The Vertical Upright Truss





This form of truss naturally develops into a type of wooden bridge known all over the country, as its framing is simple, and calculations as to its capacity to sustain loads may readily be made. Figs. 237, 238 and 239 illustrate these forms.

Fig. 236. Fig. 236.


Fig. 237. Fig. 237.






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