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翻譯:江式鴻(簡介並寄信)
編輯:侯嘉玨(簡介並寄信)

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下列連結可開啟有關在靜力學上之交互論證的新窗口。

形抗靜力學

簡介

這些交互論證的目標,是在幫助各位發展能夠充分認識結構行為之基本原則,同時提供可以幫助各位設計有效且一流之結構物的工具與知識。在各位開始之前,則應該已熟悉某些有關圖解靜力學的基本知識,而這些入門學習,可從下述書籍中獲取:Zalewski與Allen所著之《形抗結構靜力學》(Shaping Structures: Statics)(紐約,John Wiley and Sons出版,1998年,ISBN0471169684),以及Iano, Joseph所著之《圖解靜力學》(Graphic Statics)(紐約,John Wiley and Sons出版,1998年,ISBN 047128338X)所附之CD-ROM課程中得到。

論證由來

這些交互論證係由Simon Greenwold所提出與規劃。當他在麻省理工學院建築學系研究所畢業之前,他修習了一門初級的結構課程,並從Zalewski與Allen所著之名為《形抗結構靜力學》(Shaping Structures: Statics)一書中學習到圖解靜力學。他根據之前有關其大學主修數學與高中幾何老師和電腦程式師的繪圖經驗,設計了這些論證的首版,以做為其課堂期末計畫報告中所使用的工具。之後,在麻省理工學院媒體實驗室進行畢業操作時,他又全部重做,而且擴展並強化這些論證,同時與Waclaw Zalewski及Edward Allen密切合作,而提出前述相關的作品。


Java® plug-in software is required to run the Java® files in this section.

The following link opens a new window which contains interactive demonstrations on statics:

Shaping Statics

Introduction

The purpose of these interactive demonstrations is to help you develop a thorough understanding of basic principles of structural behavior, and to provide you with tools and knowledge that will help you to design structures that are efficient and elegant.

Before you begin, you should have some familiarity with the rudiments of graphic statics. These can be learned from: Zalewski, and Allen. Shaping Structures: Statics. New York, John Wiley and Sons. 1998. ISBN 0471169684, and from the companion CD-ROM lessons in: Iano, Joseph. Graphic Statics. New York: John Wiley and Sons. 1998. ISBN 047128338X.

The Origins of These Demonstrations

These interactive demonstrations were conceived and programmed by Simon Greenwold. When Simon was a graduate student in architecture at MIT, he took a beginning structures class in which he learned graphic statics from the textbook by Zalewski and Allen entitled Shaping Structures: Statics. Drawing on his previous experiences as an undergraduate math major, teacher of high school geometry, and computer programmer, he created the first version of these demos as a tool for presenting his final project in the class. Subsequently, while doing graduate work in MIT’s Media Lab, he completely reworked, expanded, and enhanced the demos, working closely with Waclaw Zalewski and Edward Allen, to produce the product linked to above.


 
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