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# eci130-s96-final - ECI 130 FINAL EXAM Spring 1996 Problem#1...

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Unformatted text preview: ECI 130 FINAL EXAM Spring, 1996 Problem #1 ( 20 pts) Construct the SHEAR and MOMENT w = 1.5 kips/ft 40' Problem #2 g 20 pts) Romstad diagrams for the beam shown. P = 20 kips Construct the inﬂuence lines for the internal moment at (b) and the internal shear at (d). H' a ’, inge‘ f Kg % c d E as. b e 1 0' 40' ' ' Problem #3 ( 60,pts2 Structures 1, 2 and 3 are identical except each has a different boundary condition at D. Analyze each of the structures for the unknown reactions at Q. Each structure MUST be analyzed by a *Analyze one structure by applying the different method. Your Choice! principle of Virtual work and consistent deformations. *Analyze one structure using the moment distribution method. *Analyze one structure using the slope deﬂection method. Each structure has one methd which works better. You make your work much easier and there will be less of it if you use the preferred method for each structure. w: 2kN/m 55—9223” P: SkN L—J“>l2 2‘” 1943'— Structure 1 W = 2 kN/m 2:28 A B C {aka/47 P=5kN 1m 2m > w if}! I‘ 2m.“ 3m I Structure 2 w=2kN/m 0'9?! A B c TIL—\$0.7? =5kN 2 - __ 1m D m 2123 \ L 2m.l‘ 3m I Structure 3 ...
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