The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 1 > A New Approach to the Elastic Analysis of Two Dimensional Rigid Frames
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A New Approach to the Elastic Analysis of Two Dimensional Rigid Frames

Slope Deflection, Moment Distribution, and Relaxation are the most widely used methods of solution of rigid frames, but each requires a great deal of labour for larger structures. Possibly the main cause of this difficulty is the need to consider two types of deformation of the structure, rotation of joints and sways. At present these are dealt with by considering them as separate unknowns. Arthur Bolton