Reinforced Concrete: Design theory and examples

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CRC Press, Dec 24, 2002 - Architecture - 544 pages
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This new edition of a highly practical text gives a detailed presentation of the design of common reinforced concrete structures to limit state theory in accordance with BS 8110.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
13 Structural design
3
14 Design standards
6
15 Calculations design aids and computing
7
Materials structural failures and durability
9
23 Concrete Properties
12
24 Tests on wet concrete
15
25 Tests on hardened concrete
16
Columns
264
92 Short braced axially loaded columns
268
93 Short columns subjected to axial load and bending about one axissymmetrical reinforcement
270
94 Short columns subjected to axial load and bending about one axisunsymmetrical reinforcement
282
95 Column sections subjected to axial load and biaxial bending
289
96 Effective heights of columns
296
97 Design of slender columns
302
Walls in buildings
309

26 Reinforcement
17
27 Failures in concrete structures
18
28 Durability of concrete structures
25
29 Concrete cover
27
Limit state design and structural analysis
29
32 Characteristics and design loads
31
33 Materials properties and design strengths
33
34 Structural analysis
34
Section design for moment
42
43 Behaviour of beams in bending
46
45 Doubly reinforced beams
61
46 Checking existing sections
67
47 Moment redistribution and section moment resistance
70
48 Flanged beams
72
49 Elastic theory
77
Shear bond and torsion
85
52 Bond laps and bearing stresses in bends
101
53 Torsion
108
Deflection and cracking
121
62 Cracking
144
Simply supported and continuous beams
152
72 Continuous beams
165
Slabs
189
83 Oneway spanning ribbed slabs
202
84 Twoway spanning solid slabs
207
85 Restrained solid slabs
213
86 Waffle slabs
221
87 Flat slabs
225
88 Yield line method
238
89 Stair slabs
256
103 Design of reinforced concrete walls
310
104 Design of plain concrete walls
322
Foundations
329
113 Eccentrically loaded pad bases
336
114 Wall strip and combined foundations
348
115 Pile foundations
356
Retaining walls
369
122 Design of cantilever walls
373
123 Counterfort retaining walls
380
Reinforced concrete framed buildings
390
132 Building loads
392
133 Robustness and design of ties
394
134 Frame analysis
397
135 Building design example
407
Tall buildings
429
142 Design and analysis considerations
430
143 Planar lateralloadresisting elements
433
144 Interaction between bents
445
145 Threedimensional structures
451
Programs for reinforced concrete design
463
Section Design
464
RC Beam
478
Beam Deflection
488
Column Analysis
500
Column Design
506
157 Concluding remarks
510
References
511
Further reading
513
Index
514
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