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Method of Structural Analysis

1.Static and kinemetic Indeterminancy Statically Determinate Structures Statically Indeterminate Structures Static Indeterminancy Internal static indeterminacy Kinematic Inderminacy 2.Influence line diagram and rolling loads Simply Supported beam Simply Supported beam with Overhang Simply Supported Beam Carrying Internal Hinge Effect of rolling loads Influence line diagram for truss members ILD Inclined members 3.Arches Three Hinged Arches Temperature Effect on three hinged Arches Two Hinged Arches Temperature Effect on Two Hinged Arches Reaction Locus for a Two Hinged Arch Two Hinged Semicircular Arch Two hinged parabolic Arch Eddy's Theoram 4.Method of Structural Analysis Difference between Force method and Displacement method Strain Energy method Strain energy stored due to axial load Strain energy stored due to bendig Strain energy stored due to Shear Strain energy stored due to Shear Force Strain energy stored due to torsion Strain energy stored in terms of maximum shear stress Strain energy stored in hollow circular shaft Castigliano'ss first theoram Castigliano'ss second theoram Bettis law Maxwells Reciprocal Theorem Standard cases Deflection Moment distribution method (Hardy Cross Method) Stiffness Stiffness of beam Carry Over factor Standard cases Distribution Factor (D.F) Relative Stiffness Slope Deflection method (G.A. Maney Method) Slope Deflection Equation Sign Convention 5.Trusses Degree of Static Indeterminacy Truss Member Carring Zero forces Interminate Truss Lack fit in truss Flexibility Siffness

6.Matrix Method of structural Analysis




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