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 Title & Authors
Net Pressure Coefficients for Wind Resistant Design of Ginseng Facilities
Kim, Byung-Jo; Kim, Hyo-Jung; Ha, Young-Cheol;
 
 Abstract
Wind pressures acting on the ginseng facilities are changed by the installation types of ginseng facilities and the opening conditions of shading nets of side wall. Wind tunnel tests for various model simplified installation types and conditions of opening of side wall were conducted and wind pressure distributions of various ginseng facilities were investigated. However, these results should not be used to estimate wind load for general ginseng facilities, because these results have been reflected various characteristics, such as installation types, the conditions of opening and wind direction. Therefore, for estimating wind load of ginseng facilities in proper, it is necessary to simplify wind pressure coefficient distribution for roof and wall of shading nets. In this study, wind pressure data needed to simplify wind pressure coefficient for roof and wall of shading nets of ginseng facilities should be selected, and the zoning of wind pressure coefficients for roof and wall of ginseng facilities shall be proposed.
 Keywords
Ginseng Facilities;Net Pressure Coefficient;Wind Resistant Design;Typhoon;Wind Tunnel Test;
 Language
Korean
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