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Résumé

Table des matières

Preface

Chapter 1 Materials
1.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
1.2 Concrete
1.3 Steel Reinforcement
1.4 Examples
1.5 Problems

Chapter 2 Basic Concepts for Design
2.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
2.2 Basic Requirements
2.3 Safety Considerations
2.4 ULS Verifications According to CSA A23.3-04
2.5 Tolerances

Chapter 3 Behaviour of Beams and One-Way Slabs in Flexure
3.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
3.2 Assumptions for Limit States Design of Reinforced Concrete
3.3 Behaviour under Bending
3.4 Serviceability Limit States
3.5 Examples

Chapter 4 Design and Verification of Beams and One-Way Slabs in Flexure
4.1 Notation Used in This Chapter
4.2 Minimum Requirements and Construction Considerations
4.3 Rectangular Sections with Tension Reinforcement
4.4 Rectangular Sections with Tension and Compression Reinforcement
4.5 T-Beams
4.6 One-Way Slabs
4.7 Problems

Chapter 5 Shear Design
5.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
5.2 Behaviour of Beams under Shear
5.3 Regulatory and Practical Considerations
5.4 Methods for Shear Resistance
5.5 Simplified Method
5.6 General Method
5.7 Special Cases
5.8 Strut-and-Tie Method
5.9 Interface Shear-Friction Approach

Chapter 6 Torsion
6.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
6.2 Torsion Types
6.3 Torsional Shear Stresses
6.4 Torsional Resistance Mechanisms
6.5 Derivation of Equations
6.6 Regulatory and Practical Considerations
6.7 Design and Verification of Members in Torsion
6.8 Examples

Chapter 7 Bond Development and Splice Reinforcement
7.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
7.2 Bond Stresses
7.3 Pullout Resistance Mechanisms and Failure Modes
7.4 Development Length of Straight Reinforcing Bars
7.5 Standard Hooks in Tension
7.6 Bar Cutoffs and Development Length in Flexure
7.7 Splice Reinforcement
7.8 Examples
7.9 Problems

Chapter 8 Approximate Frame Analysis Method for Continuous RC Beams and One-Way Slabs
8.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
8.2 Justification for Using the Approximate Frame Analysis Method
8.3 Description of the Approximate Frame Analysis Method
8.4 Approximate Bending Moments and Shear Forces at Characteristic Points
8.5 Moment Envelope Diagram and Bar Cutoffs
8.6 Step-by-Step Design Procedure Using the Approximate Frame Analysis Method
8.7 Examples
8.8 Problems

Chapter 9 Two-Way Slabs on Stiff Beams or Walls on Four Sides
9.1 Notation Used in This Chapter
9.2 Analysis of Two-Way Slabs
9.3 Initial Calculations
9.4 Procedure for Computation of Moments
9.5 Transfer of Loads to Supporting Beams or Walls
9.6 Shear Force in the Slab
9.7 Other Requirements and Practical Considerations
9.8 Design and Verification of Slabs
9.9 Examples
9.10 Problems

Chapter 10 Two-Way Slabs – Direct-Design Method
10.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
10.2 Basis for the Method
10.3 Step-by-Step Analysis and Calculation Procedure
10.4 Step-by-Step Design Procedure
10.5 Examples

Chapter 11 Compression Members – Braced Columns
11.1 Notation used in this Chapter
11.2 Overview and Definitions
11.3 Column Slenderness
11.4 Designing a Short Column
11.5 Slender Braced Columns
11.6 Introduction to Unbraced Columns
11.7 Minimum Regulatory Requirements and Construction Considerations
11.8 Examples
11.9 Problems

Chapter 12 Foundations
12.1 Notations Used in This Chapter
12.2 Overview, Geotechnical Considerations, and Definitions
12.3 Concentrically Loaded Isolated Footings
12.4 Eccentrically Loaded Isolated Footings
12.5 Continuous Footings
12.6 Examples
12.6 Problems

References

Caractéristiques

Editeur : Presses de l'Université du Québec

Auteur(s) : Omar Chaallal, Mohamed Lachemi

Publication : 1 janvier 2010

Edition : 1ère édition

Intérieur : Noir & blanc

Support(s) : Contenu téléchargeable [PDF]

Contenu(s) : PDF

Protection(s) : DRM ACS4 (PDF)

Taille(s) : 1,1 ko (PDF)

Langue(s) : Français

EAN13 Contenu téléchargeable [PDF] : 9782760525443

EAN13 (papier) : 9782760525436

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