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Reinforced Concrete Design To Eurocode2 7th Edition- for free


Reinforced concrete is a strong and durable building material that can be formed into a variety of shapes and sizes, from simple rectangular beams and columns to elongated curved domes and shells. Its utility and versatility are achieved by combining the advantages of concrete and steel.

This chapter provides only a brief introduction to the major issues to be considered in design and the basic properties of concrete and its steel reinforcement. For a more comprehensive study, the reader is encouraged to consult the technical books and websites listed in the “References” section at the end of the book.

About the Book

The purpose of this book is to provide an accessible introduction to the principles and methods of designing concrete structures. This book is intended primarily for students and young engineers who need an understanding of basic theory and a concise guide to design procedures.

The subject matter of the book is arranged so that Chapters1 through5 deal primarily with theory and analysis, with subsequent chapters dealing with the design and details of various types of members and structures. In order to incorporate topics normally covered in undergraduate courses, chapters on seismic design, earth retaining structures, pre stressed concrete and composite structures are also included.

A new chapter on water retaining structures has also been added, along with other new sections including deep beam design. Additions and modifications have also been made to reflect UK interpretations and practices since the introduction of EC2.

Additions and modifications were also made to reflect UK interpretation and practice in the use of EC2 since its introduction. Diagrams and examples have been added to aid understanding, and an introductory section on the design process has been added to Chapter 1. This includes the role of computer software in design as well as conceptual design, sustain ability, and health and safety.

A summary of the key equations is also included as an appendix. Where material not directly provided by Eurocode needs to be included, it is outlined in an appendix. Where it is necessary to include material not directly provided by the Eurocode, this is based on currently accepted UK good practice.

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