# Structural Analysis 1

• Construction & Building Engineering |

#### Description

Definition of a structure, its support conditions and its various structural forms in addition to various loading conditions that a structure must support. Study the stability and determinacy of structures. Calculation of reaction forces. Basic concepts of structural analysis. Calculation of the internal forces (normal forces, shear forces and bending moments) and its distribution on statically determinate beams, frames and arches. Member forces in trusses. Influence lines and its use to calculate the maximum response s in structures.

#### Program

Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering

#### Objectives

• The course objective is to give students the basic understanding of the structural analysis of statically determinate structures.

#### Textbook

Data will be available soon!

#### Course Content

content serial Description
1Week No.1: Introduction to structural analysis, scope, the definition of a structure, its forms, supports and loads.
2Week No.2: Basic concepts of structural analysis. Study the stability and determinacy of structures. Equilibrium, Free-body diagram, Reaction forces, Worked examples.
3Week No.3: Internal Forces, sign convection, Relationships between load, shear & bending moment. Methods of calculation of internal forces, Worked examples(1&2).
4Week No.4: Internal Forces, sign convection, Relationships between load, shear & bending moment. Methods of calculation of internal forces, Worked examples(1&2). continue
5Week No.5: Internal forces in simple beams subjected to concentrated & uniformly distributed loads, Worked examples.
6Week No.6: Internal forces in simple beams subjected to non-uniform distributed loads. Worked examples.
7Week No.7: Internal forces in compound beams Principle of superposition. Worked examples & 7th week examination.
8Week No.8: Internal forces in inclined beams. Worked examples.
9Week No.9: Internal forces in simple, three-hinged, closed, multi-storey & multi-bay frames. Worked examples (1&2).
10Week No.10: Internal forces in simple, three-hinged, closed, multi-storey & multi-bay frames. Worked examples (1&2) continue.rn
11Week No.11: Internal forces in arches. Worked examples (1).
12Week No.12: Forces in arches. Worked examples & 12th week examination (2).
13Week No.13: Member forces in statically determinate planar trusses. Worked examples (1&2).
14Week No.14:Member forces in statically determinate planar trusses. Worked examples (1&2). continue
15Week No.15: Influence lines and its use to calculate the maximum response s in statically determinate beams and trusses. Worked examples.
16Week No.16:Final Exam.

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