Lateral load resistance (NBC 2010, Part 9)



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Cathy Taraschuk, P. Eng.
Team Coordinator - Buildings and Services, NRC Canadian Codes Centre

Slides:

  1. Title page
  2. Introduction
  3. Overview
  4. Part 9 Lateral Loads - 1
  5. General Issue - 1
  6. General Issue - 2
  7. Background
  8. Part 9 Lateral Loads - 2
  9. Lateral Load Resisting System Components
  10. Shear Force Transfer Through Building
  11. Performance Under Wind Load - 1
  12. Performance Under Wind Load - 2
  13. Performance Under Wind Load - 3
  14. Performance Under Seismic Load - 1
  15. Performance Under Seismic Load - 2
  16. Performance Under Seismic Load - 3
  17. Potential Failure Locations - 1
  18. Potential Failure Locations - 2
  19. Part 9 Lateral Loads - 3
  20. Categories of Wind and Seismic
  21. Compliance Options
  22. High Wind Locations – 0.8 kPa ≤ 1 in 50 HWP < 1.2 kPa
  23. High Seismic Locations – 0.7 < Sa(0.2) ≤ 1.2
  24. New Subsection
  25. New Subsection – General Requirements
  26. Braced Wall Band
  27. Braced Wall Panel Materials
  28. Spacing Requirements - 1
  29. Spacing Requirements - 2
  30. Spacing Requirements - 3
  31. Spacing Requirements - 4
  32. Minimum Cumulative Length of Braced Wall Panels
  33. Minimum Length of Individual Braced Wall Panels
  34. Relaxation of Bracing Requirement (1) – Basement and Crawl Space - 1
  35. Relaxation of Bracing Requirement (1) – Basement and Crawl Space - 2
  36. Relaxation of Bracing Requirement (2) – Porches
  37. Relaxation of Bracing Requirement (3) – Garages
  38. Specifications to Address Connections for Framing
  39. Specifications for Fastening of Sheathing to Framing
  40. Specifications to Anchor Building to Foundation
  41. Other Changes
  42. Part 9 Lateral Loads - 4
  43. Design Issues
  44. Flexible Design – Trade-Off Provisions - 1
  45. Flexible Design – Trade-Off Provisions - 2
  46. Flexible Design – Trade-Off Provisions - 3
  47. Flexible Design – Trade-Off Provisions - 4
  48. Questions?

2010 National Model Construction Codes ― Lateral Load Resistance – NBC Part 9

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Welcome. My name is Cathy Taraschuk. The major topic of this presentation is the changes to the provisions for lateral load resistance in Part 9 (Housing and Small Buildings) in the National Building Code of Canada and will focus primarily on NBC Part 9 houses.

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