CHAPTER 1-INTRODUCTION - REINFORCED CONCRETE: MECHANICS AND...

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Unformatted text preview: REINFORCED CONCRETE: MECHANICS AND DESIGN CHAPTER 1 - I NTRODUCTI ON CHAPTER 1 - I NTRODUCTI ON Figure 1.3 Plane and reinforced concrete beams CHAPTER 1 I NTRODUCTI ON (1.2 Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete) Figure 1.4 Prestressed Concrete Beam CHAPTER 1 - I NTRODUCTI ON Figure 1.5 Reinforced concrete building elements CHAPTER 1 I NTRODUCTI ON (1.3 Reinforced Concrete Members) Figure 1.6 Reinforced concrete building elements CHAPTER 1 I NTRODUCTI ON (1.3 Reinforced Concrete Members) CHAPTER 1 - I NTRODUCTI ON CHAPTER 1 I NTRODUCTI ON (1.4 Factors Affecting Choice Of Concrete For A Structure) CHAPTER 1 I NTRODUCTI ON (1.4 Factors Affecting Choice Of Concrete For A Structure) 3. Fire resistance: The structure in a building must withstand the effects of a fire and remain standing while the building is evacuated and the fire is extinguished. A concrete building inherently has a 1 to 3 hour fire rating without special fireproofing or other details....
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2009 for the course CE xxx taught by Professor Tuken during the Spring '09 term at Middle East Technical University.

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CHAPTER 1-INTRODUCTION - REINFORCED CONCRETE: MECHANICS AND...

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