# Use of Continuity-Factor and Final Position

*Use of continuity-factor and final position in analysis of any continuous structures of simultaneous one-direction sway movement, especially as applied to multibay multistory rigid frame;...*

Stress Analysis of Rigid Frame Bridges with Inclined Legs

*Methods of direct moment distribution applied to the rigid frame bridges with inclined legs are introduced in this paper. Formulas are derived for the anti-symmetric loading conditions....*

Periods of Framed Buildings for Earthquake Analysis

*Shear, bending, rocking and translational periods of cantilever beams with linearly varying shear and flexural rigidities, and with or without concentrated mass at their top, are computed...*

The Rapid Design of Beams in Torsion

*The design of beams in which torsion occurs, usually due to an eccentricity of the applied load, is either crudely approximated or, if studied accurately, involves the use of hyperbolic...*

On the Solution of Rigid Frames by the Column Analogy

*Rigorous proofs presented of applications of column analogy to analysis of single span rigid frames whose supports may be fixed or hinged....*

Aseismic Design of Structures by Rigidity Criterion

*Earthquake design coefficients of many building codes are insufficient for certain types of structures, particularly for industrial and other, more specialized types; set of curves is...*

Self-Checking General Analysis of Rigid Frames with Sway

*Method described enables solution of complicated plane rigid frames involving any number of sways not only for moments, but also (and simultaneously) for axial forces; almost every step...*

Analysis of Rigid Frames by Electronic Computation

*Computer program was written to analyze symmetrical variable section gabled single span pinned-base steel rigid frames, with fixed loading patterns and limited number of geometrical configurations....*

Load Distribution in Highway Bridge Decks

*Method for calculating distribution of longitudinal moments, deflections, etc, based on assumption that transverse system can be replaced by uniform medium of same total flexural rigidity;...*

Dynamic Elasto-Plastic Response of Rigid Frames

*The procedure for determining the elastic response of structures to transient loads in terms of the elastic normal modes is well known. Assuming ideal plasticity, Bleich and Salvadori...*

Bending of Elastically Supported Rectangular Plates

*The problem of bending of a rectangular plate, elastically supported on variable rigidity beams, subjected to a transverse loading or temperature gradient is solved in this paper. Specific...*

Dynamic Effect of a Moving Load on a Rigid Frame

*Procedure for determining response of rigid frame structure subjected to distributed load moving at constant velocity; it is demonstrated that single impact factor is not applicable to...*

Large Deflection of Elasto-Plastic Plates Under Uniform Pressure

*Closed form solutions are obtained for the deflections, residual deflections, residual membrane tensions, and other quantities of engineering interest for infinitely long clamped rectangular...*

Analysis of Braced Frames

*Method for knee-braced frames is analogous to Hardy Cross moment distribution for rigid jointed frames; values of fixed support forces, distribution factors, and carryover factors are...*

Lateral Bracing of Columns and Beams

*Simple and elementary method is developed which permits one to calculate lower limits of strength and rigidity of lateral support in order to provide full bracing to columns and beams;...*

Rigid Frame Analysis with the Aid of Digital Computers

*How complicated statically indeterminate structures may be analyzed through existing mathematical routines and basic engineering functional relationships; examples given include multibay...*

Wind Forces on Structures: Fundamental Considerations

*Recent research efforts utilizing high-speed digital computers and electric analogs have indicated vast differences between design and code values for structures and their actual earthquake...*

Analysis of Rigid Frames by Successive Replacement

*An analytical method is developed for the calculation of moments at the supports or joints of rigid frames by replacing a portion of a structure with a member of its equivalent in stiffness...*

Numerical Solution for Interconnected Bridge Girders

*Two numerical methods for the solution of the problem of the interconnected bridge girder are considered for the particular case involving infinite torsional rigidity of the main longitudinal...*

Generalization of the Successive Approximations Method

*Method of successive approximation for rigid frames whose joints are not points or infinitely small areas, but areas of limited dimensions, which at analysis of rigid frame, are taken...*

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