Wooden Gallery with Pneumatic Cushion
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Wooden gallery with pneumatic cushion as light opening
Model Used in
- Event 002188 | Eurocode 5 | Timber structures according to DIN EN 1995-1-1
- Event 002189 | Eurocode 5 | Timber structures according to DIN EN 1995-1-1
- Event 002191 | Eurocode 5 | Timber structures according to EN 1995-1-1
- Video 000040 | Pneumatic Membrane Structures with RFEM & RF-FORM-FINDING
- Video 001892 | Trailer: Structural Timber with Dlubal Software
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- Updated 12/21/2020
- Size 80,72 MB
- Number of Nodes 70
- Number of Lines 100
- Number of Members 100
- Number of Surfaces 14
- Number of Solids 1
- Number of Load Cases 8
- Number of Load Combinations 23
- Number of Result Combinations 3
- Total Weight 16.844 t
- Dimensions 111,09 x 111,09 x 66,5 feet
- Program Version 5.24.01.156530
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