扁平な自由曲面鉄筋コンクリートシェル構造の構造設計およびその施工:–構造設計と施工概要 その2–  [in Japanese] STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SHELL STRUCTURE WITH SHALLOW FREEFORM SURFACE:–Structural design and construction (Part 2) –  [in Japanese]

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The roof of the Teshima Art Museum’s main building in Teshima, Kagawa Prefecture, is a reinforced concrete shell with a freeform curved surface in the shape of a water droplet, having a maximum span of 41.2m, a maximum rise 5.12m and thickness of 250mm. This paper discusses the structural planning, design and construction methods for implementing such shallow, thin RC shells with freeform curved surfaces. Especially, we described in detail about the stability analysis and the construction methods. This building is a very valuable actual example regarding earthquake-resistant design of the shell structure that is undeveloped in our country.

The roof of the Teshima Art Museum’s main building in Teshima, Kagawa Prefecture, is a reinforced concrete shell with a freeform curved surface in the shape of a water droplet, having a maximum span of 41.2m, a maximum rise 5.12m and thickness of 250mm. This paper discusses the structural planning, design and construction methods for implementing such shallow, thin RC shells with freeform curved surfaces. Especially, we described in detail about the stability analysis and the construction methods. This building is a very valuable actual example regarding earthquake-resistant design of the shell structure that is undeveloped in our country.

Journal

  • AIJ Journal of Technology and Design

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 23(55), 869-874, 2017

    Architectural Institute of Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130006177916
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN10531441
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1341-9463
  • NDL Article ID
    028603377
  • NDL Call No.
    Z16-B375
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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