The extensive use of reinforced concrete for a variety of structural members has necessitated a proper understanding of the design in structural concrete members by the structural engineers. The wide spread use of reinforced concrete is the natural outcome of the rapid development in the theory and design procedures with the introduction of the philosophy of limit state design.

Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design by Krishna Raju


The book presents the design of variety of reinforced concrete structures like continuous beams, portal frames, silos, bunkers, chimneys, shells overhead water tanks, virendeel griders, trusses, deep beams, box culverts, folded plates, hyperbolic cooling towers, curved girders, poles, pipes and bridge deck systems. The design of these advanced reinforced concrete structures conform to the revised Indian standard code

This book is extensively illustrated with working drawings showing the reinforcement details. The example for practice provided at the end of each chapter is intended to help the students preparing for university examinations.

Title of the Book

Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design

Author of the book

Krishna Raju

Contents of the Book


1. Continuous Beams
2. Bunkers and Silos
3. Chimneys
4. Curved Beams
5. Towers
6. Elevated Water Tanks
7. Box-Culverts
8. Portal Frames
9. Multistory Building Frames
10. Shells
11. Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shells
12. Hyperbolic Cooling Towers
13. Folded Plates
14. Grid or Coffered Floors
15. Virendeel Griders
16. Trusses
17. Poles
18. Depp Beams
19. Pipes
20. Bridge Deck System

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Motivated by a professional need to update changes in the reinforced masonry design philosophy that have occurred as a result of incorporation of strength design philosophy in the 2008 building code requirements for masonry structures reported by the masonry standards joint committee (referred to in this book as MSJC-08 code) and corresponding requirements of the 2009 International Building Code 2009 IBC and to update changes brought out by the ASCE / SEI 7-05 Standard, Minimum

Design of Reinforced masonry Structure PDF


Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (referred to in this book as ASCE 7-05 Standard). While the fundamental principles of designing reinforced masonry structures discussed in the first edition (2001) of this book remain valid, revisions in codes, specifications, and reference standards applicable to design and construction of masonry structures that have since occurred required updating that book in the form of this second edition.


Title of the Book

Design of Reinforced Masonry Structures

Author of the Book

Narendra Taly

Second Edition

Contents of the Book

Introduction
Masonry Units: Applications, types, sizes and classification
Materials of Masonry Structures
Design of Reinforced Masonry Structures
Columns
Walls under gravity and Transverse Loads
Shear Walls
Retaining and Subterranean Walls
Construction Aspects
Anchorage to Masonry

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Through innovative ideas and professional skills, engineers can make the world a better place, in particular, fluid mechanics plays a very important role in the design, development and analysis of systems from micro scale applications to giant hydroelectric power generation. For this reason, the study of fluid mechanics is essential to the background of an engineer. The approach in this text is to emphasize both professional practice and technical knowledge.



The text is organized to support the acquisition of deep and connected knowledge. Each chapter begins by information students what they should be learning and why this learning is relevant.

Topics are linked to previous topics so that students can see how knowledge is building and connecting. Seminal equations, defined as those that are commonly used, are carefully derived and explained. 


Title of the Book

Engineering Fluid Mechanics

Authors of the Book


Clayton T. Crowe
Donald F. Elger
Barbara C. Williams
John A. Roberson

Contents of the book


Chapter 1- Introduction
Chapter 2 – Fluid Properties
Chapter 3 – Fluid Statics
Chapter 4 – Flowing Fluids and Pressure Variation
Chapter 5 – Control Volume Approach and Continuity Equation
Chapter 6 – Momentum Equation
Chapter 7 – The Energy Equation
Chapter 8 – Dimensional Analysis and Similitude
Chapter 9 – Surface Resistance
Chapter 10 – Flow in Conduits
Chapter 11 – Drag and Lift
Chapter 12 – Compressible Flow
Chapter 13 – Flow Measurement
Chapter 14 – Turbomachinery
Chapter 15 – Flow in open Channels


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‘melkwegbridge’ by amsterdam-based firm NEXT architects is a continuation of melkweg, which is part of the kanaalsprong master plan and connects the weidevenne district to the historical city centre of purmerend, in the netherlands. to conform to the angle of inclination requirements with regards to bicycle and wheelchair traffic, a length of over 100 meters was needed. to solve this challenge the paths were separated into two, one for pedestrians and the other for cycling. citizens cross the canal by a high arch which reaches a total height of over 12 meters creating a connection between the old and new districts making the bridge  more than just the fastest possible crossing, it becomes an end and an attraction.


  





because pedestrian and bicycle traffic are separated, the footbridge can continue the direct line of the melkweg in the direction of the centre. 
the cycling bridge coils over the water to create sufficient length to limit the angle of inclination of the path. 
the section opens up and is divided diagonally consisting of two revolving overpass decks.

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