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|Lateral loads wind and earthquake loads must also have a complete load path to transfer them to the ground||The weight of the structure, human occupancyand snow are all types of loads that needs to have a complete load path to the ground|
Loads in any building have to travel from the roof and upper floors down to the ground.
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Paths Loads Gravity Loads Gravity loads are the vertical forces that act on a structure.