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Allcons Industry s.r.o.
In the Chinese province of Qinghai, near the city of Haixi, a complex of 23 multi-energy plants is being built, combining different technologies to generate energy from renewable resources. The complex comprises a 618.4 ft high tower of the 50-MW solar power plant whose support structure is expected to be completed in mid-2019.
The solar power plant uses a modern CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) technology, which enables the storage of thermal solar energy, thus ensuring continuous power generation even at night.
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The tree-top trail in the Giant Mountains (Czech: Krkonoše) is the second experience path of eak (Erlebnis Akademie AG) in the Czech Republic.
Over a length of 4922 ft, it twists through the treetops of the mixed mountain forest. It ends at a look-out tower with a height of around 141 ft, and its platform offers a breathtaking view over the Krkonoše National Park.
|Planning, Structural Engineering, Construction||
The look-out tower with a height of over 131 ft is located in Ebrach (Upper Franconia), in the heart of the Steigerwald. The Steigerwald is after the Spessart the second largest deciduous forest area in Bavaria. 300-year-old beeches, amongst the oldest in Germany, soar into the sky with more than 131 feet.
TIMBER DESIGN s.r.o.
Ing. Zbyněk Šrůtek (timber, steel, ETFE membranes)
Česká Skalice, Czech Republic
Prof. Ing. Michal Bar Ilan (foundations)
A wooden lookout tower called Ester, designed by the renowned Czech architect Martin Rajniš, was inaugurated in Jerusalem in mid-November 2017. The tower in the shape of a blooming cactus is located in the gardens of a former hospital, built in 1887, not far from the walls of the Old City, offering visitors a spectacular view over Jerusalem.
Architectural office Josef Stöger
The look-out tower with a height of about 131 ft is the highlight of the tree‑top trail on the Sommerberg hill in Bad Wildbad, Germany. The viewing platform on the top of the tower offers a remarkable view over the densely wooded Central/North Black Forest Nature Park.
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
A unique structure called Sky Walk has been built in Dolní Morava, Czech Republic, under the Králický Sněžník mountain at a height of 3,661.4 ft, and is unprecedented in Central Europe.
Sky Walk is a look‑out trail leading up to 192 ft above the surrounding hilly terrain level, being visible at a distance of several miles. The architectural design was created by the famous Czech architect Zdeněk Fránek. The Czech company TAROS‑NOVA s.r.o., a customer of Dlubal Software, was responsible for structural engineering and construction.
Structural Planning, Fire Resistance Design
Harrer Ingenieure, Germany
Preliminary Structural Analysis
Engineering office Miebach
In September 2015, the nature discovery park Panarbora was opened near Cologne. A highlight of the park is the 40 meter high 12‑sided look‑out tower made of glued‑laminated timber which offers the visitors a breathtaking view over the Bergische Land.
Length: 5.40 m | Width: 5.40 m | Height: ~ 36 m | Weight: ~ 64 t
Number of Nodes: 429 | Finite Elements: 10,262
A highlight of the 2014 State Garden Show in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, is the look-out tower "Himmelsstürmer" which is almost 40 m high. It is made of approximately 176 m³ of cross‑laminated timber and consists of an inner and an outer tower.
LACKNER + RAML Ziviltechniker – GmbH
In June 2013, one of the world's highest timber look-out constructions was opened in Austria, on the Pyramidenkogel, a mountain in Carinthia. The tower including the spire is 100 m high. It has four accessible viewing platforms, one is closed and three are open, offering a breathtaking view over the Alps-Adriatic region and the lakes of Carinthia.
Structural Analysis and Timber Construction of Tower
Office for Structural Analysis
Ing.-Büro Wolf GmbH
In May 2013, the German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel inaugurated the natural heritage center of Rügen in the Prora beach resort.
The highlight of the center with an area of 1,900 hectares on the Baltic Sea island is the "nest tower" which is 40 m high and the third tree tower that has been constructed by the WIEHAG company. The tower was built on a hill lying more than 40 m above sea level, offering visitors a breathtaking panorama over the landscape at a height of about 80 m.
Successful Project with RFEM and RSTAB
“The art project 'Solhjul' was designed with the programs RSTAB and RFEM. The great support by Dlubal Software contributed to the success of the project.”
Reduced Costs Thanks to Dlubal Software
“We could perform a very satisfying structural analysis of our project. We were able to reduce our material costs, we are excited.”