Discussions in the previous chapter show that if the adaptive structure is statically determinate and the control loading is created by deformation inducing actuators, then (a) aside from the energy needed for causes not modeled in this work, no energy is needed to run the actuators when preexisting element forces are zero, and (b) aside from the unobserved nodal deflection components, none of the other response components are altered by the control loading. These two observations warrant further study of the statically determinate adaptive structures.