CIEN_E1201_-_12_Tedesko_and_Nervi

CIEN_E1201_-_12_Tedesko_and_Nervi - The Art of Structural...

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The Art of Structural Design
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Roof Vaults and National Styles: Tedesko and Nervi
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San Diego Hangar German School (Anton Tedesco) Roof Vaults and National Styles
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Xochimilco Restaurant, Mexico City Spanish School (Felix Candela) Roof Vaults and National Styles
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Little Sports Palace, Rome Italian School (Nervi) Roof Vaults and National Styles
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Hemi-spherical dome: “arches” along the meridians and “hoops” Forces (stresses) develop in two perpendicular directions
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Meridional stresses are always compressive; hoop stresses change sign (compression at the top, tension at the bottom)
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Hemi-spherical dome: wrong form because of tensile stresses at the bottom
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Pantheon, Rome (“concrete”)
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Pantheon, Rome (“concrete”)
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Breslau “Dome” (1913)
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Leipzig Dome (1929) Hoctagonal reinforced concrete dome stiffened with ribs – almost spherical but without lower part
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Reinforced concrete dome by Dischinger (1930): part of a sphere
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Hayden Planetarium by Anton Tedesko (hemi-spherical)
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Hayden Planetarium by Anton Tedesko (hemi-spherical r.c. dome) Expensive construction
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Hershey Arena by Anton Tedesko (cylindrical r.c. shell)
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Hershey Arena by Anton Tedesko (cylindrical r.c. shell)
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Sliding scaffolding
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(ribs prevent buckling)
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course CIEN E1201 taught by Professor Deodatis during the Spring '10 term at Columbia.

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