Collaborators   
Step 1 : Select a Ratio of Cross-sectional Shape and Building Height of interest.    Wind directions
 



Step 2 : Please fill out analysis/design inputs below.
Exposure Condition    Note
Urban/Suburban area Open terrain
Averaging time for the response estimation (T)
T = 10-min. T = 1-hour
Inputs of Mean wind velocity at building top for the designs of
   Ultimate limite state (UHult), Serviceability (UHser) and Habitability (UHhab)    Important Note
UHult : m/s UHser : m/s UHhab : m/s
Building Width (B), Depth (D) and Height (H)
B : m D : m H : m
Number of building floors (Nfloors) and Building density (ρB)
Nfloors:  ρB : kg/m3
Mass eccentricity (ex, ey) and Locations where the responses are computed  Coordinate example
   Mass eccentricity  ex : m  ey : m
   Displacement  Δdx : m  Δdy : m
   Interstory drift drx : m dry : m
   Acceleration  Δax : m  Δay : m
Gaussian or Non-Gaussian peak factor
Gaussian peak factor Non-Gaussian peak factor
  Uncoupled First Mode Shape or Uncoupled/Coupled Multiple Mode Shapes
Uncoupled Normalized First Mode: φ=(z/H)κ Uncoupled/Coupled Multiple Mode Shapes

     


Please cite this work as follows:
Kwon, D. K., Spence, S. M. J., and Kareem, A. (2014). "A cyberbased data-enabled design framework for high-rise buildings driven by synchronously measured surface pressures." Advances in Engineering Software, 77, 13-27. [Link].

NatHaz Modeling Laboratory 
University of Notre Dame, USA

Dr. Ahsan Kareem
Robert M. Moran Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
kareem@nd.edu

Dr. Dae Kun Kwon
Research Assistant Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
dkwon@nd.edu

Dr. Seymour M. Spence
Research Assistant Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
sspence@nd.edu

GCOE Program 
Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan

Dr. Yukio Tamura
Professor
Dept. of Architecture
yukio@arch.t-kougei.ac.jp











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