構造エンジニアリング
木構造のふるまいを把握し、最適な耐震性能に合わせた補強を行う
Structural Engineering (SE)
– Mapping the behaviour of and reinforcing wooden structures to ensure optimal seismic performance

構造設計の領域では、地震の頻発する日本において、いかに木構造を保全するかを研究の中心としています。

地震下における木構造のふるまいを高精度に計測するソフトウェアを用いて、伝統的な木造建築の耐震性能を評価するのです。対象となるのは文化財や寺社仏閣、さらに町家などのような、地域コミュニティの生活を支え、なおかつ重要な観光資源でもある建物です。

当領域ではこのような評価をふまえ、伝統建築の文化的価値を損なうことなく、調和のとれた効果的な構造補強を提案します。

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

We focus on the preservation of wooden structures from the damage wrought by Japan’s frequent earthquakes.

Our mapping software, which can measure the behavior of wooden structures in earthquakes with a high degree of precision, is used to evaluate the seismic performance of traditional wooden structures.

These include cultural properties, shrines and temples and machiya town houses, which underpin the lifestyles of people living in the local community and are important resources for tourism.

We then suggest methods for the optimal position of reinforcements in harmony with the cultural value of this traditional architecture.

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

Cyclic-Loading Tests of Traditional Mud Walls Constructed by Plasterers in Kyoto

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