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Wood - Structural Analysis Equations (1 credit hours)
This course introduces students to the equations for deformation and stress, which are the basis for tension members and beam and column design. The first two sections cover tapered members, straight members, and special considerations such as notches, slits, and size effect.   A third section introduces stability criteria for members subject to buckling and for members subject to special conditions.
 
Note that this chapter focuses primarily on presenting fundamental mechanics-based equations. For design procedures, the reader is encouraged to contact appropriate industry trade associations or product manufacturers.
Allen Hughes
Students will learn about deformation equations (axial, bending, torsion).
 
Students will learn about deformation equations (combined bending and axial load).
 
Students will learn about stress equations (axial loads, bending, torsion).
 
Students will learn about stress equations (combined axial, bending, torsion).
 
Students will learn about stability equations (axial compression, bending loads, torsion loads).
 
Students will learn about stability equations (interaction of buckling modes).
 
Students will learn about deformation equations (axial loads, bending loads, torsion).
 
Students will learn about deformation equations (combined bending and axial load).

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