Correspondence. ‘ Degrees of freedom ofplane and space frames ’ by K. S. Rangasami and S
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Correspondence. ‘ Degrees of freedom ofplane and space frames ’ by K. S. Rangasami and S

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Correspondence. ‘ Degrees of freedom ofplane and space frames ’ by K. S. Rangasami and S
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Mr. D. G. ,Alcock (Associate-Member) writes:- ‘The authors claim to present a unified approach for the determination of the degrees of freedom or indeterminacy of plane and space frames. In fact the claim is rather ambitious as it can only yield the degree of indeterminacy of a structure which is already known to be stable.'

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