Design of the world's first sprayed-net, hyperboloid, lattice ice structure

Author: Cameron Millar

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2 October 2019

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Design of the world's first sprayed-net, hyperboloid, lattice ice structure

The Structural Engineer
Design of the world's first sprayed-net, hyperboloid, lattice ice structure
Date published

2 October 2019

Author

Cameron Millar

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Standard: £9 + VAT

Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

Cameron Millar

In December 2018, a team of student engineers and architects from the University of Cambridge took part in the Harbin Institute of Technology’s second annual International Ice and Snow Innovation Construction Competition. The Cambridge design – the world’s first sprayed-net, hyperboloid, lattice ice structure – won the Best Design and Construction Works Award in the competition.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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