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SAP2000 A to Z Problems
The SAP2000 A to Z problems are intended to be a tool for learning to use the SAP2000 graphicinterface. You will probably get the most benefit from each problem if you first attempt to solveit yourself, and then after you are finished, you review our step-by-step solution.There are many ways to create these models. Your solution may be completely different fromour solution, that is not unexpected, and does not mean that either solution is wrong. Theimportant thing is to have these problems help you become familiar with the features of theSAP2000 graphic interface.Following is a table of contents for the SAP2000 A to Z problems.
ProblemDescription
Table of contents (this document)Keyword indexAConcrete wall and steel frameBConcrete wallCTruss frame (good example for replication options)DInclined (rotated) supportsECables in tensionFWall resisting hydrostatic pressure (joint pattern example)GFrame with support displacementHReinforced concrete beamIPrestressed concrete beamJBeam on elastic foundationKSteel moment frameLPeriodic loadingMFlat plate with a twist (trick problem)NFrame/shear wall interactionOIsolated building, nonlinear time history analysisPCritical buckling load (using P-delta option)QThree frames (bare, damped and isolated)RBridge with moving loadSFinite element model of steel beam with web openingsTDomed cylindrical structure (How quickly can you build this model?)UBarrel vaulted structureVTemperature loadingWSimple beam with trapezoidal loadsXThrough-truss bridgeYResponse spectrum analysis for single degree of freedom systemZResponse spectrum analysis
 
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Note: Our intent is that you try this problem on your own first. After you have solved it on yourown, you can step through our solution if desired. If you have problems trying to create themodel, then follow the steps in our solution.
Problem A
Concrete Wall and Steel Frame
251425251414’13’13’13’13’50k40k30k20k10kConcrete wall
8” thickW24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W24X68W16X36W24X68W16X36EarthquakeloadsEqual1.2 klf DL0.8 klf LL10k DL5k LLEqual
Steel
Fy = 36 ksi, E = 29500 ksi, Poisson’s Ratio = 0.3Columns: W10X49, typical - pinned baseBeams:As noted, pinned ends except continuous over top of braceAssume all W24X68 beams are braced at 1/3 pointsAssume W16X36 beams braced at center onlyBeams at concrete wall are not embedded in wallBraces: TS6X6X1/4, pinned endsDesign Code: AISC-ASD89
Concrete
E = 4000 ksi, Poissons Ratio = 0.22Self weight = 150 pcf
Beam Span Loading
Typical for all beams; includesself weight
To Do
Determine reactions for the loadcombination of DL + LL + EQ.Determine steel stress ratios.
 
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Problem A Solution
1.
 
Click the drop down box in the status bar to change the units to kip-ft.2.
 
From the
File
menu select
New Model From Template…
. This displays the ModelTemplates dialog box.3.
 
In this dialog box click on the
Portal Frame
template button to display thePortal Frame dialog box.4.
 
In this dialog box:
 
Type
5
in the Number of Stories edit box.
 
Type
4
in the Number of Bays edit box.
 
Type
13
in the Story Height edit box.
 
Type
25
in the Bay Width edit box.
 
Click the
OK
button.5.
 
Click the “X” in the top right-hand corner of the 3-D View window to close it.6.
 
Click the
Set Elements
button on the main toolbar (or select
Set Elements…
from the
View
menu) to display the Set Elements Dialog box.7.
 
In this dialog box:
 
Check the Labels box in the Joints area.
 
Check the Labels box in the Frames area.
 
Click the
OK
button.8.
 
Select column elements 18, 19, 20, 23, 24 and 25 and beam elements 38, 39, 40, 43, 44 and45. Press the delete key on the keyboard to delete these elements.
 Note: You could select the elements by clicking on each one individually, by “windowing”,by using the Intersecting Line Select Mode, or by using the Select By Labels option(
Select
menu >
Select
>
 Labels
).
9.
 
Click the
Refresh Window
button to refresh the drawing.10.
 
From the
Draw
menu choose
Edit Grid...
to display the Modify Grid Lines dialog box.11.
 
In this dialog box:

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