Precast Concrete Structures Second Edition by Kim S. Elliott

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Contents of Precast Concrete Structures PDF

  • What is precast concrete
  • Why is precast different?
  • Precast concrete structures
  • Why choose a precast structure?
  • Materials used in precast structures
  • Concrete
  • Concrete for precast production
  • Concrete for precast floor elements
  • Young’s modulus and modular ratios
  • Shrinkage and creep
  • Fire resistance and axis distance to rebars and tendons
  • Columns
  • Unbraced columns
  • Walls
  • Beams
  • Reduced additional axis distance Δa
  • Floor slabs
  • Mix design
  • Exposure, cover and strength
  • Mortars and grouts
  • Dry pack
  • Aggregates
  • Substitute materials
  • Admixtures
  • Water
  • Mesh
  • Stainless steel rebars
  • Prestressing tendons
  • Structural steel, welding, inserts and bolts
  • Structural steelwork
  • Welding
  • Cast-in fixings and lifting devices
  • Bolting
  • Cast-in sockets and anchorage
  • Non-cementitious materials
  • Precast frame analysis
  • Types of precast concrete structures
  • Simplified frame analysis
  • Substructuring methods
  • Two-dimensional plane frames
  • Design loads on beams and frames
  • Serviceability limit state
  • Ultimate limit state
  • Instability limit state
  • Accidental limit state
  • Gravity and horizontal ultimate loads on frames
  • Permanent, variable and wind actions
  • Horizontal forces due to imperfections
  • Beam subframe
  • Upper floor column subframe
  • Ground floor column subframe
  • Connection design
  • Stabilising methods
  • Comparison of standard designs to BS and Eurocodes
  • Reinforced concrete rectangular beam
  • Reinforced concrete rectangular column
  • Prestressed concrete slab
  • A Appendix A: Summary of Eurocode EC : Design of concrete structures
  • General rules and rules for buildings, BS EN , Part –
  • Summary of Eurocode EC : Design for fire BS EN , Part –
  • B Appendix B: Summary of relevant items in PD – :
  • Precast concrete floors
  • Precast concrete flooring options
  • Flooring arrangements
  • Definitions of precast floor units and slab fields
  • Lateral load distribution in discrete precast floor units
  • Discritization of floor slab loads in individual units
  • Structural design of individual units
  • Flexural capacity
  • Serviceability limit state of flexure
  • Serviceability limit state of flexure: Calculation model
  • Serviceability limit state of bending
  • Ultimate limit state of flexure
  • Deflection
  • Ultimate shear capacity
  • Shear capacity in the uncracked region, VRd,c
  • Shear capacity in the flexurally cracked region VRd,cr
  • Shear capacity of hollow core units due
  • to combined stress in the webs
  • Bearing capacity
  • Design of composite floors
  • Precast floors with composite toppings
  • Flexural analysis for composite prestressed concrete elements
  • Serviceability state of stress
  • Relative shrinkage between in situ
  • topping to precast unit
  • Ultimate limit state of bending
  • Ultimate shear capacity of composite sections
  • Propping
  • Deflections in composite slabs
  • Interface shear stress in composite slabs
  • Calculation of crack width in prestressed concrete sections
  • Composite plank floor
  • Types of composite planks: reinforced and prestressed
  • Design for flexure during handling and in service
  • Shear capacity
  • Interface shear stress due to Stage loads
  • Precast concrete beams
  • Types of precast beams
  • Non-composite reinforced concrete beams
  • Ultimate moment of resistance
  • Type I beam
  • Type II beam
  • Calculating As and A¢
  • s from the design moment MEd
  • Ultimate shear resistance
  • Minimum areas and bar diameters and spacing
  • Section properties in cracked and uncracked sections
  • Boot design
  • Composite reinforced beams
  • Design in flexure of composite reinforced concrete beams
  • Deflections in composite r c beams
  • Non-composite prestressed beams
  • Flexural design
  • Ultimate flexural design
  • Anchorage length for ultimate limit state in beams with strands
  • Shear in prestressed beams
  • Composite prestressed beam design
  • Flexural design
  • Propping
  • Horizontal interface shear
  • Precast reinforced concrete deep beam walls
  • Definitions and background information
  • Equivalent strut-and-tie analogy
  • Deep beam walls with cantilevers
  • Bottom-loaded deep beam walls
  • Continuous spans in deep beam walls
  • Precast concrete columns
  • Precast concrete columns
  • Geometry, strength and general requirements
  • Fire requirements for reinforced concrete columns
  • Method A for first-order efi/h ≤
  • Method B for first-order efi/h ≤
  • Unbraced columns
  • Column design
  • Column design for factory handling
  • Column design for pitching and erection
  • Ultimate limit state design of columns
  • Ultimate column N–M capacity
  • Design rules in BS EN – – for columns in precast structures
  • Slender columns and second-order moments
  • Columns subjected to biaxial bending moments
  • Reduction factors for imposed load in several storeys
  • Columns in unbraced structures
  • Columns in partially braced structures
  • Shear walls
  • Horizontal and vertical stability of precast concrete structures
  • Precast concrete shear walls
  • Distribution of horizontal loading
  • Infill shear walls
  • Precast concrete infill walls
  • Brickwork (or blockwork) infill walls
  • Cantilever walls
  • Horizontal floor diaphragms
  • Introduction to floor diaphragms
  • Shear transfer mechanism
  • Edge profile and tie steel details
  • Design of floor diaphragm
  • Limiting stresses
  • Reinforcement design
  • Shear stiffness
  • Diaphragm action in composite floors with structural toppings
  • Joints and connections
  • Definitions
  • Basic mechanisms
  • Compression joints
  • Bearing in plain concrete
  • Concentrated loads in bearing
  • Reinforced and plate-reinforced concrete bearings
  • Bearing pads
  • Shear joints
  • Shear adhesion and bonding
  • Shear friction
  • Shear keys
  • Dowel action
  • Mechanical shear devices
  • Tension joints
  • Pin-jointed connections
  • Pinned connections between vertical and horizontal elements
  • Simply supported slabs on beams or walls
  • Moment-resisting connections
  • Design philosophy for moment-resisting connections
  • Structural elements in a moment-resisting connection
  • Floor connections at load-bearing walls
  • Beam-to-column face connections
  • Welded plate connector
  • Steel billet connector
  • Semi-rigid beam-to-column face connections
  • Theoretical derivations for the connection
  • flexural strength and stiffness
  • Beam and column connections
  • Types of beam and column connections
  • Beam-to-column connections
  • Hidden connections to continuous columns – Type IA
  • Column insert design at Z
  • Additional reinforcement welded to inserts
  • Narrow-plate column inserts
  • Connections to columns using corbels
  • Mechanical connections to corbels
  • Shallow corbels
  • Deep corbels
  • Beam end shear design
  • Shallow recess
  • Deep recess
  • Steel shear boxes
  • Column foundation connections
  • Columns on base plates
  • Columns in pockets
  • Columns on grouted sleeves
  • Columns on steel shoes
  • Ties in precast concrete structures
  • Ties in precast concrete structures
  • Design for robustness and avoidance of progressive collapse
  • Categorization of buildings
  • The fully tied solution
  • Tie forces
  • Tie forces in codes and the National Annex
  • Non-linear static analysis
  • Horizontal floor and beam ties
  • Horizontal ties to columns
  • Vertical ties
  • Design exercise for -storey precast skeletal frame
  • Description of project
  • Feasibility study information
  • Imposed characteristic loads, densities and partial load factors
  • Bearings and production and construction data
  • Materials
  • Ultimate load combinations
  • Solution
  • Introduction
  • Frame stability
  • Sway due to imperfection at foundation
  • Frame stability in NS direction
  • Frame stability in EW direction
  • Sway due to imperfection at first to second floor
  • Frame stability in the NS direction
  • Frame stability in the EW direction
  • Sway due to imperfection above the third floor
  • Frame stability in the NS direction
  • Frame stability in the EW direction
  • Precast hollow core floor diaphragm
  • NS direction with diaphragm spanning EW
  • EW direction with diaphragm spanning NS
  • Floor slab design
  • Hollow core floors
  • Floor slab at cantilever
  • Edge beams
  • Edge beam design for column centres = m
  • Edge beam design for column centres = m
  • Gable edge beam design for column centres = m
  • Internal beams
  • Internal beam design for column centres = m
  • Composite prestressed concrete beam
  • for column centres = m
  • Composite prestressed concrete beam for column centres = m
  • Composite prestressed concrete beam
  • for column centres = m
  • Column design
  • General information
  • Slenderness checks
  • Edge column at m centres: fifth to
  • seventh and seventh to ninth floors
  • Edge column at m centres: Foundation
  • to third floor and third to fifth floors
  • Design of double-sided steel billet at
  • edge beam–column connection
  • Internal column between and m
  • centres: Fourth to sixth floors
  • Internal column between and m
  • centres: Foundation to second floor
  • Design of double-sided steel billet at
  • internal beam–column connection
  • Stability ties
  • Horizontal floor and beam ties
  • Edge column ties
  • Vertical ties to edge and internal columns
  • Staircase
  • Flight
  • Double landing-flight
  • Floor landing

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