Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design

Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design 

Andrew Watts

Preference :

We planned and wrote this book to provide essential information needed to proportion reinforced concrete structures subjected to demands that can be expressed in terms of static forces. Two concerns have bounded the material: (1) to provide the needed information within the scope of a four-month semester in a series of sections, most of which will require a single lecture, and (2) to include a minimum of references to design criteria contained in building codes.

Content :
  • A Brief History of Reinforced Concrete
  • Structural Framing in Reinforced Concrete
  • The Design Process
  • Properties of Steel Reinforcement.
  • Concrete
  • Time-Dependent Volume Changes of Concrete: Shrinkage and Creep
  • Tied Columns
  • Axial Strength of Laterally Conned Concrete
  • Spiral Columns
  • Measures of Flexural Response
  • A General Description of Flexural Response
  • Linear Response of Cracked Sections
  • Limiting Moment and Unit Curvature
  • Development of a Quantitative Relationship between Moment and Unit Curvature
  • Maximum and Minimum Amounts of Longitudinal Reinforcement for Beams
  • Beams with Compression Reinforcement
  • Beams with Flanges
  • Detection under Short-Time Loading

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