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Structure and building
Make a comparision between structure and building.
Youssef Raafat
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Structure and building
The difference between them are:
First; the structure of something is how the parts of it relate to each other, how "it is put together". This contrasts with process, which is how the things change.

Structure is the fundamental property of every system, see systemics. Every structure has to have its carrier physical system. On the other hand, a 'pure' structure can be also considered as an abstract system.

Second; building is architecture, construction, engineering and real estate development. The word building may refer to one of the following:
any man-made structure used or intended for supporting or sheltering any use or continuous occupancy, or
an act of construction.

To differentiate buildings and other structures that are not intended for continuous human occupancy, the latter are called non-building structures. Structural height in technical usage is the height to the highest architectural detail on building from street-level. Depending on how they are classified, spires and masts may or may not be included in this height. Spires and masts used as antennas are not generally included.

mohamed magdi el shafei,
miu student hum 111
Mohamed El Shafei
Structure and building
The structure is how the parts of something relate to each other, every structure has to have a style in using and satisfying human needs. So we can say that structure is an abstract system, while to differentiate buildings from structures that are not intended for continous human ocupancy.
Structural height in technical usage is the highest architectural detail on building from street-level.
Mostafa Ahmed Youssef
Structure and building
Haha...structure to buildings are like skeletons to human body. Can you tell it's importance?
Maya Sanskrit
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