King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
ARC 222
Second Semester 2005 (Term 042)
Text: Structural Analysis (4^{th} ed.) by R.C. Hibbeler &
Elementary Structures for Architects and Builders by R.E. Shaeffer (4^{th} ed.)
Instructor : Dr. Salah U. alDulaijan
Office Location : 155416 Tel. : 8602850
Email : sud@kfupm.edu.sa
Office Hours : Sat, Mon, and Wed from 11.00 am12 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 
2^{nd} 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 
2^{nd} 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 
2^{nd} 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 
1^{st} 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.