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www.groundsnowbyzip.com

GroundSnowByZip is a tool for Architects, Engineers and Builders to easily determine the ground snow load (Figure 7-1 (Table 7-1 for Alaska) of ASCE 7-05) for any location in the continental United States.To determine the design ground snow load, fill in the address below. You only need to fill in either the city and state or the zip code.

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Design Ground Snow by Zip Code GroundSnowByZip is a tool for Architects, Engineers and Builders to easily determine the ground snow load (Figure 7-1 (Table 7-1 for Alaska) of ASCE 7-05) for any location in the continental United States To determine the design ground snow load, fill in the address below You only need to fill in either the city and state or the zip code

www.fs.fed.us/t-d/snow_load/index.htm

Purpose of This Web Site. The purpose of this Web site is to provide ground snow load analysis information and data gathered from all 50 States. Each state has a listing of building code and applicable guidelines for snow loads, as well as details about where the snow load information may be found or purchased.

design.medeek.com/resources/snow/groundsnowloads.html

Use our ASCE Ground Snow Loads map to easily obtain the ground snow load (Figure 7-1 of ASCE 7-10) for any location in the contiguous United States. You can click on the map below to determine the design ground snow load, latitude and longitude and elevation for that location. Non-shaded (CS) areas require site-specific Case Studies to establish ground snow loads.

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GroundSnowByZip is a tool for Architects, Engineers and Builders to easily determine the ground snow load (Figure 7-1 (Table 7-1 for Alaska) of ASCE 7-05) for any location in the continental United States.To determine the design ground snow load, fill in the address below. You only need to fill in either the city and state or the zip code.

www.fs.fed.us/t-d/snow_load/states.htm

State Snow Load Information Alabama. Use IBC 2003—0 psf-10 psf with Case Study Areas at higher elevations. Alaska. Use IBC 2003—25 psf-300 psf —And— State of Alaska has given Authority to Local Building Officials for determining required Snow Loads for their municipalities.

up.codes/s/snow-loads

The ground snow loads to be used in determining the design snow loads for roofs shall be determined in accordance with ASCE 7 or Figure 1608.2 for the contiguous United States and Table 1608.2 for Alaska. Site-specific case studies shall be made in areas designated "CS" in Figure 1608.2.

www.fema.gov/.../7d8c55d1c4f815edf3d7e7d1c120383f/FEMA957_Snowload_508.pdf

snow, the variables that factor into roof snow loads, and the risks various . snow conditions pose. 2.1 Building Code Definitions. S. tructural engineers use building codes to determine design snow . loads on building structures. Currently, the International Building Code (IBC) is used throughout the United States for snow loads.

www.buildingsguide.com/calculators/structural/ASCE705S

Online Snow Load Calculator(for Buildings with Flat or Low Slope Roofs - for Balanced Snow, Drift, and Rain-on-Snow Surcharge Loadings) calculator (ASCE 7-05) for structural engineers, construction professionals and building planners.

www.designcriteriabyzip.com

Basic Wind Speed, Ground Snow Load, Seismic Coefficients per ASCE7 Regarding this service: This website returns the values of wind speed, ground snow and seismic for the continental United States per ASCE 7-05. The information reflects the ASCE 7-05 maps electronically to speed up critical design project information and displays easily for your convenience.