Simplified Design of Concrete Structures: 8th Edition 8th Edition [Kõva köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 04-Jan-2007
  • Kirjastus: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • ISBN-10: 0470044144
  • ISBN-13: 9780470044148
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 448 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 224x141x28 mm, kaal: 650 g, illustrations
  • Sari: Parker/Ambrose Series of Simplified Design Guides 36
  • Ilmumisaeg: 04-Jan-2007
  • Kirjastus: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • ISBN-10: 0470044144
  • ISBN-13: 9780470044148
Updated to reflect current building codes, design practices, and industry standards, this accessible text for students of building design covers today's most commonly used concrete structures. Concise descriptions of the design of various structural elements are accompanied by illustrative examples and problems to be solved by the reader. Supplementary materials found at the back of the volume include questions for review and a glossary of terms. Ambrose taught architecture at the U. of Southern California. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

For over sixty years, the primary source for design of concrete structures--now revised and updated


Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition covers all the latest, commonly used concrete systems, practices, and research in the field, reinforced with examples of practical designs and general building structural systems. Updated to conform to current building codes, design practices, and industry standards.

Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition is a reliable, easy-to-use handbook that examines a wide range of concrete structures, building types, and construction details. It includes a wealth of illustrations, expanded text examples, exercise problems, and a helpful glossary. Highlights of this outstanding tool include:
* Its use of the current American Concrete Institute Building Code for 2005 (ACI 318) and the Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) method of structural design
* Fundamental and real-world coverage of concrete structures that assumes no previous experience
* Valuable study aids such as exercise problems, questions, and word lists enhance usability

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"Updated to reflect current building codes, design practices, and industry standards, this accessible text for students of building design covers today's most commonly used concrete structures. Concise descriptions of the design of various structural elements are accompanied by illustrative examples and problems to be solved by the reader." (Book News, February 2008)

Preface to the Eighth Edition xi
Preface to the First Edition xv
Introduction 1(9)
Structural Use of Concrete
10(23)
Concrete as a Structural Material
10(1)
Common Forms of Concrete Structures
11(2)
Primary Situations for Investigation and Design
13(1)
Materials and Nature of Structural Concrete
14(4)
Significant Properties of Concrete
18(4)
Reinforcement
22(4)
Prestressed Concrete
26(4)
Design of Concrete Mixes
30(1)
Special Concretes
31(2)
Considerations for Production of Concrete
33(17)
General Concerns for Concrete
33(1)
Concerns for Structural Concrete
34(1)
Sitecast Concrete
35(3)
Design and Production Controls
38(1)
Inspection and Testing
39(2)
Installation of Reinforcement
41(1)
Precast Concrete
42(5)
Mixed Systems: Sitecast and Precast
47(1)
Concrete Masonry
48(2)
General Requirements for Reinforced Concrete Structures
50(9)
Code and Industry Standards
50(1)
Practical Considerations
51(4)
Control of Cracking
55(1)
General Requirements for Steel Reinforcement
56(3)
Investigation and Design of Reinforced Concrete
59(24)
Situations for Investigation and Design
59(2)
Methods of Investigation and Design
61(1)
The Stress Method
62(1)
The Strength Method
62(1)
Investigation of Columns and Beams
63(9)
Investigation of Column and Beam Frames
72(6)
Approximate Investigation of Indeterminate Structures
78(5)
Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)
83(4)
Limit States Versus Service Conditions
83(1)
Loads for Design
84(1)
Resistance Factors
85(1)
Strength Design Processes
86(1)
Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members
87(38)
General Flexural Actions
87(1)
Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams
88(2)
Investigation and Design for Flexure
90(11)
Beams in Sitecast Systems
101(3)
T-Beams
104(6)
Beams with Compression Reinforcement
110(7)
Spanning Slabs
117(5)
Deflection Control
122(3)
Shear in Concrete Structures
125(17)
General Concerns for Shear
125(1)
Shear in Beams
126(1)
Shear Reinforcement for Beams
127(6)
Design for Beam Shear
133(9)
Anchorage and Development of Reinforcement
142(12)
Development of Stress in Tension Reinforcement
143(3)
Hooks
146(2)
Bar Development in Continuous Beams
148(1)
Splices in Reinforcement
149(1)
Development of Compressive Reinforcement
150(3)
Developed Anchorage for Frame Continuity
153(1)
Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems
154(26)
Slab and Beam Systems
155(7)
General Considerations for Beams
162(5)
Other Flat-Spanning Systems
167(11)
Design Aids
178(2)
Concrete Columns
180(30)
Effects of Compression Force
180(2)
Reinforcement for Columns
182(2)
Types of Columns
184(2)
General Requirements for Columns
186(1)
Combined Compression and Bending
187(2)
Considerations for Column Shape
189(2)
Columns in Sitecast Frames
191(1)
Multistory Columns
192(2)
Design Methods and Aids
194(1)
Approximate Design of Tied Columns
195(7)
Round Columns
202(2)
Special Concerns for Concrete Columns
204(1)
Vertical Concrete Compression Elements
205(3)
Concrete Masonry Columns and Piers
208(2)
Column and Beam Frames
210(11)
Two-Dimensional Frames
211(1)
Three-Dimensional Frames
212(2)
Mixed Frame and Wall Systems
214(3)
Special Problems of Concrete Framed Bents
217(4)
Concrete Walls
221(12)
Sitecast Walls: General Concerns
221(2)
Concrete Bearing Walls
223(3)
Concrete Basement Walls
226(4)
Concrete Shear Walls
230(1)
Precast Concrete Walls
230(1)
Concrete Masonry Walls
231(2)
Foundations
233(44)
General Concerns for Foundations
234(1)
Soil Conditions Related to Foundation Design
235(2)
Foundation Design: Criteria and Process
237(1)
Shallow Bearing Foundations
238(2)
Wall Footings
240(9)
Column Footings
249(9)
Special Column Footings
258(1)
Pedestals
259(7)
Foundation Walls and Grade Beams
266(4)
Deep Foundations
270(7)
Miscellaneous Concrete Structures
277(19)
Paving Slabs
277(3)
Framed Floors on Grade
280(1)
Cantilever Retaining Walls
281(10)
Abutments
291(5)
General Considerations for Building Structures
296(20)
Choice of Building Construction
296(1)
Structural Design Standards
297(1)
Loads for Structural Design
298(1)
Dead Loads
298(3)
Building Code Requirements for Structures
301(2)
Live Loads
303(3)
Lateral Loads (Wind and Earthquake)
306(4)
Load Combinations
310(1)
Determination of Design Loads
310(2)
Structural Planning
312(1)
Building Systems Integration
313(1)
Economics
313(3)
Building Structures: Design Examples
316(85)
Building One: General Considerations
317(1)
Building One: Support and Site Structures
317(9)
Building Two: General Considerations
326(1)
Building Two: Design for Gravity Loads
326(3)
Building Two: Design for Lateral Loads
329(11)
Building Two: Alternative Structure
340(1)
Building Three: Alternative Structure One
341(3)
Building Three: Alternative Structure Two
344(4)
Building Three: Alternative Structure Three
348(1)
Building Four: General Considerations
349(4)
Building Four: Concrete and Masonry Structure
353(6)
Building Four: Design for Lateral Loads
359(2)
Building Four: All-Concrete Structure
361(3)
Building Five: General Considerations
364(4)
Building Five: Masonry and Frame Structure
368(6)
Building Five: The Concrete Structure
374(24)
Building Five: Alternative Floor Structure
398(3)
Glossary
401(4)
Study Aids
405(10)
Terms
405(3)
Questions
408(3)
Answers to Questions
411(4)
Answers to Exercise Problems 415(4)
References 419(2)
Index 421


JAMES AMBROSE is Editor of the Parker/Ambrose Series of Simplified Design Guides. He practiced as an architect in California and Illinois, and as a structural engineer in Illinois. He was also a professor of architecture at the University of Southern California. PATRICK TRIPENY is an Associate Professor at the University of Utah's Graduate School of Architecture.

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