Effel Tower Statics Analisis

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Statics is a branch of Mechanics that studies the forces and their effects in rigid bodies in balance.Just like humans, objects and buildings need a skeleton too

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Effel Tower Statics AnalisisIndexIntroduction2Gustav Eiffel..3Eiffel Tower...4Analysis6Conclusions22IntroductionStatics is a branch of Mechanics that studies the forces and their effects in rigid bodies in balance.Just like humans, objects and buildings need a skeleton too. This is known as the structure. Bridges, amusement parks, chairs, and many other objects that surround us, have structures, if they didnt they wouldnt be able to stand.Structures are really important parts of buildings and objects. If the structure collapses, the consequences can be really awful. Even in objects that look simple, there is an analysis of forces acting on it. Structures need to be rigid, resistant, and steady. Even in the most creative buildings, architects and engineers responsible for them must have had to take in account the form and structure before carrying out its construction.A great example of this is the Eiffel Tower. Its engineers Gustave Eiffel. He was a French engineer and constructor, whose most famous constructions are the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower.The Eiffel Tower wa

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