Brief information about Truss System used in TST SOGO

Space Frame System

Space frame System is a lightweight rigid structure formed from interlocking of struts in a geometric pattern. Applying the concept of truss system in 3-Dimensional extend, so that the space frame is highly strengthened by the inherent rigidity of the triangle.

Flexing loads (bending moments) are transmitted as tension and compression loads along the length of each strut.


Loads Transfer

–      Systems w/ Symmetry about Two or Three Axes are Structurally Efficient

–      Column Supported Space Frame Behaves like a Concrete Flat Plate

–      Parallel Wall Supported Space Frame behaves like a Concrete One Way Slab

–      Peripheral Wall Supported Space Frame behaves like a Concrete Two Way Slab


Span to Depth Ratio

Horizontal Double Layer, Edge Supported

–  One Way,                   12:1

–   Two Way,                  15:1

–   Three Way,              20:1

–   Cantilever Spans,    9:1

Horizontal Double Layer, Corner Supported

–                                         15:1


Erection Methods

Scaffold Methods

–      Individual Elements are assembled in Place at Actual Elevations

Block Assembly Methods

–      Components are Pre- assembled on the Ground and Crane or Hoist Erected

Lift-Up Methods

–      Large Sections are Pre – Assembled on the Ground and Erected w/ Heavy Equipment e.g. Hydraulic Jacks


Types of Joint

–      Connector Plates

–      Hollow Balls

–      Solid Balls

–      Extruded Hubs

–      Welded Multi–Planar Gusset Plates

–      Multi- hinge

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