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Basic Wind when Velocity Pressure is Known
basic wind speed=sqrt(velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*importance factor for end use)) GO
wind directionality factor when velocity pressure is known
wind directionality factor=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*importance factor for end use*basic wind speed^2) GO
topographic factor when velocity pressure is known
topographic factor=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*importance factor for end use*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2) GO
importance factor when velocity pressure is known
importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2) GO
Velocity Pressure
velocity pressure=0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*(basic wind speed^2)*importance factor for end use GO
velocity pressure at given point as given by ASCE 7
velocity pressure at point i=((velocity pressure*gust response factor*external pressure coefficient)-wind pressure)/internal pressure coefficient GO
wind pressure as given by ASCE 7
wind pressure=velocity pressure*gust response factor*external pressure coefficient-velocity pressure at point i*internal pressure coefficient GO
wind power
Wind Power=0.5*Air Density *Area*basic wind speed*basic wind speed*basic wind speed GO
gust response factor when wind pressure is known
gust response factor=wind pressure/(velocity pressure*pressure coefficient) GO
pressure coefficient when wind pressure is known
pressure coefficient=wind pressure/(velocity pressure*gust response factor) GO
equivalent static design wind pressure
wind pressure=velocity pressure*gust response factor*pressure coefficient GO

3 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

importance factor when velocity pressure is known
importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2) GO
Importance Factor for End Use When Roof Snow Load is Known
importance factor for end use=roof snow load/(0.7*wind exposure factor*thermal effects factor*ground snow load for 50-year recurrence period) GO
importance factor when roof type is known
importance factor for end use=roof snow load/(roof type*ground snow load for 50-year recurrence period) GO

velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known Formula

importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2)
I=q/(0.00256*K<sub>z</sub>*K<sub>zt</sub>*K<sub>d</sub>*V^2)
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equivalent static design wind pressure GO
Velocity Pressure When Wind Pressure is Known GO
gust response factor when wind pressure is known GO
pressure coefficient when wind pressure is known GO
Velocity Pressure GO
Basic Wind when Velocity Pressure is Known GO
importance factor when velocity pressure is known GO
wind directionality factor when velocity pressure is known GO
topographic factor when velocity pressure is known GO
wind pressure as given by ASCE 7 GO
velocity pressure as given by ASCE 7 GO
velocity pressure at given point as given by ASCE 7 GO
gust effect factor as given by ASCE 7 GO
external pressure coefficient as given by ASCE 7 GO
internal pressure coefficient as given by ASCE 7 GO

What is wind directionality factor?

The wind directionality factor, Kd, is a nondimensional quantity smaller than unity that reflects the fact that the climatologically and aerodynamically or dynamically most unfavorable wind directions typically do not coincide.

How to Calculate velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known?

velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known calculator uses importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2) to calculate the importance factor for end use, The velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known formula calculates the velocity exposure coefficient when we have a prior info velocity pressure and other factors affecting it like topographic factor, importance factor etc. . importance factor for end use and is denoted by I symbol.

How to calculate velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known, enter velocity pressure (q), velocity exposure coefficient (Kz), topographic factor (Kzt), wind directionality factor (Kd) and basic wind speed (V) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 581.314 = 1.48816394355763/(0.00256*1*1*1*1^2).

FAQ

What is velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known?
The velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known formula calculates the velocity exposure coefficient when we have a prior info velocity pressure and other factors affecting it like topographic factor, importance factor etc. and is represented as I=q/(0.00256*Kz*Kzt*Kd*V^2) or importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2). velocity pressure is the pressure duo to moving wind, velocity exposure coefficient is evaluated at some height z, topographic factor are also called indirect factors as they influence the growth and development of organisms by bringing variations in climatic factors, wind directionality factor reflects the fact that the climatologically and aerodynamically or dynamically most unfavorable wind directions typically do not coincide and basic wind speed is the wind speed corresponding to a 3-s gust speed at 33 ft above the ground in exposure C.
How to calculate velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known?
The velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known formula calculates the velocity exposure coefficient when we have a prior info velocity pressure and other factors affecting it like topographic factor, importance factor etc. is calculated using importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2). To calculate velocity exposure coefficient when velocity pressure is known, you need velocity pressure (q), velocity exposure coefficient (Kz), topographic factor (Kzt), wind directionality factor (Kd) and basic wind speed (V). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for velocity pressure, velocity exposure coefficient, topographic factor, wind directionality factor and basic wind speed and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate importance factor for end use?
In this formula, importance factor for end use uses velocity pressure, velocity exposure coefficient, topographic factor, wind directionality factor and basic wind speed. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • importance factor for end use=roof snow load/(0.7*wind exposure factor*thermal effects factor*ground snow load for 50-year recurrence period)
  • importance factor for end use=roof snow load/(roof type*ground snow load for 50-year recurrence period)
  • importance factor for end use=velocity pressure/(0.00256*velocity exposure coefficient*topographic factor*wind directionality factor*basic wind speed^2)
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