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AAWE. 1997b. Workshop on Large-Scale Testing Needs in Wind Engineering sponsored by National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Washington, D.C.: AAWE.


Cermak, J.E. 1995. Development of Wind Tunnels for Physical Modeling of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL). A State of the Art in Wind Engineering. Pp. 1–25 in the 9th International Conference on Wind Engineering. London, U.K.: New Age International Publishers Limited.

Cermak, J.E. 1997. Prospectus for a National Wind Science and Engineering Program (NWSERP). Prepared as basis for discussion at AAWE meeting of December 7–8, 1997, at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

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Devenport, A.G. 1975. Perspectives on the full-scale measurements of wind effects. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 1(1): 33–47.


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References AAWE (American Association for Wind Engineering). 1997a. Wind Engineering: New Opportunities to Reduce Wind-Hazard Losses and Improve the Quality of Life in the USA. Notre Dame, Ind.: AAWE. AAWE. 1997b. Workshop on Large-Scale Testing Needs in Wind Engineering sponsored by National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Washington, D.C.: AAWE. Cermak, J.E. 1995. Development of Wind Tunnels for Physical Modeling of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL). A State of the Art in Wind Engineering. Pp. 1–25 in the 9th International Conference on Wind Engineering. London, U.K.: New Age International Publishers Limited. Cermak, J.E. 1997. Prospectus for a National Wind Science and Engineering Program (NWSERP). Prepared as basis for discussion at AAWE meeting of December 7–8, 1997, at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. Cermak, J.E. 1998. Pp. 335–352, Wind Damage Mitigation: Wind Engineering Challenges, in Wind Effects on Buildings and Structures . Rotterdam: Balkema. Devenport, A.G. 1975. Perspectives on the full-scale measurements of wind effects. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 1(1): 33–47. Eaton, K.J., and J.R. Mayne. 1975. The measurement of wind pressures on two-story houses at Aylesbury. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 1(1): 67–109. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). 1992. Building Performance: Hurricane Andrew in Florida. Washington, D.C.: FEMA. FEMA. 1998. Project Impact Guidebook. Project Impact: Building a Disaster-Resistant Community. Internet: http://www.fema.gov/impact/guidebk.htm Haynes, V.D. 1999. Idaho Site: Engineers to Test How Storms Affect Buildings. Chicago Tribune, January 3, 1999. Hoxey, R.P., and P.J. Richards. 1993. Flow patterns and pressure fields around a full-scale building. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics. 50(1/3): 203–212. IBHS (Institute for Business and Homes Safety). 1998. Brochure: IBHS Showcase Communities. Boston, Mass.: IBHS.

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