CE 432 Reinforced Concrete I

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CE

432

Reinforced Concrete

I


Catalog
Data

CE 432: Reinforced Concrete I

(3


0 : 3)

Flexural Analysis

and Design of beams; singly reinforced rectangular
beams, doubly reinforced
rectangular beams, T
-
beams. Shear and diagonal tension, bond, anchorage and development
length, analysis and design of edge supported slabs, design of compression members.


Reference

Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concr
ete, ACI 318
M
-
0
5
, ACI, 200
5
.

Handout Notes.

Other

Reference
s

1
-

Jack C. McCormac,
Design of Reinforced Concrete
, Harper & Row Publishers, New York.

2
-

P. M. Ferguson,

Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals
, John Wiley & Sons, New York

3
-

C.K.Wang, C.G. Salmon,
Reinforce
d Concrete Design
, Harper & Row Publishers, New York.

4
-

Winter and Nelson,
Design of Concrete Structures
, McGraw
-
Hill Book Co., New York.

Coordinator

Professor Musa Resheidat


Goals

This course

as the foundation for the structural capstone for reinforced c
oncrete design

is intended
to introduce the civil engineering students
the fundamental knowledge of the structural design
methodology as it applies to Reinforced Concrete Structures
with emphasis on ultimate strength
design method for singly and doubly rei
nforced rectangular and T beams, shear; bond,
one
-
way
solid and ribbed
slabs,
short
columns,
stairs and footings.
The Working Stress Design Method will
be addressed.

It is also intended to
encourage students to become familiar with the Internet,
homework a
ssignments and other announcements will be sent to the student via E
-
mail.


Specific measurable course objectives are:

1.

General understanding of the mechanism of flexure analysis of reinforced concrete beam
and ACI code requirements plus the reasons for the

requirements.

2.

Understanding ductile and brittle nodes of failure for beams under bending.

3.

Understanding of the design of reinforced concrete beams for singly reinforced members,
doubly reinforced members and "Tee" beams.

4.

The ability to design concrete b
eams for shear (diagonal tension)

5.

The ability to design short columns and to develop moment/load interaction diagrams and
use them.

6.

The ability to design isolated, wall and combined footings.

7.

An understanding of and the ability to compute development len
gth of reinforcing steel.

8.

An understanding of the need for and the ability to compute
crack control

in reinforced
concrete beams

9.

The ability to design one
-
way solid and ribbed slabs and stairs.

10.

The ability to know the reinforcement layout and detailing.



Learning
Outcomes:

After successfully completing this course, the
students should be able to:

1
-

understand reinforced concrete and its structural properties.

2
-

analyze and

design
various shaped
-
sections of prismatic flexural members
.

3
-

analyze and design
sh
ort columns sections
under concentric or eccentric loads.

4
-

design for shear reinforcement.

5
-

design
of one
-
way s
o
lid and ribbed slabs.

6
-

design of stairs.

7
-

understand the concepts of working stress analysis and design.

8
-

design of footings.

9
-

determine the developme
nt and splicing of reinforcement.

10
-

a
pply the concepts of crack control
and know how to detail reinforcements.


Pre
-
Requisites
by Topic:

1.

Properties of concrete and steel

2.

s
tresses and strains relation
s

3.

Equilibrium, shear and moment diagrams



Course Delivery

Lectures

Introduction to course outlines, objectives and grading

Introduction to reinforced concrete
-
materials

Basic concepts of Ultimate Strength Design Method

Behavior of ductile and brittle modes of failure of R C sections under bending

Analysis of R

C sections under bending

Design of R C sections under bending

Reinforcement layout and detailing

Introduction Shear Behavior of R C sections

Design for Shear Reinforcement

Introduction to development length of reinforcement

Calculations of development len
gth

Design for crack control

Introductions to R C columns

Analysis and design of R C Short Columns under axial loads

Analysis and design of R C Short Columns under axial loads and bending

Column Interaction Curves

Introduction to R C Footings

Design of R C

Isolated and Wall Footings

Design of Combined Footings

General considerations for design of footings

Types of Stairs; Structural System of Stairs

Design of R C Stairs

Design of one
-
way solid and ribbed slabs

Overview of Working Stress Design Method

Design

of R C sections under bending

Computer application

Field Trips

Midterm Examinations

Final Examination

1

2

1

3

3

3

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

2

2

2


Computer Usage

and skills

WSD Program and other computer
skills


Assessment and Grading

100%

Assignments, Contribution and. Reports

20%

2 Exams @ 20% each

40%

Final Exam

40%


Estimated Content

Engineering Science

1 Credit

Engineering Design


2 Credi
t

Prepared by

Professor Musa Resheida
t


Date:

January 2007