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measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury
K. J. Eaton
|Statement||K. J. Eaton and J. R. Mayne.|
|Series||Building Research Establishment current paper -- 70/74|
|Contributions||Mayne, J. R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
wind pressure gauges and how the data measured at se-lective points are interpreted to represent the wind load on the roof. Objective The objectives of the current project are to (1) complete a literature review on measurements of wind load effects on field structures; (2) perform wind tunnel tests and evaluate accuracy of data from pressure gaug-. Among different projects on full scale measurement of wind-induced pressures, perhaps the best known is the project of an experimental building at Aylesbury in the U.K. (Eaton and Mayne, ). The project involved measurement of wind and wind-induced pressures on surfaces of a two-stoiy residential building in the field.
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An account is given of the measurement of wind pressures on a two-storey housing estate on the outskirts of Aylesbury, 65 km north-west of London.
The estate immediately adjoins an open country fetch extending uninterruptedly for about 15 km to the by: The two-storey house at Aylesbury, England, built by the Building Research Establishment for the full-scale measurement of wind pressures, has been modelled at scale in a boundary layer wind tunnel so that the reliability of simulation could be verified for low-rise by: References 1 K.J.
Eaton and J.R. Mayne, The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury, J. Ind. Aerodyn., 1 () 22 2 IAWE Aylesbury Collaborative Experiment (ACE), 4th draft.
3 P.J. Vickery, Wind loads on the Aylesbury experimental house: a comparison be- tween full-scale and two different scale models, Faculty Cited by: 9. The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury J.R. MAYNE; An account is given of the measurement of wind pressures on a two-storey.
PRESSURE TRANSDUCER FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF WIND EFFECTS ON FULL-SCALE STRUCTURES G. measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury book Creus-Effects of the reference-pressure system on the dynamic response of pressure transducers in full-scale experiments J.L.
Waldeck-The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury K.J. Eaton and J.R. Mayne. The differences are negligible compared with the uncer- tainties inherent in measurements in wind tunnels, as found in the Aylesbury Experiment, see ref.
and J.R. Mayne, The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury, J. Ind. Aerodyn., 1 () 6 J.D. Holmes, Effect of frequency response on peak pressure. The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury.
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 1: Crossref, Google Scholar. Levitan ML, Mehta KC, Chok CV, Millsaps DL. The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury. Article. Dec ; J.R. MAYNE; An account is given of the measurement of wind pressures on a two-storey.
The measurement of wind pressures on two-storey houses at Aylesbury. Article. An account is given of the measurement of wind pressures on a two-storey housing estate on the outskirts of.
The recorded pressure signals were low-pass filtered at Hz, sampled at Hz, and analyzed for mean, r.m.s., maximum and minimum values for a record length of 1 min.
Aylesbury and Price's Fork models: V.P.I.S.U. Wall and roof pressure measurements on a scale model of the Ayles- bury experimental building (roof pitch and wall.
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