# Structures & Forces

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## 1. Internal Forces

### 1.1. Torsion

1.1.1. When you apply opposite rotational forces to a structure.

### 1.2. Tension

1.2.1. When you pull a structure in opposite directions.

### 1.3. Compression

1.3.1. When you push a structure in opposite directions.

### 1.4. Shear

1.4.1. When you bend a structure.

## 3. The dead load is something held down on a structure or the structure itself

### 4.1. The live load is something moving on a structure

4.1.1. For example, the live load on a bridge is moving cars

### 5.1. A dynamic load is a force coming from outside of a structure

5.1.1. For example, wind that is blowing on a house is a dynamic load

## 7. What the structure was built to do.

### 7.1. The function of a structure is what the structure is made for or what it's purpose is

7.1.1. As an example, the function of a bridge is to get people and things across something, like a body of water

## 8. How the structure is built

### 8.1. The form of a structure is what the structure will look like

8.1.1. For example, how is the CN tower built?

## 9. Solid Structures

### 9.1. A structure that are solid all the way through

9.1.1. A mountain is an example of a solid structure

## 10. Dome structures

### 10.1. A structure with a hollow inside, also known as a shell structure

10.1.1. an igloo is an example of a dome structure

## 11. Frame Structures

### 11.1. A structure made by parts fastened together

11.1.1. An example is the frame design if the Eiffel Tower

## 12. External Forces

### 12.1. Point of Application

12.1.1. Where on a structure an external force is being applied

### 12.2. Plane of Application

12.2.1. On what angle an external force is being applied

### 12.3. Magnitude

12.3.1. How strong or weak an external force is

### 12.4. Direction

12.4.1. Is where the force will be applied