The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 22 (1944) > Issues > Issue 1 > Wind Loads on Buildings (Concluded from December 1943 Issue)
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Wind Loads on Buildings (Concluded from December 1943 Issue)

(21) Gales During the passage of the intense depressibns and their secondaries over the British Isles, gales are of frequent occurrence, and as it is during these gales that the highest winds are experienced it will be well to define the term "gale" at this stage. H. Ferrington