KTU-s5-s8-draftsyllabus-CIVILENGG-Final(1).pdf - SEMESTER V Course Code Course Name L-T-P-Credits Year of Introduction CE301 DESIGN OF CONCRETE

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SEMESTER V Course Code Course Name L-T-P-Credits Year of Introduction CE301 DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES I 3-1-0-4 2015 Pre-requisites: BE100 Engineering Mechanics, CE201 Mechanics of Solids, CE202 Structural Analysis I Course objectives:To provide the students with the knowledge of the behavior of reinforced concrete structural elements in flexure, shear, compression and torsion, and to enable them to design essential elements such as beams, columns, slabs staircases and footings under various loads. Syllabus: Introduction- Limit State method of design- Analysis of singly reinforced rectangular beams- shear strength of RC beam-design of shear reinforcement-bond and development length- curtailment of reinforcement-design of singly reinforced beams-analysis and design of doubly reinforced beams simply supported , cantilever and lintel- analysis of singly reinforced and doubly reinforced T-beams -design for torsionL-beams-design of one-way slab- cantilever slab- continuous slab (detailing only)- two way slabs- design using code coefficients- Limit State of Serviceability-deflection-cracking -Stair cases- design & detailing-Columns-effective length-design of axially loaded short columns with rectangular ties and helical reinforcement. Course Outcomes: 1.Apply the fundamental concepts of limit state method 2.Use IS code of practice for the design of concrete elements 3.Understand the structural behavior of reinforced concrete elements in bending, shear, compression and torsion. 4.Design beams, slab, stairs, columns and draw the reinforcement details. 5.Analyze and design for deflection and crack control of reinforced concrete members.Text Books / References:1.Pillai S.U & Menon D Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co . 2.Punmia, B. C,Jain A.K and, Jain A.K ,RCC Designs, Laxmi Publications Ltd. 3.Varghese P.C Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd, 4.Relevant IS codes ( I.S 456, I.S 875, SP 34 )
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COURSE PLANModuleContentsHoursSem.Exam Marks %I Introduction- Plain and Reinforced concrete- Properties of concrete and reinforcing steel-Objectives of design-Different design philosophies- Working Stress and Limit State methods-Limit State method of design-Introduction to BIS code- Types of limit states-characteristic and design values-partial safety factors-types of loads and their factors. Limit State of Collapse in Bending-assumptions-stress-strain relationship of steel and concrete- analysis of singly reinforced rectangular beams-balanced-under reinforced-over reinforced sections-moment of resistance codal provisions 7 15 II Limit state of collapse in shear and bond- shear stresses in beams-types of reinforcement-shear strength of RC beam-IS code recommendations for shear design-design of shear reinforcement-examples Bond and development length - anchorage for reinforcement bars - code recommendations regarding curtailment of reinforcement 7 15 FIRST INTERNAL EXAMINATIONIII Design of Singly Reinforced Beams- basic rules for design- design example of simply supported beam-
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