ISBN-10:
0133259862
ISBN-13:
9780133259865
Pub. Date:
01/28/1997
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Analytical Structural Systems / Edition 1

Analytical Structural Systems / Edition 1

by John F. Fleming

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Overview

This book is intended to be used in a set of introductory courses dealing with the analysis of statically determinate and statically indeterminate structures. These courses normally consist of a two-term sequence taught at the junior level in most civil engineering programs.

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ISBN-13: 9780133259865
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date: 01/28/1997
Pages: 704
Product dimensions: 7.25(w) x 9.54(h) x 1.26(d)

Table of Contents

PREFACE viii(1)
COMPUTER PROGRAMS ix
1 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND STRUCTURAL LOADS
1(13)
Introduction and Assumed Reader Background
1(1)
Units for Structural Engineering
2(1)
Mathematical Model of a Structure
3(4)
Sign Convention
7(1)
Structural Loads
8(6)
Dead Loads
10(1)
Li e Loads
11(3)
2 EQUILIBRIUM AND REACTIONS
14(55)
Equations of Equilibrium
14(3)
Global Equilibrium of Plane Trusses and Plane Frames
15(2)
Global Equilibrium of Space Trusses and Space Frames
17(1)
Structural Supports
17(6)
Supports for Plane Structures
18(4)
Supports for Space Structures
22(1)
Stability and Static Determinacy
23(4)
Unstable Structures
24(1)
Statically Determinate Structures
24(3)
Statically Indeterminate Structures
27(1)
Computation of Reactions
27(7)
Equations of Condition
34(7)
Stability, Determinacy, and Indeterminacy
39(2)
Computer Programs SDPTRUSS and SDPFRAME
41(9)
Computer Solution for Example Problem 2.1
44(1)
Computer Solution for Example Problem 2.2
45(2)
Computer Solution for Example Problem 2.4
47(3)
Influence Lines fo Beam Reactions
50(8)
Basic Definition of an Influence Line
51(3)
Properties of Influence Lines
54(4)
Computations of Reactions Using Influence Lines
58(3)
Computer Program BEAMIL
61(2)
Suggested Problems
63(6)
3 ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE PLANE TRUSSES
69(46)
Mathematical Model for a Plane Truss
69(1)
Stability and Static Determinacy of Plane Trusses
70(2)
Analysis of a Plane Truss by Joint Equilibrium
72(8)
Method of Joints
80(3)
Method of Sections
83(3)
Classification of Plane Trusses
86(8)
Simple Trusses
86(2)
Compound Trusses
88(5)
Complex Trusses
93(1)
Zero-Force Members
94(2)
Computer Program SDPTRUSS
96(3)
Influence lines for Plane Truss Member Forces
99(4)
Computer Program PTRUSSIL
103(3)
References
106(1)
Suggested Problems
106(9)
4 ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE SPACE TRUSSES
115(15)
Mathematical Model of a Space Truss
115(1)
Stability and Static Determinacy of Space Trusses
116(1)
Analysis of a Space Truss by Joint Equilibrium
117(3)
Method of Joints
120(4)
Computer Program SDSTRUSS
124(3)
Suggested Problems
127(3)
5 ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE BEAMS
130(50)
Definition of a Beam
130(1)
Axial Force, Shear Force, and Bending Moment
131(7)
Relationship between Load, Shear Force, and Bending Moment
138(2)
V and M Expressions by Direct Integration
140(6)
Shear-Force and Bending-Moment Diagrams
146(10)
Computer Program BEAMVM
156(2)
Influence Lines for Shear Force and Bending Moment in Beams
158(6)
Computer Program BEAMIL
164(3)
Maximum Bending Moment in Beams
167(4)
Shear-Force and Bending-Moment Envelopes
171(4)
References
175(1)
Suggested Problems
175(5)
6 ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE PLANE FRAMES
180(26)
Shear Force and Bending Moment in Plane Frames
180(9)
Computer Program SDFFRAME
189(14)
Sign Con ention for Program SDFFRAME
191(1)
Stability and Static Determinacy of Plane Frames
192(1)
Method of Analysis
193(1)
Member Distributed Forces
194(4)
Computer Solution of Example Problem 6.1
198(1)
Computer Solution of Example Problem 6.2
198(5)
Suggested Problems
203(3)
7 ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE SPACE FRAMES
206(16)
Shear Force and Bending Momemt in Space Frames
206(5)
Computer Program SDSFRAME
211(10)
Sign Con ention for SDSFRAME
212(2)
Stability and Static Determinacy of Space Frames
214(1)
Method of Analysis
215(1)
Computer Analysis of Example Problem 7.1
216(5)
Suggested Problems
221(1)
8 DEFLECTION OF BEAMS
222(69)
Deflection of Structural Systems
222(1)
Differential Equation of Bending
222(22)
Analysis of Statically Determinate Beams
227(9)
Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Bemas
236(5)
Analysis of Nonprismatic Beams
241(3)
The Moment Area Method
244(25)
Moment Area Theorems
244(11)
Bending-Moment Diagrams by Cantile er Parts
255(12)
Nonprismatic Beams
267(2)
The Conjugate Beam Method
269(12)
Support Conditions for the Conjugate Beams
273(6)
Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Beams by the Conjugate Beam Method
279(2)
Computer Program BEAMVM
281(3)
Suggested Problems
284(7)
9 DEFLECTION OF TRUSSES AND FRAMES
291(59)
Deflection Computations by Conservation of Energy
291(17)
External Work
292(1)
Internal Work
293(15)
Deflection Computation's by Castiglianos Theorem
308(6)
Superposition: A Word of Warning
313(1)
Deflection Computations by the Principle of Virtual Work
314(16)
Castigliano's Theorem Revisited
330(2)
FATPAK II--Student Edition
332(8)
Computer Solution for Example Problems 9.1 and 9.5
333(1)
Computer Solution for Example Problem 9.2
334(1)
Computer Solution for Example Problem 9.9
335(5)
Deformed Plots of Space Structures
340(1)
Betti's Law and Maxwell's Theorem
340(5)
Betti's Law
340(3)
Maxwell's Theorem
343(2)
References
345(1)
Suggested Problems
345(5)
10 THE MULLER-BRESLAU PRINCIPLE
350(34)
Development of the Muller-Breslau Principle
350(5)
Influence Line for Reacti e Force for a Beam
352(1)
Influence Line for Shear Force for a Beam
353(1)
Influence Line for Bending Moment for a Beam
353(1)
Influence Lines for Bending Moment for a Frame
353(2)
Influence Lines for Statically determinate Beams
355(3)
Influence Lines for Statically Indeterminate Beams
358(9)
Influence Lines for Trusses
367(12)
Application of the Muller-Breslau Principle to 3D Structures
379(1)
Experimental Generation of Influence Lines
380(1)
References
381(1)
Suggested Problems
381(3)
11 THE METHOD OF CONSISTENT DEFORMATIONS
384(21)
Statically Determinate Versu Statically Indeterminate Analysis
384(2)
Equilibrium Conditions
385(1)
Geometric Compatibility Conditions
385(1)
Load-Displacement Relationships
386(1)
Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures
386(16)
One-Degree Statically Indeterminate Structures
388(1)
Multi-Degree Statically Indeterminate Structures
399(3)
Suggested Problems
402(3)
12 THE FLEXIBILITY METHOD
405(49)
Basic Structural Matrices
405(13)
Global Joint Load Matrix and Global Joint Displacement Matrix
406(2)
Global Flexibility Matrix
408(1)
Local Member End Load Matrix and Local Member Deformation Matrix
408(5)
Local Member Flexibility Matrix
413(2)
Total Structure Member End Load Matrix and Member Deformation Matrix
415(2)
Total Structure Member Flexibility Matrix
417(1)
Global Equilibrium Matrix
417(1)
Matrix Formulation of the Principle of Virtual Work
418(2)
Formulation of the Flexibility Method
420(7)
Computation of Redundant Loads
421(4)
Computation of Member End Loads
425(1)
Computation of Joint Displacements
425(1)
Geometric Compatability Check
426(1)
Summary of Flexibility Method for Statically Indeterminate Structures
427(2)
Analysis of Statically Determinate Structures by the Flexibility Method
429(17)
Computer Program FLEX
429(1)
Development of Influence Lines Using FLEX
446(5)
Modifications to Program FLEX
451(1)
Reference
452(1)
Suggested Problems
452(2)
13 THE SLOPE-DEFLECTION METHOD
454(39)
Basic Principle of the Slope-Deflection Method
454(35)
Geometric Compatibility Relationships
455(5)
Load-Deformation Relationships
460(7)
Equilibrium Relationships
467(22)
Suggested Problems
489(4)
14 THE MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD
493(20)
Basic Analysis Procedure
493(4)
Sign Con ention
495(1)
Fixed-End Moments
495(1)
Member Stiffness
495(1)
Distribution Factor
496(1)
Carry-O er Factor
497(1)
Application of the Moment Distribution Method to the Analysis of Beams
497(10)
Application of the Moment Distribution Method to the Analysis of Frames
507(4)
Reference
511(1)
Suggested Problems
511(2)
15 THE STIFFNESS METHOD
513(34)
Basic Principles of the Stiffness Method
513(10)
Global Joint Load Matrix and Global Joint Displacement Matrix
514(1)
Global Stiffness Matrix
515(2)
Local Member End Load Matrix and Local Member Deformation Matrix
517(3)
Local Member Stiffness Matrix
520(3)
The Assembly Process
523(8)
Global Member End Load Matrix and Global Member Deformation Matrix
524(2)
Global Member Stiffness Matrix
526(3)
Generation of the Global Stiffness Matrix
529(2)
Computation of Member End Loads
531(1)
Example Problem
532(7)
Computer Programs PTRUSS and PFRAME
539(3)
Sample Plane Truss for Program PTRUSS
540(1)
Sample Plane Frame for Program PFRAME
540(2)
Moment End Releases for Plane Frame Members
542(2)
References
544(1)
Suggested Problems
545(2)
INDEX 547

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