Handbook of Reinforced Concrete Design

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1996 - Engineering - 530 pages
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This handbook has been developed out of a need to arrive at optimal and cost-effective solutions in the process of designing reinforced concrete structures. It contains simple, yet very versatile design curves for beams, columns and slabs having different shapes, reinforcement detailing and structural elements
 

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Awesome book for learners...I am teaching in Architectural college...we need to know basic..This is the book even a student can refer and understand...Great..

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Contents

Design Concepts
1
Flexure
13
Shear
75
Columns
93
Reinforcement Detailing
404
Appendices
510
Index
529
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