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Syllabus | B.Tech Civil Engineering | Reinforced Concrete Structures-I | 13010505

Course

Code

Reinforced Concrete Structures-I Learning Schedule
L T P C
13010505 Pre-requisites: Concrete Technology, Structure Analysis 3 0 0 4

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students will learn the concept of working stress method and limit state method for various reinforced concrete sections. Students will also learn the concept of design of one way, two way and circular slabs, short column and long column, axially and eccentrically loaded columns. Students will understand the concept of footings and retaining wall design as well. 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. To teach the students about the design of reinforced concrete beam, column, slab, footing and retaining wall.
  2. To enable the students to understand the various design philosophies based on both working stress and limit state methods. 

COURSE OUTCOMES

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. Understand the behavior of structural members and the concept of RCC design.
  2. Calculate the load carrying capacity of different types of RCC structural members for Civil Projects.
  3. Design the safe RCC structural members keeping serviceability criteria in view.
  4. Students will be made familiar with the BIS codes for structural design.

 COURSE CONTENT

Section A

Unit I: Design of Beam (Working Stress Method)

Basic assumptions, permissible stresses in concrete and steel, design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular, T and L shaped beams in flexure.

Design of Sections in shear, bond and torsion, diagonal tension, shear reinforcement, development length, equivalent shear, Torsional reinforcement.

Section B

Unit II: Design of Beam (Limit State Method)

Introduction to Limit state method, basic assumptions, design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular, T and L shaped beams in flexure, minimum and maximum reinforcement requirement.

Design of Sections in shear, bond and torsion, diagonal tension, shear reinforcement, development length, equivalent shear, Torsional reinforcement.

Section C

Unit III: Design of Slab

Introduction to one-way and two-way slab, design of slab by working stress method and limit state method, design of circular slab supported on edges and with centrally supported slab. Design of canopy.

Unit IV: Deign of Column (Rectangular and Circular)

Design of short and slender columns by Limit State Method for axial load and combination of uniaxial and biaxial bending. Design of column with helical reinforcement,

Section D                 

Unit V: Design of Foundation

Introduction to types of foundations, design of isolated footing, continuous footing and combined footing. Design of RCC footing for walls. Isolated footing subjected to eccentric load.

Unit VI: Design of Retaining Walls

Introduction to type of retaining walls, stability and design of cantilever retaining wall with back fill and surcharge. 

Text Books

  1. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures,P.Dayaratnam,Oxford& IBH Pub.,New.Delhi.
  2. Reinforced Concrete-Limit State Design, A.K.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
  3. Reinforced Concrete, I.C.Syal&A,K,Goel, A.H,Wheeler&Co.Delhi.
  4. Reinforced Concrete Design, S.N.Sinha, TMH Pub.,N.Delhi.

Reference Books 

  1. IS-456-2000
  2. SP-16(S&T)-1980, Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS: 456, BIS, N.Delhi.
  3. SP-34(S&T)-1987 Handbook on Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing`, BIS