space truss design calculations
space truss design calculations

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Trusses are triangular frame works in which the members are subjected to essentially axial
forces due to externally applied load. They may be plane trusses [Fig. 1(a)], wherein the
external load and the members lie in the same plane or space trusses [Fig. 1(b)], in which
members are oriented in three dimensions in space and loads may also act in any direction.
Trusses are frequently used to span long lengths in the place of solid web girders and such
trusses are also referred to as lattice girders.

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