Tall Buildings. Structural design of concrete buildings up to 300 m tall.A working group of The Concrete Centre. Foreword. Tall buildings are now a common feature on the skyline of many cities throughout the world with concrete as the predominant building material used in their construction. Concrete provides a strong, durable, economic and versatile material which can be engineered to respond to demands placed on it when used in the foundations, columns, walls and floors of tall buildings. The design and detailing of tall buildings requires detailed knowledge, experience and expertise to properly understand their behaviour. Guidance on the design of tall buildings is. provided in many of the national codes and standards however as the clients, architects and engineers push the boundaries of what is possible our understanding of the structural behaviour is constantly being updated. In 2009 the fib (fédération internationale du béton) working in collaboration with The Concrete Centre established a Task Group with a mandate to gather the experience and know-how pertinent to the development, design and construction of tall concrete buildings. The findings of the task group are presented in this state-of the-art report. The report is based on the experience gained by some of the leading individuals and companies involved in the design and construction of tall buildings throughout the world. The report provides information to engineers who are familiar with the design and construction of low-rise structures and who wish to gain an understanding of the key factors which influence the design of tall concrete buildings. Andy Truby. Convener, fib Task Group 1.6 Tall Buildings. Contents. Introduction. Structural design strategies. Structural framing systems. Structural elements. Foundations. Buildability. Loading. Building dynamics. Wind engineering. Seismic engineering. Time-dependent behaviour. Materials. Structural design. References. Case Studies.
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