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" ... of suspension bridges with stiffening trusses is based on five assumptions, which are very near the actual conditions: (1) The cable is supposed perfectly flexible, freely assuming the form of the equilibrium polygon of the suspender forces. (2) The... "
A Practical Treatise on Suspension Bridges: Their Design, Construction and ... - Page 20
by David Barnard Steinman - 1922 - 204 pages
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Suspension Bridges and Cantilevers: Their Economic Proportions and Limiting ...

David Barnard Steinman - Bridges, Cantilever - 1911 - 185 pages
...Versteifungsbalken (Leipzig, 1887). 3. The dead-load of truss and cable is assumed uniform per linear unit, so that the initial curve of the cable is a parabola. 4. The form and ordinates of the cable curve are assumed to remain unaltered upon application of loading....
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Suspension Bridges and Cantilevers: Their Economic Proportions and Limiting ...

David Barnard Steinman - Bridges, Cantilever - 1913 - 185 pages
...equilibrium polygon of the suspender forces. 2. The truss is considered a beam, initially straight and horizontal, of constant moment of inertia and tied to the cable throughout its length. CE, 1899, p. 306; and AJ Dubois, "Tho Stresses in Framed StructureH," New York, 1896. i Annales des...
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