By C. Kramer and H.J. Gerhardt (Eds.)
Held lower than the auspices of the foreign organization for Wind Engineering, 226 delegates from twenty-three nations took half within the convention. This 3 quantity paintings comprises approximately ninety papers released in complete size, including summaries and discussions on different attention-grabbing and worthy papers awarded on the convention
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27 (5) SPECTRUM OF COHERENCE The the spectrum of coherence is computed with two time series wind speed in different heights at the same location. of An example of a coherence spectrum is shown in figure 11. The shorter the wave length, which corresponds wavelength. the the smaller is the coherence. 5 is called the length cut-off This means that eddies with a wavelength shorter cut-off with to The wave wavelength have a smaller vertical extent distance of the two measuring heights, than whereas than the eddies a wavelength equal to the cut-off wavelength have a vertical extension, heights.
Advances in Wind Engineering by C. Kramer and H.J. Gerhardt (Eds.)