Mastering Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

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Bending moment and shear force diagrams are used in the design of structures like beams and columns.It is important for engineers in the civil industry to have an established understanding of bending moment and shear force diagrams as it helps in the optimization of structural designs.

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Mastering Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

Bending moment and shear force diagrams are used in the design of structures like beams and columns.It is important for engineers in the civil industry to have an established understanding of bending moment and shear force diagrams as it helps in the optimization of structural designs. This reduces the chance of failures, and also cuts down on the overall weight of the building. Skill-Lync offers this course to take engineers through the various methods used to obtain and create bending moment and shear force diagrams with loading conditions that represent real-life scenarios.

By taking this course, learners will… Understand the closed-form solutions and approximation methods available for obtaining bending moment and shear force diagrams for beams and frames. Understand the differences in shear forces and bending moments in a structure based on the type of loading condition. Get hands-on experience with ETABS, a software tool used for generating bending moment and shear force diagrams

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Mastering Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

Eligibility

  • Civil engineering and diploma students
  • Civil engineering specialist.
  • Civil engineering design engineers.

Pre-requisites

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a diploma

Mastering Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

MODULE-1

Introduction

Concepts of stress and strain

Important aspects of stress-strain curves of steel and concrete materials

Hooke’s law

Modulus of elasticity

Limit of proportionality

Yield stress

Proof stress

Fundamentals of equilibrium state

Types of equilibrium

Equilibrium equations

Beams and their various types

MODULE-2

Analysis of Single Span Beams

Analysis approach for single-span beams

Types of loading

Uniform loading

Concentrated load

Linearly varying load

Determining the bending moment and shear force diagrams of beams

Sign convention used in the industry

MODULE-3

Introduction to Methods of Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Beams and Analysis of Propped Cantilever Beams

Statically indeterminate beams

Different methods of analysis of statically indeterminate structures

Stiffness method

Force method

Equilibrium and deformation compatibility equations

Overview on Castigliano’s theorem for determining displacements

Determination of bending moment and shear force diagrams of a single span statically indeterminate beam

Analysis of propped cantilever beam subjected to uniform load and concentrated load

MODULE-4

Introduction to Internal Hinges in Beams and Two Span Continuous Beams

Internal hinges in statically indeterminate beams along with real-life examples

Implications of internal hinges on bending moments

Analysis of single-span and two-span beams with internal hinge

Determining bending moment and shear force diagrams

MODULE-5

Introduction to Influence Line Diagrams

Concept of influence line diagram and its applications

Influence lines of vertical reactions for a single span simply supported beam

Concept of moving loads

Determining absolute maximum bending moment in a beam due to a system of concentrated loads

MODULE-6

Introduction to Muller Breslau’s principle

Müller-Breslau’s principle

Concept of load patterning

Application of Müller-Breslau’s principle

Determination of qualitatively maximum moment in midspan

Maximum moment over support

Maximum support reaction for multi-span beams

MODULE-7

Introduction to Flexible Supports of Beams (springs)

Concept of flexible supports

Real-life examples of flexible supports

Importance of considering support’s flexibility in statically indeterminate beams

Analysis of two-span beam with one of the supports as spring

Significance of support flexibility by comparing the analytical findings to a two-span beam without flexible supports.

MODULE-8

Introduction to Portal Frames

Portal frame structures

Various types of portal frames

Single storey single bay

Single storey two bays

Two storeys single bay

Two storeys two bays

Multi-storied multibay

Application of portal frames in real-life structures like steel and concrete buildings

MODULE-9

Analysis of Single Storied Portal Frame Subjected to Gravity Load

Analysis of single-storey portal frame with fixed base subjected to concentrated load using slope deflection method

The concept of the sway of the portal frame due to gravity loads

MODULE-10

Analysis of Single-Storey Portal Frame Subjected to Lateral Loads

Analysis of single-storey portal frame with fixed bases using slope deflection method

MODULE-11

Approximate Methods of Analysis for Multi-Storey Portal Frames

Approximate methods of analysis of multi-storied portal frames using

Portal frame method

Cantilever method

Derivation of bending moment and shear force diagrams

MODULE-12

Introduction to Modelling in ETABS

Overview of the ETABS software

Demonstration of ETABS analysis of single and multi-span beams.

Modeling flexible support in ETABS is demonstrated.

Demonstration of ETABS’s analysis of single-story and multi-story portal frames under varied support situations.

Measuring sway deformation and lateral drifts in the portal frame.

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