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Dr. Krisztián Hincz PhD, Associate Professor

BME Faculty of Civil Engineering   |  Department of Structural Mechanics

Role in the project proposal

Specifying the requirements of the planned wind tunnel model experiments in the design phase of the wind tunnel in order to ensure their feasibility. Initiating wind tunnel measurements as a research team leader in the relevant topic after the building of the infrastructure is completed.

Relevant research topics

Numeric analysis of tensioned membrane structures. Study of wind loading on tensioned structures using rigid and flexible models.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Krisztián Hincz, Mauricio Gamboa-Marrufo: Deformed Shape Wind Analysis of Tensile Membrane Structures, JOURNAL OF THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING 142:(3) Paper 04015153. 5p. (2016)

D. Hegyi, I. Sajtos, Gy. Geiszter, K. Hincz: 8-node Quadrilateral Double-Curved Surface Element for Membrane Analysis, COMPUTERS & STRUCTURES 84: PP. 2151-2158. (2006)

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Dr. Mátyás Hunyadi PhD, Assistant Professor

BME Faculty of Civil Engineering   |  Department of Structural Engineering

Role in the project proposal

Specification of the experimental requirements of wind-induced bridge structure vibration investigations, organization of the relevant research topics.

Relevant research topics

Investigation of dynamic wind effects on buildings. Flutter of cable-stayed bridges.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Hunyadi Mátyás, Hegedűs István: The sensitivity of the flutter derivatives and the flutter speed to the eccentricity of the cross section.  PERIODICA POLYTECHNICA-CIVIL ENGINEERING 56:(2) pp. 167-173. (2012) – journal rank: Civil and Structural Engineering  Q3

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Dr. Márton Balczó PhD, Assistant Professor

BME Faculty of Mechanical Engineering  |   Department of Fluid Mechanics

Role in the project proposal

Coordinator of the project proposal. Supervision of the laboratory building’s construction and the design of the wind tunnel, specification of the necessary measurement infrastructure, performing test measurements.

Relevant research topics

Wind tunnel design, wind tunnel measurement techniques, pollutant dispersion, investigation of wind loading, wind tunnel investigation of city ventilation.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Balczó, M., Gromke, C., Ruck B.: Numerical modeling of flow and pollutant dispersion in street canyons with tree planting. Meteorologische Zeitschrift Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 197-206. – journal rank: Atmospheric Science 33/78 (Q2)

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Dr. Gergely Kristóf PhD, Associate Professor

BME Faculty of Mechanical Engineering  |   Department of Fluid Mechanics

Role in the project proposal

Initiating wind tunnel measurements as a research team leader for the validation of atmospheric CFD models after the wind tunnel infrastructure is completed.

Relevant research topics

Dispersion modelling of accidental pollutant releases, simulation of city climate, investigation of the effects of various interventions on city ventilation by means of CFD simulation.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Kristóf, G.: Adaptation of Pressure Based CFD Solvers for Mesoscale Atmospheric Problems. BOUNDARY-LAYER METEOROLOGY  131: pp. 85-103. (2009) – journal rank: Atmospheric Science 14/78 (Q1)

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Dr. Tamás Krámer PhD, Associate Professor

BME Faculty of Civil Engineering   |   Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering

Role in the project proposal

Specifying the requirements of the planned wind tunnel model experiments in the design phase of the wind tunnel in order to ensure their feasibility. Initiating wind tunnel measurements as a research team leader in the relevant topic after the building of the infrastructure is completed.

Relevant research topics

Description of the interaction between the wind and the water surface in a lake environment with complex roughness, terrain and atmosphere stability.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Pattantyús-Ábrahám M, Tél T, Krámer T, Józsa J: Mixing properties of a shallow basin due to wind-induced chaotic flow. ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES  31:(3) pp. 525-534. (2008) – journal rank: Water Science and Technology 11/164 (Q1/D1)

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Dr. Dezső Hegyi PhD, Associate Professor

BME Faculty of Architecture  |   Department of Mechanics, Materials & Structures

Role in the project proposal

Specification of the Digital Image Correlation (DIC) system, carrying out DIC measurements. Determining model requirements for the small-scale wind tunnel modelling of membrane structures.

Relevant research topics

Analysis of membrane structures.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Hegyi Dezső, Sergio Pellegrino: Viscoplastic tearing of polyethylene thin film. MECHANICS OF TIME-DEPENDENT MATERIALS  19: pp. 187-208. (2015)  – journal rank:  Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous)  79/268 (Q2)

Hegyi D, Sajtos I, Geiszter Gy, Hincz K: 8-node Quadrilateral Double-Curved Surface Element for Membrane Analysis. COMPUTERS & STRUCTURES 84: pp. 2151-2158. (2006)

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Dr. István Sajtos PhD, Associate Professor, Head of Department

BME Faculty of Architecture  |   Department of Mechanics, Materials & Structures

Role in the project proposal

Choosing traditional roof shapes considering the requirements and current investment programs of monument protection authorities. Revision of the chosen roof shapes taking into account the wind tunnel experiment results.

Relevant research topics

Experimental and numerical determination of shape coefficients of traditional roof shapes with complex geometry.

Highlighted publication in the topic of the proposal

Hegyi D, Sajtos I, Geiszter Gy, Hincz K: 8-node Quadrilateral Double-Curved Surface Element for Membrane Analysis. COMPUTERS & STRUCTURES  84: pp. 2151-2158. (2006) – journal rank: Civil and Structural Engineering  33/164 (Q1)

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