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  • Bearing Capacity of Facade Systems at Different Wind Loads
  • UDC 69.04(075.8)
    Vladimir A. RYBAKOV, e-mail:
    Alexander V. GALYAMICHEV, e-mail:
    Konstantin S. DERIUGIN, e-mail:
    Marina A. PUSHKARSKAYA, e-mail:
    Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, ul. Politekhnicheskaya, 29, St. Petersburg 195251, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Results of the study of the bearing capacity of hinged ventilated facades(HVF) as well as their elements under different wind loads are presented. The calculation is carried out in a certain sequence: determining the geometric characteristics of the selected types of sections, selecting structural and design schemes for HVF, load summary for the design schemes, determining the limiting value of active and passive wind pressure for all types of circuits, determining the coefficients for the use of cross-section brackets and extensions corresponding to the limit value active and passive wind pressure. The geometric characteristics of the cross sections of the guides were calculated taking into account the reduction and the possible local loss of stability of the individual elements of the section experiencing normal compressive stresses. The calculation was made for 5 types of longitudinal structural schemes; the maximum height of the fastening of the facade system depending on the wind load was also determined. It is established that the most efficient calculation scheme for hinged fašade system is a 5-span beam regardless of the mounting position of the joint.
    Key words: facade panels, bracket, guides, light steel thin-walled structures, wind load, climatic regions, bearing capacity.
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  • For citation: Rybakov V. A., Galyamichev A. V., Deriugin K. S., Pushkarskaya M. A. Bearing Capacity of Facade Systems at Different Wind Loads. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2018, no. 10, pp. 35-40. (In Russian).