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Eleanora Ernser III
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Date Created: 10/21/15
ARCH 631 F2008abn ARCH 631 Study Guide for Exam 3 This guide is not providing answers for the conceptual questions It is a list of topical concepts and their application you should be familiar with It is an aid to help prepare for the midterm exam Covers material of Lectures 15 17 18 19 amp 20 General Lateral Loads El Lateral stability vs gravity loading El Selective placement of horizontal and vertical El Resisting mechanisms rigid planes D Implane forces El Member orientation for frame action D Load transfer and Shear planes El Mechanism choices with building height D Torsional deform ations El Behavior of multistory frames under lateral load El Horizontal vs vertical shear planes D BehaVior Of tubes D Diaphragm action El Serviceability issues dampers El Diaphragms shear walls bracing frame action drag struts chevron knee etc Hazards Design El Equivalent static wind pressure direction size El Overturning With Spam to building height formula El Resonance frequency period of vibration El Wind speed amp 50 year return period damping El Vortex shedding El Stiffness lateral and torsional El Flutter El Center of mass center of rigidity El Windward leeward El Drift and shear distribution by floor mass El Flood zones amp 100 year flood El Pounding reentrant corners soft stories El Hydrostatic pressure calculation linear with El Seismic joints base isolation tuned mass depth of water by density yh dampers El Dynamic loads El Period length relationship to stiffness El Fault zones focus hypocenter epicenter El Springmass assembly model El Magnitude duration intensity of ground motion El Redundancy and continuity El Liquefaction landslides subsidence tsunami El Nonstructural elements contribution to stiffness El Inertial forces mass acceleration El Spectrum or spectral response El Base shear and code formulas El NEHRP actual name and function ARCH 631 Study Guide 3 F2007abn General C and Tension Members El Normal stress compression amp tension El Forces and stresses resisted by nails adhesives D Shear Stress non beams split ring connectors bolts etc D Bearing Stress El Rupture vs yielding in steel El Pinned joint vs rigid joint 539 Bolt designations El Single shear vs double shear D weld Strengths El Simple shear connector D Throat thickness El Connected area for longitudinal shear stress D Fillet butt plug SIOt calculation El Coping El Nail capacity and pitch for resisting longitudinal El Block shear rupture Shear El Web crippling El Effective area vs net area vs gross area of tension member Timber Design El Lumber vs engineered timber characteristics El Column stability factor FCE amp ld ex glulam El Interaction equations P A El Lightframe vs heavy timber construction D connection Stresses D Lunlber grading I I I El Design vs analysis El zirious strengths directionality wood type D Bolt designations D Builtup member types El Effective net area El Design methodologies and obtaining allowed D commotion types stresses adjustment factors duration multiple El Single vs double shear member use El Bolt capacity charts and relation to wood El Creep strengt s El Nominal dimensions El Allowable shear capacity charts for diaphragms El Beam self weight with respect to material density El Chord forces in diaphragms variable for wood types ARCH 631 F2007abn ARCH 631 Study Guide for Exam 2 This guide is not providing answers for the conceptual questions It is a list of topical concepts and their application you should be familiar with It is an aid to help prepare for the midterm exam Covers material of Lectures 7 9 10 11 12 amp 13 General Plates amp Grials El Plate vs slab El Simplified Frame Analysis amp Strip method El Oneway vs twoway behavior El Design shear amp moments spans integral with El Aspect ratio with respect to bay dimensions support rSt interior suppon etc39 D Space frame VS grid El Direct design method for twoway slabs amp M0 D Unit Width for design El Solutions for large shear at space frame supports D Moment redistribution El Moment of inertia with respect to folded plates El Pan joists T sections amp effective Width of ange D Reason for Stiffening Of fOIded plates D Drop panels El Live load reduction El Boundary conditions amp effect on deflections D ThiCkness as a framion Of bay Span L moments El Punching shear at columns El Point loads and effect on deflections moments General Membranes amp Shells El Appropriate loads amp primary stresses El Tension vs compression rings El Airsupported vs airin ated El Thrust El Materials durability and punctures El Buckling and snapthrough El Profiles and Wind effects El Anticlastic shell properties El Shell vs not shell stresses are key El Pressure vs membrane stress El Meridional vs Hoop El Curvature and membrane stress El Shell forces vs stresses with respect to thickness El Hyperbolic paraboloid and strips General Planning El Oneway vs twoway systems El Options for corners large spaces etc El Collectors El Integration with building services El Vertical amp horizontal grid considerations El Fire safety and planning El Long span considerations El Weakness Areas Tolerances Lateral bracing El Effect of loading types on system efficiency etc ARCH 631 Reinforced Concrete Study Guide 2 F2007abn El EIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEI EIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEI El Castin place precast prestressed pretensioned posttensioned Constituents to make concrete Slump Behavior in compression vs tension of concrete Design methodology 28day compressive strength Term working stress design Creep Camber hogging amp sagging composite Transformed section Depth of the Whitney stress Moment capacity or ultimate strength vs nominal moment or strength Factored design moment or shear or Design stress in reinforcement Design stress in concrete Reinforcement grades Reinforcement ratio Effective depth vs depth of a beam Underreinforced vs overreinforced Balancedsteel condition Purpose of minimum reinforcement area requirement Why development length is necessary EIEI EIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEI EIEIEIEI El Use of Strength Design Curves Rn Purpose of stirrup requirement when concrete capacity is available Diagonal tension cracks Stirrup strength Shrinkage Concrete cover and pquose 3 bar meaning of the numeral Purpose of compression reinforcement Tsection behavior and stresses in flange Oneway joists vs beams vs girders Spandrel Oneway slab design and unit strip Oneway vs twoway slabs Oneway vs twoway shear load amp strength Plate vs Flat Slab Continuous beam analysis with coefficients Clear span span length Columns with ties vs spirals stresses factors etc Interaction diagrams PA Location ofmaximum shear in beams Live load reduction Beam self weight relationship to material density 150 lbft Design vs analysis


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