CIEN_E1201_-_08_Origins_of_Reinforced_Concrete

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The Art of Structural Design
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The Origins of Reinforced Concrete: Maillart and the Salginatobel
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Stauffacher Bridge 1899 Three-hinged arch
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The Concrete Hollow Box (less material, yet stiffer and stronger)
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Zuoz Bridge 1901
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Tavanasa Bridge 1905 (3-hinged arch)
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Reinforced Concrete: SCIENTIFIC new composite made of old materials Performance: Safety: Endurance: protection & ductility
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Column-Beam-Slab Construction Maillart’s Flat Slab Idea
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Scientific: Prediction of performance RESEARCHER Social: Control of cost BUILDER Symbolic: Choice of form ARTIST
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Failure of Tavanasa 1927
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The Salginatobel Bridge Efficiency
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Unformatted text preview: - light hollow box of great stiffness Economy -lowest cost of 19 designs for a design-build competition The Salginatobel Bridge Efficiency- light hollow box of great stiffness Economy -lowest cost of 19 designs for a design-build competition The Salginatobel Bridge The 1930 structural form evolved from the 1901 Zuoz imitative form to the 1905 Tavanasa innovative form and finally to the Salginatobel inspired form The Salginatobel Bridge The 1930 structural form evolved from the 1901 Zuoz imitative form to the 1905 Tavanasa innovative form and finally to the Salginatobel inspired form 1991 Celebration...
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