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Updated to Reflect the 2005 ACI Building Code Now revised to reflect the latest developments in the field, this thoroughly updated Seventh Edition of Chu-Kia Wang, Charles G. Salmon, and José A. Pincheira's Reinforced Concrete Design incorporates the changes in design rules arising from the publication of the 2005 American Concrete Institute (ACI) Building Code and Commentary (ACI 318-05). Written for students and practicing engineers, the book explains the basic concepts you need to understand and properly apply the ACI Code rules and formulas. Throughout, the emphasis is on the ACI approach involving strength and serviceability "limit states" and factored loads. Detailed numerical examples illustrate the general approach to design and analysis. New Features * Load and Strength Reduction Factors: Example problems in all chapters are completely revised using the load and strength reduction factors that now appear in the main body of the 2005 code. * Unified Design Provisions: The treatment of the Unified Design Provisions for flexure, which are now in the body of the 2005 ACI Code, is thoroughly revised. * Strut-and-Tie Models: Presents entirely new design provisions using strut-and-tie models, in accordance with Appendix A of the 2005 ACI Code.
Chu-Kia Wang, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. His fields of interest include structural engineering, structural analysis and design, and computerized matrix method of analysis.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction, Materials, and Properties.
2. Design Methods and Requirements.
3. Strenght of Rectangular Sections in Bending.
4. Rectangular Sections in Bending Under Service Load Conditions.
5. Shear Strenght and Shear Reinforcement.
6. Development of Reinforcement.
7. Continuity in Building Frames if Reinforced Concrete.
8. Design of One—Way Slabs.
9. T-Sections in Bending.
10. Continuous Slab—Beam—Girder and Concrete.
11. Monolithic Beam-to-Column Joints.
12. Cantilever Retainiing Walls.
13. Members in Compression and Bending.
15. Length Effect on Columns.
16. Design of Two-Way Floor Systems.
17. Equivalent Frame Analysis of Two-Way Floor Systems in Unbraced Frames.