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how can you make a bibliography on a bridge

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DirkS45 (author)2017-12-26

I found these documents to be useful when designing a bridge for a competition.

http://by.genie.uottawa.ca/~csce/thesis%20edited.d...

www.seas.upenn.edu/~belab/LabProjects/2006/102B4.d...

This site was useful in determining load on members:

http://ivanmarkov.com/truss-simulator.html

Sorry, the only book I used was an old EIT (Engineer In Training) exam study guide.

Here are pictures of the resulting bridge (20" span, 100 sitcks). Held over 125 lbs without breaking, so I don't know how strong it is. My calculations said it should have held at lest 400 lbs.

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Toga_Dan (author)2017-12-23

if it is upside down, you would right it by flipping it 180 degrees.

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iceng (author)2017-12-23

So you need books like Alice in Wonderland, strength of materials, bridge_beam_stress, chemistry_of_white_glue, and bridge_design..

You can even quote my original pictures of this bridge supporting 25 lbs..

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steveastrouk (author)2017-12-22

A bibliography is a list of books.

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