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30(b). ) at 33 ft likely to be exceeded only once in 50 years. ) This data is valid in non-mountainous country for the following types of storm: (a) temperate zone cyclones; (b) tropical cyclones, such as hurricanes or typhoons; (c) thunderstorms; but not tornadoes. The extreme gust graphs (Fig. 28) vary considerably in slope between storm types (a) and (b). The former has a high mean value of annual maximum gust, with a low slope, indicating relatively little variation from year to year. Type (b) has a wide spread of value, resulting in a low mean value and a high slope.

Design Requirements The designer requires the following wind data for a site on which he intends placing a structure: (i) maximum gust speed for the structure's lifetime; (ii) spectral energy of the wind at the structure's natural frequency; 56 Wind Forces in Engineering (iii) annual frequency distribution of wind speeds. ), at a mean height of 60 ft above ground. A 12 months' continuous anemometer record is available, but no other data. Design data is then found as follows: (i) Maximum gust speed The maximum gust speed for the 12 months' record is 107 knots.

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