# Consider the building in Figure P2.22, which has a width into the page of (35 mathrm{ft}). Maximum

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Consider the building in Figure P2.22, which has a width into the page of \(35 \mathrm{ft}\). Maximum inundation height, \(h_{\text {max }}\), and flow velocity, \(u_{\max }\), have been determined as \(33 \mathrm{ft}\) and \(20 \mathrm{ft} / \mathrm{sec}\), respectively. Calculate the hydrodynamic load applied at floor level on the wall \(I J K L\) for Load Cases 2 and 3, due to outflow. If windows are inundated, calculate the expected hydrostatic loading on the adjacent outside walls due to water retained by the floor, or floors. Finally, calculate the debris impact load to be applied to the free-standing column CD. Assume \(I_{t s u}=1.0\) and \(C_{d}=1.25\).

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**Authors:** Kenneth Leet, Chia-Ming Uang, Joel Lanning