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Civil Engineering Department CIVL 3121 – Structural Analyses I Fall 2008 Current Catalog Description: Analysis of statically determinate structures; reactions, shear, and moment; truss analysis; deflections; influence lines and moving loads. Prerequisite: CIVL 2131; Corequisite: CIVL 3322 Textbooks and/or Other Reqd Matl: Structural Analysis" by Russell C. Hibbeler, Sixth Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2006. Course material and classroom presentations on course website: www.ce.memphis.edu/3121 This course is required Course Learning Outcomes/ Expected Performance Criteria: Course Learning Outcomes POs* Assessment Tools 1. Compute the determinacy and stability of structures. 2. Analyze truss structures a Homework a, b, c, e, g, k a Exam and project a a, b, c, e, g, k b, c, d, e, g, k Exam Exam and project 3. Determine the shear force and moment in beams and frames 4. Determine influence lines for beams 5. Compute deflections of beams using direct integration, conjugate beam and energy methods. 6. Application of analysis concepts to truss and beam design. * Exam and project Projects Program Outcomes Class Schedule: TR class (85-min) meets twice a week. Topics Covered: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Classification of structures and loads Analysis of statically determinate structures Analysis of statically determinate trusses KNEX truss design project Internal loadings: shear force and bending moment Defections: elastic-beam theory, double integration, conjugate beam, and energy methods 7. Wood beam design project 8. Influence lines Curriculum: This course contributes 3 credit hours to the required partial fulfillment of engineering topics culminating in a major design experience. Program Outcomes (Scale: 1-3): a b c d e f g h 3 2 2 1 2 2 3 – Strongly supported 2 – Supported 1 – Minimally supported Prepared by: Professor Charles Camp, December 2008 i j k 2