Balsa Wood Bridge

Balsa Wood Bridge

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A balsa wood bridge breaks after holding a maximum mass of 40.37 kilograms.

The failure of the bridge's roadway is the reason for the overall failure of the bridge.

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Balsa Wood Bridge

Balsa wood bridge is a simple bridge structure made of small individual pieces or sticks of balsa wood. Balsa wood bridge building is an educational technology that promote practical application of knowledge that students learned during a section or unit covering a related physics or engineering topic. Out of the all possible variations of small-scale bridge building, balsa wood bridges are most advanced, most difficult to build but also capable of carrying incredible weights.

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