Why Is the Triangle the Strongest Shape?


The triangle is the strongest shape because a triangular structure subject to tough forces only collapses due to objects fatigue and not to geometric deformation. They are building designs for many structures because of their capability to tolerate large loads without deformation.
Q&A Related to "Why Is the Triangle the Strongest Shape"
The triangle is a very strong shape because of the way it distributes forces around itself. When you rest a weight on an upright triangle, the two slanted edges experience compression
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From my understanding, a pyramid( or triangle) is the strongest shape as the weight gets spread over a larger area, as the are of cross section keeps decreasing from top to bottom
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Triangles are the strongest shape because they have fixed angles. The angles do not collapse like the angles of a square do. Triangles are used to make a truss - the strongest architectural support.
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