Knowledge representation is an essential element of a problem-solving technique through computational work. This article describes the knowledge representation scheme formulated to represent a problem in the structural analysis domain for solution through case-based reasoning (CBR). The numerical knowledge is extracted from a real-life problem that can be used as an input in a case-based reasoner. The geometric topology, loading, and mesh distribution for structure from a solved problem is represented in the form of numerical values for easy adaptation by the new problem. The representation scheme is a step forward in development of a system to be utilized for the time-consuming structural analysis requiring heavy computational power, such as an aircraft wing and fuselage components. The success of the representation strategy is a proof that CBR can work as a powerful problem-solving tool in this domain.