Calculation of lateral flutter derivatives using a discrete vortex method

Ian Taylor, M. Vezza

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Abstract

The responses of wind engineering structures, particularly bridge deck sections, but also buildings, towers, cables and bluff bodies, to unsteady aerodynamic forces is a particular focus of the research. These include investigation of aeroelastic phenomena, such as VIV, galloping and flutter, to assess structural integrity due to the unsteady aerodynamic loading and the calculation of lateral flutter derivatives using a discrete vortex method.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 5th UK Conference on Wind Engineering
Pages83-86
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Flutter (aerodynamics)
Aerodynamics
Vortex flow
Derivatives
Bridge decks
Structural integrity
Towers
Cables

Keywords

  • wind engineering
  • wind power
  • energy
  • environmental technology
  • aerodynamics

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Taylor, I., & Vezza, M. (2002). Calculation of lateral flutter derivatives using a discrete vortex method. In Proceedings of the 5th UK Conference on Wind Engineering (pp. 83-86)
Taylor, Ian ; Vezza, M. / Calculation of lateral flutter derivatives using a discrete vortex method. Proceedings of the 5th UK Conference on Wind Engineering. 2002. pp. 83-86
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