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Study On Load Capacity of European Steel-Scaffold Shores
of European Steel-Scaffold Shores
There are two types of European scaffolds. One contains many members which can be assembled vertically and laterally to form a shoring system as Taiwan scaffolds are. The other contains only four major vertical members to form an independent shoring unit. The latter which was studied in this article is more popular than the former in Europe. The contents of this study include establishing a two-dimensional analytical model, building the relationship between the load-carrying capacities and the number of stories based on the numerical results of the 2-D analytical model, setting up the theoretical solutions of the 2-D model, suggesting the engineering-purpose relationship between the load-carrying capacities and the number of stories, and proposing the analysis and design steps for the European scaffolds. Finally, the comparisons of the scaffolds in Taiwan and European were made in this article. For the convenience of comparisons, the study for the European scaffolds in this article adopted the same material and section properties as the Taiwan scaffolds but still used the structure shape of the European scaffolds.
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