CEE142Syllabus - organization and presentation. Homework...

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C&EE 142: REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN Professor : Teaching Assistant John W. Wallace Kutay Orakcal 5731C Boelter Hall 310-206-7124 3066A Eng. I wallacej@ucla.edu orakcal@ucla.edu http://www.seas.ucla.edu/~wallace/teaching.htm Course Information : Enrollment number: 147-569-200 Lecture 4 hours/week; Recitation 2 hours/week (4 units) Time/Room: Monday/Wednesday 12:00- 1:50PM BH 2444 Friday 10:00- 11:50PM BH 5440 Office Hours : Prof. Wallace: M/W 3:30 - 4:30pm 5731C Boelter Hall Kutay Orakcal: T/TH 3:30 - 5:00pm 3066A Engineering I (Teaching Assistant) Grading : Two Exams 50% Tentative Dates: Feb 6 (Wed), March 1 (Friday) Homework 25% Final 25% 05 - Tuesday, March 19, 11:30 am-2:30 pm Homework Policy : The homework problems must be done in a neat and orderly fashion on engineering paper using a pencil (no ink). Deductions may result for poor homework
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Unformatted text preview: organization and presentation. Homework results must be summarized and answers clearly indicated. Discussion, as appropriate, should also be provided. Only selected problems from each assignment will be graded and your grade for that assignment will be based on the problem(s) graded. Late homework will be accepted up to one class period after the due date; however, a 20% deduction will be applied. Assignments are due at the beginning of class. Exam Policy : The date and format for the exams will be set at least one week prior to the exam date. Prerequisites : C&EE135A - Structural Analysis Texts: MacGregor, J. G., Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics And Design, Third Edition, 1997. Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete: ACI 318-99, American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, MI....
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