I was watching a video and the results found is that the vessel broke at low trim angle,
Actually the low angle break is nothing new, same was stated in the SNAME report from 1998 placing the trim at 15°.
along an oblique crack from aft to forward, that developed first in an area between funnel 3 & 4 and abaft the after expansion joint. They found that the «V» structure missing from the wreck was detached from the forward section as the vessel plunged in a violent rotation toward the abyss. No mention of the list that certainly played a role in the fracture.
All the structure parts were found and numerically assembled back.
Yes the wreckage clearly show that the expansion joint had no part in it (it even did not go into the main hull) as it is often claimed and also disproves the one "show" (Missing Pieces & Achilles Heel) claiming the so called "V" break. The so called 2 tower debris (consisting of several decks with the base of the 3rd funnel & engine room uptake) would not "exist" in that way if the "V" break had taken place.