Concrete and reinforced concrete are used as building materials in every country. In many, including the united states and Canada, reinforced concrete is a dominant structural material in engineered construction. The universal nature of reinforced concrete construction stems from the wide availability of reinforcing bars and the constituents of concrete, gravel, sand, and cement, the relatively simple skills required in concrete construction, and the economy of reinforced concrete compared to other forms of construction. Concrete and reinforced concrete are used in bridges, buildings of all sorts, underground structures, water tanks ,television towers, offshore oil exploration and production structures dams, and even in ships.
Title of the Book
Reinforced Concrete Mechanics and Design
Author of Book
James G. Macgregor
University Professor Emeritus
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Alberta
Contents of the Book
Introduction Design Process Material Flexure; basic concepts, Rectangular Beams T beams and beams with compression reinforcement and special cases Shear in beams Torsion Development, anchorage and splicing of reinforcement Serviceability Continuous beams and one way slabs Columns : combined axial load and bending Slender Columns Two ways slabs Equivalent Frame Method Two way slabs : Elastic yield line, and strip method analysis Footing Shear Friction, Horizontal Shear Transfer, And Composite Concrete Beams Discontinuity Regions, Corbles, Deep beams, And Joints Design for Earth Quake Resistance
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