Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete
Analysis and Design with Emphasis on Application of AS3600-2009
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- Yew-Chaye Loo, Griffith University, Queensland
- Sanaul Huq Chowdhury, Griffith University, Queensland
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Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete is the most comprehensive, up-to-the-minute text for students and instructors in civil and structural engineering, and for practising engineers requiring a full grasp of the latest Australian Concrete Structures Standard, AS3600-2009. Topics are presented in detail, covering the theoretical and practical aspects of analysis and design, with an emphasis on the application of AS3600-2009. The first major national code to embrace the use of high-strength concrete of up to 100 MPa, the latest Standard also includes major technological upgrades, new analysis and design formulas, and new and more elaborate processes. This text addresses all such advances, and features chapters on bending, shear, torsion, bond, deflection and cracking, beams, slabs, columns, walls, footings, pile caps and retaining walls, as well as prestressed beams and end blocks plus an exposition on strut-and-tie modelling.Read more
- Addresses Australian Concrete Structures Standard AS3600-2009
- Over 100 tutorial questions and worked examples
- Separate website with updates and full solutions to tutorial questions in-text
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- Date Published: November 2010
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511903892
- contains: 284 b/w illus. 71 exercises
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
Part I. Reinforced Concrete:
2. Design properties of materials
3. Ultimate strength analysis and design for bending
4. Deflection of beams and crack control
5. Ultimate strength design for shear
6. Ultimate strength design for torsion
7. Bond and stress development
11. Footings, pile caps and retaining walls
Part II. Prestressed Concrete:
13. Critical stress state analysis of beams
14. Critical stress state design of beams
15. Ultimate strength analysis of beams
16. End blocks for prestressing anchorages
References: Appendix A. Elastic neutral axis
Appendix B. Critical shear perimeter
Appendix C. Development of an integrated package for design of reinforced concrete flat plates on a personal computer
Appendix D. Strut-and-tie modelling of concrete structures
Appendix E. Australian standard precast prestressed concrete bridge girder sections
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