TTE 4201 Transportation and Traffic Engineering
Homework #3
1. Problem 4-3
2. Problem 4-7
3. Problem 4-9
4. Problem 4-10
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5. Problem 4-13
6. Problem 4-15
7. Problem 4-17
8. Problem 4-21
9. Problem 4-22
10. Problem 5-8
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EARTHQUAKES-Causes and Effects
Earthquakes may result from a
number of natural and human
induced phenomena, including
meteoric
impact, volcanic
activity , underground nuclear
explosion, and stress changes
introduced by the filling of
large human-made rese
ESSENTIAL OF STRUCTURAL SYSTEM FOR SEISMIC RESISTANCE
All structural systems are not created
equal when response to earthquakeinduced forces is of concern.
Aspects of structural configuration,
symmetry, mass distribution, and
vertical
regularity
must
be
Structural Properties-Stiffness
The specific structural properties that need to be considered in
conjunction with the three levels of seismic protection are
described as below.
Stiffness If deformations under the action of lateral forces are to be
relia
Vertical Irrgularits (ASCE-05)
Vertical Irregularity:
Structures having one or more of the irregularity types are listed in Table
12.3-2 shall be designated as having vertical irregularity.
Exceptions:
a) Vertical Structural irregularities of Types 1a, 1b
Horizontal Irrgularits (ASCE-05)
M.Sc
in Civil
Engg.
Properties by
of Structural
Materials
by Dr. Rashid HAMEED
Seismic
Design
of-Structures
Dr. M. Burhan
Sharif
1
Horizontal Irrgularits (12.3.3.4)
M.Sc
in Civil
Engg.
Properties by
of Structural
Materials
Seismic design of structures-Intro
Question: What is the significance of this
subject and why it is necessary for Engineers
to make their structures safe against
earthquakes.
The answer is given in the next slides.
M.Sc
in Civil
Engg.
Properties by
of Str
Design of Steel Structures
Prof. Dr. Z.A. Siddiqi, Dr. Rashid Hameed and Engr. Rizwan Riaz
SUBJECT:
DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES
Course No.
Teachers:
CE 313
Prof. Dr. Zahid Ahmad Siddiqi
Dr. Rashid Hameed (Assistant Professor)
Engr. Rizwan Riaz (Lecturer)
C
Design of Steel Structures
Prof. Dr. Z.A. Siddiqi, Dr. Rashid Hameed and Engr. Rizwan Riaz
What is design of structures?
Unknown cross-sectional details are to be determined
Span lengths and basic dimensions are taken from architectural
drawings
Expected
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Tennessee Tech
CEE 3040
Name _
Drained Direct Shear Test
The drained direct shear test measures the shear stress required to shear a soil sample along a
horizontal plane. A soil specimen is placed with a metal shear box or cyl
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
Tennessee Tech
CEE 3040
Name _
Permeability / Hydraulic Conductivity Demo
The permeability or hydraulic conductivity of a soil, k, is the rate at which the flow rate increases
with an increase in hydraulic gradient under lamin
SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD
Derivation-General Case
The slope deflection equation
for general case is derived in
this section.
In general case one end of the
member is deflected by an
amount more than the left
end.
Due to deflection the member
axis is rota
SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD
Submission date 28-12-2013 at TFL during break time
SOLVE ALL THE PROBLEMS ALSO DRAW THEIR SHEAR
FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT DIAGRAMS
M.Sc
in Civil
Engg. - (CE-311)
Propertiesby
of Dr.
Structural
Materials
Structural
Analysis
M. Burha
SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD
Problem-1
Analyze the given beam. Also draw the shear force and the
bending moment diagrams.
80 kN
72 kN
24 kN/m
24 kN
16 kN/m
2m
A
6m
3Ic
B
12m
10Ic
C
4m
2Ic
D
1.5 m
E
M1 = -0.36
M2 =+215.4
M3= -215.4
M4= +147.3
M5= -147.2
M6= +3
SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD-Assignment
Submission Date: 14-12-2013
Submission Venue:- TFL LAB to Mr.
Nadeem during break time through
CR.
M.Sc
in Civil
Engg. - (CE-311)
Propertiesby
of Dr.
Structural
Materials
Structural
Analysis
M. Burhan
Sharifby Dr. Rashid
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Applied
Geology
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
UNIT II [Continue]
Minerals, Rocks and Maps
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
Middle East College- Civil Engineering
Department
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENG
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Applied
Geology
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
In previous unit we discussed the fundamental ideas and principles.
Minerals,Rocks and Maps
What is rock and what are the main properties broadly depends.
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Applied
Geology
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
UNIT II
Minerals, Rocks and Maps
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
Middle East College- Civil Engineering
Department
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERING DE
Civil Engineering Department
Applied Geology
CIVL0005
Desk Study
Assignment 2
Submitted By:
Umais Arif
13F11268
Submitted To:
Sharad Deshmukh
1|Applied Geology
2|Applied Geology
Table of Contents:
3|Applied Geology
Abstract:
The zone where the examination
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Applied
Geology
r
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
UNIT IV
Geohazards and Engineering
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
Middle East College- Civil Engineering
Department
CIVL 0005 Applied Geology
CIVIL ENGINEERIN