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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II

Published by uLektz

Course Code:RT31012

Author:uLektz

University: JNTU Kakinada

Regulation:2013

Categories:Civil

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Description :STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS – II of RT31012 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by JNTU Kakinada for regulation 2013. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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UNIT I THREE HINGED ARCHES AND TWO HINGED ARCHES

1.1 Three Hinged Arches: Elastic Theory Of Arches -Eddy’s Theorem-Determination Of Horizontal Thrust, Bending Moment, Normal Thrust And Radial Shear – Effect Of Temperature.

1.2 Two Hinged Arches:Determination Of Horizontal Thrust, Bending Moment, Normal Thrust And Radial Shear

1.3 Rib Shortening And Temperature Stresses, Tied Arches - Fixed Arches – ( No Analytical Question).

UNIT-II LATERAL LOAD ANALYSIS USING APPROXIMATE METHODS

2.1 Lateral Load Analysis Using Approximate Methods: Application To Building Frames. i)Portal Method

2.2 Cantilever Method.

UNIT – III CABLE STRUCTURES AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES

3.1 Cable Structures And Suspension Bridges: Introduction, Characteristics Of Cable,Analysis Of Cables Subjected To Concentrated And Uniformly Distributed Loads,

3.2 Anchor Cable-Temperature Stresses-Analysis Of Simple Suspension Bridge. Three Hinged And Two Hinged Stiffening Girder Suspension Bridges.

UNIT – IV MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD

4.1 Moment Distribution Method: Stiffness And Carry Over Factors -Distribution Factors

4.2 Analysis Of Continuous Beams With And Without Sinking Of Supports - Portal Frames – Including Sway-Substitute Frame Analysis By Two Cycle.

UNIT – V KANI’S METHOD

5.1 Kani’s Method: Analysis Of Continuous Beams

5.2 Including Settlement Of Supports And Single Bay Portal Frames With And Without Side Sway.

UNI – VI INTRODUCTION TO MATRIX METHODS

6.1 Introduction To Matrix Methods: Flexibility Methods: Introduction, Application To Continuous Beams (Maximum Of Two Unknowns) Including Support Settlements.

6.2 Stiffness Method: Introduction, Application To Continuous Beams (Maximum Of Two Unknowns) Including Support Settlements.

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