Reinforced Concrete Design to BS 8110 Simply Explained

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CRC Press, Dec 24, 2002 - Architecture - 256 pages
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This highly successful book describes the background to the design principles, methods and procedures required in the design process for reinforced concrete structures. The easy to follow style makes it an ideal reference for students and professionals alike.
 

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This is the book that made me not to quit structural Engineering.It is truly simple.I love it

Contents

1 LIMIT STATE PRINCIPLES
1
2 ROBUSTNESS
18
3 ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES
25
4 COVER
47
5 STRENGTH OF SECTIONSULTIMATE LIMIT STATE
51
6 SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE OF DEFLECTION
66
7 SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE OF CRACKING
71
8 BOND AND ANCHORAGE
76
13 RIBBED SLABS SOLID OR HOLLOW BLOCKS OR VOIDS
153
14 FLAT SLAB CONSTRUCTION
162
15 STAIRCASES
183
16 BASES
194
17 TORSION
221
CALCULATION FOR DEFLECTION
243
CALCULATION FOR CRACK WIDTHS
256
RADII OF BENDS TO LIMIT BEARING STRESSES
262

9 SHEAR
91
10 CORBELS BEARINGS AND NIBS
103
11 COLUMNS
114
12 SOLID SLABS
141
TABLES OF SHEAR RESISTANCE FOR LINKS
267
INDEX
269
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