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## MSc Structural Engg

**Seismic Design of Structures**

Dr.Muhammad Saleem MSc Structural Engg

**Before Mids MSc Structural Engg**

Lecture #1 Notes Note-02 Introduction of Earthquakes (Click to Download)

Lecture # 3 -Note -Liquifaction Lecture # 4 – Engineering Seiemology

Lecture # 5 Lecture #6

Earthquake Resistant Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings

Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology Volume 2 February 2004

Seismic damage of and seismic rehabilitiion techniques for railway reinforced concrete structures Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology

seismic retrofitting methods newely developed for railway concrete structures

Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology

**After Mids MSc Structural Engg**

Structural Dynamics theory and computation by Mario Paz (2nd Edition)

Dr.M.Burhan Sharif MSc Structural Engg

International Building Code (IBC) 2006

American Society of Civil Engineers ( ASCE ) Standards Minimum Design loads for buildings and other structures

Website For Assignment http://www.usgs.gov/

**SLIDES/LECTURES**

**Before Mids MSc Structural Engg**

Intro Lecture #01 Lecture #02 Vertical irregularity Lec #03 Horizontal irregularity

Lec#04-IBC code Lec#04a_Lateral Systems Lec#04-05 Analysis

**After Mids MSc Structural Engg**

Lecture 7 Lecture 8 Lecture 9 Lecture 10 Lecture 11

**REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES**

Dr. Asad Ullah Qazi MSc Structural Engg

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318M-08) and Commentary

Reinforced Concrete Mechanics & Design

(6th Edition) By James.K.White and James.G.MacGregor

Wind & Earthquake resistant Buildings Structural Analysis and Design

By Bungale S. Taranath

**SLIDES/LECTURES**

Topics to be Covered Stress Strain Discussion Portal Frame

Bond Strength 1 Bond Strength 2 Bond and Development Length

Direct Design Method 1 Direct Design Method 2 Equivalent Frame Method

Column Behavior 1 Column Design 2 Column Design 3

Column Design 4 Column Design 5 Yield line analysis of slabs 1

Yield line analysis of slabs 2 Strip Method of Slab Design Torsion Design

Moment Curvature Relationship and Ductility

**SRTUCTURAL ANALYSIS**

Dr. Asif Hameed

**SLIDES/LECTURES
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**Before Mids**

Finite Element Analysis Lecture # 1 Lecture # 2

Lecture # 3 (Interpolation Functions) Lecture # 4(Method of weighted residuals)

**After Mids**

FEM Truss Example FEM Truss Potential Energy Approach FEM Beam Frame and Grid Element

F.E.M Beam Examples F.E.M Frame and Grid Examples FEM Plain Stress and Strain Equations

FEM Equations from Elasticity Theory Isoparametric Formulation

**Books For Finite Element Analysis**

A First Course in the Finite Element Method by Daryl L. Logan

University of Wisconsin–Platteville

Fundamentals of * Finite Element Analysis By *David V. Hutton Pullman, WA

The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2004

Finite Element Modeling for Stress Analysis By Robert D. Cook

University of Wisconsin – Madison

Dr. Aun

**SLIDES/LECTURES**

**Properties of Structural Materials**

Dr.Burhan Shareef MSc Structural Engg

Lecture 00 Lecture 01 Lecture 2&3 Lecture 4 (Tests for Aggregates)

Metakaolin as pozzolanic material Lecture 5 Mixture Design Lecture 6&7 Admixtures

**Prestressed Concrete**

Dr. Fawad Mazhar MSc Structural Engg

Lecture 1 (Introduction of prestressed concrete) Lecture 2 (Prestressed concrete preliminaries)

Lecture 3 (Flexural Analysis) Lecture 4 (Intro & Selection of Geometric Properties) Assignment 1

Lecture 5 (Flexural Design tendon Profile and composite action)

**Steel**

Torsion Design of Locally Unstable Compression Members

**After Mids MSc Structural Engg**

Cold Formed Sections Channel SI Composite Steel Concrete 1 Composite 2 Composite 3

**THEORY OF INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES By Syed Ali Rizwan**

Chapter 1 : STABILITY, DETERMINACY OF STRUCTURES AND CONSISTENT DEFORMATIONS METHOD

Chapter 2: METHOD OF LEAST WORK

Chapter 3: INTRODUCTION TO TWO-HINGED ARCHES

Chapter 4: SLOPE – DEFLECTION METHOD

Chapter 5: THE MOMENT – DISTRIBUTION METHOD

Chapter 6: KANIS METHOD OR ROTATION CONTRIBUTION METHOD OF FRAME ANALYSIS

Chapter 7: INTRODUCTION TO COLUMN ANALOGY METHOD

Chapter 8: PLASTIC ANALYSIS OF STEEL STRUCTURES

Chapter 9: THE THREE MOMENT EQUATION

Chapter 10: INFLUENCE LINES

Chapter 11: THREE HINGED ARCHES

Note: If you have any Questions then you can ask under

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MSc Structural Engg*

thanks Yar

Welcome

A really good performance so promptly and efficiently made in uploading material relating to class work. It is appreciable.

Thank you

efficient

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nice effort 🙂

Thanks Hammad

you have done a marvellous job, keep it up.

i will try..Thanks

well done…are there any notes of foundation design(1& 2) available?

till now …no but may come with the passage of time

well buddy you have done a very good job..kindly cover the following topics 1)problems in construction and their solutions..2)steel details for different types of strictures e.g shear wall ,dams and so on.

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pre stressed concrete ki book 5th edition ki upload kr do. wo bhe net p available hy. scribd wali site p

ok thanks

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Dear,

kindly upload ASTM standards if you have.

Thanks

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please upload structural analysis matrix approach methods force mthod ,displacement method…

https://civilengineerspk.com/bsc-civil-engineering/structural-analysis/

kindly upload more etabs and safe videos in urdu thanks

we are trying to upload primavera videos these days. May be after that

plz help me how to find the value of Cb and Ct ?

i am shakiraullah rasheed i am from Afghanistan would you please send me the full address of your university through my email (engr_rasheed41@yahoo.com)

University ?

Do you have any notes/lectures regarding Advance mechanics of materials

Please Search that in our Search option.

Please upload a project for a Multistory building designed manually for each and every component.

That will take some time

Is this full MSc course.

Most of It