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Science study cards

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What are the types of structures? Natural,Manufactured,Mass,Layered,Frame,Shell,Mix and Match
What is function supporting(its own weight),Containing(substances),Transporting,sheltering,lifting,fastening,seperating,communicating,breaking,holding
What is Aestheics? The study of beauty in nature?
What are some factors to consider? Cost,apperance,enviromental impact,Energy Efficance,Tough tissue
Names of joints? Mobile joints,Rigid joints,Fasteners,Interlocking shapes,Ties,Adhesives,health harzard,melting
What is Mass? Mass The mass of an object is the measure of the amount of matter in it. The mass is the number of particles the substance has
Describe forces and weight? Force is a push or pull on an object. The standard unit of force is called newton(N). Weight is a force and should be properly measured with newtons(gravitional force).
Name some external forces? A dead load is a permanent force acting on a structure.A live load is a changing a non permanent force acting on a structure.Impact force is a collision on a structure.
Name some internal forces? Tension forces stretch a material by pulling it's ends.Compressive force is squeezing.Shear is bending or tearing.Torsion is twist a material by turning.
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