Better Mechanical Characteristics to Your Buildings
These images illustrate the idea behind the ELESDOPA patent. First two conventional walls are shown, a horizonatal and a vertical wall. The horizontal wall has a very low inertia moment Ix=(bh^3)/12=260.4 but a large contact length L=25. The vertical wall, on the other hand, has a good inertia moment Ix=(bh^3)/12=6510.4 but a small contact length L=5. The ELESDOPA patent has the advantages of both of these walls: a good inertia moment Ix=2[(bh^3)/12+bh*d^2)] = 6635.4 with a large contact length L = 25. All three stuctures shown have equal mass and therefore the material cost is the same.