Examples of the Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings to Bs8110

The latest edition of this well-known book makes available to structural design engineers a wealth of practical advice on effective design of concrete structures. It covers the complete range of concrete elements and includes numerous data sheets, charts and examples to help the designer. It is fully updated in line with the relevant British Standards and Codes of Practice.

Author:
Charles E. Reynolds C. E. Reynolds

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The latest edition of this well-known book makes available to structural design engineers a wealth of practical advice on effective design of concrete structures. It covers the complete range of concrete elements and includes numerous data sheets, charts and examples to help the designer. It is fully updated in line with the relevant British Standards and Codes of Practice.

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This edition has been updated in accordance with the current code of practice for the structural use of concrete, BS 8110. It describes in detail the application of the code and other relevant standards and guidance documents to the design of multi-storey buildings such as offices and flats.;The book is written as a companion to the "Reinforced Concrete Designer's Handbook", but deals with particular topics in greater detail. Principal features of the book are the 62 full-page data sheets and the fully worked design examples.;The data sheets enable structural engineers to design reinforced concrete buildings that conform with current British Standards, Codes and Building Regulations, rapidly and efficiently. In the first part of the book, an examination of the effects of various forces on structural members is followed by individual chapters dealing with the design of different types of members such as foundations, walls columns and slabs.;Part 2 consists of detailed design drawings and calculations for a fairly typical six-storey building. The structure is designed to provide residential and office accommodation above shops, showrooms and a garage, so the individual requirements relating to most types of occupancy are discussed in some detail. The fully worked calculation sheets illustrate the way in which the information given on the Data Sheets may be used to prepare typical calculations to submit to a checking authority for approval. The accompanying 16 page General Arrangement and working drawings give representative examples of normal design office practice and the reinforced concrete details conform to the recommendations of the Institution of Structural Engineers/Concrete Society Standard Method of Detailing Structural Concrete.;This book should be useful for designers and others involved in the design and construction of reinforced concrete buildings. It should also be useful for students of civil and structural engineering and their teachers.;This book should be of interest to civil and structural engineers in design offices of consultants, contractors, public utilities and government authorities.

Product details

Author:
Charles E. Reynolds, C. E. Reynolds
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Spons Architecture Price Book
Edition:
Revised edition (4)
ISBN:
9780419170006
Pages:
320
Width (mm):
213
Length (mm):
296
Table of Contents:
  • Part Introduction to limit
  • state theory
  • limit
  • state design
  • characteristic loads and strengths
  • Part Loads
  • imposed loads on slabs and beams, garage floors, roofs, others
  • wind forces on buildings
  • dead loads
  • design loads
  • Part Bending moments on structural members
  • continuous beams and slabs
  • equal spans
  • theoretical analysis
  • equal spans and uniform moments of inertia
  • analysis of continuous systems
  • precise moment distribution
  • design procedure
  • continuous beams as frame members
  • simplified sub
  • frame
  • applications
  • Part Material strengths and design stresses
  • specification of concrete
  • design strengths in reinforcement
  • Part Members subjected to bending only (ultimate limit
  • state)
  • rectangular sections reinforced in tension only
  • rectangular sections with tension and compression reinforcement
  • sections of other shapes
  • choice of "x" and method of analysis
  • Part Shearing and torsional forces
  • shearing force
  • shearing stress
  • reinforcement to resist shearing
  • concentrated loads on beams
  • shearing forces on slabs
  • concentrated loads on slabs
  • torsion
  • torsional stresses and reinforcement
  • Part Bond and anchorage
  • bearing inside bends
  • Part Serviceability limit
  • states
  • deflection
  • cracking
  • design charts
  • Part Beam
  • and
  • slab construction
  • one
  • way slabs
  • continuous slabs
  • flanges of beams
  • freely
  • supported slabs
  • cantilevered slabs
  • concentrated loads on slabs
  • continuous secondary beams
  • fascia beams
  • main beams
  • freely
  • supported beams
  • Part Beam
  • and
  • slab construction
  • two
  • way slabs
  • freely
  • supported slabs
  • slabs restrained along edges
  • reinforcement at corners
  • loads on supporting beams
  • concentrated loads
  • Part Flat slabs
  • simplified method
  • rigorous analytical method
  • Part Other designs of floor
  • garage floor
  • solid slab
  • hollow
  • tile slab
  • precast slabs
  • Part Columns subjected to axial loads only
  • effective height
  • reinforcement in columns
  • short columns
  • examples
  • application to interior columns
  • Part Columns subjected to bending
  • bending moments on columns
  • exterior columns
  • interior columns
  • stiffnesses of columns and beams
  • analysis of rectangular sections
  • unsymmetrical reinforcement
  • circular sections
  • sections of other shapes
  • bending about two axes
  • slender columns
  • application to exterior columns
  • effects of wind
  • columns supporting flat slabs
  • Part Walls
  • types of walls
  • loadbearing walls
  • design of plain and reinforced concrete walls
  • panel walls
  • basement retaining walls
  • Part Stairs
  • Part Foundations
  • independent bases
  • combined bases
  • strip footing
  • raft
  • piles
  • Part Structural stability
  • horizontal ties
  • peripheral ties
  • internal ties
  • column/wall ties
  • tie reinforcement
  • Part Fire resistance
  • Appendices
  • Design of a building
  • drawings and calculations
  • metric
  • imperial conversion factors

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