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Warren Verticle Support Truss Bridge

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Alyssa Mowry

on 8 June 2011

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Transcript of Warren Verticle Support Truss Bridge

Warren Truss Bridge We are doing the
verticle Warren Truss
Bridge. I think that a
vertical support warren
truss bridge would
be a good bridge to build
because of the support
is really good with the
triangles at different angles. The warren truss bridge
is a simple design yet
very strong. All the triangles are
the same length
and they are
equilateral triangles.
Thats why they are
very common a triangle is the strongest shape our bridge is a type of structure used in different kinds of construction for supporting a load. truss having a set of diagonals in a “W” design relative to a horizontal structure. has a distinctive look The Warren Truss was patented in 1848 by James Warren and Theobald Manzani and is marked by equilateral triangles. Warren Truss Bridge
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