THEORY OF STRUCTURES CIVIL ENGINEERING DIPLOMA 5th SEM Syllabus

 Unit 2-Slope deflection method Cognitive level –Remember State the limitations of slope deflection method? Write down the equilibrium equations used in slope deflection method? What is the basic assumption made in slope deflection method? Give the fixed end moment for the beam below a) full UDL b)centre point load c) 2 point load both l/3 distance from support What is the moment at a hinged end of a simple beam? Write down the slope deflection equation for fixed end support? Write the general equations for finding out the moment in a beam AB by using slope deflection equation? What are the quantities in terms of which the unknown moments are expressed in slope deflection method? What is meant by distribution factor? Who introduced slope-deflection method of analysis? Define degree of freedom

 Sl. No Bloom’s taxonomy % in Weightage 1 Remembering and Understanding 23% 2 Applying the knowledge acquired from the course 41% 3 Analysis 36% 4 Synthesis ( Creating new knowledge) 0% 5 Evaluation 0%
 Test/Date and Time Semester/year Course/Course Code Max Marks Ex: I test/ 6 th week of sem 10-11 Am V sem THEORY OF STRUCTURES 20 Year: 2015-16 Course code: 15CE63G Name of Course coordinator :                                                        Course Outcomes : 1 & 2 Note: Answer all questions Questions M CL CO PO 1 Define degree of indeterminacy 2 R 1 1,2,5 2 Mention  the  difference  between  Static    and Kinematic indeterminacy with exmples 4 U 1 2,5 3 Analyse the beam as shown in Figure below and draw BMD. Use Slope Deflection Method. OR 14 R/U Ap/An 2 1,2,3,4, 5

•REFERENCE TEXT BOOKS
1. R.C.Hibbeler, Structural Analysis, Pearson.
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4. G.S.Pandit,S.P.Gupta&R.Gupta, Theory of Structures Vol-I&II, TATA McGraw Hill Education.
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MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time: 3hours THEORY OF STRUCTURES Max.marks:100
Answer any five full question 20 x 5= 100

1. a)State Conditions of equilibrium b)Define redundant force
c) Mention the difference between Static and Kinematic indeterminacy with exmples
2. Find degree of indeterminacy of structures as given below

7. Analyse the truss by method of joints and indicate the member of forces with neat sketch

8. Analyse the truss by method of joints and indicate the member of forces with neat sketch

Model Questions Bank
 Unit 1- INTRODUCTION STATIC AND KINEMATIC INDETERMINACY. Cognitive level –Remember 2.       State Conditions of equilibrium 3.       Define redundancy 4.      Define redundant force 5.      What are all type of frames 6.      Define degree of indeterminacy 7.      What is equilibrium condition 8.         What are the methods of structure to determining the degree of indeterminacy Cognitive level –Understand 1.       Mention the difference between Static indeterminacy and Kinematic indeterminacy 2.      Differentiate determinate and indeterminate of structure 3.      Differentiate static and kinematic indeterminacy of structure 4.      Differentiate external and internal indeterminacy of structures Cognitive level –Application 1.     To find degree of indeterminacy of structures as given below 2.     To find degree of indeterminacy of structures as given below       3.     Check whether the following beam is statically determinate or not.

 4.     Check whether the following beam is statically determinate or not.     5.     Determine the degree of statical indeterminacy 6.     Determine the degree of statical indeterminacy   7.     A four span continous beam has all simple supports.What is the static indeterminancy of the beam?

Cognitive level –Understand
Say true or false and if false, justify your answer “slope deflection method is a force method”?
What are the reasons for sway in portal frames?
What are the sign conventions used in slope deflection method? Why slope-deflection method is called a displacement method?
Mention any three reasons due to which sway may occur in portal frames? Write the fixed end moments for a beam carrying a central clockwise moment? What is the basis on which the sway equation is formed for a structure?
How many slope-deflection equations are available for each span? What is the moment at a hinged end of a simple beam?

Cognitive level –Application

 Unit 3- Moment Distribution Method. Cognitive level –Remember 1.          Explain carry over factor and distribution factor. 2.         Define: Continuous beam? 3.         Define Stiffness? 4.         Define: Moment distribution method (Hardy Cross method) 5.         Define: Distribution factor 6.         Define: Stiffness factor 7.         Define: Flexural Rigidity of Beams 8.         Define sway 9.         What is carry over moment? Cognitive level –Understand 1.     What are the advantages of continuous beams over simply supported beams? 2.     State how the redundancy of a rigid frame is calculated? 3.     Explain carry over factor and distribution factor? 4.     Give the relative stiffness when the far end is (a) Simply supported and (b) Fixed. 5.     What are the situations where in sway will occur in portal frames? 6.     Find the distribution factor for the given beam? 7.     What is the sum of distribution factors at a joint? 8.     Write the distribution factor for a given beam? Cognitive level –Application

Cognitive level –Application
1. Analyse the beam as shown in Figure below and draw BMD. Use Moment Distribution Method

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2. Analyse the beam as shown in Figure below and draw BMD. Use Moment Distribution Method.