Title A Study on Relativity of Eave Curvature and Toekan Jangdanbyeonbi of Gambrel Roof Buddhist Temple
Authors 위소연(Wi, So Yeon)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.10.87
Page pp.87-94
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Gambrel roof; anggok; Curvature Diagram; Buddhist temple
Abstract The purpose of this study is to disclose the correlations of the eave curve and column arrangement on the plane through the Toekan Jangdanbyeonbi (ratio of length on sides) and the result is shown as follows. First, the Toekan Jangdanbyeonbi is influenced more greatly on the size of front Toekan rather than the size of side Toekan and displays close correlation with the location of the Oigidori (part of rook with a beam in the middle) on cross section. Looking into the relationship between the Toekan Jangdanbyeonbi and anggok curvature diagram, the tendency of disproportion is confirmed. Second, the slope of relative formula for the front length and side length that determines the plane Jangdanbyeonbi has the plane for 1.3172 and Toekan for 1.2199 that the slope of Toekan is closer to 1 to be closer to the square compared to the plane. Third, it has been confirmed to have the tendency of proportion with the horizontal distance of the Jusimdori (dori to support the main section of column) and (supporting dori in the middle) on the longitudinal section as the inner wood length of the front eaves protruding and eaves protruding and the horizontal distance of Jusimdori and Oigidori on the cross section that is the inner wood length of the side eaves protruding and eaves protruding, and when excluding the exceptional cases, the eaves protruding and anggok curvature diagram are confirmed with the tendency of disproportion that the eaves protruding and anggok curvature diagram are contemplated as a mutually supplementary relationship. And, fourth, when the front eaves protruding ratio on the anggok curvature diagram and plane column height is considered, all average value for front and side, and well side have shown the tendency of disproportion. This is to prove that the eave anggok has been used not only for formative aspect determined by the simple empirical dimension or chunyeo curve but also as the technique to supplement the structural limitations as well.