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Volume 117, 2017RSP 2017 – XXVI R-S-P Seminar 2017 Theoretical Foundation of Civil Engineering
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Methodology of numerical and experimental research of wind effects on high-rise complex
Moscow State University Of Civil Engineering 129337, 26, Yaroslavskoe shosse, Moscow, Russian Federation
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Nowadays there is a tendency for the requirement toughening when the construction projects are designed. The existing standard and rule control in terms of the identification of the external load on buildings and constructions is directly connected with the reliability and safety control of building constructions, and one of the most important parts of the design is to take into account the wind effect. Air flows have a different impact on buildings due to their height; it is connected with the surface air existence. Consequently, the wind effect on the high-rise should be well-researched. The acting normative documents (SP 20.13330.2011 “Loads and impacts”) formalize the inclusion of a special evaluation study of the wind conditions and aerodynamic property in the list of project documentation for the reliability and safety control of the high-rise building constructions. The identification of the wind conditions and aerodynamic property is available only in accordance with the theoretical and experimental analysis, of which a procedure is described in the present article.
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