## Analysis and Behavior of StructuresOffering students a presentation of classical structural analysis, this text emphasizes the limitations required in creating mathematical models for analysis, including these used in computer programs. Students are encouraged to use hand methods of analysis to develop a feel for the behaviour of structures. |

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Deflections and

those values correct? Figure 10.20 A nonprismatic cantilever beam having the

same member properties and lengths between labeled points as the column ...

Deflections and

**rotations**of joints 1, 4, and 7 are presented in Table 10.2, but arethose values correct? Figure 10.20 A nonprismatic cantilever beam having the

same member properties and lengths between labeled points as the column ...

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multiplied by AE at the B end of members A-B and B-C are K , and K2,

respectively, because the far ends of those members are fixed against

Fig. 12.3a, the relative stiffnesses multiplied by AE at the B end of members A-B

and B-C ...

multiplied by AE at the B end of members A-B and B-C are K , and K2,

respectively, because the far ends of those members are fixed against

**rotation**. InFig. 12.3a, the relative stiffnesses multiplied by AE at the B end of members A-B

and B-C ...

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Once the displacement and

members of the frame are obtained from the slope-deflection equations. The

approximate deflection is very close to the exact value, but the

Once the displacement and

**rotation**have been determined, the moments in themembers of the frame are obtained from the slope-deflection equations. The

approximate deflection is very close to the exact value, but the

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