Final Exam CIVL 23l
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CIVL231
Assignment 6
Critical Loads of Columns, Columns with Eccentric Loads
1
Due Date: 31 March 2017
CIVL231
Assignment 6
Critical Loads of Columns, Columns with Eccentric Loads
2
Due Date: 31 March 2017
CIVL 231: Solid Mechanics II
Quiz #4, March 10, 2017 (problem 1 is required, problem 2 is optional)
Exam is closed book/notes. Calculators are allowed.
Problem 1 (10 points)
Beam AB has a fix support at A and a simple support with a rotational spring at B
CIVL 231: Solid Mechanics II
Quiz #5, March 17, 2017
Exam is closed book/notes. Calculators are allowed.
Problem (10 points)
The hat section shown in Figure 1 has constant thickness t = 10 mm.
1) Calculate the distance, e, from the centerline of the wall
Problem 1 :
(a) Use the method of work to determine the vertical deection at point B.
(b) Use the method of virtual work and determine the vertical and horizontal
displacement of joint B of the truss below. Each steel member has a cross-sectional
area of
The University of British Columbia, Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 228 - Introduction to Structural Engineering
HW2 Due date: Tuesday, March/07
2016/17 Winter Term 2
There are many useful solved examples in the textbook. Also, noticing the solutions
The University of British Columbia, Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 228 - Introduction to Structural Engineering
HW4
For exam2:
Due: 21/March/2017
The exam will cover all the subjects discussed in lectures 1-17 (HW1-HW4), before deflection
analysis.
The University of British Columbia, Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 228 - Introduction to Structural Engineering
HW5
Problem 1:
Due: 21March/2017
In problem 8 of HW3, the truss is made of steel with Fy=300 MPa. Assume the given
truss loads are total
CIVL 210: Soil Mechanics I
Term 2, 20162017
CIVL 210: Soil Mechanics I
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Department of Civil Engineering
Problem Set No. 7
Problems:
1. Consider the nature and causes of the East Abbotsford Landslide that occurred in a sub
CIVL 210: Soil Mechanics I
Term 2, 20162017
CIVL 210: Soil Mechanics I
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Department of Civil Engineering
Problem Set No. 4
Problems:
1. The results of a direct shear test on a dense sand
are shown in the table below. The v
AN INTRODUCTION TO
LIMIT STATES DESIGN
CIVL 331 Steel and Timber Design
By:
Ferya Moayedi,
Salman Soleimani
January 8, 2014
Todays Lecture:
Analysis Vs. Design
Structural Design
Structural Systems
Limit States Design Intro
Reliability and Safety
Int
S.F.Stiemer
CIVL 331 - 02-1 Loading Tables
3/6/2014
page 1 of 22
S.F.Stiemer
CIVL 331 - 02-1 Loading Tables
3/6/2014
page 2 of 22
S.F.Stiemer
Occupancy Loading
From the National Building Code of Canada (abbreviated from Table 3.4 of the Canadian Wood Coun
CIVL 331
12/01/2014
CIVL331:StructuralSteelandTimber
Design
EngineeringDesignProcess
The engineering design process can be defined as a decision
making process using engineering sciences to meet a desired,
measurable goal.
If a product can be engineered w
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Gimme Five
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
This Gimme Five exercise is voluntary.
Find a steel building currently under construction in British Columbia.
State the address and show on Google Map or Google Earth the location.
Capture the screen and create a fil
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Gimme Ten
In order to meet a desired design goal, one uses:
Common sense
Older guys opinions
Engineering sciences
Typical design cycles include:
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If you can reduce costs of a design by 50%, how much can one sacrifice on the
performa
The University of British Columbia, Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 228 - Introduction to Structural Engineering
2016/17 Winter Term 2
Homework #1 Due: Feb./07 (before lecture)
Problem 1:
The pre-cast T-beam has the cross-section shown in Figure 1. W
CIVL228- 2017 UBC
Introduction to structural engineering
HW1 Solution
Problem1
Determine Ix , Sx and Zx of a W690192 using the dimensions of section and compare with the
given values from tables. Then, determine My and Mp for Fy=300 MPa.
Answer:
Dimension
CIVL228- 2017 UBC
Introduction to structural engineering
HW1
Due date: 24 Jan 2017
Problem1
Determine Ix , Sx and Zx of a W690192 using the dimensions of section and compare with the given values
from tables. Then, determine My and Mp for Fy=300 MPa.
Prob
CIVL 231: Solid Mechanics II
Quiz #3, March 3, 2017
Exam is closed book/notes. Calculators are allowed.
Problem
A beam ABC is simply supported by two linear elastic springs at A and B. The beam is supporting a
distributed load of maximum intensity q0 20 k
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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 230 - Solid Mechanics I
Final Examination
December 9, 2013
Instructions
Closed notes and books.
This exam consists of 7 pages including the front page
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Attests to understanding page 1
Question No. 1 (25 marks)
The beam shown below is subjected to a uniformly distributed load of 10kN/m along the full length and a point
load of 10 kN at the end. Plot reas