By Henning Baurmann, Jan Dilling, Claudia Euler, Julius Niederwohrmeier, Alexander Reichel, Kerstin Schultz
Columns, partitions and flooring make up the skeleton of approximately each construction. This 3rd quantity within the sequence Scale, aid| Materialise, takes an in-depth examine those load-bearing constructions, masking the improvement and attention of applicable buildings from proposal and layout goal all of the technique to constructional implementation.
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By separating the grid systems it is possible to avoid complicated nodes and to create regular fitting-out dimensions for facade divisions. It is common practice for the construction grid to be a multiple of the fitting-out grid. The size of the grid, the distance between the axes, depends on the function of the building. In office buildings for example, the grid axes are determined by the width of a single office. For the geometric relationship between construction and fitting-out grids, three patterns have developed.
The skeleton structure has to remain stable and retain its form when exposed to horizontal forces such as wind loads. A number of systems are commonly applied, often in combination: cross-bracing in the facade 3a, for example building walls or floors in the form of a plate, rigid detailing of nodes 3b or the restraining or fixing of columns 3c, or the provision of a solid core to the building 3d. e. in three planes in total. d In order to achieve a sufficiently rigid skeleton construction without additional components, it is necessary either to restrain the uprights at their base or to construct rigid nodes.
While the latter often benefit from a simple horizontal structure with a wide span and are less constrained by requirements for sound insulation and fire safety, multi-storey buildings need upright supports at closer intervals in order to support the heavy weight of solid floor systems, which are required to provide the necessary separation between floors of office and residential buildings. What both systems have in common are the basic principles of separating the structure into individual elements and of separating the loadbearing structure from the building envelope.
Scale: Support I Materialise by Henning Baurmann, Jan Dilling, Claudia Euler, Julius Niederwohrmeier, Alexander Reichel, Kerstin Schultz