This paper is based on some students’ projects developed within the 2012 Course of Mathematical Models in Architecture and Numerical Analysis, at Architecture of Building School, Politecnico di Milano. It deals with several models of a beam belonging to a residential tall building floor. Assuming that every existing structure can be analyzed by a more or less extended models (completeness) with different accuracy (concreteness), the model provided points out roughly solutions. Progressively improving the easiest model, the relevance of modelling hypotheses used within structural design is proved. Structural analysis was performed by an useful and educational software tool: ADINA900.

Numerical models of a beam belonging to a tall building: errors and approximations within ordinary design

SGAMBI, LUCA;BASSO, NOEMI;PAVANI, RAFFAELLA;
2013

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This paper is based on some students’ projects developed within the 2012 Course of Mathematical Models in Architecture and Numerical Analysis, at Architecture of Building School, Politecnico di Milano. It deals with several models of a beam belonging to a residential tall building floor. Assuming that every existing structure can be analyzed by a more or less extended models (completeness) with different accuracy (concreteness), the model provided points out roughly solutions. Progressively improving the easiest model, the relevance of modelling hypotheses used within structural design is proved. Structural analysis was performed by an useful and educational software tool: ADINA900.
Structures and Architecture: Concepts, Applications and Challenges
9780415661959
Structures; Architecture; Design Education
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