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The Response of Supertall Buildings to Wind

  • Alan G. Davenport

Abstract

Tall buildings have had a strong influence on the development of wind engineering and vice versa. As structures have grown taller the need has increased for more precise descriptions of the wind forces on them and of their responses.

Keywords

Wind Speed Wind Tunnel Wind Effect Wind Loading Tall Building 
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