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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 2: Symposium on Glasshouse Construction and Automation

PROBLEME DER STATIK IN DER DEWÄCHSHAUSKINSTRUKTION

Author:   J. Grosse-Boes
Abstract:
  1. The most important German regulations with regard to the glasshouse building and their influence on the construction of the glasshouse.
  2. The static system of the glasshouses in steel
  1. The glazing bars of the roof and the wall, their strain, particularly their deflection in conjunction with the deformation of the glass panes.
  2. The different static systems of the purlins

    1. The freely supported beam, the articulated purlin, the continuous purlin; 2. The suspension of the purlins in conjunction with he tensile strained glazing bars; 3. The different strains of he purlin and proof against bending, tensile, compression, buckling, tilting and dinting.

  3. The roof truss of the glasshouse

    1. The shape of the roof truss and the supporting line; 2. The different static systems of the roof trusses of the glasshouse: a. the one and more bay 3-joint roof truss, b. the statically indeterminate systems, c. framed construction and the economical comparison with solid-web construction.

  4. The foundation construction

    1. Foundation in concrete; 2. Foundation in reinforced concrete.

  5. Wind Braces
  6. Gable wall constructions

    1. The self-supporting wind resisting gable wall;
    2. The supported wall.

  7. Construction details

    1. The support of the purlins; 2. The roof truss corner of the 3-joint structure; 3.

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