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Framework to Guide Rail type Adhesive Lifting Scaffolding in the Design and Application of High-rise Residential Buildings

Man Mao, Rui Li, Ke Zeng

Abstract


As to combine with specific engineering practice, this paper presents a framework to guide rail type adhesive lifting scaffolding in high-rise residential building design and constructions well as changed the traditional characteristics of steel pipe scaffold by using new standard truss and scaffold board design All the connecting parts are connected by bolt, using electric wrench to install, and implementing the overall tools, systematic design and installation. Engineering practice proved that the frame rail type adhesive lifting scaffold can not only speed up the construction progress, control costs and improve economic efficiency, but also be popularized in similar engineering.


Keywords


Frame rail type; Adhesive lifting scaffolding; Construction technology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/wc.v4i4.11

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