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Development of multi-storey buildings and future trends
University of Ljubljana, Wood Science and Technology.
Luleå University of Technology, Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics, Wood Science and Engineering.ORCID iD: 0000-0002-4526-9391
2017 (English)Conference paper, Published paper (Refereed)
Abstract [en]

Extensive research has shown that material-neutral building regulations are preferable and, for over a decade, function-based regulations have been common in many European countries, and this have contributed to an increase in the construction of multi-storey timber buildings. As one example, in the Scandinavia the development since mid-1990th of multi-storey timber buildings can be described as a success story, but there is also many other countries that have a positive development in timber construction. There is a great market potential for the use of wood in all types of buildings employing a combination of digital design and CNC (computer numerical control) processing. The construction engineers know how to make use of the digital tools; they have geometric imagination capabilities and construction know-how while the architects have ambitious ideas for building extraordinary projects. Digital design and production using CAE (computer-aided engineering), CAD (computer-aided design) and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) have allowed timber construction to forge ahead into new dimensions of design. Innovative connections, modern wood-based materials and cutting-edge CNC milling offer entirely new possibilities and shape wood into almost any conceivable form. This paper gives an overview of the development of multi-storey timber building with a special focus on future trends in combination of digital design as flexible planning and design tools in combination with CNC processing to design and build extraordinary projects. Keywords: A rchitecture; timber construction; digital design; wood processing

Abstract [es]

La investigación ha demostrado que son preferibles las regulaciones de construcción que no tienen en cuenta el material y, por más de una década, regulaciones basadas en la función han sido comunes en muchos países europeos, y esto ha contribuido al incremento de la construcción en madera de edificios de varias plantas. Como ejemplo, en Escandinavia el desarrollo desde mediados de la década de los noventa de edificios de madera puede ser descrito como una historia de éxito, pero hay muchos otros países que han tenido un desarrollo positivo en construcción con madera. Hay un gran potencial comercial para el uso de madera en todo tipo de edificaciones utilizando una combinación de diseño digital y procesado con CNC(control numérico c omputarizado). Los ingenieros de la construcción saben cómo utilizar esas herramientas digitales; tienen la capacidad imaginativa geométrica y las habilidades constructivas mientras que los arquitectos tienen ideas ambiciosas para construir proyectos extraordinarios. El diseño digital y la producción usando CAE (ingeniería asistida por computador), CAD (diseño asistido por computador) y CAM (producción asistida por computador) han permitido que la construcción en madera avance hacia nuevas dimensiones de diseño. Conexiones innovadoras, modernos materiales basados en madera y el fresado CNC vanguardista ofrecen posibilidades totalmente nuevas y dan a la madera casi cualquier forma concebible. Este artículo da una visión general del desarrollo en construcción de edificios de madera centrándose en las tendencias futuras que combinan diseño digital flexible, herramientas de planificación de diseño y procesamiento CNC para diseñar y construir proyectos extraordinarios. Pablas clave: Arquitectura; construcción con madera; diseño digital; procesado de madara

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2017.
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Wood Science Other Materials Engineering
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Wood Science and Engineering
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URN: urn:nbn:se:ltu:diva-64882OAI: oai:DiVA.org:ltu-64882DiVA: diva2:1127472
Conference
CLEM-CIMAD 2017, II Latin American Congress on Timber Structures, II Ibero-American Congress on Construction Timber, Junin, Argentina, May 17-19 2017
Available from: 2017-07-15 Created: 2017-07-15 Last updated: 2017-11-24Bibliographically approved

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