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id caadria2016_745
authors Suzuki E., Seiichi
year 2016
title Extruded Architectures: Grading weight-to-strength ratio of cement based materials through extrusion techniques
source Living Systems and Micro-Utopias: Towards Continuous Designing, Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2016) / Melbourne 30 March–2 April 2016, pp. 745-754
summary In recent years, a growing research agenda on the subject of additive manufacturing for architectural design has been established on the basis of jetting and extrusion technology. While jetting pro- vides enough flexibility to print multiple digital materials in a single run, extrusion has proven to be the most viable technique for large- scale and on-site manufacturing. Because major contributions of both research lines cannot be combined due to technological differences, special attention has been devoted towards the development of print- ing strategies that could approximate similar material flexibility of jet- ting by means of extrusion techniques. In this context, this paper pre- sents a computational design methodology for architectural components that enables grading weight-strength ratio of cement based materials through extrusion. Built upon the integration of mod- elling, analysis and fabrication, such methodology allows to optimize material distribution and geometric definition on the basis of physical and fabrication constraints. A case study is presented for describing the design processes of a circular column and the fabrication of a sec- tion it.
keywords Additive manufacturing; cement based materials; computational design
series CAADRIA
email s.suzuki@itke.uni-stuttgart.de
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