Structural Mechanics 2
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

132SME2  Z,ZK  6  2P+2C  Czech 
 Vztahy:
 The course 132SME2 can be graded only after the course 132SME1 has been successfully completed.
 The course 132PRE can be graded only after the course 132SME2 has been successfully completed.
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 Department of Mechanics
 Synopsis:

Internal forces diagrams of simple statically determinate plane structures and compound twodimensional structures. Multiaxially loaded cantilever. Definition of normal stress and prepositions of its distribution in a cross section. Equivalence of internal forces. Geometry of mass and areas, centre of gravity and moments of inertia.
 Requirements:

Before taking exam in 132SM02, it is required that students pass the exam in 132SM01.
 Syllabus of lectures:

1) Introduction, definition and principle of calculation of internal forces in the selected crosssection of a beam.
2) Load transfer on the centre line of the beam, calculation of the internal forces on the threedimensional straight beam and the threedimensional cranked beams.
3) Calculation of the internal forces in the crosssection of an inclined beam and a plane frame beam structure, equilibrium in the joints of the frame beam structure.
4) Differential relationships between the internal forces and the loads for the straight plane beam and threedimensional beam.
5) The functions of internal forces on the plane straight beam structure, extremes of the internal forces.
6) The functions of the internal forces on the plane inclined beam structure.
7) The internal force diagrams on the plane simple frame beam structures and on the plane complex frame beam structures.
8) The functions of the internal forces on the beam with a curved centre line, the parabolic and circular centre line.
9) The internal forces diagrams on symmetrical structures loaded with symmetrical loads.
10) The centre of gravity and moments of inertia of the cross sections, transformation of moments of inertia.
11) The principal central moments of inertia of the cross section, the ellipse of inertia.
12) Variable loads on building structures, snow load and wind load.
13) Combinations of load cases.
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1) Principle of marking the internal forces, calculation of the internal forces (bending moment M, normal force N, shear force V) in the crosssection of a straight beam structure.
2) Load transfer on the centre line of the beam, calculation of M, N, V in the crosssection of the threedimensional straight beam and the threedimensional cranked beams.
3) Calculation of M, N, V in the crosssection of an inclined beam and a plane frame beam structure, equilibrium in the joints of the frame beam structure.
4) The M, N, V diagrams on a plane straight beam – uniformly distributed load, triangular distributed load, trapezoidal distributed load, extremes of the internal forces.
5) The M, N, V diagrams on the plane frame beam structure  uniformly distributed load, triangular distributed load, trapezoidal distributed load, extremes of the internal forces, equilibrium in the joints of the frame beam structure.
6) The M, N, V diagrams on the plane frame structure with inclined beams.
7) The M, N, V diagrams on the plane complex frame beam structures.
8) The M, N, V diagrams on the beam with a curved centre line.
9) The M, N, V diagrams on a generally loaded threedimensional straight beam.
10) The centre of gravity and moments of inertia of the composite cross sections, the principal central moments of inertia, the ellipse of inertia of the composite crosssections.
11) The centre of gravity and moments of inertia of the composite cross sections, the principal central moments of inertia, the ellipse of inertia of the composite crosssections.
12) Variable loads on building structures, snow load and wind load.
13) Combinations of load cases.
 Study Objective:

Student will be able to solve internal forces diagrams of statically determinate plane structures and multiaxially loaded cantilevers and to determine second moments of area.
 Study materials:

!Jíra, A. a kolektiv: Sbírka příkladů stavební mechaniky. ČVUT, Praha, 2019, ISBN:9788001063019 (it is currently available online on: http://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/wiki/images/6/67/Sbirka_prikladu_SUK.pdf).
! Kufner, V., Kuklík, P.: Stavební mechanika 20, Vydavatelství ČVUT, Praha, 1998, ISBN 8001015238.
! Kufner, V., Kuklík, P.: Stavební mechanika 30, Vydavatelství ČVUT, Praha, 1998, ISBN 8001018938.
! Kufner, V., Kuklík, P.: Stavební mechanika 10, Vydavatelství ČVUT, Praha, 1998, ISBN 8001013987.
? Beer F. P., Johnston Jr. E. R., Mazurek D.: Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics 11th Edition, McGrawHill Education, 2016, ISBN 9780077687304.
: Study materials on the website of the department: https://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/student/
 Note:
 Further information:
 No timetable has been prepared for this course
 The course is a part of the following study plans:

 Management a ekonomika ve stavebnictví (compulsory course)