Re: frame section arears

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 14, 2002 at 05:28:38:

In Reply to:  Re: frame section arears posted by Paul Malo on September 06, 2002 at 12:09:12:

Now from the point you stand at the bottom of the building, we hardly notis the fact that building members often get lighter at top of the structures. ------- but I se your point and I have allready an application ready as individual functions that will "find" each frame and narrow it's section arear from user or calculator input ; no general problems just detail programming problems that can be solved.
--------- What's crazy about this is, that the main functions I found in an old application I wrote to get support to write a program that could put back the remains of a Viking vessel wreck into how the ship was build originally, that I didn't suceed to find supporters for even it was 95 pct. ready , ----- but this bring in another matter ; why even make a frame more narrow at top, when filling in emty holes can remove the weight. Truely the impack will be as clumpsy, but the function will evaluate a frame with the chareteristics asked for.

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