Paper Title:
Wind Design Practice for High-Rise Residential Districts in Liaoning Coastal Cities
  Abstract

Windbreak design for high-rise residential districts in Liaoning coastal cities is a decisive factor and favorable to deduce building energy due to the high mean wind speed in winter. The article discussed the windbreak strategies for local residence districts and to apply them to an actual architectural scheme using CFD simulative technology

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Periodical
Edited by
Xingkuan Wu and Hao Xie
Pages
50-54
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.224.50
Citation
F. Guo, F. Yue, S. J. Hu, W. Deng, "Wind Design Practice for High-Rise Residential Districts in Liaoning Coastal Cities", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 224, pp. 50-54, 2011
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April 2011
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