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Advances in Steel Structures (ICASS '02)
The popularity of thin concrete shell roofs has gradually declined over the past few decades, despite their many advantages. The main reason for this decline has been the costly and labour-intensive process of constructing and removing the necessary formwork and falsework. To overcome this difficulty, a new shell roof system, referred to herein as the Comshell system, has recently been proposed. A Comshell roof is constructed from a steel base shell formed by bolting together a large number ofdoi:10.1016/b978-008044017-0/50087-1 fatcat:xe6srxdvsrhzlhda72tgs5llaq