One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The force on a structure arising from the impact of wind on it.
- ‘With inadequate anchors, the brick veneer resists the wind load without the help of the metal studs.’
- ‘The radial increases in wood specific gravity known in many tree species have been interpreted as providing mechanical support in response to the stresses associated with wind loading.’
- ‘The force of the plane was a fraction of the force of the wind loading that the buildings were exposed to daily.’
- ‘It acts as a grid to support the door, the walkway, and the motors, and it becomes a long-span girt that takes the wind load from the top of the doors and delivers it to the buttresses.’
- ‘We have been happily following this rule of thumb for many years by reinforcing the perimeter of veneer openings and providing lateral anchorage consistent with the UBC wind load requirements.’
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