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Published: Građevinar 73 (2021) 2
Paper type: Professional paper
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Prefabricated aluminium halls

Davor Skejić, Domagoj Orehovec, Ivan Ćurković

Abstract

Prefabricated aluminium halls are usually temporary structures with multiple uses. Their biggest advantage is low weight resulting in lower transport costs and allowing for quick assembly. Today, there is a growing demand for aluminium halls to become permanent structures, and therefore, in meeting the requirements of EN 199x norm series, it is necessary to optimize the calculation aspect of conventional structural systems with reinforced bolted joints. An overview of the most common structural systems, typical aluminium profiles and joints with steel reinforcements, as well as a common approach for design and assembly, is presented in the paper.

Keywords
aluminium, prefabricated halls, temporary/permanent buildings, steel reinforced joints

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Skejić, D., Orehovec, D., Ćurković, I.: Prefabricated aluminium halls, GRAĐEVINAR, 73 (2021) 2, pp. 141-151, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2627.2019

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Skejić, D., Orehovec, D., Ćurković, I. (2021). Prefabricated aluminium halls, GRAĐEVINAR, 73 (2), 141-151, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2627.2019

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Authors:
Davor Skejic
Davor Skejić
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering
DomagojOrehovec WEB
Domagoj Orehovec
Under Hill Studio j.d.o.o.
Curkovic WEB
Ivan Ćurković
University of Zagreb
Faculty of Civil Engineering