## Structural analysis using computers |

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Structural forms and materials | 17 |

Stress strain and stress resultants | 27 |

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applied loads approximate axes axial force axial load bending moment diagram calculate cantilever carried centroid column compression consider continuous beam corresponding cross-section curvature degrees of freedom develop direction effect elastic element stiffness evaluate Example Figure flexibility flexibility method flexural rigidity frame girder Hence influence line input integration joint kN/m load factor load position material maximum bending mechanism member forces modulus neutral axis nodal coordinates nodal displacements nodal forces nodal loads node number obtain plastic hinge points of inflexion principles PRINT produce rotations Sample results shear force shear force diagram shear strains shear stress shown in Fig sign convention simply-supported solution span statically determinate stiffness matrix stiffness method strain stress resultants structural analysis subroutine symmetry take moments tensile stress tension theorem thin-walled torsion truss uniformly distributed load unit load vertical load vertical reactions vibrations zero