No.11. Triangulated structures

This is an introduction to the most important aspects of triangulated structures. Triangulated structures are widely used and can provide stiff structures with very little structural material. Being formed from many interconnecting parts, a knowledge of several aspects of modelling, analysis and design is needed to be able to understand their structural behaviour.

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