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UDK: 624.042:69.009.182
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Published: Građevinar 53 (2001) 8
Paper type: Subject review
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Wind load - a meteorological basis for Croatian standards

Alica Bajić, Višnja Vučetić, Zvonko Žibrat, Bernardin Peroš

Abstract

Present possibilities for calculating reference (comparative) wind speeds in the territory of the Republic of Croatia, taking into account available measurement information and the complexity of current patterns, are presented. Expected maximum ten-minute wind velocities are estimated based on the data obtained by continual measurement of wind speed and direction at 21 weather stations. Investigations enabling preparation of a professional and technologically justified meteorological data base for establishment of Croatian standards are proposed...

Keywords
Croatian standards, meteorology, wind load, 10-minute wind velocity, reference speed

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Bajić, A., Vučetić, V., Žibrat, Z., Peroš, B.: Wind load - a meteorological basis for Croatian standards, GRAĐEVINAR, 53 (2001) 8

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Bajić, A., Vučetić, V., Žibrat, Z., Peroš, B. (2001). Wind load - a meteorological basis for Croatian standards, GRAĐEVINAR, 53 (8)
Authors:

Alica Bajić
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Zagreb

Višnja Vučetić
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Zagreb

Zvonko Žibrat
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Zagreb
Peros Bernadin
Bernardin Peroš
University of Split
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy