## Reinforced Concrete: Design theory and examplesThis 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

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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 |

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