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Posted by  Per Corell on September 24, 2003 at 17:39:30:

In Reply to:  Re: THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION posted by Matt Gallagher on September 24, 2003 at 13:45:33:


"Secondly, if 4 times as rigid in those directions, and now pinned, how do you handle deformation and expansion/contraction forces?"

Maby you shuld ask a shipyard, you se they weld a ship hull with no expantion slots.

Beside your hatefull mail can be found word to word, describing why steel ships must be dangouras compared wooden ones, ----- did you ever build a ship yourself btw ;))
Im'e quite sure, that compared your writing, you would find and express the jou you seem to be missing ,just try building one and you will know what you talk about , --- it give some hands on experience, bad you academics hate ,you are not american are you , why don't you strait out tell your deepest nagging feeling.

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