Basic Structures for Engineers and Architects

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Basic Structures for Engineers and Architects

Contents

Introduction  
Acknowledgements 
  1  What is structural engineering?  1
  2  Learn the language: a simple explanation of terms used by structural engineers  10
  3  How do structures (and parts of structures) behave?  13
  4  Force, mass and weight  29
  5  Loading – dead or alive  36
  6  Equilibrium – a balanced approach  43
  7  More about forces: resultants and components  49
  8  Moments  60
  9  Reactions  70
10  Different types of support – and what’s a pin?  77
11  A few words about stability  86
12  Introduction to the analysis of pin-jointed frames  100
13  Method of resolution at joints  105viii    Contents
14  Method of sections  126
15  Graphical method  134
16  Shear force and bending moments  145
17  This thing called stress  175
18  Direct (and shear) stress  181
19  Bending stress  191
20  Combined bending and axial stress  214
21  Structural materials: concrete, steel, timber and masonry  229
22  More on materials  242
23  How far can I span?  249
24  Calculating those loads  258

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