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## How do you find the indeterminacy of a structure?

A degree of static indeterminacy n can be calculated from a number of equilibrium equations E and a number of unknown forces N on a structure by the equation: (8.1) therefore structures can be classified as: n = 0 statically determinate structures.

**How do you find the degree of indeterminacy?**

The degree of indeterminacy is the number of unknown reactions minus the number of equations of equilibrium.

### What is stiffness in structural analysis?

In structural engineering, the term ‘stiffness’ refers to the rigidity of a structural element. In general terms, this means the extent to which the element is able to resist deformation or deflection under the action of an applied force.

**What is flexibility method in structural analysis?**

In structural engineering, the flexibility method, also called the method of consistent deformations, is the traditional method for computing member forces and displacements in structural systems.

## What is internal indeterminacy of structure?

Internal static indeterminacy: It refers to the geometric stability of the structure. If after knowing the external reactions it is not possible to determine all internal forces/internal reactions using static equilibrium equations alone then the structure is said to be internally indeterminate.

**Which of the following is indeterminate structure?**

Examples of indeterminate structures are: fixed beams, continuous beams, fixed arches, two hinged arches, portals, multistoried frames, etc.

### How do you find kinematic indeterminacy?

A simple approach to calculating the kinematic indeterminacy of a structure is to sum the degrees of freedom of the nodes and then subtract those degrees of freedom that are prevented by constraints such as support points.

**How do you find a flexibility matrix?**

Member flexibility For example, consider a spring that has Q and q as, respectively, its force and deformation: The spring stiffness relation is Q = k q where k is the spring stiffness. Its flexibility relation is q = f Q, where f is the spring flexibility. Hence, f = 1/k.

## How do you determine if a structure is statically determinate or indeterminate?

A statically determinate structure is one that is stable and all unknown reactive forces can be determined from the equations of equilibrium alone. A statically indeterminate structure is one that is stable but contains more unknown forces than available equations of equilibrium.

**How do you know if a frame is statically determinate?**

A truss is considered statically determinate if all of its support reactions and member forces can be calculated using only the equations of static equilibrium. For a planar truss to be statically determinate, the number of members plus the number of support reactions must not exceed the number of joints times 2.

### How to determine whether a structure is externally determinate or indeterminate?

To determine whether a structure is externally determinate, the following equations are used: where r is the number of reaction components, and e c is the number of equations of condition. Both of these are described in detail below. The degree of indeterminacy i e is given by the following equation, which is based on equation (3) above:

**What is the degree of indeterminacy of a structure?**

The degree of indeterminacy i e is given by the following equation, which is based on equation (3) above: If this equation results in i e = 0, the structure is determinate; if it results in i e < 0, then the structure is unstable.

## What is the structure of the ear?

Structure of ear comprises three main sections: the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. Letâ€™s learn in detail about the structure and functions of each of these sections. Pinna is the outermost part, it has very fine hairs and glands.

**How to determine the number of unknowns in an indeterminate structure?**

In analysis of statically indeterminate structures, the number of unknowns is greater than the number of independent equations derived from the conditions of static equilibrium. Additional equations based on the compatibility of deformation must be written in order to obtain sufficient number of equations for the determination of all the unknowns.