|Design Of Concrete Structures by J. N. Bandyopadhyay|
This text primarily analyses different methods of design of concrete structures as per IS 456: 2000 (Plain and Reinforced Concrete—Indian Standard Code of Practice, 4th revision, Bureau of Indian Standards). It gives greater emphasis on the limit state method so as to illustrate the acceptable limits for the safety and serviceability requirements of structures.
|Audience of the Book :|
|This book Useful for civil engneering students.|
1. Instructional Objectives at the beginning of the chapter highlight important concepts.
2. Summary at the end of the chapter to help student revise key points.
3. Sixty-nine solved illustrative examples presenting step-by-step calculations.
4. Chapter-end exercises to test student’s understanding of the concepts.
5. Forty Tests to enable students to gauge their preparedness for actual exams.
6. This comprehensive text is suitable for undergraduate students of civil engineering and architecture. It can also be useful to professional engineers.
|Table of Contents:|
1. Objectives and Methods of Analysis and Design
2. Properties of Concrete and Steel
3. Philosophies of Design by Limit State Method
4. Limit State of Collapse: Flexure (Theory and Problems)
5. Doubly Reinforced Beams: Theory and Problems
6. Flanged Beams: Theory and Numerical Problems
7. Limit State of Collapse in Shear: Theory and Numerical Problems
8. Bond, Anchorage, Development Length and Torsion
9. Limit State of Serviceability
10. Reinforced Concrete Slabs
12. Compression Members
13. Foundations: Theory and Design
14. Yield Line Analysis for Slabs
15. Working Stress Method
16. Tension Members
17. Redistribution of Moments
18. Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures