Massive Attack - Obelisk-(2008)
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This is evident in the already examined resolution 2347 of 2017 and even more so in resolution 2100 of 2013 authorizing the deployment of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA).39 Adopted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, resolution 2100 provides the first example of a post-conflict peace mission to which the Security Council has conferred a specific function to protect cultural heritage from deliberate attack.40 The general principle prohibiting the threat of force can therefore become a pertinent legal parameter to determine the illegality of attacks on cultural property in peacetime, in the sense that such attacks may constitute an aspect of a threat to the peace and, in post-conflict situations, an element of peacekeeping missions by the UN or regional organizations.
The other principle of progressive realization that can have a direct relevance for the protection of cultural heritage against acts of intentional destruction is that underlying the responsibility to protect (R2P), which was elaborated and proclaimed by the United Nations with the aim of preventing, stopping, and remedying mass atrocities and egregious violations of human rights and humanitarian law.48 Today, R2P has become extremely important for the protection of cultural heritage because violent attacks on cultural heritage tend to be the forerunner or inseparable complement of assaults on people and of grave breaches of human rights and humanitarian law. This is amply demonstrated by the rich jurisprudence of the ICTY and by the recognition that such attacks can constitute evidence of the specific intent to commit a crime of genocide.
Ancient Egyptian obelisks have been carved thousands of years ago and survived many earthquakes and wind storms. This study examines the aerodynamic characteristics and the response of two of the tallest and slenderest ancient Egyptian obelisks to boundary layer winds using a two-phase methodology. The firstphase involved preparing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models for the twoobelisks with different angles of projection to wind. The variations in the windpressure coefficient and the forces on the obelisks have been studied for differentprojection angles, different reference velocities and along the height of eachobelisk. Within the second phase structural analysis was performed subjecting eachobelisk to a wind load under different angles of loading. The results show that whensubject to boundary layer winds, the pressure coefficient on the surface and thestresses within the obelisks vary significantly with the angle of attack and dimensions of the obelisk.
The four different angles of attacks studied represent the fourdifferent wind load cases studied for each of the two obelisks. The pressure wasmultiplied by the surface area to give the load perpendicular to the surface.This load was applied within the structural analysis process to acquire thestresses within each obelisk under each of the four studied load cases.
Each of the four load cases representing the different angles ofattack has been applied on each of the two modeled obelisks. The forces producedby the CFD were used in the structural analysis of each of the two obelisks whensubject to a 30 m/s wind event at the four different projection angles.The target of this exercise is to determine the most critical wind load case foreach of the two obelisks.
Figures 10 and11 show the vertical variation of thepressure coefficient contours at an angle of attack of 0ofor the Vatican and Lateran obelisks respectively. The pressure coefficient contoursin the vertical plane perpendicular to the wind are shown inFigs. 10a and 11a while those in the vertical plane parallel tothe wind are shown in Figs. 10b and11b. The variation in the pressurecoefficients in the vertical plane perpendicular to the wind are very similar forboth obelisks showing an increase in the negative pressure with height till reachingthe maximum negative pressure at the location of the pyramidon at the top of eachobelisk however the difference in taper and difference in slenderness between thetwo obelisks caused the negative pressure on the Vatican obelisk to be higher thanthat acting on the Lateran obelisk as the Lateran obelisk has a higher taper and ismore slender as shown in Figs. 10aand 11a.
Figures 12 and13 show the vertical variation of thepressure coefficient contours at an angle of attack of45o for the Vatican and Lateran obelisksrespectively. The pressure coefficient contours in the vertical plane perpendicularto the wind are shown in Figs. 12aand 13a while those in the vertical planeparallel to the wind are shown in Figs. 12b and 13b. Thevariation in the pressure coefficients in the vertical plane perpendicular to thewind are very similar for both obelisks showing an increase in the negative pressurewith height till reaching the maximum negative pressure at the location of thepyramidon at the top of each obelisk. However, the difference in taper anddifference in slenderness between the two obelisks caused the negative pressure onthe Vatican obelisk to be higher than that acting on the Lateran obelisk as theLateran obelisk has a higher taper and is more slender as shown inFigs. 12a and 13a.
For all of the four different angles of attack included inthe study, the total resultant forces acting on the Lateran obelisk werelarger than the total resultant forces acting on the Vatican obeliskmainly due to the larger surface area of the Lateran obelisk.
The structural analysis revealed that for all of the fourdifferent angles of attack included in the study, the normal stresseswere significantly lower than the strength of the Red Aswan granite fromwhich the obelisks were carved.
For all of the four different angles of attack included inthe study, the structural analysis revealed that both obelisks couldsafely withstand boundary layer winds with reference speeds as high as30 m/s.
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The obelisk was conceived as a result of StarCraft II's unlimited selection. The downside to unlimited selection was its interference with micro-management. Early playtests resulted in little base management and massive armies being built up and attack-moved across the map. Over the course of its development the obelisk was a support structure, formerly known as the dark pylon. However, the dark pylon became a separate structure called the monolith, which was canceled.
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