## STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS

 SHE Level 2 SCQF Credit Points 20.00 ECTS Credit Points 10.00 Module Code M2H220818 Module Leader Jill Sutcliffe School School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment Subject Civil Engineering and Environmental Management Trimester A (September start)

### Pre-Requisite Knowledge

Structural Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics) or equivalent HN units

### Summary of Content

This module is designed to provide a good depth of knowledge in the basic concepts of structural engineering. An introduction to the design of simple structural elements will be combined with a more in-depth study of structural analysis to enhance the knowledge gained in the level 1 module, Structural Mechanics (Statics & Dynamics), or HN equivalent modules.

### Syllabus

Design philosophy of structures; Basic requirements for limit state structural design, including structural resistance, serviceability and durability; Permanent, variable and accidental actions on structures; Design of simple reinforced concrete slabs, beams and short columns; Classification of structural steel members. Design of simple steel beams and short columns Calculation of deflection for beams of various materials and pin-jointed frames using unit load method. Use of influence lines on beams. Analysis of frames using moment distribution method. Bending moment envelop of a simple continuous beam.

### Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module students should be able to:1. Define a design philosophy to satisfy a Client's specification2. Interpret a Client's specified requirements to select appropriate actions include value and type in accordance with BS EN 1990 and BS EN 19913. Justify the use of a selected simply supported reinforced concrete beam, short column and slab in accordance with BS EN 19924. Justify the use of a selected simply supported steel beam and short column in accordance with BS EN 19935. Analyse a continuous beam and fixed connection frame using moment distribution method6. Determine deformation of simple beams using unit load method7. Determine the deformation of a plane frame using the unit load method8. Apply the concept of influence lines to determine location and value of maximum bending and shear

### Teaching / Learning Strategy

This module includes a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, seminars, and tutorials. Learning and teaching strategies will be developed and implemented, appropriate to students' needs, to enable all students to participate fully in the programme.

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### Transferrable Skills

On completing this module the student should have developed skills in: -425 Problem solving; (D1, D3, D6) -425 Report writing for laboratory work; (D2, D5) Independent learning; (D8) Teamwork when carrying out laboratory work; (D7) Sourcing reference material when compiling laboratory report. (D1, D2) -360

### Module Structure

Activity Total Hours
Tutorials (PT) 12.00
Tutorials (FT) 24.00
Seminars (FT) 12.00
Independent Learning (PT) 116.00
Assessment (FT) 36.00
Lectures (FT) 24.00
Independent Learning (FT) 104.00
Seminars (PT) 12.00
Assessment (PT) 36.00
Lectures (PT) 24.00

### Assessment Methods

Component Duration Weighting Threshold Description
Coursework 1 n/a 10.00 35% Conceptual design coursework
Coursework 3 2.00 45.00 35% Class test
Coursework 2 n/a 45.00 35% Design of structural elements