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    Title: Spectrum Characteristics of Fluctuating Wind Pressures on Hemispherical Domes
    Authors: 羅元隆
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系
    Keywords: Domed Roof;Cross Spectrum
    Date: 2012-12-13
    Issue Date: 2013-03-11 09:01:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: A large span roof is one of the common designs for modern structures, such as sport stadiums,coal/oil storage, museums, or certain symbolic structures standing for religious or national
    meanings. The most concerned of such design is its curved geometry and its sensitivity to wind
    loads. For the past three decades, many works have been published to investigate the aerodynamic
    characteristics on hemispherical domes. However, only limited description was given on discussing
    spectrum characteristics. Systematic wind tunnel tests were carried out to investigate the spectrum
    characteristics of fluctuating wind pressures on the surface of hemispherical domes due to Reynolds
    number effects in both smooth and turbulent wind flows. Reynolds number in this study varies from
    6.6×104 to 1.9×106 to have a wider range for discussion. Instantaneous fluctuating wind pressures
    were measured and processed FFT for spectrum calculation. Power spectra and cross spectra
    between two pressures along the meridian were selected for examination. It was observed that not
    only the location but also the distance difference between two pressures can significantly affect the
    spectrum distribution. From upstream to downstream, power spectra vary gradually as separation
    occurs and forms a wake region. With the increase of Reynolds number, coherence varies
    significantly in the lower reduced frequency range. Oncoming turbulence intensities somehow
    enhance the wave form distribution over all frequency ranges. However, it is also mentioned that a
    quantitative description may help more in defining how spectrum characteristics affect the wind
    loadings on the surfaces.
    Relation: Proceedings of The 2nd Cross-Strait Symposium on Dynamical Systems and Vibration (SDSV 2012)
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Civil Engineering] Proceeding

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