Deficient frame and redundant frame - truss, Mechanical Engineering

Deficient Frame and Redundant Frame - truss:

Deficient Frame:

If the numbers of member in the frame are less than (2j-3), then the frame is called as deficient frame.

Redundant Frame:

If the numbers of member in frame are more than (2j-3), then the frame is called as redundant frame.

 

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