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King Saud University
Course Description:                Statically Indeterminate structures. Force Method: beams, frames, trusses
and composite structures. Slope –Deflection Method: beams and frames
CE 461: Structural Analysis II
including sway and support settlement effects and frames with inclined
(Required for a BSCE degree)
members. Moment Distribution Method: beams and frames. Introduction to
stiffness Method for trusses, beams and frames. Computer applications
3 (3,1,0)

Prerequisite                      GE 201 (Statics), CE 302 (Mechanics of Materials), CE 361 (Structural
Analysis I)
Prerequisite by Topics:
1. Understanding of equilibrium equations to analyze engineering problems.
2. Determining the internal forces in statically determinate beams, frames
and trusses.
3. Determining the area properties of various cross sections.
4. Determining deformation for statically determinate structures using virtual
work method.

Course Learning Objectives        Students completing this course successfully will be able to
structures
2. Understand different methods used for analysis of indeterminate
structures.
3. Formulate the necessary equations to analyze statically indeterminate
structures
4. Apply the different method on different indeterminate structures.
5. Understand the concept used in the structural analysis software.
6. Use updated structural analysis software in solving indeterminate
structures.
7. Submit accurate analysis in an efficient and professional way.

Topics Covered                    1. Introduction: Definition of indeterminate structures, degree of
indeterminacy and degree of freedom, review of virtual work method. (3
hours)
2. Force Method, Principle of superposition, compatibility equations. (6hours)
3. Application of force method to indeterminate beams under gravity loads
and support settlement; indeterminate trusses under gravity and wind
loads, support settlement, temperature, and lack of fit; indeterminate
frames and composite structures. (6hours)
4. Slope Deflection Method (SDM), fixed end moments, continuity and rigidity
conditions, equilibrium equations, modified stiffness. (6 hours)
5. Application of SDM to indeterminate beams, frames with and without side
sway, beams and frames with support settlement. Frames with inclined
members. (9 hours)
6. Moment distribution Method (MDM), distribution coefficients and carry over
factors. (2 hours)
7. Application of MDM to indeterminate beams and frames. (4 hours)
8. Introduction to stiffness Method, stiffness matrix, load vector, displacement
vector, structure modeling, local and global coordinates, displacement and
force transformation matrix, joint and member loads. Applications to
trusses, beams and rigid frames. (6 hours)
9. Computer application on structural analysis of indeterminate structures. (3
hours)
Class/ tutorial Schedule    Class is held three times per week in 50-minute lecture sessions. There is also
a 50-minute weekly tutorial associated with this course.

Computer Applications       Commercial and educational structural software and MS Excel are greatly
encouraged to be used during the course.

Projects                   None
Contribution of Course to
1. Students learn and practice the analysis process to be involved in
Meeting the Professional
designing various structural components used in professional structural
Component
engineering.
2. Students recognize the role of professional societies in developing new
structural software and updating current knowledge.

Relationship of Course to   1. Students apply algebra, elementary calculus, and principles of mechanics.
Program Outcomes            2. Students are able to identify and formulate an engineering problem and to
develop a solution.
3. Students recognize the importance of analysis in designing structural
components.
4. Students are encouraged to submit accurate analysis in an efficient and
professional way.
5. Students recognize their role with an engineering team carrying other
aspects for analyzing structures, in terms of choosing the structural
systems and the interaction of decisions made by various architectural and
engineering teams.
6. Students are encouraged to recognize the different structural systems and
their range of applications.
7. Students recognize the ethical and professional responsibility in achieving
accurate structural analysis for safe and economical design, and its impact
on the well-being of the society.
8. Students recognize the need for technical updating on a continuing basis,
since the course emphasizes on the changing nature of software.
9. Students recognize the importance of reading and understanding technical
contents in English in order to achieve life–long learning and be able to
carryout their responsibilities.
10. Students recognize the important role of computers in facilitating analysis
and design of structural members and systems.

Textbook(s) and/or Other    Structural Analysis, by R.C. Hibbeler, Prentice-Hall
Required Material

Outcome Assessment          Two Midterm Exams                                 35%
Class Quizzes and Attendance                       5%
Tutorial Quizzes                                  10%
Final Exam.                                       50%

Midterm Exams                 1)     Sunday      23 / 10 / 1428H ( 4 / 11 / 2007 )   7:00 – 8:30 pm
2)     Tuesday     24 / 11 / 1428H ( 4 / 12 / 2007 )   7:00 – 8:30 pm

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