Applied Science University Faculty of Engineering Department of Civil Engineering

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Applied Science University

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering



Course:


Reinforced Concrete Design (1)

Course Number:

0805425

Instructor:


Dr. Ma’en Abdel
-
Jaber

Credit Hours:


4


Textbook
:


1.

Concrete Structures






By Falah Wegia
n





Second Edition, Falah Wegian, 2004.

2.

Reinforced concrete Design






By Kenneth Leet





Third Edition, McGraw Hill, 1997.

3.

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete

and Commentary (ACI
-
318
-
95)

American Concrete Institute, 1995.


Obje
ctives:

1.

To enable the student to design single and double reinforced concrete beams of
rectangular section, T
-
section or any other shape for flexure.

2.

To enable the student to check the serviceability and durability of beams
regarding cracking and deflectio
n.

3.

To enable the student to design shear and diagonal tension of beams using
stirrups.

4.

To enable the student to study the bonding and the development length effects on
the efficiency of the design.



Grades:


Homework

10%




Exam 1

20%




Exam 2

20%




Fi
nal Exam

50%




Total


100%



Course Outline:


1

Introduction:


Reinforced Concrete, Types of Loads

Design Methods, The ACI code


2

Flexural Analysis of Beams:


Rectangular Beams, T
-
Beams, Doubly Reinforced Beams


3

Design of Beams for flexure:


Strength
Design Method

Working Stress Design Method

Rectangular Beams, T
-
Beams, Doubly Reinforced Beams

Underreinforced and Overreinforced Beams


4

Shear and Diagonal Tension:


Shear Cracking, Web Reinforcement

Design of Beams for Shear

Design of Stirrups


5

Desig
n of Simple and Continuous Deep Beams



6

Bond, Development Lengths, and Splices:


Bond Stresses, Development Length


Hooks, Bar Splices


7

Design of Continuous One
-
Way Slabs and Continuous Beams:


Continuous Frame Analysis, The ACI Code Coefficients


Desi
gn of Continuous One
-
Way Slabs and Continuous Beams


8

Serviceability:


Calculations of Deflections, Control of Deflections


Types of Cracks, Control of Cracks


9

Course Project




References:


1.

Design of Reinforced Concrete


by Jack C. McCormac, Third E
dition, Harper Collins, 1993.


2.

Reinforced Concrete: A Fundamental Approach


by Edward G. Nawy, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, 1996.


3.

Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals


by Phil M. Ferguson, John E. Breen and James O. Jirsa


Fifth Edition, John Wiley & S
ons, 1988.


4.

Design of Concrete Structures


by Arthur H. Nilson and George Winter, Eleventh Edition, McGraw Hill, 1991.