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Issue 3.2

Improving Predictions of the Urban Wind Environment Using Data

Analysis of the urban wind environment can play an important role in the design of sustainable urban areas. The wind patterns in the urban canopy can affect citizen comfort, safety, and health, as well as building energy consumption. For example, local accelerations of wind flow around high-rise buildings can create uncomfortable or even dangerous conditions for pedestrians; interference effects between different buildings can generate complex wind loading phenomena that compromise resilience to extreme wind events; the local wind field can influence the capability to use air flow driven by natural wind and buoyancy to ventilate or cool buildings…

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