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ESSL research on severe storms in Europe

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Research Activities and Future Perspectives on Long-Span Bridge Aeroelasticity

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Fifty years have passed since the pioneering paper by Scanlan and Tomko (“Airfoil and bridge deck flutter derivatives”, J. Eng. Mech. Div., ASCE, Vol. 97, Pt. 6, pp. 1717-1737, 1971) first proposed the successful modeling of flutter and buffeting for long-span bridges.  The model originates from the concept of Scanlan Derivative (SD), a set of empirically measured functions that physically describe the various features of the fluid-structure interaction of the bridge deck. This presentation examines the personal research experience in the field of bridge aeroelasticity of the author, by adapting and re-casting the SD modeling approach to solve two specific issues and to demonstrate its continued validity.

 

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Davenport Medal and Giovanni Solari Junior Award

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On behalf of IAWE,
we are very pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s IAWE awards given by the Award Committee of the International Association for Wind Engineering.

The Davenport Medal, Senior Award is awarded to Xinzhong Chen, Dr. Eng., President’s Excellence in Research Professor at the National Wind Institute, Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering, Texas Tech University.
Dr. Chen is recognized for his contributions to the field of aerodynamics of bridges and buildings through advanced analysis, modeling, and simulation tools.

The Giovanni Solari Junior Award is awarded to Gang Hu, PhD, Professor at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China.
Dr. Hu is honored for his contributions to broad areas of wind engineering with an emphasis on the innovative application of machine learning.

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