Snow, Wind and Seismic Zoning Maps

Video: Interactive Load Zoning Maps

Find Your Project's Snow, Wind and Seismic Loads with Google Maps

Why A Training?

Select the corresponding snow, wind or seismic standard above and click on the map to easily obtain the snow loads, wind speeds, and seismic data or type in the location in the search window.

Then, you receive the desired load values for snow, wind or seismic activity.

Knowledge Base | Load Zones for Snow, Wind and Earthquake

  1. Figure 01 - Graded Wind Load Over Different Building Heights

    Wind Depending on the Structure Height for Vertical Walls

    The wind loads are regulated according to Eurocode 1 - Actions on structures - part 1-4: General actions - Wind loads. The nationally determined parameters of a respective country can be found in the National Annexes.

  2. Figure 02 – 3D View of Industrial Hangar

    Determination of Internal Pressure Coefficient cpi for One-Storey Buildings According to EN 1991-1-4

    Wind is the only climatic load acting on every single type of structure in the entire world, different from other loads like snow, for example. The wind size depends on the geographical location of the structure. That is one of the main reasons why today’s standards have regional division (wind zones) and consideration of altitude, as well as variation of dynamic pressure depending on the height above ground for a ‘normal’ site, without masking effect.

  3. Considering Snow Overhang

    Considering Snow Overhang

    The ‘Generate Snow Loads’ function provides the option to consider snow overhang. Thus, the load of the snow overhang is applied automatically to the eaves using distributed load or several nodal loads.

  4. Not Treating Snow and Wind Together as Collateral Actions

    Not Treating Snow and Wind Together as Collateral Actions

    According to DIN EN 1990/NA:2010‑12 - NDP to A.1.2.1(1) Comment 2, it is necessary to only apply one of the two climatic actions in the combination expressions for actions according to 6.4.3 and 6.5.3 in the case of places located up to +1,000 m above mean sea level if snow and wind are available as collateral actions in addition to non‑climatic leading action.

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