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Following on from the previous post I have uploaded the Strand7 data and results files and an animation of the stresses as the construction proceeds. Strand7 users can just download the files and load them into Strand7 (or those with a slow … Continue reading
It’s time to get back to the analysis of the stresses and strains in the dome of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence. Since the last installment I have purchased “Brunelleschi’s Cupola” by Giovanni and Michele Fanelli, which is … Continue reading
On 28 July 1987 (close to 25 years ago) The New York Times Reported Cracks in a Great Dome in Florence May Point to Impending Disaster … but those caring for the dome worry that it has recently embarked on … Continue reading
This post is a continuation from The Dome of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence Different sources give a wide variety of different dimensions for the dome, but there seems to be reasonable agreement that the “across flats” diameter of the … Continue reading