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Structural Analysis-I. Dr. Ali Tayeh. First Semester 2010-2011. Lecture 6. Trusses Part 2 Method of Section. The Method of Section. The Method of Section. STEPS FOR ANALYSIS.

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Structural Analysis-I

Dr. Ali Tayeh

First Semester

2010-2011

lecture 6

Lecture 6

TrussesPart 2

Method of Section

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The Method of Section

STEPS FOR ANALYSIS

1. Decide how you need to “cut” the truss. This is based on: a) where you need to determine forces, and, b) where the total number of unknowns does not exceed three (in general).

2. Decide which side of the cut truss will be easier to work with (minimize the number of reactions you have to find).

3. If required, determine the necessary support reactions by drawing the FBD of the entire truss and applying the EofE. (equations of equilibrium)

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4. Draw the FBD of the selected part of the cut truss. We need to indicate the unknown forces at the cut members. Initially we assume all the members are in tension, as we did when using the method of joints. Upon solving, if the answer is positive, the member is in tension as per our assumption. If the answer is negative, the member must be in compression. (Please note that you can also assume forces to be either tension or compression by inspection as was done in the figures above.)

5. Apply the equations of equilibrium (EofE) to the selected cut section of the truss to solve for the unknown member forces. Please note that in most cases it is possible to write one equation to solve for one unknown directly.

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Example 2

Solve the CF & GC membersin the truss

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Example 3

Solve the GF & GD membersin the truss

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Example 4

Solve the EB & ED membersin the truss

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Example 5

Solve the BC & MC members in the K-truss

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Group work 1

Solve All members

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Group work 2

Solve All members

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Group work 3

Solve members CH , CI

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Complex Truss

Force in members

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