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Structures for the Olympic Complex in Montreal 1976 with Emphasis on the Design of the Velodrome and Swimming Centre Shell Structures

After a brief description of the entire multi-purpose Olympic Sports Complex constructed for the Games in Montreal 1976 the paper concentrates on the design and construction of the Velodrome (Sports Palace) and swimming Centre roof structures. P. Xercavins and K. Ostenfeld

Author(s): Xercavins, P;Ostenfeld, K

Keywords: velodrome, montreal, canada;swimming centre, montreal, canada;prestressed concrete;thin shells;roofs;design;finite element methods;construction work