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Encouraging creative uses of reinforced concrete, Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design draws a clear distinction between fundamentals and professional consensus. This text presents a mixture of fundamentals along with practical methods. It provides the fundamental concepts required for designing reinforced concrete (RC) structures, emphasizing principles based on mechanics, experience, and experimentation, while encouraging practitioners to consult their local building codes.


Características

  • ISBN: 978-1-48-223148-9
  • Páginas: 295
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2014

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Contenido Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design

Encouraging creative uses of reinforced concrete, Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design draws a clear distinction between fundamentals and professional consensus. This text presents a mixture of fundamentals along with practical methods. It provides the fundamental concepts required for designing reinforced concrete (RC) structures, emphasizing principles based on mechanics, experience, and experimentation, while encouraging practitioners to consult their local building codes.

The book presents design choices that fall in line with the boundaries defined by professional consensus (building codes), and provides reference material outlining the design criteria contained in building codes. It includes applications for both building and bridge structural design, and it is applicable worldwide, as it is not dependent upon any particular codes.

    Contains concise coverage that can be taught in one semester
    Underscores the fundamental principles of behavior
    Provides students with an understanding of the principles upon which codes are based
    Assists in navigating the labyrinth of ever-changing codes
    Fosters an inherent understanding of design

The text also provides a brief history of reinforced concrete. While the initial attraction for using reinforced concrete in building construction has been attributed to its fire resistance, its increase in popularity was also due to the creativity of engineers who kept extending its limits of application. Along with height achievement, reinforced concrete gained momentum by providing convenience, plasticity, and low-cost economic appeal.

Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design provides undergraduate students with the fundamentals of mechanics and direct observation, as well as the concepts required to design reinforced concrete (RC) structures, and applies to both building and bridge structural design.

Table Contents

A Brief History of Reinforced Concrete

Structural Framing in Reinforced Concrete

Exercises

The Design Process

Definition of the Use of the Structure and Selection of Design

Loads

Selection of Framing and Initial Dimensions

Analysis

Selection of Reinforcement and Final Dimensions

Detailing

Exercises

Properties of Steel Reinforcement

Exercises

Concrete

Compressive Strength

Stiffness

Tensile Strength

A Formulation for the Stress–Strain

Relationship of Concrete

Exercises

Time-Dependent

Volume Changes of Concrete: Shrinkage and Creep

Shrinkage

Creep

Shrinkage and Creep vs Time

Exercises

Tied Columns

Design Strength of Axially Loaded Short Columns

Exercises

Axial Strength of Laterally Confined Concrete

Exercises

Spiral Columns

Strength Components of a Spiral Column in Axial Compression

Exercises

Measures of Flexural Response

Exercises

A General Description of Flexural Response

The Relationship between Curvature and Bending Moment

Stages of Response

Exercises

Moment-Curvature

Relationship before Flexural Cracking

Exercise

Linear Response of Cracked Sections

Exercises

Limiting Moment and Unit Curvature

A Simple Procedure for Determining the Limit to the Moment-Curvature

Relationship

A Detailed Procedure for Determining the Limit to the

Moment-Curvature

Relationship

Exercises

Development of a Quantitative Relationship between Moment and Unit Curvature

Exercise

Maximum and Minimum Amounts of Longitudinal

Reinforcement for Beams

Exercises

Beams with Compression Reinforcement

Exercise

Beams with Flanges


A T-Section

Subjected to Positive Moment

Exercise

Deflection under Short-Time

Loading


Deflection of a Beam Subjected to Bending Moment

Deflection of an Uncracked Reinforced Concrete Beam with

Concentrated Loads

Deflection of a Cracked Reinforced Concrete Beam with

Concentrated Loads

Exercise

Effects of Time-Dependent Variables on Deflection

Effect of Shrinkage

Effect of Creep

Exercise

Continuous Beam

Exercise

Limiting Load

Exercises

Combinations of Limiting Axial Force and Bending Moment for a Reinforced Concrete Section

Exercises

Bond Properties of Plain Bars in Concrete

Exercises

Bond between Deformed Bars and Concrete

Exercises

Factors That Affect Bond

Effect of Cover

Effect of Transverse Reinforcement

Depth of Concrete Cast below Reinforcing Bar

Epoxy Coating

Exercise

Design Examples for Bond

Flexural Bond Stress

Exercise

Control of Flexural Cracks

Exercises

Combined Bending and Shear

Exercise

Transverse Reinforcement

Exercise

Index

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