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investigation of stress distributions in a timber hyperbolic-paraboloid shell
Bernard Joseph Sabaroff
Written in English
|Statement||by Bernard Joseph Sabaroff.|
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|Number of Pages||51|
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The stress distribution over the cutout contour and the wall thickness of the shell is investigated, as well as the geometric nonlinearity, which determines its stress–strain state.
Félix Candela was a Spanish engineer known by his investigation about the hyperbolic paraboloid shell type. He discovered hundreds of exciting and versatile configurations using this structural form demonstrating that its exposed edges can be completely freed of normal and tangential stresses and hence freed from beams.
Hyperbolic paraboloid in construction - Designing Buildings Wiki - Share your construction industry knowledge. A hyperbolic paraboloid (sometimes referred to as ‘h/p’) is a doubly-curved surface that resembles the shape of a saddle, that is, it has a convex form along one axis, and a concave form on along the other.
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