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Re: Flat Bottom Tank Anchorage

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P1 > >> Fourth fix the tank bottom against vertical displacements, but not
> >> horizontal displacements.



P2 > > If you have horizontal loads you need a horizontal spring or fix
horizontal
> > displacements lest you will get rigid body displacements.

P1 > Taken in shear at the anchorage.

At the anchorage level , If horizontal direction is freed, it will not
produce shear reaction at all., reaction direction occurs wherever you
restrainted that direction .




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