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Roof overhangs are a common feature that can be used to protect the building façade from wind-driven rain (WDR) as field measurements and CFD modelling have shown. However, the quantitative evaluation of the effectiveness of overhangs in protecting the building façade requires further investigation. A six-storey mid-rise building with a flat roof located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has been selected for the experimental study. The study involves the analysis of the spatialdoi:10.1016/j.egypro.2015.11.252 fatcat:qjajkfwszvbmfiuepmqkkurqwi