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CEE 261C: Wind Engineering for Sustainable Cities

An introduction to structural and environmental wind engineering for the design of sustainable buildings and cities, covering the physics and analysis of wind loading, urban flow and dispersion, and natural ventilation. Topics include: the atmospheric boundary layer and design wind speeds; bluff body aerodynamics; calculating design wind loads from building codes, wind tunnel experiments or computational fluid dynamics; analyzing pedestrian wind comfort and pollutant dispersion; and the design and analysis of natural ventilation systems using envelope models, scale modeling, full-scale measurements, and computational fluid dynamics. Measurement and simulation data of the flow on Stanford¿s Engineering Quad and in the Y2E2 building will be used throughout the course to illustrate the different concepts and methods.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
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