TENSILE MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

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TENSILE MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

A Tensile membrane structure is defined as a structure that is characterized by a tensioning of the membrane system, typically with wire or cable. Tensile membrane structures are thin-shell structures. Tensile membranes carry tension with no compression or bending, support by a lightweight structural system.

 

The tensile membrane can span large distance and take a variety of shapes. In recent days, tensile structures have found great popularity and have been used in many places. these types of structure are commonly found in entrances, walkways, sports facilities, warehousing and storage buildings, Car Parking, hanging ceilings and exhibition venues.

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