LIMIT STATE DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE
This substantially revised second edition takes into account the provisions of the revised Indian Code of practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete IS 456 : 2000. It also provides additional data on detailing of steel to make the book more useful to practicing engineers. The chapter on Limit State of Durability for Environment has been completely revised and the new provisions of the code such as those for design for shear in reinforced concrete, rules for shearing main steel in slabs, lateral steel in columns, and stirrups in beams have been explained in detail in the new edition. This comprehensive and systematically organized book is intended for undergraduate students of Civil Engineering, covering the first course on Reinforced Concrete Design and as a reference for the practicing engineers. Besides covering IS 456 : 2000, the book also deals with the British and US Codes. Advanced topics of IS 456 : 2000 have been discussed in the companion volume Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design (also published by Prentice-Hall of India). The two books together cover all the topics in IS 456 : 2000 and many other topics which are so important in modern methods of design of reinforced concrete.
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analysis anchorage area of steel Assume fck bending capacity cement cent centre Chart Check Clause coefficients compression members compression steel cont corbel cracking dead load deflection Determine development length diameter eccentricity edge effective depth effective length elastic equation EXAMPLE factored load failure Fe 415 steel flange footing formula grade horizontal Indian Standards kN/m less limit state design limit state method live load longitudinal steel main steel maximum minimum steel moments neutral axis obtained partial safety factor percentage of steel pile cap procedure R.C. walls rectangular beam reinforced concrete resistance shear reinforcement shear steel shear strength shear stress short column shown in Fig simply supported singly reinforced slenderness spacing span specified steel area steel required Step Calculations Output stirrups strain stress-strain curve structures tension steel Text thickness torsion two-way slabs ultimate unbraced vertical