CIV2226 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
Masonry Design Practice 2
(Due end of session, Thursday, Week 11, 2014)
Problem Outline
A new masonry structure will be built on Clayton Campus. Part of the new building is shown below: a single

CIV2226 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
Masonry Design Practice 3
(Due end of day, Thursday, Week 12, 2014)
QUESTION 1 (50)
A reinforced hollow concrete block masonry (fuc = 30 MPa; 1800 kg/m3) single leaf wall, built with
12 mm thick

CIV2226 Week 12
Masonry
REVIEW
Australian Standard
AS3700 2011 Masonry Structures
Fan Vault
Bath Abbey,
Bath, UK
Know
that masonry has a long history
that masonry has been largely superseded by concrete
infrastructure
how modern uses advantageously uti

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Practice Set 2_1 (Week 4)
Estimated time to complete: 2 hours
Question 1
Using the method provided in Clause 8.5.3 of AS3600 Concrete Structures Standard,
calculate the total deflection at mid-span of band beam mention

CIV2226 Week 9
Design of Unreinforced Walls
Robustness
Walls in Compression
Resources
Lecture Notes, Ch. 7,
Suggested: Page, A. W. (2002). Unreinforced
masonry structures An Australian overview, Clay
Brick and Paver Institute
Design for Robustness
Robus

Previously on this topic
Load path and load calculations
Beam design (serviceability and strength)
One way spanning slab design
(serviceability and strength )
CIV2226
Design of Concrete & Masonry
Structures
Dr. Barry Y. Bai
Lecture #9 (week 6)
27.08.20

Warm up question (Week 5)
A 4 m simply supported reinforced concrete beam is subjected to a concentrated load P at mid-span.
The dead load consists of a uniformly distributed load of 5 kN/m plus the self weight of the beam. The
cross section of the beam i

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CIV2226 Practice Set 1_1 (Week 3) QUESTIONS
15.08.2013
The layout of a reinforced concrete building is shown in Section 1.9 (page 20- 26) of the textbook
(also the RC design lecture1.1)
The loads are as described in th

CIV2226 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
Masonry Design Practice 1
Question 1:
Sketch the following. Please label your sketch with the relevant details that distinguish each different
masonry element type.
(a) Various masonry units ill

MONASH UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CIV 2226
Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures
MASONRY STRUCTURES
2012
Table of Contents
Page
1
A BRIEF HISTORY . 6
2
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES . 14
3
STRUCTURAL FORMS AND TERMINOLOGY . 15
3.1
3.2
3

MONASH UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CIV 2226
Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures
MASONRY STRUCTURES
2010
Table of Contents
Page
1
A BRIEF HISTORY . 6
2
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES . 14
3
STRUCTURAL FORMS AND TERMINOLOGY . 15
3.1
3.2
3

Cl 7.3.4.3 (a) for a wall with lateral support along one or both vertical edges.
IF k <0.2, then Fd<0.2Fo is satisfied, and therefore you use the two equations to determine the
smaller value for Sr.
(b) for a wall with openings where the wall between them

Practice Set 3_3 (Week 4)
The reinforced concrete beam shown in figure below is to carry a Uniformly Distributed Load which
produces the factored design moments M* at mid-span and at supports as indicated. The compressive
strength of concrete fc is 32 MPa

Practice Set 5 (Week 7)
A 500 360 mm tied column is symmetrically reinforced as shown in figure below Take fc = 25
MPa, fsy = 400 MPa.
1)
Establish an approximate section capacity diagram for axial compression and bending
about the strong axis. The diagra

CIV2226
17 & 19 August 2015
Properties of
Fresh
Concrete
CIV2226
Week 4 Properties of Fresh Concrete
I didnt realise it was
fresh concrete
Before Setting and Hardening .
Beginning of mechanical
strength
Fluid
Transition
(setting)
Initial
set
Rigid
Final
s

Practice Set 4 (Week 6)
Design the shear reinforcements using Y12 stirrups
Cover = 40 mm
Clear spacing between bars = 28 mm
Stirrup diameter = 12 mm
fsy.f =400 MPa
(V* is taken from the location which has a distance d from the support interior face, refer

Monash University
Semester Two Examination Period
2009
Faculty of Engineering
EXAM CODES:
CIV2226
TITLE OF PAPER:
DESIGN OF CONCRETE & MASONRY STRUCTURES
EXAM DURATION:
3 hours writing time
READING TIME:
10 minutes
THIS PAPER IS FOR STUDENTS STUDYING AT:(

Monash University
Semester Two Examination Period
2010
Faculty of Engineering
EXAM CODES:
CIV2226
TITLE OF PAPER:
DESIGN OF CONCRETE & MASONRY STRUCTURES
EXAM DURATION:
3 hours writing time
READING TIME:
10 minutes
THIS PAPER IS FOR STUDENTS STUDYING AT:(

PART A CONCRETE MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY (40 Marks)
Answers should be relevant to the question.
Marks will be reduced for correct answers which also contain unnecessary and
irrelevant details.
Negative marks will apply for statements which demonstrate ignoran

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m
av H
Srs
kt t
Fd kF0
Example
Standard clay brick wall (fuc = 20 MPa), 3000 mm high, 3000
mm wide, 110 mm thick
10 mm thick M2 mortar, full bedding, no raking
No engaged piers
Axial load applied at an eccentricity of 15 mm at top and bottom
of

Engineering
CIV2226
Design of Concrete & Masonry
Structures
Dr. Ye Lu
Lecture #6 (week 5)
Previously on this topic
Design for RC-beams
Serviceability design
Flexural strength design
Shear design
Design Scenarios
Check safe enough if we know design force/m

CIV2226 Week 11
Design of Unreinforced Walls
- Flexure
- Shear
Lateral Load Failures
Resources
Walls in Flexure
Lecture Notes, Ch. 9.3 Design for Members in
Bending (Moodle)
AS3700 Masonry Structures Code, Section 7.4
AS 1170.1
One way bending is defined

Some confusion about the proper k values to use may come about because there were two cases
being looked at and the slides were interchanging between the two cases rather than solving one,
and then the other, and comparing.
The Example given on Slides 9 &

Engineering
CIV2226
Design
g of Concrete & Masonry
y
Structures
Dr. Ye Lu
Revision 1 (week 5)
Suggestions
Read lecture notes
Bring necessary materials to the practice class
All lectures will be recorded and accessed at MULO
Full lecture notes will be uplo

CIV2226 Week 7
Properties of Hardened
Concrete
Dr. Wengui
g Li
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 99055022
Office: 153/60
Properties of Hardened Concrete
Todays
Today
s Lecture:
Understand relevant hardened p
properties
p
of
concrete & why they are relev

CIV2226 Practice Classes Weeks 7 and 8
Week 7:
Week 8:
1.
Estimate the Capacity of 3 Reinforced Concrete Beams
Beams Loaded in Laboratory until Failure - Assess the Accuracy of your Estimates
Aim and Background
During Week 7 Practice Class, the aim is to

CIV2226 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
Masonry Design Practice 1 ANSWERS
Question 1:
Sketch the following. Please label your sketch with the relevant details that distinguish each different
masonry element type.
(a) Solid and cored b

CIV2226 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
Week 10 2015
Masonry Design Practice 1
Question 1:
Sketch the following. Please label your sketch with the relevant details that distinguish
each different masonry element type.
(a) Solid and co

Practice Set 5 Solution
A 500 360 mm tied column is symmetrically reinforced as shown in figure below Take fc = 25
MPa, fsy = 400 MPa.
1)
Establish an approximate section capacity diagram for axial compression and bending
about the strong axis. The diagra