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25 Oct
EY Centre
CPP wind engineering services integral to EY Centre success
Category: Blogs, News
The building demands attention. Completed in 2016 and over five hundred feet tall, the EY Centre in Sydney, Australia, stands out for its striking exterior. As described on
10 Jul
Wind loads on roof-mounted solar panels
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If it seems like solar modules are popping up everywhere, you’re right. In 2006, a new solar energy system was installed, on average, every 80 minutes in the US, and by 2013, insta...
22 Jan
ULA partners with CPP Wind Consultants for safe rocket launches
Category: Blogs, Features, News
The idea of wind tunnel testing for space launch vehicles might bring to mind a rocket roaring through the atmosphere as it propels its payload into Earth’s orbit or beyond. The wi...
26 Oct
Cladding is the "skin" of a building. In recent yeas, many tall buildings have used reflective, tinted glass.
How are wind loads on cladding different from other kinds of wind loads?
Category: Blogs
Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE/SEI 7-10), published by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) categori...