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Trusses

Trusses

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TRUSS:-
A TRUSS CONSIST OF AN ASSEMBLY OF RIGID BUTELASTIC MEMBERS JOINTED IN THE FORM OF TRIANGLESTO ACT AS A BEAM.
THE SAFE WORKING TENSILE STRESS OF MILD STEEL ISABOUT 20 TIMES THAT OF STRUCTRURAL TIMBER. THUSSTEEL TRUSSES WORK OUT TO BE ECONOMICAL,SPECIALY FOR BIGGER SPAN.
STEEL TRUSSES ARE FABRICATED FROM ROLLED STEELSTRUCTRURAL MEMBERS SUCH AS CHANNELS, ANGLES,T- SECTIONS AND PLATES.
OUT OF THE VARIOUS SHAPES OF STEEL SECTIONS,ANGLES ARE CONSIDERED MOST SUITABLE FOR STEELROOF TRUSS. THIS IS ON ACCOUNT OF THE FACT THATANGLES CAN RESIST BOTH COMPRESSIVE AND TENSILESTRESSES EFFECTIVELY. IN ADDITION ANGLES CAN BEPRODUCED ECONOMICALLY AND CAN BE JOINTEDEASILY.
THE ARRANGEMENT AND SIZES OF VARIOUS MEMBERS OFA STEEL TRUSS DEPEND ON THE SPAN, LOADING ANDWIND PRESSURE.

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