Use roller support - steel trusses of bridges, Mechanical Engineering

Use roller support - steel trusses of bridges:

Explain, why do we use roller support in case of steel trusses of bridges?

Sol.: In the bridges most of time external force perpendicular to links acts and the roller support gives reaction to link, thus it is quite suitable to use roller support in the case of steel trusses of bridges

 

 

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