12-17-2021, 06:27 PM

Introduction to Structural Analysis

Author(s)/Editor(s): Debabrata Podder; Santanu Chatterjee | Size: 24.5 MB| Format: PDF| Quality: Original preprint| Publisher: CRC Press| Year: 2021| pages: 513 | ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-0367532727 ISBN-10: 0367532727

This book cover principles of structural analysis without any requirement of prior knowledge of structures or equations. Starting from the basic principles of equilibrium of forces and moments, all other subsequent theories of structural analysis have been discussed logically. Divided into two major parts, this book discusses basics of mechanics and principles of degrees of freedom upon which the entire paradigm rests followed by analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures. Energy method of structural analysis is also included. Worked out examples are provided in each chapter to explain the concept and to solve real life structural analysis along with solutions manual. Aimed at undergraduate/senior undergraduate students in civil, structural and construction engineering, it:

Deals with basic level of the structural analysis (i.e., types of structures and loads, material and section properties up to the standard level including analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures)

Focuses on generalized coordinate system, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics, as an alternative form of studying the subject

Introduces structural indeterminacy and degrees of freedom with large number of worked out examples

Covers fundamentals of matrix theory of structural analysis

Reviews energy principles and their relationship to calculating structural deflections

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