What are some examples of frame structures?

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Frame structure refers to the skeleton which is usually made of steel, wood or reinforced concrete, which is designed to withstand a load in a lightweight economic manner. Some of the structures that use frames are folding ladders, suspension bridges and the roof of a house.
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Frame structures are described as a structure that has a skeleton associated with them. a good example is the structure of leaves they have frames and skin on them.
A frame structure is a structure supported primarily by a frame of wood, skeleton, steel, or toughened concrete rather than by load-bearing fortifications.
A frame structure is a group of elements united to support a load with stability and has a skeleton associated with it. An example is a leaf with frame structure and skin on it while the one without skin on it is called an open frame structure such as a spider web.
A frame structure is the main base of a building or structure. The frame is the support of structure and with out the frame the structure wont stand up.
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