Sports Palace in Oviedo - Spain

The Oviedo Sports Palace is covered by a great hay formed by three biarticulated parabolic domes; of them, one large middle one and two side ones with less span. The construction method used in these ondulated-cylindrical domes is that of «wave-arches » made up of «wave-wedge pieces», which consist...

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Main Author: Sánchez del Río Pis, Ildefonso
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Language:spa
Published: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas 1977
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spelling oai:informesdeconstruccion.revistas.csic.es:article-27002020-10-22T14:25:42Z Sports Palace in Oviedo - Spain Palacio de Deportes de Oviedo, España Sánchez del Río Pis, Ildefonso The Oviedo Sports Palace is covered by a great hay formed by three biarticulated parabolic domes; of them, one large middle one and two side ones with less span. The construction method used in these ondulated-cylindrical domes is that of «wave-arches » made up of «wave-wedge pieces», which consist of coupling special large ceramic parts in a previously studied way. The main part is made up of eight wave-arches, 7 m in height, with a 100 m span, and covers the sports hall with its tribunes, the 180 m long track and the 30 x 60 m rectangle for sports games. The side domes which cover the two main tribunes are made up of two wave-arches, with a 90 m spen, hinged at the bases and continuous in the key. Due to its great span, 100 m, which makes it one of the biggest cylindrical roofs of this type built until now, its great indoor luminosity, its impressive slenderness, and its original construction methods are an important basis for being able to make domes with larger spans. El Palacio de Deportes de Oviedo está cubierto por una gran nave formada por tres bóvedas parabólicas biarticuladas; de ellas, una grande, central, y dos laterales de menor luz. El método constructivo utilizado en estas bóvedas cilíndrico-onduladas es el de los «arcos-onda» constituidos por «dovelas-onda», las cuales consisten en el acoplamiento de grandes piezas especiales cerámicas de forma previamente estudiada. La parte central está compuesta por ocho arcos-onda, de 7 m de anchura y 100 m de luz, y cubre la sala de deportes con sus tribunas, la pista de 180 m de desarrollo y el rectángulo de 30 x 60 m para juegos deportivos. Las bóvedas laterales que cubren las dos tribunas principales están formadas por dos arcos-onda, de 90 m de luz, articulados en los arranques y continuos en la clave. Debido a su gran luz, 100 m, que la convierten en la mayor de las cubiertas cilíndricas de este tipo construidas hasta ahora, su gran luminosidad interior, su impresionante esbeltez, y sus originales procedimientos constructivos, constituyen una base importante para poder realizar bóvedas de mayor luz. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas 1977-02-28 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Peer reviewed article Artículo revisado por pares application/pdf https://informesdelaconstruccion.revistas.csic.es/index.php/informesdelaconstruccion/article/view/2700 10.3989/ic.1977.v29.i287.2700 Informes de la Construcción; Vol. 29 No. 287 (1977); 73-85 Informes de la Construcción; Vol. 29 Núm. 287 (1977); 73-85 1988-3234 0020-0883 10.3989/ic.1977.v29.i287 spa https://informesdelaconstruccion.revistas.csic.es/index.php/informesdelaconstruccion/article/view/2700/3012 Derechos de autor 1977 Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
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description The Oviedo Sports Palace is covered by a great hay formed by three biarticulated parabolic domes; of them, one large middle one and two side ones with less span. The construction method used in these ondulated-cylindrical domes is that of «wave-arches » made up of «wave-wedge pieces», which consist of coupling special large ceramic parts in a previously studied way. The main part is made up of eight wave-arches, 7 m in height, with a 100 m span, and covers the sports hall with its tribunes, the 180 m long track and the 30 x 60 m rectangle for sports games. The side domes which cover the two main tribunes are made up of two wave-arches, with a 90 m spen, hinged at the bases and continuous in the key. Due to its great span, 100 m, which makes it one of the biggest cylindrical roofs of this type built until now, its great indoor luminosity, its impressive slenderness, and its original construction methods are an important basis for being able to make domes with larger spans.
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