Bucket arch, a wood structure.
It is located between the column and the beam. The load transmitted from
the roof and the upper structure is transmitted to the column through the
bucket arch and then from the column to the foundation. Therefore, it plays
the role of connecting the upper and lower and transmitting the load.
The combination of mortise and tenon is the key to earthquake
resistance. This structure is very similar to the modern beam-column
frame structure. The nodes of the frame are not just connected, which
ensures the stiffness coordination of the building. In the event of a strong
earthquake, the spatial structure combined with mortise and tenon will be
“loose” but not “scattered”. It can consume the energy from the
earthquake, greatly reducing the seismic load of the entire house and
resisting the earthquake.
Scrimber wood’s saving energy and contributing to green building materials
High-performance biomass fuels promote rational use of resources
Green doors and windows save energy and reduce consumption to promote the upgrading of traditional industries