Use of trusses, Mechanical Engineering

Use of trusses:

Where do you find trusses in use?

The main uses of truss are as follows:

1. The trusses are used to support slopping roofs.

2. Brick trusses are taken in bridges to support deck etc. Analysis of the frame comprises of,

(a)  By determinations of the reactions at supports.

(b)  By determination of the forces in members of the frame.

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