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REINFORCED CONCRETE VOL. II

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By Dr. H. J. Shah

7th Edition 2014 (Paperback)
ISBN : 9788192869223
536 + 16 = 552 Pages
Size : 17 cm × 23.5 cm × 2.2 cm
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This volume II elucidates the basic principles involved in the analysis and design of Advanced
Reinforced Concrete Structures.
The entire subject mattear is divided in Twenty Two chapters. These chapters are arranged
in four groups.
The first group of chapter one to chapter eight contains the advanced topics in the design of
beams, slabs and foundation. The name of the chapters are circular slabs; Ribbed and Waffle
slabs; Flat Slab; Domes; Deep Beams and Corbels; beams Curved in Plan; Grid or coffered
floors; Circular Raft Foundations.
The second group of chapter nine to chapter sixteen discusses analysis and design of multistoreyed buildings with an example of an Unbraced building following the latest IS codes on
earth quake and ductile detailing. Shear walls are also introduced. It contains chapter viz.,
multi-storeyed buildings: Fundamentals; Analysis and design for Gravity Loads: an overview
; Lateral Loads, Wind loads, Earthquake loads; Analysis of Lateral loads; Ductility considerations; Unbraced building design examples; Walls in buildings.
In the third group of chapter seventeen to chapter twenty one, the topics on water tanks
are introduced and designed an accordance with IS: 3370-2009. The Chapters are: Water
Tanks: fundamentals; Circular tanks; Rectangular Tanks; Elevated Water tanks; Intze Tanks
are given.
The fourth group is chapter twenty two which contains chapter on Element of Prestressed
Concrete.
The salient features of the book are:
* Simple, lucid and easy language;
* Professional approach to designs;
* Step-by-step treatment;
* Comprehensive presentation;
* Exposition to practical problems;
* Excellent detailing.
This book now contains:
* 303 Self explanatory and neat diagrams
* 63 Fully solved designs/problem
* 162 Examples and Questions for practice
* 156 Useful tables
* 64 Short questions with answers.
It is hoped that the book should be extremely useful to the Civil Engineering and Architecture
students preparing for Degree Examinations of all Indian Universities, Diploma Examinations
conducted by various Boards of Technical Education, Certificate Courses, as well as for the
A.M.I.E., U.P.S.C., G.A.T.E. and other similar competitive and professional Examinations. It
should also prove of great interest and practical use to the practicing engineers.

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1 : CIRCULAR SLABS
2 : RIBBED SLABS AND WAFFLE SLABS
3 : FLAT SLABS
4 : DOMES
5 : DEEP BEAMS AND CORBELS
6 : BEAMS CURVED IN PLAN
7 : GRID OR COFFERED FLOORS
8 : CIRCULAR RAFT FOUNDATIONS
9 : MULTI-STOREYED BUILDINGS: FUNDAMENTALS
10 : ANALYSIS AND DESIGN FOR GRAVITY LOADS: AN
OVERVIEW
11 : LATERAL LOADS
12 : ANALYSIS FOR LATERAL LOADS
13 : DUCTILITY CONSIDERATIONS
14 : UNBRACED BUILDING DESIGN EXAMPLE – I
15 : UNBRACED BUILDING DESIGN EXAMPLE – II
16 : WALLS IN BUILDINGS
17 : WATER TANKS: FUNDAMENTALS
18 : CIRCULAR TANKS
19 : RECTANGULAR TANKS
20 : ELEVATED WATER TANKS
21 : INTZE TANK
22 : ELEMENTS OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE
APPENDIX A : SHORT QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS
APPENDIX B : USEFUL TABLES
INDEX

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Chapter 1 CIRCULAR SLABS

1-1. Introductory
1-2. Analysis
EXAMPLES I

Chapter 2 RIBBED SLABS AND WAFFLE SLABS
RIBBED SLABS

2-1. Introductory
2-2. Proportioning the dimensions
2-3. Analysis and design procedure
WAFFLE SLABS
2-4. Two-way spanning ribbed slabs: Waffle slabs
EXAMPLES II

Chapter 3 FLAT SLABS

3-1. Introductory
3-2. Column and middle strips
3-3. Proportioning of flat slab elements
3-4. Design methods for flat slabs
DIRECT DESIGN METHOD (D.D.M.)
3-5. Total design moment
3-6. Distribution of moments in slabs
3-7. Effect of pattern loading
3-8. Transfer of floor loads into columns
3-9. Design for shear
3-10. Provision of reinforcement
3-11. Moments in columns
EXAMPLES III

Chapter 4 DOMES

4-1. Introductory
4-2. Stresses in domes
4-3. Formulae for forces in spherical domes
4-4. Design of a spherical dome
4-5. Working stress method of design
4-6. Formulae for forces in conical domes
EXAMPLES IV

Chapter 5 DEEP BEAMS AND CORBELS

5-1. Introduction
DEEP BEAMS
5-2. Definitions
5-3. Design and details of reinforcements
CORBELS
5-4. Corbels
5-5. Shear friction
5-6. Corbel dimensions
5-7. Design of a corbel
EXAMPLES

Chapter 6 BEAMS CURVED IN PLAN

6-1. Introductory
6-2. Circular beam
6-3. Circular arc fixed at ends
6-4. Design of beams curved in plan
EXAMPLES VI

Chapter 7 GRID OR COFFERED FLOORS

7-1. Introduction
7-2. Analysis of grid floors
7-3. Plate theory
EXAMPLES VII

Chapter 8 CIRCULAR RAFT FOUNDATIONS

8-1. Introduction
ANNULAR RAFT
8-2. Soil design of an annular raft
8-3. Formulae for annular raft

8-4. Design for flexure and shear
SOLID RAFT
8-5. Solid raft
EXAMPLES VIII

Chapter 9 MULTI-STOREYED BUILDINGS: FUNDAMENTALS

9-1. Contributing factors to multi-storeyed buildings
9-2. Nomenclatures
9-3. Loads on multi-storeyed buildings
9-4. Load combinations
9-5. Role of the floor diaphragm
9-6. Shear walls
9-7. Unbraced, braced and dual structures
9-8. Structural systems
9-9. Low rise, medium rise and tall buildings
9-10. Structural layout
9-11. Analysis, design and detailing (ADD)
9-12. Distinguishing factors to design of tall buildings
EXAMPLE IX

Chapter 10 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN FOR GRAVITY LOADS:
AN OVERVIEW

10-1. Introduction
10-2. Calculation of gravity loads
10-3. Area method
10-4. Beam reaction method
10-5. Live load reduction
10-6. Column load calculations
10-7. Gravity load analysis
10-8. Important analysis parameters
10-9. Design of floor
10-10. Analysis and design of columns
10-11. Tie beams and ground beams
10-12. Footings
10-13. Computer methods
10-14. Conclusion
EXAMPLE X

Chapter 11 LATERAL LOADS

11-1. Introductory
11-2. Centre of mass and centre of rigidity
WIND LOADS
11-3. Wind loads
11-4. Wind pressure on buildings
11-5. Wind loads on buildings
EARTHQUAKE LOADS
11-6. The earthquake
11-7. Interior of the earth
11-8. Tectonic plates
11-9. Causes and occurrence of an earthquake
11-10. Terminology
11-11. Measurement of ground motion
11-12. Magnitude of earthquake
11-13. Intensity of earthquake (Damage Potential)
11-14. Ground accelerations
11-15. Behaviour of buildings during earthquakes
11-16. Important parameters
11-17. General seismic analysis and design principles
11-18. Seismic weight
11-19. Methods of analysis for earthquake forces
11-20. Fundamental natural period
11-21. Design spectrum
11-22. Response reduction factor (R)
11-23. Soil types

11-24. Importance factor
11-25. Determination of lateral seismic forces using static analysis
QUESTIONS XI
EXAMPLE XI

Chapter 12 ANALYSIS FOR LATERAL LOADS

12-1. Introduction
12-2. Accidental eccentricity
12-3. Design eccentricity
12-4. Distribution of lateral forces to vertical lateral load resisting
elements
12-5. First order lateral displacements: Storey drift
12-6. Displacements due to rotation of columns and girders
12-7. Lateral stiffness of the storey
12-8. Displacement due to cantilever action of the space frame
12-9. P-Delta effect: Stability index
12-10. Analysis of building for lateral loads
12-11. Analysis of a frame subjected to wind or earthquake loads
12-12. The portal method
12-13. The cantilever method
12-14. Closure
QUESTIONS XII
EXAMPLE XII

Chapter 13 DUCTILITY CONSIDERATIONS

13-1. Introductory
13-2. Capacity design concept
13-3. Strong beam-weak column verses strong column weak beam
design
13-4. Material requirements
13-5. Flexural members
13-6. Columns and frame members subjected to bending and axial
loads
13-7. Design of transverse reinforcements for ductile column
QUESTIONS XIII
EXAMPLE XIII

Chapter 14 UNBRACED BUILDING DESIGN EXAMPLE – I

14-1. Requirements of the example
14-2. Global and local axes
EXAMPLE XIV

Chapter 15 UNBRACED BUILDING DESIGN EXAMPLE – II

15-1. Design of the building
15-2. Design of typical floor
15-3. Design data for columns
15-4. Design of columns
15-5. Design of ground beams
15-6. Design of footings
15-7. Closure
EXAMPLE XV

Chapter 16 WALLS IN BUILDINGS

16-1. Introductory
REINFORCED CONCRETE WALLS
16-2. Classification of walls
16-3. Effective height of walls
16-4. Minimum thickness of the wall
DESIGN OF ORDINARY SHEAR WALLS
16-5. Reinforcements in wall

16-6. Calculation of axial loads and eccentricity
16-7. Design axial strength of a braced wall
16.8. Walls subjected to in-plane axial loads and moments
EXERCISE XVI

Chapter 17 WATER TANKS: FUNDAMENTALS

17-1. Introductory
17-2. Special considerations
17-3. Special requirements
17-4. Control joints
17-5. Fundamentals of R.C.C. design of elements: Working stress
method
17-6. Minimum reinforcement
17-7. Members subjected to axial tension only
17-8. Members subjected to B.M. only
17-9. Members subjected to combined axial tension and bending
moment
EXAMPLES XVII

Chapter 18 CIRCULAR TANKS

18-1. Introductory
18-2. Circular tanks with flexible joint at the base
18-3. Analysis of circular tanks
DESIGN OF AN UNDERGROUND STORAGE RESERVOIR
(USR)
18-4. Introductory
18-5. Cover slab or dome
18-6. Side walls
18-7. Side wall footing
18-8. Base slab
EXAMPLES XVIII

Chapter 19 RECTANGULAR TANKS

19-1. Behaviour and design
EXAMPLES XIX

Chapter 20 ELEVATED WATER TANKS

20-1. Introductory
20-2. Design of elevated tanks
EXAMPLES XX

Chapter 21 INTZE TANK

21-1. Introduction
21-2. Analysis and design
EXAMPLE XXI

Chapter 22 ELEMENTS OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE

22-1. Introduction
22-2. Methods of prestressing
22-3. Advantages and disadvantages of prestressed concrete
22-4. Materials used for prestressed concrete
22-5. Prestressing applied to rectangular beams: Stress calculations
22-6. Sloping tendon
22-7. Losses in prestress
22-8. Closure
QUESTIONS XXII
EXAMPLES XXII

Appendix A SHORT QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS
Appendix B USEFUL TABLES
Index

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