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Wind Load Characteristics of Wind Barriers Induced by High-Speed Trains Based on Field Measurements
This paper focuses on field measurements and analyses of train-generated wind loads on wind barriers (3.0 m height and porosity 0%) with respect to different running speeds of the CRH380A EMU vehicle. Multi-resolution analysis was conducted to identify the pressure distribution in different frequency bands. Results showed that the wind pressure on the wind barrier caused by train-induced wind had two significant impacts with opposite directions, which were the "head wave" and "tail wave". Thedoi:10.3390/app9224865 fatcat:lf4nf3iff5cm3aalnoaho6gtpq