Ramesh J, Aswini Vasudevan, Manishaa.S
Shell, Hyperbolic, doubly surface, edge beam, ridge beam.
Shell structures mobilize geometry to activate both the membrane and the flexural internal force systems to efficiently support any distributed loads applied to those structures. Based primarily on their efficiency, these geometric structural forms are employed in a number of applications. The use of hyperbolic paraboloids as a form of thin shell construction was pioneered in the post-war era, as a hybrid of modern architecture and structural engineering. By being both lightweight and efficient, the form was used as a means of minimizing materials and increasing structural performance while also being capable of achieving impressive and seemingly complex designs. By being braced in two directions they experience no bending and are able to withstand unequal loading, whether dead loads (such as equipment hung from the ceiling), or live loads (such as wind).
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 10

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