Homework Assignments

last updated: 08 December, 2000

Date Assignment Date Due

7 Dec 2000 HW 10 -- LAST ONE!  10.12 and 10.14.  

Hopefully, you utilized this week's "freedom from HW" to both study for the exam and finish up the project!  If you turn this HW on the due date, we will get it back on Friday (for your use on the final!).

13 Dec 2000 

NOTE DUE DATE!

27 Nov 2000 HW 9 -- 11.1, 11.4, 11.5, 12.5, 12.16, 13.10, 13.24 4 Dec 2000
13 Nov 2000 HW 8 -- 7.23, 7.24**, 7.27* (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for problems marked with a double asterisk (**), please do them with ONLY the LRFD; and for all other problems, just use the NDS.) 17 Nov 2000 

NOTE DUE DATE!

31 Oct 2000 HW 7 -- 7.16, 7.18*, 7.22** (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for problems marked with a double asterisk (**), please do them with ONLY the LRFD; and for all other problems, just use the NDS.) 6 Nov 2000
23 Oct 2000 HW 6 -- 7.2, 7.3** (note: trusses spaced 4 ft on center), 7.6, 7.11*, and 7.12* (note: for problems 7.11* and 7.12*, assume the live load is occupancy live and for LRFD, instead of determining the "allowable column load, please determine the factored column capacity lfT').  Additionally, for 7.11* and 7.12*, please plot Cp (for both NDS and LRFD) vs. the unbraced length (you may wish to consider other unbraced lengths to make a better plot (e.g., 0 ft). (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for problems marked with a double asterisk (**), please do them with ONLY the LRFD; and for all other problems, just use the NDS.) 30 Oct 2000

Hopefully, you utilized last week's "freedom from HW" to both study for the exam and get a running start at the project!  Please, do not put off the project.

16 Oct 2000 Project Two see link
9 Oct 2000 HW 5 -- 6.14, 6.16, 6.18** (Note: D = .3 k and L = 1.7 k, thus Pu = 1.2(.3) + 1.6(1.7) = 3.08 k), 6.22* (Note D+L becomes 1.2D+1.6L).  (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for problems marked with a double asterisk (**), please do them with ONLY the LRFD; and for all other problems, just use the NDS.) 16 Oct 2000
3 Oct 2000 HW 4 -- 5.3, 5.8, 5.11*, 5.12, 6.1, 6.3, 6.5, 6.6**, 6.8** (note that D + S becomes 1.2D + 1.6S), (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for problems marked with a double asterisk (**), please do them with ONLY the LRFD; and for all other problems, just use the NDS.) NOTE 2:  WHEN YOU REPORT AN ADJUSTED DESIGN VALUE FOR LRFD, PLEASE REPORT IT AS A CAPACITY (e.g., multiply the adjusted design stress by the section modulus, lambda, and phi to obtain the adjusted design moment capacity for a beam). 9 Oct 2000
25 Sep 2000 HW 3 -- 4.16, 4.19, 4.20*, 4.22, 4.26*, 4.30*, 4.31*  (Note:  For problems marked with the asterisk (*), please do them with BOTH the NDS and the LRFD; for all other problems, just use the NDS.) 2 Oct 2000
19 Sep 2000 HW 2 -- 4.6, 4.8, 4.10, 4.12 25 Sep 2000
 6 Sep 2000 HW1 -- 4.1, 4.2., 4.3, and 4.4 from text; 1, 2, 3 and 4 (class hand-out)        Solution 11 Sep 2000
 1 Sep 2000 Project One 11 or 18 Sep 2000 (see link)

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