Degrees of Freedom of Plane and Space Frames

Author: Rangasami, K S;Mallick, S K

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Degrees of Freedom of Plane and Space Frames

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Degrees of Freedom of Plane and Space Frames
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Rangasami, K S;Mallick, S K

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Rangasami, K S;Mallick, S K

A unified general approach for the determination of the degrees of freedom or indeterminacy of plane and space frames is developed from basic concepts. The term ‘frame’ is used in a general sense and includes structures as well as mechanisms.

K.S. Rangasami and S.K. Mallick

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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