%0 Journal Article
%A Shahbazi, Yaser
%A Masoudi, Ehsan
%A Vafa-Mehr, Mohsen
%T Parameterization of Geometric Patterns of Islamic-Iranian Space Structure Domes; Case Study: Shabdari Arc
%J Naqshejahan- Basic studies and New Technologies of Architecture and Planning
%V 6
%N 4
%U http://bsnt.modares.ac.ir/article-2-1390-fa.html
%R
%D 2017
%K Islamic-Iranian Geometric motifs, Parametric Architecture, Slow Shabdari Arch, Dome Space Structures,
%X In this paper, parametric modeling of five types of common used motifs in Islamic-Iranian architecture including Hashte-Chahar-Lengeh, Hashte-Panj, Hashte-Bazoubandi, Chahar-Lengeh-AlmasTarash and Table Khofte Rasteh are carried out. These motifs are selected because of low condensate of members and the ability to construct them appropriately as load barring rod elements in the dome space structure of slow Shabdari arch. Hence, motifs are projected on the geometry of slow Shabdari arch to create a dome space structure. The problem of parametric modeling of motifs is done in two cases of changing the number of basic modules and changing module production parameters. In the first case, the projection algorithm of basic modules depends on the dissemination coefficients representing the number of modules’ proliferation in horizontal and vertical direction of dome. In this case, the aim is to create sparse or delicate networks based on the form of fixed basic module. In the second case, the parameters used in the algorithm of basic modules themselves relies on the dissemination coefficients to produce new modules based on the considered motifs. Computer simulations for the second case of the problem of motifs’ parametric modeling show that, through a proper choice of the dissemination coefficients, slow Shabdari arch can be converted to common dome space structures such as lamella and ribbed domes.
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%L A-10-1000-1047
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%G eng
%@ 2322-4991
%[ 2017