|CREDITS||5 credits during the 2nd year of 10799 CIVIL ENGINEERING (LM-23) GENOVA|
|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||ICAR/09|
|TEACHING LOCATION||GENOVA (CIVIL ENGINEERING)|
Students acquire mastery in the calculation of the structures to wind actions and sensitivity to recognize the structures sensitive to aeroelastic instability phenomena.
The course provides the fundamentals and the operative techniques of wind engineering with special regard for wind actions and effects on structures.
Knowledge of the fundamentals of Structural dynamics is required.
The course consists of lectures during which theoretical, experimental, and numerical applications are illustrated, with examples related to real structures. The students develop, in small working groups, an assisted project report related to a real structure.
1. Introduction to wind engineering. 2. Wind: Atmospheric circulation. Mean velocity. Turbulence. Probabilistic analysis and climatology. Mesoscale phenomena. 3. Aerodynamics: Bluff-body aerodynamics. Internal fluxes. Pedestrian comfort. Wind tunnels. CFD. 4. Dynamics: Alongwind response. 3D response of slender structures. 3D response of buildings. Wind-induced response to thunderstorms. 5. Aeroelasticity: Vortex shedding and lock-in. Alongwind wind-structure interaction. Crosswind galloping. Torsional instability. 3D aeroelasticity of slender structures. Flutter. 6. Conclusions and perspectives.
Office hours: Tuesday afternoon from 15 onwards (I semester), from 16 onwards (II semester) Office hours on request (appointment via email)
Office hours: By appointment. Phone: +39 010 353 2509, email: email@example.com
GIUSEPPE PICCARDO (President)
MASSIMILIANO BURLANDO (President Substitute)
MARIA PIA REPETTO (President Substitute)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The examination includes an oral discussion based on two/three theoretical questions related to topics dealt with in the course. During the examination the students also discuss the project report developed in small groups.
All the information is given in the class or circulated through Aulaweb.