This text primarily analyses different methods of design of concrete structures as per IS 456: 2000 (Plain and Reinforced ConcreteaIndian Standard Code of Practice, 4th revision, Bureau of Indian Standards). It gives greater emphasis on the limit state method so as to illustrate the acceptable limits for the safety and serviceability requirements of structures. Besides dealing with yield line analysis for slabs, the book explains the working stress method and its use for designing reinforced concrete tension members, theory of redistribution of moments, and earthquake resistant design of structures. This well-structured book develops an effective understanding of the theory through numerous solved problems, presenting step-by-step calculations. The use of SP-16 (Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS: 456a1978) has also been explained in solving the problems. KEY FEATURES : Instructional Objectives at the beginning of the chapter highlight important concepts. Summary at the end of the chapter to help student revise key points. Sixty-nine solved illustrative examples presenting step-by-step calculations. Chapter-end exercises to test studentas understanding of the concepts. Forty Tests to enable students to gauge their preparedness for actual exams. This comprehensive text is suitable for undergraduate students of civil engineering and architecture. It can also be useful to professional engineers.14.19 YIELD LINES OF FAN PATTERN Triangular or circular slabs subjected to uniformly distributed loads or point loads ... is Pd9l2n. Negative yield line Positive yield lines / Segment^ ODE, (OD = r) (b) Free body diagram of segment 1 Fig.
|Title||:||DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES|
|Author||:||J. N. BANDYOPADHYAY|
|Publisher||:||PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. - 2008-07-07|