Design of Concrete Structures https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1259821242.jpeg 16 2021 9781259821240 For almost a century, Design of Concrete Structures has been the authoritative source for the behavior of reinforced concrete structures and design approaches in accordance with the ACI 318 Building Code. The 2019 ACI Building Code contains over 150 technical changes. These changes address higher strength reinforcement, revisions to flexural design, shear capacity, and development of reinforcement. The changes have profound and important impacts on the design of concrete structures. The 16th edition of Design of Concrete Structures by Darwin and Dolan presents current concrete behavior theory and updated code-based design rules. The text and illustrated examples are essential for faculty members, students, and practitioners to understand current concrete design.
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Design of Concrete Structures

Design of Concrete Structures, 16th Edition

ISBN10: 1259821242 | ISBN13: 9781259821240
By David Darwin, Charles Dolan, Arthur Nilson

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For almost a century, Design of Concrete Structures has been the authoritative source for the behavior of reinforced concrete structures and design approaches in accordance with the ACI 318 Building Code. The 2019 ACI Building Code contains over 150 technical changes. These changes address higher strength reinforcement, revisions to flexural design, shear capacity, and development of reinforcement. The changes have profound and important impacts on the design of concrete structures. The 16th edition of Design of Concrete Structures by Darwin and Dolan presents current concrete behavior theory and updated code-based design rules. The text and illustrated examples are essential for faculty members, students, and practitioners to understand current concrete design.

1) Introduction

2) Materials

3) Design of Concrete Structures and Fundamental Assumptions

4) Flexural Analysis and Design of Beams

5) Shear and Diagonal Tension in Beams

6) Bond, Anchorage, and Development Length

7) Serviceability

8) Analysis and Design for Torsion

9) Short Columns

10) Slender Columns

11) Analysis, Idealization, and Preliminary Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams and Frames

12) Analysis and Design of One-Way Slabs

13) Analysis and Design of Two-Way Slabs

14) Walls

15) Footings and Foundations

16) Retaining Walls

17) Strut-and-Tie Method

18) Design of Reinforcement at Joints

19) Concrete Building Systems

20) Seismic Design

21) Anchoring to Concrete

22) Prestressed Concrete

23) Yield Line Analysis for Slabs 

24) Strip Method for Slabs 

Appendix A - Design Aids

Appendix B - SI Conversion Factors: Inch-Pound Units to SI Units

Author Index

Subject Index

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David Darwin

Charles Dolan

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