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SAES-A-112 Meteorological and Seismic Design Data Document Responsibility: Environmental Standards Committee 17 May 2011

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Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 Scope............................................................. 2 Conflicts and Deviations................................. 2 References..................................................... 2 Definitions...................................................... 3

Appendix I............................................................. 9

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Scope This standard defines the basic meteorological and seismic data to be used in the design of all Saudi Aramco facilities. These data are presented in tabular form in Appendix I.
Commentary Note: Saudi Aramco meteorological standards are based on the best available data; some locations have longer term data sets than others. As pertinent reference material becomes available, meteorological data for Saudi Aramco installations will be revised and expanded.

This entire standard may be attached to and made a part of purchase orders. 2 Conflicts and Deviations 2.1 Any conflicts between this standard and other applicable Saudi Aramco Engineering Standards (SAESs), Saudi Aramco Materials System Specifications (SAMSSs), Saudi Aramco Standard Drawings (SASDs), or industry standards, codes, and forms shall be resolved in writing by the Company or Authorized Representative through the Manager, Environmental Protection Department of Saudi Aramco. Direct all requests to deviate from this standard in writing to the Company or Authorized Representative, who shall follow internal Company procedure SAEP-302 and forward such requests to the Manager, Environmental Protection Department of Saudi Aramco.

2.2

References The selection of material and equipment, and the design, construction, maintenance, and repair of equipment and facilities covered by this standard shall comply with the latest edition of the references listed below, unless otherwise noted. 3.1 Saudi Aramco References Saudi Aramco Engineering Procedure SAEP-302 Instructions for Obtaining a Waiver of a Mandatory Saudi Aramco Engineering Requirement

Saudi Aramco Engineering Standards SAES-A-113 SAES-M-005 Geotechnical Engineering Requirements Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore Platforms
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Saudi Aramco Engineering Reports SAER-2359 SAER-5307 SAER-5565 SAER-6089


Commentary Notes: It provides maximum considered earthquake spectral response accelerations at short and long periods consistent with ICC IBC 2006 (NEHRP 2003). Tabulated acceleration values in this standard were updated and new stations were added in 2007-2008.

Arabian Gulf Hindcast Study Outdoor Design Temperatures for HVAC and Heat Exchangers Red Sea Hindcast Study Final Report on Seismic Acceleration Contour Maps for Saudi Arabia, July 2006

3.2

Industry Codes and Standards International Code Council (ICC) ICC IBC 2006 International Building Code

American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE/SEI 7 - 05 4 Definitions This section defines the meteorological and seismic data presented in Tables 1 & 2 Commentary notes in Section 4 suggest how Meteorological and Seismic Design Data are typically used. 4.1 Station Location and Elevation Station Coordinates: The approximate latitude and longitude of the plant site in the geodetic units of degrees and minutes.
Commentary Note: This information can be used in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) design to determine the position of the sun at various times of the year.

Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures

Site Elevation: Approximate elevations are listed for Saudi Aramco sites and relative to sea level.

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These elevations are used by process, equipment, and utility engineers for calculation of atmospheric pressure. Seasonal site specific atmospheric pressure is also available from the Environmental Protection Department.

4.2

Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures: Temperature readings obtained from the Saudi Aramco and PME local weather stations are as follows:
Commentary Note: This information in this section can be used in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) design - see SAER-5307, as well as other applications requiring ambient air temperature data.

Average Annual Temperature: An average of the daily temperatures for the year averaged over a number of years. Average Daily Maximum Temperature: An average of the daily temperatures for the hottest month averaged over a number of years.
Commentary Note: This value is used in the rating of transformers and electric motors.

Monthly Normal Maximum Temperature: The average of the maximum daily temperature recorded during the hottest month averaged over a number of years.
Commentary Note: This value is used in the rating of transformers and electric motors.

Average Daily Soil Temperature: The average daily soil temperature for the hottest month, measured one meter below grade, averaged over a number of years.
Commentary Note: This value is used for underground cable applications and buried pipelines.

Monthly Normal Maximum Soil Temperature: The average of the maximum daily soil temperature, measured one meter below grade, during the hottest month averaged over a number of years.
Commentary Note: This value is used for underground cable applications and buried pipelines.

Lowest One Day Mean Temperature: Determined by finding the lowest value of the daily mean temperatures over the entire period of records.
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An ambient temperature that may be required for the minimum design metal temperature for equipment that is significantly pressurized at ambient temperatures.

Highest One Day Mean Temperature: Determined by finding the highest value of the daily mean temperatures over the entire period of records.
Commentary Note: An ambient temperature that may be required to determine the maximum metal temperatures used in the design of structures, piping systems and certain types of equipment.

Lowest Recorded Temperature: The lowest ambient air temperature that has been recorded at a particular site. Highest Recorded Temperature: The highest ambient air temperature that has been recorded at a particular site. Summer Design Dry Bulb Temperature: A dry bulb temperature that has been equaled or exceeded by 1%, 2.5% or 5% (30 hrs, 73 hrs, or 146 hrs) of the total hours during the months of June through September. Wet Bulb Temperature: The lowest temperature that can be obtained by evaporating water into the air. Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temperature: The mean of all wet bulb temperatures occurring at the specific Summer Design Dry Bulb Temperature. Summer Design Wet Bulb Temperature: A wet bulb temperature that has been equaled or exceeded by either 1% or 2.5% (30 hrs or 73 hrs) of the total hours during the months of June through September. Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temperature: The mean of all dry bulb temperatures occurring at the specific summer design wet bulb temperature. Mean Daily Range: The difference between the average daily maximum and average daily minimum temperatures during the month of August. Winter Design Dry Bulb Temperature: A temperature that has been equaled or exceeded by 99% of the total hours during the months of December, January and February. 4.3 Wind Wind data are compiled from local weather stations where it is measured
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10 meters above grade in open terrain and reported as follows: Basic Wind Speed: Basic Wind Speed data are provided in terms of a 3-second gust expressed in SI for 50-year mean recurrence intervals.
Commentary Note: This data is used for the design of structures, buildings, pressure vessels, piping, storage tanks, air-cooled heat exchangers, cooling towers, stacks, and similar equipment.

Prevailing Wind Direction: The compass direction (N, NNE, NE, ENE, E, etc.) from which the wind blows the greatest percent of the time.
Commentary Note: Since up to 16 points of direction (N, NNE, NE, ENE, E, etc.) may be used to describe the direction from which the wind is blowing, the directions given in Table 1 could represent less than 10% of the total time the wind is blowing. Where wind direction considerations are critical, a wind rose diagram may be available from the Environmental Protection Department.

Exposure Category: An exposure category reflects the characteristic of ground surface irregularities at a particular site.
Commentary Note: This category is used to account for large variations in ground surface roughness that arises from natural topography and vegetation as well as from constructed features. This factor is used in calculating wind pressures using either the ICC IBC 2006 or ASCE/SEI 7 - 05.

4.4

Earthquake Data
Commentary Note: For more data and details refer to the Supervisor of the Civil Engineering Unit of CSD.

Short Period Acceleration (SS): The mapped maximum considered earthquake spectral response acceleration at a short period. One-Second Period Acceleration (S1): The mapped maximum considered earthquake spectral response acceleration at a period of 1-sec.
Commentary Note: SS and S1 values have been determined based on SAER-6089. They are to be used as per procedures in ASCE/SEI 7 - 05 and ICC IBC 2006 to calculate the design spectral response acceleration parameters.

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Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA): The peak ground acceleration is the maximum acceleration experienced by the structure that is attached to the earth during the course of the earthquake motion.
Commentary Note: The PGA is not used for structural analysis/design purpose. It is used to address soil liquefaction. Note that for Seismic Design Category D and higher, the potential for soil liquefaction requires consideration of both site peak ground accelerations and earthquake magnitude. PGA may be determined based on a site-specific study taking into account soil amplification effect or, in the absence of such a study, PGA shall be assumed equal to SDS/2.5. SDS is the design, 5% damped, spectral response acceleration parameter at short period.

Site Class: A classification assigned to a site based on the types of soils present and their engineering properties as per IBC or ASCE 7 Site Classification Tables 1615.1.1 or 9.4.1.2 respectively. 4.5 Precipitation
Commentary Note: The amount of precipitation (rainfall) is a factor used in storage tank design, drainage design, waste-water discharge quality control, and similar items. It should be realized that the desert climate and length of record make recorded values highly variable (for example, Dhahran has 60 years of data while Tanajib has 12 years).

Rainfall, Average Annual: This is the annual average rainfall based on as many years of data as available. Rainfall Maximum in 24 Hours: This is the maximum precipitation recorded in 24 hours. Rainfall Intensity Coefficients: These coefficients are provided for return periods of 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 years. The coefficients are used in the Steel Formula [I = K/ (t+b)] to calculate the average maximum precipitation rates for storm durations up to two hour. Where: I = Rainfall Intensity in mm/hr (in/hr), t = time of concentration in minutes, and K & b are non-dimensional coefficients Isokeraunic Levels: A rough measure of lightning frequency.
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4.6

Ambient Air Quality


Commentary Note: Air-borne dust concentrations and contaminant levels are used in mechanical equipment design, when sizing air filters and as a measure of potential dust ingress in bearing housings, lube oil systems, etc.

Dust Concentration: The mass of total suspended airborne particulate matter per unit volume of air. Usual airborne dust concentration is 1 mg/m. During sandstorms, dust concentrations may reach 500 mg/m. Particle sizes are as follows: 95% of all particles are less than 20 micrometers 50% of all particles are less than 1.5 micrometers Elements present in dust include compounds of calcium, silicon, magnesium, aluminum, potassium, chlorides and sodium. When wetted (high humidity conditions) these compounds function as electrolytes and can result in severe corrosion. Other pollutants present in the atmosphere under the most extreme conditions are: H2S Hydrocarbon SO2 CO NOx O3 4.7 20 ppm (vol/vol) 150 ppm (vol/vol) 10 ppm (vol/vol) 100 ppm (vol/vol) 5 ppm (vol/vol) 1 ppm (vol/vol)

Meteorological and Oceanographic Data for Offshore Structures Offshore Structures: For the design of offshore structures the wind, current and wave design data should be taken from SAER-2359 Arabian Gulf Hindcast Study, and SAER-5565 Red Sea Hindcast Study.

17 May 2011

Revision Summary Major revision. The number of listed sites was increased to 51.

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Appendix I Table 1 Design Data - SI Units


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Maximum Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, km/hr 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Abha 2200 1812' 4229' 19 23 30 7 28 0 40 31 13 30 13 20 25 19 24 30 12 5 145 C SSW 16.9 4.8 4.00 D 330 131 101

Abqaiq 79 2556' 4942' 27 38 45 32 33 6 42 -3 52 47 22 45 22 28 36 27 35 45 15 6 155 C NW 13.8 4.0 3.00 D 82 80 Note 3 20

Abu Sa'fah 16 2654' 5030' 26 33 35 Note 2 Note 2 10 39 10 44 37 36 35 3 13 Note 2 Note 2 NW 14.3 5.2 3.00 D Note 3 25

Al-Baha 1651 2017' 4138' 23 29 34 4 32 0 42 36 16 35 16 21 31 20 29 34 10 6 145 E 16 4.6 3.00 D 154 118 Note 3 63

Al-Jauf 559 2956' 4012' 22 32 39 1 39 -5 49 42 19 41 18 20 40 19 38 40 13 0 165 C W 12.0 3.4 2.00 D 59 34 Note 3 12

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Table 1 Design Data - SI Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Maximum Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, km/hr 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Ar'ar' 539 3054' 4108' 22 33 40 -1 40 -9 48 43 20 42 20 23 39 21 38 41 13 0 150 C W 3.4 1.0 0.81 D 73 38 Note 3 15

Berri 30 2657' 4935' 26 36 43 32 32 8 40 0 53 44 21 43 21 29 34 28 34 42 12 7 145 C N 8.5 3.1 2.00 D 99 96 Note 3 5

Bisha 1162 1959' 4237' 25 32 39 7 37 -1 43 40 18 40 17 21 33 20 33 39 13 6 150 C ENE 7 1.8 2.8(*) D 91 72 Note 3 31

Dhahran 89 2619' 5008' 26 36 42 32 33 6 41 -1 51 44 23 43 23 30 35 30 35 42 12 7 145 C NW 8.2 2.8 1.00 D 83 63 Note 3 21

Duba 19 2719' 3544' 26 31 35 16 38 5 44 6 145 C WNW 27.1 7.9 6.00 D 28 116 Note 3 5

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Table 1 Design Data - SI Units (Continued)


East/West Pump Stations Data Categories No. 3 Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Maximum Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, km/hr 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in % g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in % g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

No. 6 771 2442' 4458' 25 34 42 32 33 7 39 -5 46 43 41 15 150 C SE 11.7 3.4 2.00 D Note 3 16

No. 10 866 2406' 4102' 22 34 42 33 34 -2 44 19 165 C W 18.1 5.2 4.00 D Note 3 8

Guriat 504 3125' 3717' 20 29 38 0 38 -9 47 41 18 39 18 22 34 21 32 38 17 -1 160 C WNW 14.3 4.0 5.7(*) D 47 37 Note 3 11

Hafr Al-Batin 414 2753' 4533' 25 36 43 2 41 -5 55 45 20 44 19 22 39 20 41 43 13 2 175 C N 2.4 0.6 1.0(*) D 127 65 Note 3 22

Hail 1001 2726' 4141' 22 33 39 -1 38 -9 48 42 19 41 18 20 39 19 38 40 15 -1 180 C S 13.4 4.3 3.00 D

Haradh 300 2404' 4901' 27 37 45 34 36 2 48 -6 50 21 145 C NNE 15.9 4.5 3.00 D

530 2510' 4730' 25 36 43 33 34 5 38 -2 47 44 43 14 145 C N 0.9 0.3 0.21 D Note 3 18

130 40 80 16 Note 3 Note 3 31 16

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Data Categories Hawtah Hofuf 160 2530' 4934' 27 37 45 30 31 5 42 -2 55 47 24 46 24 29 39 28 38 45 16 5 155 C NNW 16.0 4.6 3.00 D 92 56 Note 3 18 Jeddah 17 2143' 3911' 28 33 39 16 37 9 48 41 24 39 24 30 35 29 35 38 11 15 135 C NW 30.1 11.0 7.00 E 57 73 Note 3 9 Jizan Ju'aymah Jubail 7 1652' 4235' 30 34 37 21 36 12 48 38 28 38 28 30 36 30 36 37 7 21 165 C SW 43.5 12.4 10.00 D 134 90 Note 3 36 5 2647' 4956' 25 34 41 31 31 8 40 2 48 42 28 39 24 31 36 31 35 40 9 7 145 C NNW 8.9 3.2 2.00 D 89 66 Note 3 24 6 272' 4932' 26 36 42 33 33 7 40 3 50 45 23 44 23 32 35 31 35 43 12 7 145 C NNW 8.5 3.1 3.4 D 120 115 Note 3 25 Khafji 1 2824' 4832' 27 38 42 36 36 7 41 1 47 43 42 41 9 7 145 C NW 7.6 5 3(*) D 104 60 Note 3 20

Elevation Above Sea Level, m 635 Station Coordinates: Latitude North 2258' Longitude East 4654' Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature 26 Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) 36 Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) 43 Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) 34 Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) 35 Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature 4 Highest One-Day Mean Temperature 41 Lowest Recorded Temperature -4 Highest Recorded Temperature 49 Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% 44 Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% 19 Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% 43 Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% 18 Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% 21 Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% 39 Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% 20 Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% 40 Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% 42 Mean Daily Range 14 Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% 4 Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, (km/hr) 50 yr 145 Exposure Category (Note 1) C Prevailing Direction NNE Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 0.5 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g 0.1 Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) 3.00 Site Class (Note 4) D Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual 112 Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours 50 Rainfall Intensity Note 3 Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year) 15
See notes at the end of the document.

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Table 1 Design Data - SI Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, (km/hr) 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Khamis Khurais Makkah Mushayt 2051 1818' 4248' 20 24 32 8 28 -1 40 32 15 31 15 20 25 19 24 30 12 5 145 C SSW 19.3 5.5 4.00 D 220 100 77 430 2505' 4808' 27 38 42 34 35 -2 52 50 22 49 22 27 40 27 40 47 19 8 163 C N 2.8 0.8 0.67 D 116 70 Note 3 17 261 2126' 3946' 31 36 43 16 41 8 50 45 25 44 24 29 39 28 38 43 12 16 135 C N 25 9 10(*) D 110 71 Note 3 20

Manifa 10 27 36' 49 0' 26 37 42 1 40 0 50 44 43 42 12 5 145 C NW 9.1 3.2 2.50 D 104 60 Note 3 20

Marjan 21 2827' 4942' 26 34 39 Note 2 Note 2 10 39 8 45 3 145 Note 2 NW 22.3 8.1 5.00 D Note 3 20

Medina 632 2431' 3935' 28 37 43 34 35 8 42 0 48 45 19 44 19 22 38 21 39 43 13 9 120 C W 25.4 7.2 6.00 D 65 53 Note 3 20

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Table 1 Design Data - SI Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, (km/hr) 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Najran 1206 1736' 4425' 26 33 39 6 37 -1 47 40 17 39 17 21 34 20 34 39 12 7 140 C E 25.0 7.8 5.00 D 64 157 Note 3 13

Qaisumah 356 2820' 4607' 25 37 44 2 42 -3 54 46 20 45 20 22 40 21 42 44 14 2 180 C N 1.1 0.3 0.27 D 124 64 Note 3 20

Qasim 645 2618' 4358' 25 35 42 2 41 -7 49 45 19 44 19 22 41 20 41 43 15 2 150 C N 11.2 3.2 2.00 D 152 86 Note 3 21

Qatif 4 2630' 5000' 25 33 39 32 33 8 39 2 51 40 28 39 28 34 34 33 34 36 15 8 150 C NNW 8.3 2.9 1.00 D 87 65 Note 3 24

Rabigh 5 2243' 3901' 28 33 38 17 39 11 48 40 23 39 23 29 35 28 34 38 8 15 150 C WNW 18.8 6.7 4.00 D 60 63 Note 3 8

Rafha 444 2937' 4330' 23 34 42 1 41 -6 49 45 21 44 21 24 42 23 41 42 15 0 155 C W 0.6 0.2 0.2(*) D 93 121 Note 3 13

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Table 1 Design Data - SI Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Maximum Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, (km/hr) 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Ras Tanura 2 2642' 5005' 26 35 39 8 38 0 48 41 27 40 23 30 35 30 34 39 8 8 145 C NNW 8.8 3.2 2.00 D 109 98 Note 3 24

Riyadh 608 2442' 4644' 27 37 43 33 34 5 42 -4 49 45 19 44 19 21 40 20 41 43 14 5 145 C N 0.7 0.2 0.17 D 116 70 Note 3 16

Safaniya Sharorah Shaybah Shedgum 2 2800' 4848' 25 34 44 29 30 7 39 2 47 41 26 39 26 31 34 30 34 37 4 8 145 C NW 6.8 2.5 1.00 D 98 51 Note 3 20 725 1728' 476' 28 36 42 5 39 0 49 43 21 42 21 28 40 26 38 42 13 8 135 C NE 5.0 1.0 2.0(*) D 71 75 Note 3 11 70 2221' 5403' 30 40 45 35 36 10 43 2 53 47 20 46 21 25 37 23 38 46 12 10 145 C NNE 8.1 2.3 1.00 D 24 12 Note 3 10 294 2536' 4924' 27 37 47 33 34 4 41 -1 49 45 21 45 21 26 32 24 33 44 15 6 155 C NNW 15.9 4.5 3.00 D 81 80 Note 3 20

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, km/hr 50yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Tanajib 10 2752' 4846' 25 36 42 29 30 1 40 0 49 44 26 43 26 31 34 30 34 42 12 5 145 C N 8.1 3.0 6.00 D 104 59 Note 3 20

Tabuk 769 2822' 3635' 22 31 38 22 23 3 37 -10 45 41 19 40 18 21 37 20 36 39 14 1 150 C NNW 27.1 11.0 1.00 D 48 48 Note 3 14

Taif 1453 2129' 4033' 23 29 35 6 33 0 44 37 17 36 17 22 32 21 31 35 11 5 150 C W 16.2 4.4 6.5(*) D 175 169 Note 3 89

Turaif 852 3141' 3840' 19 29 36 -1 37 -8 45 40 18 39 17 20 34 19 34 37 15 -2 155 C W 18.6 5.3 4.00 D 83 86 Note 3 12

Udhailiyah 270 2509' 4920' 27 37 42 32 33 6 41 -1 49 46 22 45 22 27 38 25 36 45 15 5 155 C NNW 16 4.6 3.00 D 68 24 Note 3 18

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, m Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (C): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Maximum Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (1 m below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, km/hr 50yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, mm: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Uthmaniyah 231 2513' 4918' 25 36 47 32 33 6 41 -1 49 46 22 45 22 25 37 24 37 43 16 3 155 C NNW 16.0 4.6 3.00 D 68 24 Note 3 18

Wadi AlDawaser 622 2030' 4512' 28 37 43 7 40 0 49 45 20 44 20 23 41 22 41 43 12 7 145 C ESE 5.0 1.0 2.0(*) D 27 28 Note 3 10

Wajeh 24 2612' 3629' 25 30 33 11 35 1 47 35 25 34 27 30 33 29 32 33 7 12 145 C WNW 27.1 7.0 10.8(*) D 26 116 Note 3 5

Yanbu 10 2407' 3803' 28 33 39 31 32 12 41 5 50 44 25 42 25 30 36 30 35 41 12 11 145 C W 20.4 5.8 4.00 D 36 49 Note 3 7

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Abha 7216 1812' 4229' 66 73 86 45 82 32 104 88 55 86 55 68 77 66 75 86 22 41 90 C SSW 16.9 4.8 4.0 D 13.0 5.2 101

Abqaiq 259 2556' 4942' 81 100 113 90 91 43 108 27 126 117 72 113 72 82 97 81 95 113 27 43 96 C NW 13.8 4.0 3.0 D 3.2 3.1 Note 3 20

Abu Sa'fah 52 2654' 5030' 79 91 95 50 102 50 111 99 97 95 5 55 Note 2 NW 14.3 5.2 3.0 D Note 3 25

Al-Baha 5415 2017' 4138' 73 84 93 39 90 32 108 97 61 95 61 70 88 68 84 93 18 43 90 E 16.0 4.6 3.0 D 6.1 4.6 Note 3 63

Al-Jauf 1834 2956' 4012' 72 90 102 34 102 23 120 108 66 106 64 68 104 66 100 104 23 32 103 C W 12.0 3.4 2.0 D 2.3 1.3 Note 3 12

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Table 2 Design Data - Customary Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Ar'ar' 1768 3054' 4108' 72 91 104 30 104 16 118 109 68 108 68 73 102 70 100 106 23 32 93 C W 3.4 1.0 0.8 D 2.9 1.5 Note 3 15

Berri 98 2657' 4935' 79 97 109 90 90 46 104 32 127 111 70 109 70 84 93 82 93 108 22 45 90 C N 8.5 3.1 2.0 D 3.9 3.8 Note 3 5

Bisha 3811 1959' 4237' 77 90 102 45 99 30 109 104 64 104 63 70 91 68 91 102 23 43 93 C ENE 7.0 1.8 2.8(*) D 3.6 2.8 Note 3 31

Dhahran 292 2619' 5008' 79 97 108 90 91 43 106 30 124 111 73 109 73 86 95 86 95 108 22 45 90 C NW 8.2 2.8 1.0 D 3.3 2.5 Note 3 21

Duba 62 2719' 3544' 79 88 95 61 100 41 111 11 90 C WNW 27.1 7.9 6.0 D 1.1 4.6 Note 3 5

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East/West Pump Stations Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph) 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

No. 3 1738 2510' 4730' 77 97 109 91 93 41 100 28 117 111 109 25 90 C N 0.9 0.3 0.2 D Note 3 18

No. 6 2529 2442' 4458' 77 93 108 90 91 45 102 23 115 109 106 27 93 C SE 11.7 3.4 2.0 D Note 3 16

No. 10 2840 2406' 4102' 72 93 108 91 93 28 111 34 103 C W 18.1 5.2 4.0 D Note 3 8

Guriat 1653 3125' 3717' 68 84 100 32 100 16 117 106 64 102 64 72 93 70 90 100 31 30 99 C WNW 14.3 4.0 5.7(*) D 1.9 1.5 Note 3 11

Hafr Al-Batin 1358 2753' 4533' 77 97 109 36 106 23 131 23 109 C N 2.4 0.6 1.0(*) D 5.0 2.6 Note 3 22

Hail 3283 2726' 4141' 72 91 102 30 100 16 118 108 66 106 64 68 102 66 100 104 27 30 112 C S 13.4 4.3 3.0 D 5.1 3.1 Note 3 31

Haradh 984 2404' 4901' 81 99 113 93 97 36 118 21 122 38 90 C NNE 15.9 4.5 3.0 D 1.6 0.6 Note 3 16

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Hawtah 2083 2258 4654 79 97 109 93 95 39 106 25 120 111 66 109 64 70 102 68 104 108 25 39 90 C NNE 0.5 0.1 3.0 D 4.4 2.0 Note 3 15

Hofuf 525 2530 4934 81 99 113 86 88 41 108 28 131 117 75 115 75 84 102 82 100 113 29 41 96 C NNW 16.0 4.6 3.0 D 3.6 2.2 Note 3 18

Jeddah 56 2143 3911 82 91 102 61 99 48 118 106 75 102 75 86 95 84 95 100 20 59 84 C NW 30.1 11.0 7.0 E 2.2 2.9 Note 3 9

Jizan 23 1652 4235 86 93 99 70 97 54 118 100 82 100 82 86 97 86 97 99 13 70 103 C SW 43.5 12.4 10.0 D 5.3 3.5 Note 3 36

Juaymah 16 2647 4956 77 93 106 88 88 46 104 36 118 108 82 102 75 88 97 88 95 104 16 45 90 C NNW 8.9 3.2 2.0 D 3.5 2.6 Note 3 24

Jubail 20 272 4932 79 97 108 91 91 45 104 37 122 113 73 111 73 90 95 88 95 109 22 45 90 C NNW 8.5 3.1 3.4 D 4.7 4.5 Note 3 25

Khafji 3 2824 4832 81 100 108 97 97 45 106 34 117 109 108 106 16 45 90 C NW 7.6 5.0 3(*) D 4.1 2.3 Note 3 20

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Table 2 Design Data Customary Units (Continued)


Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Khamis Khurais Mushayt 6727 1818 4248 68 75 90 46 82 30 104 90 59 88 59 68 77 66 75 86 22 41 90 C SSW 19.3 5.5 4.0 D 8.7 3.9 77 1410 2505 4808 81 100 108 93 95 28 126 122 72 120 72 81 104 81 104 117 34 46 101 C N 2.8 0.8 0.7 D 3.2 Note 3 17

Makkah 856 2126 3946 88 97 109 61 106 46 122 113 77 111 75 84 102 82 100 109 22 61 84 C N 25.0 9.0 10(*) D 4.3 2.8 Note 3 20

Manifa 33 27 36 49 0 79 99 108 34 104 32 122 111 109 108 22 41 90 C NW 9.1 3.2 2.5 D 4.1 2.4 Note 3 20

Marjan 69 2827 4942 79 93 102 50 102 46 113 5 90 Note 2 NW 22.3 8.1 5.0 D Note 3 20

Medina 2073 2431 3935 82 99 109 93 95 46 108 32 118 113 66 111 66 72 100 70 102 109 23 48 75 C W 25.4 7.2 6.0 D 2.6 2.1 Note 3 20

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Najran 3956 1736 4425 79 91 102 43 99 30 117 104 63 102 63 70 93 68 93 102 22 45 87 C E 25.0 7.8 5.0 D 2.5 6.2 Note 3 13

Qaisumah 1168 2820 4607 77 99 111 36 108 27 129 115 68 113 68 72 104 70 108 111 25 36 112 C N 1.1 0.3 0.3 D 4.9 2.5 Note 3 20

Qasim 2116 2618 4358 77 95 108 36 106 19 120 113 66 111 66 72 106 68 106 109 27 36 93 C N 11.2 3.2 2.0 D 6.0 3.4 Note 3 21

Qatif 13 2630 5000 77 91 102 90 91 46 102 36 124 104 82 102 82 93 93 91 93 97 27 46 93 C NNW 8.3 2.9 1.0 D 3.4 2.6 Note 3 24

Rabigh 16 2243 3901 82 91 100 63 102 52 118 104 73 102 73 84 95 82 93 100 14 59 93 C WNW 18.8 6.7 4.0 D 2.4 2.5 Note 3 8

Rafha 1456 2937 4330 73 93 108 34 106 21 120 113 70 111 70 75 108 73 106 108 27 32 96 C W 0.6 0.2 0.2(*) D 3.7 4.8 Note 3 13

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Ras Tanura 7 2642 5005 79 95 102 46 100 32 118 106 81 104 73 86 95 86 93 102 14 46 90 C NNW 8.8 3.2 2.0 D 4.3 3.9 Note 3 24

Riyadh 1994 2442 4644 81 99 109 91 93 41 108 25 120 113 66 111 66 70 104 68 106 109 25 41 90 C N 0.7 0.2 0.2 D 4.6 2.8 Note 3 16

Safaniya Sharorah Shaybah Shedgum 7 2800 4848 77 93 111 84 86 45 102 36 117 106 79 102 79 88 93 86 93 99 7 46 90 C NW 6.8 2.5 1.0 D 3.9 2.0 Note 3 20 2378 1728 476 82 97 108 41 102 32 120 109 70 108 70 82 104 79 100 108 23 46 84 C NE 5.0 1.0 2.0(*) D 2.8 3.0 Note 3 11 230 2221 5403 86 104 113 95 97 50 109 36 127 117 68 115 70 77 99 73 100 115 22 50 90 C NNE 8.1 2.3 1.0 D 0.9 0.5 Note 3 10 964 2536 4924 81 99 117 91 93 39 106 30 120 113 70 113 70 79 90 75 91 111 27 43 96 C NNW 15.9 4.5 3.0 D 3.2 3.1 Note 3 20

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Tanajib 33 2752 4846 77 97 108 84 86 34 104 32 120 111 79 109 79 88 93 86 93 108 22 41 90 C NW 8.1 3.0 6.0 D 4.1 2.3 Note 3 20

Tabuk 2522 2822 3635 72 88 100 72 73 37 99 14 113 106 66 104 64 70 99 68 97 102 25 34 93 C NNW 27.1 11.0 1.0 D 1.9 1.9 Note 3 14

Taif 4766 2129 4033 73 84 95 43 91 32 111 99 63 97 63 72 90 70 88 95 20 41 93 C W 16.2 4.4 6.5(*) D 6.9 6.7 Note 3 89

Turaif 2795 3141 3840 66 84 97 30 99 18 113 104 64 102 63 68 93 66 93 99 27 28 96 C W 18.6 5.3 4.0 D 3.3 3.4 Note 3 12

Udhailiyah 886 2509 4920 81 99 108 90 91 43 106 30 120 115 72 113 72 81 100 77 97 113 27 41 96 C NNW 16.0 4.6 3.0 D 2.7 0.9 Note 3 18

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Data Categories Elevation Above Sea Level, ft Station Coordinates: Latitude North Longitude East Ambient Air & Soil Temperatures, (F): Average Annual Temperature Average Daily Max. Temp. (hottest month) Monthly Normal Max. Temp. (hottest month) Average Daily Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Mo. Normal Max. Soil Temp. (3 ft below grade) Lowest One-Day Mean Temperature Highest One-Day Mean Temperature Lowest Recorded Temperature Highest Recorded Temperature Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 1% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 1% Summer Design Wet Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Mean Coincident Dry Bulb Temp. @ 2.5% Summer Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 5% Mean Daily Range Winter Design Dry Bulb Temp. @ 99% Wind: Basic Wind Speed, 3-sec gust, mph 50 yr Exposure Category (Note 1) Prevailing Direction Earthquake Data: Short Period Acceleration (SS) in %g 1-Sec Period Acceleration (S1) in %g Peak Ground Acceleration in %g (Note 5) Site Class (Note 4) Precipitation, inches: Rainfall, Average Annual Rainfall Maximum in 24 hours Rainfall Intensity Isokeraunic Levels (days lightning/year)
See notes at the end of the document.

Uthmaniyah 758 2513 4918 77 97 117 90 91 43 106 30 120 115 72 113 72 77 99 75 99 109 29 37 96 C NNW 16.0 4.6 3.0 D 2.7 0.9 Note 3 18

Wadi Al-Dawaser 2040 2030 4512 82 99 109 45 104 32 120 113 68 111 68 73 106 72 106 109 22 45 90 C ESE 5.0 1.0 2.0(*) D 1.1 1.1 Note 3 10

Wajeh 79 2612 3629 77 86 91 52 95 34 117 95 77 93 81 86 91 84 90 91 13 54 90 C WNW 27.1 7.0 10.8(*) D 1.0 4.6 Note 3 5

Yanbu 33 2407 3803 82 91 102 88 90 54 106 41 122 111 77 108 77 86 97 86 95 106 22 52 90 C W 20.4 5.8 4.0 D 1.4 1.9 Note 3 7

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Exposure D shall be used within 0.46 km (.2 mi) of the shoreline Offshore station apply SAES-M-005 Rainfall intensity I

I =

K (t + b)
K

Freq. 5 yr 10 yr 25 yr 50 yr 100 yr
4

SI units 2443 2941 3420 3810 4300

Customary units 96.2 115.8 134.6 150.0 169.3

b 27.5 24.9 23.7 21.0 20.0

Site classification shall be based on site-specific geotechnical investigation to be carried out as per requirements of Section 4 of SAES-A-113. Accordingly, the site classes indicated in the Appendices are to be used for preliminary structural analyses only when soil geotechnical data is not available. Minimum value for sites without many years of recorded data Not applicable Data not available on document issue date The PGA values shall be used directly for the potential liquefaction assessment.

* NA 5

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