In this module, you will learn how wind climate influences the design of our infrastructure from an structural engineer's perspective.
Learn more about what this module is about:
- Describe how wind loads are induced on structures.
- Understand the importance to consider wind loads for the design of structures.
- Identify different tools we use to study aerodynamic effects of wind on structures.
- Follow the Alan G. Davenport Wind Loading Chain and describe how wind climate affects wind loads on structures.
- Define different design criteria for tall buildings.
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|Climate Change and Wind Loading | Link||Prof. Oya Mercan||
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