Structural Analysis: In Theory and Practice
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Structural Analysis: In Theory and Practice

by Alan Williams


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Alan Williams, "Structural Analysis: In Theory and Practice"
Butterworth-Heinemann | 2008-12-26 | ISBN: 1856175502 | 624 pages | PDF | 2,3 MB

Structural Analysis Rules of Thumb provides a comprehensive review of the classical methods of structural analysis and also the recent advances in computer applications. The prefect guide for the Professional Engineer's exam, Williams covers principles of structural analysis to advanced concepts. Methods of analysis are presented in a concise and direct manner and the different methods of approach to a problem are illustrated by specific examples. In addition, the book include the clear and concise approach to the subject and the focus on the most direct solution to a problem. Numerous worked examples are provided to consolidate the readers? understanding of the topics.

Structural Analysis Rules of Thumb is perfect for anyone who wishes to have handy reference filled with equations, calculations and modeling instructions as well as candidates studying for professional engineering registration examinations. It will also serve as a refresher course and reference manual for practicing engineers. Registered professional engineers and registered structural

Numerous worked examples are provided to consolidate the readers? understanding of the topics
Comprehensive coverage of the whole field of structural analysis
Supplementary problems are given at the end of each chapter with answers provided at the end of the book
Realistic situations encountered in practice and test the reader's ability to apply the concepts presented in the chapter
Classical methods of structural analysis and also the recent advances in computer applications

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Structural Analysis In Theory and Practice - Allan

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Engineers at all levels of their careers will find the determinate and indeterminate analysis methods in the book presented in a clear, concise, and practical manner. I am a strong advocate of all of these attributes, and I am certain that the book will be successful because of them. Coverage of many other important areas of structural analysis, such as Plastic Design, Matrix and Computer Methods, Elastic-Plastic Analysis, and the numerous worked-out sample problems and the answers to the supplementary problems greatly enhance and reinforce the overall learning experience.
One may ask why, in this age of high-powered computer programs, a comprehensive book on structural analysis is needed. The software does all of the work for us, so isn't it sufficient to read the user’s guide to the software or to have a cursory understanding of structural analysis?
While there is no question that computer programs are invaluable tools that help us solve complicated problems more efficiently, it is also true that the software is only as good as the user’s level of experience and his/her knowledge of the software. A small error in the input or a misunderstanding of the limitations of the software can result in completely meaningless output, which can lead to an unsafe design with potentially unacceptable consequences.
That is why this book is so valuable. It teaches the fundamentals of structural analysis, which I believe are becoming lost in structural engineering.
Having a solid foundation in the fundamentals of analysis enables engineers to understand the behavior of structures and



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