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# HW12 - 1 Global DOF displacement values ³ ´(you may need...

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University of California, Berkeley Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering Spring Semester 2009 1 CE 121 Advanced Structural Analysis Homework Set #12 (due May 8, 2009) 1. Problem (10 points) The axial deformations are negligible for the frame elements in the structure below. All frame elements have flexural stiffness 𝐸𝐼 = 80,000 and element e has axial stiffness 𝐸𝐴 = 20,000 . Using the displacement method of analysis, determine the following under the given loading:
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Global DOF displacement values ³ ´ (you may need the assistance of a computer or graphing calculator) [4 points] 2. Basic element forces µ [2 points] 3. Location and magnitude of maximum moment in element c [1 point] 4. Support reactions (and confirmation of global equilibrium) [1 point] You should also: 5. Draw the bending moment diagram [1 point] 6. Sketch the deformed shape of the structure [1 point]...
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