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Basic Structural – CIVE 335 A review of basic Structural Engineering (U.S. units are used) The material in this presentation covers a significant portion of Chapter 2 in the textbook. head2right Forces head2right Stress & Strain head2right Hooke’s Law & Elastic Limit head2right Modulus of Elasticity head2right Stress Formula head2right Elongation 1 E. R. DesOrmeaux, P.E., ASCE
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Tables A List of Tables in the textbook, Ambrose 10 th Edition 1. Table 2.1 p. 44 Select Values for Common Structural Materials 2. Table 5.1 p. 175 Lumber - Design Values for Shear in F b F t F v and E 3. Table A.8 p. 622 Properties of Structural Lumber S (in 3) I (in 4) W (wt) A (area) 4. Figure 3.25 p. 94 Values for typical beam loadings & support conditions (formulas for M, V, Δ , ETL (Equivalent Uniform Load) 5. Figure A.11 p. 611 Properties of various geometric shapes A (in 2) I (in 4) S (in 3) r = radius of gyration 2
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Hooke’s Law Hooke’s Law head2right A deformation in a body is directly proportional to the stress placed on it. head2right is applicable until a body has been subjected to its Yield Stress. 3
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Elastic Limit Elastic Limit: The yield strength or yield point of a material is defined in
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