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DOI: 10.33622/0869-7019
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  • One-Storey Industrial Buildings with Operated Areas in Roof-Truss Space
  • UDC 624.07
    Emil N. KODYSH, e-mail:
    Nikolai N. TREKIN, e-mail:
    Ivan A. TEREKHOV, e-mail:
    Central Scientific Research and Project Experimental Institute of Industrial Buildings and Constructions, Dmitrovskoe shosse, 46, korp. 2, Moscow 127238, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The most common variants of design solutions of industrial buildings, classical one-and two-storey with an increased grid of columns of the upper floor are given. The proposed space-planning and construction solutions of one-storey industrial buildings with usable areas in the roof-truss space are considered. The peculiarity of this design solution is that the often used bearing structures of the roof of a one-storey building, steel trusses with parallel belts or polygonal, make it possible to locate (between the upper and lower belts of trusses) an additional floor. The floor, located within the increased height of the truss, can be used to accommodate auxiliary production, administrative and household premises, engineering systems and communications, and also allows you to abandon the use of mezzanines. The design of a truss with a rare lattice is determined depending on the type of overlap. It is recommended for trusses with an overlap of ribbed slabs to adopt a standard type of double angles, for trusses with a monolithic overlap of multi-hollow plates - belts of wide I-beams and a grid of rectangular roll-welded profiles. For the modular version of the overlap of ribbed plates, the issues of accounting for the compliance of nodal mates, as well as the inclusion of longitudinal and transverse joints in the overlap work are considered.
    Key words: industrial building, space-planning and constructive solutions, steel trusses, monolithic overlap, precast overlap, ribbed slabs, roof-truss space.
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  • For citation: Kodysh E. N., Trekin N. N., Terekhov I. A. One-Storey Industrial Buildings with Operated Areas in Roof-Truss Space. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2018, no. 6, pp. 28-31. (In Russian).