Message - Re: earthquake resistance structure

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Posted by  S on February 21, 2004 at 05:57:09:

In Reply to:  earthquake resistance structure posted by S.Anbarasan on February 20, 2004 at 20:58:20:

i've just learnt (not in detail) that earthquake resistant buildings are mainly made up of a frame where cords are attached to the corners to pull the force when the building shakes. arthquake buildings are designed to save life or prolong the strength of the building so that people could save lifes, it's not so the building keeps its outer appearance after the earthquake

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