Frames, Mechanical Engineering

Frames:

You have been introduced to the analysis of frames. By going through this unit, you may identify frames and differentiate them from trusses. The method for analyzing frames has been described; and to sum up, you are introduced to:

  • Distinction among frames and trusses.
  • Analysis of frames.
  • Determination of forces at the hinges.
  • Determinate and indeterminate frames.

It can be kept in mind that the analysis of frames in necessary part of structure designs.

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