summaery2021: Projects

Buffeting wind response in bridge engineering

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Project information

submitted by
Malik Muhammad Ahmad

Co-Authors
Daniel Agudelo Gómez, Neha Joshi, Le Ba Tung

Mentors
Prof. Dr. Guido Morgenthal,Msc. Victor Vilceanu

Faculty:
Civil Engineering

Degree programme:
Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering (NHRE) (englischsprachig) (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Type of project presentation
Presentation

Semester
Summer semester 2021


Contributors:
Institute for Modelling and Simulation of structures

Project description

The project consists of an overview of the wind phenomenon which causes turbulent forces in the design of bridges, which is referred to as buffeting response. Furthermore, a case study is shown with computational simulations for this phenomenon and its comparison with the traditional wind tunnel test. For the numerical simulation, a CFD solver called Vxflow was employed and for the Wind tunnel experiment, a scaled model of the bridge was built to examine the response of the model under a man-made turbulence wind field in another laboratory. The results consist of the data obtained from the analyses of the cross sections with and without wind barrier.

Email: daniel.andres.agudelo.gomez[at]uni-weimar.de

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