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Structural Analysis

Lectures: Assoc. Prof Daniel Kytýř, Ph.D.
Practicals: MSc. Petr Koudelka

Syllabus

Subject annotation

18SAT is focused on the fundamentals of theoretical background and practical abilities in structural analysis of engineering constructions. During the course, the students will study the main topics listed in schedule of lectures and practicals. Mathematical apparatus taught in courses 11CAL1 and 11LA will be frequently used to solve tasks of this subject.

Goals

The students will gain the abilities for practical structural analysis of simple engineering structures, e.g. various types of beams, truss systems, and chains, including thorough understanding of the related theoretical background.

Prerequisites

  1. Mathematical analysis of functions of one variable: function maxima and minima, derivation and integration of polynomial functions
  2. Linear algebra: solution of systems of linear equations
  3. High-school physics

Literature

  1. F. Beer et al.: Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics, McGraw-Hill, 2015
  2. H.C. Russell: Engineering Mechanics: Statics, Prentice Hal, 2015
  3. J.H. Allen: Statics For Dummies, For Dummies, 2010

Conditions for course credit assignment

  1. Active attendance on the practicals. Each lesson will be opened by a short test. Up to one point can be obtained by successfully solving the exercise of each test. Active attendance is completed by obtaining more than 50% of total sum of the points from the tests assigned on all practicals.
  2. Homework.One beam structure will be analysed as an individually assigned homework. The task will be sent to the students by e-mail. The proper solution meeting the typographical criteria presented in http://mech.fd.cvut.cz/education/bachelor/18sat-en/homework must be submitted by e-mail to koudelka@fd.cvut.cz no later than 14 May 2019.

  1. Valid course credit assignment is required for registration to exam.
  2. The exam is composed of written and oral part.
  3. Satisfying the conditions for pass in the written part is mandatory prior to the oral part.
  4. In case of lack of fundamental knowledge presented at the oral part, the exam is ranked as F (Fail) regardless of the results of the written test.
  5. In case of absence on the exam, the exam is ranked as F (Fail).

Schedule of lectures

# title
1.
(25. Feb 2019)
Organization of the course. Types of structures and loads. Constraints and reactions.
2.
(4. Mar 2019)
Calculation of reactions of bodies and structures.
3.
(11. Mar 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams I.
4.
(18. Mar 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams II.
5.
(25. Mar 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams III.
6.
(1. Apr 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams IV.
7.
(8. Apr 2019)
Kinematic method for calculation of reactions of statically determinate systems.
8.
(15. Apr 2019)
Determination of axial forces in truss constructions.
9.
(22. Apr 2019)
Cross-sectional characteristics of planar shapes I
10.
(29. Apr 2019)
Cross-sectional characteristics of planar shapes II
11.
(6. May 2019)
Fiber polygons and chains.
12.
(13. May 2019)
Reserve.

Schedule of practicals

# title
1.
(26. Feb 2019)
Types of structures and loads. Statically (in)determinate systems.
2.
(5. Mar 2019)
Calculation of reactions on beams and planar objects.
3.
(12. Mar 2019)
Calculation of reactions on frames and structures.
4.
(19. Mar 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams I.
5.
(26. Mar 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams II.
6.
(2. Apr)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams III.
7.
(9v. Apr 2019)
Assessment of internal forces on statically determinate beams VI.
8.
(16. Apr 2019)
Kinematic method for reactions calculation.
9.
(23. Apr 2019)
Axial forces in truss systems.
10.
(30. Apr 2019)
Cross-sectional characteristics of planar shapes I.
11.
(7. May 2019)
Cross-sectional characteristics of planar sha
12.
(14. May 2019)
Fiber polygons and chains.
13.
(21. May 2019)
Reserve.

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