The book “Structural Analysis” explains the theory of structural analysis as well as its various applications, specifically in reference to trusses, beams, and frames. The framework, which is straightforward and user-friendly, places an emphasis on acquiring the capacity to model and analyze a structure as preparation for professional practice. The purpose of this text is to make sure that students who are taking their first class in this topic have a solid understanding of some of the more important classical methods of structural analysis. This will allow them to have a deeper comprehension of how loads are transmitted through a structure and how the structure will deform when it is subjected to a load. The enormous number of questions span a variety of different scenarios that are based on actual life and are of varying degrees of complexity.
The 10th Edition includes an enlarged discussion on structural modeling as well as thirty percent more new problems than the previous edition. The expansion focuses on the significance of properly modeling a structure so that it may be utilized in computer analysis. A discussion of catenary cables and additional explanation for drawing moment and deflection diagrams for beams and frames are included in the newly added content. In addition, the ASCE/SEI 2106 specifications have been given a fresh update.