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Reinforced concrete design

Author: Abi O Aghayere
Publisher: NY, NY : Pearson, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Ninth editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abi O Aghayere
ISBN: 9780134715353 0134715357
OCLC Number: 1013505921
Description: x, 422 pages ; 29 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1-1. Concrete --
1-2. The ACI Building Code --
1-3. Cement and Water --
1-4. Aggregates --
1-5. Concrete Mixes --
1-6. Concrete in Compression --
1-7. Concrete in Tension --
1-8. Reinforcing Steel --
1-9. Concrete Cover --
1-10. Beams: Mechanics of Bending Review --
1-11. Concrete Slab Systems --
1-12. Gravity Load Distribution in Concrete Slab Systems --
References --
Problems --
2-1. Introduction --
2-2. Analysis and Design Method --
2-3. Behavior Under Load --
2-4. Strength Design Method Assumptions --
2-5. Flexural Strength of Rectangular Beams --
2-6. Equivalent Stress Distribution --
2-7. Balanced, Brittle, and Ductile Failure Modes --
2-8. Ductility Requirements --
2-9. Strength Requirements --
2-10. Rectangular Beam Analysis for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) --
2-11. Summary of Procedure for Rectangular Beam Analysis for øMn (Tension Reinforcement Only) --
2-12. Slabs: Introduction --
2-13. One-Way Slabs: Analysis for Moment --
2-14. Rectangular Beam Design for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) --
2-15. Summary Of Procedure for Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Beam Design for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) --
2-16. Design of One-Way Slabs for Moment (Tension Reinforcement Only) --
2-17. Summary of Procedure for Design of One-Way Slabs for Moment (To Satisfy ACI Minimum Thickness, h) --
2-18. Slabs-On-Grade --
References --
Problems --
3-1.T-Beams and L-Beams: Introduction --
3-2.T-Beam and L-Beam Analysis --
3-3. Analysis of Beams Having Irregular Cross Sections --
3-4.T-Beam and L-Beam Design (for Moment) --
3-5. Summary of Procedure for Analysis of T-Beams and L-Beams (for Moment) --
3-6. Summary of Procedure for Design of T-Beams and L-Beams (for Moment) --
3-7. Doubly Reinforced Beams: Introduction --
3-8. Doubly Reinforced Beam Analysis for Moment (Condition I) --
3-9. Doubly Reinforced Beam Analysis for Moment (Condition II) --
3-10. Summary of Procedure for Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beams (for Moment) --
3-11. Doubly Reinforced Beam Design for Moment --
3-12. Summary of Procedure for Design of Doubly Reinforced Beams (for Moment) --
3-13. Additional Code Requirements for Doubly Reinforced Beams --
Problems --
4-1. Introduction --
4-2. Shear Reinforcement Design Requirements --
4-3. Shear Analysis Procedure --
4-4. Stirrup Design Procedure --
4-5. Torsion of Reinforced Concrete Members --
4-6. Corbels and Brackets --
References --
Problems --
5-1. Bond Stress and Development Length: Introduction --
5-2. Development Length: Tension Bars --
5-3. Development Length: Compression Bars --
5-4. Development Length: Standard Hooks in Tension --
5-5. Development of Web Reinforcement --
5-6. Splices --
5-7. Tension Splices --
5-8.Compression Splices --
5-9. Simple-Span Bar Cutoffs and Bends --
5-10. Code Requirements for Development of Positive Moment Steel at Simple Supports --
5-11. Structural Integrity Reinforcement-Beams --
References --
Problems --
6-1. Introduction --
6-2. Continuous-Span Bar Cutoffs --
6-3. Design of Continuous One-Way Floor Systems --
6-4. Analysis and Design of Continuous Two-Way Slabs --
References --
Problems --
7-1. Introduction --
7-2. Deflections --
7-3. Calculation of ICr --
7-4. Immediate Deflection --
7-5. Long-Term Deflection --
7-6. Procedure for Calculating the Deflection of Simply Supported and Continuous Beams and Slabs --
7-7. Procedure for Calculating the Deflection of Continuous Girders --
7-8. Deflection Control Measures in Reinforced Concrete Structures --
7-9. Crack Control --
7-10. Floor Vibrations --
7-11. Gross and Cracked Section Properties of Concrete Sections --
References --
Problems --
8-1. Introduction --
8-2. Lateral Forces on Retaining Walls --
8-3. Design of Reinforced Concrete Cantilever Retaining Walls --
8-4. Design Considerations for Bearing Walls --
8-5. Design Considerations for Basement Walls --
8-6. Lateral Load Resisting Systems in Concrete Buildings --
8-7. Concrete Moment Frames --
8-8. Shear Walls --
References --
Problems --
9-1. Introduction --
9-2. Strength of Reinforced Concrete Columns: Small Eccentricity --
9-3. Code Requirements Concerning Column Details --
9-4. Analysis of Short Columns: Small Eccentricity --
9-5. Design of Short Columns: Small Eccentricity --
9-6. Summary of Procedure for Analysis and Design of Short Columns with Small Eccentricities --
9-7. The Load-Moment Relationship --
9-8. Columns Subjected to Axial Load at Large Eccentricity --
9-9.44 Factor Considerations --
9-10. Analysis of Short Columns: Large Eccentricity --
9-11. Biaxial Bending --
9-12. The Slender Column --
9-13. Concrete Column Schedule --
References --
Problems --
10-1. Introduction --
10-2. The Geotechnical Report --
10-3. Wall Footings --
10-4. Wall Footings Under Light Loads --
10-5. Individual Reinforced Concrete Footings for Columns --
10-6. Square Reinforced Concrete Footings --
10-7. Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Footings --
10-8. Eccentrically Loaded Footings --
10-9.Combined Footings --
10-10. Cantilever or Strap Footings --
10-11. Analysis and Design of Mat Foundations --
10-12. Deep Foundations-Piles, Drilled Shaft (Caissons), and Pile Caps --
10-13. Strut-and-Tie Models for Pile Caps and Deep Beams --
References --
Problems --
11-1. Introduction --
11-2. Design Approach and Basic Concepts --
11-3. Stress Patterns in Prestressed Concrete Beams --
11-4. Prestressed Concrete Materials --
11-5. Analysis of Rectangular Prestressed Concrete Beams --
11-6. Alternative Methods of Elastic Analysis: Load Balancing Method --
11-7. Flexural Strength Analysis --
11-8. Notes on Prestressed Concrete Design --
References --
Problems --
12-1. Introduction --
12-2. Formwork Requirements --
12-3. Formwork Materials and Accessories --
12-4. Loads and Pressures on Forms --
12-5. The Design Approach --
12-6. Design of Formwork for Slabs --
12-7. Design of Formwork for Beams --
12-8. Wall Form Design --
12-9. Forms for Columns --
References --
Problems --
13-1. Introduction --
13-2. Placing or Shop Drawings --
13-3. Marking Systems and Bar Marks --
13-4. Schedules --
13-5. Fabricating Standards --
13-6. Bar Lists --
13-7. Extras --
13-8. Bar Supports and Bar Placement --
13-9.Computer Detailing --
References --
14-1. Introduction --
14-2. Rules of Thumb and Practical Considerations for Reinforced Concrete Design --
14-3. Approximate Moments and Shears in Continuous Girders --
14-4. Strengthening and Rehabilitation of Existing Reinforced Concrete Structures --
14-5. Diaphragms, Drag Struts, and Chords --
14-6. One-Way Slabs Subjected to Concentrated Loads --
14-7. Load Testing of Structures --
14-8. Closure or Pour Strips in Reinforced Concrete Floors --
14-9. Fire Resistance of Concrete Structural Elements --
14-10. Analysis and Design of Edge-Supported Two-Way Slabs on Stiff Supports --
14-11. Cast-In Place Concrete Specifications --
14-12. Student Design Projects --
References --
B-1. Accuracy For Computations For Reinforced Concrete --
B-2. Flow Diagrams --
C-1. The International System Of Units (SI) --
C-2. SI Style And Usage --
C-3. Conversion Factors.
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