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Colliers, Jimmy, et al. “Collating Wind Data for Doubly-Curved Shapes of Tensioned Surface Structures (Round Robin Exercise 3).” TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS, vol. 155, Elsevier BV, 2016, pp. 152–62.
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Colliers, J., Mollaert, M., Vierendeels, J., & De Laet, L. (2016). Collating wind data for doubly-curved shapes of tensioned surface structures (Round Robin Exercise 3). In TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS (Vol. 155, pp. 152–162). Newcastle upon Tyne, ENGLAND: Elsevier BV.
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Colliers, Jimmy, Marijke Mollaert, Jan Vierendeels, and Lars De Laet. 2016. “Collating Wind Data for Doubly-Curved Shapes of Tensioned Surface Structures (Round Robin Exercise 3).” In TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS, 155:152–62. Elsevier BV.
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Colliers, Jimmy, Marijke Mollaert, Jan Vierendeels, and Lars De Laet. 2016. “Collating Wind Data for Doubly-Curved Shapes of Tensioned Surface Structures (Round Robin Exercise 3).” In TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS, 155:152–162. Elsevier BV.
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Colliers J, Mollaert M, Vierendeels J, De Laet L. Collating wind data for doubly-curved shapes of tensioned surface structures (Round Robin Exercise 3). In: TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS. Elsevier BV; 2016. p. 152–62.
IEEE
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J. Colliers, M. Mollaert, J. Vierendeels, and L. De Laet, “Collating wind data for doubly-curved shapes of tensioned surface structures (Round Robin Exercise 3),” in TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS, Newcastle upon Tyne, ENGLAND, 2016, vol. 155, pp. 152–162.
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  author       = {{Colliers, Jimmy and Mollaert, Marijke and Vierendeels, Jan and De Laet, Lars}},
  booktitle    = {{TENSINET - COST TU1303 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2016 - NOVEL STRUCTURAL SKINS - IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW STRUCTURAL TEXTILE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS}},
  issn         = {{1877-7058}},
  keywords     = {{Computational Fluid Dynamics,Cp-value,Fluid-Structure Interaction,Membrane Structure,Pressure Coefficient Distribution}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Newcastle upon Tyne, ENGLAND}},
  pages        = {{152--162}},
  publisher    = {{Elsevier BV}},
  title        = {{Collating wind data for doubly-curved shapes of tensioned surface structures (Round Robin Exercise 3)}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2016.08.016}},
  volume       = {{155}},
  year         = {{2016}},
}

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