Presentation on theme: "Structural Engineering By Adanna Ryce. Structural Engineering is the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads. Structural Engineering."— Presentation transcript:
Structural Engineering is the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads. Structural Engineering is generally considered a specialty of civil engineering but it can also be studied on its own. By Definition
Civil Engineering Structures Bridges Dams Earthworks Foundations Offshore structures Pipelines Power stations Railways Retaining structures and walls Roads Tunnels Waterways Water and wastewater infrastructure
Common Structural Materials Iron Concrete Aluminum Alloy Masonry Timber Composites
Structural Elements Columns Beams Plates Arches Shells Catenaries
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm ons/0/08/Clifton.bridge.arp.750pix.jpg The structure that structural engineers design must be safe for the users and must also be able to successfully fulfill all of the purposes that it is designed for. What the Design Must Entail
Structural Engineering Theory Based on a detailed knowledge of loads, physics and materials in order to be able to predict how structures resist and support self- weight and loads. Structural Engineer must also have a detailed knowledge of mathematics and also of relevant empirical and theoretical design codes.
What Is The Name of the Bridge? Where is this bridge?
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