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Thread: NIST North Tower ANSYS model -- floor trusses

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    Re: NIST North Tower ANSYS model -- floor trusses

    Quote Originally Posted by gamolon View Post
    That drawing doesn't not support your claim that NIST swapped the long and short span trusses thus invalidating their analysis. The reason it doesn;t support your claim is that it was an early drawing and not a stamped drawing used in the construction. That makes it invalid for anything in the towers.

    Again. the truss details in drawing book 7 will put this claim to rest once and for all as they will shows exactly what should have been used at these floor levels.

    You have no credibility here anymore based on all your mistakes presented within this thread and nobody should take you seriously. Not to mentioned you failed attempts at sock-puppetry at another forum. Just more examples of the games you like to play.

    Paranoid. Get that sorted out.

    We do at least agree that NIST have not yet released the data to back up their conclusions though.

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    Re: NIST North Tower ANSYS model -- floor trusses

    Quote Originally Posted by gamolon View Post
    Like I said before. Your track record with construction drawings and terms stinks to high heaven.
    Says the guy who was wrong after a previous 2 year debate and still cannot admit it over 6 years later

    Quote Originally Posted by gamolon View Post
    You have no business arguing the things you do because you have no clue. That much is evident with the last mistakes I posted.
    I have plenty business arguing it, and will continue to do so. Your opinions are just that. Your opinions. You're not even comprehending the issues here Gamolon. You were over a month later realising the overhang that existed at the core perimeter corners when you corrected Sander's graphic a couple f days ago and then proclaimed " looks like i was correct". Funny.

    Quote Originally Posted by gamolon View Post
    Again, your claim will be proven right or wrong as soon as you get the truss details from book 7.
    I tend to think that the trusses will be mixed in terms of the ends. I stated this on this thread weeks ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by gamolon View Post
    Until then, you're done here.
    Far from it. Consider this a prelude. I'll be done when I decide I am done, not when you would rather I was.

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