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Vierendeel Truss

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# A truss with rectangular panels and rigid joints. The members of a Vierendeel truss are subject to strong nonaxial forces. # A truss with rectangular panels and rigid joints. The members of a Vierendeel truss are subject to strong nonaxial forces.
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# A rigid frame with an assemblage of rectangles and trapezoids but no diagonal members # A rigid frame with an assemblage of rectangles and trapezoids but no diagonal members
===History=== ===History===
-Named afer '''Arthur Vierendeel''' (April 10, 1852 – November 8, 1940) was a famous Belgian civil engineer born in Leuven. +Named after '''Arthur Vierendeel''' (April 10, 1852 – November 8, 1940) a famous Belgian civil engineer born in Leuven.
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 +[[Image:Vierendeel Truss.png]]
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  1. A truss with rectangular panels and rigid joints. The members of a Vierendeel truss are subject to strong nonaxial forces.
  2. A rigid frame with an assemblage of rectangles and trapezoids but no diagonal members

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Named after Arthur Vierendeel (April 10, 1852 – November 8, 1940) a famous Belgian civil engineer born in Leuven.

Image:Vierendeel Truss.png

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