###### Structural Analysis

161 SOLVED PROBLEMS

Question: C.1

## Analyze the two-story frame shown in Fig. C.13(a) using the computer software. ...

This frame was previously analyzed in Example 15.1...
Question: D.3

## Determine the reactions for the continuous beam shown in Fig. D.5(a) by the three-moment equation. ...

Since support A of the beam is fixed, we replace i...
Question: D.2

## Determine the reactions for the continuous beam shown in Fig. D.4(a) due to the uniformly distributed load and due to the support settlements of 10 mm at A, 50 mm at B, 20 mm at C, and 40 mm at D. Use the three-moment equation. ...

Redundants. The bending moments $M_B$...
Question: D.1

## Determine the reactions and draw the shear and bending moment diagrams for the beam shown in Fig. D.3(a) by using the three-moment equation. ...

Redundant. The beam has one degree of indeterminac...
Question: 17.3

## Determine the reactions and the member end forces for the frame shown in Fig. 17.13(a) by using the matrix stiffness method. ...

Degrees of Freedom. From the analytical model of t...
Question: 17.2

## Determine the reactions and the member end forces for the three-span continuous beam shown in Fig. 17.12(a) by using the matrix stiffness method. ...

Degrees of Freedom. From the analytical model of t...
Question: 17.1

## Determine the reactions and the force in each member of the truss shown in Fig. 17.11(a) by the matrix stiffness method. ...

Degrees of Freedom. From the analytical model of t...
Question: 16.10

## Determine the member end moments and reactions for the frame shown in Fig. 16.17(a) by using the momentdistribution method. ...

Distribution Factors. At joint C, DF _{C A}...
Question: 16.9