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SPILLWAYS
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4.1. Introduction
When flow conditions vary with respect to time, we call it unsteady flow. These
changes can be due to natural causes, planned action or accidental happenings.
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CHAPTER 3
Stiffness Matrix Method
31 DEFINITION
The stiffness method is a method of analysis, where the main unknowns
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equilibrium.
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Answers
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