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Department Of Civil Engineering

De Salle University - Manila


OBE COURSE SYLLABUS
COLLEGE: COE DEPARME!: Civil Engineering
COURSE CODE: SRUC" COURSE #LE: $e%ry %f Str&'t&res
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U!#S: ( PRERE)U#S#ES: MEDE*OR
CLASS DAYS A!D CLASS #ME: ______________________ ROOM: +++++++++++++++
!ame %f #nstr&'t%r: ___________________________________________________________
C%ns&ltati%n ,%&rs: _______________________________________________________
COURSE DESCR#P#O!: Theory of Structures I covers advanced topics in
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies and is also the frst course on Theory of Structures.
The topics on Mechanics of Deformable Bodies that will be discussed include
nsymmetrical Bendin!" #on$homo!enous %&ial ' (le&ural Members" )urved Beams"
Shear )enter" Inelastic Bendin!" *lastic Moment" +lastic Buc,lin! of )olumns. The
topics on Theory of Structures focus on the %nalysis of Determinate and Indeterminate
Beams includin! solvin! for De-ections of Beams usin! Double Inte!ration Method"
%rea$Moment Method and Superposition. This course is essential for a civil en!ineer in
desi!nin! various types of structures.
LEAR!#!G OUCOMES:
.n completion of the course" the student is e&pected to be able to do the
followin!:
ELGA SUDE! OUCOMES
-SO.
LEAR!#!G OUCOME -LO.
CC:
)reative '
)ritical Thin,er
RLL: /e-ective
0ife 0on!
0earner
SO-A/ %n ability to apply
,nowled!e of mathematics"
physical sciences" en!ineerin!
sciences to the practice of civil
en!ineerin!.
SO-E/ %n ability to reco!ni1e"
formulate" and solve civil
en!ineerin! problems.
LO": %naly1e the elastic internal
forces and stresses of strai!ht beams
under symmetrical or unsymmetrical
bendin!.
LO0: %naly1e the elastic internal
forces and stresses of strai!ht non$
homo!enous beams.
LO(: %naly1e the elastic internal
forces and stresses of curved beams
under symmetrical bendin!.
LO1: %naly1e the internal forces and
stresses of beams under inelastic
bendin!
LO2: %naly1e the failure load of
columns due to buc,lin! and crushin!
LO3: %naly1e statically determinate
beams for elastic de-ections and
slopes usin! various methods
LO4: %naly1e the shear stresses and
shear center of beams for various
shapes
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SUDE! COURSE OUPUS:
%s evidence of attainin! the above learnin! outcomes" the student is re2uired to do
and submit the followin! durin! the indicated dates of the term.
LEAR!#!G OUCOME RE)U#RED OUPU DUE DAE
0.3$0.4 *roblem Sets See s,ed
0.3$0.4 0on! 5ui11es See s,ed
0.3$0.4 (inal +&ams See s,ed
*roblem sets are homewor, assi!nments that should be completed by students
individually and6or by a !roup. .ne problem set will be individual and two problem sets
will be a !roup wor,. The class will divided into !roups of three members 7ma&8. The
problem set consists of homewor, and seatwor,. The homewor, consists of problems
that should be completed and submitted at specifc date. .n the date of submission an
individual seat wor, in the form of a short 2ui1 related to the homewor, will be !iven.
The *roblem Set 9rade :4;< =omewor, > ?;< Seatwor,.
If the problem set is a !roup wor," the seatwor, !rade of a student will consist
of the !rades of !roup members distributed as @;< 7student8" 3;<7!roup mate
38 and 3;<7!roup mate A8. This is to encoura!e !roup members to be
accountable also to the learnin! of their !roup mates.
RUBR#C *OR ASSESSME! %f Pr%5lem Sets:
CR#ER#A OUSA!D#!
G
1
6ERY GOOD
(
GOOD
0
POOR
"
RA#!G
Theory
(15%)
The theory and
equations are
applied
correctly.
Assumptions and
conclusions are
given.
The theory and
equations are
applied
correctly.
Assumptions
given.
There are
minor
mistakes in
the theory
and
equations.
Theory
applied
incorrectly.
Solution and
Computation
(15%)
The solution is
complete and
presented step
y step. The
units are
complete and
correct.
The solution and
computations
are complete.
The units are
complete and
correct.
Some steps in
the solution
are not clear.
!inor
numerical
errors.
"ncorrect
units.
The solution
is not clear.
!a#or
numerical
errors.
"ncorrect
units.
OAL:
GRAD#!G SYSEM:
3. 9eneral %vera!e The !eneral avera!e of each studentBs !rade will be computed as
follows:
*roblem Sets : AC <
0on! 5ui11es : C;<
2
(inal +&am : AC <
A. (inal 9rade: The fnal !rade will be determined based on the !eneral avera!e:
1/7: DE.; $
3;;.;
(/2 : @@.; $ D?.D
(/7: @A.; $ @4.D
0/2 : 4F.; $ @3.D
0/7 : 4;.; $ 4C.D
"/2 : FC.; $ FD.D
"/7 :F;.; $ FE.D
7/7 : CD.D below
SRUC" LEAR!#!G PLA!:
LO 89 Mt
g
%pi' Ref
Learning
A'tivities
3 3 )ourse Syllabus and .verview of the )ourse
)ontentsG Structural %nalysis vs Structural
Desi!n" /eview of Basic )oncepts: (orce
Systems" +2uilibrium +2ns and (BDs" Internal
(orces in Members" Stress H Strain Dia!rams
70inear vs #onlinear8"
0ecture
9obbet on
beam brid!e
Iideo on
Structures
0.3 A /eview of moment and shear dia!rams"
elastic stress analysis of beams" centroid and
moment of inertia
Solve: *hilpot7*4.??$*4.EA8 7*@.3D$*@.A?8
* 7)h 4$@8
S7)h. 3$C8
=7E" F.3$
F.E8
0ecture
MecMovies
Moment of
Inertia 9ame
A ? Diagn%sti' )&i:: /eview MecMovies on
+2uilibrium" Shear and Bendin! Moment
7M4.3$M4.?8 and +lastic %nalysis of Beams
7M@.3$M@.48
*roblem
Solvin!
0.3 E Symmetric vs nsymmetrical Bendin!"
9eneral Bendin! Stress (ormula
Solve *hilpot7*D.FC$@.4C8
*7@.@8
S73?$D8"
=7F.C8
0ecture
Slides
Seatwor,
0.3 ? C *roduct of Inertia" *rincipal Moment of Inertia"
Special cases on nsymmetrical Bendin!
*7%.?8
S7%$46%$
3A8
=7%.?$%.C8
0ecture

0.3 F *roblems on nsymmetrical Bendin! *roblem


solvin!
0.A E 4 #on$homo!enous (le&ural Members
Transformed Section Method
*7@.F8
S73;$363;$
A8
=7F.F8
0ecture
Slides
0.A @ *roblems on #on$homo!enous Beams"
Solve7*@.?D$*@.E48
#on$homo!enous a&ial members
S73;$E8
=7F.48
0ecture
0.A C D SUBM#SS#O! O* PROBLEM SE !O/ "
/eview 6 Short 5ui1 on Selected *roblem Set
3
*roblem
solvin!
MecMovies
3; LO!G )U#; !O/ "
0.? F 33 )urved Beams $ Theory
S73?$3;8"
=7F.@8
0ecture
Slides
0.? 3A )ombined Bendin! ' %&ial 0oadin! in )urved
Beams
=7@.A8
0ecture
*roblem
solvin!
0.E 4 3? Inelastic Bendin!" *lastic Moment
S73E$
3J3E$?8
=7F.3;8
0ecture
Slides
3
0.E
0.C
3E *lastic moment in beams" )ollapse
Mechanism
Modes of failure of columns
Buc,lin! of )olumns" +ulerBs (ormula
Solve *hilpot 7*3F.3$3F.3;" 3F.3A$3F.3?8
S733$
3J33$E8
=73?.3$
3?.?8
0ecture
Slides
Iideo 7column8
0.C @ 3C Buc,lin! of )olumns H +Kect of end conditions
and bracin!
Solve *hilpot 7*3F.3@$3F.AF8
*7)h 3F8
0ecture
Slides
3F SUBM#SS#O! O* PROBLEM SE !O/ 0
/eview 6 Short 5ui1 on Selected *roblem Set
A

D 34 LO!G )U#; !O/ 0


3@ Statically Determinate and Indeterminate
BeamsG De-ections of BeamsG Double
Inte!ration Method 7DI Method8
*7)h 3;8
=73A.3$
3A.?8
0ecture
*roblem
Solvin!
Demo
0.E 3; 3D Discontinuity (unctionsG DI Method
Solve *hilpot 7*3;.E4$3;.4C8
S7F.?JF$
48
=73A.E8
0ecture
MecMovies
0.E A; Two theorems of the Moment$%rea Method $
=73A.E8
0ecture
33 A3 De-ections by Moment$%rea Method
=73A.E8
*roblem
Solvin!
A AA SUBM#SS#O! O* PROBLEM SE !O/ (
/eview 6 Short 5ui1 on Selected *roblem Set
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http6www.mat
halino.com
0.C 3A A? LO!G )U#; !O/(
AE Shear stressG Shear -ow
*7D.4$D.D8
0ecture
3? AC Shear center
Solve *hilpot7*D.CD$*D.FD8
*7D.3;8
Slides
AF 9rade )onsultation" /eview
3E A4 *#!AL E<AM
RE*ERE!CES:
e=t
7*8 *hilpot" Timothy" Mechanics of Materials" ?
rd
+d" A;3E" Liley
7=8 =ibbeler" Mechanics of Materials 7SI +dition8" A;3;" *rentice$=all
7S8 Sin!er and *ytel" Stren!th of Materials" E
th
+d." =arper and )ollins
Referen'es
Structural %nalysis 7SI8" Massimali" " E
th
+d" )en9a!e 0earnin!
Online Res%&r'es
MecMovies: Mechanics of Materials by Timothy %. *hilpot"
http$%%&e.mst.edu%'mecmovie%
Introductory *roblems in Structural %nalysis by Steve Billin!sley"
http$%%&&&.pulic.iastate.edu%'(anous%ce))*%
Solutions to problems by Sin!er" http%&&&.mathalino.com
Beam Slope and De-ections )alculator:
http://civilengineer.webinfolist.com/str/sdcalc.htm
CLASS POL#C#ES:
3. %ttendance will be chec,ed at all times.
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A. % student who missed ta,in! a 0on! 5ui1 or (inal +&am will be !iven a !rade of
1ero for the missed 2ui1 or e&am. % ma,e$up 2ui1 or e&am will be !iven under
e&ceptional cases only and upon the discretion of the department.
?. E=empti%n fr%m *inal E=aminati%n: % student whose avera!e of the three lon!
2ui11es is >3? and no 2ui1 with a !rade lower than D;< and a dia!nostic 2ui1
!rade not lower than @C< need not ta,e the fnal e&am. The fnal !rade will be
computed as follows @;< > A;< *roblem Sets.
E. %cademic dishonesty of any form will #.T be tolerated. %cademic dishonesty
includes" but it is not limited to:
)heatin! in a 0on2 5ui1 or (inal +&am 7)opyin! somebodyBs wor, or lettin!
somebody copy your wor,8
The unauthori1ed used of intellectual property 7pla!iarism8
0yin! to an instructor or any university employee.
Such actions will be penali1ed with a failin! !rade in the 0on2 5ui1 or (inal +&am
and with the stron! possibility of course failure and referral to the .Nce of the Iice
Dean and6or Discipline .Nce for disciplinary action.
Revised by:AWCO (Date: May 2014)
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