共催: 日本建築学会, 日本風工学会, 電気学会, 日本鋼構造協会, 土木学会, 日本気象学会
When Typhoon Maemi passed over the Miyako Island, maximum instantaneous wind speed 74.1 m/s and minimum atmospheric pressure 912 hPa were observed at Miyakojima Local Meteorological Observatory on September 11, 2003. In connection with this high wind, the serious wind damage occurred on the Miyako Island since the 3rd Miyakojima Typhoon in 1968. We already reported on the meteorological situation and the high wind damage in Miyako Islands in some reports. As a result of investigating about the high wind of Typhoon Maemi using meteorological data, such as weather survey data in weather government offices and a weather radar echo charts, it turns out that the high wind were observed under the strong rain band on the west of the ring inside the double eye of the typhoon in this paper. We also classify the damage situation of buildings and structures and compare wind speed records observed at Miyakojima Local Meteorological Observatory with wind loads in Japan Building Code.