MODELLING AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF THREE-DIRECTION GRID PRESTRESSED RETICULATED MEGA-STRUCTURE
Keywords:Three-direction grid, Prestress, Giant grid, Geometric model
In this paper, the generation way of three-direction grid prestressed reticulated mega- structure is studied, and the three-direction grid prestressed reticulated mega-structure composite joint specific formation ideas are proposed. The important control parameters of three-direction grid prestressed reticulated mega-structure are determined, and the geometric modelling method of hexagon across the middle joint and octagon across the side joint is proposed. Coordinate formula of hexagonal and octagonal joints are derived to ensure reasonable grid arrangement and uniform stress distribution of the structure. Combined with the geometric parameters of the mega grid, a new method for creating the geometric model of three-direction grid prestressed mega reticulated structure is realized. The quadrangular pyramid space grid structure with the same length, span, rise and grid size and the three-direction grid prestressed grid structure are calculated, and the advantages of three-direction grid prestressed grid structure in dynamic performance are compared and analyzed.
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