“Full-scale measurements of wind and wind loading: A renewed importance”
Live Talk by Prof. F. Lombardo (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), on March 11th, 14:30-15:30 CET
Posted on by Vincenzo Picozzi
Windstorms induce significant damage and losses worldwide. Recently, justified focus has been placed on transient winds generated from severe convective storms (e.g., thunderstorms and tornadoes) which cause a significant proportion of those impacts. Transient winds by their nature make full-scale wind speed data difficult to capture. The explosion of novel and large-scale experimental facilities and rapid advancements in computational modeling means the importance of full-scale data to validate and even strengthen these simulations is more important than ever.
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