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Refer Slide Time: You really have not got much exposure to displacement methods, but you had some exposure to force methods. The most popular force methods are: The methods of consistent deformations and Theorem of least work, which you have been introduced to.

These lead to a more generalized method called flexibility matrix method, which we will study in depth in this course.

We will look at displacement methods later, whereas, it is important to know the main differences between force methods and displacement methods; they are both aimed at analyzing indeterminate structures; completely different paths; both are very interesting.

Displacement methods are probably better suited for computer applications, but can you tell me, what are fundamentally the main differences between force methods and displacement methods?

First, with regard to the type of indeterminacy - static indeterminacy, which means you are talking about unknown elements in the force field; that is part of the force methods. In displacement methods, we worry about kinematic indeterminacy.

That is one major difference. What else? So, first is the type of indeterminacy, which you answered.

Refer Slide Time: You really have not got much exposure to displacement methods, but you had some exposure to force methods. The most popular force methods are: The methods of consistent deformations and Theorem of least work, which you have been introduced to.

These lead to a more generalized method called flexibility matrix method, which we will study in depth in this course.

We will look at displacement methods later, whereas, it is important to know the main differences between force methods and displacement methods; they are both aimed at analyzing indeterminate structures; completely different paths; both are very interesting.

Displacement methods are probably better suited for computer applications, but can you tell me, what are fundamentally the main differences between force methods and displacement methods? First, with regard to the type of indeterminacy - static indeterminacy, which means you are talking about unknown elements in the force field; that is part of the force methods.

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In displacement methods, we worry about kinematic indeterminacy. That is one major difference.

What else? So, first is the type of indeterminacy, which you answered.I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer.

You have to generate the structure stiffness matrix. The main objective is to enable the student to have a good grasp of all the fundamental issues in this subject, besides enjoying the learning process, and developing analytical and intuitive skills.

You convert it to? It is hinged at both the ends, so there is some restrain. About devdas menon.

Even here, it helps to draw partitions as we have done it here, because 1 2 3 refers to the joint B. It makes sense.

The method of analysis is identical to the previous problem, except here luckily we do not have any support settlements.

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