Geometric sensitivity of statically determinate planar truss families
AbstractWe define a truss family Ti by a statically determinate truss T0 and a recursive step Ti+1=f(Ti), such that Ti+1Ti and that step f(Ti) keeps static determinacy. Such recursive algorithms have been broadly discussed in the literature, e.g. the Henneberg operation 1 is a well-known example. Earlier we introduced the concept of geometric sensitivity index rg of trusses, here we investigate the sensitivity of truss families, in particular, the limit sensitivity (Ti).
Keywords: geometric sensitivity, Henneberg operations, method of substitute members, topology of trusses, minimal rigidity, truss types
How to Cite
Tóth, K. (2011) “Geometric sensitivity of statically determinate planar truss families”, Periodica Polytechnica Architecture, 42(2), pp. 11-18. https://doi.org/10.3311/pp.ar.2011-2.02.