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Workshop on Wind Engineering 22 Nov 06

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 11:46 am    Post subject: Workshop on Wind Engineering 22 Nov 06 Reply with quote

I think this workshop will be  interesting. Do make it a point to attend if you are in Mumbai.

Alpa

Dear Structural Engineer,

“Wind Engineering in the context of Structural Design of Tall Buildings”

A one-day Workshop on Wednesday , 22nd Nov  2006

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The Institution of Engineers AC Auditorium , Mahalaxmi, Mumbai.

Organized by

Institution of Engineers (I) Maharashtra State centre with joint support from INDIAN SOCIETY OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

Institution of Engineers (I) Maharashtra State Centre
15, Haji Ali Part, K. Khadye Marg,

Mumbai 400034

Tel. (022) 2492 3650  / 2494 2943

Fax : (022) 2494 2942

Email : ieimsc[AT]gma...

About the  workshop :

This workshop will focus on the role of wind tunnels in the cost-effective and accurate design of structural frames of tall buildings. Number of tall building projects carried out at RWDI has been used for the demonstration.

This workshop will start with an overview of wind engineering issues and address about how to simplify the complicated issues with the help of physical / computer modeling and field measurements. Thereafter, the fundamentals of wind engineering will be presented. This will be followed by a thorough review of wind tunnel testing and wind load predictions on tall buildings. Finally, the workshop will point out that in many realistic cases, the generic load provisions derived from analytical methods in building Codes and Standards are often insufficiently precise for an optimal design of tall buildings.

Programme Details:

9:30 to 10:00                        Registration

(1)   10.00 am – 11.30 am -         Wind Engineering at RWDI

by Dr. Anton Davies

Vice President of RWDI

(2)   11.30 am – 1.00 pm   -         Introduction to wind Engineering

by Dr. Suresh Kumar

Director of RWDI (India)

1.00 to 2.00  PM                         Lunch

(3)   2.00 pm – 3.30 pm     -         Wind Design of Tall Buildings using wind Tunnels

by Dr. Suresh Kumar

Director of RWDI (India)

(4) 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm       -         Limitations of Building Codes/Standards

by Dr. Suresh Kumar

Director of RWDI (India)

Who should attend :  Practicing Structural Engineers, Design Engineers, Civil engineers, Students and  those who want to learn more about wind tunnel testing.

Participation fees : Rs 400/- per delegate.

Cheques to be drawn in favor of  “ The Institution of Engineers (I) Maharashtra State Centre”.  payable at Mumbai.

Date :                         Wednesday  22  Nov 2006.

Venue :                       Auditorium– The Institution of Engineers (I) , Mahalaxmi,   Mumbai.

Organising committee :

Hemant Vadalkar

Shantilal Jain

S. G. Dharmadhikari
Mrs. M. M. Nandgaonkar

Contact for registration :

The office of the Institution of Engineers (I) Maharashtra State Centre, Mumbai.

Registration Form

Use photocopy of the form, if necessary.

Please register me for the Workshop
Wind Engineering in the context of Structural Design of Tall Buildings”
to be held on Wednesday, 22  Nov 2006.

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I enclose, herewith, a sum of Rs.       By cash / cheque / DD favoring

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About the speakers :
Anton E. Davies, Ph.D., P.Eng., QEP Vice President

Anton joined RWDI in 1977 after completing his doctoral thesis for the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toronto. During his years with the firm, Dr. Davies has provided leadership to a wide range of projects. As one of the Principals in charge of RWDI's Environmental Team, Anton has directed many of the firm's major environmental projects. He is an expert in the field of air quality and has published numerous articles concerning air pollution study and abatement techniques. He is the past chair of the Canadian Environment Industry Association (CEIA) - Ontario Chapter, a National Director of CEIA and is currently chair of their Environmental Exporters Council. He was also past chair of the Air and Waste Management Association - Ontario Section

K. Suresh Kumar, Ph.D., P.Eng., M.ASCE

received M.Sc.(Eng.) and Ph.D. degrees in wind engineering from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, in 1991, and from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada in 1997 respectively. From 1997 to 1999, he was at the Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands as a post-doctoral associate. Since June 2000, he has been with RWDI Inc., Guelph, Ontario, where he is now an associate and senior specialist in the wind engineering division. Recently he was appointed as the director of RWDI (India) operations. Suresh provides overall technical direction and leadership to the team on projects, helping ensure that a high level of service is provided at all times and that all work conforms to RWDI’s demanding standards for quality.  He has also held an adjunct assistant professor position at the Concordia University, Montreal, Canada since July 2000. He has published/presented a number of wind engineering related articles in major international journals and conferences. He is a licensed professional engineer in the Province of Ontario, Canada and he is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and American Association for Wind Engineering.

About  RWDI :

RWDI is a leading wind engineering and microclimate consulting firm in the world – the result of more than 30 years of growth and development.  From offices in Canada, the US, the UK and India, our consultants meet the world’s most complex wind and weather-related challenges with experience, knowledge and superior service.  We have a trusted reputation for delivering useful results, based on sophisticated and reliable technology.   We have a deep knowledge of our fields of expertise, and are committed to ongoing education and training.

RWDI is a well-run company, focused on continuous improvement, modern approaches, accountability and client care that exceed expectations.  We’re focused on building a culture that appreciates our most valuable asset – our exceptional, personable people.

Our facilities include boundary-layer wind tunnels for scale model simulations, computing facilities for advanced numerical modeling of wind and other atmospheric processes.  At RWDI, physical modeling, computer modeling and field measurement techniques are combined with consulting expertise to solve technical problems worldwide …“Complicated issues made simple.”

RWDI works with architects, engineers and developers to study complex wind-related issues including the provision of wind tunnel analyses for structural and cladding wind loads on high-rise buildings, stadium and airport structures, long-span bridges etc.  Aeroelastic studies are also often performed on the super-tall buildings and long-span bridges.  We have had the opportunity and privilege to work on many of the world's tallest buildings (eg. Patronas Towers in Kolalumpur, Burj Dubai in Dubai, Mega Tower in Hong Kong, Freedom Tower in New York City and many others) and longest bridges (eg. Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Seattle, Skarsund Bridge in Norway etc.). Our experience in India includes aeroelastic studies on the Yamuna River and Brahmaputra Bridges and we are currently studying the Anjikhad Arch Bridge with Gammon India Ltd.  We are also currently involved in few tall building projects in Mumbai. Additional information about our company is also available on our website www.rwdi.com

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