# STr-III

```SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BANGLADESH
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
Spring:2019
Course Code: CE 411
Course Title: Structural Analysis and Design III
Credit: 4.0
Batch: RCE 15
Day:
Time:
Mon, Tues, Wed
9.00-10.40 am, 12.40-1.30pm,
12.40-1.30pm
Analysis of statically indeterminate structures by displacement
method:
Slope Deflection Method for beams & frames.
Stiffness Method for beams frames & plane trusses (Stiffness Matrix,
Member Stiffness Matrix, Global Stiffness Matrix, assembly of stiffness
matrices)
Analysis of statically indeterminate structures by force method:
Moment Distribution Method for beams & frames.
Flexibility Method for beams frames & plane trusses (Flexibility
matrix)
Influence line for statically indeterminate structures:
Beams, frames & girders.
Introduction to Tall building structures:
Structural forms and their application (e.g. shear wall, Wall frame,
framed Tube etc).
Rationale: This course has been prepared with the basic principle and
methods in the analysis of statically indeterminate structures. The
analysis method consists of conditions of geometry of the deformed
structure.
1. Indeterminate Structural Analysis by C.K. Wang
2. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures by J.M. Gere
3. Tall Building Structures by Smith and Coull
4. Structural Analysis by R.C. Hibbeler
5. Internet Resources.
Course
objectives
1. Distinguish between stable and unstable and statically determinate
and indeterminate structures
2. Apply equations of equilibrium to indeterminate structures and
compute the reactions
3. Evaluate and draw the influence lines for reactions, shears and
Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
Method of
Instruction
bending moments in indeterminate beams and frame
4. Calculate the deflections indeterminate beams
5. Apply the slope deflection method, Moment distribution method,
Flexibility method and Stiffness method to analyze statically
indeterminate structures

Ability to apply basic principles to solve statically
indeterminate structures and determinacy of structure
 Ability to analyze statically indeterminate beams and frames
by moment distribution method and slope deflection method
 Ability to analyze statically indeterminate beams, frames
and trusses by consistent deformation method and flexibility Matrix
method
 Ability to develop Quantitative and qualitative influence
lines of statically indeterminate beams and frames
 Ability to estimate the deflection of beams
 Ability to explain the different structural forms of Tall
structures
Methodology: Maximum Classes will be based on lecture.
Assessment of students’ understanding at frequent intervals will be
done throughout the lecture by giving them class performance.
Depending on the necessity, practical implementation of the topics
will be incorporated into lecture from internet through multimedia.
Class Format
 Total Class Duration: 15 weeks.
 Total Number of classes: 60 classes; each of
50 minutes duration.
 Mid Term exam: After about seven weeks of class.
 Final Examination: Around eight weeks of
Classes after Mid Term Exam.
 Number of Class Tests: Minimum five in each
semester. It may be more.
Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
Distribution of marks
Marks
Category
%
Mid Term
25% 100
Final Exam
Class Tests (15%)
Attendance+
Performance+
Assignment (10%)
Total
50% 200
25% 100
100
%
400
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
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Topic or Topics to be Covered
Course Overview
Analysis of statically indeterminate structures by Approximate
and Exact methods
Reference
Remark
C K Wang,
R.C. Hibbeler
Introduction to force methods and displacement methods
Qualitative Influence line for Multistoried Building Frame
Qualitative Influence line for Multistoried Building Frame
Introduction to Flexibility Matrix Method
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for beams
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for beams
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for beams
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for beams
Practice session on Flexibility Matrix Method for beams
Quantitative Influence line for statically indeterminate
structures: Influence line for statically indeterminate beams
CT-1
Influence line for statically indeterminate beams
Influence line for statically indeterminate beams
Practice session on Influence line for statically indeterminate
beams
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for truss
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for truss
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for truss
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for truss
Practice session on Flexibility Matrix Method for truss
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for frame
Problems on Flexibility Matrix Method for frame
Slope Deflection Method : Introduction to Slope Deflection
Method
Slope Deflection Method for beams
Problems on Slope Deflection Method for beams
Problems on Slope Deflection Method for beams
Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
CT-2
C K Wang, R.C.
Hibbeler
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
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Mid Term Examination
Practice session on Slope Deflection Method for beams
29
Problems on Slope Deflection Method for beam with
support settlement
30
Problems on Slope Deflection Method for beam with
support settlement
31
Practice on Slope Deflection Method for beam with support
settlement
32
Problems on Slope Deflection Method for frames without
side sway
33
Practice on Slope Deflection Method for frames without
side sway
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Problem on session on Slope Deflection for frames with
sideway
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Problem on Slope Deflection for frames with sideway
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Practice session on Slope Deflection Method for frames
with sideway
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Problem on Slope Deflection for frames with support
settlement
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Problem on Slope Deflection for frames with support
settlement
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Moment Distribution Method for beams
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Problems on Moment Distribution Method for beams
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Problems on Moment Distribution Method for beams
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Problems on Moment Distribution Method for beams with
support settlement
Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
CT-4
C K Wang, R.C.
Hibbeler
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
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Problems on Moment Distribution Method for beams with
support settlement
44
Moment Distribution Method for frames
45
Problems on Moment Distribution Method for frames
without side sway
46
Problems on Moment Distribution Method for frames with
side sway
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Stiffness Matrix Method: Introduction to Stiffness Matrix
Method
Stiffness Matrix Method for beams, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Stiffness Matrix Method for beams, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Stiffness Matrix Method for Beam, assembly of stiffness
matrices
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Practice session on Stiffness Matrix Method for Beam
Stiffness Matrix Method for Frame, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Stiffness Matrix Method for Frame , assembly of stiffness
matrices
Practice session on Stiffness Matrix Method for Frame
Stiffness Matrix Method for Truss, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Stiffness Matrix Method for Truss, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Stiffness Matrix Method for Truss, assembly of stiffness
matrices
Practice session on Stiffness Matrix Method for Truss
Introduction to Tall building structures: Structural
frames of Tall buildings ,Concept of tall structure, Structural
forms and their application, Different structural forms (shear
wall structures, tube structures, etc.)
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Presentation on Tall Building by Students
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Review on Final term Syllabus
Internet Resources
Note: Depending on the prevailing situation, date may be changed.
If any class misses because of government holiday, that class will be rescheduled after discussing with the students.
---------------------------------------------Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
Department of Civil Engineering
Course plan
Signature of the Course Instructor
Ability to
develop
Quantitative
and
qualitative
influence
lines of
statically
indeterminate
beams and
frames
Ability to
estimate the
deflection of
trusses
Ability to
explain the
different
structural
forms of Tall
structures
Amrita Das
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering, SUB
Mail: [email protected]
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