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Statics and Strength of Materials for Architecture and Building Construction

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780131185838

ISBN10:
0131185837
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

The second edition of Statics and Strength of Materials for Architecture and Building Construction was widely considered one of the finest books in the field. The illustration program, custom crafted by Kevin Kane, tells a clear graphical story about the principles of structural analysis in the design and construction of buildings.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Definition of Structurep. 1
Structural Designp. 2
Parallels in Naturep. 4
Loads on Structuresp. 7
Basic Functional Requirementsp. 10
Architectural Issuesp. 12
Staticsp. 17
Characteristics of a Forcep. 17
Vector Additionp. 27
Force Systemsp. 36
Equilibrium Equations: Two-Dimensionalp. 79
Free-Body Diagrams of Rigid Bodiesp. 93
Statical Indeterminacy and Improper Constraintsp. 105
Analysis of Selected Determinate Structural Systemsp. 117
Equilibrium of a Particlep. 117
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodiesp. 133
Plane Trussesp. 141
Pinned Frames (Multiforce Members)p. 175
Three-Hinged Archesp. 186
Retaining Wallsp. 197
Load Tracingp. 219
Load Tracingp. 219
Lateral Stability Load Tracingp. 255
Strength of Materialsp. 279
Stress and Strainp. 279
Elasticity, Strength, and Deformationp. 295
Other Material Propertiesp. 302
Thermal Effectsp. 317
Statically Indeterminate Members (Axially Loaded)p. 322
Cross-Sectional Properties of Structural Membersp. 329
Center of Gravity-Centroidsp. 329
Moment of Inertia of an Areap. 340
Moment of Inertia of Composite Areasp. 347
Radius of Gyrationp. 358
Bending and Shear in Simple Beamsp. 361
Classification of Beams and Loadsp. 361
Shear and Bending Momentp. 366
Equilibrium Method for Shear and Moment Diagramsp. 369
Relationship Between Load, Transverse Shear, and Bending Momentp. 375
Semigraphical Method for Load, Shear, and Moment Diagramsp. 377
Bending and Shear Stresses in Beamsp. 395
Flexural Strainp. 397
Flexural (Bending) Stress Equationp. 400
Shearing Stress-Longitudinal and Transversep. 415
Development of the General Shear Stress Equationp. 419
Deflection in Beamsp. 439
Lateral Buckling in Beamsp. 457
Column Analysis and Designp. 463
Short and Long Columns-Modes of Failurep. 464
End Support Conditions and Lateral Bracingp. 471
Axially Loaded Steel Columnsp. 481
Axially Loaded Wood Columnsp. 499
Columns Subjected to Combined Loading or Eccentricityp. 512
Structural Connectionsp. 519
Steel Bolted Connectionsp. 520
Welded Connectionsp. 547
Common Framing Details in Steelp. 562
Structure, Construction, and Architecturep. 571
Initiation of Project-Predesignp. 572
Design Processp. 573
Schematic Designp. 575
Design Development and Construction Documentsp. 577
Integration of Building Systemsp. 588
Construction Sequencep. 594
Conclusionp. 596
Tables for Structural Designp. 599
Lumber Section Properties
Dimensioned Sizes-Rafters, Joists, and Studsp. 600
Beams and Columnsp. 600
Allowable Stress Design for Shapes Used as Beamsp. 601
Structural Steel-Wide-Flange Shapesp. 603
Structural Steel-American Standard Shapes and Channelsp. 606
Structural Steel-Tubing (square) and Pipep. 607
Structural Steel-Anglesp. 608
Definition of Metric (S.I.) Terms and Conversion Tablesp. 609
Wide Flange Shapes (Abridged Listing)-S.I. Metricp. 610
Elastic Section Modulus-U.S. and S.I. Metricp. 611
Western Glue-Laminated Sections-U.S. and S.I. Metricp. 612
Answers to Selected Problemsp. 615
Indexp. 621
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