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台北101

一座傑出的地標建築,足以改變這個城市。如同帝國大廈之於紐約、艾菲爾鐵塔之於巴黎、更如晚近的金茂大廈之於上海。

Floor Guide

Observatory

F 101

Observatory

F 91

Observatory

F 89

Observatory

F 88

Observatory

F o5

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F 6

The Mall

F 5

The Mall

F 4

The Mall

F 3

The Mall

F 2

The Mall

F 1

The Mall

B 1

The Mall

B 1

Feature

Infinite Horizon

With a special mirroring principle on the floor you can experience the illusion of an infinite horizon, creating the impression that you are living in a kaleidoscope. Female visitors in short skirts are kindly reminded to be aware of the reflection of the floor.

Wind Damping Ball

With a diameter of 5.5 meters and a total weight of 660 metric tons, the wind damper of the Taipei 101 Observation Deck is the second-largest in the world. The damper, with is available for viewing, is made of 41 layers of 12.5 cm thick steel plate that is welded and suspended from the 92nd floor to the 87th. The damper stabilizes Taipei 101 by counterbalancing wind and earthquake motion.

Tuned Mass Damper

The technical name of the wind damping ball is Tuned Mass Damper (TMD). A TMD is a passive system tailored to the needs of the building. Its main purpose is to reduce swaying by strong winds to make working in such a tall tower comfortable. Traditional concealed damping systems are out of sight, but the Taipei 101 TMD is both functional and an aesthetic attraction. Visitors to the observation deck can get a glimpse of the overall operation of the damping system.

Structure Introduction
The Damper in Action

September 21, 2014 Phoenix Typhoon--- Damper Swinging

High-Speed Elevator

The Taipei 101 Observation Deck is equipped with two high-speed elevators that have a rising speed of 1,010 meters per minute. It takes only 37 seconds to go from the 5th to the 89th floor observation deck. These elevators are the only intelligent high-speed elevators in the world equipped with constant pressure devices, dampers, and high-temperature ceramic brake systems.

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