
Materials and Mechanics of Bending 


1  (21) 


2  (1) 


2  (1) 


2  (1) 


3  (1) 


3  (3) 


6  (1) 


6  (4) 

Beams: Mechanics of Bending Review 


10  (12) 


18  (1) 


19  (3) 

Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Beams and Slabs: Tension Steel Only 


22  (49) 


23  (1) 

Methods of Analysis and Design 


24  (1) 


25  (2) 

Strength Design Method Assumptions 


27  (1) 

Flexural Strength of Rectangular Beams 


28  (2) 

Equivalent Stress Distribution 


30  (4) 

Balanced, Overreinforced, and Underreinforced Beams 


34  (1) 

Reinforcement Ratio Limitations and Guidelines 


35  (4) 


39  (2) 

Rectangular Beam Analysis for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) 


41  (4) 

Summary of Procedure for Rectangular Beam Analysis for φMn (Tension Reinforcement Only) 


45  (1) 


46  (1) 

OneWay Slabs: Analysis for Moment 


46  (4) 

Rectangular Beam Design for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) 


50  (8) 

Summary of Procedure for Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Beam Design for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) 


58  (2) 

Design of OneWay Slabs for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) 


60  (2) 

Summary of Procedure for Design of OneWay Slabs for Moment (to Satisfy ACI Minimum h) 


62  (1) 


63  (8) 


64  (1) 


65  (6) 

Reinforced Concrete Beams: TBeams and Doubly Reinforced Beams 


71  (50) 


72  (2) 


74  (5) 

Development of TBeam As, max 


79  (3) 

Analysis of Beams Having Irregular Cross Sections 


82  (2) 

TBeam Design (for Moment) 


84  (6) 

Summary of Procedure for Analysis of TBeams (for Moment) 


90  (2) 

Summary of Procedure for Design of TBeams (for Moment) 


92  (1) 

Doubly Reinforced Beams: Introduction 


93  (1) 

Doubly Reinforced Beam Analysis for Moment (Condition I) 


94  (5) 

Doubly Reinforced Beam Analysis for Moment (Condition II) 


99  (5) 

Summary of Procedure for Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beams (for Moment) 


104  (2) 

Doubly Reinforced Beam Design for Moment 


106  (4) 

Summary of Procedure for Design of Do Reinforced Beams (for Moment) 


110  (2) 

Additional Code Requirements for Doubly Reinforced Beams 


112  (9) 


112  (9) 


121  (26) 


121  (3) 

Shear Reinforcement Design Requirements 


124  (4) 


128  (2) 


130  (11) 


141  (1) 

Design of Torsion Reinforcement 


142  (5) 


143  (4) 

Development, Splices, and SimpleSpan Bar Cutoffs 


147  (38) 

Development Length: Introduction 


148  (1) 

Development Length: Tension Bars 


149  (9) 

Development Length: Compression Bars 


158  (1) 

Development Length: Standard Hooks in Tension 


158  (5) 

Development of Web Reinforcement 


163  (2) 


165  (1) 


166  (1) 


167  (1) 

SimpleSpan Bar Cutoffs and Bends 


167  (9) 

Code Requirements for Development of Positive Moment Steel at Simple Supports 


176  (9) 


179  (6) 

Continuous Construction Design Considerations 


185  (28) 


185  (2) 

ContinuousSpan Bar Cutoffs 


187  (3) 

Design of Continuous Floor Systems 


190  (23) 


211  (2) 


213  (18) 


213  (1) 


214  (1) 


215  (5) 


220  (1) 


221  (4) 

Deflections for Continuous Spans 


225  (1) 


226  (5) 


228  (3) 


231  (47) 


231  (3) 

Lateral Forces on Retaining Walls 


234  (4) 

Design of Reinforced Concrete Cantilever Retaining Walls 


238  (32) 

Design Considerations for Bearing Walls 


270  (4) 

Design Considerations for Basement Walls 


274  (4) 


275  (3) 


278  (33) 


279  (1) 

Strength of Reinforced Concrete Columns: Small Eccentricity 


280  (3) 

Code Requirements Concerning Column Details 


283  (2) 

Analysis of Short Columns: Small Eccentricity 


285  (3) 

Design of Short Columns: Small Eccentricity 


288  (4) 

Summary of Procedure for Analysis and Design of Short Columns with Small Eccentricities 


292  (1) 

The LoadMoment Relationship 


292  (1) 

Columns Subjected to Axial Load at Large Eccentricity 


293  (1) 

Analysis of Short Columns: Large Eccentricity 


294  (8) 


302  (1) 


303  (8) 


307  (1) 


308  (3) 


311  (45) 


312  (1) 


312  (11) 

Wall Footings Under Light Loads 


323  (1) 

Individual Reinforced Concrete Footings for Columns 


324  (4) 

Square Reinforced Concrete Footings 


328  (8) 

Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Footings 


336  (10) 

Eccentrically Loaded Footings 


346  (1) 


346  (4) 

Cantilever or Strap Footings 


350  (6) 


354  (2) 

Prestressed Concrete Fundamentals 


356  (30) 


357  (1) 

Design Approach and Basic Concepts 


357  (3) 

Stress Patterns in Prestressed Concrete Beams 


360  (2) 

Prestressed Concrete Materials 


362  (1) 

Analysis of Rectangular Prestressed Concrete Beams 


363  (5) 

Alternative Methods of Elastic Analysis: Internal Couple Method 


368  (3) 

Alternative Methods of Elastic Analysis: Load Balancing Method 


371  (8) 

Flexural Strength Analysis 


379  (3) 

Notes on Prestressed Concrete Design 


382  (4) 


382  (1) 


383  (3) 


386  (52) 


387  (1) 


387  (1) 

Formwork Materials and Accessories 


388  (5) 

Loads and Pressures on Forms 


393  (2) 


395  (8) 

Design of Formwork for Slabs 


403  (11) 

Design of Formwork for Beams 


414  (9) 


423  (7) 


430  (8) 


435  (1) 


435  (3) 

Detailing Reinforced Concrete Structures 


438  (20) 


439  (1) 


440  (3) 

Marking Systems and Bar Marks 


443  (2) 


445  (1) 


446  (1) 


446  (6) 


452  (1) 

Bar Supports and Bar Placement 


452  (1) 


453  (5) 


456  (2) 
APPENDIX A TABLES 

458  (16) 
APPENDIX B SUPPLEMENTARY AIDS AND GUIDELINES 

474  (8) 

B1 Accuracy for Computations for Reinforced Concrete 


474  (2) 

B2 As, max for Doubly Reinforced Beams 


476  (2) 


478  (4) 
APPENDIX C METRICATION 

482  (17) 

C1 The International System of Units (SI) 


482  (3) 


485  (3) 


488  (11) 


498  (1) 
Answers to Selected Problems 

499  (3) 
Index 

502  