Chapter 8: Project Scheduling (we will cover only Sections 8.1-8.11)
OBJECTIVES
Understand the use of Bar Charts in project scheduling and control.
Understand the use of Network Analysis in project scheduling and control.
Understand precedence diagrams
Chapter 17: Cost Control (Section 17.7 only)
OBJECTIVES
Understand how S-curves are used for project progress reporting.
Understand the Earned Value Method and how it is used to show project cost and schedule
status.
NOTE:
we will cover only Section 17.
Chapter 16: Estimating Process
OBJECTIVES
Understand different types of cost estimates.
Understand how to use cost indexes.
Understand how to prepare parametric preliminary cost estimates.
Understand the steps involved in preparing detailed cost estim
Chapter 7: Project Planning (we will cover only sections 7.1 & 7.5)
OBJECTIVES
Become familiar with the concept of a Building Information Model (pp. 105-106)
Understand the three functions involved in managing a project.
Understand work breakdown struc
Chapter 9: Scheduling Linear Operations (Sections 9.4 & 9.5)
Note: In Chapter 9 we will cover only Linear Scheduling Models (LSM), Sections 9.4-9.5.
You are not responsible for the material on PERT in Sections 9.1-9.3, or Line of
Balance (LOB) in Sections
1. Answer Review Question 15.6 in your text.
Answer the following questions true or false:
a. Some state laws authorize use of closed shops: FALSE
b. A union can legally strike a job site in order to enforce the provision of a subcontractor clause: FALSE
Chapter 17: Cost Control (Section 17.7 only)
OBJECTIVES
Understand how S-curves are used for project progress reporting.
Understand the Earned Value Method and how it is used to show project cost and schedule
status.
NOTE:
we will cover only Section 17.
P9.32
Use the virtual work method using visual integration and only bending deformations to find the vertical
deflection and rotation at B.
,
. Use Superposition
9 Ch Page 33
P9.37
Use the virtual work method using visual integration and only bending defo
P9.9
Use the virtual work method with conventional integration and only bending deformations to determine the
vertical deflection and rotation at point B.
Virtual Structure - 1
Virtual Structure - 2
9 Ch Page 9
P9.17
Use the virtual work method with conve
P6.70
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 74
P6.71
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 75
P6.76
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown. (You will fir
P9.24
Use the virtual work method with conventional integration and only bending deformations to determine
the vertical deflection at point A and the horizontal deflection at point C.
Virtual structure 1
Virtual structure 2
9 Ch Page 24
P9.25
Use the virt
P15.10
Use the vertical approximate analysis to generate the moment diagrams for all of the beams and also for
column BFJ. Assume the PIs for the outer beams are at one-tenth the length of the beams and that the PIs are
at one-twentieth of the span length
P9.1
For the truss shown, use the virtual work method to determine the deflection of each of the joints
indicated.
for all members. The cross-sectional areas are given as follows in units of
AB = 7, BC = DF = EC = 2, AD = BE = 4, DB = 6. Find
and
Virtual
P9.25
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P8.5
Qualitatively sketch the deflected shape of the structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to sketch the direction of all reactions.
8 Ch Page 338
P8.13
Qualitatively sketch the deflected shape of the structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to sketch
P8.5
Qualitativer sketch the deflected shape ofthe structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to sketch the direction of all reactions.
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8 Ch Page 5 P8.13
QualitatIVely sketch the deflected shape of the structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to
P6.17
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 17
P6.19
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 19
P6.23
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for t
P7.1
Classify the truss shown as to its internal and external stability and determinacy. For statically
indeterminate structures, include the degree of indeterminacy. (The small circles on the trusses indicate
the joints.)
statically determinate
7 Ch Page
P6.1 (revised)
Determine the internal normal force, shear force, and bending moment in the beam at points C
and D. Assume the support at A is a pin and B is a roller.
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P3.1
For the floor framing system and loads shown in Example 3.3, sketch the loading diagrams for beam
and girder and the load on column B1. Assume the column supports only the single floor shown and
no reductions are taken.
The example indicates a 2-way
P7.55
Use the method of sections to determine the forces in the members indicated. Try to use a single
independent equilibrium equation for each unknown. CH, GH, BC
10.52 k (T)
116.25 k (C)
121.2 k (T)
7 Ch Page 72
P7.59
Use the method of sections to dete
CE 3010 Structural Analysis - Chapter 16
Chapter 16 Influence Lines for Determinate Structures
Influence Lines for Beams
Once Influence Line for a function (reaction, shear, moment) has been
constructed, it is possible to position the live load to produce
P5.1
For each of the structures shown in the accompanying illustration indicate if it is statically determinate,
statically indeterminate (including the degree of indeterminacy), or unstable in regards to outer forces.
For all structures shown, all extern
P2.13
Use the building layout provided. Determine the roof dead load and also the roof live load (in psf) to be
applied to Column B2.
The roof of the building is flat. It is
composed of 3-ply ready roofing on 3
inches of reinforced concrete. The
ceiling b
CE 3010 Structural Analysis - Chapter 16
Chapter 16 Influence Lines for Determinate Structures
16.2 The Influence Line Defined
Influence Line represents the variation of either Reaction, Shear, Moment
or Deflection at a Specific Point in a member as a co
CE 3010 Structural Analysis - Chapter 16
Chapter 16 Influence Lines for Determinate Structures
16.7 Influence Lines Using Qualitative Approach
The MullerBreslau Principle:
Influence Line for a function (shear, reaction, moment) is the same scale as the
de
CE 3010 Structural Analysis - Chapter 13
Chapter 13 Moment Distribution For Beams
Displacement Method of Analysis
13.1 13.4 Basic Concepts and Definitions
Moment Distribution Computational Method to perform analysis of
indeterminate structures.
Developed