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Nanoarchitecture lab Groub(2)

The opjective of lab is to Collect informations about Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials and Nanoarchitecture and how to use this new technology in our life ... This is course of graduatcourses about nanoarchitecture

Location: nanoarchitecture in university of alexandria,faculty of engineering ,department of architectural engineering,outumn 2009,supervisor prof.dr.mohamed abdelall ibrahim
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The opjective of lab and this is course of graduatcourses about nanoarchitecture
( supervisor ) - prof.dr.mohamed abdelall ibrahim ...
( main members ):
1- Mahmoud Zakria Al-Temamy
2- Dina Mohamed Abdien
3- marwa el-shiwi
4-mai abdo

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the objective of nanoarchitecture lab

Started by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM Nov 5, 2009. 0 Replies

part one : the meaning of nano ,why nano ?objective ?,nanoscience , nanoscale , nanomateriales,nanotechnologywhat is nanoarchitecture????part tow:nanomateriales and nanomateriales products and…Continue

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Comment by marwa el-shiwi on January 19, 2010 at 11:48am

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Comment by marwa el-shiwi on January 19, 2010 at 11:17am

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on January 18, 2010 at 8:44pm
dina the slide not clear please re add the slide,
thanks

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on January 18, 2010 at 5:54pm


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Comment by arch.yasmeen ahmed rajab on January 13, 2010 at 3:20pm
How r u my friends ?
i want 2 ask if our exam would be on Saturday 16-1-2010 as was decided before or it would be on Saturday 23-1-2010 as it is written on the schedule of exams of the college.
thank u a lot.

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on January 10, 2010 at 9:47pm
thanks Mahmoud for great informations..it`s a very nice idea we can use in the future.. i think that we can use all elements of the environment as a buildings we can live in it in the coming days

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Comment by mahmoud zakria altemamy on January 10, 2010 at 3:51pm


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Comment by mahmoud zakria altemamy on January 10, 2010 at 3:50pm
TREE-LAB (Treehouse)
Introductory Design Studio I - ArboReal Home (Treehouse)

Faculty: Areti Markopoulou, Luis Fraguada
Advisor: Gerard Passola
Guest Tutor: Michel Rojkind
Students: Moises Gamus Duek, Jessica Yuen Chi Lai, Gianluca Santosuosso

TREE-LAB
OBJECTIVE
A tree is no less than a reactive living organism, continuously adapting to its environment. Whilst it acts as a site for a house to be built upon itself, it also reacts -respectively to all external forces.

The TREE-LAB aimed to establish a closer dialogue between the human and a tree. It deals with a reactive and adaptive behavior. The house is a research tool, a living organism spatially and structurally related to the tree, always moving and shifting its shape following environmental conditions and the behavior of the tree. The TREE-LAB is designed to allow for its adjustment in form in responses to the movements of tree, external forces and internal human activities, but more essentially its form is prepared to be transformed with respect to the evolution of the tree in a longer sense of time.
THE BUILDING (refer to sequence diagram)
Sequence of the structural/envelope systems are developed as follows:
1. VOLUME Based on the digital model of the tree that we have generated in the earlier phase of the project, an optimum volume of space between branches was obtained as the basis of our house.
2. FLOOR Floor slabs were placed at every level where tree branches supports are located in the closest proximity;
3. ENVELOPE The envelope structure (mullions) were then connected floor-to-floor at perimeters of floor slabs by ‘roller joints’ – that allows a flexible movement in all directions. Every spherical ‘roller joint’ can further be developed to a device that assist to collect and translate numeric data;
4. OUTER SKIN STRATEGY initially we evaluated the density of the tree house’s exposure to solar radiation through our preliminary solar study. By employing Grasshopper we were then enabled to strategically locate the points for solar devices along the perimeter of structural rings that is determined by our solar exposure study. Vertical connections (ropes) were then drawn from level to level and therefore became our outer skin fabric. (pictures to describe);
5. INNER SKIN fabric that attaches to the envelop structure that follow the movement of building.
The skin is a sensitive envelope that reacts to the tree as well as the environment: its substructure is defined by a parametric system that monitors climate conditions and reacts to them, becoming a mechanized organism able to interact with its environment, bringing closer the dialogue between human and nature.


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Comment by uzma anjum on January 2, 2010 at 7:30am
nanomaterials are to be use for the mankind with new involvment and with a idea never be thought by anyone means using of nanomaterials we can make the thing which has many times more strength and we can help the defence n people......????

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Comment by TINC on December 26, 2009 at 9:37pm
thanks for the interesting informations
 
 
 

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