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|Title:||Wind Engineering Australia: Monash report 2004|
|Author:||Cheung, John C. K.|
Melbourne, William H.
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Regional Harmonization of Wind Loading and Wind Environmental Specifications in Asia-Pacific Economies, 2004: 7p.|
|Conference Name:||APEC-WW : Workshop on Regional Harmonization of Wind Loading and Wind Environmental Specifications in Asia-Pacific Economies (1st : 2004 : Tokyo, Japan)|
|School/Discipline:||School of Mechanical Engineering|
|Abstract:||This paper is to provide information on the current wind engineering research and activities being carried out in Australia at Monash University by MEL consultants in anticipation for Regional Harmonization of Wind Loading and Wind Environmental Specifications in the Asia-Pacific Economies. In the first part of this paper, environmental issues together with a number of research projects and facilities presently progressing at Monash University are described with particular reference to various major areas including structural and cladding wind loads, pedestrian wind effects and air dispersion studies. The latter part reports on the organization of Australasian Wind Engineering Society (AWES) and on its main role and functions serving the broader wind engineering community at present.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering conference papers|
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