Master Degree in Civil Engineering, I Year.

The course summarizes all the main issues for the static analysis under linear elastic behaviour of bi-dimensional and three-dimensional structures with zero, single and double curvature made of isotropic, composite and innovative materials. Once the congruence equations are derived, together with the constitutive relationships, the indefinite equilibrium equations are assessed, together with natural boundary conditions starting from the computation of the Hamiltonian Principle. In particular, a focus is made on plane stress and strain problems, fundamental governing equations employing polar coordinate systems, rectangular and circular plate under the hypothesis of Kirchhoff-Love, Reissner-Mindlin, membrane state. An insight is taken on anisotropic materials and the stability of the elastic equilibrium.

Language: Italian.
CFU: 6