Structural Analysis : A Matrix Approach
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Structural Analysis : A Matrix Approach (2Ed)

Author: G S Pandit, S P Gupta | Size: 174 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: McGraw Hill | pages: 587 | ISBN: 0070667357 & 9780070667358

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Structural Analysis : A Matrix Approach

Meant for the undergraduate students of civil engineering, this text on "Structural Analysis" has been updated with units in the SI system. It has been written in a clear lucid style which presents the complex concepts of matrix analysis in an easy-to-understand manner.
Key Features:

It assumes only an elementary knowledge of structural mechanics, briefly but lucidly discusses fundamental concepts of structural analysis.

A unique feature is the combined discussion of the two methods i.e. the force method and the displacement method for each category of structure. This enables their critical comparison and provides an understanding of their merits and demerits .

Before discussing the matrix methods in detail, sufficient information on matrix algebra and a preview of the two main methods is given.






It assumes only an elementary knowledge of structural mechanics, briefly but lucidly discusses fundamental concepts of structural analysis.

A unique feature is the combined discussion of the two methods i.e. the force method and the displacement method for each category of structure. This enables their critical comparison and provides an understanding of their merits and demerits .

Before discussing the matrix methods in detail, sufficient information on matrix algebra and a preview of the two main methods is given.

Table of Content:




Chapter 1. Basic Concepts


Chapter 2. Basic Methods of Structural Analysis


Chapter 3. Determinants and Matrices


Chapter 4. Flexibility and Stiffness Matrices


Chapter 5. Continuous Beams


Chapter 6. Rigid-Jointed Plane Frames


Chapter 7. Pin-Jointed Frames


Chapter 8. Rigid-Jointed Space Frames


Chapter 9. Pin-Jointed Space Frames


Chapter 10. Comparison of Force and Displacement Methods


Chapter 11. Transformation Matrices-Element Approach


Chapter 12. Special Problems and Techniques


Appendix A: Comprehensive List of Standard Result


Appendix B: Answers to Problems

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Structural Analysis : A Matrix Approach

Author: G S Pandit, S P Gupta | Size: 163 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Scanner | Publisher: Tata McGraw - Hill Education | Year: 2008 April | pages: 596 (298double) | ISBN: 9780070667358

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Meant for the undergraduate students of civil engineering, this text on "Structural Analysis" has been updated with units in the SI system. It has been written in a clear lucid style which presents the complex concepts of matrix analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. Features It assumes only an elementary knowledge of structural mechanics, briefly but lucidly discusses fundamental concepts of structural analysis. A unique feature is the combined discussion of the two methods i.e. the force method and the displacement method for each category of structure. This enables their critical comparison and provides an understanding of their merits and demerits . Before discussing the matrix methods in detail, sufficient information on matrix algebra and a preview of the two main methods is given.

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