Geometric and Static Analysis of the Historical Truss in Village Belá Dulice

Gocál, Jozef; Krušinsky, Peter; Capková, Eva; Kekeliak, Miloš
July 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 969, p199
Academic Journal
Following a recently realized area structural-hi storical research on historical truss constructions in the regions of Liptov, Turiec, Orava and Kysuce, a project named "Geometric analysis of historical truss constructions on the area of Slovak Republic" has arisen. The first truss chosen for the analysis is the one of the Roman Catholic Church in Belâ Dulice. This article presents its geometric analysis, as well as the results of the static analysis, focused on static behaviour of the roof superstructure. The attention is paid to the effect of slip in joints on the load redistribution in the structure as well as on the deformation of the main bearing members.


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