Analysis of Structure

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Dr. Deepak Kumar Sahu

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Code(Credit) : CUTM2370(2-2-0)

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Course Objectives

  • To introduce the basic concepts and steps for reinforced concrete sectional design mainly in accordance with ultimate strength design.
  • To help the student develop an intuitive feeling about structural and material wise behavior and design of reinforced concrete systems and elements.
  • To make the students capable of identify and apply the applicable industry design codes relevant to the design of reinforced concrete members.
  • To become familiar with professional and contemporary issues in the design and fabrication of reinforced concrete members.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand general mechanical behaviour of reinforced concrete.
  • Understand the analysis & design of flexural members.
  • Understand the analysis & design of reinforced concrete compression members.
  • Understand the analysis & design of vertical and horizontal shear in reinforced concrete.
  • Analyse the transfer and development length of concrete reinforcement.
  • Understand the analysis & design of types of slabs, footings.
  • Get knowledge about basic principle of pre stressed concrete.

MODULE-1: INTRODUCTION (4Th+2Pra) Hrs.

Analysis of Indeterminate beams: Determination of internal forces at various sections of the beam by using force method (Consistent deformation method), three moment theorems.

Practices Session:

Determination of Shear force and bending moment, at various sections of the beam subjected to different types of loads using StaaD Analysis software.

Identification of point of contraflexure and point of zero shear.

  1. Propped cantilever
  2. Continuous beams
  3. Fixed beams

MODULE-2: ANALYSIS OF FRAMES                                                                (4Th+4Pra) Hrs.

Determination of internal forces at various sections of the portal frames by using displacement method (Slope-deflection method).

Practices Session:

Determination of Shear force and bending moment, at various sections/joints of the portal frame subjected to different types of loads using StaaD Analysis software.

Identification of point of contraflexure and point of zero shear.

  1. Rigid jointed portal frame
  2. Pin-jointed frame
  3. Rigid jointed portal frame with sway

MODULE-3: DEFLECTION IN INDETERMINATE BEAMS                          (4Th+3Pra) Hrs.

Determination of slope and deflection at various sections of the beam by using moment area method and conjugate beam method.

Practices Session:

Determination of deflections at various sections of the beam subjected to different types of loads using StaaD Analysis software.

  1. Propped cantilever
  2. Continuous beams
  3. Over hanging beams

MODULE-4: DEFLECTION IN RIGID AND PIN JOINTED FRAMES (4Th+3Pra) Hrs.

Determination of slope and deflection at various sections/joints of the pin and rigid jointed frames by using Strain Energy method and unit load method.

Practices Session:

Determination of deflections at various sections of the frame subjected to different types of loads using StaaD Analysis software.

  1. Rigid jointed portal frame
  2. Pin-jointed frame
  3. Rigid jointed portal frame with sway

MODULE-5: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS USING FLEXIBILITY MATRIX METHOD (4Th+4Pra) Hrs.

Properties of flexibility matrix, Development of flexibility matrix for various cases, Analysis of different types of beams and frames by using Flexibility matrix approach.

Practices Session:

Flexibility coefficients and their use in formulation of compatibility equations using MAT LAB.

  1. Continuous beam
  2. Propped Cantilever
  3. Pin-jointed frame
  4. Rigid jointed portal frame

MODULE-6: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS USING STIFFNESS MATRIX METHOD (6Th+4Pra) Hrs.

Properties of stiffness matrix, Development of stiffness matrix for various cases, Analysis of different types of beams and frames by using stiffness matrix approach.

Practices Session:

Stiffness coefficients for prismatic members and their use for formulation of equilibrium equation using MATLAB including the effect of settlement of supports.

  1. Continuous beam
  2. Propped Cantilever
  3. Pin-jointed frame
  4. Rigid jointed portal frame

MODULE-7: ANALYSIS AND CHECK FOR SAFETY                                     (4Th+4Pra) Hrs.

Analysis checks, Post design checks, Pushover analysis, response spectrum analysis, time history analysis.

Practices Session:

1.Mass (Weight) Irregularity check as per the code

2.Story Displacement, Story Drift checks as per code

3.Modal Analysis Case [ Eigen or Ritz Vectors], Time period

4.Time History Analysis

Text Books:

  1. 1. Matrix method in Structural Analysis, Pandit & Gupta; Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.
  2. Structural Mechanics Vol. II, Junnarkar S.B; Charotar Publishers, 2008.

Reference Books:

  1. Modern Methods in Structural Analysis, B.N. Thadani & J.P. Desai;Weinall Book Corporation, 1998.
  2. Basic Structural Analysis, Reddy C.S; Tata McGraw Hill, 2004.
  3. Intermediate Structural analysis, Wang C.K., Tata McGraw Hill. 2010.
  4. Structural Analysis, L.S.Negi & R.S. Jangid, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
  5. Structural Analysis Vol. I and II, Gupta & Pandit, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008
  6. Analysis of Framed Structure, Gare & Weaver, CBS Publication, 2nd Edition
  7. Structural Analysis Volume – I , Devdas Menon, Narosa Publication
  8. Structural Analysis Volume – I, Bhavikatti, 3rd edition, Vikas Publishers.
  9. Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Tata McGraw Hill
  10. Theory of Structures, Timoshenko & Young, Tata McGraw Hill.

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