The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 13 > Cross-Wind Excitation of a Microwave Tower
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Cross-Wind Excitation of a Microwave Tower

A wind tunnel study undertaken to investigate large oscillations observed on a microwave tower is reported. It is found that large oscillations can occur for a narrow band of wind directions, which are produced by vortex shedding from the microwave reflectors. R.V. Milford and A.M. Goliger