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Perfect Frame - Truss:

Perfect Frame

The frame that is composed of such members, which are sufficient to keep the frame in equilibrium, when the frame is sustaining the external load, it is known as perfect frame. Therefore for the perfect frame, the number of joints and the number of members can be given as: n = 2j - 3

 

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