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Transcript of beehive

The Beehive
SOLIDengineering
the
Architecture
team

Steph&Nick
Ilaria&Julian
the
Gravity
team

Stephanie Trakas
Nicholas Matiszak
Ilaria Akers
Julian Luvara
Jimmy Chau
Justin Yee
Inspiration
Sustainability
Concept & Challenges
Calculated Base Shear and Moment
Design Loads
-Column restraints

-Floor Plate limitations

-Column locations between apartment walls, shear walls


Key Parameters
Wind region: A1
Wind direction multiplier (Md): West
Terrain Category: Category 1.5
Design for ULS (V1000)
Base shear: 23.33MN
Overturning Moment: 2594.19 MN.m
Design for SLS (V20)
Base shear: 15.10 MN
Overturning Moment: 1678.37 MN.m

Structural Concepts
& Challenges
Key concepts & Challenges




WIND
Calculated Base Shear

Key Parameters
Importance level = 3
Probability factor (Kp) = 1.3
Hazard Factor (Z) = 0.09 (Perth)
Site sub-soil class = Class Be –Rock
EDC Type II
Design for ULS
Base Shear = 352.9318MN





EARTHQUAKE
Lateral Design Loads: Robustness
- AS/NZ 1170.0 2002 Section 6
-2.5% of weight of floor


ROBUSTNESS
Key Lateral Resisting Element

Core & Shear Walls:


CENTRAL CORE SYSTEM


Key Lateral Resisting Element

Core:
One centrally located coupled core
Dimensions 6.9 x 11.8m
Core consisting of 8 elevators

SHEAR WALLS


Two Schemes
TYPICAL FLOOR FRAMING
Disguising brace members
Direction of the wind tunnel
-One centrally located coupled core
-Dimensions 6.9 x 11.8m
-Core consisting of 8 elevators
CASE STUDY
the
Lateral
team

Jimmy&Justin
13.3kPa
380kg/m3

Partitions & Finishes
Services
Fire Proofing

Restaurant
Hallways
Shopping
Residential

- Dead Load:


- Imposed Dead
load :


- Live Loads:
Floor System
Slab thickness:

250mm
Ratio 27.5


2400mm wide
400-650mm deep
Ratio 20
Band beam thickness:
Internal Vertical Load Bearing Members
Tributary Area: 57m2
N*: 74,000kN
f'c: 50/60 MPa


G-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-60
1200x1200
1100x1100
970x970
850x850
690x690
500x500

Levels Column Size
Steel
Concrete
Critical Issues
Grillage
case study
Theme, Scope
Concept Designs
mirror
- Wind Tunnels
- Solar
- Temperature control
Air Quality Control
- Double Skin
- Elevator Kinetic Capacitor


Exterior and Interior Functionality
Pearl River Tower
Taipei 101
John Hancock
Center
CASE STUDY
Structural Element in Development
-Use Exoskeleton as load bearing element
-Transfer of column loads between wind tunnel floors & floors G-9 using transfer beam
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