DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES

Course ID: IBU-SE>DYNSTR
Course title: DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES
Semester: 2 / Winter
ECTS: 5
Lectures/Classes: 30 / 30 hours
Field of study: Civil Engineering
Study cycle: 2nd cycle
Type of course: compulsory
Prerequisites:
Contact person: prof. dr hab. inż. Paweł Śniady; pawel.sniady@upwr.edu.pl
Short description: Formulation of equations of motion. The dynamics of the system with one degree of freedom treated with different types of loads. Undamped and damped oscillations. The dynamics of discrete systems. The issue of their own, free and forced vibrations. Examples of vibration of the foundation block, the building. Discretization rod systems.
Full description: Formulation of equations of motion. The dynamics of the system with one degree of freedom treated with different types of loads. Undamped and damped oscillations. The dynamics of discrete systems. The issue of their own, free and forced vibrations. Examples of vibration of the foundation block, the building. Discretization rod systems.
Bibliography: 1. Z. Wójcicki, J. Grosel, Structural Dynamics. Every Student receives the book "Structural Dynamics" and PDF file with the lectures.
Learning outcomes: Knowledge He knows the problems of the dynamic range of the building. He knows the method of formulating the equations in the dynamics of the structure. He knows the problems of vibration with one degree of freedom. He knows the method for determining the vibration systems with finite number of coordinates. He knows discretization methods rod systems. He knows the design of methods including dynamic effects. Skills He can assign vibration of the structure is treated as a one or a finite number of coordinates for different types of loads. He can determine the parameters of the design and build of the equation of motion. He can take into account the dynamic aspects in the design of the structure. Social competence (attitudes) Is aware of problems in the design and dynamic study of the structure.
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: Assessment: completion of two projects, two colloquia, exam.

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