Structures

Austin Pan

T.Y. Lin International, San Francisco, CA

7.1 Introduction 7-2

7.2 Design Codes 7-3

7.3 Material Properties 7-4

7.4 Design Objectives 7-5

7.5 Design Criteria 7-5

7.6 Design Process 7-5

7.7 Modeling of Reinforced Concrete for Structural Analysis 7-6

7.8 Approximate Analysis of Continuous Beams and One-Way Slabs 7-6

7.9 Moment Redistribution 7-7

7.10 Second-Order Analysis Guidelines 7-7

7.11 Moment-Curvature Relationship of Reinforced

Concrete Members 7-8

7.12 Member Design for Strength 7-9

Ultimate Strength Design • Beam Design • One-Way Slab Design • T-Beam Design • One-Way Joist Design

7.13 Two-Way Floor Systems 7-20

Two-Way Slab with Beams • Flat Plates • Flat Slabs with Drop Panels and/or Column Capitals • Waffle Slabs

7.14 Columns 7-28

Capacity of Columns under Pure Compression • Preliminary Sizing of Columns • Capacity of Columns under Combined Axial Force and Moment • Detailing of Column Longitudinal Reinforcement • Shear Design of Columns • Detailing of Column Hoops and Ties • Design of Spiral Columns • Detailing of Columns Spirals • Detailing of Column to Beam Joints • Columns Subject to Biaxial Bending • Slender Columns • Moment Magnifier Method

7.15 Walls 7-36

Shear Design of Walls

7.16 Torsion Design 7-37

Design of Torsional Reinforcement • Detailing of Torsional Reinforcement

7.17 Reinforcement Development Lengths, Hooks, and Splices 7-40

Tension Development Lengths • Compression Development Lengths • Standard Hooks • Splices

7.18 Deflections 7-42

7.19 Drawings, Specifications, and Construction 7-44

Notation 7-44

Useful Web Sites 7-47

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