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Applied Science University


Faculty: Engineering

Department: Civil Engineering

(Course Syllabus)



Course Title

Credit
Hours

Course No.

Prerequisite

Year (semester)

Lec//Lab. Credit

Reinforced

Concrete

1

2

805314

805221

Fall

2 hours


Course Objectives:

This course as the foundation for the structural capstone for reinforced concrete design is
intended to introduce the engineering studen
ts

to

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 reinforced
rectangular and T beams, shear; bond, one
-
way soli
d and r
ibbed slabs and
sho
rt columns.



Course Description
:

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.


Intended Learning Outcomes
:

Successful completion of this course should lead to the following learning outcomes:

A
-

Knowledge and Understanding



A1. Understand reinforced concrete and its st
ructural properties.


A2. Understanding of the mechanism of flexure analysis of reinforced concrete beam
and ACI code requirements plus the reasons for the requirements.



A3
.
Understanding of the design of reinforced concrete beams for singly rei
nforced
members, doubly reinforced members and "Tee" beams.

A4.To list the ductile and brittle modes of failure for beams under bending

A5.An understanding of and the ability to compute the development length of
reinforcing steel.


A6
.
An understand
ing of the need for and the ability to compute crack control in
reinforced concrete beams




B
-

Intellectual Skills





B1. Analysis and design of

reinforced concrete beams.




B2.
A
nalyze and design
short columns sections
.

Coordinator Name

Le
cturer

Room
no.

E
-
mail

Office Hours

Eng Lubna
Amayreh

Eng Lubna
Amayreh


Lubna.khaleel@yahoo.com





B
3. D
esign for she
ar reinforcement.



B4. D
esign o
f one
-
way solid slab
.


B5. Design of ribbed slab.










B6
.

Apply the concepts of crack control and know how to detail reinforcement.




B
7
.

D
etermine the development and splicing of reinf
orcement.



C
-

Subject Special Skills


C1. Implement the
ultimate strength design method for singly and doubly reinforced
rectangular and T beams, shear; bond, one
-
way solid and ribbed slabs, short
columns
.


C2. Learn

the concepts of crack control

a
nd how to implement different solutions .



D
-

Transferable Skills


D1 Home works and quizzes


D2 Projects


D3 Assignments


Course Contents


Week

Topic

Topic Details

Reference
(chapter)


1

Introduction

Course outlines, objectives and grading



2

Introduction to
reinforced concrete
-
materials


-

Cement, aggregates

-

Proportioning and mixing of Concrete

-

Reinforcing steel




3

Desi
gn of RC sections


-

Basic concepts of Ultimate Strength Design
Method

-

Behavior of ductile and brittle

modes
of
failure of R C beams

under bending

-
Equivalent rectangular stress distribution

-

Design of R C rectangular beams .

-

Se
lection of Bars and bar spacing




4



.
-
Doubly reinforced rectangular beams



5

T
-

beam

-

Analysis and Design of T beams.

.



6

Design for shear.


-

Bond , anchorage , and development length.




7






8


-

Integrated design examples



9


-

Integrated design examples





10

Design of one
-
way
solid and ribbed slabs

-

Flexural Analysis
.

-

One
-

way slab Design
.

-

solid slab
.




11



Design of ribbed slabs



12


-

Integrated design examples




13

Compression members

-
columns




-
columns reinforced with ties and spirals.

14

Footings

-
Design of single footing

-
Combined footing




15

Typical Engineering
Drawings
for Buildings




16



FINAL EXAM




Course Quality Improvement:

-

From the monitoring of student feedback


Grade Distribution:


Assessment

Grade

Date

-
First Exam

20%


Second Exam

20%


Assignments (Report/Quizzes/Seminars/Totorials
…..)

10%


Final Examination

50%



Reading List:


Text Book

Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete, ACI

318M
-
05, ACI, 2005. Handout Notes

P. M. Ferguson,

Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals
, John Wiley &
Sons, New York
.

References

[1] C.K.Wang, C.G. Sal
mon,
Reinforced Concrete Design
, Harper &
Row Publishers, New York.


[2]

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



Last updated on 3 October 2009 by Eng Lubna Amayreh