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Nhan đề: Integration of Design and Construction of the Tallest Building in Korea, Tower Palace III, Seoul, Korea
Tác giả: Abdelrazaq, A.K.
Baker, W. F.
Chung, K.R.
Pawlikowski, J.
Wang, Insoo
Yom, K.S.
Từ khoá: Design
Construction
Building
Năm xuất bản: 2004
Tóm tắt: Tower Palace III was conceived as a 93-story residential tower soaring 320 meters into Seoul’s skyline. However, concerns of the local residents and authorities over the building height resulted in a 73-story tower with the same gross floor area. The early integration of aerodynamic shaping and wind engineering considerations played a major role in the architectural massing and design of the tower. The Contractor’s input in selecting the optimum structural system resulted in a cost effective tower that served the clients needs and the tower was completed ahead of schedule. This paper presents a brief overview of the structural system development of the tower and its direct integration with the construction aspects, discusses the construction planning of the key structural components of the tower, and briefly describes the monitoring program incorporated into the tower for the evaluation of time dependent deformation.
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