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David A. Fanella, Ph.D., S.E., P.E., F.ASCE, is Affiliate Principal and Director of New Constructions at Klein and Hoffman Inc., Chicago, IL. Dr. Fanella holds a Ph.D. in structural engineering from the College of Illinois at Chicago and is a licensed Structural Engineer within the State of Illinois and a licensed Skilled Engineer in quite a few states.
He was previously with the Portland Cement Affiliation in Skokie, Illinois, the place he was answerable for the buildings and particular constructions market.
Dr. Fanella is an lively member of a quantity of American Concrete Institute (ACI) Committees and is an Affiliate Member of the ASCE 7 Committee. He’s at present President-Elect of the Structural Engineers Affiliation of Illinois.
Dr. Fanella has authored or co-authored many structural publications, together with a collection of articles on time-saving strategies for bolstered concrete design.
Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Contents
- Chapter 1 – Introduction
- Chapter 2 – Ground Methods
- Chapter 3 – Lateral Methods
- Chapter 4 – Design And Detailing For Sdcs A and B
- Chapter 5 – Design And Detailing For Sdc C
- Chapter 6 – Design And Detailing For Sdcs D, E, and F
Preface to Design of Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings
The aim of the Design of Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings based mostly on the 2009 IBC/ASCE/SEI 7-05/ACI 318-08 is to assist engineers analyze, design, and element low-rise cast-in-place conventionally bolstered concrete buildings in accordance with the 2009 version of the Worldwide Constructing Code® (IBC®).
As a result of the 2009 IBC references the 2008 version of Constructing Code Necessities for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-08) and the 2005 version of ASCE/SEI 7, Minimal Design Masses for Buildings and Different Constructions, the narrative and examples are based mostly on these present requirements wherever relevant.
Part numbers and equation numbers from the 2009 IBC, ACI 318- 08, and ASCE/SEI 7-05 that pertain to the particular necessities are offered all through the textual content.
Though the e book is geared primarily for practising structural engineers, engineers learning for licensing exams, structural plan examine engineers, and civil engineering college students will discover the e book a worthwhile useful resource as a result of of its easy strategy.
Chapter 2 summarizes flooring programs generally utilized in concrete buildings with steerage on the benefits of varied programs and sensible framing layouts and formwork.
Data on the choice of economical flooring programs for varied span and gravity load circumstances is offered together with strategies to find out preliminary member sizes.
Chapter Three summarizes the standard lateral-force-resisting programs utilized in low-rise bolstered concrete buildings and describes how these buildings reply to wind and earthquake forces.
The process used to find out the Seismic Design Class is included in addition to the constraints imposed on the varied lateral force-resisting programs in relation to the Seismic Design Class of the constructing.
Approximate strategies to find out the stiffness of lateral-force-resisting components and distribution of lateral forces to the vertical resisting components are offered.
Chapters 4, 5, and 6 cowl the great design and detailing necessities for varied structural components based mostly on Seismic Design Class and summarize the necessities in lots of tables, figures, and flowcharts.
Design of Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings In line with the 2009 IBC is a superb useful resource for practising civil and structural engineers in addition to plan examine engineers, engineers making ready for licensing exams, and civil engineering college students.
Design of Low-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings based on the 2009 IBC®, ASCE/SEI 7-05, ACI 318-08
Author(s): David A. Fanella
Publisher: International Code Council, Year: 2009
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