Subject: full-scale storm simulator | wind-related disaster | tropical cyclone | social impact | economic loss | human loss | tornado | Built Environment | psychological impact
This paper first discusses the current status of natural hazard-induced disasters, with special focus on devastating wind-related disasters in the Asian region. The importance of the combined effects of wind and water hazards, the importance of performance of cladding a... View more
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