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Fundamentals of Structural Analysis
Fundamentals of Structural Analysis
Author: West, Harry H. / Geschwindner, Louis F.
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 02
ISBN: 0-471-35556-9
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Type: Print On Demand
Used Print:  $187.00
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Fundamentals of Structural Analysis, Second Edition offers a comprehensive and well-integrated presentation of the foundational principles of structural analysis. It presents a rigorous treatment of the underlying theory and a broad spectrum of example problems to illustrate practical applications. The book is richly illustrated with a balance between realistic representations of actual structures and the idealized sketches customarily used in engineering practice. There is a large selection of problems that can be assigned by the instructor that range in difficulty from simple to challenging.

 
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ORIENTATION.
Introduction.
Basic Concepts of Structural Analysis.

ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE STRUCTURES.
Reactions.
Member Forces in Planar Trusses and Space Frameworks.
Member Forces in Beams and Frames.
Influence Lines and Maximum Load Effects.

ELASTIC DEFLECTIONS OF STRUCTURES.
Elastic Deflections of Trusses and Frameworks.
Elastic Deflections of Beam and Frame Structures.

ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES.
More Basic Concepts of Structural Analysis.
Method of Consistent Deformations (and Other Compatibility Methods).
Slope Deflection Method (and Other Equilibrium Methods).
Moment Distribution Method.

MATRIX METHODS OF ANALYSIS.
Member Force-Deformation Relations.
Stiffness Method.
Flexibility Method.

Appendix: Answers to Selected Problems.
Index.

 

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