High-Rise Panel Structures

by Matthys P. Levy, Partner; Paul Weidlinger, Consulting Engr., New York, NY,
Istvan S. Varga, Vice Pres.; Industrialized Building Systems, Inc.,

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1972, Vol. 98, Issue 5, Pg. 975-987

Document Type: Journal Paper

Discussion: Selvaraj S. (See full record)


Design curves are presented for examining the height limitations of residential buildings constructed of prefabricated large panel components. Assuming most frequently encountered values for both gravity and wind loads and using commonly accepted design criteria for allowable stresses and wind drift, the maximum building height is determined for a number of geometric parameters for typical floor plan configurations.

Subject Headings: Panels (structural) | High-rise buildings | Building design | Maximum loads | Wind loads | Gravity loads | Allowable stress design | Curvature | Prefabrication | Residential buildings

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