Message - Re: pioneering structure-lamella structure-3D Honeycomb

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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 28, 2002 at 10:22:00:

In Reply to:  Re: correction! posted by Jacques Pochoy on September 28, 2002 at 09:10:24:

but Jacques you didn't satisfy my curiousity yet:-)
clearly we're having in the "pioneering" structures this standardized components or a repetitive module which is the (wooden log),and we have varied 3D uniform structures,which evantually leads to irregular distribution of stresses thru the members,so why what was a success to pioneering or the lamella domes is a failure to 3D-H ,is it the nature of the wooden structure itself?
the type of knots used at the critical joints?or maybe what work for wooden logs wouldn't work for steel or concrete?
can we calculate the different forces and reactions that is working in a pioneering tower or a bridge?
or maybe the poor scouts are ignorantly risking their life!
or probably a worst case scenario (like a 200 kg chieftan)for these structures has not been put to the ultimate test yet?

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