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Spatial Concrete Plate Structures

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Spatial concrete plate structures are a classic example of a fruitful interdisciplinary dialogue between architect and structural engineer. Few other construction types enable such a comparatively complete fusion of architecture and structural engineering. The planning process of two selected properties are illustrated from design to execution, and the areas of interdependence shown. This involves presenting the architectural boundary conditions as well as describing the development of the loadbearing structures. Special reference is made to problems raised by dimensioning the structures and the special requirements of execution.
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Keywords: Concrete structures; the relationship between architects and structural engineers

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2010

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