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- Full title: Structural Analysis, SI Edition, 6th Edition
- Edition: 6th
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Aslam Kassimali
- ISBN: 9780357030981, 9780357030981
- Format: PDF
Description of Structural Analysis, SI Edition, 6th Edition:
Readers learn to master the basic principles of structural analysis using the classical approach found in Kassimali’s distinctive STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, SI Edition, 6th Edition. This edition presents structural analysis concepts in a logical order, progressing from an introduction of each topic to an analysis of statically determinate beams, trusses and rigid frames, and then to the analysis of statically indeterminate structures. Practical, solved problems integrated throughout each presentation help illustrate and clarify the book’s fundamental concepts, while the latest examples and timely content reflect today’s most current professional standards. Kassimali’s STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, SI Edition, 6th Edition provides the foundation needed for advanced study and professional success.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Structural Analysis, SI Edition, 6th Edition PDF ebook:
ContentsPrefacePreface to the SI EditionAbout the AuthorDigital ResourcesPart 1: Introduction to Structural Analysis and LoadsChapter 1: Introduction to Structural Analysis1.1 Historical Background1.2 Role of Structural Analysis in Structural Engineering Projects1.3 Classification of Structures1.4 Analytical ModelsSummaryChapter 2: Loads on Structures2.1 Structural Systems for Transmitting Loads2.2 Dead Loads2.3 Live Loads2.4 Classification of Buildings for Environmental Loads2.5 Wind Loads2.6 Snow Loads2.7 Earthquake Loads2.8 Hydrostatic and Soil Pressures2.9 Thermal and Other Effects2.10 Load CombinationsSummaryProblemsPart 2: Analysis of Statically Determinate StructuresChapter 3: Equilibrium and Support Reactions3.1 Equilibrium of Structures3.2 External and Internal Forces3.3 Types of Supports for Plane Structures3.4 Static Determinacy, Indeterminacy, and Instability3.5 Computation of Reactions3.6 Principle of Superposition3.7 Reactions of Simply Supported Structures Using ProportionsSummaryProblemsChapter 4: Plane and Space Trusses4.1 Assumptions for Analysis of Trusses4.2 Arrangement of Members of Plane Trusses-Internal Stability4.3 Equations of Condition for Plane Trusses4.4 Static Determinacy, Indeterminacy, and Instability of Plane Trusses4.5 Analysis of Plane Trusses by the Method of Joints4.6 Analysis of Plane Trusses by the Method of Sections4.7 Analysis of Compound Trusses4.8 Complex Trusses4.9 Space TrussesSummaryProblemsChapter 5: Beams and Frames: Shear and Bending Moment5.1 Axial Force, Shear, and Bending Moment5.2 Shear and Bending Moment Diagrams5.3 Qualitative Deflected Shapes5.4 Relationships between Loads, Shears, and Bending Moments5.5 Static Determinacy, Indeterminacy, and Instability of Plane Frames5.6 Analysis of Plane FramesSummaryProblemsChapter 6: Deflections of Beams: Geometric Methods6.1 Differential Equation for Beam Deflection6.2 Direct Integration Method6.3 Superposition Method6.4 Moment-Area Method6.5 Bending Moment Diagrams by Parts6.6 Conjugate-Beam MethodSummaryProblemsChapter 7: Deflections of Trusses, Beams, and Frames: Work-Energy Methods7.1 Work7.2 Principle of Virtual Work7.3 Deflections of Trusses by the Virtual Work Method7.4 Deflections of Beams by the Virtual Work Method7.5 Deflections of Frames by the Virtual Work Method7.6 Conservation of Energy and Strain Energy7.7 Castigliano’s Second Theorem7.8 Betti’s Law and Maxwell’s Law of Reciprocal DeflectionsSummaryProblemsChapter 8: Influence Lines8.1 Influence Lines for Beams and Frames by Equilibrium Method8.2 Muller-Breslau’s Principle and Qualitative Influence Lines8.3 Influence Lines for Girders with Floor Systems8.4 Influence Lines for Trusses8.5 Influence Lines for DeflectionsSummaryProblemsChapter 9: Application of Influence Lines9.1 Response at a Particular Location Due to a Single Moving Concentrated Load9.2 Response at a Particular Location Due to a Uniformly Distributed Live Load9.3 Response at a Particular Location Due to a Series of Moving Concentrated Loads9.4 Absolute Maximum ResponseSummaryProblemsChapter 10: Analysis of Symmetric Structures10.1 Symmetric Structures10.2 Symmetric and Antisymmetric Components of Loadings10.3 Behavior of Symmetric Structures under Symmetric and Antisymmetric Loadings10.4 Procedure for Analysis of Symmetric StructuresSummaryProblemsPart 3: Analysis of Statically Indeterminate StructuresChapter 11: Introduction to Statically Indeterminate Structures11.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Indeterminate Structures11.2 Analysis of Indeterminate StructuresSummaryChapter 12: Approximate Analysis of Rectangular Building Frames12.1 Assumptions for Approximate Analysis12.2 Analysis for Vertical Loads12.3 Analysis for Lateral Loads-Portal Method12.4 Analysis for Lateral Loads-Cantilever MethodSummaryProblemsChapter 13: Method of Consistent Deformations-Force Method13.1 Structures with a Single Degree of Indeterminacy13.2 Internal Forces and Moments as Redundants13.3 Structures with Multiple Degrees of Indeterminacy13.4 Support Settlements, Temperature Changes, and Fabrication Errors13.5 Method of Least WorkSummaryProblemsChapter 14: Influence Lines for Statically Indeterminate Structures14.1 Influence Lines for Beams and Trusses14.2 Qualitative Influence Lines by Muller-Breslau’s PrincipleSummaryProblemsChapter 15: Slope-Deflection Method15.1 Slope-Deflection Equations15.2 Basic Concept of the Slope-Deflection Method15.3 Analysis of Continuous Beams15.4 Analysis of Frames without Sidesway15.5 Analysis of Frames with SideswaySummaryProblemsChapter 16: Moment-Distribution Method16.1 Definitions and Terminology16.2 Basic Concept of the Moment-Distribution Method16.3 Analysis of Continuous Beams16.4 Analysis of Frames without Sidesway16.5 Analysis of Frames with SideswaySummaryProblemsChapter 17: Introduction to Matrix Structural Analysis17.1 Analytical Model17.2 Member Stiffness Relations in Local Coordinates17.3 Coordinate Transformations17.4 Member Stiffness Relations in Global Coordinates17.5 Structure Stiffness Relations17.6 Procedure for AnalysisSummaryProblemsAppendix A: Areas and Centroids of Geometric ShapesAppendix B: Review of Matrix AlgebraAppendix C: Computer SoftwareAppendix D: Three-Moment EquationBibliographyAnswers to Selected ProblemsIndex