CE 531 Reinforced Concrete 2 (3 - 0:3)

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CE 531

Reinforced Concrete
2

(3
-

0:3)

Description
:

Review of design basis, ultimate strength versus unified design approaches, tension
-

and compression
-
controlled
members, strain limits. Serviceability analysis, deflection and cracking control, shrinkag
e and creep deflection. Analysis and design
for torsion. Slender columns. Analysis of building frames, simplifications, idealization. Two
-
way slabs, column
-
supported slabs,
direct design method, equivalent frame method. Design of stairs.

Pre
-
requisite:

C
E 432 Reinforced Concrete 1

Prerequisites by Topic
:
General Concrete Properties, Analysis and design of rectangular and flanged sections using single and
double reinforcement, Analysis and design of short columns under axial loads and bending moments, Anal
ysis and design of one
-
way
solid and ribbed slabs.


Post requisites
:
CE 591 Graduation Project I, CE 592 Graduation Project II, CE 731 Advanced Reinforced Concrete.


Student Assessment:

Assignments
and notes
(10%),

Project (5%), 2 Quizes

(5%),
2 Exams @ 2
0
% each (
4
0%),

Final Exam (40%)


Learning outcomes, delivery and assessment methods
-

Cross Reference Table:


Student Learning Outcome

Method of Delivery

Assessment Methods

Program
Objectives

ABET 2000
Criterion 3

1.

Analysis and design of continuous reinforce
d concrete
beams using ACI moment and shear coefficients
.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

1, 2, 3

a, b, e

2.

Design of slender columns subjected to axial load and
bending.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

2, 3, 4, 5, 6

a, b, c, d, e,

f, g, I,
j, k

3.

Design of reinforced concrete footings


Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

1, 2, 3

a, b, e

4.

Analysis and design of building frames.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

1, 2, 3

a, b, e

5.

Design
of
column
-
supported solid slab
s

using

direct design
method.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

2, 3, 4, 5, 6

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, I,
j, k

6.

Analysis and design for Torsion
,
Torsion Plus Shear
.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

1, 2, 3

a, b, e

7.

Serviceability requirem
ents, cracking control, short and long
term deflection analysis for simple and continuous beams.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams


2, 3

a, b, e

8.

Design of reinforced concrete stairs.

Examples and problems

Assignments and exams

1, 2, 3

a, b, e


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Catalog
Data

CE
531

Reinforced Concrete 2

(3


0


3)


3 credits

Review of design basis, ultimate strength versus unified design approaches, tension
-

and
compression
-
controlled members, strain limits. Serviceability analysis, deflection and cracking

control, shrinkage and creep deflection. Analysis and design for torsion.
S
lender columns.
Analysis of building frames, simplifications, idealization. Two
-
way slabs, column
-
supported
slabs, direct design method, equivalent frame method. Design of stairs.



Textbook


A.H. Nilson, Design of concrete structures (1
3
th

Ed.) McGraw
-
Hill Companies, Inc.

ISBN 0
-
07
-
115425
-
6
.


Reference


1.

Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete, ACI 318
M
-
02 and
Commentary
,
2002
.

2.

Nawy, E.G., “Reinforced Concrete
-

A Fund
amental Approach
"
,
5
th

Edition,
Prentice Hall.

3.

Wang
, Chu
-
Kia

and Salmon

C. G.,

“Reinforced Concrete Design”, 5
th

Edition,
Harper Collins.

4.

McCormac,

J. C.

“Design of Reinforced Concrete”, 4
th

Edition, Addison



Wesly.

5.

Ferguson, P. M., "Reinforced Concrete F
undamentals," John Wiley & Sons.


Coordinator


Prof. Mohamed Shiyab


Goals

1.

To establish a firm understanding of the behavior of reinforced concrete
structures.

2.

To develop proficiency in the methods used in current design practice.

3.

To achieve familiarity
with the codes and design specifications governing
practical design, particularly the provisions of ACI Building Code.

4.

To be able to design concrete structures safely, economically, and efficiently.

5.

To develop skills in preliminary and detailed design of c
ontinuous reinforced
concrete structures.

6.

To acquire a solid background in different design methods for slabs.


Learning
Outcomes


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


1.

Find

the internal forces and moment envelopes of
continuous
beams considering placement of loads using ACI moment
coefficients, classical and computer methods.

2.

Be c
apable of carrying out comprehensive design based on
ultimate strength method
.

3.

Carry out the complete design of flexural members subjected to

flexural moment, shear force, and torsion.

4.

Design columns subjected to axial load and bending, braced and
un
-
braced slender columns due to gravity and wind loads
.

5.

Design of different types of reinforced concrete footings.

6.

Analyze and
d
esign all types of c
oncrete slabs by the direct design
method.

7.

Design of reinforced concrete frames.

8.

Investigate

control of flexural cracks based on crack width, Z
-
factor and bar spacing applying the requirements of ACI code.


9.

Design all

types of reinforced concrete stairs.






3


Topics









Computer Usage

1.

Continuous beams (USD
)

2.

Design of columns

3.

Design of footings

4.

Analysis of building frames

5.

Design of slabs

6.

Design for torsion

7.

Serviceability analysis (cracking and deflection)

8.

Design of stairs

9.

Exams


STAAD, PROKON,

SAP,

S
elf Programming.


3
Lectures (
75

min. each)

4
Lectures

4 Lectures

4

Lectures

4

Lectures

4
Lectures

3

Lectures

2

Lectures

2 Lectures




Instructional methods

Lectures and discussion, Assignments and project, Site visit for building under
construction.


GRAD
ING POLICY:


90 and above


Excellent


A

80


89



Very Good


B

70


79



Good



C

60


69



Accepted


D

50


59



Pass (Weak)


E

Less than 50


Fail



F



Estimated
Content

Engineering Science

1 Credit

Engineering Design

2 Credit

Prepared by

Moham
ed

S
hi
yab

Date

Monday, November 25, 2013