Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design - An exclusive e-book for civil engineers
Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design is an exclusive civil engineering e-book written by Mete A. Sozen , Toshikatsu Ichinose and Santiago Pujol.
The book focuses on how to use reinforced concrete productively. The book depicts an apparent discrimination among elementary and professional consensus. This text demonstrates a combination of fundamentals together with practical procedures. It offers the basic concepts necessary for creating the design of reinforced concrete (RC) structures, highlighting the consciences on the basis of mechanics, experience, and experimentation, whereas inspiring practitioners to discuss their local building codes.
The book illustrates design choices that stumbles upon corresponding to the boundaries set by professional consensus (building codes), and offers reference material drafting the design criteria provided in building codes. It comprises of the applications for both building and bridge structural design, and it can be used all through the world, since it is not reliant on any specific codes.
- Includes brief coverage that can be instructed in one semester
- Underlines the basic principles of behavior
- Assists the students in understanding the principles upon which codes are created
- Assists in browsing the complications of ever-changing codes
- Cultivates an deep-rooted understanding of design
The text also offers a concise history of reinforced concrete. The reinforced concrete in building construction is mostly recognized due to its fire resistance capacity, its growth in popularity was also because of the creativity of engineers who kept expanding its limits of application. Along with height achievement, reinforced concrete attained momentum by providing convenience, plasticity, and low-cost economic appeal.
Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design offers the undergraduate students to be familiar with the basics of mechanics and direct examination along with the concepts necessary to design reinforced concrete (RC) structures, and be applicable to both building and bridge structural design.
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