|Statement||prepared by Committee on Wind Effects of the Committee on Dynamic Effects of the Structural Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers.|
|Contributions||American Society of Civil Engineers. Wind Effects Committee.|
|LC Classifications||TA654.5 .W565 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||87026642|
Wind Loading of Structures, Third Edition fills an important gap as an information source for practicing and academic engineers alike, explaining the principles of wind loads on structures, including the relevant aspects of meteorology, bluff-body aerodynamics, probability and statistics, and structural by: Bridging the gap between wind and structural engineering, Wind Loading of Structures demonstrates the application of wind engineering principles to ensure maximum safety in a variety of structures. This book will assist the practising engineer in understanding the principles of wind engineering, and provide guidance on the successful design of structures for wind loading by gales, . Across-Wind Response of Structures Vibration of Stacks, Chimneys and Towers Wind-Induced Fatigue Introduction Wind-Induced Fatigue Case Study Mitigation of Wind-Induced Fatigue References 6 Wind Tunnel Tests Introduction Circumstances for Conducting Wind Tunnel Tests Cost of Structures Likelihood of Wind Problems Complex Structures. Wind‐Induced Response of Structurally Asymmetric High‐Rise Buildings Coupled Dynamic Analysis and Equivalent Static Wind Loads on Buildings with Three-Dimensional Modes Dynamic structural analysis, Wind forces, Building design, Structural response, Three-dimensional analysis, Stochastic processes Journal of Structural Engineering.
DESIGN CRITERIA AND LOADS Practical Solution to Reduce the Wind-Induced Response of Tall Buildings R. J. McNamara, S.E. ABSTRACT Adding damping with various energy dissipating devices has become an accepted method to reduce wind-induced vibrations in tall buildings. An example of a story ofﬁce tower is presented where large projected accelera-. The IAS lectures dealt with wind climates, wind-induced disasters, structural aerodynamics, wind loads, and various wind environmental problems. The lectures provided necessary basic knowledge as well as the latest, state-of-the-art informa-tion. The IAS also provided a platform for exchanging and sharing information. Wind Loading and Wind Induced Structural Response, State-of-the-Art Report, Committee on Wind Effects, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, About this book Provides structural engineers with the knowledge and practical tools needed to perform structural designs for wind that incorporate major technological, conceptual, analytical and computational advances achieved in the last two decades.
Abstract. Prepared by the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Prestandard for Performance-Based Wind Design presents recommended alternatives to the prescriptive procedures for wind design of buildings contained in the nationally adopted standard Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE 7) and in . Wind Loading of Structures, Third Edition fills an important gap as an information source for practicing and academic engineers alike, explaining the principles of wind loads on structures, including the relevant aspects of meteorology, bluff-body aerodynamics, probability and statistics, and structural dynamics. Wind loading and wind-induced structural response. New York, N.Y.: American Society of Civil Engineers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Wind loading and wind-induced structural response. New York, N.Y.: American Society of Civil Engineers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Society of. The turbulent wind induced dynamic response may be computed based on the load specifications of the codes or on some papers 4, 5, 6and others. The simple evaluation of the along-wind dynamic response of slender line-like or high structures may be obtained applying the statistically independent exciting wind loads (SIEWL) approach 7, 8.