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Model the structure using a Displacement Method computer package, such as SuperStress or SAP2000, and complete the analysis to find the bending moments and shear forces acting in the main elements

Structural Mechanics and Analysis – module ENG2103

The plane rigidly-jointed frame shown in Figure 1, comprises an RC continuous beam which is supported on relatively slender RC columns with rigid connection to the beam. The load and dimension data are given in Tables 1 and 2 – note the parameters for your analysis relate to your URN and those shown in Figure 1 give an example of what the tabulated data means (note that you have both UDL AND concentrated loads on spans AB, BC and CD).

1. Part 1 - Model the structure using a Displacement Method computer package, such as SuperStress or SAP2000, and complete the analysis to find the bending moments and shear forces acting in the main elements. Clearly present the precise input data (model) you have used and the results obtained.

2. Part 2 – Re-analyse the beam ABCDE to determine the internal forces using the Moment Distribution approach. These data will be used for verification of the results found in Part 1. Show your principal workings (set-out as a “formal engineering calculation”) and give a graphical and tabulated summary the results obtained. Note you will need to change the column-beam connections for this simplified analysis. 


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