The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #6 (due 10/21)
NAME:_
P1 Use method of virtual work
Find the deflection at C; E = 200 x 106 kN/m2, I of beam = 100 x 106 mm4 A
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #2 (due 9/13)
Solve the following problems
P1. Determine all reactions.The pin joint at C can be treated as a hinge.
1
The Uni
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #8 (due 11/11)
NAME:_
P1. Consider serially connected four springs. At the left and right most
ends, they are fully fixed. Eac
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #7 (due 10/28)
NAME:_
From P1 to P2, draw influence lines for the quantities and indicate values
on the influence lines.
P1.
P
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #6 (due 10/21)
NAME:_
P1 Use method of virtual work
Find the deflection at C; E = 200 x 106 kN/m2, I of beam = 100 x 106 mm4 A
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #5: (due 10/14)
Solve the following problems
P1. Use the conjugate beam method.
P2. Use the conjugate beam method.
P3. Use the
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #4: (due 9/30)
P1. Use the double integration method. EI is constant. Derive the equations for slope and deflection for the
be
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #3 (due 9/23)
P1. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for each member of the frame.
P2. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #2 (due 9/13)
Solve the following problems
P1. Determine all reactions.The pin joint at C can be treated as a hinge.
P2. Class
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
Fall 2013
Homework #1 (due 9/6)
1
The University of Akron
Department of Civil Engineering
Theory of Structures
Prof. Gunjin Yun
Course 4300:306
F
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #5
Problem 1
A series of repeated triaxial tests were conducted to determine the resilient
modulus of an unbound granular material that will be used as a
base layer in an asphalt pavement structure.
4300:465/565
Pavement Engineering
Spring 2015
Homework Assignment #6
Yixiang Li
Problem 1
A dynamic modulus (E*) test was conducted on an asphalt mixture specimen measuring 4 in
diameter and 6 in height. Testing was performed at 130oF (54oC) over a range
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #4
Yixiang Li
Problem 1
The data shown below was obtained during a CBR test. Given that the piston has
a cross-sectional area of 3.0 in2.
Penetration (in)
Piston Load (lb)
0.05
30
0.1
90
0.15
195
0.
1. Montmorillonitic clays
Different clay minerals exhibit greater or lesser degrees of swell potential based on their
specific chemistry. Montmorillonitic clays tend to exhibit very high swell potentials due to the
particle chemistry.
2. Finer-grained or
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #2
Yixiang Li
Problem 1
Given a flexible pavement surface layer 8 inch thick resting on a semiinfinite subgrade, compute the surface deflection under the center
of a tire inflated to 90 psi and has
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #3
Yixiang Li
Problem 1
The following axle load measurements were obtained from weighing a Class 9 truck empty and
full:
Given a flexible pavement with an SN of 5 and a terminal serviceability of 2.
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #8
Due Friday May 1, 2015
Problem 1
You have been asked to design a pavement structure for a new interstate highway that will
be constructed in an urban location in Ohio. The interstate will have 3
Pavement Engineering
4300:465/565
Spring 2015
Assignment #4
Due Wednesday March 11, 2015
Problem 1
The data shown below was obtained during a CBR test. Given that the piston has
a cross-sectional area of 3.0 in2.
Penetration (in)
Piston Load (lb)
0.05
30
4300:465/565
Pavement Engineering
Spring 2015
Homework Assignment #6
Due Wednesday April 1, 2015
Problem 1
A dynamic modulus (E*) test was conducted on an asphalt mixture specimen measuring 4 in
diameter and 6 in height. Testing was performed at 130oF (54