can Society of Mechanical Engineers, 745 East 47 Engineering for Extreme Winds: 1993 Street, New York, NY 10071, telephone: 212-705- A 2 1/2-day short course entitled "Engineering for Extreme Winds: 1993" will be presented at Texas Tech University on 3- 5 February 1993 by the Wind Engineering Research Center. The faculty presenting Satellite and Radar Image Sequences of Hurricane the course includes Kishor Mehta, James McDonald, Andrew Joseph Minor, and Richard Peterson. This course, The Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satel- offered annually, should be of interest to architects, lite Studies at the University of Wisconsin Space engineers, building officials, and other personnel who Science and Engineering Center has produced a 12- are involved with the design of buildings to resist min (silent) videotape of animated satellite and radar extreme winds, including tornado and hurricane winds, images of Hurrican Andrew. The footage includes as well as individuals involved with interpretation of black-and-white and color-enhanced infrared satellite wind load standards and codes. The topics to be loops of the overall track, water vapor image se- discussed include wind load concepts, interpretation quences, and high-resolution close-ups during land- of the ASCE 7-88 standard (formerly ANSI A58.1), fall in the Bahamas, Florida, and
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1992
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