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PN-EN 1990 N/A Basis of structural design

No changes required.

When verifying ultimate limit states STR and GEO it is recommended to consider more onerous
expression from the following (6.10a) and (6.11b).

PN-EN 1991-1-1 General actions - Densities, self-weight, imposed loads for


buildings
Clause 6.3.1.2(1)P Table 6.2

Values of loads in no case should be smaller than lower bound of range given in table 6.2.

PN-EN 1991-1-3 General actions - Snow loads


Clause 1.1(2)

It is allowed to use this code for sites at altitudes above 1500m.

Clause 1.1(3)

Information on design situations and load arrangements to be used for different location and condition
are given in NA.2.6.

Clause 1.1(4), 5.2(2) and 5.3.4(3)

It is allowed to use Appendix B in exceptional design situation, except chapter B2, clause B2(1) – B2(3).

Clause 2(3) and 4.3(1)

Exceptional snow loads are not used.

Clause 2(4)

Loads due to exceptional snow drifts may be treated as accidental actions, not depending on
geographical locations.

Clause 3.3(1), 3.3(3) and A(1)(table A1)

It is recommended to use case A and B.

Clause 4.1(1)

The characteristic value of snow load on the ground should be obtain from the map. For location on the
edge of a zone, in trips of 10 km from the edge of a zone, the average value from both zones may be
used.
Powidz Air Base

The characteristic value of snow load on the ground:

Zone

A – altitude of the site in metres above mean see level


Clause 5.2(8)

The thermal coefficient may be calculated for , from the


expression:

NA.1

sk – characteristic value of snow, kN/m2

Dt – difference of temparatures, Celsius degrees

U – heat transfer coefficient,

Temperature difference is calculated from:

The equation (NA.1) is used from

If the temperature in a building is , if the temperature .

The thermal coefficient should be carefully considered.

Clause 5.3.4(4)

Where one or both sides of the valley have a slope greater than 60o , .

Clause 5.3.6(3)

It is allowed to use Appendix B, chapter B3.

Clause 6.2.(2)

It is allowed to use Appendix B, chapter B4.

Clause 6.3.(1)

It is recommended to use for sites at altitudes above 1500m and the whole zone 4.

Clause D(2)

The relation between the characteristic value of the snow load on the ground and the snow load on the
ground for mean recurrence interval of n years is given by the formula D.1. The coefficient of variation
of annual maximum snow load should be derived from expression:
A – altitude of the site in metres above mean see level

For sites at altitudes not higher than 300m it is allowed to take V=0.7

PN-EN 1991-1-4 General actions - Wind actions


Clause 4.2(1)P

The fundamental value of the basic wind velocity are given in table below:

Zone

A – altitude of the site in metres above mean see level

Clause 4.2(2)P, notes 1,2 and 3

The directional factor is given in table below:

Zone Wind direction

0o defines North
The recommended value of the season factor is 1,0.

Clause 4.3.1(1)

The map showing zones of the basic wind velocity:

Powidz Air Base

Clause 4.3.2(1)

The roughness factor is given in table below:


Category of
terrain

Table NA.3

and for heights greater than should be taken as for .

Clause 4.5(1), note 1

The peak velocity pressure should be determined according to expression 4.8 of the Eurocode.

The exposure factor may be determined from expressions given in table NA.3.

Clause 6.1(1)

It is allowed to calculate factors and separate.

Clause 6.3.1(1) note 3

A recommended procedure 1 is given in Annex B.

Clause 7.1.3(1)

The influence of ice and snow on the shape of the structure should be taken into account.

Clause 7.2.2(1)

A building, whose height is greater than 2b, part between lower and upper part should be divided into
the smallest number of strips, with not greater than b.

Clause 7.11(1) note 2

Recommendations according to PN-EN 12811-1:2004 should be used.


Clause 8.1(1) note 1

Influence on bridges should be considered individually.

Clause 8.2(1) note 1

Should be considered individually.

Clause A.2

If a building of a height h, is located closer than 30h from lower terrain category, it should be assumed
that a building is situated on the lower terrain category. The distances should be determined for all wind
directions considered.

Clause E.1.5.1(1) note 1 and 2

For cantilever method 2 given in E1.5.3 should be used.

Clause E.3(2)

Recommendations should be used according to PN-93/B-03201.Steel structures. Chimneys. Calculations


and design.

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