On the Intelligent Optimization Design of Building Structure

Zhang Meimei
July 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 556-562, p759
Academic Journal
With the further development of information science and technology, construction industry also found its positioning in the development trend. Intelligent building structure design wins structure designers' widespread attention and is widely used. Intelligent building structural design mainly makes integrate use of industry technology, intelligent control technology and computer network technology. This fusion opens a new information door to architectural design industry, and ushers a new development trend of intelligent design. This paper analyzes the intelligent optimization design of architectural structure.


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