The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 11 (1933) > Issues > Issue 5 > Some Aspects of the Mechanical Solution of Influence Diagrams (Continued)
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Some Aspects of the Mechanical Solution of Influence Diagrams (Continued)

(g) Influence diagram for the force in member V The kinematic chain resulting from the removal of V4, is shown in Fig. 32. Assume rib V to be fixed and let 8-8’ represent the perpendicular velocity of 8, 8’ being the intersection of 9-8 with the line of the bottom chord. H.A. Whitaker