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MECHANICS

OF
STRUCTURES VOL. II
[ THEO RY AN D AN ALY S I S O F S TR U C TU R ES ]

By
Dr. H. J. Shah, S. B. Junnarkar

Edition : 24th Edition : 2015


ISBN : 9789385039027
Size : 135 mm × 210 mm
Binding : Paperback
` 325.00 BUY Pages : 970 + 16 = 986

ABOUT THE BOOK CONTENT


This text-book published in continuation of its Vol. I. This volume discusses the theory and   1 : INFLUENCE LINES FOR BEAMS
analysis of structures in comprehensive and lucid manner.   2 : ROLLING LOADS
This book is written by an eminent author who had an experience of over thirty years in the   3 : INFLUENCE LINES FOR TRUSSES
teaching of the subject, and now, it is revised and enlarged by the experienced teacher.   4 : MASONRY DAMS AND RETAINING WALLS
The book within its 21 chapters now contains more than:   5 : CABLES AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES
  6 : THREE HINGED ARCHES
* 400 Fully solved problems
  7 : FORCES IN FRAMED STRUCTURES
* 440 Examples with answers   8 : INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES
* 640 Neatly drawn diagrams   9 : DEFLECTIONS I
It is published entirely in SI Units. 10 : DEFLECTIONS II
11 : CONSISTENT DEFORMATION I
It is hoped that this edition will prove extremely useful to the students of Civil, Mechanical and
Architecture Engineering reading for Degree Examinations of all the Universities of India, Di- 12 : CONSISTENT DEFORMATION II
ploma Examinations conducted by various Boards of Technical Examinations, also Certificate 13 : LEAST WORK AND THEOREM OF THREE MOMENT
Courses, as well as for the A.M.I.E., U.P.S.C., G.A.T.E., I.E.S. and other similar competitive 14 : INDETERMINATE ARCHES
and professional Examinations. It should also prove of great interest and practical use to the 15 : SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD
practising engineers.
16 : MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD
17 : COLUMN ANALOGY METHOD
18 : THE ELASTIC CENTRE
19 : THE RECIPROCAL THEOREM
20 : PLASTIC THEORY
21 : INTRODUCTION TO MATRIX METHODS OF ANALYSIS
INDEX

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MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES VOL. II
DETAILED CONTENTS
Chapter 1 INFLUENCE LINES FOR BEAMS Chapter 5 CABLES AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES
1-1. Introductory 5-1. Equilibrium of a light suspended cord under a given system
1-2. Influence line of loading
5-2. Shape of the cord
1-3. Influence lines for simple beam reactions
5-3. Light suspension bridges
1-4. Influence lines for simple beam shears
5-4. Cable supports at different levels
1-5. Influence lines for simple beam moments
5-5. Anchor cables
1-6. Uses of influence lines 5-6. Temperature stresses
1-7. Influence lines for girders with floor joists 5-7. The Catenary
1-8. Compound beams 5-8. Moving loads on suspension bridges
1-9. Closure 5-9. Suspension bridge with three hinged stiffening girders
Examples I 5-10. Two hinged stiffening girder
5-11. Temperature stresses in stiffening girder
Chapter 2 ROLLING LOADS
Examples V
2-1. Rolling loads
2-2. Maximum shear in a beam supporting uniformly distributed Chapter 6 THREE HINGED ARCHES
loads 6-1. Metal arches
2-3. Maximum bending moments at sections in beams supporting 6-2. Linear arch or line of thrust
uniformly distributed load 6-3. Bending moments: Eddy’s theorem
2-4. Maximum shear at sections in a beam supporting two 6-4. Three hinged arch
concentrated loads 6-5. Braced three hinged arch
2-5. Maximum moment at sections in a beam supporting two 6-6. Graphical methods
concentrated loads 6-7. Moving loads on three hinged arches
2-6. Maximum end shear in a beam supporting a series of moving 6-8. Temperature effects
concentrated loads Examples VI
2-7. Maximum shear at sections of beams supporting a series of Chapter 7 FORCES IN FRAMED STRUCTURES
moving concentrated loads
7-1. Framed structures with sub-divided panels
2-8. Maximum moment at a section in a beam supporting a series 7-2. Pratt truss with parallel chords and sub-struts: through type
of moving concentrated loads
7-3. Pratt truss with parallel chords and sub-ties: deck type
2-9. Absolute maximum moment in a beam supporting a series of 7-4. Pratt truss with non-parallel chords
moving concentrated loads
7-5. Warren truss with sub-divided panels
2-10. Maximum S.F. and maximum B.M. diagrams
7-6. Rolling loads: Influence lines
2-11. Equivalent uniformly distributed load 7-7. Pratt truss with inclined chord: Influence lines
2-12. Combined dead load and moving load S.F. diagrams: Focal 7-8. The Wichert Truss
length 7-9. Dynamical loads on bridges: Impact allowance
Examples II 7-10. Wind pressure
Chapter 3 INFLUENCE LINES FOR TRUSSES 7-11. Working stresses
3-1. Introductory Chapter 8 INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES
3-2. Bridge floor system 8-1. Determinateness of the structure
3-3. Influence lines for truss reactions 8-2. Use of indeterminate structures
3-4. Influence lines for member forces 8-3. Methods of analysis
3-5. Determination of maximum forces 8-4. Approximate analysis of indeterminate structures
3-6. Counters in bridge trusses 8-5. Truss with two hinges
3-7. Influence lines for non-parallel chord trusses 8-6. Trusses with two diagonals in each panel
Examples III 8-7. Industrial frame
8-8. Building frames subjected to gravity loads
Chapter 4 MASONRY DAMS AND RETAINING WALLS 8-9. Building frames subjected to lateral loads
4-1. Water pressure 8-10. The portal method
4-2. Conditions of stability 8-11. The cantilever method
4-3. The minimum bottom width for stability 8-12. Vierendeel truss
4-4. Trapezoidal section with a sloping water face Examples VIII
4-5. Other forms of section
Chapter 9 DEFLECTIONS I
4-6. Resultant thrust outside the middle third 9-1. Introductory
4-7. Retaining walls 9-2. Moment area method
4-8. The inclined plane 9-3. Method of elastic weights
4-9. Rankine’s theory of earth pressure 9-4. Conjugate beam method
4-10. Retaining wall of trapezoidal section, earth level with the top 9-5. Virtual work — unit load method: Basic formula
of the wall 9-6. The unit load method applied to deflections of beams and frames
4-11. Surcharged retaining wall 9-7. The unit load method applied to beam rotations
4-12. Graphical methods 9-8. Strain energy
4-13. Wedge theory of earth pressure: Rebhann – Häseler’s method 9-9. Castigliano’s first theorem
4-14. Minimum depth of foundation 9-10. Castigliano’s first theorem applied to beam deflections and rotations
Examples IV Examples IX

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MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES VOL. II
DETAILED CONTENTS
Chapter 10 DEFLECTIONS II 16-4. Distribution factors
DEFLECTION OF FRAMED STRUCTURES 16-5. Definitions
10-1. The unit load method applied to deflections of trusses 16-6. Sign conventions
10-2. The first theorem of Castigliano 16-7. Fixed end moments
10-3. Graphical methods: Williot-Mohr diagrams 16-8. Application of method
10-4. Maxwell’s theorem of reciprocal deflections 16-9. Modification of stiffness for simple ends
10-5. Influence line for deflection 16-10. Shear and moment diagrams
Examples X 16-11. Overhanging beams
MOMENT DISTRIBUTION FOR FRAMES
Chapter 11 CONSISTENT DEFORMATION I
16-12. Frames with side-sway prevented
11-1. The method of consistent deformation
16-13. Frames with side-sway
11-2. Beams with one redundant
16-14. Portal frames with inclined members
11-3. Beams with two or more redundants
Examples XVI
11-4. Continuous beams
11-5. Fixed beams Chapter 17 COLUMN ANALOGY METHOD
11-6. Support settlement 17-1. Introductory
11-7. Influence lines for indeterminate beams 17-2. The method
11-8. Qualitative influence lines 17-3. Stiffness and carry-over factor
Examples XI 17-4. Maxwell’s reciprocal law
Chapter 12 CONSISTENT DEFORMATION II 17-5. Analysis of frames by column analogy method
ANALYSIS OF INDETERMINATE TRUSSES 17-6. Analysis of gable frames
12-1. Externally redundant trusses 17-7. Analysis of unsymmetrical frames
12-2. Internally redundant trusses Examples XVII
12-3. Externally and internally redundant trusses Chapter 18 THE ELASTIC CENTRE
12-4. Secondary forces 18-1. Introductory
12-5. Influence lines for statically indeterminate trusses 18-2. The fixed-base portal frame
Examples XII 18-3. The elastic centre
Chapter 13 LEAST WORK AND THEOREM OF THREE 18-4. Fixed arches
MOMENT 18-5. Circular arch
13-1. The second theorem of Castigliano: Principle of least work or 18-6. Two-hinged arches
minimum strain-energy Examples XVIII
13-2. Portal frames
Chapter 19 THE RECIPROCAL THEOREM
13-3. The three moment theorem
19-1. Introductory
13-4. Support settlement
19-2. The reciprocal theorem
Examples XIII
19-3. Influence coefficients
Chapter 14 INDETERMINATE ARCHES 19-4. Proof
14-1. Bending of a curved bar 19-5. Models
14-2. Two-hinged arch Examples XIX
14-3. Moving loads on two-hinged arches
Chapter 20 PLASTIC THEORY
14-4. Temperature stresses
20-1. Limit design: Load factor
14-5. Fixed arch
20-2. Plastic bending: Plastic hinge: Shape factor
14-6. Temperature stresses
20-3. Simply supported beams
14-7. Two-hinged arch: Strain energy method
20-4. Propped cantilevers
14-8. Suspension cable with a two-hinged stiffening girder
20-5. Encastré beams
14-9. The masonry arch
20-6. Design of beams
14-10. Fuller’s test for stability of an arch
20-7. Continuous beams
Examples XIV
20-8. Portal frames
Chapter 15 SLOPE DEFLECTION METHOD 20-9. Analytical methods: Virtual work
15-1. Introduction 20-10. Combined bending and axial load
15-2. Sign conventions Examples XX
15-3. Development of slope deflection equations: Assumptions
Chapter 21 INTRODUCTION TO MATRIX METHODS OF
15-4. Modification for simple ends
ANALYSIS
15-5. Frames with no side-sway
21-1. Actions and displacements
15-6. Frames with side-sway
21-2. Equilibrium and compatibility
Examples XV
21-3. Static and kinematic indeterminacy
Chapter 16 MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD 21-4. Structural mobilities
16-1. Introductory 21-5. Flexibility and stiffness
16-2. Description of the method 21-6. General case
16-3. Carry-over moment 21-7. Closure
Index

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