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Manual for Advanced Design

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RC members design (beams subjected to bending and shear)
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  MAD-11 First Volume, First Edition MANUAL for ADVANCED DESIGN Flexure and Shear  Assist. Lecturer Eng. Dumitru MOLDOVAN  Eng. Horia CONSTANTINESCU    Manual for Advanced Design Foreword [2] [overall current page] It is the authors’ great pleasure to introduce their first handbook on reinforced concrete design according to SR EN 1992-1, Eurocode 2: Design of concrete structures (2004), as part of a more complex project on designing safe, fast casting and cost attractive members and structures. Above all, this book is for the use of civil engineering students, especially those at their first contact with structural concrete and its design. Nonetheless, this does not exclude other interested parties to read, comment, refer to the present work or address suggestions to the authors to better organise the information provided or improve specific points. Concrete is, in these authors’ opinion, one of the oldest and greatest inventions. Still, there are some aspects regarding this material that may be approached differently, in order to unlock its full potential, or, in a more general definition, to achieve sustainability. The first step towards that goal is to proper understand the limits of the material, plain and (especially) reinforced. By doing so, it is possible to design members and structures that are safe and cost attractive, avoiding waste of energy, materials and manpower. That being said, the authors invite the reader to address together the designing process. Simply, get MAD! Cluj-Napoca, 12th March 2011    Manual for Advanced Design Content List [3] [overall current page] Foreword Page [2] Content List Page [3] [Chapter One]   Theoretical background Page [6] [Part (One) A]   Introduction Page [6] [Part (One) B]   Milestone’s for designing in flexure Page [6] [Section (One-B) a]   Neutral axis Page [7] [Section (One-B) b]   Assumptions Page [7] [Section (One-B) c]   Stress block parameters Page [8] [Section (One-B) d]   Singly Reinforced Rectangular Section (SRRS) Page [11] [Section (One-B) e]   Doubly reinforced rectangular section (DRRS) Page [15] [Section (One-B) f]   Tee/flanged section (FS) Page [16] [Part (One) C]   Milestone’s for shear design Page [21] [Section (One-C) a]   Variable angle truss model Page [21] [Section (One-C) b]   Final Advice Page [25] [Chapter Two]   Steps to Design Page [26] [Part (Two) A]   Citations used Page [26] [Part (Two) B]   Introduction Page [26] [Part (Two) C]   Concrete cover Page [27] [Part (Two) D]   Sizing of the cross section Page [28] [Part (Two) E]   Singly reinforced rectangular sections (SRRS) Page [29] [Part (Two) F]   Doubly reinforced rectangular sections (DRRS) Page [31] [Part (Two) G]   Singly reinforced tee/flanged sections (SRFS) Page [33] [Part (Two) H]   Doubly reinforced tee/flanged sections (DRFS) Page [35] [Part (Two) I]   Shear design Page [36] [Chapter Three]   Worked Examples Page [46] [Part (Three) A]   Parameters independent of the cross section Page [47] [Section (Three-A) a]   Bar size Page [47] [Section (Three-A) b]   Concrete cover Page [47] [Section (Three-A) c]   Axis distance Page [48] [Section (Three-A) d]   Supports Page [48] [Section (Three-A) e]   Effective span Page [49] [Section (Three-A) f]   Partial load calculus (“A” set) Page [49] [Part (Three) B]   Singly reinforced rectangular section (SRRS) Page [50] [Section (Three-B) a]   Sizing of the cross section Page [50] [Section (Three-B) b]   Static analysis Page [52]    Manual for Advanced Design Content List [4] [overall current page] [Section (Three-B) c]   Area of reinforcement for flexure Page [52] [Section (Three-B) d]   Longitudinal reinforcement layout Page [52] [Section (Three-B) e]   Area of reinforcement for shear Page [56] [Section (Three-B) f]   Transverse reinforcement layout Page [58] [Section (Three-B) g]   Anchorage length Page [61] [Part (Three) C]   Doubly reinforced rectangular section Page [64] [Section (Three-C) a]   Area of reinforcement for flexure Page [64] [Section (Three-C) b]   Longitudinal reinforcement layout Page [65] [Section (Three-C) c]   Area of reinforcement for shear Page [69] [Section (Three-C) d]   Transverse reinforcement layout Page [71] [Section (Three-C) e]   Anchorage length Page [71] [Part (Three) D]   Tee singly reinforced section Page [72] [Section (Three-D) a]   Load calculus (“B” set) Page [72] [Section (Three-D) b]   Static analysis Page [73] [Section (Three-D) c]   Area of reinforcement for flexure Page [73] [Section (Three-D) d]   Longitudinal reinforcement layout Page [74] [Section (Three-D) e]   Area of reinforcement for shear Page [75] [Section (Three-D) f]   Transverse reinforcement layout Page [77] [Section (Three-D) g]   Anchorage length Page [80] [Section (Three-D) h]   Check shear between web and flange – theoretical background Page [82] [Section (Three-D) i]   Check shear between web and flange – calculus Page [84] [Chapter Four]   Fast track to design (FTD) Page [86] [Part (Four) A]   Introduction Page [86] [Part (Four) B]   Deflection control by calculus Page [86] [Part (Four) C]   Singly reinforced rectangular section (SRRS) Page [87] [Section (Four-C) a]   Sizing of the cross section Page [88] [Section (Four-C) b]   Static analysis Page [88] [Section (Four-C) c]   Area of reinforcement for flexure Page [89] [Section (Four-C) d]   Longitudinal reinforcement layout Page [89] [Part (Four) D]   Area of reinforcement for flexure – checked by exact calculus Page [89] [Section (Four-D) a]   Longitudinal reinforcement layout Page [90] [Part (Four) E]   Concluding remarks Page [90] Appendix Page [91] [Chapter One]   DURABILITY Page [91] [Part (One) A]   CEMENT Page [91]

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