Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, 2nd Edition

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Dearborn Trade Publishing, Sep 18, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 385 pages
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Here is a comprehensive guide and reference to assist civil engineers preparing for the Structural Engineer Examination. It offers 350 pages of text and 70 design problems with complete step-by-step solutions. Topics covered: Materials for Reinforced Concrete; Limit State Principles; Flexure of Reinforced Concrete Beams; Shear and Torsion of Concrete Beams; Bond and Anchorage; Design of Reinforced Concrete Columns; Design of Reinforced Concrete Slabs and Footings; Retaining Walls; and Piled Foundations. An index is provided.
 

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Contents

MATERIALS FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE
1
112 Properties of the concrete mix
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113 Mixing and placing
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12 Concrete Technology
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122 Mix Proportions
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13 Mix Design
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132 Mix design criteria
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133 Mix design based on statistical data
16
54 Reinforcement Splices
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542 Splice lengths for compression reinforcement
180
543 Welded splices and mechanical connections
183
56 Supplementary problems
184
References
186
DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS
187
612 Effective column length
188
613 Slenderness effects
190

134 Mix design based on a prescribed margin
18
135 Mix design based on a prescribed watercement ratio
19
142 Testing for consistency of the mix
23
15 Concrete Properties
24
153 Modulus of elasticity
25
154 Creep
26
155 Shrinkage
27
162 Welding reinforcement
28
163 Corrosion protection
29
17 Supplementary Problems
30
References
31
LIMIT STATE PRINCIPLES
35
222 Design strength and reduction factors
37
23 Serviceability Limit State Procedure
38
232 Serviceability criteria
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24 Loading Conditions
41
243 Loading arrangements
42
244 Moment redistribution
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245 Approximate design coefficients
52
25 Supplementary problems
54
References
55
FLEXURE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
57
312 Reinforcement detailing
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32 Strength Design
60
322 Rectangular beam with compression reinforcement
76
323 Flanged section with tension reinforcement only
81
33 Serviceability Requirements
86
332 Deflections
90
333 Working stress design method
95
34 Supplementary problems
102
References
105
SHEAR AND TORSION OF CONCRETE BEAMS
107
412 Design of beams without shear reinforcement
111
413 Rectangular beam with shear reinforcement
114
414 Shear in deep beams
124
415 Design of corbels
128
42 Design for Torsion
133
422 Design of beams without torsion reinforcement
135
423 Rectangular beam with torsion reinforcement
136
43 Reinforcement detailing
146
432 Torsion reinforcement
147
44 Supplementary problems
148
References
149
BOND AND ANCHORAGE
151
52 Anchorage Requirements
155
straight bars in compression
160
523 Bundled bars
161
hooked bars in tension
164
53 Curtailment Requirements
167
532 Positive flexural reinforcement
170
533 Negative flexural reinforcement
171
614 Reinforcement detailing
196
62 Short Columns
198
622 Short column with applied moment
210
63 Long Columns
214
nonsway frames
215
sway frames
218
634 Biaxial bending
221
642 Transfer by reinforcement
222
65 Supplementary problems
225
References
228
DESIGN FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE SLABS
229
72 OneWay Slabs
230
722 Deflection criteria
231
73 TwoWay Slabs
235
733 Shear requirements
240
734 Deflection criteria
250
735 Reinforcement detailing
256
74 Supplementary problems
257
References
258
DESIGN OF FOOTINGS
259
812 Reinforcement detailing
260
82 Design Requirements
261
822 Isolated column footing
264
823 Isolated column footing with eccentric load
275
824 Combined footing
280
825 Strap Footing
290
826 Eccentric Footing
296
83 Supplementary problems
302
References
305
RETAINING WALLS
307
912 General design considerations
308
92 Cantilever and Gravity Walls
309
922 Reinforcement detailing
311
923 Gravity retaining wall
321
924 Counterfort retaining wall
323
93 Sheet Pile Walls
326
932 Anchored sheet pile retaining wall
328
94 Supplementary problems
333
References
335
PILED FOUNDATIONS
337
102 Pile Group with Vertical Piles
338
1022 Vertical and lateral loading
340
103 Pile Group with Inclined Piles
342
1032 Rotation of pile cap
344
104 Pile Cap Design
349
1042 Truss analogy method
353
105 Supplementary problems
357
References
359
APPENDIX
361
INDEX
376
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By Alan Williams, Ph.D., S.E., C. Eng., a leading structural engineering author. He has written for the "Structural Engineering I and II Exams and the "California Structural Engineering Exam.

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