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Building structures II

Code:124BS02
Weekly load:
Assessment:Credit, exam
Branch of study:*vyuka_ - en
Type of study:Bachelor
Term:Winter
Type of course:Compulsory
Main lecturer:Žďára Vladimír doc.Ing. CSc.

Anotation:

Complex design of supporting structures logn-span and multi-storey buildings. The influence of boundary conditions on the choice of material and structural variants. Structure-static design envelop and partition structures. Interaction of primary load-bearing and non load bearing structures. Thermal and other non force effects.

1. Construction of pitched roofs.
2. Indoor objects with dominant bending stress - truss and frame structures.
3. Indoor objects with predominant compressive stress - arc structurea.
4. Indoor objects with predominant tensile stress - hanging, suspended and pneumatic structures.
5. Indoor objects with spatial effects - spatial lattices, folded plates, shells.
6. Indoor objects with spatial objects - cable networks, membrane structures, tensgrids
7. Multi-storey buildings - basic concept of stability and rigidity of structures
8. Multi-storey buildings - the core systems, basic design of structures, materials, technology and joints
9. Multi-storey buildings - the tube systems, basic design of structures, materials, technology and joints
10. Multi-storey buildings - the tube-in-tube systems, superstructures
11. Reconstruction and modernization of the halls
12. Reconstruction and modernization of multi-storey buildings
13. Integrated design of the long span and multi-storey buildings

Goals:

Complex design of supporting structures logn-span and multi-storey buildings. The influence of boundary conditions on the choice of material and structural variants. Structure-static design envelop and partition structures. Interaction of primary load-bearing and non load bearing structures. Thermal and other non force effects.

1. Construction of pitched roofs.
2. Indoor objects with dominant bending stress - truss and frame structures.
3. Indoor objects with predominant compressive stress - arc structurea.
4. Indoor objects with predominant tensile stress - hanging, suspended and pneumatic structures.
5. Indoor objects with spatial effects - spatial lattices, folded plates, shells.
6. Indoor objects with spatial objects - cable networks, membrane structures, tensgrids
7. Multi-storey buildings - basic concept of stability and rigidity of structures
8. Multi-storey buildings - the core systems, basic design of structures, materials, technology and joints
9. Multi-storey buildings - the tube systems, basic design of structures, materials, technology and joints
10. Multi-storey buildings - the tube-in-tube systems, superstructures
11. Reconstruction and modernization of the halls
12. Reconstruction and modernization of multi-storey buildings
13. Integrated design of the long span and multi-storey buildings

Literature:

[1]   Schodek, D.: Structures- Pearson. New Yersay. 2004
[2]   Hanaor, A. : Principles of structures. Blackwell Science. 1998
[3]   Barry, R.: The construction of buildings. Oxford London. 2004

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