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RE: Moment of Gyration

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Seems simple to say it's the square root of (I/A) where I si the moment of inertia about a parfticular axis and A is area.  This is as applied to a transverse section of a member.  I haven't seen this applied to a canopy or a project though.

HTH
MJ

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