Design of Structural Elements

Design of Structural Elements 

Chanakya Arya

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Structural design is a key element of all degree and diploma courses in civil and structural engineering. It involves the study of principles and procedures contained in the latest codes of practice for structural design for a range of materials, including concrete, steel, masonry, and timber. Most textbooks on structural design consider only one construction material and, therefore, the student may end up buying several books on the subject. This is undesirable from the viewpoint of cost but also because it makes it difficult for the student to unify principles of structural design, because of differing presentation approaches adopted by the authors.




Content :
  • Part One: Introduction to Structural Design
  • Philosophy of Design
  • Basic Structural Concepts and Material Properties
  • Part Two: Structural Design to British Standards
  • Design in Reinforced Concrete to BS8110/BS8500
  • Design in Structural Steelwork to BS5950
  • Design in Unreinforced Masonry to BS5628, BS EN771, BS EN845, and BS EN998
  • Design in Timber to BS5268
  • Part Three: Structural Design to the Eurocodes
  • The Structural Eurocodes: An Introduction
  • Eurocode 2: Design of Concrete Structures
  • Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures
  • Eurocode 6: Masonry Design
  • Eurocode 5: Timber Design


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