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Title: STUDY OF BOW-STRING GIRDER. ANALYSING AS AN INCLINED CHORD VIERENDEEL GIRDER
Authors: Sulkar, Vasantrao
Keywords: CIVIL ENGINEERING
BOW-STRING GIRDER
CHORD VIERENDEEL GIRDER
GIRDER STUDY
Issue Date: 1965
Abstract: This thesis deals with the analysis Of a bow.~et rind girder as an Inclined ohord v►isrendeal Birder with special emphasis on the effects doe to the variation of the suspenders st##fnesseet Attempts have been made from ties to time to analyse the bow-string girder as a two-hinted areb. A new method of appronob in. anulystnd the bow, -string ,order to suggested In order to simplify the probl ens of the design of bow«~stri nd girder, The design of the bow,-string girder as a- two-hint.d arch is based on several assuaptions, some of which are found to be true according to the re alts obtained from the analysis of the bow. string girder as an inclined chord vi erendeel girder with different top chord and bottom chord stiffnesse.. The effects of joint rotation and the translation on the behaviour of the arch, the tie and the suspenders huve been worked out In aaftjy.tng the bow string girder as an inclined chord vt.randeei dirdir bT uodl.tted moment distribution applied to substitute 'rase aethod. As a verification of the analytical work, a model analyst e was carried out on the tour*teen panel@ Inclined chord vierendeel girder made of w p.npez* . The res l t s of the theoretical analysis were found to ooapar• favourably with those of experimental values indicating adequacy of the method of analysts, This study has given Important additional information about the modifications in the design of the bowstring girder.. Three lnveetidattons about the bow~.etrind girder have sow st sisplifted the design and helped to vale it more eoonoutoai and safe.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1985
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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