Re: Part project

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Posted by  Per Corell on July 01, 2003 at 08:18:44:

In Reply to:  Re: Part project posted by Deirdre Rachid on July 01, 2003 at 06:15:54:

No , ------ I was about to upload a graphic where the bottom of the structure is cast into concrete , emagine this and think about the simple "X" folding chair that from front form a "H".
Now when you sit on such one, the seat will be forced horisontaly right.
Then with this structure just like the "roof" part, the bottom will be fixed in the ground. From my point of view and I don't think you need much to prove this, a rigid boxwork sort of WTC-7 is way weaker then this structure, where the floors is not yet placed , but they will go in one with each "ring" and even as being a beam from side to side of the structure woven into each any other floor support beam , form a whole that will offer four times the strength of a rigid box structure.

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