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5.1. Introduction :

Professor Hardy Cross of University of Illinois of U.S.A. invented this method in 1930. However, the method was well-established by the end of 1934 as a result of several research publications which appeared in the Journals of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). In some books, the momentdistribution method is also referred to as a Hardy Cross method or simply a Cross method. The moment-distribution method can be used to analyze all types of statically indeterminate beams or rigid frames. Essentially it consists in solving the linear simultaneous equations that were obtained in the slope-deflection method by successive approximations or moment distribution. Increased number of cycles would result in more accuracy. However, for all academic purposes, three cycles may be considered sufficient. In order to develop the method, it will be helpful to consider the following problem. A propped cantilever subjected to end moments.

Ma A a L aa MaL 2EI + 0 ab 0 MbL 2EI + bb 0 Mb B B.D.S. under redundant Mb, ab = rotation at A due 0 to moment at B. Mb Mb bb = rotation at B due Diagram Over Conjugate - beam EI EI to moment at B. B B.D.S. under redundant Ma, ba ba = rotation at B due to moment at A. B M b EI = Constt, aa = rotation at end A due to moment at A.

Ma A Ma EI

Note: Counterclockwise moment are considered (+ve) Geometry requirement at B : b = 0, or ba bb = 0 and (1) b = ba bb =0 (Slope at B). Now calculate all rotations shown in diagram by using conjugate beam method. MaL 2 L 2EI 3 aa = ( By conjugate beam theorem) L MaL aa = 3EI

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ab = ab =

MbL L 2EI 3

L MbL 6EI

ba = ba =

MaL L 2EI 3

L MaL 6EI

bb = bb =

MbL 2L 2EI 3

L MbL 3EI

If Ma is applied at A, then Ma/2 will be transmitted to the far end B. Also, a = aa ab Geometry requirement at A. (2) Put values of aa and ab, we have, Ma.L Mb.L aa = 3EI 6EI = aa = aa = Ma.L Ma.L 3EI 12EI 3 Ma.L 12EI Ma.L . 4EI L 4EI (4) It can be written as (by putting Mb = Ma for above) 2

or

aa = Ma

or

Ma =

4EI aa L

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5.2. STIFFNESS FACTOR : The term 4EI/L is called the stiffness factor stiffness factor is defined as the moment required to be applied at A to produce unit rotation at point A of the propped cantilever beam shown. 5.3. CARRY-OVER FACTOR: The constant (1/2) in equation 3 is called the carry-over factor. Ma Mb = 2 Mb 1 = Ma 2 Carry-over factor is the ratio of the moment induced at the far end to the moment applied at near end for a propped cantilever beam. Now consider a simply supported beam carrying end moment at A.

Ma A B aa L MaL 2EI + EI = Constt:

Ma EI

(M/EI Diagram)

2 L 3 MaL MaL 3aa EI aa = = or Ma = L 2EI 3EI L Compare this Ma with that for a propped cantilever beam. We find that Stiffness factor of a simple beam is 3/4th of the cantilever beam. So propped cantilever beam is more stiff. 5.4. DISTRIBUTION FACTOR : Let us consider a moment applied at joint E as shown. Values shown are the stiflnesses of the members.

B 10,000 M 4000 E A 4000 10,000 D C

Consider a simple structure shown in the diagram which is under the action of applied moment M. For the equilibrium requirements at the joint, it is obvious that the summation of moments ( M ) should be zero at the joint. This means that the applied moment M will be distributed in all the members meeting at that joint in proportion to their stiffness factor. (This called stiffness concept) Total stiffness factor = 28,000 = 10,000 + 10,000 + 4,000 + 4,000 4000 1 So Mae = Mec = M= M 2800 7 10000 5 Mbe = Med = M = M. Therefore, 2800 14 Distribution at any end of a member factor is the ratio of the stiffness factor of the member being considered to the sum of the stiffnesses of all the members meeting at that particular continuous joint.

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EXAMPLE NO. 1:- Now take the continuous beam as shown in the figure and analyze it by moment distribution method.

5 KN/m A 4I 10m 20KN 5m B 10m C

3I

41.67 A 3/7 41.67 Locking moment A 41.67 B 7.14 A B B 9.53 16.67 C 16.67= net moment at B 16.67 B 41.67 25 25 B 4/7 Locking moment = reactive moment 25 41.67 25 C C

Mfab =

Total stiffness of members of joint B = 7 3 3 so Mab = M = 16.67 = 7.14 KNm 7 7 4 4 and Mbc = M = 16.67 = 9.53 KNm 7 7 The distribution factor at joint A is obviously equal to zero being a fixed joint. In the above diagram and the distribution factor at point C is infact 1 being an exterior pin support. (If we apply moment to the fixed support, same reactive moment will develop, so redistribution moment is not created for all fixed supports and if a moment is applied at a pin support, we reactive moment develops.) Fixed ended moments are sometimes referred to as the restraining moments or the locking moments. The locking moments are the moments required to hold the tangents straight or to lock the joints against rotation.

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Consider the above diagram. Joint A is fixed joint. Therefore, the question of release of this joint does not arise. Now let us release joint to the net locking moments acting at joint B is 16.67 in the clockwise direction. After releasing the joint B, the same moment (16.67) will act at joint B in the counterclockwise direction. This net released moment will be distributed to various members framing into the joint B w.r.t. their distribution factors. In this case, 7.14 KNm in the counterclockwise direction will act on member BA and 9.53 KNm in the counterclockwise direction will act on member BC. Now we hold the joint B in this position and give release to joint C. The rotation at joint C should be such that the released moment at joint C should be 25 KNm. The same procedure is repeated for a desired number of cycles. The procedure explained above corresponds to the first cycle. 5.5. STEPS INVOLVED IN MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD: The steps involved in the moment distribution method are as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Calculate fixed end moments due to applied loads following the same sign convention and procedure, which was adopted in the slope-deflection method. Calculate relative stiffness. Determine the distribution factors for various members framing into a particular joint. Distribute the net fixed end moments at the joints to various members by multiplying the net moment by their respective distribution factors in the first cycle. In the second and subsequent cycles, carry-over moments from the far ends of the same member (carry-over moment will be half of the distributed moment). Consider this carry-over moment as a fixed end moment and determine the balancing moment. This procedure is repeated from second cycle onwards till

convergence For the previous given loaded beam, we attempt the problem in a tabular form.. I 3 K= = 10 = 3 L 10 4 and 10 = 4 10 Joints. Members. K Cycle No. 1 2 3 D. Factor F.E.M. Balancing moment. COM. Bal. COM. Bal. A AB 3 0 + 41.67 0 + 3.57 0 2.67 0 + 42.57 BA 3 0.428 41.67 + 7.14 0 5.35 0 + 1.02 38.86 B BC 4 0.572 + 25 + 9.53 + 12.5 7.15 2.385 + 1.36 + 38.86 C CB 4 1 25 + 25 + 4.77 4.77 3.575 + 3.575 0

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NOTE:- Balancing moments are, in fact, the distributed moments. Now draw SFD , BMD and hence sketch elastic curve as usual by drawing free-body diagrams.

5 KN/m 10m 20KN 10m C +10 -3.886 6.114 Rc 38.515 Rb

A 5 KN/m 10m B 10m 5m C

42.57 A

38.515 13.886

6.114

+

24.629

+

6.114

30.570 2.8

+

38.86

POINTS OF CONTRAFLEXURES : Near A: Span AB MX = 25.371 X 42.57 2.5 X2 = 0 2.5 X 25.371 X + 42.57 = 0

2

X=

25.371

X = 2.12 m

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Near B : Mx = 38.86 + 24.629 X 2.5 X2 = 0 2.5 X 2 24.629 X + 38.86 = 0 X = 24.629 (24.629)2 4 2.5 38.86 2 2.5

X = 1.973 m Span BC (near B) MX// = 38.86 + 13.886X// = 0 X// = 2.8 m EXAMPLE NO. 2: Analyze the following beam by moment-distribution method. Draw S.F. & B.M. diagrams. Sketch the elastic curve. SOLUTION :

3KN/m A 5m B 8m 6KN/m 2m C EI = Constt: 36KN 2m D

Step 1: FIXED END MOMENTS : 3 (5)2 = + 6.25 KNm 12 Mfba = 6.25 KNm Mfab = + 6 82 = + 32 KNm 12 Mfcb = 32 KNm 36 22 2 Mfcd = + 18 KNm 42 Mfdc = 18 KNm Mfbc = + Step 2: RELATIVE STIFFNESS : Member. AB BC CD I 1 1 1 L 5 8 4 I L 1 40 5 1 40 8 1 40 4 Krel. 8 5 10

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STEP (3) DISTRIBUTION FACTOR : Joint. A B B C C D D.F. 0 8 = 0.615 13 5 = 0.385 13 5 = 0.333 15 10 = 0.667 15 10 = 1 10+0 Member. AB BA BC CB CD DC

Attempt and solve the problem now in a tabular form by entering distribution .factors and FEMs. Joint Members. K Cycle No. D.F. 1 F.E.M Bal. 2 Com. Bal. 3 Com. Bal. A AB 8 0 + 6.25 0 7.918 0 0.7165 0 2.385 B BA 8 0.615 6.25 15.836 0 1.433 0 +0.414 23.141 BC 5 0.385 +32 9.914 +2.331 0.897 0.673 +0.259 +23.11 C CB 5 0.333 32 +4.662 4.957 1.346 0.4485 + 0.927 33.16 CD 10 0.667 + 18 +9.338 +9 2.697 2.3345 +1.856 +33.16 D DC 10 1 18 + 18 +4.669 4.669 1.3485 +1.3485 0

Usually for academic purposes we may stop after 3 cycles. Applying above determined net end moments to the following segments of a continuous beam, we can find reactions easily.

3KN/m 5m 6KN/m 8m

23.11 23.11 B B

33.16 33.16 C C

36KN D

+7.5

+24

+24 +1.261

+18 +8.29

+18 -8.29

9.71 __ net reaction of a support Final Values considering both sides of a support.

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6KN/m C 2m

36KN 2m D 9.71KN

0 S.F.D. 9.71 9.71 Va=2.402-3a=0 19.42 a = 2.402 = 0.8m 3 Vb=22.739-6b=0 + b=3.79m 0 BMD 33.16

POINTS OF CONTRAFLEXURES : Span AB (near A) MX = 2.38 + 2.402 X 1.5 X2 = 0 1.5 X2 2.402 X 2.38 = 0 2.402 (2.402)2 + 4 1.5 2.38 X= 2 x 1.5 X = 2.293 m Span BC (near B) MX = 23.11 + 22.739 X 3 X2 = 0 3 X2 22.739 X + 23.11 = 0 X = 22.739 (22.739)2 4 3 23.11 2x3

X = 1.21 m Span BC (near C) MX" = 33.16 + 25.261 X" 3 X"2 = 0 3 X" 2 25.261 X" + 33.16 = 0 X" = 25.261 (25.261)2 4 3 33.16 2x3

X" = 1.63 m Span CD (near C) MX"= 33.16 + 26.29 X" = 0 X" = 1.26m

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5.6. CHECK ON MOMENT DISTRIBUTION : The following checks may be supplied. (i) Equilibrium at joints. (ii) Equal joint rotations or continuity of slope. (1) (2)

General form of slope-deflection equations is Mab = Mfab + Krel ( 2 a b ) Mba = Mfba + Krel ( 2 b a) From (1) b = ( Mab Mfab) 2 a Krel

(3)

(Mba Mfba) = 2 (Mab Mfab) + 3 a Krel 3 a Krel = (Mba Mfba) 2 (Mab Mfab) a = a = a = a = (Mba Mfba) 2 (Mab Mfab) 3 Krel (Mba Mfba) 2 (Mab Mfab) Krel Change at far end 2 (Change at near end) Krel 2 ( Change at near end) (Change at far end) Krel a = (Change at near end)1/2(change at far end) Krel (4) (5)

or

or

Put (4) in (3) & solve for b. b = (Mab Mfab) 2 (Mba Mfba) 4(MabMfab) + Krel 3 Krel 3 Krel 3 Mab + 3 Mfab 2 Mba + 2 Mfba+4 Mab4 Mfab = 3 Krel

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(Mab Mfab) 2 (Mba Mfba) 3 Krel 2 (Mba Mfba) (Mab Mfab) 3 Krel (Mba Mfba) 1/2 (Mab Mfab) 3/2 Krel (Mba Mfba) 1/2 (Mab Mfab) 1.5 Krel (Mba Mfba) 1/2 (Mab Mfab) Krel b = (Change at near end) 1/2(Change at far end) Krel

These two equations serve as a check on moment Distribution Method. EXAMPLE NO. 3: Analyze the following beam by moment-distribution method. Draw shear force and B.M. diagrams & sketch the elastic curve. SOLUTION :

3KN A 1m 4m 2I B 1.2KN/m C 5m 4I 4m 3I 8KN 2m D

Step 1: FIXED END MOMENTS : Mfab = Mfba = 0 ( There is no load on span AB) Mfbc = + 1.2 52 = + 2.5 KNm 12

Mfdc = 4 KNm

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3 20 15 4 Moment at A = 3 1 = 3 KNm. (Known from the loaded given beam according to our sign convention.) The applied moment at A is counterclockwise but fixing moments are reactive moments. Step 3: D.F. Joint A B

Members. AB BA

BC

CB

CD

4 =1 4 + 0

DC

3KN 1m +3 0 +3 3 3 A 0 +0.845 +0.845 0.38 0.38 B B 0 -0.845 -0.845 +3 -1.064 +1.936 1.2KN/m 5m 4.94 4.94 CC 8KN 2m 4m D +4 -1.235 2.765 (due to applied loads)

4m

+3 +1.064 +4.064

+4 +1.235 +5.235

3.845

1.091

9.299

2.765

(net reaction)

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3KN A 1m 4m 3.845 KN

8KN 2m

2.765KN

0.845 0 3 3 +

0.845

0 S.F.D. 2.765

0.38

1.94 +

5.53 X X + 0 B.M.D.

X 4.94

LOCATION OF POINTS OF CONTRAFLEXURES : MX = 0.845 X +0.38 = 0 X = 0.45 m from B. in portion BA. MX = 4.064 X 4.94 0.6 X2 = 0 0.6X2 4.064 X + 4.94 = 0 4.064 (4.064)2 4 0.6 4.94 X = 2 x 0.6 = 1.59 m from C in span BC MX" = 4.94 + 5.235 X" = 0 X" = 0.94 m from C in span CD 5.7. MOMENTDISTRIBUTION METHOD (APPLICATION TO SINKING OF SUPPORTS) : Consider a generalized differential sinking case as shown below:

L MFab A EI Constt: R B B LMFab 4 EI Bending moments are induced due to differential sinking of supports. MFab EI 0 + L/2 5/6L LMFba 4 EI 0 B.M.D. MFba EI MFba

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(1) Change of slope between points A and B (ab) = 0 ( First momentarea theorem ) (1) L L Mfab Mfba = 0 4EI 4EI or (2) = Mfab = Mfba

L 5 L L Mfab L 4EI 6 4EI Mfab 6 ( Second moment area theorem ), simplify. 6EI = 5L2 Mfab L2 Mfab 4 4 L2 Mfab = 4

6EI = L2Mfab 6EI or Mfab = Mfba = , where R= L2 L 6EI R Mfab = Mfba = L Equal FEMs are induced due to differential sinking in one span. The nature of the fixed end moments induced due to the differential settlement of the supports depends upon the sign of R. If R is (+ve) fizingmment is positive or vice versa. Care must be exercised in working with the absolute values of the quantity 6EIR/L which should finally have the units of B.M. (KNm). Once the fixed end moments have been computed by using the above formula, these are distributed in a tabular form as usual. EXAMPLE NO.4: Analyse the continuous beam shown due to settlement at support B by moment distribution method. Apply usual checks & draw S.F., B.M. diagrams & hence sketch the elastic curve take E = 200 106 , I = 400 106 m4

A 2I 15mm 1m 4m B 5m 4m

B 4I

C 3I

SOLUTION : Step (1) F.E.M. In such cases, Absolute Values of FEMs are to be calculated 6EI 6(200 106 )(2 400 106 )(+0.015) Mfab = Mfba = 2 = L 42 = + 900 KNm (positive because angle R = is clockwise). L

THE MOMENT __ DISTRIBUTION METHOD 6 (200 106) (4 400 106)(0.015) 52 = 1152 KNm (Because angle is counter clockwise) Mfcd = Mfdc = 0 Step 2: RELATIVE STIFFNESS (K) : I Members. I L Krel. L Mfbc = Mfcb = AB BC CD 2 4 3 4 5 4 2 20 4 4 20 5 3 20 4 Members. 10 16 15

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A 1 AB B 0.385 BA B 0.615 BC C 0.516 CB C 0.484 CD D 1 DC We attempt and solve the problem in a tabular form as given below: Joint Members K Cycle D.F. 1 FEM. BAL. 2 COM. BAL. 3 COM. BAL. 4 COM. BAL. 5 COM. BAL. End Moment. (change) near end. 1/2(change) far end. rel = K A AB 10 1.0 + 900 900 + 48.51 48.51 + 29.41 29.41 + 8.515 8.515 + 5.164 5.164 0 900 + 153.515 746.485 + 74.65 B BA 10 0.385 + 900 + 97.02 450 + 58.82 24.255 + 17.03 14.705 + 10.328 4.258 + 2.991 + 592.97 307.03 + 450 + 142.97 14.30 BC 16 0.615 1152 +154.98 + 297.22 + 93.96 19.99 + 27.21 12.12 + 16.497 3.51 + 4.777 592.97 + 559.03 332.63 + 226.4 14.15 CB 16 0.516 1152 + 594.43 + 77.49 39.98 + 46.98 24.24 + 13.605 7.020 + 8.249 4.256 486.74 + 665.26 279.515 + 385.745 24.11 C CD 15 0.484 0 + 557.57 0 37.51 0 22.74 0 6.585 0 3.493 + 486.74 + 486.74 122.69 +367.05 24.47 D DC 15 0 0 0 + 278.79 0 18.75 0 11.37 0 3.293 0 +245.38 + 245.38 243.37 + 2.01 0.134

checks have been satisfied. Now Draw SFD , BMD and sketch elastic curve as usual yourself.

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5.8. APPLICTION TO FRAMES (WITHOUT SIDE SWAY) : The reader will find not much of difference for the analysis of such frames. EXAMPLE NO. 5: Analyze the frame shown below by Moment Distribution Method.

16KN 2m 3I

2m

1.5m 8 KN 2I 1.5m A

SOLUTION : Step 1: F.E.M : Mfab = + Mfba = 8 1.52 1.5 = + 3 KNm 32 8 1.52 1.5 = 3 KNm 32 16 22 2 = + 8 KNm 42

Mfbc = +

AB BC

2 3

3 4

8 9

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Example is now solved in a tabular form as given below: Joint Members K Cycle D.F. 1 Fem. Bal. 2 Com. Bal. 3 Com. Bal. (Change) near end 1/2(change)far end Sum rel=Sum/(K) A AB 8 0 +3 0 1.175 0 0 0 +1.175 1.825 +1.175 0 0 B BA 8 0.47 3 2.35 0 0 0 0 5.35 2.35 +0.5875 1.7625 +0.22 BC 9 0.53 +8 2.65 0 0 0 0 +5.35 2.65 +0.6625 1.9875 +0.22 C CB 9 0 8 0 1.325 0 0 0 9.325 1.325 +1.325 0 0

Checks have been satisfied. DETERMINATION OF SUPPORT REACTIONS, SFD AND BMD.

7.006 5.35 5.35 B +4 1.5m +1.175 5.175 8KN +4 1.5m - 1.175 1.825 2.825 A

B

2m

16KN 2m

9.325

C

+8 -0.994 7.006

+8 -0.994 8.994

7.006

5.35KN-m 2m B 7.006KN 16KN 2m 9.325 KN-m C 8.994KN

7.006 Mx=7.006X-5.35=0 x=0.764m Mx=8.994 X-9.325=0 x=1.057 m + 0 8.994 8.662 0 5.35 9.325 X + X 0 B.M.D. 0 S.F.D.

8.994

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(rotated member)

7.006 S.F.D. B + 5.175 C 8.994

3.825 +

BMD

5.35 + B 8.662

9.325 + C

1.825

ELASTIC CURVE

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EXAMPLE NO.6: Analyze the frame shown in the fig. by Moment Distribution Method.

20KN A 2m 4m 2I D E 6m 6m 4m 5I B 4m 5I 6m 2I

20KN 2m 2I C 4m

SOLUTION : Step 1: F.E.M : Mfab = Mfba = Mfbc = Mfcb = + 20 42 2 = + 17.778 KNm 62 20 22 4 = 8.889 KNm 62 + 20 22 4 = + 8.889 KNm 62 20 42 2 = 17.778 KNm 62

Mfad = MFda = 0 Mfbe = Mfeb = 0 Mfcf = Mffc = 0 Step 2: RELATIVE STIFFNESS (K) : Members. AB BC AD BE CF I 5 5 2 2 2 L 6 6 4 6 4 I L 5 12 6 5 12 6 2 12 4 2 12 6 2 12 4 Krel 10 10 6 4 6 There are no loads on these spans.

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Step 3: Distribution Factor (D.F): Joint A A B B B C C F E D Member AD AB BA BE BC CB CF FC EB DA D.F. 0.375 0.625 0.417 0.166 0.417 0.625 0.375 0 0 0

Now we attempt the problem in a tabular form. Calculation table is attached Draw SFD, BMD and sketch elastic curve now.

6.667 2.5

A

2m

20KN 2m

6.667 2.5

2.5

6.667

6m 2.5 E 15 F

4m

3.334 12.034

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6.667 A 2m 12.034KN 7.966KN 12.034 Mx=12.034 x-6.667= 0 x=0.554m Mx=7.966 x -14.444= 0 x=1.813 m 17.401 X 0 6.667

20KN 14.444 4m B 7.966KN 2m 6.667 C 12.034KN 7.966 0

20KN 4m

14.444 B

+ 0

+ 0

S.F.D. (KN)

7.966

X + + 0 B.M.D. (KN-m)

14.444

+ 0

S.F.D. (KN)

6.667

6.667

6.667

2.5

6.667 3.334

F 2.5

6.66

6m

3.334

2.5

3.334

3.334

2.5

0 3.334

0 2.5

2.5

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D E

Elastic Curve EXAMPLE NO. 7:- Analyze the following frame by Moment Distribution Method. SOLUTION: This is a double story frame carrying gravity and lateral loads and hence would be able to sway both at upper and lower stories.

2KN/m C D 3m 2I 3KN/m B 2KN/m I 2I E

2I

2I

3m

5m

Mfcb = 2.25 KNm. 2.52 Mfbe = Mfcd = = + 4.167 KNm 12 Mfeb = Mfdc = 4.167 KNm Mfde = Mfcd = 0 Mfef = Mffe = 0

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C R 1 5m I R D 1

E 2I 3m F

Mfbc = Mfcb =

+ 6EI + 6E(2I ) = 900 = + 1200 (Note: 900 value is an arbitrary multiplier) L2 32 + 6 EI + 6 E(2 I) Mfde = Mfed = = 900 = + 1200 (Because R is clockwise) L2 32 Step 4: F.E.Ms. Due To Side Sway Of Lower Storey :

C I 5m D

3m 2I B

-R 2 R

-R 2 E R

3m 2I A F

Mfab = Mfba =

Mfef = Mffe =

(R is clockwise, So positive)

Determination Of Shear Co-efficients (K1, K2) for upper and lower stories :

Upper Storey: C M CB M DE D

3m

3m

3KN/m

M BC E HE = M ED

HB

HE

HB = 4.5+

MBC+MCB 3

MED+MDE 3

Lower Storey

Hb + He =0 Ha + Hf = 0

MBA B

(1) where Hb and He values in terms of end moments are shown in the relavant diagram. (2)

M EF E

3m

3m

3KN/m

HA A M AB F

MFE

HF

HA =

HF =

MFE+MEF 3

Where Ha and Hf values in terms of end moments are shown in the relavant diagram Now we attempt the problem in a tabular form. There would be three tables , one due to loads(TableA), other due to FEMs of upper story (TableB) and lower story (TableC). Insert these three tables here. Now end moment of a typical member would be the sum of moment due

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to applied loads K1 same end moment due to sway of upper story K2 same end moment due to sway of lower story. Picking up the values from tables and inserting as follows we have. Mab = 1.446 K1(143.66) + K2 (1099 .625). Mba = 3.833 K1 (369.4) + K2 (1035.46) Mbc = 0.046 + K1 (522.71) K2 (956.21) Mcb = 4.497 + K1 (314.84) K2 (394.38). Mcd = + 4.497 K1 (314.84) + K2 (394.38) Mdc = 3.511 K1 (314.84) + K2 (394.38) Mde = + 3.511 + K1 (314.84) K2 (394.38) Med = + 2.674 + K1 (522.71) K2 (956.29). Mef = + 1.335 K1 (369.4) + K2 (1035.46) Mfe = + 0.616 K1 (193.66) + K2 (1099.625). Mbe = + 3.878 K1 (153.32) K2 (79.18) Meb = 4.009 K1 (153.32) K2 (79.18) Put these expressions of moments in equations (1) & (2) & solve for K1 & K2. 0.046 + 522.71 K1 956.21 K2 4.497 + 314.84 K1 394.38 K2 +2.674+522.71 K1 956.29 K2+3.511+314.84 K1 394.38 K2 = 13.5 1675.1 K1 2701.26 K2 11.858 = 0 1.446 143.66 K1 + 1099.625 K2 3.833 369.4 K1 + 1035.46 K2 +0.646193.66 K1+1099.625 K2+1.335369.4K1+1035.46K2 = 40.5 1076.12 K1 + 4270.17 K2 40.936 = 0 From (3) K2 =

(3)

(4) (5)

1076.12 K1 + 2648 K1 18.745 40.936 = 0 1571.88 K1 59.68 = 0 K1 = 0.03797 From (5) K2 = 1675.1 (0.03797) 11.858 2701.26

K2 = 0.01915

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Putting the values of K1 and K2 in above equations , the following end moments are obtained. FINAL END MOMENTS : Mab = 1.446 0.03797 x 143.66 + 0.01915 x 1099.625 = + 17.05KNm Mba = + 1.97 KNm Mbc = + 1.49 KNm. Mcb = 0.095 KNm. Mcd = + 0.095 KNm Mdc = 7.91 KNm Mde = + 7.91 KNm Med = + 4.21 KNm Mef = + 7.14 KNm Mfe = + 14.32 KNm Mbe = 3.46 KNm Meb = 11.35 KNm These values also satisfy equilibrium of end moments at joints. For simplicity see end moments at joints C and D.

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