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"In order to achieve greater stability and structural efficiency, engineers use nature as an inspiration for their design. Considering the level of sustainability in biological systems, they analyze their structural behavior, browse for compatible analogies with technical systems, abstract the observed physical and mechanical principles, and implement these principles into the final product. This process defines the bionic design approach. The term “bionics” refers to the scientific discipline that addresses the transfer of properties from biology to technology." - Ismail Hmidet, Bionic Design: Architectural Innovations Inspired by Nature, 2020.
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Plate girder is an economical choice for long spans construction. I-section steel plate girder typically has a deep web to maximize its shear capacity and flange separation, yet thin web to minimize the self-weight. Due to its large height-to-thickness (h/tw) ratio, transverse stiffeners may be required to stiffen the slender web.
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