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Department of Civil Engineering Course Title: Reinforced Concrete - II (CE-402) Pre-requisite(s): Reinforced Concrete - I Credit Hours: 3 + 1 Contact Hours: 3 + 3 Text Book(s): 1. Design of Concrete Structures. by Nilson A. H., David D., Charles W. D, 2003, McGraw-Hill 2. Building Code of Pakistan, 2007. 3. ACI Manual 4. ACI Detailing Manual (2004) Reference Book(s): 1. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, by Hassoun, M. N.,PWS Engineering. 2. Reinforced Concrete Design, by Wang C. K., Charles G. S.,Harper and Row. Catalog Data: Analysis and Design of Miscellaneous Structural Elements; Analysis and Design of Complex Structural Elements; Introduction to earthquake resistant design of structures; Pre-stressing Principles and Design Philosophy. Course Objectives: o To enable students to design miscellaneous and complex structural elements manually. o To give basic understanding of earthquake-resistant design and evaluation/assessment and retrofitting of concrete structures and pre-stressed concrete. Course Learning Outcomes: At the end of this course, the student will: CLO:1 Gain the ability to design miscellaneous and complex structural elements. CLO:2 Know the basic concepts of earthquake-resistant design of concrete structures. CLO:3 Know the basic concepts of pre-stressed concrete.
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Course Contents: 1. Analysis and Design of Miscellaneous Structural Elements Analysis and design of stairs Analysis and design of gravity retaining wall Analysis and design of cantilever retaining wall Analysis and design of culverts Introduction to analysis and design of bride 2. Analysis and Design of Complex Structural Elements Analysis and design of flat plate slab Analysis and design of flat slab Analysis and design of slender columns Analysis and design of shear walls Analysis and design of eccentric footing 3. Introduction to Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures Base shear Seismic Zones Soil types Response modification factor Importance factor Time Period Seismic Weight Seismic service and factored load combinations Seismic detailing for structural members 4. Pre-stressing Principles and Design Philosophy Principles of pre-stressing Properties and Importance of high strength concrete and steel used in pre- stressing Behavioral aspects of pre-stressed beams and comparison with reinforced concrete beams Post tensioning and pre-tensioning techniques Profiles of post-tensioned tendons, bonded and non-bonded tendons Pre-stress losses, immediate and time-dependent losses, lump sum and detailed estimation of pre-stress loss Analysis and design of pre-stressed beams Grading Policy: Sr. No. Grading % of Total Marks 1 Assignments 10 2 Quizzes 10 3 Practical 20 4 Midterm Exam 20 5 Final Exam 40 Total 100
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Student Learning Outcomes: Students who pass the course will be able to design miscellaneous and complex structural elements manually. Furthermore, they will have basic understanding of earthquake-resistant design of concrete structures and pre-stressed concrete.
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