Properties of Areas-Normal stresses - Axial stress, thermal stress and bending stresses. Shear stresses: Direct shear stress - Transverse loading and torsional stresses, Principal stresses and strains - Elastic deflection of beams - Buckling of columns.


Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering


  • The course objective is to give students the basic understanding of stress analysis of structural elements. It also covers the subjects of calculation of rotations and deflections of such elements and the stability of columns.


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Course Content

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1Week No.1: Properties of Areas.
2Week No.2: Properties of Areas, continue.
3Week No.3: Normal stresses - Axial stresses.
4Week No.4: Normal stresses - Axial stresses, continue.
5Week No.5: Normal stresses - Bending stresses.
6Week No.6: Normal stresses - Bending stresses, continue.
7Week No.7: Normal stresses - Thermal stresses & 7th week examination.
8Week No.8: Direct shear stresses.
9Week No.9: Shear stresses.
10Week No.10: Torsional stresses.
11Week No.11: Principal stresses and strains.
12Week No.12: Principal stresses and strains (2) & 12th week examination.
13Week No.13: Elastic deflection of beams – Double integration.
14Week No.14: Elastic deflection of beams – Conjugate beam.
15Week No.15: Buckling of columns.
16Week No.16: Final Exam.

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