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Design of Construction (Concrete) Structures, Civil Engineering Course Material from IIT Kharagpur, INDIA

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Module 1 Objectives and Methods of Analysis and Design, and Properties of Concrete and Steel

Lesson 1 Objectives and Methods of Analysis and Design [ Objectives of the Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures ~ Method of Design ~ Analysis of Structures ~ Design Loads ~ Loads and Forces ]

Lesson 2 Properties of Concrete and Steel [ Properties of Concrete ~ Workability and Durability of Concrete ~ Properties of Steel ~ Other Important Factors ~ Concluding Remarks ]

Module 2 Philosophies of Design by Limit State Method

Lesson 3 Philosophies of Design by Limit State Method [ Limit State Method ~ Analysis ~ Concluding Remarks ]

Module 3 Limit State of Collapse - Flexure (Theories and Examples)

Lesson 4 Computation of Parameters of Governing Equations [ Singly Reinforce Rectangular Beams ~ Equations of Equilibrium ~ Computations of C and T ]

Lesson 5 Determination of Neutral Axis Depth and Computation of Moment of Resistance [ Computation of the Depth of Neutral Axis xu ~ Limiting Value of xu (= xu, max) ~ Values of dx,umax and pt, lim ~ Computation of Mu ~ Computation of Limiting Moment of Resistance Factor ]

Lesson 6 Numerical Problems on Singly Reinforced Rectangular Beams [ Types of Problems ~ Design Type of Problem ~ Design Problem 3.1 ~ Solution by Direct Computation Method ~ Use of Design Aids ~ Solution by using Design Aids Charts (SP-16) ~ Solution by using Design Aids Tables (SP-16) ~ Comparison of Results of Three Methods ~ Other Alternatives using Charts and Tables of SP-16 ]

Lesson 7 Numerical Problems on Singly Reinforced Rectangular Beams (Continued) [ Solution by Direct Computation Method - Problem 3.2 ~ Solution by Direct Computation Method - Problem 3.3 ~ Solution by Design Chart - Problems 3.2 and 3.3 ~ Solution by Design Tables - Problems 3.2 and 3.3 ~ Comparison of Results of Three Methods ]

Module 4 Doubly Reinforced Beams - Theory and Problems

Lesson 8 Doubly Reinforced Beams - Theory [ Assumptions ~ Basic Principle ~ Determination of fsc and fcc ~ Minimum and maximum steel ~ Types of problems and steps of solution ]

Lesson 9 Doubly Reinforced Beams - Theory [ Numerical problems ]

Module 5 Flanged Beams - Theory and Numerical Problems

Lesson 10 Flanged Beams - Theory [ Effective Width ~ Four Different Cases ~ Governing Equations ]

Lesson 11 Flanged Beams - Numerical Problems [ Analysis Type of Problems ~ Numerical Problems (Analysis Type) ~ Summary of Results of Examples 1-4 ~ Use of SP-16 for the Analysis Type of Problems ]

Lesson 12 Flanged Beams - Numerical Problems (Continued) [ Design Type of Problems ~ Numerical Problems ]

Module 6 Shear, Bond, Anchorage, Development Length and Torsion

Lesson 13 Limit State of Collapse in Shear [ Failure Modes due to Shear ~ Shear Stress ~ Design Shear Strength of Reinforced Concrete ~ Critical Section for Shear ~ Enhanced Shear Strength of Sections Close to Supports (cl. 40.5 of IS 456) ~ Minimum Shear Reinforcement (cls. 40.3, 26.5.1.5 and 26.5.1.6 of IS 456) ~ Design of Shear Reinforcement (cl. 40.4 of IS 456) ~ Shear Reinforcement for Sections Close to Supports ~ Curtailment of Tension Reinforcement in Flexural Members (cl. 26.2.3.2 of IS 456) ~ Placement of Stirrups ]

Lesson 14 Limit State of Collapse in Shear - Numerical Problems [ Numerical Problems ]

Lesson 15 Bond, Anchorage, Development Length and Splicing [ Design Bond Stress Ãâ€žbd ~ Development Length ~ Checking of Development Lengths of Bars in Tension ~ Derivation of the Limiting Ld (Eq. 6.13) ~ Anchoring Reinforcing Bars ~ Bearing Stresses at Bends (cl. 26.2.2.5 of IS 456) ~ Change in Direction of Reinforcement (cl. 26.2.2.6 of IS 456) ~ Reinforcement Splicing (cl. 26.2.5 of IS 456) ~ Numerical Problems ]

Lesson 16 Torsion in Beams - Limit State of Collapse [ Torsion in Reinforced Concrete Members ~ Analysis for Torsional Moment in a Member ~ Approach of Design for Combined Bending, Shear and Torsion as per IS 456 ~ Critical Section (cl. 41.2 of IS 456) ~ Reinforcement in Members subjected to Torsion ~ Requirements of Reinforcement ]

Module 7 Limit State of Serviceability

Lesson 17 Limit State of Serviceability [ Short- and Long-term Deflections ~ Control of Deflection ~ Selection of Preliminary Dimensions ~ Calculation of Short-Term Deflection ~ Deflection due to Shrinkage ~ Deflection Due to Creep ]

Module 8 Reinforced Concrete Slabs

Lesson 18 One-way Slabs [ One-way and Two-way Slabs ~ Design Shear Strength of Concrete in Slabs ~ Structural Analysis ~ Design Considerations ~ Design of One-way Slabs ~ Detailing of Reinforcement ]

Lesson 19 Two-way Slabs [ Two-way Slabs ~ Design Shear Strength of Concrete ~ Structural Analysis ~ Design Considerations ~ Design of Two-way Slabs ~ Detailing of Reinforcement ~ Numerical Problems ]

Module 9 Staircases

Lesson 20 Types and Design of Staircases [ Types of Staircases ~ A Typical Flight ~ General Guidelines ~ Structural Systems ~ Effective Span of Stairs ~ Distribution of Loadings on Stairs ~ Structural Analysis ~ Illustrative Examples ]

Module 10 Compression Members

Lesson 21 Definitions, Classifications, Guidelines and Assumptions [ Definitions ~ Classification of Columns Based on Types of Reinforcement ~ Classification of Columns Based on Loadings ~ Classification of Columns Based on Slenderness Ratios ~ Braced and unbraced columns ~ Longitudinal Reinforcement ~ Transverse Reinforcement ~ Pitch and Diameter of Lateral Ties ~ Helical Reinforcement ~ Assumptions in the Design of Compression Members by Limit State of Collapse ~ Minimum Eccentricity ]

Lesson 22 Short Axially Loaded Compression Members [ Further Assumptions Regarding the Strengths of Concrete and Steel ~ Governing Equation for Short Axially Loaded Tied Columns ~ Governing Equation of Short Axially Loaded Columns with Helical Ties ~ Illustrative Examples ]

Lesson 23 Short Compression Members under Axial Load with Uniaxial Bending [ Behaviour of Short Columns under Axial Load and Uniaxial Moment ~ Modes of Failure of Columns ~ Compressive Stress Block of Concrete when the Neutral Axis Lies Outside the Section ~ Determination of Compressive Stress Anywhere in the Section when the Neutral Axis Lies outside the Section ~ Compressive Stress Block of Concrete when the Neutral Axis is within the Section ~ Determination of Compressive Stress Anywhere in the Compressive Zone when the Neutral Axis is within the Section ~ Tensile and Compressive Stresses of Longitudinal Steel ]

Lesson 24 Preparation of Design Charts [ Design Parameters ~ Non-dimensional Equation of Equilibrium when k = , (Pure Axial Load) ~ Non-dimensional Equations of Equilibrium when Neutral Axis is Outside the Section (Ã¢Ë†Å¾ > kD Ã¢â€°Â¥ D) ~ Non-dimensional Equations of Equilibrium when the Neutral Axis is within the Section (kD < D) ~ Non-dimensional Equation of Equilibrium when the Column Behaves as a Steel Beam ~ Preparation of Design Charts ~ Illustrative Example ]

Lesson 25 Design of Short Columns under Axial Load with Uniaxial Bending [ Design Charts of SP-16 ~ Approximations and Limitations of Design Charts of SP-16 ~ Use of Design Charts in the Analysis Type of Problems ]

Lesson 26 Short Compression Members under Axial Load with Biaxial Bending [ Biaxial Bending ~ Interaction Surface ~ Limitation of Interaction Surface ~ IS Code Method for Design of Columns under Axial Load and Biaxial Bending ~ Solution of Problems using IS Code Method ]

Lesson 27 Slender Columns [ Concentrically Loaded Columns ~ Slender Columns under Axial Load and Uniaxial Moment ~ Effective Length of Columns ~ Determination of Sway or No Sway Column ~ Design of Slender Columns ~ Additional Moment Method ~ Illustrative Example ]

Module 11 Foundations - Theory and Design

Lesson 28 Foundations - Theory [ Types of Foundation Structures ~ Safe Bearing Capacity of Soil ~ Depth of Foundation ~ Design Considerations ~ Distribution of Base Pressure ]

Lesson 29 Design of Foundations [ Numerical Problems ~ Practice Questions and Problems with Answers ]

Module 12 Yield Line Analysis for Slabs

Lesson 30 Basic Principles, Theory and One-way Slabs [ Yield Line Theory ~ Assumptions ~ Rules for Yield Lines ~ Upper and Lower Bound Theorems ~ Methods of Analysis ~ Analysis of One-Way Slab ]

Lesson 31 Nodal Forces and Two-way Slabs [ Work Done by Yield Line Moments ~ Special Conditions at Edges and Corners ~ Two-way Slabs of Yield Pattern ]

Lesson 32 Two-way Rectangular, Square, Triangular and Circular Slabs [ Rectangular Slabs Simply Supported at Three Edges and Free at the Other Edge Considering Yield Pattern 1 ~ Rectangular Slabs Simply Supported at Three Edges and Free at the Other Edge Considering Yield Pattern 2 ~ Special Cases for Predicting Yield Patterns ~ Square Slabs with Forking Yield Pattern ~ Yield Lines of Fan Pattern ]

Lesson 33 Numerical Examples

Module 13 Working Stress Method

Lesson 34 Rectangular Beams under Flexure [ Permissible Stresses in Concrete ~ Permissible Stresses in Steel Reinforcement ~ Permissible Shear Stress in Concrete Ãâ€žc ~ Increase in Permissible Stresses ~ Assumptions for Design of Members by Working Stress Method ~ Modular Ratio m ~ Flexural Members - Singly Reinforced Sections ~ Balanced Section - Singly-Reinforced ~ Under-reinforced Section -- Singly Reinforced ~ Doubly-Reinforced Beams ]

Lesson 35 Numerical Problems [ Numerical Problems ]

Module 14 Tension Members

Lesson 36 Structural Requirements, Code Stipulations and Governing Equations [ Resistance to Cracking and Strength ~ IS Code Stipulations ~ Types of Tension Structures ~ Members Subjected to Axial Tension only ~ Members Subjected to Pure Flexure ~ Members Subjected to Combined Axial Tension and Moment. ]

Lesson 37 Numerical Problems

Module 15 Redistribution of Moments

Lesson 38 Redistribution of Moments - Theory and Numerical Problems [ Two Span Beam ~ Recommendations of IS 456 ~ Explanations of the Conditions Stipulated in IS Code ]

Module 16 Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures

Lesson 39 Seismic Effects, Material Behaviour and General Principles of Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures [ Direct and Indirect Seismic Effects ~ Behaviour of Concrete and Steel with High Intensity Repeated Axial Cyclic Loads. ~ Terminology for Earthquake Engineering ~ Bureau of Indian Standards for Earthquake Design ~ General Principles of Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures ~ Design Lateral Forces ~ Static Elastic Design ~ Dynamic Analysis ~ Objectives of Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures ~ Ductility and Ductile Detailing of Reinforcement ~ Practice Questions and Problems with Answers ]

Lesson 40 Ductile Design and Detailing of Earthquake Resistant Structures [ Displacement Ductility ~ Curvature Ductility ~ Rotational Ductility ~ Advantages of Ductility ~ Expressions of Ductility of Reinforced Concrete Rectangular Beams ~ Factors Influencing Ductility ~ Design for Ductility ~ Design for Shear in Flexural Members ~ Column and Frame Members Subjected to Bending and Axial Load ~ Special Confining Reinforcement ]

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