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Re: [APD] Re: Remove center brace from 75-gallon
This method of bracing is the most effective way to brace
loudspeaker cabinets. I'm sure it can be equally effective
for aquaria, but teh brace material msut be thick enough.
The stresses it undergoes as the front/back panels tries to
bow will be to try to bow the brace upwards or downwards.
It must be stiff enough to resist that.
Engineers care to comment?
--- Steve Bansee <stevebansee at shaw_ca> wrote:
> The tanks of someone I know who brought his tanks from
> Germany when he
> moved to Canada had braces along the inside front and
> back of his tanks.
> It was a 1" - 2" strip of glass the length of the tank
> horizontally to the front and sides of the tank and
> another piece of the
> same at the back. He said that most of the tanks he has
> seen were like
> this. Don't know if this will help, but maybe the more
> guys/gals will comment on this.
> >From the side of the tank it looks like this:
> |_ _|
> | |
> | |
> The little horizontal dashes are the strips of glass.
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