- The Wind
- Flow Around Bluff Bodies in Tbrbulent Ffow
- Wind Loading
- Wind Environment
- Rain and Snow
- Emissions from Buildings
- Experimental Methods
- Necessary Statistics
This book is written specifically for the practicing Architect and Engineer.
The various interactions of the wind with buildings are considered in their
separate Chapters, each of which has an Introduction in which the interaction
is explained in general terms.
Detailed data are presented in the rest of each chapter explaining
the extent of quantifiable information which can be made
available by the Wind Engineer to the Design Team so that the best
compromise between the requirements of wind and all the other competing
considerations can be made. Typical Tables and Figures from real situations
are presented as illustrations of all measurements and calculations. Theory
has been kept to a minimum, and is only presented when, in the author's
opinion, the analysis is not well known or is central to the argument.