Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics And Design

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Reinforced Concrete Mechanics & Design Fifth Edition James K. Wight • James G. MacGregor A multi-tiered approach makes Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics and Design an outstanding textbook for a variety of courses on reinforced concrete design. This new edition has been updated so all chapters are in compliance with the 2008 edition of the ACI Building Code. New problems were developed for chapters where major changes were made, and all of the examples throughout the text were either reworked or checked for accuracy. Other changes include the following: • All flexural analysis of various beam and slab sections is now covered in Chapter 4. After completing this chapter students should be prepared to analyze any beam section they may encounter either in their courses or in a design office. • All flexural design for beams and one-way slabs is covered in Chapter 5. Information on continuous floor systems, which was in Chapter 10 of prior editions, has been moved to Chapter 5. Also, Chapter 5 gives more extensive information on structural analysis of continuous floor systems, including modeling assumptions and the interplay between analysis and design. • Chapter 12 has been significantly modified to comply with changes in the ACI Code for analysis and design of slender columns. A new detailed design example is included to demonstrate the new code provisions. • Chapter 13 includes all of the analysis and design requirements for two-way floor systems, which was previously presented in two chapters. As with Chapter 5, this chapter includes new information on structural analysis and modeling assumptions for continuous two-way floor systems. • An expanded coverage of the yield-line analysis method for two-way slabs, including several examples, is presented in Chapter 14. • In Chapter 18 the discussion of flexural design procedures for shear walls that resist lateral loads, including walls with either uniformly distributed vertical reinforcement or with vertical reinforcement concentrated at the edges of the wall section, has been expanded. Also, a capacity-design approach is presented for the shear design of structural walls that resist earthquake-induced forces. • Appendix A now contains a large number of axial load vs. moment interaction diagrams that incorporate the strength reduction factor. Both students and designers should find these figures very useful.

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  • Copyright 2009
  • Edition 5 Edition
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James K. Wight , James G. MacGregor
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