The Georgia Dome and Beyond: Achieving Lightweight - Longspan Structures

by Matthys P. Levy,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Spatial, Lattice and Tension Structures

Abstract:

In the last two decades, the development of longspan roof structures has undergone a quantum leap. The introduction of steel structures, fabric structures, Bucky Fuller's tensegrity structure, and the Tenstar domes, result to the achievement of lightweight - longspan structures.



Subject Headings: Steel structures | Tensile structures | Structural stability | Stadiums and sport facilities | Roofs | Domes (structure) | Membranes | Fabric structures | Georgia | United States

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