David HamlynSenior Project Manager, Associate, RWDI
David is an internationally recognised specialist on the effects of climate on performance of buildings and structures. Clients around the world seek out his insights on complex challenges, including problems related to wind, dispersion, ventilation, stack effect and glare. David has contributed to the success of major projects in the United Kingdom, Asia, the Middle East and North America, consulting with clients and design teams composed of engineers, scientists and meteorology experts. A sought-after public speaker, he is frequently invited to share his insights on climate and design with fellow engineers and other professionals.
My Speaker Sessions
Wednesday 13 March 2024
Aerodynamic and Climate Engineering to Address Climate Resiliency in Long-Span Bridges
- Long-span bridges must be designed for climate resiliency.
- Bridge monitoring, wind tunnel aerodynamic studies and numerical analysis can help evaluate the current state of the bridge, as well as components such as the cables, deck and hangers.
- By combining this understanding with site-specific wind and climate models, digital models can be created to predict responses to future windstorms and to inform design and rehabilitation decisions.
- Case studies will be used to demonstrate examples where early-stage consulting has benefitted both existing and new bridges.