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Improving Spoke Wheel Roofs with the Geometry of Rasmi-Bandis

  • Zahrā SābetghadamEmail author
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Abstract

Spoke wheel roofs are efficient structures, especially in stadiums. The conventional types of these structures are optimal in circular plans, but plans in sports stadiums are often oval. Spoke wheel roofs with oval plans impose more bending force than those with circular plan, reducing the optimization of spoke wheel roofs. The aim of this paper is to increase optimization of these structures in non-circular plans and also to increase the variety of plan shapes. To do this, rasmi-bandi, structures similar to spoke wheel roofs, are studied. The geometry and structure of rasmi-bandi in non-circular plans are analyzed. This allows us to suggest a pattern to design efficient spoke wheel roofs in non-circular plans such as stadiums.

Keywords

Spoke wheel roof Cable roof Compression ring roof Rasmi-bandi structures Geometry Structural analysis Persian architecture 

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© Kim Williams Books, Turin 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Architecture and ArtUniversity of KashanKashanIran

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