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Xn)

[The unknowns can be external reactions, internal forces or both]

(Make sure that the structure remains stable)

(Set the unknowns equal to zero)

The Structure is now statically determinate, and it is called (THE RELEASED

STRUCTURE)

CORRESPONDING TO X1, At the location of X1.

THE COMPATIBILITY CONDITIONS AT THE LOCATION

OF ALL THE Xs

DOXi = THE DISPLACEMENT CORRESPONDING TO Xi IN THE

ORIGINAL STRUCTURE

DRXi = THE DISPLACEMENT CORRESPONDING TO Xi IN THE

RELEASED STRUCTURE due to the applied loads

Fij = THE DISPLACEMENT IN THE DIRECTION OF Xi at i DUE TO

ONE UNIT LOAD IN THE DIRECTION OF Xj at j

8- FIND THE DISPLACEMENTS CORRESPONDING TO THE

UNKNOWNS IN THE RELEASED STRUCTURE (DRXi)

(You may need to draw the shear and moment diagrams)

DRXi = Mmi dx/EI

9- FIND THE FLEXIBILITY COEFFICIENTS.

Fij = mimj dx/EI

10- SOLVE FOR THE UNKNOWNS FORCES (REDUNDANTS) BY USING

EQUATION 1.

11- AGAIN USE THE PRINCIPLE OF SUPERPOSITION AND

FIND ALL THE FORCES AND DISPLACEMENTS

12- DRAW THE FINAL SHEAR AND MOMENT DIAGRAMS

W = 2 k/ft

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2EI EI EI

A B C D E

1- SI = 3

2- CHOOSE THE UNKNWONS

W = 2 k/ft

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2EI EI EI

1

16 ft. 6 ft. 6 ft. 10 ft.

A B C D E

9

Flexibility Method Spring 2016

Released system

W = 2 k/ft

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DRX3

2EI DRX2 EI EI

DRX1

W = 2 k/ft

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Support

2EI EI EI

A B C D E

DRX1

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips Guided

Support

2EI EI DRX2

A B C D E

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips Guided

Support

2EI EI EI

A B C D E

DRX1

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips

DRX3

2EI DRX2 EI EI

DRX1

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips

DRX3

DRX1 DRX2

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips

DRX3

2EI DRX2

EI

DRX1

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips

a b c

+a+b = DRX1

+c+d = DRX2 d = 0, DRX3 = the rotation at E

W = 2 k/ft

48 ft-k 12 kips

2EI EI EI

A B C D E

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