Structural Analysis: Skills for Practice Plus Mastering Engineering with Pearson Etext -- Access Card Package [Mixed media product]

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  • Sērija : What's New in Engineering
  • Izdošanas datums: 13-Jun-2019
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  • ISBN-10: 0134857941
  • ISBN-13: 9780134857947
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  • Sērija : What's New in Engineering
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  • Izdevniecība: Pearson
  • ISBN-10: 0134857941
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Teach students to develop their intuition and the habit of evaluating their results

Structural Analysis: Skills for Practice encouragesengineering students to develop their intuition and the habit of evaluating the reasonableness of structural analysis results. The author presents examples and homework problems that incorporate a consistent thought process structure–guess, calculate, and evaluate their results–helping students develop the metacognitive skill of thinking about their own thought process. The text presents content not seen in other structural analysis books that students need to know to pass their licensure exam and frames ideas in the context of how they will apply it on the job. Drawing upon the evaluation skills gathered from a six year project with experienced structural engineers, Hanson’s Structural Analysis helps students learn skills to transition from novice to expert faster and become more competent in their careers.

 

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0134857941 / 9780134857947 Structural Analysis: Skills for Practice Plus MasteringEngineering with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package

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  • 0133128784 / 9780133128789 Structural Analysis: Skills for Practice
Preface ix
Motivation for a New Text ix
Homework Problems and Example Structure xi
0 Evaluating Results
1(899)
1 Loads and Structure Idealization
2(80)
1.1 Loads
4(7)
1.2 Load Combinations
11(17)
1.3 Structure Idealization
28(7)
1.4 Application of Gravity Loads
35(14)
1.5 Application of Lateral Loads
49(10)
1.6 Distribution of Lateral Loads by Flexible Diaphragm
59(8)
Homework Problems
67(15)
2 Predicting Results
82(36)
2.1 Qualitative Truss Analysis
84(10)
2.2 Principle of Superposition
94(4)
2.3 Bounding the Solution
98(4)
2.4 Approximating Loading Conditions
102(7)
Homework Problems
109(9)
3 Cables and Arches
118(52)
3.1 Cables with Point Loads
120(20)
3.2 Cables with Uniform Loads
140(12)
3.3 Arches
152(11)
Homework Problems
163(7)
4 Internal Force Diagrams
170(64)
4.1 Internal Forces by Integration
172(20)
4.2 Constructing Diagrams by Deduction
192(13)
4.3 Diagrams for Frames
205(11)
Homework Problems
216(18)
5 Deformations
234(62)
5.1 Double Integration Method
236(11)
5.2 Conjugate Beam Method
247(10)
5.3 Virtual Work Method
257(20)
Homework Problems
277(19)
6 Influence Lines
296(40)
6.1 The Table-of-Points Method
298(14)
6.2 The Muller-Breslau Method
312(10)
6.3 Using Influence Lines
322(7)
Homework Problems
329(7)
7 Introduction to Computer Aided Analysis
336(36)
7.1 Computer Results Are Always Wrong
338(2)
7.2 Identifying Mistakes
340(2)
7.3 Checking Fundamental Principles
342(8)
7.4 Checking Features of the Solution
350(9)
Homework Problems
359(13)
8 Approximate Analysis of Indeterminate Trusses and Braced Frames
372(64)
8.1 Indeterminate Trusses
374(10)
8.2 Braced Frames with Lateral Loads
384(17)
8.3 Braced Frames with Gravity Loads
401(16)
Homework Problems
417(19)
9 Approximate Analysis of Rigid Frames
436(78)
9.1 Gravity Load Method
438(20)
9.2 Portal Method for Lateral Loads
458(15)
9.3 Cantilever Method for Lateral Loads
473(17)
9.4 Combined Gravity and Lateral Loads
490(7)
Homework Problems
497(17)
10 Approximate Lateral Displacements
514(102)
10.1 Braced Frames---Story Drift Method
516(10)
10.2 Braced Frames-Virtual Work Method
526(16)
10.3 Rigid Frames---Stiff Beam Method
542(8)
10.4 Rigid Frames---Virtual Work Method
550(15)
10.5 Solid Walls---Single Story
565(10)
10.6 Solid Walls---Multistory
575(8)
Homework Problems
583(33)
11 Diaphragms
616(58)
11.1 Distribution of Lateral Loads by Rigid Diaphragm
618(15)
11.2 In Plane Shear: Collector Beams
633(12)
11.3 In Plane Moment: Diaphragm Chords
645(16)
Homework Problems
661(13)
12 Force Method
674(52)
12.1 One Degree Indeterminate Beams
676(15)
12.2 Multi-Degree Indeterminate Beams
691(8)
12.3 Indeterminate Trusses
699(12)
Homework Problems
711(15)
13 Moment Distribution Method
726(66)
13.1 Overview of Method
728(2)
13.2 Fixed-End Moments and Distribution Factors
730(4)
13.3 Beams and Sidesway Inhibited Frames
734(20)
13.4 Sidesway Frames
754(23)
Homework Problems
777(15)
14 Direct Stiffness Method for Trusses
792(62)
14.1 Overview of Method
794(1)
14.2 Transformation and Element Stiffness Matrices
795(12)
14.3 Compiling the System of Equations
807(8)
14.4 Finding Deformations, Reactions, and Internal Forces
815(12)
14.5 Additional Loadings
827(14)
Homework Problems
841(13)
15 Direct Stiffness Method for Frames
854(46)
15.1 Element Stiffness Matrix in Local Coordinates
856(6)
15.2 Element Stiffness Matrix in Global Coordinates
862(6)
15.3 Loads Between Nodes
868(9)
15.4 Finding Deformations, Reactions, and Internal Forces
877(9)
Homework Problems
886(14)
Index 900