/50 SS
(%g)
3.3
3.3
10/50 S1
(%g)
1.3
1.3
6.6
18.3
21.6
2.7
7.3
8.6
3.3
9.2
10.8
1.3
3.7
4.3
97.2
38.9
48.6
19.4
103.9
56.2
60.0
32.1
12.8
14.4
7.7
44.0
46.3
38.9
19.8
25.0
102.9
90.4
18.2
146.9
46.3
2.0
97.4
3.6
56.9
21.5
14.8
92.7
6.6
111.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.7
0.5
4.1
0.5
41.6
22.5
24.0
12.9
5.1
5.7
3.1
17.6
18.5
15.6
7.9
10.0
41.2
36.2
7.3
58.8
18.5
0.8
39.0
1.4
22.8
8.6
5.9
37.1
2.7
44.4
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.7
0.2
1.6
0.2
52.0
28.1
30.0
16.1
6.4
7.2
3.8
22.0
23.1
19.5
9.9
12.5
51.4
45.2
9.1
73.4
23.1
1.0
48.7
1.8
28.5
10.8
7.4
46.4
3.3
55.5
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.8
0.3
2.0
0.3
20.8
11.2
12.0
6.4
2.6
2.9
1.5
8.8
9.3
7.8
4.0
5.0
20.6
18.1
3.6
29.4
9.3
0.4
19.5
0.7
11.4
4.3
3.0
18.5
1.3
22.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
0.8
0.1
EL
L
Scotland
SS
(%g)
6.6
6.6
ED
Continent /
Region
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South America Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Paraguay
Peru
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Venezuela
Caribbean Sea Bahamas
Barbados
Cuba
Dominica
Dominican
Republic
Grenada
Guadeloupe
\1\ Haiti
Base / City
Salvador
Sao Paulo
Santiago
Valparaiso
Bogata
Guayaquil
Quito
Asuncion
Lima
Piura
Montevideo
Caracas
Maracaibo
Nassau
Bridgetown
Havana
Roseau
Santo Domingo
C
AN
C
Saint Georges
Basse-Terre
Port au Prince
Cap-Haitain
/1/ Jamaica
Kingston
Martinique
Fort-de-France
Montserrat
Plymouth
Saint Kitts and Basseterre
Nevis
Saint Lucia
Castries
Saint Vincent Port Eliazabeth
and The
Grenadines
St. Croix
Frederiksted
St. John
Bethany
St. Thomas
Charlotte Amalie
Trinidad &
Tobago
Trinidad
Vieques
Pacific Ocean Australia
SS
(%g)
0.5
0.5
202.5
289.3
166.4
136.9
204.6
15.3
355.2
188.3
3.6
131.0
104.4
7.1
37.4
25.5
107.7
S1
(%g)
0.2
0.2
81.0
115.7
66.6
54.8
81.8
6.1
142.1
75.3
1.4
52.4
41.8
2.9
15.0
10.2
43.1
10/50 SS
(%g)
0.3
0.3
101.2
144.7
83.2
68.5
102.3
7.7
177.6
94.1
1.8
65.5
52.2
3.6
18.7
12.8
53.8
10/50 S1
(%g)
0.1
0.1
40.5
57.9
33.3
27.4
40.9
3.1
71.0
37.7
0.7
26.2
20.9
1.4
7.5
5.1
21.5
173.6
107.3
131.0
157.0
109.2
144.9
97.4
162.4
69.5
42.9
52.4
61.0
40.1
58.0
39.0
65.0
86.8
53.6
65.5
78.5
54.6
72.4
48.7
81.2
34.7
21.5
26.2
30.5
20.0
29.0
19.5
32.5
149.6
89.8
59.8
35.9
74.8
44.9
29.9
18.0
53.1
80.5
108.1
21.2
24.2
32.6
26.5
40.2
60.1
10.6
12.4
17.8
107.5
32.5
59.7
17.8
111.8
0.0
93.1
30.6
46.4
46.9
44.7
0.0
28.8
12.2
18.6
18.8
55.9
0.0
49.1
15.3
23.2
23.4
22.4
0.0
15.4
6.1
9.3
9.4
ED
Country
EL
L
Continent /
Region
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
Scarborough
Trinidad NS
Isabel Segunda
Brisbane
Canberra
Melbourne
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Country
Pacific Ocean Australia
Caroline
Islands
Fiji
Marshall
Islands
New Zealand
New Zealand
Base / City
Perth
Sydney
Yap
Suva
Majuro
Auckland
Wellington
Papau New
Guinea
Port Moresby
Philipine Is.
Baguio
S1
(%g)
18.0
17.6
10/50 SS
(%g)
22.5
21.9
10/50 S1
(%g)
9.0
8.8
78.6
57.1
31.4
22.8
39.3
28.5
15.7
11.4
121.4
83.8
48.6
33.5
60.7
41.9
24.3
16.8
228.2
78.1
91.3
31.3
114.1
39.1
45.6
15.6
164.0
114.0
193.2
99.8
99.4
65.6
45.6
77.3
39.9
39.8
82.0
57.0
96.6
49.9
49.7
32.8
22.8
38.6
20.0
19.9
EL
L
Cebu
Manila
Capitol Hill
C
AN
C
Saipan
Tinian
SS
(%g)
45.1
43.9
ED
Continent /
Region
Seismic Loading (Site Class B)
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APPENDIX H SEISMIC SPECTRAL ACCELERATION MAPS AT SELECTED
LOCATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES AND
POSSESSIONS
C
AN
C
EL
L
ED
FIGURE H-1 - AFGHANISTAN - HORIZONTAL SPECTRAL RESPONSE
ACCELERATION FOR 1.0 SECOND PERIOD (5 PERCENT OF CRITICAL DAMPING)
WITH 2 PERCENT PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDANCE IN 50 YEARS
90
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C
AN
C
EL
L
ED
FIGURE H-2 - AFGHANISTAN - HORIZONTAL SPECTRAL RESPONSE
ACCELERATION FOR 0.2 SECOND PERIOD (5 PERCENT OF CRITICAL DAMPING)
WITH 2 PERCENT PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDANCE IN 50 YEARS
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