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By N. Cook

EN1991-1-4, Eurocode 1: activities on constructions -General activities - half 1-4: Wind activities, is the pinnacle code for wind activities on constructions and describes the foundations and standards for calculating layout wind a lot on constructions. It complies with the necessities of Eurocode EN1990, Eurocode: foundation of Structural layout, and offers the wind activities essential to enforce the structural layout Eurocodes 2 to nine.

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