The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 14 (1936) > Issues > Issue 11 > The Stress Analysis of Continuous Frames. II. - Remainder Distribution and Other Methods Compared
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The Stress Analysis of Continuous Frames. II. - Remainder Distribution and Other Methods Compared

19. The various methods of solving frameworks, in which both the degree of mechanical redundancy and the number of independent angular and transverse displacements are small, have been discussed in detail, and it has been shown that there is very little difference in the application of either moment-energy or deformation-energy methods where algebraic solutions are required, and that where arithmetical solutions are sufficient there is a third method available in moment-distribution. The application of special methods such as slope-deflection equations and three- or four-moment equations leads to the same results but by longer processes. E.H. Bateman

Author(s): Bateman, E H