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ICWE 2016 : 18th International Conference on Wind Engineering

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The 18th International Conference on Wind Engineering (ICWE 2016) aims to bring together academic scientists and researchers to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Wind Engineering. It also provides a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Wind Engineering.


The event will focus on the following topics:


  • Architectural aerodynamics 
  • Atmospheric dispersion of pollutants 
  • Bioclimatic engineering 
  • Bluff-body aerodynamics 
  • Computational fluid dynamics 
  • Forest fire propagation 
  • Full-scale measurements 
  • Glass and cladding behaviour 
  • Insurance and re-insurance policies 
  • Meteorological forecasts 
  • Meteorology 
  • Micrometeorology 
  • Mitigation of wind-induced vibrations 
  • Natural ventilation 
  • Numerical and physical modeling of atmospheric flow fields 
  • Pedestrian wind environment 
  • Reliability and risk under wind loading 
  • Sand and snow-drift 
  • Static and dynamic wind effects 
  • Turbulence theory 
  • Urban planning 
  • Vehicle aerodynamics 
  • Vulnerability of structures under wind loads 
  • Wind actions and effects on long-span bridges 
  • Wind actions and effects on tall buildings 
  • Wind actions and effects on wind-sensitive structures 
  • Wind climate 
  • Wind codes and standards 
  • Wind effects on transportation 
  • Wind energy production


For further information on the event please visit:

World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET)
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