Eishockeyhalle für die olympischen Winterspiele 2014 in Sotschi
|Published in:||Stahlbau, December 2012, n. 12, v. 81|
Hockey arena for the Olympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi.
Twin-skin roof structures are typical in lightweight metal construction because of the flexibility they offer in the combination different components. This allows unusual demands on the design or strict requirements for fire, acoustic and lightning protection to be met. To combat material-related heat loss or thermal bridging through metal parts, there are well established solutions provided by the use of alternative materials without any loss of quality or performance. Using the example of demanding requirements on the shape and size of the roof for a new sports arena for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, the performance capability of a twin-skin structure with profiled metal deck lining and an outer skin of industrially manufactured of aluminium standing seam profiles is shown.
thermal bridge building physics sound insulation construction physics soundproofing twin-skin roof structure lightning protection profiled metal deck lining standing seam profile
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