2010: V08- Dr. Jankowski + Hazim Yilmaz

Vortrag  Dr.-Ing. Dirk Jankowski, M.Sc. Hazim Yilmaz (AJG Ingenieure GmbH, München)"Staged Construction, Creep and Shrinkage Effects in Tall Buildings"Summary:
There have been considerable developments in computer-aided analysis and design of engineering structures which allowed engineers to solve complex problems with the help of computer software. In conventional structural analysis practice, the structure is assumed to be constructed in one step (which will be referred as “all-in-one analysis” in this study), therefore construction stages and time dependent effects are neglected. In high rise reinforced concrete buildings, analysis results obtained utilizing staged construction, creep and shrinkage effects may be significantly different than all-inone analysis results. In this study, a 25 story high rise building has been analyzed using the advantages of Construction Stages Manager (CSM) module of SOFISTIK software, which gives users the opportunity to simulate construction stages as well as the long term effects. Three different types of analyses as conventional all-in-one analysis, staged construction analyses with and without creep and shrinkage effects were conducted and results were compared. It was concluded that staged construction, creep and shrinkage influence should be carefully evaluated and included in the structural analysis and design of tall buildings.Sie finden diesen Vortrag auf unserem ftp-server im geschützten Downloadbereich (Login/Password erforderlich)

Type SOFiSTiK Seminar Lectures
Productgroup Structural / Dynamics / FEA
Applications Building Design
Date 30.04.2010
Keywords Seminar-2010, Seminarvortrag,Bauphasen, Kriechen, Schwinden, Creep, shrinkage, staged construction