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  1. #1 neglecting axial deformation is slope deflection method(Structural Engineering) 
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    When we use slope deflection method in frames we neglect axial deformation in order to get the same delta when the frame is sway,(that what i understood)

    So i have two questions
    1. Neglecting axial deformation means ignoring axial force??Or what??
    2. How to neglect axial deformation in frame matrix like picture?if we use ,matrix not slope deflection
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