Moment distribution, Civil Engineering

Moment Distribution:

You have learnt about moment distribution procedure after deriving the slope deflection equation for the members. The concepts of distribution factor and carryover moment along with basic rules have been explained. The illustrative examples of continuous beams and portal frames with and without sway have been presented.

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