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Reinforced Concrete Design 2nd Version by Pillai and Menon


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Reinforced Concrete Design Contents


REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

  • Introduction
  • Plain and Reinforced Concrete
  • Goals of Structural Design
  • Reinforced Concrete Building
  • Structural Methods
  • Reinforced Concrete Buildings
  • Structural Evaluation and Design
  • Design Codes and Handbooks

BASIC MATERIAL PROPERTIES 

  • Introduction
  • Cement
  • Mixture
  • Water
  • Admixtures
  • Grade of Concrete
  • Concrete Combine Design
  • Behaviour of Concrete beneath Uniaxial Compression
  • Behaviour of Concrete beneath Stress
  • Behaviour of Concrete beneath Mixed Stresses 
  • Creep of Concrete
  • Shrinkage and Temperature Results in Concrete
  • Sturdiness of Concrete
  • Reinforcing Metal

BASIC DESIGN CONCEPTS 

  • Introduction
  • Working Stress Technique (WSM) 
  • Final Load Technique (ULM) 
  • Probabilistic Evaluation and Design 
  • Restrict States Technique (LSM)
  • Code Suggestions for Restrict States Design

BEHAVIOUR IN FLEXURE

  • Introduction
  • Idea of Flexure for Homogeneous Supplies
  • Linear Elastic Evaluation of Composite Sections
  • Modular Ratio and Cracking Second
  • Flexural Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete
  • Evaluation at Service Masses (WSM(
  • Evaluation at Final Restrict State
  • Evaluation of Slabs as Rectangular Beams

DESIGN OF BEAMS AND ONE-WAY SLABS FOR FLEXURE

  • Introduction 
  • Necessities of Flexural Reinforcement
  • Necessities for Deflection Management
  • Tips for Number of Member Sizes
  • Design of Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
  • Design of Steady One-Means Slabs
  • Design of Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
  • Design of Flanged Beam Sections
  • Curtailment of Flexural Stress Reinforcement

DESIGN FOR SHEAR

  • Introduction
  • Shear Stresses in Homogeneous Rectangular Beams
  • Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete beneath Shear
  • Nominal Shear Stress
  • Vital Sections for Shear Design 
  • Design Shear Power with out Shear Reinforcement 
  • Design Shear Power with Shear Reinforcement
  • Further Feedback on Shear Reinforcement Design
  • Interface Shear and Shear Friction
  • Shear Connectors in Flexural Members
  • Shear Design Examples – Standard Technique

DESIGN FOR TORSION 

  • Introduction
  • Equilibrium Torsion and Compatibility Torsion 
  • Normal Behaviour in Torsion 
  • Design Power in Torsion 
  • Evaluation and Design Examples

DESIGN FOR BOND

  • Introduction 
  • Flexural Bond 
  • Anchorage (Improvement) Bond
  • Bond Failure and Bond Power 
  • Assessment of Code Necessities for Bond 
  • Splicing of Reinforcement 
  • Design Examples

ANALYSIS FOR DESIGN MOMENTS IN CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS

  • Introduction
  • Gravity Load Patterns for Most Design Moments 
  • Simplified (Approximate) Strategies of Evaluation 
  • Proportioning of Member Sizes for Preliminary Design
  • Estimation of Stiffnesses of Body Components 
  • Adjustment of Design Moments at Beam-Column Junctions
  • Inelastic Evaluation and Second Redistribution
  • Design Examples

SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATES: DEFLECTION AND CRACKING

  • Introduction 
  • Serviceability Restrict States: Deflection 
  • Quick-Time period Deflections 
  • Lengthy-Time period Deflection 
  • Serviceability Restrict State: Cracking

DESIGN OF TWO-WAY SLAB SYSTEMS

  • Introduction 
  • Design of Wall-Supported Two-Means Slabs 
  • Design of Beam-Supported Two-Means Slabs 
  • Design of Column-Supported Slabs (with/with out Beams) beneath Gravity Masses
  • Direct Design Technique
  • Equal Body Technique 
  • Reinforcement Particulars in Column-Supported Two-Means Slabs
  • Shear in Column-Supported Two-Means Slabs
  • Design Examples of Column-Supported Two-Means Slabs

DESIGN OF STAIRCASES

  • Introduction 
  • Sorts of Staircases 
  • Masses and Load Results on Stair Slabs 
  • Design Examples of Stair Slabs Spanning Transversely
  • Design Examples of Stair Slabs Spanning Longitudinally

DESIGN OF COMPRESSION MEMBERS

  • Introduction
  • Estimation of Efficient Size of a Column
  • Code Necessities on Slenderness Limits, Minimal  Eccentricities and Reinforcement
  • Design of Quick Columns beneath Axial Compression
  • Design of Quick Columns beneath Compression with Uniaxial Bending
  • Design of Quick Columns beneath Axial Compression with Biaxial Bending 
  • Design of Slender Columns

DESIGN OF FOOTINGS AND RETAINING WALLS

  • Introduction 
  • Sorts of Footings
  • Soil Pressures beneath Remoted Footings
  • Normal Design Issues and Code Necessities 
  • Design Examples of Remoted and Wall Footings
  • Design of Mixed Footings 
  • Sorts of Retaining Partitions and Their Behaviour 703
  • Earth Pressures and Stability Necessities 
  • Proportioning and Design of Cantilever and Counterfort Partitions

GOOD DETAILING AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES 

  • Introduction 
  • Design and Detailing Practices 
  • Supplies and Building Practices 
  • Abstract 

SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT DESIGN

  • Introduction
  • Significance of Ductility in Seismic Design 
  • Main Design Issues

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