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• Structural analysis:
• structural elements
• joints and supports
• stability
• rigidity and static indeterminacy
• kinematic indeterminacy
• direct actions
• response:
• equilibrium
• compatibility
• force-displacement relations
• levels of analysis
• analysis of statically determinate structures (trusses, beams, frames)
• applications of principle of virtual work and displacement-based and force-basedenergy principles
• deriving stiffness and flexibility coefficients
• Indeterminate structures
• Force methods:
• Statically indeterminate structures
• method of consistent deformations
• theorem of least work
• Displacement Methods:
• Kinematically indeterminate structures
• slope-deflection method
• moment distribution method
• Matrix concepts and Matrix analysis of structures:
• Matrix
• vector
• basic matrix operations
• rank
• solution of linear simultaneous equations
• eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
• coordinate systems
• displacement and force transformation matrices.
• element and structure stiffness matrices.
• Element and structure flexibility matrices
• stiffness and flexibility approaches.
• Matrix analysis of structures with axial elements:
• Axial stiffness and flexibility
• stiffness matrices for an axial element (two dof)
• plane truss element (four dof) and space truss element (six dof);
• One-dimensional axial structures:
• Analysis by conventional stiffness method (two dof per element) and reduced element stiffness method (single dof)
• Analysis by flexibility method
• Plane trusses:
• Analysis by conventional stiffness method (four dof per element) and reduced element stiffness method (single dof)
• Analysis by flexibility method.
• Space trusses:
• Analysis by conventional stiffness method (six dof per element) and reduced element stiffness method (single dof).
• Matrix analysis of beams and grids
• Conventional stiffness method for beams:
• Beam element stiffness (four dof)
• generation of stiffness matrix for continuous beam
• dealing with internal hinges
• hinged and guided-fixed end supports
• accounting for shear deformations
• Reduced stiffness method for beams:
• Beam element stiffness (two dof)
• dealing with moment releases
• hinged and guided-fixed end supports
• Flexibility method for fixed and continuous beams:
• Force transformation matrix
• element flexibility matrix
• solution procedure (including support movements)
• Stiffness method for grids:
• Torsional stiffness of grid element and advantage of torsion release
• analysis by conventional stiffness method using grid element with six dof
• analysis by reduced stiffness method (three dof per element).
• Matrix analysis of plane and space frames:
• Element stiffness (six dof)
• generation of structure stiffness matrix and solution procedure
• dealing with internal hinges and various end conditions.
• Reduced stiffness method for plane frames:
• Element stiffness (three dof)
• ignoring axial deformations
• dealing with moment releases
• hinged and guided-fixed end supports.
• Flexibility method for plane frames:
• Force transformation matrix
• element flexibility matrix
• solution procedure (including support movements)
• Ignoring axial deformations.
• Stiffness method for space frames:
• Element stiffness matrix of space frame element with 12 dof and 6 dof
• coordinate transformations
• analysis by reduced stiffness method (six dof per element).
• Analysis of elastic instability and second-order effects
• Effects of axial force on flexural stiffness:
• Review of buckling of ideal columns
• flexural behaviour and stiffness measures for beam-columns - braced and unbraced
• under axial compression.
• Solution by slope deflection method:
• Slope deflection equations for prismatic beam columns using stability functions
• modifications for pinned and guided-fixed-end conditions
• fixed-end moments in beam-columns.
• Solution by matrix method:
• Stiffness matrix for prismatic beam-column element
• estimation of critical elastic buckling loads
• second-order analysis