Results are consistent in terms of
forces but NOT displacements.
To get consistent displacements,
would need to perform
"incremental" analysis in Part (a).
Rotation values are
from MASTAN
inelastic analysis.
0.029
Results are consistent in
terms of forces
CIVL4440/6440HW#5SolutionSpring2011
Prob.#1
d 1
k
1
d
d
1
T
d
1
T
FlexibilitymatrixrelatesthedisplacementsatthefreeDOF'stotheforcesatthosesameDOF's:
z1
M z1
d
z2
M z2
ForcesanddisplacementsatfreeDOF'sofsimplysupportedbeam:
Freebodydiagrams
CIVL4440/6440HW#3SolutionSpring2011
Prob. #1 (Text book problem 2-15)
Required: Develop the global stiffness matrix using three approaches. To check if stiffness
matrix is correct, use it to determine the displacement at joint a and the bar forces and com
CIVL 4440/6440
HW#2 Solution
Spring 2011
Prob. #1 - Textbook Problems 2.1 (part a and b only)
Part a) Using stiffness equations, calculate the displacement at b. The beam is undeformable.
From equilibrium of the beam, the upward support force at b is equa
Solution
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Exam No. 2
Spring 2011
To ensure that you receive the maximum credit you deserve, please do the following:
1) Write legibly
2) Show all work
3) Provide units on all results
4) Box in final results
55 points
1) The beam shown
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Exam No. 1
Spring 2011
Please write legibly so that you receive the maximum credit you deserve.
Please box in all final results.
25 points
1) The structure shown below consists of three members that are connected together at joint b.