Design of Reinforced Masonry Structures

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2010-07-12
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The Definitive Guide to Designing Reinforced Masonry StructuresFully updated to the 2009 International Building Code (2009 IBC) and the 2008 Masonry Standards Joint Committee (MSJC-08),Design of Reinforced Masonry Structures, second edition, presents the latest methods for designing strong, safe, and economical structures with reinforced masonry. The book is packed with more than 425 illustrations and a wealth of new, detailed examples.This state-of-the-art guide features strength design philosophy for reinforced masonry structures based on ASCE 7-05 design loads for wind and seismic design. Written by an internationally acclaimed author, this essential professional tool takes you step-by-step through the art, science, and engineering of reinforced masonry structures.COVERAGE INCLUDES: Masonry units and their applications Materials of masonry construction Flexural analysis and design Columns Walls under gravity and transverse loads Shear walls Retaining and subterranean walls General design and construction considerations Anchorage to masonry Design aids and tables

Author Biography

Narendra Taly, Ph.D., P.E. is a professor of civilengineering at California State University. He has more than fourdecades’ experience in the field and is the author of three prior books.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Editionp. xiii
Preface to the First Editionp. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
Notationp. xxi
Acronymsp. xxvii
Introductionp. 1
What is Masonry?p. 1
Plain and Reinforced Masonryp. 1
A Brief History of Masonry Constructionp. 2
Evolution of Reinforced Masonryp. 3
Unreinforced and Reinforced Masonryp. 5
Historical Development of Building Codes and Standards for Masonry Constructionp. 6
Design Methodsp. 9
Load Combinationsp. 11
Referencesp. 14
Masonry Units: Applications, Types, Sizes, and Classificationp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Application of Masonry Units in Constructionp. 1
General Description of Masonry Unitsp. 2
Clay Building Brickp. 4
Functional Aspectsp. 15
Concrete Masonry Unitsp. 23
Bonds and Patterns in Masonry Workp. 35
Structural Requirements for Masonry in Stack Bondp. 41
Mortar Jointsp. 42
Types of Wall Constructionp. 43
Glass Unit Masonryp. 46
Mortarless Block Systemsp. 51
Prefabricated Masonryp. 51
Autoclaved Aerated Concretep. 54
Referencesp. 55
Materials of Masonry Constructionp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Mortarp. 1
Groutp. 6
Differences between Mortar, Grout, and Concretep. 11
Compressive Strength of Masonryp. 12
Steel Reinforcementp. 15
Modulus of Elasticity of Masonry Materialsp. 22
Thermal Effects on Masonryp. 23
Influence of Moisture on Masonry: Shrinkagep. 25
Creep of Masonryp. 27
Referencesp. 28
Design of Reinforced Masonry Beamsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Historical Developmentp. 2
Strength Design Philosophyp. 2
Assumptions in Strength Design Philosophyp. 5
Analysis of Rectangular Sections in Flexurep. 7
Modulus of Rupture and Nominal Cracking Moment of a Masonry Beamp. 26
Design of Masonry Beamsp. 31
Procedure for Flexural Design of Beamsp. 41
Overreinforced Beamsp. 53
Design for Shear in Reinforced Masonry Beamsp. 56
Lateral Support of Masonry Beamsp. 69
Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Masonry Beamsp. 69
Lintelsp. 74
Masonry Wall Beams (Deep Wall Beams)p. 101
Bond Beamsp. 109
Diaphragm Actionp. 111
Flexural Strength of a Wall due to In-Plane Loadsp. 115
Development Lengths for Reinforcing Barsp. 117
Serviceability Criteria for Beamsp. 119
Service Load Analysis of Reinforced Masonry Beamsp. 120
Deflections of Reinforced Masonry Beamsp. 126
Referencesp. 139
Columnsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Behavior of Axially Loaded Columnsp. 4
Axial Strength of Reinforced Masonry Columnsp. 7
MSJC Code Provisions for Reinforced Masonry Columnsp. 10
Analysis of Reinforced Masonry Columnsp. 16
Design Procedure for Reinforced Masonry Columnsp. 21
Columns under Combined Axial Load and Bendingp. 28
Discussion and Interpretation of the Axial Load-Bending Moment Interaction Diagramsp. 57
Interaction Diagram for a Wall under Combined Loading (Axial Load and Bending)p. 58
Shear Strength of Masonry Columnsp. 60
Masonry Piersp. 64
Referencesp. 68
Walls under Gravity and Transverse Loadsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Types of Masonry Wallsp. 1
Bond Patterns in Masonry Wallsp. 16
Analysis of Walls under Gravity and Transverse Loadsp. 23
Out-of-Plane Loads on Wallsp. 25
Analysis of Masonry Walls for Out-of-Plane Loadsp. 38
Design of Walls for Gravity and Transverse Loadsp. 44
Axial Loads on Walls Subjected to Out-of-Plane Loadsp. 69
Pilastersp. 69
Nonload-Bearing Wallsp. 77
Referencesp. 86
Shear Wallsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Fundamental Conceptsp. 2
Types of Shear Wallsp. 6
Rigidity and Relative Rigidity of a Shear Wallp. 10
Rigidity of a Shear Wall with Openingsp. 17
Determination of Seismic Lateral Forces in Shear Wallsp. 39
Horizontal Diaphragmsp. 50
Influence of Building Configuration on Lateral Force Distribution in Shear Wallsp. 57
Analysis of Shear Walls and Diaphragms under Direct Shear and Torsional Momentsp. 69
Design Considerations for Shear Wallsp. 81
Analysis of Shear Walls under Flexure and Axial Loadsp. 95
Design of Multistory Shear Wallsp. 108
Failure Modes of Shear Wallsp. 110
Referencesp. 121
Retaining and Subterranean Wallsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Principal Types of Retaining Wallsp. 2
Lateral Pressures on Retaining Wallsp. 9
External Stability of a Retaining Wallsp. 25
Design Procedure for Masonry Retaining Wallsp. 29
Subterranean or Basement Wallsp. 35
Construction Considerationsp. 42
Referencesp. 48
Construction Aspectsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Placement of Steel Reinforcementp. 2
Groutingp. 7
Movements of Construction Materials, Their Causes and Effectsp. 23
Control of Cracking and Movement Jointsp. 33
Quality Assurancep. 42
Flashing for Masonry Constructionp. 43
Referencesp. 46
Anchorage to Masonryp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Types of Anchor Boltsp. 1
Placement and Embedment of Anchor Bolts in Masonry Groutp. 2
Nominal Strength of Anchor Boltsp. 3
Nominal Axial Strength of Anchor Bolts Loaded in Tension and in Combined Tension and Shearp. 5
Nominal Shear Strength of Headed and Bent-Bar Anchor Bolts in Shearp. 14
Headed and Bent-Bar Anchor Bolts in Combined Axial Tension and Shearp. 15
Structural Walls and Their Anchorage Requirementsp. 16
Referencesp. 27
Appendix Design Aids: Tablesp. A.1
Glossaryp. G.1
Indexp. I.1
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