25 POINTS That Prove NIST a Fraud

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WTC 7 – THE THIRD SKYSCRAPER

  1. OMISSION OF GIRDER STIFFENERS SHOWN ON FRANKEL DRAWING #9114
    Technical Statement: NIST maintains that WTC 7 collapsed due to fire acting upon the 13th
    floor A2001 girder between columns 79 and 44 and the beams framing into it from the east.
    They said that the beams expanded by 5.5” (revised in June 2012 to 6.25”), broke the girder
    erection bolts, and pushed this girder off its column 79 seat. This girder fell to floor 12,
    which then precipitated a cascade of floor failures from floor 12 down to floor 5, and
    column 79 then became unsupported laterally, causing it to buckle. It is then said that
    column 79’s buckling caused the upper floors to cascade down, which started a chain
    reaction — a north-to-south then east-to-west horizontal, progressive collapse — with a
    global exterior collapse that was captured on the videos.
    The first omission concerns flange-to-web stiffeners on the south end of the girder (A2001).
    See drawing 9114. These omitted stiffeners would prevent the girder flange from folding
    when the girder web moved beyond the seat, requiring twice the possible expansion of the
    beams framing into the girder from the east to move the girder far enough to the west for it
    to fall off its seat.
    References:
    ? Frankel Shop Drawing #9114 https://www.dropbox.com/s/r009pjr3qhduyjg/9114.TIF?dl=0
    o Girder_A2001_Stiffeners_Plan_HL
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/jnt2f9i2vnm0wa3/Girder_A2001_Stiffeners_Plan.jpg?dl=0
    o Girder_A2001_Stiffeners_Elevation_HL
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/uy7cehcn2saorh1/Girder_A2001_%20Stiffeners_Elevation.jpg?dl=0
  2. OMISSION OF THREE LATERAL SUPPORT BEAMS ON THE 13TH FLOOR G3005 BEAM
    Technical Statement: NIST omitted three lateral support beams from the exterior frame to
    the north-most beam (G3005) framing into the A2001 girder between columns 44 and 79
    from the east. The NIST WTC 7 report contains a second possible failure initiation
    mechanism, where G3005 buckles and causes the other four beams framing into the girder
    from the east (A3004, B3004, C3004, and K3004) to also buckle, lose their load-carrying
    capability, collapse downward, and rock (pull) the girder off its seats back to the east. When
    these lateral support beams are excluded in the NIST analysis, the beam slenderness is
    increased by 16 times, and this reduces the actual buckling load to 6% of what it would have
    been in reality. Analysis with the lateral support beams included shows that the beam
    would not buckle and that it would actually deflect the girder and put the other four beams
    in tension, eliminating any chance of them buckling, as beams and columns need to be in
    compression in order to buckle.
    References:
    ? Frankel Shop Drawing #3005 https://www.dropbox.com/s/qoikgin4l8x0yub/3005.TIF?dl=0
    ? Frankel Shop Drawing #3007 https://www.dropbox.com/s/f9n62mr3c1mdvqs/3007.TIF?dl=0
    3
    Rev. 4/9/15
    ? Frankel Shop Drawing #9150 https://www.dropbox.com/s/2fne2vd75p0yjcy/9150.TIF?dl=0
    ? Frankel Erection Drawing #E12/13
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/0rw4w6hc1ih8g2t/Erection_Drawing_1213.jpg?dl=0

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