Space Structure with Developable Shear Components

  • Nicolas Leduc Laboratoire NAVIER
  • Cyril Douthe Laboratoire NAVIER
  • Gérald Hivin Université Grenoble-Alpes
  • Bernard Vaudeville T/E/S/S atelier d‘ingénierie
  • Simon Aubry T/E/S/S atelier d‘ingénierie
  • Karine Leempoels Viry
  • Olivier Baverel École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Grenoble
Palabras clave: Form finding, Space structure, Parametric design, Steel, Detailing, Construction aware design

Resumen


The classical double layer space truss is revisited by replacing diagonals with curved thin-walled polyhedral modules. The expected improvements are both technological and mechanical. The complex 8-branch nodes are broken down into a connection of two overlapping continuous members and a line connection between bars and the polyhedron edges. Curvature in the faces and edges of the modules introduces shape resistance whilst stabilizing the members against buckling. The global optimization of the structure is performed by a form-finding process based on the individual parametrization of the modules. Finally, an experimental validation is carried out by fabricating and testing a full-scale prototype (approximately 6 x 6 m).

Publicado
2020-09-02
Cómo citar
Leduc, N., Douthe, C., Hivin, G., Vaudeville, B., Aubry, S., Leempoels, K., & Baverel, O. (2020). Space Structure with Developable Shear Components. Hormigón Y Acero. https://doi.org/10.33586/hya.2019.2978
Sección
Conceptual Design Congress