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    题名: Aerodynamic forces no two stationary and oscillating square prisms in tandem and side by side arrangements
    作者: Lu, P.C.;Cheng, C. M.;Cheng, C. W.;Cheng, C. M.;Cheng, C. W.
    贡献者: 淡江大學水資源及環境工程學系
    关键词: groups of high‐rise structures;aerodynamic force;force oscillation
    日期: 2011-03-03
    上传时间: 2011-10-23 02:04:23 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 中國工程師學會
    摘要: In order to gain further understanding of aerodynamic forces and their effects on groups of high‐rise buildings, this study used wind‐tunnel experiments. Two square prisms were arranged both in tandem and side‐by‐side arrangement with different spacings in between. Similar experiments were carried out to study the interactions of aerodynamics between the two prisms when both were stationary, when only one prism oscillated, and finally, when both prisms oscillated.

    The results showed that the aerodynamic responses were either enhanced or suppressed by the spacing ratios, the oscillating frequencies, and the mutual influences of the two square prisms in various arrangements. The aerodynamics also changed due to the occurrences of different flow patterns, such as channel flow, deflected flow, pulsating flow, and so on. Obviously, the aerodynamics of the flow patterns of the two square prisms in tandem and side‐by‐side arrangements proved to be more complex than those of a single square prism.
    關聯: Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, transactions of the Chinese institute of engineers, series A 21(5), pp.535-546
    DOI: 10.1080/02533839.1998.9670415
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