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California Polytechnic State University Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Prof. Damian I. Kachlakev, PhD, PE

CE 355 REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN Instructor: Prof. Damian I. Kachlakev, Ph.D., P.E. (Office phone: 756-2755; Office Location: 192-127; e-mail: dkachlak@calpoly.edu) Class Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday: noon to 1:30 pm Lab Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday: 3:10 pm to 6:00 pm Learning Objectives: Students apply concepts learned in strength of materials to the analysis and design of reinforced concrete sections. Students simplify structures and proportion members while considering ease of construction, economy, and safety. Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday: 11 am to noon or by appointment Text: Reinforced Concrete Design CE 355 (Cal Poly SLO) based on Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, by Nelson, Darwin & Dolan, Edition 14, 2012 or newer, McGraw Hill Design Code: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (318-11), the American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 2011 or newer Grading Policy: Course grades will be assigned on the basic of individuals weighted course averages using the following weighting factors and performance level: Homework: 10 %; Two Exams: 30 % each; Design project and lab report: 30%. Tentative Course Outline: 1. Introduction a. Reinforced Concrete Structures b. Concrete as an Engineering Material c. Reinforcement Properties d. Design Process and Objectives of the Design e. Design Procedures Specified in the ACI-318 2. Flexure in Rectangular R/C Beams a. Flexural theory b. Analysis of Singly Reinforced R/C Beams c. Methods of Design of Singly Reinforced R/C Beams d. Flexure in Doubly Reinforced R/C Beams e. Doubly Reinforced R/C Beams Analysis f. Design of Doubly Reinforced R/C Beams

California Polytechnic State University Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Prof. Damian I. Kachlakev, PhD, PE

3. T- Beams and Slabs a. One-Way Slabs Analysis b. T- Beam Analysis c. T- Beam Design for Moment d. Strain Limit Analysis e. Redistribution of Moments in Continuous RC Beams 4. Shear in R/C Beams a. Basic Theory b. Behavior of Beams Failing in Shear c. Analysis and Design of R/C Beams for Shear 5. Development, Splicing and Anchorage of Steel Reinforcement a. Bond Strength b. Anchorage of Steel Rebars c. Development Length d. Lap Splicing of Steel Rebars 6. R/C Columns a. Introduction b. Strength of R/C Columns with Small Eccentricity c. ACI 318 Code Requirements d. Analysis of Short Columns e. Design of Short Columns f. Load-Moment Relationship g. Analysis of Short Columns with Large Eccentricity 7. Serviceability a. Elastic Analysis b. Deflections c. Cracking d. Fatigue