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The video showcases the "Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD" in Abu Dhabi, which is a large, round skyscraper. The construction of this building has been praised for its ingenuity and artistry, and it is said to be one of the most impressive structures in the world. The space within the building is amazing, and it is even larger than what was initially imagined.

  • 00:00:00 The city of Abu Dhabi is the richest city on the planet, and it has spent the last few decades competing in the superleague of cities, undergoing a deep transformation in the process. The latest project is a 176-story skyscraper called Aldar, which is currently the tallest building in the world. It's designed to be the city's new skyline, and its goal is to attract business from across the globe and to spur tourism. Abu Dhabi has been in this same situation before - it has had to face the challenge of competing with other world-class cities for a long time. In the 1970s, for instance, the city became rich from oil discoveries. At the time, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, the ruler of Abu Dhabi and the founder of the UAE, wanted to build a city that would compete with the cities of London and New York. He commissioned a skyscraper designed by Marwan Shareef, which became known as the Aldar building. However, creating something new in a place where the latest trends are the norm is not easy. Recent projects like the Burj Khalifa in Dubai or the world's tallest building, the World Trade Center in New York, have made Abu Dhabi more visible
  • 00:05:00 This video shows the construction of the world's tallest building, the "Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD - Abu Dhabi", which is a circular skyscraper with a curved, glass-covered surface that is the size of four football fields. The design was so unusual that when President Mubarak saw it, he didn't know what to think. At first, when I saw the design, I was a little confused. I thought I was looking at a comic book panel. I thought the design was very geometrical and harsh. I thought it was like a flying saucer that had landed on the Rahab River and I stayed looking at it for 15 minutes and, in the end, I fell in love with the design. Sarah's design is inspired by nature, and she uses two circular, glass walls that resemble the shell of a clamshell. The architecture is just the imitation of nature at first. The idea of it was very geometric and hard. It felt like a sea shell. The clamshells have a deep significance for Abu Dhabi, the city of origin for the fishing industry, but the circular design posed a problem--an exposed surface like that can be unstable. So, Saray turned to the
  • 00:10:00 The video explains that the construction of the "Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD" in Abu Dhabi is progressing well after eight months of preparation, but engineers must now design a revolutionary building by Marwan Saraid. While the building is buried, the team of engineers soon realizes that they don't have the time to finish it. They then continue with the project, if they had realized this earlier. They will have to build the structure in just two months, which is unprecedented in building construction of this size and complexity. The team will have to rely on faith and start preparing the foundations without all the plans in hand. The only way the team can design and build a unique skyscraper in just thirty months is by starting construction early. While mainz O'Sullivan, head of construction, is busy resolving the deadline issue, engineers must also account for wind pressure. They must build a solid barrier, called a "diafragma", to prevent water from seeping into the ground. This barrier is made of a series of reinforced concrete panels that slope inward toward the ground. While this may sound like a simple solution, the team has to build it before they excavate the ground. And since they won't
  • 00:15:00 The Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD - Abu Dhabi video shows how a 16-meter-long diaphragm wall will be built on the rocky bed of the Gulf to protect the building from the ocean's pressure. 400 reinforced concrete pillars will hold up the structure. The project started earlier this year and is expected to be completed in 2020.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, we explore the dangers posed by strong winds to tall towers, specifically the Abu Dhabi skyline's "redondo" structure. We find that the strongest winds are produced by gusts, and focus on the winds blowing from the east. We discover that gusts reaching speeds of 137 km/h (80 mph) are the result of wind storms, and that the risk to high-rise buildings comes from a different type of wind, namely, winds that are fixed and strongest in the middle of the earth's atmosphere. We find that the strongest winds are the result of tornadoes, and that the sede de aldar, or headquarters for the United Arab Emirates' flag carrier, poses a significant threat to its foundations. We discuss the risks of wind towers with the aerodynamic engineer Roy Nun, who tells us that the traditional solution--a column--is not feasible for this building, as the winds from the tornadoes would be too strong for it to support. We propose a new solution: building two núcleos, or structural cores, of reinforced concrete. The towers, which reach a height of 125 meters (410 feet), are built in just six months using this technique. The workforce is critical to this project, as the m
  • 00:25:00 The skyscraper in this video is known as the "redondo HD" and is in Abu Dhabi, UAE. It is currently the tallest building in the world. The construction of this building has been described as a race against time, as it is only 19 months until it is due to be completed. The designers have had to come up with a unique way to build a skyscraper with steel that is incredibly precise, and they have succeeded. The construction of these towers requires a strong, light exoskeleton made of aluminum. The project is still in its early stages, but it is already proving to be a challenge.
  • 00:30:00 This video shows the construction of a large, circular building in Abu Dhabi. The enthusiasm of the building's arrival soon gives way to terror as workers begin to climb the building's first piece. The precision of the work is evident as it takes nearly an hour to install the chains and prepare the building and everyone was waiting for the first piece to work. We were all on edge when the moment arrived--the piece in form of a elevator rises from the ground and a grain occurs when we placed the chains. The first section of the exoskeleton is finally attached to the base. It has been incredible to see the first piece of the structure being erected--the first of the structure is finally done. It was the first of the structure, and a new obstacle has been overcome. But as always, there are many more pieces to be installed, and 99 more must be fitted together to form this exclusive building in Abu Dhabi within 19 months. The building's construction is a well-planned sequence, and the bathrooms need to be installed before the exoskeleton blocks access to the building's nooks and crannies. First, the team made many drawings and graphical representations and then constructed the modules. They went to the factory and met with many people who thought the modules
  • 00:35:00 This video shows the construction of a large, circular building in Abu Dhabi. As the building grows around it, but eventually reaches the edge, the panels separate and create a lot of pressure. That pressure equals the pressure of a typical car. However, that's not all that this video reveals. The circular shape of the building's headquarters poses another problem. When we saw the project, we realized that the sharp edges on the panels were a problem because they could generate strong pressure pressures. When the wind reaches the edge of the rectangular side panels, it forms a spiral and becomes a vortex. The air continues circulating around the panels, separating and forming a small bubble in a space between the panels and thencatching on the surface again. That's where the greatest pressures are exerted. This is the meaning of the bubbles - to avoid the wind from sucking the glass from the headquarters building, each panel must have thicker glass panels and a stronger structure. Although this does not reduce the work in front of it, at least the installation is moving forward.
  • 00:40:00 This 8-month-old "Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD - Abu Dhabi" video showcases the world's first spherical skyscraper, which is nearing its end but has had a delayed bathroom installation cause major problems. Engineers must now lift the heavy, open-wire arches back into place, and the steel has deformated, leaving some of the panels desynchronized and causing the roof to weigh 200 tons. But, in the end, the team was able to successfully raise the entire structure and achieve their goal. This amazing feat is a testament to the engineering skills of those involved.
  • 00:45:00 This video showcases the "Megaestruturas: El rascacielos redondo HD" in Abu Dhabi, which is a large, round skyscraper. The construction of this building has been praised for its ingenuity and artistry, and it is said to be one of the most impressive structures in the world. The space within the building is amazing, and it is even larger than what was initially imagined. This is a fantastic example of how a drawing can become reality, and it has left other famous skyscrapers in the dust. While we may not yet be on the same level as some of the world's most impressive cities, we will surely catch up in the near future.

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