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303 CivE Structural Analysis 1 ASSIGNMENT 4 Slope-Deflection Method of Indeterminate Analysis Assigned: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Due: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 4:00 p.m. Notes: Assignments must be done in pencil on engineering or grid paper. Minimum standards of neatness are expected. Show all of your work. 1.) Analyse the frame Fig. 1 using the slope-deflection method to determine all member end...

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303 CivE Structural Analysis 1 ASSIGNMENT 4 Slope-Deflection Method of Indeterminate Analysis Assigned: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Due: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 4:00 p.m. Notes: Assignments must be done in pencil on engineering or grid paper. Minimum standards of neatness are expected. Show all of your work. 1.) Analyse the frame Fig. 1 using the slope-deflection method to determine all member end moments and support reactions. Support D experiences a horizontal displacement of 15 mm to the right in addition to the loading shown. Assume EI is 20,000 for kNm2 all members. 2.) Analyse the frame in Fig. 2 using the slope-deflection method to determine all member end forces and support reactions. Assume EI is 10,000 kNm2 for all members. 3.) Using your solution from Question 2.), determine the magnitude and direction of the horizontal force, FB, that would need to be applied at Joint B to prevent the frame from swaying. C 2m 35kN/m 3m B 500 kN 1m D B C 5m 2m D = 15 mm 4m 5m D A A Fig. 1 Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering University of Waterloo Fig. 2 Winter 2012
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