Behaviour of masts subjected to action of wind load
, Journal ofConstructional Steel Research 46(1): 467.
The system recognises the wind loads
and adjusts through its inbuilt intelligence system.
These antennas feature an innovative cylindrical radome that cuts wind load
in half compared to other designs.
The towers are affected by different loads, such as the dead weight of the structure, the useful load (the load of the telecommunications antennas), the ice load, the wind load
and the various combinations of these loads.
Intended as a supplement to the official American Society of Civil Engineers Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures Standard ASCE/SEI 7-10, this colorful illustrated volume highlights important changes to wind load
Royalplam is one of the most wind resistant plant in offshore, whereas, ficus viren has poor ability in carrying high wind load
In cases of no shelter from winds, high wind loads
and an unfavourable wind direction, ships with a high freeboard such as ro-ro and container ships, car carriers and bulk--and oil carriers in ballast will have problems of stable and safe mooring (Paulauskas 2009; Paulauskas et al.
It is also the preferred SLS material for wind tunnel models due to its strength and stability under wind load
and vibration while it has even found applications on a road car even if it is at the exotic end of the scale and found on the Lamborghini Gallardo.
It has extra cross supports for added wind load
All buildings will meet or exceed a 122 mph wind load
, to account for Florida weather.
Although information on this speed is important for wind energy utilization, it is useless for wind load
on structures because only high winds of short durations (peak gust in most cases) are of interest in this case (Liu, 1991).
This opening, wide enough for a Boeing 767 to fly through, reduces wind load
, or pressure, on the building by allowing wind to pass through the facade rather than push against the building.