## Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, 2nd EditionHere 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 | 5 |

113 Mixing and placing | 6 |

12 Concrete Technology | 9 |

122 Mix Proportions | 10 |

13 Mix Design | 14 |

132 Mix design criteria | 15 |

133 Mix design based on statistical data | 16 |

54 Reinforcement Splices | 176 |

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 | 40 |

24 Loading Conditions | 41 |

243 Loading arrangements | 42 |

244 Moment redistribution | 46 |

245 Approximate design coefficients | 52 |

25 Supplementary problems | 54 |

References | 55 |

FLEXURE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS | 57 |

312 Reinforcement detailing | 58 |

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 |

361 | |

INDEX | 376 |

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12 inches accordance with ACI ACI Equation ACI Section aggregate American Concrete Institute axial load bending bending moment cement centroid closed stirrups column strip compression reinforcement compressive strength concrete cylinder strength concrete strength counterfort cracking critical perimeter critical section dead load Deﬁne deﬂection Details for Example Determine development length diameter effective depth EVAL exam factored load ﬂange ﬂoor given by ACI Grade 60 bars Hence kip feet kips per foot kips per square live load longitudinal minimum reinforcement percent pile cap pounds per square punching shear reduced reinforced concrete beam reinforcement area reinforcement ratio reinforcement required required reinforcement retaining wall satisfactory service loads shear capacity shear reinforcement shear strength shown in Figure slab Solution spacing span speciﬁed in ACI spiral reinforcement splice square foot square inch strength of 4000 strength reduction factor stress block Structural tensile tensile stress tension reinforcement torsion vertical width yield strength