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Guideline for Bridge Design Wind Speed in Coastal Region
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 Title & Authors
Guideline for Bridge Design Wind Speed in Coastal Region
Lee, Sungsu; Kim, Junyeong; Kim, Young-Min;
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 Abstract
Estimation of wind load on bridges is one of the most important aspects in designing bridges in coastal region. Various design codes and researches have suggested the procedure to estimate design wind speed; however, they do not match one another due to many reasons such as incomplete data set, ignorance of wind environment and so on. For this reason, the necessity of guideline for estimation procedure of basic wind speed which reflect the roughness of surface and the topographical effect have been increasing. In this study, we have analysed limitations of the basic wind speed of nationwide suggested by Korea Building code(AIK, 2009) and Highway bridge design code(MOLTMA, 2010). In additional, we set forth guidelines considering the roughness of land surface and the topographical effect. Using the procedure, the basic wind speed were estimated for 15 coastal regions in Korea and compared with those listed in the existing codes.
 Keywords
design wind speed;speed correction;wind-resistant design guideline;topographical factor;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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