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VKI LS 2006-02, Introduction to wind technology, ISBN 2-930389-64-8

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Introduction to wind technology
February 20-24, 2006.
Edited by T. Stathopoulos, J.P.A.J. van Beeck, J-M. Buchlin
Table of content
  • VERKAIK, J.W. - Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, The Netherlands  
    Introduction to atmospheric boundary layers
  • STATHOPOULOS, T. - Concordia University, Canada  
    Fundamentals in building aerodynamics and wind-building interaction  
    Pedestrian wind comfort: wind tunnel approach and CFD
  • BRITTER, R.E. - University of Cambridge, UK  
    Pollutant dispersion in urban environments: background  
    Pollutant Dispersion in urban Environments: field Tests and CFD
  • STATHOPOULOS, T. - Concordia University, Canada  
    Wind codes and standards: fundamentals behind their provisions
  • GEURTS, C.P.W. & VAN BENTUM, C.A. - TNO Built Environment and Geosciences, The Netherlands  
    Specification of wind actions in EN 1991-1-4  
    Wind tunnel research to obtain wind loads on structures  
    The role of full scale experiments in wind engineering
  • LANDBERG, L.; MORTENSEN, N.G.; DELLWIK, E.; BADGER, J.; CORBETTE, J.-F.; MYLLERUP, L.; RATHMANN, O. - Risø National Laboratory, Denmark  
    Long-term (1-20 years) prediction of wind resources (wasp)
  • LANDBERG, L.1; GIEBEL, G.1; MADSEN, H.2; NIELSEN, T.S.2; NIELSEN, H.A.2 - 1Risø National Laboratory & 2Danish Technical University, Denmark  
    Short-term (30 min-72 hrs) prediction for power output from wind farms
  • SANZ RODRIGO, J. & VAN BEECK, J.P.A.J. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium Aerodynamic design of the future Belgian Antarctic research station

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