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Self-supporting Roofs








In putting up, for instance, self-supporting roofs, or ceilings with wide spans, and steeples or towers, the bridge principle of trussed members should be understood.
The most simple bridge or trussed form is the well-known A-shaped arch.
Fig. 235. Fig. 235.






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