Practicalities and Developments of High-Rise Composite Structures: Case Studies

Gharehbaghi, K and Rahmani, F 2018, 'Practicalities and Developments of High-Rise Composite Structures: Case Studies' in Guanghsu Chang and Naoaki Noda (ed.) Materials and Technologies in Engineering, Trans Tech Publications, Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 153-159.


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Title Practicalities and Developments of High-Rise Composite Structures: Case Studies
Author(s) Gharehbaghi, K
Rahmani, F
Year 2018
Title of book Materials and Technologies in Engineering
Publisher Trans Tech Publications
Place of publication Zurich, Switzerland
Editor(s) Guanghsu Chang and Naoaki Noda
Start page 153
End page 159
Subjects Construction Materials
Summary This paper will discuss the utilization of composite materials in construction projects and also provides the number of field studies to support the ever-increasing utilization of composite structures in Building and Construction projects. Composite materials are those manufactured from two or more constituents generally with different physical and/or chemical arrangement. Such process, thus produces a material with characteristics dissimilar from the individual components. Moreover, these individual components remain separate and distinct within the finished material's internal structure. The purpose of this mechanism is to produce materials, which are stronger, lighter, or less expensive when compared to traditional materials. In the construction and engineering projects the composite materials typically include, Concrete, Fiber-reinforced polymer and Geo-polymer among others. Such composite materials are generally employed for buildings, bridges, and other structures such as walls, floors, and platforms. Nevertheless, all of these materials need to be able to handle various demanding environments such as high winds and seismic conditions which are common dilemmas for high-rise structures.
Copyright notice © 2018 Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland
Keyword(s) Composite Structures
Constitute Materials
Modular Structures.
DOI - identifier 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.940.153
ISBN 9783035733525
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