Adverse local wind effects on neighbouring buildings

A.J. Bronkhorst, C.P.W. Geurts, B.J.E. Blocken, C.A. Bentum, van

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Pressure measurements in a boundary layer wind tunnel on two tall building models in tandem arrangement are analysed in order to determine local wind loads relevant for façade design. The tests comprise measurements of 4 configurations and 24 wind directions. Mean and root-mean-square pressure contours are presented for two model faces. The results show a channelling effect in a building passage is a flow phenomenon with highly unsteady features. The ratio of separation distance and building influence scale, w/S, appears to be a promising parameter to provide an indication for the influence on the local loads on buildings in tandem arrangement.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelRecent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people
RedacteurenA Flaga, T. Lipecki
Pagina's167-177
StatusGepubliceerd - 2010

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Wind effects
Tall buildings
Pressure measurement
Wind tunnels
Loads (forces)
Boundary layers

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Bronkhorst, A. J., Geurts, C. P. W., Blocken, B. J. E., & Bentum, van, C. A. (2010). Adverse local wind effects on neighbouring buildings. In A. Flaga, & T. Lipecki (editors), Recent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people (blz. 167-177)
Bronkhorst, A.J. ; Geurts, C.P.W. ; Blocken, B.J.E. ; Bentum, van, C.A. / Adverse local wind effects on neighbouring buildings. Recent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people. redacteur / A Flaga ; T. Lipecki. 2010. blz. 167-177
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Bronkhorst, AJ, Geurts, CPW, Blocken, BJE & Bentum, van, CA 2010, Adverse local wind effects on neighbouring buildings. in A Flaga & T Lipecki (redactie), Recent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people. blz. 167-177.

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Recent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people. redactie / A Flaga; T. Lipecki. 2010. blz. 167-177.

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Bronkhorst AJ, Geurts CPW, Blocken BJE, Bentum, van CA. Adverse local wind effects on neighbouring buildings. In Flaga A, Lipecki T, redacteurs, Recent advances in research on environmental effects on buildings and people. 2010. blz. 167-177