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The wind that shakes the buildings: wind engineering from a boundary layer meteorology perspective

Barlow, J. (2013) The wind that shakes the buildings: wind engineering from a boundary layer meteorology perspective. In: Owen, J. S., Sterling, M., Hargreaves, D. M. and Baker, C. J. (eds.) Fifty Years of Wind Engineering: Prestige Lectures from the Sixth European and African Conference on Wind Engineering. Birmingham University Press. ISBN 9780704428348

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[img] Text (A chapter reviewing the relationship between wind engineering and boundary layer meteorology, based on a Prestige Lecture presented at the European and African Conference for Wind Engineering in 2013, celebrating 50 years of wind engineering conferences.)
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Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences > Department of Meteorology
ID Code:38571
Publisher:Birmingham University Press

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