AS/NZS 1170.2:2002

Structural design actions - Wind actions

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Provides design values of wind actions for use in structural design. It is intended to be used in conjunction with AS/NZS 1170.0, which gives the procedure for structural design. Wind speeds and direction factors are provided for a range of probabilities of exceedance. Other factors cover the environment around the structure, the geometry of the structure and the dynamic interaction of the structure with the wind.

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Supersedes

Publishing information

Status: SUPERSEDED

Published: 03/06/2002

Pages: 83

Committee:  BD/06

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Approved Code Of Practice For Cranes

Ministry:  WorkSafe New Zealand
Section:  12.1(1)

Citation Context:
Wind forces are to be calculated as per the version of AS/NZS 1170.2 Structural Design Actions: Wind Actions applicable at the time of submission for design verification in New Zealand, or equivalent standards.

Approved Code Of Practice For Cranes

Ministry:  WorkSafe New Zealand
Section:  11.1(1)

Citation Context:
The coefficient zone factor of 1.2 shall apply to all cranes. Wind forces are to be calculated as per AS/NZS 1170.2:2002 Structural design actions – Wind actions.

Approved Code Of Practice For Cranes

Ministry:  WorkSafe New Zealand
Section:  16.1(2)

Citation Context:
Wind forces are to be calculated as per AS/NZS 1170.2: Structural Design Actions - Wind Actions. Refer to section 5.1.

Approved Code Of Practice For Cranes

Ministry:  WorkSafe New Zealand
Section:  Appendix C Referenced documents

Citation Context:
AS/NZS 1170.2 Structural Design Actions – Wind Actions

Code Of Practice For The Management Of Existing Stationary Container Systems Up To 60,000 Litres Capacity

Ministry:  Environmental Protection Authority
Section:  Appendix 3, Clause 1.4(3)

Citation Context:
An engineer experienced in the design of reinforced plastic tanks must undertake calculations substantiating the design of the tank, using the appropriate sections of NZS 3106: 1986 Code of practice for concrete structures for the storage of liquids, to determine the dynamic liquid loads; NZS 4203: 1992 Code of practice for general structural design and design loadings for buildings (or AS/NZS 1170, and NZS 4219: 1983 Specification for seismic resistance of engineering systems in buildings.

Best Practice Guideline For Scaffolding In New Zealand

Ministry:  Scaffolding and Rigging New Zealand
Section:  6.13.3 Falsework design

Citation Context:
In determining what information to consult and how to approach falsework design, no single document provides all the answers. Sources of information for scaffolders, chartered and design engineers include: …AS/NZS 1170 parts 0 - 3 and NZS 1170.5; ...

Building Code Compliance Document G12

Ministry:  Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment: Building Systems Performance
Section:  AS2

Best Practice Guideline For Scaffolding In New Zealand

Ministry:  Scaffolding and Rigging New Zealand
Section:  1.2.2.3 Environmental loads

Citation Context:
Where appropriate, the environmental loads shall include the following: Wind loads in accordance with AS/NZS 1170 (and supplements)...

Best Practice Guideline For Scaffolding In New Zealand

Ministry:  Scaffolding and Rigging New Zealand
Section:  1.2.1.1

Citation Context:
Relevant standards are those related to… …This includes but is not limited to the following: ...AS/NZS 1170.2 Structural design actions - Wind actions...

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