## 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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This

elastic curve of the member. ... io) In words, this can be stated as area under

curvature function (

in Fig.

This

**slope**is also the rotation, 6, with respect to the horizontal at a point on theelastic curve of the member. ... io) In words, this can be stated as area under

curvature function (

**slope**at b) — (**slope**at a) = between a and b As can be seenin Fig.

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The computation of

can be done by analyzing a conjugate beam ... The correspondence in behavior

is that shear and moment at any point in the conjugate beam is equal to the

...

The computation of

**slopes**and deflections of a beam subject to applied loadscan be done by analyzing a conjugate beam ... The correspondence in behavior

is that shear and moment at any point in the conjugate beam is equal to the

**slope**...

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The end

area theorems, although the conjugate beam method can also be used. The

expressions for 6 and v will reduce to those for a linear material at very small

values of ...

The end

**slope**or rotation and displacement are obtained using the curvature-area theorems, although the conjugate beam method can also be used. The

expressions for 6 and v will reduce to those for a linear material at very small

values of ...

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