P6.5
Write the equations for shear and bending moments throughout the structures shown using the x coordinate(s)
given.
Cut in segment #1 (use the left section)
Cut in segment #2 (use the left section)
0
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P6.7
Write the equations for shear an
P7.4
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 indeterminate to the
P5.3
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
P3.2
For the floor framing system and loads described in Example 3.4, 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 load is 50 psf and the
P6.69
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown.
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P6.71
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 216
P6.76
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown. (You will f
P6.18
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for the structure shown.
6 Ch Page 159
P6.20
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for the structure shown.
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P6.24
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for
P2.14
Use the building layout provided. Determine the roof dead load and also the roof live load (in psf) to be
applied to Column A1.
The roof of the building is flat. It is
composed of 2 inches of reinforced
concrete on 18-gauge metal decking
that weighs
P6.19
Draw the shearing force and bending moment diagrams for the structure shown.
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P6.70
Draw the shear force and moment diagrams for the structure shown.
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P8.4
Qualitatively sketch the deflected shape of the structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to sketch the direction of all reactions.
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P8.13
Qualitatively sketch the deflected shape of the structure shown. Use the deflected
shape to sketch
P7.54
Use the method of sections to determine the forces in the members indicated. Try to use a single
independent equilibrium equation for each unknown. CD, GD, GH
160.0 k (T)
111.80 k (C)
67.08 k (C)
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P7.57
Use the method of sections to det
P12.9
Use the force method (method of consistent distortions) to find the value of the redundant force indicated
for the truss. is constant for all members. Find redundant
. Bar areas are
except diagonals are
.
Primary Structure - gives (N)
Redundant Stru
P16.34
Use influence lines to determine the requested quantities for a uniform dead load of
uniform live load of
and a moving concentrated live load of
.
, a moving
.
for
for
for
Only place live load where IL is negative.
Only place live load where IL is
P16.22
Use the qualitative approach to draw the influence lines for both reactions and the shearing force and
bending moment at section 1-1.
for
for
for
for
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P16.23
Use the qualtitative approach to draw the influence lines for both reactions
P16.2
Use the quantitative approach to draw the influence lines for both reactions and the shearing force and
bending moment at section 1-1. This solution shows the requested influence lines and also the FBDs used
to solve for the requested quantities.
fo
P11.1
Compute the reactions for the given structure using the force-based method. E and I are constant.
Select
as the redundant.
Redundant Structure
Primary Structure
Flexibility Structure
Compatibility Equation
Find deflections using beam charts.
Using s
P11.12
Compute the reactions for the given structure using the force-based method. E and I are constant.
Select
as the redundant
Redundant Structure
Primary Structure
Compatibility Equation
Flexibility Structure
Use the virtual work method to solve for th
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
P2.21
A new fire station is being built in a region where the ground snow load is 15 psf. The surroundings of the
building site can be classified as an exposure B and the roof is sheltered. It is adequately insulated and kept
well above freezing. What is
P2.16
Determine the dead load and live load for a floor in a light manufacturing warehouse/office
complex in which any area can be used for storage. Assume that there will be no ceiling or floor
finish and that the floors are 4-in. reinforced concrete. Al
P2.14
Use the building layout provided. Determine the roof dead load and also the roof live load (in psf) to be
applied to Column A1.
The roof of the building is flat. It is
composed of 2 inches of reinforced
concrete on 18-gauge metal decking
that weighs
l
1
' 3.10: PROBLEM DEFINITION
Air above a long tube is pressurized.
Initial state: paid 2 50 kPavacuum
Final state: pairg '= 25 kPavacuum.
Air space
F'd . ' Flnwj J'JVa .
A:
Will It increase or decrease?
The change in water column height (
2.7 Natural gas is stored in a spherical tank at a temperature of
10C. At a given initial time, the pressure in the tank is 100 kPa
gage, and the atmospheric pressure is 100 kPa ab solute. Some time
later, aer considerably more gas is pumped into the tank
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
CE 3410-001
Lecture: 03
Date: January 19, 2017
Tentative Topics (Fluid Statics: 3.4-3.6)
1. Forces on Plane Surfaces
A description of the pressure at all points along a surface is called a
pressure distribution.
The resul
Chapters 1 & 2:
Difference between solid and fluid from fluid mechanics point of view.
What does viscosity represent?
Effect of temperature and pressure on density and viscosity of fluid.
The concept of continuum in fluid mechanics.
Difference between gag
Construction Industry Institute
Project Materials Management
Primer
Research Summary 7-2
reformatted January 2012
The purpose of this publication is to make available to industry the results of research conducted by the Construction Industry Institute (CI
4.17: PROBLEM DEFINITION
Situation:
A path line is given with velocity as a function of distance and time.
V = 32t1/2, 7 = 0.5m.
s = 2m, 75 = 0.5g.
Find:
Acceleration along and normal to pathline (In/s2).
Apply Eq. 4.5 for acceleration along pathline.
Equ
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
CE 3410-001
Lecture: 01
Date: January 12, 2017
Tentative Topics (Introduction & Fluid Properties)
1. General Discussion
Introduction
Syllabus
2. Introduction to Fluids
Fluid: A fluid is defined as a substance that deform