Eurocode 1 Wind load on free-standing walls and parapets (net pressure coefficients)

Calculation of wind load action effects on free-standing walls and parapets. The net wind pressure for zones A, B, C, D along the length of the structure are calculated from the net pressure coefficients corresponding to the overall effect on the front and back faces
According to:
EN 1991-1-4:2005+A1:2010 Section 7.4.1
Supported National Annexes:
Only countries that adopt CEN recommended values for section 7.4.1 of EN1991-1-4 are supported. The value of the peak velocity pressure can be specified manually. Otherwise automatic calculation of peak velocity pressure is supported, in addition to countries that adopt the CEN recommended values for NDPs, also for the following National Annexes: Finland, Portugal. The National Annexes of Germamy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland are NOT supported (enter peak velocity pressure manually).
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Hint: Select 'Custom peak velocity pressure' in the terrain category dropdown in order to manually specify the peak velocity pressure.

The terrain categories are illustrated in EN1991-1-4 Annex A. The transition zones between terrain categories are specified in EN1991-1-4 §A.2.
The basic wind velocity is given as vb = vb,0cdircseason where the fundamental value of basic wind velocity vb,0 is defined in EN1991-1-4 §4.2(1)P and its value is provided in the National Annex. Altitude correction may also be specified in the National Annex for EN1991-1-4 §4.2(2)P. The directional and season factors are generally cdir = 1.0 and cseason = 1.0. For particular cases values smaller than 1.0 may be specified in the National Annex for EN1991-1-4 §4.2(2)P.
For walls standing on the ground hbase = 0. For parapets on buildings hbase is the height of the building
Length of return corner, approximately perpendicular to the wall face, as shown in EN1991-1-4 Figure 7.19
Solidity ratio φ = 1.0 corresponds to solid walls. Solidity ratio φ = 0.8 corresponds to walls with 20% openings. Solidity ratios less than 0.8 are not supported in this calculation

Orography factor larger than 1.0 may be applicable over isolated hills and escarpments. See EN1991-1-4 §4.3.3 and §A.3 for more details.
Nationally Defined Parameters
According to EN1991-1-4 §4.5(1) and the National Annex.
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