With a focus on how structures really work, this book offers single-volume coverage of all major topics in structural analysis and design. Discussing concepts from both an engineering and architectural perspective, it explores structural behavior, structural analysis and design within a building context. This edition features a new co-author, new graphic format and expanded coverage in the areas of computer-aided analysis techniques, design of multi-story buildings, shell structures and cable supported beams. Reinforcing the real-world perspective, each book contains Multiframe structural analysis software to engage readers in sophisticated analysis and design activities.
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"This is a good text, and I think far outstrips many competing texts. I always recommend my students buy this text for the course and to use it in the future as a well-illustrated text that deals with most of the key issues and goes beyond to show how the principles of structural design are incorporated into practice." — Harry Giles, University of Michigan
"It is overall a very interesting text, addressing architecture students and design issues that go beyond stress and strain. It deals with typology, morphology, and configuration, which few texts are able to do. In this sense it spans engineering and architecture very well. The illustrations are great, and they are exactly what they should be in a book that is about principles. They are clear, well-drawn, well related to the text." — Michele Chiuini, Ball State University
This text contains coverage of all the major topics of structural analysis in both a qualitative and quantitative manner. It is a useful resource for architects, constructors, and engineers, and is a great teaching tool for many courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels. This elegant presentation of physical principles founded in the field of mechanics can be used by designers and builders as an aid to understanding the behavior of existing structural forms and in devising new approaches.New to this edition:
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2007. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: PART I: INTRODUCTORY CONCEPTS 1. Structures: An Overview 2. Principles of Mechanics 3. Introduction to Structural Analysis and Design PART II: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS 4. Trusses 5. Funicular Structures: Cables and Arches 6. Beams 7. Members in Compression: Columns 8. Continuous Structures: Beams 9. Continuous Structures: Rigid Frames 10. Plate and Grid Structures 11. Membrane and Net Structures 12. Shell Structures PART III: PRINCIPLES OF STRUCTURAL DESIGN 13. Structural Grids and Patterns: General Planning and Design 14. Structural Systems: Design for Lateral Loadings 15. Structural Systems: Constructional Approaches 16. Structural Connections APPENDICES 1. Conversions 2. Nonconcurrent Force Systems 3. Moments of Distributed Loads 4. Centroids 5. Moments of Inertia 6. Bending Stresses in Beams 7. Shearing Stresses in Beams 8. Moment-Curvature Relations 9. Deflections 10. Moment-Area Theorems: Slopes and Deflections 11. Other Methods of Analyzing Indeterminate Structures 12. Reinforced-Concrete Beams: Detailed U.S. Design Procedures 13. Critical Buckling Loads for Compression Members 14. Computer-Based Methods of Analysis: Force and Matrix-Displacement Techniques 15. Computer-Based Methods of Analysis: Finite-Element Techniques 16. Properties 17. Typical Material Properties. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131789392
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