Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Civil Engineering

Moments of Inertia of Areas

First moment Forces are distributed continuously over an area on which they act, it is often necessary to calculate the moment of theses forces about...
Civil Engineering

Statics of Bending: Shear and Bending Moment Diagrams

Beams are long and slender structural elements, differing from truss elements in that they are called on to support transverse as well as axial...
Civil Engineering

Steel Concrete Composite Columns- Analysis and Design

A steel-concrete composite column is a compression member, comprising either a concrete encased hot-rolled steel section or a concrete filled tubular section of hot-rolled...
Civil Engineering

Stiffness Method of Structural Analysis

The stiffness method of analysis is the basis of all commercial structural analysis programs. The focus of this tutorial is development of these equations...
Civil Engineering

Seismic Analysis of Liquid-Storage Tanks

Large-capacity ground-supported cylindrical tanks are used to store a variety of liquids, e.g. water for drinking and fire fighting, petroleum, chemicals,and liquefied natural gas....
Civil Engineering

Matrix Method of Structural Analysis

Hello friend, how you doing? Well let me tell you about Matrix method of structural analysis.This method is based on the elastic theory, where...

DEFLECTIONS IN DETERMINATE TRUSSES

DEFLECTIONS IN DETERMINATE TRUSSESTrusses comprise of members connected through pin joints. Truss members can thus transmit only axial forces (tensile and compressive forces). The...

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