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Question by seb (220)

I need to determine weed pressure per square foot.

Answer by Craig19 (154)

Wind pressure, q, is variable, depending on wind velocity. Wind pressure increases exponentially as velocity increases. Wind pressure, q =. 00256 x V x V (V is wind velocity in mph)

Answer by Kar (111)

p=ksv(squared ) divided by ( a ) unit of pressure per square foot. p is ventilating pressure & v is velocity & k is coefficient

Answer by Radtech (18)

The wind pressure(PSF) can be solved with the simple formula; PSF =. 00256 x V^2 (V= wind speed in MPH)

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