2019 SEAONC Fall Seminar: SEAOC Wind Design Manual & Wind Code Update
Thursday, November 7th, & Thursday, November 14th
Come learn about the latest in Wind Design and wind code updates! The SEAOC Wind Design Manual provides practical examples on wind force design for structural elements following ASCE7-16, which is adopted in the 2019 California Building Code. The manual includes 16 example problems in total covering general wind topics, specific topics, buildings and solar PV systems.
- Overview of ASCE7-16 Wind Chapters and Wind Forces
- Wind Design Manual Example problems
Introduction to the Wind Design Manual and Wind Code Updates
Speaker: Emily Guglielmo, Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
Introduction to the Wind Design Manual
The Wind Design Manual provides examples on wind force design that illustrate the practical requirements of provisions in ASCE/SEI 7-16. The introduction will outline the book, including a brief description of each of the problems.
Wind Code Updates
CBC 2019 will adopt ASCE 7-16. This seminar will outline the major wind changes in ASCE 7-16 that affect the California engineer, including revised wind speed maps and pressure coefficient on low-rise buildings and the introduction of provisions for rooftop equipment on tall buildings, solar PV, and canopies. In addition, there will be a discussion on the future of wind codes and how engineers can position themselves for these changes.
Main Wind Force Resisting System and Component and Cladding (Problem 6)
Speaker: Emily Guglielmo, Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
A 60’ tall building in Miami, Florida will be used to illustrate how to generate the Main Wind Force Resisting System (MWFRS) and Component and Cladding (C&C) wind loads using Chapter 27, Part 1 (MWFRS) and Chapter 30, Part 1 (C&C).
PV Problems Wind Forces (Problems 10-13)
Speaker: Karl Telleen, Maffei Structural Engineering
This presentation will cover Wind Design Manual Examples 10 through 13. The examples address low-profile tilted panels on flat roofs (Examples 10 and 11) and flush-mounted panels on sloped roofs (Examples 12 and 13), highlighting new requirements in ASCE 7-16 that followed work by SEAOC’s Solar Photovoltaic Systems Committee. The presentation focuses on concepts behind the requirements and how wind loads on rooftop solar panels are affected by building size and shape, and configuration of the solar arrays.
Topographic Effects, Exposure Categories and Gust Effects (Problems 2-4)
Speaker: Russell Larsen, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
This presentation will cover Wind Design Manual design example 2, Wind Topographic Effects starting with review of why wind speed up effects occur and how wind design pressures are affected by topography. Next, the ASCE7-22 Topographic method will be discussed in detail with site examples and tricks to easily evaluate topography.
This presentation will cover Wind Design Manual design example 3, focusing exposure category and velocity profile Kz. The presentation will start with a review of exposure categories and how exposure affects wind speeds at a building site. The presentation will then demonstrate how a site specific exposure can be computed using ASCE7 methods.
This presentation will cover Wind Design Manual design example 4, focusing upon the Gust Factor (G). The origin and purpose of the Gust Factor for rigid versus flexible buildings will be discussed followed by illustration of the steps used to calculate the Gust Factor.
PV Gravity and Seismic (Problem 14 & 15)
Speaker: John Wolfe, Mar Structural Design
This presentation will cover Wind Design Manual design examples 14, seismic design of an unattached ballasted solar PV system, and 15, gravity load considerations for existing roofs supporting solar PV arrays. The Structural Commentary for the National Simplified Residential Roof Photovoltaic Array Permit Guidelines will also be introduced as a useful resource for practicing engineers.
|Both Seminar Dates:
||Early Bird Rate
Before October 30
October 31 - November 14
|Full Time Student
|One Night Only (Night 1 or Night 2)
|Full Time Student
Emily Guglielmo, Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
Emily Guglielmo, earned her Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from UCLA, and her Master's Degree in Structural Engineering from UC Berkeley. She has over15 year of structural engineering experience, all with Martin/Martin, Inc. She began her career in their Denver, CO area office, and is currently a Principal with the firm, managing their San Francisco Bay Area office. She has lectured on wind provisions across the nation. Emily is the Chair of the NCSEA Wind Engineering Committee and a voting member of the ASCE 7 wind and main committees. A licensed SE, Emily has received a number of awards, including SEI Fellow and the Susan M. Frey NCSEA Educator Award, for effective instruction for practicing structural engineers.
Karl Telleen, Maffei Structural Engineering
Karl Telleen is a Senior Engineer with Maffei Structural Engineering in San Francisco. He has 15 years of professional experience, including a wide range of project types such as design of new steel and concrete structures, seismic evaluation and retrofit of existing buildings, seismic peer review of high-rise buildings, and design and analysis of solar arrays subjected to wind and seismic forces. He contributed to design guidelines and analysis approaches for solar arrays, including the SEAOC Solar Photovoltaic Systems Committee documents SEAOC PV1 (seismic design) and SEAOC PV2 (wind design). He has worked with manufacturers on product development of solar support structures, and he has performed technical investigations into wind-related failures. Karl served on the Board of Directors of SEAONC from 2015-2017 and as Treasurer in 2016-2017.
Russell Larsen, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
Russell Larsen, P.E., S.E., is a Senior Associate at Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA), a 220-person award-winning structural and civil engineering firm headquartered in Seattle with a branch office in Chicago. After receiving both his B.S. and his M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington, he joined MKA in 2003. Russell’s design portfolio includes office, housing, and special-use projects throughout the U.S., often in regions with high seismicity and high wind. He leads MKA’s Wind and Analysis Technical Specialist Teams, and is also a key member of the firm’s BIM, Concrete, and Steel Technical Specialist Teams. Russell is a Task Force Member of the Applied Technology Council (ATC) 58 project, where he is part of a committee developing guidelines for seismic performance assessment of buildings and performance-based seismic design (PBSD). In addition, Russell serves as a voting member of the ASCE7-22 Wind Loads Committee, leader of the ASCE7-22 Performance-Based Wind Group, and as a primary author for the ASCE Pre-standard for Performance-Based Wind Design (PBWD) published in June 2019. Russell also serves as MKA’s contact for research efforts focused on the development of the next generation of wind design techniques funded by the MKA Foundation in collaboration with the University of Michigan and ASCE.
John Wolfe, Mar Structural Design
John Wolfe, SE, is a founding partner of Mar Structural Design. In addition to leading numerous building design projects, John has a special interest in the structural support of solar arrays. He was the lead structural consultant for California’s Solar Permitting Guidebook, and is the principal author of the Structural Criteria for Residential Rooftop Solar Energy Installations, the Structural Technical Appendix for Residential Rooftop Solar Installations, and the Structural Commentary for the National Simplified Residential Roof Photovoltaic Array Permit Guidelines, which have become key references for the engineering community and solar industry. He is a structural consultant to several solar support-component manufacturers, helping those firms to develop and test innovative products and navigate the complex world of codes and standards.
Date: Thursday, November 7th & 14th
Venue: PG&E Auditorium: 77 Beale Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Schedule:5:15pm: Registration & Dinner // 6:00pm-9:00pm: Seminar