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In this video there are two different models .
Once the video begins , we see the first model is brick to fail immediately .
Observe, the vertical axis at the corners ,
to swing right and left.
This displacement of the vertical axis of the corners , causes the lintels to go upward.
There is the weight of the structure , which contrasts with the rise that has the lintel .
The weight overcomes the lintel , who tries to go over , and see why we fail ( crack)
In the same video , the first minute,
we see a compact rigid structure much more powerful than the bricks .
As rigid and strong that it reacts differently.
The nodes stand , but the house slid onto the seismic base.
But if the width regression was bigger ,
and home, high-rise , the big moment will bring overthrow
That would react like this model in my experiment .
Now if the model had small columns , and several floors , would break the nodes as broke the first experiment of Bricklaying . (For the same exact reason)
If all samples were anchored to the roof with the ground, any of the above models would not fail .
The models anchored react so https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoM5...re=c4-overview
If what I said does not show the true
then what else to tell you ...
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Thought one or two of you may be interested.
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I had an employment test and i got a question said : There are no Bending moments on truss members theoretically ?? True OR Not .............Actually i was confused by the word "theoretically" ,so i chose "Not true" as i thought it's "practically" there are no bending moments on them and never thought about Bending moment due to own weight which is negligible comparing with acting axial forces...............so Did i choose the right answer???
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