King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

DEPARTMENT of ARCHITECTURE

 

ARC 222

 

Second Semester 2005 (Term 042)

 

Text: Structural Analysis (4th ed.) by R.C. Hibbeler &

Elementary Structures for Architects and Builders by R.E. Shaeffer (4th ed.)

 

Instructor : Dr. Salah U. al-Dulaijan

Office Location : 15-5416 Tel. : 860-2850

E-mail : sud@kfupm.edu.sa

Office Hours : Sat, Mon, and Wed from 11.00 am-12 Noon

 

COURSE OUTLINE & SCHEDULE

Lect.

Date

Subject

Section

1

Feb.12, 2005

Types of structures and Loads

1.1,1.3

2

14

Determinacy and Stability

2.4

3

16

Determinacy and Stability

2.4

4

19

Determinacy and Stability

2.4

5

21

Determinacy and Stability

2.4

6

23

Application of the Equations of Equilibrium

2.5

7

26

Application of the Equations of Equilibrium

2.5

8

28

Application of the Equations of Equilibrium

2.5

9

2nd March

Application of the Equations of Equilibrium

2.5

10

05

Internal Loading at Specified Point

4.1

11

07

Internal Loading at Specified Point

4.1

12

09

Shear and Moment Functions

4.2

13

12

Shear and Moment Functions

4.2

14

14

Shear and Moment Functions

4.2

15

16

Shear and Moment Diagrams

Ch.6 & 4.3

16

19

Shear and Moment Diagrams

Ch.6 & 4.3

17

21

Shear and Moment Diagrams

Ch.6 & 4.3

18

23

EXAM I

 

19

26

Arches

5.4

20

28

Arches

5.4

21

30

Three Hinged Arches

5.5

22

2nd April

Three Hinged Arches

5.5

23

04

Flexural Stresses, Introduction

7.1

24

06

Flexural Strain

7.2

25

16

Flexural stress, flexural Formula

7.3, notes

26

18

The Flexure Formula

7.3, notes

 

 

 

 

 

Lect.

Date

Subject

Section

27

20

" " (Continued)

7.3, notes

28

23

Nature of Shearing Stress, Diagonal Tension and Compression

8.1, 8.2

29

25

Basic Horizontal Shearing Stress Equation

8.3

30

27

Basic Horizontal Shearing Stress Equation

8.3

31

30

Horizontal Shearing Stresses in Timber Beams

8.4

32

2nd May

Horizontal Shearing Stresses in Steel Beams

8.5

33

04

Shear Flow

Notes

34

07

Shear Flow

Notes

35

09

EXAM II

 

36

11

Compound Normal/Shear Stress

Notes

37

14

Compound Normal/Shear Stress

Notes

38

16

Beam Deflection; by Equation Formula

9.1, 9.3, 9.4

39

18

Beam Deflection; by Equation Formula

9.4

40

21

Beam Deflections by Integration Method

Notes

41

23

Beam Deflections by Integration Method

Notes

42

25

Beam Deflection by Singularity Functions Method

Notes

43

28

Singularity Functions Method (Continued)

Notes

44

30

Statically Indeterminate Beams by Superposition

9.5

45

1st June

Statically Indeterminate Beams by Superposition

9.5

 

 

Grade Distribution:

 

Class Work [Homework & Quizzes] : 10%

First Exam : 25%

Second Exam : 25%

Final Exam : 40%

 

 

Note: (1) The University regulations regarding excessive absences will be strictly adhered to in this course. See the Undergraduate Bulletin. Each missed class without excuse, a deduction of 0.5 point of the final mark will be applies.

 

(2) All home works are to be submitted in a suitable engineering format with a cover page in due date. Late submission, without prior approval, will not be accepted.

 

(3) Do not copy home works. If you need any help, see me during office hours.