Tata McGraw - Hill Education
Electronics & Communication Engineering
This revised edition follows provisions of IS 456:2000 as well as related current codes and the advanced development that have taken place in the field of Reinforced Concrete Design. Written for students and engineers, this book lays great emphasis on conceptual clarity through state-of-the art coverage of all required topics.
Follows provision of IS 456:2000.
Distinctive coverage of Earthquake resistant design, Structural Systems, Green buildings, Good detailing and Construction practice.
Expanded coverage on Strut-and-Tie method, Yield line theory, Modified compression field theory.
Incorporates the latest developments in the field.
Rich pool of pedagogy includes:
98 Solved examples
288 Review problems
127 Chapter-end exercises
Table of content :-
1. Reinforced Concrete Structures
2. Basic Material Properties
3. Basic Design Concepts
4. Behaviour inFlexure
5. Design of Beams and One-Way Slabs for Flexure
6. Design For Shear
7. Design For Torsion
8. Design For Bond
9. Analysis for Design Moments in Continuous Systems
10. Serviceability Limit States: Deflection and Cracking
11. Design of Two-Way Slab Systems
12. Design of Staircases
13. Design of Compression Members
14. Design of Footings and Retaining Walls
15. Good Detailing and Construction Practices
16. Special Provisions for Earthquake-Resistant Design
17. Selected Special Topic