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6. Dynamic tests on the Cleddau Bridge at Milford Haven by R. Eyre. TRRL Supplementary Report 200 UC, 1976. Present Steering Group Members Dr. G. Tilley Sci. iv) Supplementary Report: NMI Project No. SI90/1169, December 1976. Davenport, 2nd Int. Conference. Wind Effects on Buildings and Structures Ottawa 1967. Appendix I Parts I and II: NPL Report Mar, R127, June 1975. Tp. 47 W. C. ARROL, and MSc, Department of Transport S. C H A T T E R J E E , PhD, Department of Transport Implications of the Rules on bridge design —past and future INTRODUCTION 1.
W. C. Arrol Department of Transport Dr. A. W y a t t + Mr. C. Scruton + Imperial College Consultant Dr. H. Ritter National Maritime Institute Mr. D. Walshe National Maritime Institute Mr. R. Richardson National Maritime Institute Dr. R. Flint* Flint and Neill Partnership Mr. W. Smith Flint and Neill Partnership + R146, No. SI90/1169, 3. Aerodynamic stability tests on a sectional model of the Cleddau Bridge in smooth and turbulent wind. NMI Project No. 352005 June 1977. 4. Wind Excited Oscillations of a sectional model of a generalised plate girder bridge, Project No.
Galloping and stall flutter behaviour is commonly very sensitive to inclination of the mean incident flow relative to the deck surface. Kloppel (7) has published results on a practical narrow single-box section showing a strong vertical response when the wind was inclined at 3° to the deck plane at a speed only one-half of the value given by the rule, although the rule would be conservative for horizontal incidence. Caution would therefore be advisable where a susceptible section is used over ground sloping transversely to the bridge such that consistent inclination of the wind might occur.