Wind load is the load, in pounds per square foot, placed on the exterior of a structure by wind. This will depend on: the angle at which the wind strikes the structure. The shape of the structure (height, width, etc.)

A wind load is the force that is exerted on a structure by the wind. This can include the force exerted on the structure by the wind itself or by objects that are blown by the wind.

The wind load on a structure can be either positive or negative. A positive wind load is when the wind pushes on the structure.

A negative wind load is when the wind pulls on the structure. The wind load is affected by the wind speed, the wind direction, the size and shape of the structure, and the type of material the structure is made of.

The wind load can also be affected by the presence of other structures nearby. The wind load on a structure is measured in pounds per square foot (psf).

The wind load is calculated by multiplying the wind speed by the wind pressure. The wind pressure is the amount of force that the wind exerts on a given area.

The wind pressure is affected by the wind speed, the wind direction, and the type of material the structure is made of. The wind load on a structure can be either static or dynamic.

Static wind loads are those that are exerted on the structure by the wind itself. Dynamic wind loads are those that are exerted on the structure by objects that are blown by the wind. The