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Wind-tunnel studies of pressure distribution on elementary building forms

Ning Ch ien

Wind-tunnel studies of pressure distribution on elementary building forms

by Ning Ch ien

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Published by Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, State University of Iowa in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wind-pressure.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Nien Chien [and others]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination113 p.
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14251838M

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Wind-tunnel studies of pressure distribution on elementary building forms, Ning Chien,Technology & Engineering, pages. Turbulent Flows, S.

Pope,Science, pages. Graduate text on turbulent flow, an important topic in fluid mechanics. Chien, Y. Feng, H. Want, and T. Siao, "Wind Tun- nel Studies of Pressure Distribution on Elementary Building Forms, " University of Iowa Institute of Hydraulics Research (Ames, ).

Chien Wind Tunnel Studies of Pressure Distribution on Elementary Building Forms. In this paper, a wind tunnel study is described focusing on analysing the pressure distribution and correlation around both static and dynamic rectangular cylinders in smooth and turbulent flow.Prentice Hall Computer, information that will lead to the proper understanding of present and future building codes dealing with wind loads, and proper practices of modern structural engineering.

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MATTINGLY* and E.F. PETERS** Center for Environmental Studies, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. (USA) (Received August 5th, ) Summary A series of wind tunnel tests Cited by: Ning Chien, Yin Feng, Hung-Ju Wang, Tien-To Siao: Wind tunnel studies of pressure distribution of elementary building forms, IOWA Inst, of Hydraulic Res., State University of Author: Helmut Sockel.

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A façade can constitute up to 25% of the total building costs with the average cost of a façade in the Finally the load predictions are compared to the results from a number of wind tunnel studies and greater than the damage predicted by a normal distribution of pressure.

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