Robot vision by Berthold Horn

By Berthold Horn

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The bottom image shows the place where a seesaw breaks when it is subjected to too much stress. Why is the stress greatest in the middle? The answer is that the stress along the beam depends on what engineers call the bending moment, which is a measure of how strongly the force on the beam is trying to bend it at that particular point. 5, top), and a cantilever beam is just half a seesaw from the point of view of an engineer. The value of using the concept of stress becomes apparent when we realize that stresses can vary from point to point throughout a structure and that they have a direction—that is, they tend to stretch the material of the structure at that point (tensile stresses), compress it (compressive stresses), or twist it (torsional stresses).

Photographed by an anonymous photographer shortly after its completion in 1890. The stern solidity of Messrs. Barlow and Arrol, though, was about to be replaced by an almost frivolous lightness that “The Great McGonagall,” as he became known, would never have approved of. 2), built by the British engineer Benjamin Baker at around the same time that Eiffel was designing and constructing his famous tower. Like Eiffel’s tower, Baker’s design was based on a lacelike steel framework in which forces of tension and compression were carefully balanced.

Thy structure to my eye seems strong and grand, And the workmanship most skilfully planned; And I hope the designers, Messrs Barlow and Arrol, will prosper for many a day For erecting thee across the beautiful Tay. 2. Forth Rail Bridge. Photographed by an anonymous photographer shortly after its completion in 1890. The stern solidity of Messrs. Barlow and Arrol, though, was about to be replaced by an almost frivolous lightness that “The Great McGonagall,” as he became known, would never have approved of.

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