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Tech(Structural Engineering)

Matrix Analysis of Structures (Theory & Practice) (16MST12)

I. Course Overview

This course introduces the students to analyze civil engineering

structures mathematically modeled as beams, frames,grids using

displacement method.

II.

Objectives

Graduates shall be able to

1. Apply the knowledge of different types of structures, to assess their degrees

of freedom and indeterminacy.

2. Utilize concepts of matrix methods to model structural component.

3. Analyze the behavior of different types of structures.

4. Evaluate and compare beams, frames and trusses with different degrees of

freedom.

III.

This course mainly emphasizes on analyzing structures using matrix

methods. Different types of structures and evaluation of their static and

kinematic indeterminacies will be dealt. The two methods of analysis of

structures in civil engineering domain i.e. force and displacement methods

will be briefed and stiffness method in detailed and comprehensively

manner on beams, frames and grids. The students will also be made to

analyze problems on MATLAB, STAAD in their laboratory classes.

IV.

Required Prerequisites

Structural analysis of indeterminate structures, matrix methods

Assessment Strategy

V.

CIE will consist of TWO Tests, TWO Quizzes and ONE assignment. The test

will be for 30 marks each and the quiz for 10 marks each. The assignment

will be for 20 marks. The total marks for CIE (Theory) will be 100 marks.

Scheme of Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) for Practical

CIE for the practical courses will be based on the performance of the

student in the laboratory, every week. The laboratory records will be

evaluated for 40 marks. One test will be conducted for 10 marks. The total

marks for CIE (Practical) will be for 50 marks.

Scheme of Semester End Examination (SEE) for Theory

The question paper will have FIVE questions with internal choice from

each unit. Each question will carry 20 marks. Student will have to answer

one question from each unit. The total marks for SEE (Theory) will be 100

marks.

Scheme of Semester End Examination (SEE) for Practical

SEE for the practical courses will be based on conducting the experiments

and proper results for 40 marks and 10 marks for viva-voce. The total

marks for SEE (Practical) will be 50 marks.

VI.

Course Format

Total hours

: 04

: 48

:100

Examination marks

: 100

LABORATORY

One class of 3hours duration per week : 14

Internal assessment marks

:50

Examination marks

: 50

SYLLABUS

Unit I

09Hr

s

Introduction to matrix, Types of matrices, Solution techniques including numerical

problems for simultaneous equation, Gauss elimination and Cholesky method, Band

width consideration.

Unit II

10Hr

s

Static and Kinematic indeterminacy of rigid jointed frames, trusses and grids.

Concepts of stiffness and flexibility, development of structure stiffness matrices

for continuous beams, two dimensional rigid jointed structures using basic

fundamental approach. Analysis of continuous beams, plane trusses and rigid plane

frames by stiffness method (having not more than 3 coordinates 3x3 stiffness

matrix)

Unit III

10Hr

s

stiffness matrix for continuous beams, plane trusses and rigid plane frames (having

not more than six degrees of freedom 6x6 stiffness matrix) ,Analysis of

continuous beams, plane trusses and rigid plane frames by stiffness method

(having not more than 3 degrees of freedom 3x3 stiffness matrix).Analysis

considering effect of sinking of supports, temperature, linear and rotational springs.

Unit IV

09Hr

s

method for two dimensional beams, frames and trusses (having not more than six

degrees of freedom 6x6 stiffness matrix), Analysis of continuous beams, plane

trusses and rigid plane frames by direct stiffness method (having not more than 3

degrees of freedom 3x3 stiffness matrix).

Unit V

10Hr

s

Principles of analysis of three dimensional space truss, grid structures using direct

stiffness method- development of structure stiffness matrix. Numerical problems

restricted to three degrees of freedom.

Unit VI (Lab Component)

Analysis using MATLAB Software

1) Analysis of plane trusses by displacement transformation stiffness method.

2) Analysis of rigid plane frames by displacement transformation stiffness method

3) Analysis of plane trusses by direct stiffness method

4) Analysis rigid plane frames by direct stiffness method

5) Analysis space truss by direct stiffness method

6) Analysis grid structures by direct stiffness method

Analysis using Staad Pro Software

7) Analysis of two dimensional structures.

8)Analysis of space structures.

Unit

Topic

No. Of

Classes

02

method, band width consideration

Static and Kinematic indeterminacy of rigid jointed

frames, trusses and grids.

Concepts of stiffness and flexibility, development

of structure stiffness matrices for continuous

beams, two dimensional rigid jointed structures

using basic fundamental approach.

Analysis of continuous beams, plane trusses and

rigid plane frames by stiffness method (having not

more than 3 coordinates 3x3 stiffness matrix)

Displacement-transformation

matrix

using

Stiffness Method, Development of global stiffness

matrix for continuous beams, plane trusses and

rigid plane frames (having not more than six

degrees of freedom 6x6 stiffness matrix) ,

Analysis of continuous beams, plane trusses and

rigid plane frames by stiffness method (having not

more than 3 degrees of freedom 3x3 stiffness

matrix).Analysis considering effect of sinking of

supports, temperature, linear and rotational

springs.

Development of element stiffness matrix, global

stiffness matrix by direct stiffness method for two

dimensional beams, frames and trusses (having

06

Total

Class

Per

Chapter

09

03

04

10

03

04

05

10

05

09

stiffness matrix).

Analysis of continuous beams, plane trusses and

rigid plane frames by direct stiffness method

(having not more than 3 degrees of freedom 3x3

stiffness matrix).

Principles of analysis of three dimensional space

truss, grid structures using direct stiffness

methodDevelopment of structure stiffness matrix.

Numerical problems restricted to three degrees

of freedom.

TOTAL

05

04

05

09

48

After successful completion of this course the student student will be able to:

CO1. Apply the concepts of matrix methods to model trusses, beams, and

frames.

CO2. Analyze structures using matrix methods by analytical methods and

software tools with different degrees of freedom

CO3.

Evaluate and compare behaviour of structural elements under different

boundary conditions.

Reference Books:

1.

2.

3.

4.

S.Rajasekaran,

G.

Sankarasubramanian

Computational

Structural

Mechanics, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt Ltd, 7th Edition, 2015, NewDelhi110092.ISBN-13: 978-8120317345,ISBN-10:8120317343.

Damodar Maity, Computer Analysis of Framed Structures I K International

Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.,2007, ISBN-13: 978-8189866198.

Rudra Pratap, Getting started with MatLab Oxford University Press,2010

ISBN: -13:978-0-19-806919-5

Amos Gilat,Matlab An introduction with applications, Wiley Publications, 4 th

edition 2012, ISBN-13: 978-8126537204.

Scheme of Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) for Theory

CIE will consist of TWO Tests, TWO Quizzes and ONE assignment. The test will be

for 30 marks each and the quiz for 10 marks each. The assignment will be for 20

marks. The total marks for CIE (Theory) will be 100 marks.

Scheme of Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) for Practical

CIE for the practical courses will be based on the performance of the student in the

laboratory, every week. The laboratory records will be evaluated for 40 marks. One

test will be conducted for 10 marks. The total marks for CIE (Practical) will be for 50

marks.

Scheme of Semester End Examination (SEE) for Theory

The question paper will have FIVE questions with internal choice from each unit.

Each question will carry 20 marks. Student will have to answer one question from

each unit. The total marks for SEE (Theory) will be 100 marks.

Scheme of Semester End Examination (SEE) for Practical

SEE for the practical courses will be based on conducting the experiments and

proper results for 40 marks and 10 marks for viva-voce. The total marks for SEE

(Practical) will be 50 marks.

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