On statically indeterminate structures, this course introduces their fundamental characteristics and several methods to analyze them.
This course aims to have students understand mechanical characteristics of high order statically indeterminate structures which takes a major part of building structural system.
At the end of this course, students will
1) have an understanding of the nature of statically indeterminate structures,
2) be able to use the analyzing methods introduced to solve problems.
Statically indeterminate structure, slope deflection method, moment distribution method, direct stiffness method, approximate method using D-value
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
A lecture is given for the first 90 minutes, followed by exercises for 45 minutes. Blackboard is mainly used and handouts are provided as needed.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||statically determinate and indeterminate structures and background assumptions||You can imagine what you should do from the left.|
|Class 2||superposition method for low order statically indeterminate beams|
|Class 3||slope deflection method (1) derivation of slope deflection equations|
|Class 4||slope deflection method (2) analysis of beams|
|Class 5||slope deflection method (3) analysis of frames with no sidesway|
|Class 6||slope deflection method (4) analysis of frames with sidesway|
|Class 7||slope deflection method (5) computational algorithm to make stiffness equations|
|Class 8||moment distribution method (1) analysis of beams|
|Class 9||moment distribution method (2) analysis of frames with no sidesway|
|Class 10||moment distribution method (3) analysis of frames with sidesway|
|Class 11||approximate calculation method using D-value (1) concept of D-value S.F.D. of columns|
|Class 12||approximate calculation method using D-value (2) height of inflection point and B.M.D. of columns and beams|
|Class 13||direct stiffness method (1) stiffness matrices of elements|
|Class 14||direct stiffness method (2) coordinate transform matrices|
|Class 15||direct stiffness method (3) equivalent nodal forces and calculation of section forces of members|
Scores is higher one based on only examination and on both examination(70%) and exercise(30%.)
It is recommended that students successfully complete Structural Mechanics I: ARCS203.