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For example, in Australia, stations in a huge region in the southern part of the country have been judged to have similar statistical behaviour, at least as far as the all-direction extreme wind speeds are concerned. A single set of design wind speeds has been specified for this region (Standards Australia, 1989, 2002; Holmes, 2002). A similar approach has been adopted in the United States (ASCE, 1998, 2006; Peterka and Shahid, 1998). 6 Incorporation of wind direction effects Increased knowledge of the aerodynamics of buildings and other structures, through wind-tunnel and full-scale studies, has revealed the variation of structural response as a function of wind direction as well as speed.

Thus, in this case no corrections for height and terrain are required. 1). 3). 1. 10)). 9) is formed for both cases. 2. The wind speed is plotted against the reduced variates and straight lines are fitted by linear regression (‘least squares’ method). 3, for the Gumbel and Gringorten methods, respectively. 1). 14). 7). 3 lists these predictions based on the Gumbel and Gringorten fitting methods and by the method of moments. For return periods up to 500 years, the predicted values by the three methods are within 1 m/s of each other.

E. within 2 m/s of the wind speed. In reality, such a long flight time and distance would not occur as the object would strike a building, or the ground, and lose its kinetic energy. A more accurate analysis of the trajectories of compact objects requires the vertical air resistance to be included, and neglect of it results in underestimation of the missile speed and distance travelled in a given time (Holmes, 2004). 3 Trajectories of sheet and rod objects Tachikawa (1983) carried out a fundamental study of the trajectories of missiles of the sheet type.

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