Department of Engineering Degree

ENEC12007 Structural Analysis

Unit details

Department

: Engineering Degree

Unit Title

: Structural Analysis

Unit Code

: ENEC12007

Perquisites

: PHYS1184 Engineering Physics A & MATH11219 Engineering Mathematics

Campus & Mode

: ACK Mishref, Internal

Unit Weight

: 6 credits

Teaching Staff

: Dr. S. M. Soleimani, Eng. .......................

Contact details

Unit coordinator/lecturer

: Dr. Sayed Mohamad Soleimani

Campus

: ACK, Mishref

: s.soleimani@ack.edu.kw

Phone

: +965 2537 6111

Fax

: +965 2537 6222

Office Hours

: Posted outside the Civil Engineering Department Office

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forces in beams, shear force and bending moments

Apply and explain the method of sections used to determine shear and bending moment at SPECIFIED POINTS in beams

Use and explain the application of shear and bending moment DIAGRAMS to analyse internal forces in BEAMS

Use and explain the application of shear and bending moment DIAGRAMS to analyse internal forces in FRAMES

Analyse determinate beams using the moment area and conjugate beam methods to obtain member deflections

Sketch and explain expected deflection curves for loaded beams and frames and describe the strategy chosen analyse each particular beam

Explain the sign convention used and assumptions made in the moment area method of analysis of deflections in beams

Analyse and determine the slope and deflection of given points on a loaded beam using the moment area method

Explain the sign convention used and assumptions made in the conjugate beam method of analysis of deflections in beams

Sketch the conjugate beam for a given determinate beam and explain how the conjugate beam model was derived

Analyse and determine the slope and deflection of given points on a loaded beam using the conjugate beam method

Analyse indeterminate beams using the force method

Assess problems involving analysis of indeterminate beams and choose a primary structure most suitable for analysis using the force method

Apply unit loads to obtain flexibility coefficients required to solve indeterminate