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Structural Systems: Behaviour and Design will provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the behaviour of a wide range of structural systems based on the load-carrying mechanisms involved.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727741332
  • Páginas: 646
  • Tamaño: 19X25
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  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2010

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Contenido Structural systems: behaviour and design 2 Volumes

Structural Systems: Behaviour and Design will provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the behaviour of a wide range of structural systems based on the load-carrying mechanisms involved.

Bringing together a wide array of structural types and covering the behaviour and design of both steel and reinforced concrete (prestressing inclusive), the author employs an integrated qualitative and quantitative approach to the examination of each structural element. Topics are introduced in a logical manner, building on concepts discussed and explained in previous chapters, providing readers with a sound understanding of the universal principles of structural behaviour and enabling them to apply safe conceptual and preliminary designs, whatever design codes they are working with.

The book starts with the fundamental concepts, looking at plane structural systems such as beams, frames, arches and cable structures. In the latter half, the author builds on this, introducing the more advanced topics of spatial structural systems, dynamic behaviour and seismic response, and soil-structure interaction. Each topic is treated in a predominantly practical way and supported throughout with illustrative diagrams, equipping readers with the analytical tools and structural understanding required to undertake the design of complex structures, including bridges, buildings, space covering roofs and foundations.

Structural engineers of all levels of experience will find this an accessible and authoritative text, enabling a solid understanding of structural behaviour without dependence on computer-generated models.

VOL.1 PLANE STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS

1 Introductory concepts


1.1 Loads
1.2 The structural behaviour of basic materials
1.3 Behaviour of a reinforced concrete member under tension
1.4 Behaviour of a prestressed concrete member under tension
1.5 Numerical examples
1.6 The design process and its control
Reference

2 The use of equilibrium in finding the state of stress and deformation (statically determinate structures)

2.1 Introductory concepts
2.2 The handling of internal forces
2.3 Determining the deformations
2.4 Symmetric plane structures
2.5 Grid structures

3 The handling of deformations for determining the stress state in framed structures (statically indeterminate structures)

3.1 Introduction
3.2 The force method
3.3 The deformation method

4 Simply supported beams

4.1 Steel beams (reference material)
4.2 Reinforced concrete beams
4.3 Prestressed concrete beams
4.4 Cantilever beams
4.5 External prestressing
4.6 Design control
References

5 Continuous beams

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Steel beams
5.3 Reinforced concrete beams
5.4 Prestressed concrete beams
5.5 Creep effects
5.6 Composite beams
References

6 Frames

6.1 Overview
6.2 Single-storey, single-bay frames
6.3 One-storey multibay frames
6.4 Multi-storey frames
6.5 Design of sections
6.6 Plastic analysis and design
6.7 Design and check of joints
References

7 The influence of deformations on the state of stress — elastic stability

7.1 Overview
7.2. Buckling of bars
7.3 The influence of deformation on the response of beams (second-order theory)
7.4 The influence of deformation on the response of frames
7.5 Lateral buckling of beams
7.6 Plastic analysis
References

8 Arches

8.1 Basic characteristics of structural behaviour
8.2 Elastic stability — second-order theory
8.3 The girder-stiffened arch system
8.4 The tied-arch system
References

9 Cable structures

9.1 Overview
9.2 Cable—beam structures
9.3 The freely suspended cable
9.4 Prestressed cable nets
9.5 Suspension bridges — the suspended girder
9.6 Stiffening the suspension cable
9.7 Cable-stayed bridges
References

Bibliography
Index

VOL.2 SPATIAL STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS,FOUNDATIONS AND DYNAMICS

10 Grids


10.1 Overview
10.2 Main characteristics of the structural behaviour of grids
10.3 Layout and structural action of skew bridges

11 Plates

11.1 The plate equation as a consequence of its load-bearing action
11.2 Orthogonal plates
11.3 Circular plates
11.4 Skew plates
11.5 Flat slabs
11.6 Folded plates
references

12 Shells

12.1 Introduction
12.2 The membrane action as a basic design concept
12.3 Cylindrical shells
12.4 Dome shells
12.5 Hyperbolic paraboloid shells
12.6 Conoidal shells
References

13 Thin-walled beams

13.1 General characteristics
13.2 The basic assumption of a non-deformable cross-section
13.3 Shear centre
13.4 Warping of thin-walled beams and the stress state due to its prevention
13.5 The bimoment concept
13.6 Two theorems of the bimoment
13.7 Warping shear stresses
13.8 The governing equation for torsion and its practical treatment
13.9 Examples
References

14 Box girders

14.1 General
14.2 Rectilinear girders
14.3 Curved girders
References

15 Lateral response of multi-storey systems

15.1 Introduction
15.2 Formation of the syste
15.3 Lateral response
15.4 Temperature effect
References

15 Lateral response of multi-storey systems

15.1 Introduction
15.2 Formation of the system
15.3 Lateral response
15.4 Temperature effect
References

16 Dynamic behaviour of discrete mass systems

16.1 Introduction
16.2 Single-degree-of-freedom systems
16.3 Multi-degree systems
16.4 Approximate treatment of continuous systems
16.5 Design for avoiding annoying vibrations
References

17 Supporting the structure on the ground

17.1 Overview
17.2 General mechanical characteristics of soils
17.3 Shallow foundations
17.4 Pile foundations
References

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