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  1. #1 force flow 
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    In German-speaking areas, the term "force flow" (Kraftfluss) is often used to explain static loads in trusses and other construction elements. But there is no theoretical justification for this idea. Now I have produced a Video about this issue. In this video I show that behind the concept of "force flow" you can find the transport of momentum and angular momentum. Unfortunately, the video is in German only, but you can find there a lot of meaningful an new images. What do you think about this idea? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbHrkhWZcFs


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