
Course unit
DESIGN OF STRUCTURES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
IN01122777, A.A. 2017/18
Information concerning the students who enrolled in A.Y. 2017/18
ECTS: details
Type 
ScientificDisciplinary Sector 
Credits allocated 
Core courses 
ICAR/09 
Construction Techniques 
9.0 
Mode of delivery (when and how)
Period 
Second semester 
Year 
1st Year 
Teaching method 
frontal 
Organisation of didactics
Type of hours 
Credits 
Hours of teaching 
Hours of Individual study 
Shifts 
Lecture 
9.0 
72 
153.0 
No turn 
Start of activities 
26/02/2018 
End of activities 
01/06/2018 
Prerequisites:

The student has to own the knowledge about mathematics and physics, with particular reference to the differential and integral calculus, matrix analysis, geometry of the masses, mechanics of solids, rigid bodies and dynamic analysis.
The student has also to own the knowledge of the science of construction, with particular reference to analysis of the continuous, the theory of beams, De Saint Venant problem, resistance criteria, constitutive laws and instability of the equilibrium.
The student should then be able to solve exercises related to the topics mentioned above: calculation of derivatives and integrals, matrices, study of systems of linear equations, study and calculation of the kinematics and dynamics of systems of point masses and rigid bodies, calculation of isostatic beams and statically indeterminate beams. 
Target skills and knowledge:

At the end of the course the student will know the basics of structural design with particular reference to safety structural limit states, structural behavior of reinforced concrete elements, verifications at ultimate limit state and serviceability limit state, first elements of structural dynamics and seismic design, design of steel structures.
The student will be able to calculate simple static schemes of twodimensional structures (typically beam systems in the plane) and to perform basic safety verifications imposed by the code.
The student will also be able to perform a simplified seismic analysis. 
Course unit contents:

The contents will include:
13) Structural safety and limit state method;
14) Actions on structural systems;
15) Materials for constructions; exposition of material to aggressive agents;
16) Structural behavior of reinforced concrete elements, bond and anchorage;
17) Safety verifications for concrete elements: ultimate limit state verifications for bending and axial load; ultimate limit state verifications for shear and torsion, ultimate state verifications for stability.
18) Safety verifications for concrete elements: serviceability limit states for deformations; serviceability limit states for crack opening; serviceability limit states for stress limitation.
19) Elements of dynamics and seismic design: dynamic analysis of a single degree of freedom system; dynamic analysis of a multidegree of freedom system; eigenvalue problem; spectral response; principles of seismic design.
20) First elements of Finite Element Method.
21) Elements of design of steel structures: ultimate limit states for bending, bending and axial load, shear, instability.
22) Elements of design of steel structures: serviceability limit states;
23) Elements of design of steel structures: bolted joints verifications; welded joints verifications.
24) Verification of structural elements with Eurocodes and Italian code. Numerical examples. 
Textbooks (and optional supplementary readings) 


