The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 28 (1950) > Issues > Issue 2 > The Solution of Rigid Frames by the Method of Rotations
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The Solution of Rigid Frames by the Method of Rotations

CONSIDERATION is limited to the case of prismatic sections where the lengths of the frame members are assumed to remain unaltered under the load, where the deformations are small, and where the behaviour of the structure is governed by the general theory of elasticity. M.D. Brisby

Author(s): Brisby, M D

Keywords: analysis;frames;rigid;rotation methods