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Introduction | p. 1 |
Definition of Structure | p. 1 |
Structural Design | p. 2 |
Parallels in Nature | p. 4 |
Loads on Structures | p. 7 |
Basic Functional Requirements | p. 10 |
Architectural Issues | p. 12 |
Statics | p. 17 |
Characteristics of a Force | p. 17 |
Vector Addition | p. 27 |
Force Systems | p. 36 |
Equilibrium Equations: Two-Dimensional | p. 79 |
Free-Body Diagrams of Rigid Bodies | p. 93 |
Statical Indeterminacy and Improper Constraints | p. 105 |
Analysis of Selected Determinate Structural Systems | p. 117 |
Equilibrium of a Particle | p. 117 |
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies | p. 133 |
Plane Trusses | p. 141 |
Pinned Frames (Multiforce Members) | p. 175 |
Three-Hinged Arches | p. 186 |
Retaining Walls | p. 197 |
Load Tracing | p. 219 |
Load Tracing | p. 219 |
Lateral Stability Load Tracing | p. 255 |
Strength of Materials | p. 279 |
Stress and Strain | p. 279 |
Elasticity, Strength, and Deformation | p. 295 |
Other Material Properties | p. 302 |
Thermal Effects | p. 317 |
Statically Indeterminate Members (Axially Loaded) | p. 322 |
Cross-Sectional Properties of Structural Members | p. 329 |
Center of Gravity-Centroids | p. 329 |
Moment of Inertia of an Area | p. 340 |
Moment of Inertia of Composite Areas | p. 347 |
Radius of Gyration | p. 358 |
Bending and Shear in Simple Beams | p. 361 |
Classification of Beams and Loads | p. 361 |
Shear and Bending Moment | p. 366 |
Equilibrium Method for Shear and Moment Diagrams | p. 369 |
Relationship Between Load, Transverse Shear, and Bending Moment | p. 375 |
Semigraphical Method for Load, Shear, and Moment Diagrams | p. 377 |
Bending and Shear Stresses in Beams | p. 395 |
Flexural Strain | p. 397 |
Flexural (Bending) Stress Equation | p. 400 |
Shearing Stress-Longitudinal and Transverse | p. 415 |
Development of the General Shear Stress Equation | p. 419 |
Deflection in Beams | p. 439 |
Lateral Buckling in Beams | p. 457 |
Column Analysis and Design | p. 463 |
Short and Long Columns-Modes of Failure | p. 464 |
End Support Conditions and Lateral Bracing | p. 471 |
Axially Loaded Steel Columns | p. 481 |
Axially Loaded Wood Columns | p. 499 |
Columns Subjected to Combined Loading or Eccentricity | p. 512 |
Structural Connections | p. 519 |
Steel Bolted Connections | p. 520 |
Welded Connections | p. 547 |
Common Framing Details in Steel | p. 562 |
Structure, Construction, and Architecture | p. 571 |
Initiation of Project-Predesign | p. 572 |
Design Process | p. 573 |
Schematic Design | p. 575 |
Design Development and Construction Documents | p. 577 |
Integration of Building Systems | p. 588 |
Construction Sequence | p. 594 |
Conclusion | p. 596 |
Tables for Structural Design | p. 599 |
Lumber Section Properties | |
Dimensioned Sizes-Rafters, Joists, and Studs | p. 600 |
Beams and Columns | p. 600 |
Allowable Stress Design for Shapes Used as Beams | p. 601 |
Structural Steel-Wide-Flange Shapes | p. 603 |
Structural Steel-American Standard Shapes and Channels | p. 606 |
Structural Steel-Tubing (square) and Pipe | p. 607 |
Structural Steel-Angles | p. 608 |
Definition of Metric (S.I.) Terms and Conversion Tables | p. 609 |
Wide Flange Shapes (Abridged Listing)-S.I. Metric | p. 610 |
Elastic Section Modulus-U.S. and S.I. Metric | p. 611 |
Western Glue-Laminated Sections-U.S. and S.I. Metric | p. 612 |
Answers to Selected Problems | p. 615 |
Index | p. 621 |
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