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The spread footing behaves like an inverted cantilever with loads applied in the upward direction. As a rule, a spread footing is a quite rigid element therefore, the applied soil stresses are almost linear and in case of a symmetric (with respect to the pedestal) footing, they are orthogonal.

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The general purpose of Structural Analysis is to understand how a structure behaves under loads. It is different than Strength of Materials because we are not concerned with stresses, rather, forces and deformations. Here are the topics I'll cover: Shear and Moment Diagrams Statically determinate beams and frames Double Integral Method Moment Area method Statically Indeterminate beams and frames Force Method Slope/Deflection Method Indeterminate Shear/Moment Matrix Analysis Shear and Moment…

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