Reinforced Concrete Design: Chu-Kia Wang, Charles G. Salmon, José A. Pincheira: 9780471262862
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The building is composed of a reinforced concrete structure with a steel dome and steel arches. Reinforced Concrete Design. Several commercially available programs were used to perform the calculations described in this chapter. Steel Deck Institute. ASDIP Concrete is a suite of modules specifically dedicated to the design of concrete members such as beams, columns and walls, based on the latest ACI specifications. Jan 1, FREE Shipping.
Written for students and practicing engineers, the book explains the basic concepts you need to understand and properly apply the ACI Code rules and formulas. Detailed numerical examples illustrate the general approach to design and analysis. New Features Load and Strength Reduction Factors : Example problems in all chapters are completely revised using the load and strength reduction factors that now appear in the main body of the code. His fields of interest include structural engineering, structural analysis and design, and computerized matrix method of analysis. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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Structural optimization. This paper presents a computer-based method for the optimal design of three-dimensional reinforced concrete RC skeletal structures having members subjected to biaxial moments, biaxial shears and axial loads. The width, depth and area of longitudinal reinforcement of member sections are taken as the design variables. The optimality criteria OC method is applied to minimize the cost of the concrete, steel and formwork for the structure. The primary focus of the paper concerns fundamental issues related to the formulation of design performance constraints on combined axial load, biaxial moments and biaxial shears. An example problem is solved with and without account for biaxial shear constraints to illustrate their influence on the design. Unable to display preview.