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Degree program: Architecture, Curriculum 2014

Course: А-44 Structural Mechanics 2

Faculty: Mechanics and Mathematics

Lecturers:
Prof. DSc. Eng. Konstantin Kazakov - kazakov@vsu.bg
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Anita Handruleva - anita_handruleva@abv.bg
Assistant Prof. Eng. Vladimir Matuski - vladimirmatuski@abv.bg

Contact hours: 60h, 30h lectures, 30h seminars

Self-study hours: 60h, 60h practical training

Course assessments: 1

Assessment: written examination

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 3, semester 5, lectures 2.0h, seminars 2.0h

ECTS - 4

The course "Structural Mechanics 2" aims to give students knowledge and practical skills in methods of statically determinate and redundant truss systems (constructions). The basic methods for determining internal forces in tri-hinged systems and hinged beams, as well as the main methods for solving redundant systems - force method, displacement method.

During the exercises practical problems are solved that illustrate the methods discussed in the lectures. Acquired knowledge and skills are tested through inspection and protection of the developed course project.

Learning Objectives

  • statically determinate and redundant truss systems (structures);
  • basic methods for determining internal forces in tri-hinged systems;
  • basic methods for determining internal forces in hinged beams;
  • basic methods for solving redundant systems - force method;
  • basic methods for solving redundant systems - displacement method.

 

 

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