## 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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Edwin C. Rossow. I M I I t M t t M (a) Vertical displacement restraint at B removed

111/1/ , I I . t I I B (b) Rotation restraint at A removed Figure 10.2a-b Statically

determinate forms of the

10.2.

Edwin C. Rossow. I M I I t M t t M (a) Vertical displacement restraint at B removed

111/1/ , I I . t I I B (b) Rotation restraint at A removed Figure 10.2a-b Statically

determinate forms of the

**structure**in**Fig**. 10.1 . uniform load, as shown in**Fig**.10.2.

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v» - v„ - 0 (10.1) is known as a compatibility equation. It simply states that the

superposition of the effects of the uniform load w and the vertical force R acting

on the determinate

displacement of ...

v» - v„ - 0 (10.1) is known as a compatibility equation. It simply states that the

superposition of the effects of the uniform load w and the vertical force R acting

on the determinate

**structure of Fig**. 10.5 must produce a zero verticaldisplacement of ...

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As in the superposition method of analysis, a determinate form of an

indeterminate structure is created by the release of one or more redundant

restraints and the ... To introduce this method, examine the indeterminate

As in the superposition method of analysis, a determinate form of an

indeterminate structure is created by the release of one or more redundant

restraints and the ... To introduce this method, examine the indeterminate

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