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The Stiffness (Displacement) Method We can express u as a function of the nodal displacements uiby evaluating u at each node and solving for a1 and a2. ux u a(0) 11 ux L u aL a() 22 1 Solving fora2: 21 2 uu a L Substituting a1 and a2 into u gives: 21 1 uu uxu L BoundaryConditions lateral bracing conditions of a column; and r is the radius of gyration, reflecting the size and shape of a column cross-section. Stiffness calculation for joints other than column bases is taking into account only bolt-rows located above centre of compression (See also chapter: "Center of compression").Bolt-rows used only for shear are also not taken into account in stiffness calculation. • Examples of such lateral bracing include the following. 0000092418 00000 n
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