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Reinforced Concrete : Mechanics and Design

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0131429949
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2009
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

This book explains the theory and practice of reinforced concrete design in a systematic and clear fashion with an abundance of step-by-step worked examples, illustrations, and photographs.This book focuses on preparing readers to make the many judgment decisions required in reinforced concrete design. Coverage includes flexure, torsion, continuous beams, columns, two-way slabs, footing, walls, design for earthquake resistance, and more.For professionals in the field who need a comprehensive reference on concrete structures and the design of reinforced concrete.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
About the Authors xix
Introduction
1(11)
Reinforced Concrete Structures
1(1)
Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete
1(2)
Reinforced Concrete Members
3(1)
Factors Affecting Choice of Concrete for a Structure
4(4)
Historical Development of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete as Structural Materials
8(2)
Building Codes and the ACI Code
10(2)
The Design Process
12(33)
Objectives of Design
12(1)
The Design Process
12(1)
Limit States and the Design of Reinforced Concrete
13(4)
Structural Safety
17(2)
Probabilistic Calculation of Safety Factors
19(1)
Design Procedures Specified in the ACI Building Code
20(3)
Revisions to Load Factors and Load Combinations in the 2002 ACI Code
23(8)
Loadings and Actions
31(10)
Design for Economy
41(2)
Handbooks and Design Aids
43(1)
Customary Dimensions and Construction Tolerances
43(1)
Accuracy of Calculations
43(1)
``Shall be Permitted''
44(1)
Inspection
44(1)
Materials
45(55)
Concrete
45(1)
Behavior of Concrete Failing in Compression
45(3)
Compressive Strength of Concrete
48(12)
Strength Under Tensile and Multiaxial Loads
60(8)
Stress-Strain Curves for Concrete
68(6)
Time-Dependent Volume Changes
74(13)
High-Strength Concrete
87(2)
Lightweight Concrete
89(1)
Durability of Concrete
90(1)
Behavior of Concrete Exposed to High and Low Temperatures
91(1)
Shotcrete
92(1)
High Alumina Cement
92(1)
Reinforcement
92(6)
Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) Reinforcement
98(2)
Flexure: Basic Concepts, Rectangular Beams
100(63)
Introduction
100(3)
Flexure Theory
103(12)
Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Beams
115(22)
Design of Rectangular Beams
137(26)
Flexure: T Beams, Beams with Compression Reinforcement, and Special Cases
163(46)
Introduction
163(1)
T Beams
163(19)
Beams with Compression Reinforcement
182(16)
Unsymmetrical Beam Sections or Beams Bent about Two Axes
198(3)
Analysis of Moment Capacity Based on Strain Compatibility
201(3)
Design of Members with FRP Reinforcement-Design According to ACI 440 Report
204(5)
Shear in Beams
209(65)
Introduction
209(2)
Basic Theory
211(5)
Behavior of Beams Failing in Shear
216(10)
Truss Model of the Behavior of Slender Beams Failing in Shear
226(8)
Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams for Shear---ACI Code
234(25)
Modern Shear Design Methods
259(4)
Hanger Reinforcement
263(3)
Tapered Beams
266(2)
Shear in Axially Loaded Beams or Columns
268(2)
Shear in Seismic Regions
270(4)
Torsion
274(54)
Introduction and Basic Theory
274(11)
Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Members Subjected to Torsion
285(1)
Design Methods for Torsion
286(1)
Thin-Walled Tube/Plastic Space Truss Design Method
287(14)
Design for Torsion, Shear, and Moment---ACI Code
301(6)
Application of ACI Code Design Method for Torsion
307(21)
Development, Anchorage, and Splicing of Reinforcement
328(58)
Introduction
328(5)
Mechanism of Bond Transfer
333(1)
Development Length
334(9)
Hooked Anchorages
343(5)
Design for Anchorage
348(7)
Bar Cutoffs and Development of Bars in Flexural Members
355(10)
Calculation of Bar Cutoff Points
365(16)
Splices
381(5)
Serviceability
386(38)
Introduction
386(1)
Elastic Analysis of Stresses in Beam Sections
387(6)
Cracking
393(9)
Deflections: Response of Concrete Beams
402(7)
Consideration of Deflections in Design
409(10)
Frame Deflections
419(1)
Vibrations
420(1)
Fatigue
421(3)
Continuous Beams and One-Way Slabs
424(51)
Introduction
424(1)
Continuity in Reinforced Concrete Structures
424(3)
Moments and Shears in Continuous Beams
427(9)
One-Way Slabs
436(16)
Continuous Beams
452(18)
Design of Girders
470(1)
Joist Floors
471(2)
Moment Redistribution
473(2)
Columns: Combined Axial Load and Bending
475(59)
Introduction
475(2)
Tied and Spiral Columns
477(5)
Interaction Diagrams
482(2)
Interaction Diagrams for Concrete Columns
484(19)
Design of Short Columns
503(17)
Contributions of Steel and Concrete to Column Strength
520(2)
Biaxially Loaded Columns
522(12)
Slender Columns
534(74)
Introduction
534(5)
Behavior and Analysis of Pin-Ended Columns
539(16)
Behavior of Restrained Columns in Nonsway Frames
555(4)
Design of Columns in Nonsway Frames
559(14)
Behavior of Restrained Columns in Sway Frames
573(2)
Calculation of Moments in Sway Frames by Using Second-Order Analyses
575(5)
Design of Columns in Sway Frames
580(22)
General Analysis of Slenderness Effects
602(1)
Frame Stability
603(5)
Two-Way Slabs: Behavior, Analysis, and Direct Design Method
608(125)
Introduction
608(2)
History of Two-Way Slabs
610(1)
Behavior of a Slab Loaded to Failure in Flexure
610(3)
Statical Equilibrium of Two-Way Slabs
613(3)
Distribution of Moments in Slabs
616(7)
Direct Design Method: Introduction
623(22)
Shear Strength of Two-Way Slabs
645(19)
Combined Shear and Moment Transfer in Two-Way Slabs
664(22)
Details and Reinforcement Requirements
686(6)
Design of Slabs Without Beams
692(22)
Construction Loads on Slabs
714(1)
Slab Deflections
714(3)
Design of Slabs with Beams in Two Directions
717(16)
Equivalent Frame Method
733(26)
Introduction
733(1)
Equivalent Frame Analysis of Slab Systems for Vertical Loads
734(22)
Use of Computers in the Equivalent Frame Method
756(1)
Equivalent Frame Analyis of Laterally Loaded Unbraced Frames
757(2)
Two-Way Slabs: Elastic, Yield Line, and Strip Method Analyses
759(27)
Elastic Analysis of Slabs
759(2)
Design of Reinforcement for Moments from a Finite Element Analysis
761(2)
Yield Line Analysis of Slabs
763(13)
Strip Method
776(10)
Footings
786(38)
Introduction
786(1)
Soil Pressure Under Footings
786(9)
Structural Action of Strip and Spread Footings
795(6)
Strip or Wall Footings
801(4)
Spread Footings
805(7)
Combined Footings
812(9)
Mat Foundations
821(1)
Pile Caps
821(3)
Shear Friction, Horizontal Shear Transfer, and Composite Concrete Beams
824(20)
Introduction
824(1)
Shear Friction
824(11)
Composite Concrete Beams
835(9)
Discontinuity Regions and Strut-and-Tie Models
844(90)
Introduction
844(3)
Design Equation and Method of Solution
847(1)
Struts
847(7)
Ties
854(1)
Nodes and Nodal Zones
854(12)
Common Strut-and-Tie Models
866(3)
Layout of Strut-and-Tie Models
869(4)
Deep Beams
873(13)
Continuous Deep Beams
886(12)
Brackets and Corbels
898(12)
Dapped Ends
910(5)
Beam-Column Joints
915(13)
Bearing Strength
928(2)
T-Beam Flanges
930(4)
Walls and Shear Walls
934(56)
Introduction
934(3)
Tests of Walls with In-Plane Loads
937(4)
Critical Loads for Axially Loaded Walls
941(5)
Bearing Walls
946(4)
Retaining Walls
950(1)
Tilt-Up Walls
950(1)
Shear Walls
950(1)
Lateral Load Resisting Systems for Buildings
951(2)
Shear Wall-Frame Interaction
953(2)
Coupled Shear Walls
955(3)
Design of Structural Walls---General
958(8)
Flexural Strength of Shear Walls
966(5)
Shear Strength of Shear Walls
971(2)
Design of a Shear Wall for Wind Loads
973(17)
Design for Earthquake Resistance
990(51)
Introduction---Earthquakes and Seismic Response Spectra
990(1)
Seismic Response Spectra
991(5)
Seismic Design Philosophy
996(3)
Seismic Forces on Structures
999(4)
Ductility of Reinforced Concrete
1003(1)
General ACI Code Provisions for Seismic Resistance
1004(4)
Flexural Members of Special Moment Frames
1008(14)
Columns in Special Moment Frames
1022(8)
Joints of Special Moment Frames
1030(2)
Structural Diaphragms
1032(2)
Structural Walls
1034(4)
Frame Members Not Proportioned to Resist Forces Induced by Earthquake Motions
1038(1)
Frames in Regions of Intermediate Seismic Risk
1038(1)
Special Precast Structures
1038(1)
Foundations
1039(2)
Appendix A 1041(43)
Appendix B 1084(8)
References 1092(18)
Index 1110


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