Homework #1
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics
Write a short autobiography. Make sure there are no misspelled words or grammatical mistakes. The
autobiography should include the following, at a minimum:
1. Where you are from.
2. Why you chose to come to UWP.
3
Virtual Work: Frames
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics
This problem refers to problem 986 from your textbook.
1. In the problem statement, the author says to simplify the problem by considering only the effect
of bending. How does this simplify the problem? I
CEE 3100: Structural Mechanics Spring 2008 Exam #1
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Homework: Sketching the Deected Shape
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics
For problem 464 in your text book (this is the same problem from the previous homework):
1. Sketch the deected shape of the frame.
2. Explain how you used the following to sketch the deec
Steel Tension Design
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics
Using the inuence line from the previous homework (problem 6.63), design member BC using a
steel W-section.
Assume A992 steel (Fy = 50 ksi, Fu = 65 ksi).
The member will be bolted through the anges with
CE 3100 Structural Mechanics Wind Loads
Use the given building details to answer the homework questions:
Occupancy:
Location:
Terrain / Exposure:
The building will act as the southeast regional headquarters,
tea room, gift shop, and museum for the red hat
CE 3100 Structural Mechanics Dead Loads
Problem 1
Formally complete the second problem
from lecture involving the two-way slab
with the following modifications.
3/
4
ceramic tile on 1/2 mortar
cinder concrete, reinforced
2
(a) Draw the shear and moment
d
CE 3100 Structural Mechanics Load Combinations & Column Design
Use the example building in the course pack to answer the following questions. For all three
problems use E = 29,000 ksi and Fy = 50 ksi. The dead, live, snow, and wind loads calculated
for th
CE 3100 Structural Mechanics Floor and Roof Live Loads & Snow
Problem 1
Determine the live load shear and moment diagrams for the beam next to the stairwell (the
same beam used in homework 1, problem 2(a) along column line 13, between B and C). Treat
the
Approximate Frame Analysis
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics Spring 2011
The frame below is subject to the unfactored wind forces shown. In addition, all beams support unfactored gravity distributed loads of 1.0 kip/ft dead (including self-weight). The live l
CE 3100 Structural Mechanics (Spring 2011) Beam Design
For both problems listed below Fy = 50 ksi and E = 29,000 ksi.
Problem 1
(a) Draw the factored shear and moment diagrams for the floor beam used in homework 1
and 2 (Beam 13B-C). Determine the design
Homework: Approximate Truss Analysis
CEE 3100 Structural Mechanics
The truss below is made of steel (E = 29,000 ksi).
1. Use an approximate analysis to estimate the force in members AB, AY, CD, CW, FG, FT, TU,
WX, and YZ.
2. On the course website is a le
CEE 3100: Structural Mechanics Spring 2008 Exam #4
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CEE 3100: Structural Mechanics Spring 2008 Exam #3
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GE 2220: Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Spring 2011 Final Exam
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GE 2230: Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Exam Equations
x=
b
b2 4ac
2a
1 mile = 5,280 ft
ft lb
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= 746 W = 746
sec
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= (energy output)/(energy input)
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dy
v=
=
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= x+ y
dt
dt
dt
v
aavg =
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d2 x
d2 y
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= 2 + 2 = x+ y
a=
dt
dt
dt
GE 2220: Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Fall 2010 Exam #2
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GE 2130: Engineering Mechanics - Statics Spring 2010 Exam #4
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GE 2130: Engineering Mechanics - Statics Fall 2009 Final Exam
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GE 2130: Engineering Mechanics - Statics Fall 2009 Exam #1
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