Design of Reinforced
Concrete Slab
Comparison of one-way and two-way
slabs behaviour
One-way slabs carry
load in one-direction
Two-way slabs carry
load in two-directions
Comparison of one-way and two-way
slabs behaviour
One-way and two-way
actions in a on

Design of Concrete Beam and
Slab for Deflection
(Serviceability Limit)
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Deflection limits
Deflection of beams
4
k 2 wL
EI eff
3
k 2 PL
or
EI eff
2
or
k 2M L
EI eff
Deflection of beams
Deflection of beams
S

Design of Reinforced
Concrete Slab
Comparison of one-way and two-way
slabs behaviour
One-way slabs carry
load in one-direction
Two-way slabs carry
load in two-directions
Comparison of one-way and two-way
slabs behaviour
One-way and two-way
actions in a on

Design of Reinforced Concrete
Columns
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Design for Combined Actions N* and M*
(moment is transferred from the connecting beams)
M*
N*
e
e
N*
Two steps in the solution :
1. Find neutral axis position Ku
based

Design of Beam (advanced)
Design of Beam (advanced)
Elisa Lumantarna
Design of Beam (advanced)
Design of Steel Beams
with reference to Australian Standard AS4100/Steel Design Handbook HB48
A
Design of Beam (advanced)
Concrete slab
Shear stud
Compression (

Stability of Columns in Steel Frames
Stability of Columns in Steel
Frames
Elisa Lumantarna
Stability of Columns in Steel Frames
Universal Columns & Welded Columns
B~D
B~D
D = 100
mm 310
mm
5 mm
25 mm
typically
Universal Columns (UC)
Rolled out in one pie

Todays presentation:
Derivation of the ultimate moment equation
Singly reinforced beam Example
One-way slab design
Doubly reinforced beam example (use of excel application)
Example 2.1
2 fc
=
c
cu
C
g kud
k ud
d
j d
u
A st
s
sy
Cross
section
Strain
fy

Concept of Torsion, Warping and Asymmetrical Bending
Concept of Torsion, Warping and
Asymmetrical Bending
Elisa Lumantarna
Concept of Torsion, Warping and Asymmetrical Bending
Lecture Content
Concept of shear stress and shear centre
Concept of uniform tor

CONCRETE THEORY &
DESIGN
Standards:
AS3600 -2009 Australian Standard for Concrete Structures
(Other relevant standards are given in Appendix B, AS3600)
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
CONCRETE PROPERTIES
Reinforced Concrete
Concrete
Stee

Design of Connections 2 of 2
Design of Connections 2 of 2
Elisa Lumantarna
Design of Connections 2 of 2
Lecture Content
Introduction and Assumptions
Analysis of Bolt Groups
In-Plane Rotation
Out-of-Plane Rotation
Analysis of Weld Groups
In-Plane Rotation

Flexural Design Example
Massoud Sofi, massoud@unimelb.edu.au
Example 2.1
Derive expression of ultimate moment capacity Mu based on parameters shown in
the diagram below.
2 fc
=
c
cu
C
g kud
k ud
d
j d
u
A st
s
sy
Cross
section
Strain
fy
Stress
fy
Equi

Structural Analysis 9 Stiffness Method part I
Stiffness Method Solutions to
Indeterminate Beams and Frames I
Structural Analysis 9 Stiffness Method part I
Content
Moment-rotational relationship of a single-span beam
Solution for two-span beams
Solution

Structural Analysis 10 Stiffness Method part II
Stiffness Method Solutions to
Indeterminate Beams and Frames II
Structural Analysis 10 Stiffness Method part II
Content
Fixed-end moments of a single-span beam
Two-span beams subject to point loads
Three-

Structural Theory and Design 2 (CVEN90049)
Bond and Anchorage
Massoud Sofi
Bond and Anchorage
BOND STRESS
Development length
The geometry of a deformed rebar and the mechanical
interaction between the rebar and the surrounding concrete
Bond Mechanisms for

Design of Concrete Beam and
Slab for Deflection
(Serviceability Limit)
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Deflection limits
Deflection of beams
4
k 2 wL
EI eff
3
k 2 PL
or
EI eff
2
or
k 2M L
EI eff
Deflection of beams
Deflection of beams
S

Design of Reinforced Concrete
Columns
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Design for Combined Actions N* and M*
(moment is transferred from the connecting beams)
M*
N*
e
e
N*
Two steps in the solution :
1. Find neutral axis position Ku
based

Detailing of Reinforcements in
Structural Concrete
References used for this topic:
- AS3600, Concrete Structures, Standards Australia.
- Recommended practice reinforcement detailing handbook for reinforced
and prestressed concrete, Concrete Institute of A

Design of Concrete Beam and
Slab for Shear
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Shear Design according to AS3600
Possible types of failure of concrete
beams
Mechanism of Shear Resistance
Concrete beam without shear reinforcement
Mechanism of

Design of Connections 2 of 2
Design of Connections 2 of 2
Elisa Lumantarna
Design of Connections 2 of 2
Lecture Content
Introduction and Assumptions
Analysis of Bolt Groups
In-Plane Rotation
Out-of-Plane Rotation
Analysis of Weld Groups
In-Plane Rotation

Design of Beam (advanced)
Design of Beam (advanced)
Elisa Lumantarna
Design of Beam (advanced)
Design of Steel Beams
with reference to Australian Standard AS4100/Steel Design Handbook HB48
A
Design of Beam (advanced)
Concrete slab
Shear stud
Compression (

Stability of Columns in Steel Frames
Stability of Columns in Steel
Frames
Elisa Lumantarna
Stability of Columns in Steel Frames
Design Compression Strength of Steel
Columns
f Nc = f ac Kf An fy
Section 6.1 pg 41
HB48
Strength reduction factor of 0.9
as pe

Design of Connections 1 of 2
Design of Connections 1 of 2
Elisa Lumantarna
Design of Connections 1 of 2
Lecture Content
Design for member in tension
Type of connections
Design for bolted connections
Design for welded connections
Design of Connections 1 of

Design of Concrete Beam and
Slab for Shear
Slides initially prepared by: Prof. Priyan Mendis
Shear Design according to AS3600
Possible types of failure of concrete
beams
Mechanism of Shear Resistance
Concrete beam without shear reinforcement
Mechanism of