• Modified Containers
    • Features
    • Technical Data
    • Application
    Shipping containers have monocoque bodies. The corrugation panels (roof, sides, and back), floor, purlins, front doors, frame, and rails form an integrated structural skin. They are strong and made to carry floor loads far in excess of what is required for typical home construction. But, when we modify them, cutting holes or penetrating members, they are weakened. high level of modification the shipping container home design calls for, our structural engineer and architect will supply a professional plan.




    As we said above, when cutting a shipping container or removing any of the paneling, it's structural integrity is compromised. As an extreme example, consider the removal of all a container's corrugated paneling along the length of one side (see the images below). Without reinforcement, the container deforms and then fails structurally. As a general rule, whenever remove portions of the panelized corrugation, steel framing will be required to frame out the opening. In addition, column and roof support will be necessary depending on the size of the opening(s) and roof/wind loads. The conclusion is that the cutting square should be considering the strength of the whole parts.
    Table I. Safety Factors on Land for Various Stack Heights on Land with Container Corner Post Capacity of 190,480 lbs (86,400 kg)

    Number of Containers Stacked on One

    Total Height of Stack

    Safety Factor on Corner post loading

    8

    9

    1.80

    9

    10

    1.60

    10

    11

    1.44

    11

    12

    1.31


    Conclusion:The table shows that we can stack 9-on-1 on land, and maintain a safety factor of greater than 1.5.
    Table II. Stack Heights on Land forVarious Detector Densities with Container Corner Post Capacity of 214,290 lbs (97,400 kg)

    Number of Containers Stacked on One

    Total Height of Stack (m)

    Safety Factor on Corner Post Loading

    with payload density = 0.60 g/cc (22,150 kg gross)

    with payload density = 0.66 g/cc (24,000 kg gross)

    with payload density = 0.75 g/cc (27,150 kg gross)

    with payload density = 0.85 g/cc (30,480 kg gross)

    8 on 1

    23.3

    2.20

    2.03

    1.80

    1.60

    9 on 1

    25.9

    1.95

    1.80

    1.59

    1.42

    10 on 1

    28.5

    1.76

    1.62

    1.43

    1.28

    11 on 1

    31.1

    1.60

    1.48

    1.30

    1.16


    Conclusion: Stacking ISO containers 10 high on land is reasonable, and stacks as high as 12 may be possible depending on the type of container purchased and on the loading of the container with Off-Axis detector elements. For a final detector design, good engineering practice would require that the corner posts of the selected containers be loaded to failure to more accurately determine the safety factor of the stacked array.
    Wide application, adapt to family living, large scale campsite or dormitory, teaching stadium or kindergarten for education. Commercial store and medical houses. Even the house for feeding or transporting animals. In detail introduce:
    Campsite accommodation
    Mining/gas/oil exploit camp
    Office building
    Hotel
    Family houses
    Healthy service/hospital/clinic
    Lab/school/kindergarten
    Security/telephone/newspaper kiosk
    Storage/light industry workshop
    Compositive service building
    Holiday villa
    Emergency disaster relief
    Military houses
    Electrical equipment houses
    Kitchen/dining/washing houses
    Pray houses
    Top
    Product Catalog
    尹人香蕉午夜电影网