The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 52 (1974) > Issues > Issue 11 > The Effect of Wind Friction on Hyperbolic Cooling Towers
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The Effect of Wind Friction on Hyperbolic Cooling Towers

The action of winds on the rough surfaces of cooling towers is often not taken into account. However, disregard of this factor when designing cooling towers can result in their unsatisfactory behaviour. Max A.M. Herzog

Author(s): Herzog, Max A M

Keywords: cooling towers;thin shells;winds;friction;effects;design