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Axial Structure Systems including Trusses using SAP2000, Wolfgang Schueller

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  1. AXIAL STRUCTURE SYSTEMS including TRUSSES using SAP2000 Prof. Wolfgang Schueller

  2. For SAP2000 problem solutions refer to “Wolfgang Schueller: Building Support Structures – examples model files”: https://wiki.csiamerica.com/display/sap2000/Wolfgang+Schueller%3A+Building+Su pport+Structures+- If you do not have the SAP2000 program get it from CSI. Students should request technical support from their professors, who can contact CSI if necessary, to obtain the latest limited capacity (100 nodes) student version demo for SAP2000; CSI does not provide technical support directly to students. The reader may also be interested in the Eval uation version of SAP2000; there is no capacity limitation, but one cannot print or export/import from it and it cannot be read in the commercial version. (http://www.csiamerica.com/support/downloads) See also, (1) The Design of Building Structures (Vol.1, Vol. 2), rev. ed., PDF eBook by Wolfgang Schueller, 2016, published originally by Prentice Hall, 1996, (2) Building Support Structures, Analysis and Design with SAP2000 Software, 2nd ed., eBook by Wolfgang Schueller, 2015. The SAP2000V15 Examples and Problems SDB files are available on the Computers & Structures, Inc. (CSI) website: http://www.csiamerica.com/go/schueller

  3. Structure Systems & Structure Behavior INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS SKELETON STRUCTURES Axial Systems Beams Frames Arches Cable-supported Structures SURFACE STRUCTURES Membranes: beams, walls Plates: slabs Hard shells Soft shells: tensile membranes Hybrid tensile surface systems: tensegrity SPACE FRAMES LATERAL STABILITY OF STRUCTURES • • • • • • • • • •

  4. A X IA L S T R U C T U R E S Y S T E M S TENSILE MEMBERS COMPRESSIVE MEMBERS L I NE E L E M E NT S BEAMS F LE X U R A L S T R U C T U R E S Y S T E M S F LE X U R A L-A X IA L S T R U C T U R E S Y S T E M S BEAM-COLUMN MEMBERS FRAMES T E N S ILE M E M BR A N E S SOFT SHELLS SUR F A CE E L E M E NT S MEMBRANE FORCES P LA T E S SLABS, MEMBRANE BENDING and TWISTING S H E LLS RIGID SHELLS

  5. SKELETON STRUCTURES PLANAR STRUCTURES Axial force systems •TRUSSES • STAYED STRUCTURES Flexural force systems • BEAMS Flexural-axial force systems • FRAMES • ARCHES SPATIAL STRUCTURES • SPACE FRAMES • CABLE STRUCTURES • COMPOSITE STRUCTURES

  6. Examples of AXIAL STRUCTURE SYSTEMS include, for instance, •trusses • compression-tension roof enclosure systems • lateral bracing of frames • suspended glass walls • battered piles • polyhedral domes • space frame structures • cable-supported structures: e.g. beams, roofs • air-supported structures, air members • etc.

  7. AXIAL STRUCTURE SYSTEMS primarily in compression and tension The following structure types are investigated: •Columns • Beam Columns • Cables • Trusses • etc.

  8. Simple compression-tension enclosure systems

  9. The building response to load intensity

  10. Some roof support structures

  11. Examples of horizontal- span roof structure systems

  12. Balance of forces

  13. COLUMNS COLUMNS COMPRESSION/ TENSION COMPRESSION/ TENSION MEMBERS MEMBERS

  14. BEAM – COLUMN Intersections

  15. Paper Mill, Mantua, Italy, 1979, Pier Luigi Nervi Struct. Eng

  16. UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, 1958, Marcel Breuer, Bernard Zehrfuss, Pier Luigi Nervi

  17. FM Constructive system, Elmag plant, Lissone, Milano, 1964, Angelo Mangiarotti Arch

  18. Theatre Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, 2003, Joerg Friedrich Arch

  19. Theater Erfurt (2003), Joerg Friedrich Arch, foyer

  20. Bundeskanzleramt, Berlin, 2001, Axel Schultes Arch

  21. Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, Berlin, 2003, Stephan Braunfels Arch

  22. Paul-Löbe-Haus, Berlin, 2002, Stephan Braunfels Arch

  23. New Beijing Planetarium, 2001, AmphibianArc – Nanchi Wang

  24. School of Architecture, Bond University, Brisbane, Australia, 2014, Peter Cook (CRAB) Arch

  25. Paper Concert Hall, L’ Aquila, Italy, 2011, Shigeru Ban Arch

  26. TU Munich, Munich, Germany

  27. Museum of Art, Bonn, Germany,1993, Axel Schultes Arch

  28. Crematorium Baumschulenweg, Berlin, Germany, 1998, Axel Schultes Arch, GSE Saar Enseleit Struct Eng

  29. Pinakotek der Moderne, Munich, Germany, 2002, Stephan Braunfels Arch

  30. Canadian Embassy, Washington, 1989, Arthur Erickson Arch

  31. Xinghai Square shopping mall, Dalian, China

  32. Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, 2004, Parsons

  33. Atrium, Germanisches Museum, Nuremberg, Germany, 1993, me di um Arch

  34. Interchange Terminal Hoenheim-Nord, Strassbourg, 2002, Zaha Hadid

  35. Undulating viewing platform, Ludian, Yunnan, China, 2014, John Lin +Olivier Ottevaere Architects

  36. Wanli University, Ningbo, China

  37. Centre Céramique, Maastricht, The Netherland, 1999, Jo Coenen Arch

  38. Haans Office, Tilburg, The Netherlands, 1993, Jo Coenen Arch

  39. Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 2009, Renzo Piano Arch

  40. The Luxembourg Philharmonie, Luxemboug, 2007, Portzamparc Arch

  41. The Aluminum Forest ,Utrecht, Netherlands, 2001, M.de Haas Arch

  42. Kanagawa Institute of Technology Workshop , Kanagawa, Japan, 2007, Junya Ishigami + Associate

  43. Leonardo Glass Cube, Bad Driburg 2007, 3deluxe Arch

  44. The Netherlands Architectural Institute, Rotterdam, 1993, Jo Coenen Arch

  45. Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany, 1994, Peter P.Schweger Arch