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Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach

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Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach. / Taylor, Stuart; Rennie, Allan; McDonald, Walter.

Virtual and Rapid Manufacturing: Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping. ed. / Paulo Jorge da Silva Bartolo. London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2007. p. 811-816.

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Harvard

Taylor, S, Rennie, A & McDonald, W 2007, Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach. in PJDS Bartolo (ed.), Virtual and Rapid Manufacturing: Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping. Taylor & Francis Group, London, pp. 811-816.

APA

Taylor, S., Rennie, A., & McDonald, W. (2007). Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach. In P. J. D. S. Bartolo (Ed.), Virtual and Rapid Manufacturing: Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping (pp. 811-816). Taylor & Francis Group.

Vancouver

Taylor S, Rennie A, McDonald W. Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach. In Bartolo PJDS, editor, Virtual and Rapid Manufacturing: Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping. London: Taylor & Francis Group. 2007. p. 811-816

Author

Taylor, Stuart ; Rennie, Allan ; McDonald, Walter. / Effect of wind loading on low rise buildings using finite element modelling and computational fluid dynamics: A commercially focused appoach. Virtual and Rapid Manufacturing: Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping. editor / Paulo Jorge da Silva Bartolo. London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2007. pp. 811-816

Bibtex

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abstract = "Damage caused by windstorms and associated adverse weather conditions place a significant burden on the insurance industry on an international level. The development of products to mitigate such damage is therefore becoming a commercial viability, and with the onset of accelerated climate change may become essential. This paper seeks to investigate the effectiveness of a roof netting system as a means of maintaining the structural integrity of tiled pitch roof buildings under strong wind conditions (in excess of 40m/s). Air flow over a pitch roof generates uplift forces over portions of the roofs surface. If uplift forces result in the generation of windward openings within the roof structure, the result can be the loss of large portions of the roof due to the pressure differential between the interior and exterior of the structure.",
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RIS

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