Reinforced concrete occupies a leading position in modern construction of buildings, bridges, water tanks, aqueducts, bunkers, silos and other similar structures. This treatise contains upto-date information on design, analysis and construction of engineered concrete structures, based on Limit State Design philosophy. Its intention is to provide engineers, architects and students of Civil Engineering and Architecture with authoritative theoretical and practical design information. The book containing 27 chapters , is based on the Fourth Revision> of IS 456 adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards in the year 2000. Each Chapter begins with clear statements of pertinent definitions, design theory and design principles and elaborate design procedure. The basic principles are supplemented with numerous design examples and illustrations along with detailed drawings.Various designs in this book are based on latest Indian Standards.
About The Author:Dr. B. C. Punmia is an eminent author of 18 books, the most of which are followed as textbooks. Having graduated in1959 with 'HONOURS', he obtained his Master's degree in 1969 with 'HONOURS' and Ph. D in 1976. Having started his career as Assistant Professor in 1959, he was elevated to the posts of Reader in 1965 and Professor in 1978. He also held the posts of Head of Civil Engg. and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at M.B.M. Engineering College, Jodhpur. During his teaching career of about 36 years, he guided a large number of research students. Dr. Punmia has authored more than hundred papers, monographs and technical reports published in various Indian and Foreign Journals. He had been consultant to various government, semi-government and private organizations.
Ashok Kumar Jain is an eminent Design and Field Engineer. He is also a prolific writer in the domain of Civil Engineering.
Arun Kumar Jain , gold medalist at both B.E. and M.E. levels, is presently working as Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at M.B.M. Engineering College, Jodhpur. Apart from teaching, he has guided more than a dozen students at the M.E. level.
Table Of Contents:Chapter 1 Reinforced Concrete Materials
Chapter 2 Design Concepts : Limit Sate Design
Chapter 3 Limit State of Collapse in Flexure : I Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
Chapter 4 Limit State of Collapse in Flexure : II Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
Chapter 5 Limit State of Collapse in Flexure : III Non-Rectangular Sections
Chapter 6 Limit State of Collapse in Flexure : IV Flanged Sections
Chapter 7 Limit State of Collapse in Shear : Design for Shear
Chapter 8 Limit State of Collapse in Bond
Chapter 9 Limit State of Collapse in Torsion
Chapter 10 Limit State of Serviceability in Deflection and Cracking
Chapter 11 Design of Beams and Slabs
Chapter 12 Two Way Slabs
Chapter 13 Circular Slabs
Chapter 14 Flat Slabs
Chapter 15 Design of Stair Cases
Chapter 16 Limit Sate of Collapse in Compression : I Axially Loaded Columns
Chapter 17 Limit Sate of Collapse in Compression : II Columns with Axial Load and Uniaxial Bending
Chapter 18 Limit Sate of Collapse in Compression : III Columns with Axial Load and Biaxial Bending
Chapter 19 Limit Sate of Collapse in Compression : IV Slender Columns
Chapter 20 Yield Line Theory and Design of Slabs
Chapter 21 Redistribution of Moments
Chapter 22 Design of Footings
Chapter 23 Design of Retaining Walls
Chapter 24 Building Frames
Chapter 25 Prestressed Concrete
Chapter 26 Design of Miscellaneous Structures
Chapter 27 Detailing of Earthquake Resistant R.C. Structures
Appendix-A Working Stress Design Method
Subjects:Civil,Engineering and Technology