ISBN 9780074516850,Working Out Designs From Fundamentals Is Always Tedious And Time Consuming. This Cannot Be Resorted To In Design Offices In These Days, Where Time Plays An Important Role. This Is All The More Relevant In Case Of Design Of Reinforced Concrete Members. Hen

Working Out Designs From Fundamentals Is Always Tedious And Time Consuming. This Cannot Be Resorted To In Design Offices In These Days, Where Time Plays An Important Role. This Is All The More Relevant In Case Of Design Of Reinforced Concrete Members. Hen

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ISBN 9780074516850
Publisher

Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 1990
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780074516850

ISBN-10 007451685X
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 180 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Civil Engineering

Working out designs from fundamentals is always tedious and time consuming. This cannot be resorted to in design offices in these days, where time plays an important role. This is all the more relevant in case of design of reinforced concrete members. Hence this handbook has been compiled to assist design engineers involved in reinforced concrete designs to give a simpler, faster and safer approach to designing. The design tables have been prepared in complete conformity with various stipulation in Indian Standards, IS 456:1978 (code of practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete). They cover both Tor 40 and Tor 50 grades of steel and concrete grades M15, M20 and M25 which re normally used in reinforced concrete constructions. They are based on Limit State Method as enunciated in the Indian Standards mentioned above. While preparing the tables, the practical aspects that influence the designs have been taken into consideration. The handbook has been compiled to be self-sufficient so that a designer can carry out designs with the aid of this book alone. The section on detailing has been specially included to assist designers in formulating designs suitable for field applications TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Beams 2. Slabs 3. Columns 4. Footings 5. Flat Slabs 6. Detailing of Members 7. Appendix
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