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natural ventilation in residential highrise building
I need some help for my research work in Kanchanjuna apartment,Mumbai,MBF Tower,Penang and Moulmein rise,Singapore.

any body any help will be Great.....
Thanks
Pattnaik ompriya Mohanty
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natural ventilation in residential highrise building
Pattnaik, A good rule of thumb is that the wind is usually faster the higher it is from the ground because both natural and man-made obstacles (mountains, hills, buildings, trees, bushes, etc) tend to distrupt air flows near the ground.
Frank John Snelling
natural ventilation in residential highrise building
If any one has done CFD study Or wind Tunnel testing or TAS simulation ,any information about these buildings you can share with me ,my email id is ompriyamohanty@gmail.com Thanks
Pattnaik ompriya Mohanty
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