Structural Concrete Design - The Schulich School of Engineering

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November 25, 2013


UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

Schulich School of Engineering


COURSE NAME / NUMBER

ENCI 555


TITLE OF COURSE

HOURS

SESSION

YEAR

Structural Concrete Design

H(3
-
1)

Fall

200
8


COURSE OUTLINE


1.

DESCRIPTION


Structural sy
stems for buildings. Analysis and design of continuous beams and one
-
way slabs
using moment coefficients as well as analysis and design by computer. Shear and torsion
(general method). Bond and development. Serviceability. Two
-
way slabs and flat plates by
direct
design method, punching shear. Long columns. Walls: laterally loaded walls, bearing walls,
shear walls. Footings: wall footings, isolated footings. Prestressed concrete: introduction,
elastic analysis, deflections, flexural and shear strength. Use o
f computer programs where
applicable.

Prerequisites:
Civil Engineering
451
.

Corequisites:
Civil Engineering
545
.



2.

OBJECTIVES


The objective of the course is to introduce the students to the design of basic reinforced concrete
elements. The course content forms the basis on which advanced reinforced and prestressed
concrete desi
gn skills are developed in other courses.


3.

LECTURES/LABS/TUTORIALS


L/B/T

SESSION

DAYS OF

THE WEEK

START

TIME

DURATION/

MINUTES

LOCATION

L01

Fall

MWF

8:00

75

ENE 328

B01

Fall

W

14:
30

50

EN
C 003

B02

Fall

F

14:
00

50

EN
C 129



4.

COURSE INSTRUCTORS



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LECTURERS:


SECTION

NAME

TELEPHONE

OFFICE

EMAIL

L01

Dr.
Mamdouh El
-
Badry

220
-
8553

ENF 2
46

melbadry
@ucalgary.ca


LABORATORY INSTRUCTORS:


SECTION

NAME

TELEPHONE

OFFICE

EMAIL

B01
-
02

Dr. Mamdouh El
-
Badry

220
-
8553

ENF 246

melbadry@ucalgary.ca


5.

EXAMINATI
ONS


There will be a midterm and a final examination. All examinations will be open book.


6.

Use of CALCULATORS in Examinations


Any calculators may be used during examinations.


7.

FINAL GRADE DETERMINATION


The final grade in ENCI 555 will be based on
the following components:


Tutorial Assignments

25

%

Midterm Examination

25

%

Final Examination

50

%

TOTAL

100

%


8.

ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT/PLAGIARISM


The University of Calgary
Calendar

defines plagiarism as:



Plagiarism

-

Essentially plagiarism involve
s submitting or presenting work in a
course as if it were the student's own work done expressly for that particular
course when, in fact, it is not. Most commonly plagiarism exists when:

(a) the work submitted or presented was done, in whole or in part, b
y an
individual other than the one submitting or presenting the work (this includes
having another impersonate the student or otherwise substituting the work of
another for one's own in an examination or test),

(b) parts of the work are taken from another

source without reference to the
original author,

(c) the whole work (e.g., an essay) is copied from another source, and/or,



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(d) a student submits or presents work in one course which has also been
submitted in another course (although it may be complete
ly original with that
student) without the knowledge of or prior agreement of the instructor involved.

While it is recognized that scholarly work often involves reference to the ideas,
data and conclusions of other scholars, intellectual honesty requires
that such
references be explicitly and clearly noted. Plagiarism is an extremely serious
academic offence.

It is recognized that clause (d) does not prevent a graduate student incorporating
work previously done by him or her in a thesis or dissertation
.”


Plagiarism is academic misconduct. Please read the section in the University
Calendar

on

Plagiarism/Cheating/Other Academic Misconduct.


http://www.ucalgary.ca/pubs/calendar/2006/how/How_LB.htm



9.

TEXTBOOK


The following textbooks are required for ENCI
555.


Reinforced Concrete Design, Third Edition., Second Print, Authors: S.U. Pillai, D.W. Kirk,
and M.A. Erki. Publisher: McGraw Hill Ryerson.

CPCA Concrete Design Handbook, Second Edition 1995. Publisher: Canadian Portland
Cement Association.


The fo
llowing textbook is recommended for ENCI 555

Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics and Design, First Canadian Edition 2000. Authors: J.G.
MacGregor and M. F. Bartlett. Publisher: Prentice
-
Hall Canada.


10.

ENGINEERING FOIP POLICY


SCHULICH SCHOOL

OF ENGINEERING
-

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

POLICY FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF FOIP REQUIREMENTS

Protection of Student Examinations and Course Work Under the

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of the Province of Alberta


The
Schulich School

of Engineering policy i
s intended to ensure that examinations and term
-
work of students in engineering courses are protected with respect to privacy. The philosophy
behind the policy is that marked student examinations and term
-
work (hereafter called “student's
Work”) should be
available only to the student and to staff in the
Schulich School

of Engineering
who have a need to see the material. This includes academic staff, graduate assistants and
support staff.


Please read the
Schulich School

of Engineering FOIP Policy:


http://
www.ucalgary.ca/eng/courses/Engg/FOIPPOLICY.html