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ICE Textbooks provide clear, accurate and relevant information on the major principles of civil and structural engineering at a level suitable for undergraduate students worldwide. Divided into easily understandable modules, ICE Textbooks feature worked examples, practice questions and learning point summaries throughout.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727759849
  • Páginas: 250
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2015

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Contenido Structural Analysis

ICE Textbooks provide clear, accurate and relevant information on the major principles of civil and structural engineering at a level suitable for undergraduate students worldwide. Divided into easily understandable modules, ICE Textbooks feature worked examples, practice questions and learning point summaries throughout.

Structural Analysis offers well-explained worked solutions which complement the discussed theory, allowing students to understand the logic behind the solution. This book covers the full breadth of this core topic including detailed chapter on Finite Element Analysis.

Structural Analysis raises the readers’ overall awareness of structural and material non-linearity and equips students with the ability to demonstrate the influence of non-linearity on structural analysis

 
 
 
Produced by the ICE ( Institution of Civil Engineers ) offer clear concise and practical information on the major
principles of civil and structural engineering.They are an indispensable companion to undergraduate audiences providing students with.
 
- A comprehensive introduction to core engieenring topics
 
- Real life case strudies and worked examples
 
- Practice questions,exercises and supplementary online solutions available
 
- Key learning aims and chapter summaries
 
- Further reading suggestions
 
Contents
 
Introduction

 

1.1 Aims and purpose
1.2.Structures
1.3. Purposes of structural analysis. its relationship with design and assessment
1.4. Basic of structural analysis
1.5. Purpose and content of this book
1.6  Necessary background technical understanding
References
Further reading
 
Statically determinate structures
 
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Principles of plane statics
2.3. Statical determinacy
2.4. Forces in pin-jointed trusses
2.5. Forces and moments in beams and frames
2.6. Forces and moments in arches
Further reading
 
Deformations
 

3.1. Introduction
3.2. Work and strain energy
3.3. Complementary work and complementary strain energy
3.4. Energy methods of deflection calculation
3.5. Principle of virtual work
3.6. Dummy unit load method of delection calculation
Further reading
 
Statically indeterminate structures

 
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Implications of statical indeterminacy
4.3. Flexibility method applied to pin-jointed trusses
4.4. Stiffness method for beams and plane frames
4.5. Beams-the moment distribution method
Further reading
 
Stress and elementary elasticity
 
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Definitions and conventions
5.3. Equilibrium
5.4. Principal stresses int three dimensions
5.5. Maximum shear sresses
5.6. Relationships between stress,displacement and strain
5.7. Strain energy at a point
5.8. Two dimensional idealisations
5.9. Principal stresses in two dimensions - Mohr circle stress
5.10. Failure criteria
5.11. Stresses in beams
Further reading
 
Buckling
 
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Importance of buckling in structural systems
6.3. Buckling of axial compression members
6.4. Buckling of members in bending
6.5. Elastic buckling of plate elements
6.6. Post buckling behaviour
Further reading
 
Plastic analysis

 
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Design philosophies and criteria
7.3. Material and cross-section behaviour in bending
7.4. Equilibrium approach for beams
7.5. Kinematic approach for beams and plane frames
Further reading
 
Behaviour patterns of structures

 
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Load paths in beams and plane frames
8.3. Deformations of beams and plane frames
8.4. Bending of beams and plane frames
8.5. Symmetry in beams and plane frames
Further reading
 
Finite-element analysis
 
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Basic of FE analysis
9.3. FE application
9.4. Basics of computer FE modelling and analysis
References
Further reading
 
 
 

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