## Solutions for Fundamentals of Structural Analysis

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Chapter 2 - Design Loads And Structural FramingChapter 3 - Statics Of Structures—reactionsChapter 4 - TrussesChapter 5 - Beams And FramesChapter 6 - Cables And ArchesChapter 7 - Deflections Of Beams And FramesChapter 8 - Work-energy Methods For Computing DeflectionsChapter 9 - Analysis Of Indeterminate Structures By The Flexibility MethodChapter 10 - Analysis Of Indeterminate Beams And Frames By The Slope-deflection MethodChapter 11 - Analysis Of Indeterminate Beams And Frames By The Moment Distribution

Chapter 12 - Influence Lines For Moving LoadsChapter 13 - Approximate Analysis Of Indeterminate StructuresChapter 14 - Introduction To The General Stiffness MethodChapter 15 - Matrix Analysis Of Trusses By The Direct Stiffness MethodChapter 16 - Matrix Analysis Of Beams And Frames By The Direct Stiffness Method

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