## Static Analysis of 3 bars under thermal and mechanical loads, connected to a rigid beam (Method 2)

As the Figure shows, a rigid beam, AB, hanged via 3 vertical bars with the same lengths and cross sectional areas (0.1 in2). The middle bar is made from steel while the others are from copper. The temperature of bars increases 10 oF and [...]

## Static Analysis of 3 bars under thermal and mechanical loads, connected to a rigid beam (Method 1)

As the Figure shows, a rigid beam, AB, hanged via 3 vertical bars with the same lengths and cross sectional areas (0.1 in2). The middle bar is made from steel while the others are from copper. The temperature of bars increases 10 oF and [...]

## Analysis of a transmission tower

Consider the planar truss with shape of power tower shown in the Figure. The points S and T are attached to the ground to constrain them in all directions. All cross members like CD and BE are made of [...]

## Analysis of a statically indeterminate 2D truss (Method 2)

Consider the truss shown in the Figure including 9 members, which can rotate freely at the joints. The whole system is constrained at two points of A and D and a roller support of B. The members CE and [...]

## Analysis of a statically indeterminate 2D truss (Method 1)

Consider the truss shown in the Figure including 9 members, which can rotate freely at the joints. The whole system is constrained at two points of A and D and a roller support of B. The members CE and [...]

## Analysis of a statically indeterminate 3D truss

Consider the simple, pin-jointed truss with 7 members shown in the figure. The support points (C, D, E, F) are gripped into a vertical wall, so that, they can translate in no direction. We are willing to [...]