Parallel Sessions II

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Computational Wind Engineering I (Chair Dr. Girma Bitsuamlak)

003 “Modeling Natural Ventilation in Refugee Healthcare Shelters” Hochschild & Gorle
073“Using the Jupyter Notebooks as a tool for CFD simulations” Ding & Kareem
075“Generation of inflow velocity field for CFD analyses using GPUs” Ding & Karee
012“Full-scale experimental investigations on a naturally ventilated building and validation of simulation models” Chen & Gorle
036“Large-eddy simulations of combined wind and buoyancy driven ventilation in a slum house in Dhaka, Bangladesh” Hwang & Gorle
065) “Large-eddy Simulation of Wind Loads on a Roof-mounted Cube: A Means to Interpolate Experimental Data” Melaku, Doddipatla, & Bitsuamlak
063“Addressing Turbulence Model Form Uncertainty” Ciarlatani, Hao, & Gorle
022“Evaluation of a multi-fidelity simulation framework for predicting wind pressure loads on buildings” Vargiemezis & Gorle

Structural response I (Dr. Weichiang Pang)

038) “A probabilistic composite resistance model for the vertical load path in typical residential construction” Rittelmeyer & Roueche
042“Probabilistic Wind Hazard Analysis for Performance-Based Wind Design of Buildings: Hazard Curve, Wind Demand and Loading Protocol” Wang & Wu
018“A component-based interior and contents hurricane vulnerability model for low-rise residential buildings” Silva de Abreu, Pinelli, Gurley, & Yarasuri
033“Performance and Fragility of Elevated Structures During Hurricane Events” Ibrahim, Elawady, & Prevatt
051“Fragility analysis framework for transmission tower systems subjected to straight line winds” Dikshit & Alipour
028“Fatigue Life and Reliability Estimation of a Traffic Signal Structure using Long-Term Monitoring Data” Tsai & Alipour
059“Performance-Based Wind Design of Tall Buildings Considering the Nonlinearity in Building Response” Hareendram, Alipour, Shafei, & Sarkar