The Structural Design Day 2021

Wind: Aerodynamics in the spatial and structural design of our built environment

Wind and wind loads are important factors when we plan and build our cities and design our structures. In this year's edition of the Structural Design Day you will hear experts present how they handle wind in high rise buildings, and researchers on wind tunnel tests as well as virtual city models.

Program  

13.15-13.25    Welcome – Framing the webinar: on wind in architecture and structural design    Morten Lund, Chalmers
13.25-13.45    Wind design: a versatile profession – from wind tunnel tests to fiery spirits   
Svend Ole Hansen, SOH Wind Engineering
13.45-14.05    Wind tunnels in research and environmental design   
Valery Chernoray, Chalmers
14.05-14.25    Digital Twin Cities – simulating wind in public space   
Andreas Mark, Fraunhofer
14.25-14.45    Super Tall – designing tall towers for motion perception and comfort   
Dmitri Jajich and Karl Micallef, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, London         
14.45-15.00    Coffee break
Fifteen minute break
15.00-15.20    Karlatornet  –  wind impact on structural design   
Andreas Lindelöf, VBK
15.20-15.40    Karlatornet  –  wind impact during construction   
David Salekärr, Serneke
15.40-16.00    Super Tall – on wind stiffening Mitchel trusses and minimal structures   
Wiliam F. Baker, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago    
16.00-16.30     Moderated conversation between the speakers   
The Structural Design Day 2021 is a digital event where you can choose to listen to parts of, or the full program.

Category Seminar
Location:
Starts: 15 November, 2021, 13:15
Ends: 15 November, 2021, 16:00

Page manager Published: Tue 09 Nov 2021.