The problem with the skyscraper wind effect.

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, was tested for effects on ground winds.
This graphic is not an exact representation of the point at which wind hits buildings, but an illustration of the overall downdraught effect.
A man died after winds next to Bridgewater place in Leeds toppled a truck.
Downdraught from New York’s Flatiron building caused an ankle-revealing sensation.

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