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King marked it as to-read Aug 04, Joe Pestuglicci marked it as to-read Aug 20, Nick marked it as to-read Dec 03, Mason marked it as to-read Dec 24, Miles marked it as to-read Mar 26, Pati Cain marked it as to-read May 02, Composed of four tragic love stories, the book confronts head-on the problem of the condition of Arab women and their position in Lebanese society. The work was condemned as heretical, and Gibran was excommunicated by the Maronite Patriarch. The prestige of this social mobility had the effect of reconfiguring their role in society.
As they participated in the reform movements then taking place in the United States, their integration into the American middle class allowed them to redefine their roles and responsibilities within their own community as well. Finally, it has been demonstrated that, in the course of the twentieth century, ideological conflicts in the Middle East were echoed by members of the diaspora who were questioning their identity.
One can thus observe how the emancipatory logic present at the turn of the twentieth century was enriched by the contributions of women activists who shared the same cultural heritage but worked in a transnational space. Although their positions were diverse and changing, these women nonetheless tended to demonstrate how diaspora can inspire a reconfiguration of the symbolic features of collective identity and a reworking of gender relations.
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There are a total of 7 unknown moments for which only 3 independent equilibrium equations are available. The next step is to make a guess as to the magnitude of moment at 4 hinge locations, and then to solve for the remaining values. The moment on the above calculation is shown in Fig. Example 7: shown in will again is violated and diagram based. A moment check for the 2-storey, Z-span structure Fig. The trial and error method be employed. The plastic analysis gives: 2M, P-r u-. It is not possible to determine the number of redundants for this frame by Eq 38 because that relationship does not apply when simultaneous mechanisms occur.
We can, however, determine the number of redundants for this special case by noting that the number of remaining redundancies is equal to the oumber of remaining unknown moments minus the number of i. Out of the 10 original equilibrium equations, 4 have been used. Thus, the frame is redundant to the fourth degree. Accordingly, it should be possible to solve for the remaining moments by assuming the value of four of the unknowns. The final moment diagram is shown in Fig.
Therefore the ultimate load is, in fact, equal to 2Mp -. A question that arises first concerns the relative strength of the different members. Next, a discussion of the general design procedure will outline the steps involved in a plastic design. Finally, the principle content of this section will concern the secondary design considerations.
In arriving at the plastic methods of structural analysis certain assumptions were made with regard to the effect of axial force, shear, buckling, etc. In the various examples used to illustrate methods of analysis, the problem was to tind the ultimate load for a given structure with known plastic moment values of its members.
In design, the problem is reversed. Given a certain set of loads the problem is to select suitable members. Since uniform section throughout may not be the most economical solution, some guide is needed for selecting the ratio or ratios of plastic moment strength of the various members. However, a few simple techniques will occur to the designer which, coupled with his experience, will enable him to make a preliminary economic choice of relative moment strength without too many trials.
Some general principles are as follows: a In the event the critical mechanism is an independent one, the rest of the material in the frame is not being used to full capacity.
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This suggests that a more efficient choice of moment ratios may be made such that the critical mechanism is a cornposite mechanism involving plastic hinges in several different members. SP: 6 6 - Adjacent spans of continuous beams will often be most economically proportioned when the independent mechanisms for each This is illustrated in Design Example span form simultaneously.
Numerous examples of the design of continuous beams are given in Ref The formation of mechanisms simultaneously in different spans of continuous beams or the creation of composite mechanisms will not necessarily result in minimum weight. Examination of alternate possibilities is desirable. Often it will be found that the span involving the greatest determinate moment M, should be given the greatest possible restraint generally by supply equivalent 2 of adjoining members.
Thus the best design in this instance will usually result when the solution commences with uniform section for both the rafter and the stanchion. Design Example 7 illustrates this. The absolute minimum beam section for vertical load is obtained if the joints provide complete plastic restraint that is, restraining members supply a restraining plastic moment equal to that of the beam. Similarly, the minimum column sections are obtained under the action of sway forces when ends are subject to complete plastic restraint. This, therefore, suggests that, if the important loads are the vertical loads, the design might well be commenced on the basis that all joints are restrained as described, the ratio of beam sections be determined on this basis, and that the columns be proportioned to provide the needed joint moment balance.
Design Example 7 is an illustration of this. Alternatively, if the important loads were side loads, the design could start, instead, with the columns. Finally, it should be kept in mind that maximum overall economy is not necessarily associated with the most efhcient choice of section for each span. It is necessary to consider fabrication conditions which may dictate uniform section where, theoretically, sections of different weight might be used. These steps will now be discussed briefly.