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D ead L o ad s S ta tic L o a d s

EX3:Compression Force

S e tte le m e n t L o a d s L o a d s ty p e s E a rth q u a k e

Lo ad s D y n a m ic L o a d s

W in d lo a d S tru c tu ra l P r in c ip le s L o a d s p a th s S tru c tu ra l

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T e n s io n

F o rc e s 1 .M a g n itu d e 2 .D ire c tio n

C o m p re s s io n

EX2

EX3

EX2:Tension Force B eam

s itu a te b u ild in g la y o u t a n d o r ie n t s p a c e s s ite a n a lys is

r e la tio n s h ip to la n d s c a p e b e g in :p h is y c a l d a ta

C o n s tru c tio n s te a l,B ric k s ,C o n c re te S t ro n g S tre n g th

T im b e r(c o m p a re d }

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S t if f F le x ib le

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EX1:loads path

s trc h e y F lo p p y L in e a r: m o n o d im e n s io n a l

M a te ria ls S h ap e

P la n a r:b id im e n s io n a l V o lu m e tric :trid im e n s io n a l Is o tr o p ic

M a te r ia l B e h a v io u rs a n is o tro p ic P ric e E co no m y

A v a lia b le E ffic ie n c y

S u s ta in a b ility

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Activity: Building a tower with MDF bricks Aim: 1: keep tower stable

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as high as possible

Material: MDF (Medium Density Fabric) Related Knowledge : Compression

Step1: design shapes > shape of foundation: rectangular or circle? ďƒ˜ shape of base: Rectangular

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2:

the bricks can touch efficiently.

circular base make

3. can put a dinosaur into tower through a door

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Week1 ďƒ˜ How to use bricks

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We can match the bricks with different models. After discussion, we choose the way (2) . Compared with way(2), way(1) has some disadvantages. 1. the bricks of way(1)

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because of unstable structure . way1

Step2: Build the base Build a circle images with bricks. Then put the dinosaur toy Into it and turn around so that dinosaur has enough way2

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Step3: transfer the shape into dome Consider the loads and stability of tower, we decided to change to reduce the diameter .In this way, tower can build faster and taller.

step3 Step4: make the entry After reaching the height we managed, we decided to make the entry for dinosaur through taking out some bricks of the tower.

step4

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Bricks Ex:Great wall

Solid

Main action: compression planar structure

surface structure system

Ex:sydney oprea house

Skeleton Mambrane Hybird

EX:Effiel tower Efficient way to transform load to ground

EX:Stadiums(cover large areas) efficiently &cheaply

Ex:(ATFA) water cube carry large expands,economically

Structure connection(basic construction joints):

Fixed joint

Roller joint

Pin

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performance Reauirement Substructure: underlying structure forming foundation superstructure: Vertical extension of building abovefoundation Columns,beams,loadbearing walls The roof, exterior wall,door,windows The water supply system The sewage disposal system Heating, air-conditioning System Electrical System Vertical transportation system Fire-fighting, waste disposal, recycling system

Structural System

Enclosure System

Structural compatibility,integration,safrty...

Aesthetic Qualities

construction system

construction system requirement

Economic Considerations

1.Desired relationship of building to it's sites, 2.preferred qualitoes

Initial cost Life-cycle costs

Mechanical Systems

Environmental Impact

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Conservation of resources Energy efficiency Use of resources

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Activity: Building a tower with Balsa Aim: 1: keep tower stable

2. as high as possible

3. use limited balsa

Material: Balsa, adhesive tape

Step1: design shapes shape of foundation: rectangular or circle? ďƒ˜ shape of base: Rectangular or triangle? the side is same.

2:

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we found triangle is easier . 1: circle base needs less balsa sticks to build when

triangle base make the structure stable .


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Step2: Build the base Build a triangle image with balsa strips. (notice

that the strips have been cut

from a board. The strip should thick enough to stand without deformation)

Step3: connected by adhesive tape

Step4:Strengthen by triangle strips

Final result of tower: Although We finally touch the ceiling successfully, the structure of tower is not firm enough. We should add columns or

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weight

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