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Western Sydney University Unveils its First Vertical Campus

Western Sydney University Unveils its First Vertical Campus

18 May 2017, Sydney – Western Sydney University has unveiled its US$163.9 million flagship campus in the…

Wobbly Skyscrapers May Trigger Motion-Sickness and Depression, Experts Warn

Wobbly Skyscrapers May Trigger Motion-Sickness and Depression, Experts Warn

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Western Sydney University at CTBUH

CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Workshop Held at 2017 Conference

29 Oct 2017, Event Report – The CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Committee held its third annual meeting and…

Donald McNeill

Donald McNeill

CTBUH Annual Conference, Speaker, 2017
Sydney, Australia

CTBUH Resources Involving Western Sydney University

Wind-Induced Motion of Tall Buildings: Designing for Occupant Comfort

Mar 2015 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings 2015 Number 1
M. D. Burton, BMT Fluid Mechanics; K. C. S. Kwok, University of Western Sydney; and A. Abdelrazaq, Samsung C&T Corporation

An Assessment of Australian Preparedness for Tall Building Usage in a New Risk Regime

Oct 2003 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference
Alan P. Jeary, University of Western Sydney

Papers/Research

Wind-Induced Motion of Tall Buildings: Designing for Occupant Comfort
Mar 2015 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings 2015 Number 1; M. D. Burton, BMT Fluid Mechanics; K. C. S. Kwok, University of Western Sydney; and A. Abdelrazaq, Samsung C&T Corporation
A team of researchers and practitioners were recently assembled to prepare a monograph on “Wind-Induced Motion of Tall Buildings: Designing for Habitability”. This monograph presents a state-of-the-art report of occupant response to wind-induced…
An Assessment of Australian Preparedness for Tall Building Usage in a New Risk Regime
Oct 2003 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Alan P. Jeary, University of Western Sydney
This paper is an assessment of the current state of readiness of Australia to combat terrorist attacks on large occupancy buildings has been assessed in terms of the criteria considered to be key safety issues by the international working group…