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Unformatted text preview: Contents Preface v 1. REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Plain and Reinforced Concrete 4 1.2.1 Plain Concrete 4 1.2.2 Reinforced Concrete 5 1.3 Objectives of Structural Design 7 1.4 Reinforced Concrete Construction 8 1.5 Structural Systems 9 1.6 Reinforced Concrete Buildings 9 1.6.1 Floor Systems 11 1.6.2 Vertical Framing System 17 1.6.3 Lateral Load Resisting Systems 19 1.7 Structural Analysis and Design 21 1.8 Design Codes and Handbooks 22 1.8.1 Purpose of Codes 22 1.8.2 Basic Code for Design 22 1.8.3 Loading Standards 23 1.8.4 Design Handbooks 23 1.8.5 Other Related Codes 23 Review Questions 24 References 24 2. BASIC MATERIAL PROPERTIES 25 2.1 Introduction 25 2.1.1 Concrete Technology 25 VIII CONTENTS 2.2 Cement 26 2.2.1 Portland Cements 26 2.2.2 Other Cements 28 2.2.3 Tests on Cements 29 2.3 Aggregate 29 2.3.1 Aggregate Properties and Tests 30 2.3.2 Grading Requirements of Aggregate 31 2.4 Water 32 2.4.1 Water Content and Workability of Concrete 33 2.4.2 Water-Cement Ratio and Strength 34 2.4.3 Water for Curing 35 2.5 Admixtures 36 2.5.1 Types of Chemical Admixtures 37 2.5.2 Types of Mineral Admixtures 37 2.6 Grade of Concrete 38 2.6.1 Characteristic Strength 39 2.7 Concrete Mix Design 40 2.7.1 Nominal Mix Concrete 40 2.7.2 Design Mix Concrete 41 2.8 Behaviour of Concrete under Uniaxial Compression 42 2.8.1 Influence of Size of Test Specimen 43 2.8.2 Stress-Strain Curves 45 2.8.3 Modulus of Elasticity and Poisson’s Ratio 46 2.8.4 Influence of Duration of Loading on Stress-Strain Curve 49 2.8.5 Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete in Design Practice 50 2.9 Behaviour of Concrete under Tension 50 2.9.1 Modulus of Rupture 51 2.9.2 Splitting Tensile Strength 52 2.9.3 Stress-Strain Curve of Concrete in Tension 52 2.9.4 Shear Strength and Tensile Strength 53 2.10 Behaviour of Concrete under Combined Stresses 53 2.10.1 Biaxial State of Stress 53 2.10.2 Influence of Shear Stress 53 2.10.3 Behaviour under Triaxial Compression 55 2.11 Creep of Concrete 55 2.11.1 Time-Dependent Behaviour under Sustained Loading 55 2.11.2 Effects of Creep 56 2.11.3 Factors Influencing Creep 57 2.11.4 Creep Coefficient for Design 57 2.12 Shrinkage and Temperature Effects in Concrete 57 2.12.1 Shrinkage 57 2.12.2 Temperature Effects 59 2.13 Durability of Concrete 59 2.13.1 Environmental Exposure Conditions and Code Requirements 61 2.13.2 Permeability of Concrete 63 CONTENTS IX 2.13.3 Chemical Attack on Concrete 63 2.13.4 Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel 65 2.14 Reinforcing Steel 65 2.14.1 Types, Sizes and Grades 66 2.14.2 Stress-Strain Curves 67 2.15 List of Relevant Indian Standards 70 Review Questions 72 References 74 3. BASIC DESIGN CONCEPTS 77 3.1 Introduction 77 3.1.1 Design Considerations 77 3.1.2 Design Philosophies 78 3.2 Working Stress Method (WSM) 79 3.3 Ultimate Load Method (ULM) 80 3.4 Probabilistic Analysis and Design 80 3.4.1 Uncertainties in Design 80 3.4.2 Classical Reliability Models 82 3.4.3 Reliability Analysis and Design 84 3.4.4 Levels of Reliability Methods...
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