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psikeyhackr wrote:Your simulation has the level below moving to the left even more than the portion in question moves to the right. Where is evidence for that in the video?
Also that left corner is moving down more than it moves to the right. That is not what it looks like in the video to me.
Doesn't that contradict Occam's Razor just a little bit?
femr2 wrote:It's only a portion of the width of the tower...the core width.
What do you mean ? Increasing the number of dimensions will make very little difference.
psikeyhackr wrote:But if that is the core then the outer edge of the building connected to that core would move downward at the same angle but faster. That video looks like it has the break moving more to the right than down to me.
* The lateral bracing is not included, but would seem to have to break to match this behaviour, as the distance between each column is not constant.
Sounds like you prefer a CC buckling over 2-3 floors too. Imo, it is the only way to explain the huge lateral shift.
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