CE 72.52: Advanced Concrete Structures (August 2014 Semester)
To provide students with advanced knowledge of behavior and design of reinforced concrete structures, review of specifications, limit states, Ductility of RC frames, shear and torsion, Seismic detailing, Strut and tie models, serviceability, and design with high-strength and pre-stressed concrete.
Structural design concept of reinforced concrete, ultimate limit state, serviceability; review of specifications; Design of axial members, stability concepts, strut and tie models; shear and torsion; ductility and deflection; innovation design solutions with high-strength and pre-stressed concrete.
The course is divided in to following parts each covering in detail, a specific aspect/component of tall buildings design and analysis. The course starts with an overview of various tall building structural systems, introduces engineers to various analysis and design methods for individual components of tall buildings and guides them to various steps involved in the design process to complete the final design.
The video course is divided in to the following lectures.
Lecture 1: Introduction [Duration 49:00] Lecture 2: Material Behavior (Part 1) [Duration 48:44] Lecture 2: Material Behavior (Part 2) [Duration 51:08] Lecture 3: Section Behavior (Part 1) [Duration 1:08:32] Lecture 3: Section Behavior (Part 2) [Duration 57:15] Lecture 3: Section Behavior (Part 3) [Duration 57:49] Hands-on Training: Section Builder [Duration 38:53] Lecture 4: Shear and Torsion Behavior of RC Sections (Part 1) [Duration 1:07:38] Lecture 4: Shear and Torsion Behavior of RC Sections (Part 2) [Duration 1:00:55] Lecture 5: Member Behavior – Beams and Columns (Part 1) [Duration 1:11:29] Lecture 5: Member Behavior – Beams and Columns (Part 2) [Duration 52:26] Lecture 6: Strut & Tie Approach (Part 1) [Duration 53:36] Lecture 6: Strut & Tie Approach (Part 2) [Duration 1:46:21] Hands-on Training: Graphical Rapid Analysis of Structures Program (GRASP) [Duration 47:07] Lecture 7: Pre-stressed Concrete (Part 1) [Duration 52:43] Lecture 7: Pre-stressed Concrete (Part 2) [Duration 54:17] Lecture 7: Pre-stressed Concrete (Part 3) [Duration 48:26] Lecture 8: Methods for Retrofitting of RC Members (Part 1) [Duration 1:01:18] Lecture 8: Methods for Retrofitting of RC Members (Part 2) [Duration 43:46]
Some of the Textbooks and References which can be used include: 1. R. Park and T. Paulay (1975): Reinforced Concrete Structures, John Wiley and Sons. 2. L.C. Hollaway and M.B. Leeming (1999): Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Structures: Using Externally-bonded FRP Composites in Structures and Civil Engineering, Woodhead Publishing. 3. Portland Cement Association (1984): Simplified design: reinforced concrete buildings of moderate size and height,edited by Gerald B. Neville. 4. ACI Manual of concrete practice (2010): Part 1: Materials and general properties of concrete Part 2: Construction practices and inspection pavements Part 3: Use of concrete in buildings-design, specifications, and related topics Part 4: Bridges, substructures, sanitary, and other special structures Part 5: Masonry, Precast concrete, Special processes 5. T.Y. Lin and S.D. Stotesbury (1988): Structural Concepts and Systems for Architects and Engineers, 2nd edition, Van Nostrand Reinhold. 6. D.L. Schodek (1998): Structures, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, Inc. 7. J.G. Macgregor (2005): Reinforced concrete: Mechanics and design, 5th edition, Prentice Hall. 8. E.G. Nawy (2000): Reinforced concrete: A Fundamental Approach, 4th edition, Prentice Hall International. 9. Arthur H Nilson, David Darwin, Charles W. Dolan (2003): Design of Concrete Structures, 13th Edition, 2003.
Journals and Magazines
1. Engineering Structures, Elsevier Science ltd 2. Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE. 3. Structural Engineering International Journal, IABSE 4. ACI Structural Journal, ACI 5. Earthquake Spectra, EERI 6. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
Dr. Naveed Anwar Executive Director, AIT Consulting Adjunct Faculty, Structural Engineering School of Engineering and Technology (SET) Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand