Reinforced Concrete Structures by Park and Paulay

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  • THE DESIGN APPROACH
  • Development of Working Stress and Ultimate Strength Design Procedures
  • Design for Strength and Serviceability
  • ACI Strength and Serviceability Design Method
  • Strength Provisions,
  • Serviceability Provisions,
  • Ductility Provisions,
  • Considerations of Member Strength
  • Development of Member Strength,
  • Ideal Strength,
  • Dependable Strength,
  • Probable Strength,
  • Overstrength,
  • Relationships Between Different Strengths,
  • STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONSHIPS FOR CONCRETE AND STEEL
  • Concrete
  • Uniaxial Stress Behavior,
  • Combined Stress Behavior,
  • Concrete Confinement by Reinforcement,
  • Creep of Concrete,
  • Shrinkage of Concrete,
  • Steel Reinforcement
  • Bar Shape and Sizes,
  • Monotonic Stress Behavior,
  • Repeated Stress Behavior,
  • Reversed Stress Behavior,
  • References
  • BASIC ASSUMPTIONS OF THEORY FOR FLEXURAL STRENGTH
  • Basic Behavior Assumptions
  • Equivalent Rectangular Stress Block
  • Concrete Strain at the Flexural Strength
  • Nonrectangular Compressed Areas
  • Effects of Slow Rates of Loading and of Sustained Load
  • Summary of Recommendations for the Determination of the
  • Strength of Sections with Flexure and Axial Load
  • References
  • STRENGTH OF MEMBERS WITH FLEXURE
  • Rectangular Sections
  • Analysis of Singly Reinforced Sections,
  • Design of Singly Reinforced Sections,
  • Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Sections,
  • Design of Doubly Reinforced Sections,
  • T and I Sections
  • Analysis of T and I Sections,
  • Design of T and I Sections,
  • Effective Width of T Beams,
  • Sections Having Bars at Various Levels or Steel Lacking a
  • Well-Defined Yield Strength
  • Biaxial Bending of Sections I
  • Lateral Instability of Beams
  • References
  • STRENGTH OF MEMBERS WITH FLEXURE AND AXIAL LOAD
  • Introduction
  • Axially Loaded Short Columns
  • Eccentrically Loaded Short Columns with Uniaxial Bending
  • Introduction,
  • Analysis of Rectangular Sections with Bars at One or
  • Two Faces,
  • Design of Rectangular Sections with Bars at One or
  • Two Faces,
  • Rectangular Sections with Bars at Four Faces,
  • Sections with Bars in Circular Array,
  • Design Charts and Tables,
  • Eccentrically Loaded Short Columns with Biaxial Bending
  • General Theory,
  • Approximate Methods of Analysis and Design for
  • Biaxial Bending,
  • Design Charts,
  • Slender Columns
  • Behavior of Slender Columns,
  • “Exact” Design Approach for Slender Columns,
  • Approximate Design Approach for Slender Columns:
  • The Moment Magnifier Method,
  • References
  • ULTIMATE DEFORMATION AND DUCTILITY OF MEMBERS WITH FLEXURE
  • Introduction
  • Moment-Curvature Relationships
  • Curvature of a Member,
  • Theoretical Moment-Curvature Determination,
  • Ductility of Unconfined Beam Sections
  • Yield and Ultimate Moment and Curvature,
  • Code-Specified Ductility Requirements for Beams,
  • Ductility of Unconfined Column Sections
  • Members with Confined Concrete
  • Effect of Confining the Concrete,
  • Compressive Stress Block Parameters for Concrete
  • Confined by Rectangular Hoops,
  • Theoretical Moment-Curvature Curves for Sections
  • with Confined Concrete,
  • Flexural Deformations of Members
  • Calculation of Deformations from Curvatures,
  • Additional Effects on the Deformations of Members
  • Calculated from Curvatures,
  • Idealized Ultimate Deformations Calculated from
  • Curvatures,
  • Empirical Expressions for Ultimate Plastic Rotation
  • Calculated from Curvatures,
  • Alternative Approach to the Calculation of Deformations Based on the Summation of Discrete Rotations at Cracks,
  • Deformations of Members With Cyclic Loading
  • Moment-Curvature Relationships,
  • Load-Deformation Behavior,
  • Application of Theory
  • References
  • STRENGTH AND DEFORMATION OF MEMBERS WITH SHEAR
  • Introduction
  • The Concept of Shear Stresses
  • The Mechanism of Shear Resistance in Reinforced Concrete
  • Beams Without Shear Reinforcement
  • The Formation of Diagonal Cracks,
  • Equilibrium in the Shear Span of a Beam,
  • The Principal Mechanisms of Shear Resistance,
  • Size Effects,
  • Shear Failure Mechanisms,
  • The Design for Shear of Beams Without Web Reinforcement,
  • The Mechanism of Shear Resistance in Reinforced Concrete
  • Beams with Web Reinforcement
  • The Role of Web Reinforcement,
  • The Truss Mechanism,
  • The Design for Shear of Beams with Web Reinforcement,
  • The Interaction of Flexure and Shear
  • The Effect of Shear on Flexural Steel Requirements,
  • Shear at Plastic Hinges,
  • Interaction Effects in Deep Beams,
  • The Interaction of Shear, Flexure, and Axial Forces
  • Shear and Axial Compression,
  • Shear and Axial Tension,
  • Shear Deformations
  • Uncracked Members,
  • Shear Deformations in Cracked Members,
  • Interface Shear
  • Shear Transfer Across Uncracked Concrete Interfaces,
  • Shear Transfer Across Precracked Concrete Interfaces,
  • Shear Transfer Across Construction Joints,
  • The Effects of Repeated and Cyclic Loading on Shear Strength
  • Effects on the Web Reinforcement,
  • Effects on Interface Shear Transfer,
  • Special Members and Loadings
  • References
  • STRENGTH AND DEFORMATION OF MEMBERS WITH TORSION
  • Introduction
  • Plain Concrete Subject to Torsion
  • Elastic Behavior,
  • Plastic Behavior,
  • Tubular Sections,
  • Beams Without Web Reinforcement Subject to Flexure and Torsion
  • Torsion and Shear in Beams Without Web Reinforcement
  • Torsion Members Requiring Web Reinforcement
  • Combined Shear and Torsion in Beams with Web Reinforcement
  • Combined Flexure and Torsion
  • Torsional Stiffness
  • Torsion in Statically Indeterminate Structures
  • References
  • BOND AND ANCHORAGE
  • Introduction
  • Basic Considerations,
  • Anchorage or Development Bond,
  • Flexural Bond,
  • The Nature of Bond Resistance
  • Basic Features of Bond Resistance,
  • The Position of Bars with Respect to the Placing of the
  • Surrounding Concrete,
  • Bar Profiles and Surface Conditions,
  • The State of Stress in the Surrounding Concrete,
  • The Splitting Failure,
  • Confinement,
  • Repeated and Cyclic Reversed Loading,
  • The Determination of Usable Bond Strength
  • The Anchorage of Bars
  • Stra_ight Anchorages for Bars with Tension,
  • Hook Anchorages for Bars with Tension,
  • Anchorage for Bars with Compression,
  • Anchorage Requirements for Flexural Bond
  • Splices
  • Introduction,
  • Tension Splices,
  • Compression Splices,
  • Mechanical or Contact Splices,
  • References
  • SERVICE LOAD BEHAVIOR
  • Service Load Performance
  • Elastic Theory for Stresses in Members due to Flexure
  • Effective Modulus of Elasticity,
  • Elastic Theory Assumptions,
  • Analysis of Beams Using the Internal Couple
  • Approach,
  • Analysis of Beams Using the Transformed Section
  • Ap_proach,
  • Design of Beams Using the Alternative (Elastic
  • Theory) Method,
  • Analysis of Short Columns,
  • Shrinkage Stresses,
  • Control of Deflections
  • The Need for Deflection Control,
  • Method of Deflection Control,
  • Calculation of Deflections,
  • More Accurate Methods for Calculating Deflections,
  • Control of Cracking
  • The Need for Crack Control,
  • Causes of Cracking,
  • Mechanism of Flexural Cracking,
  • Control of Flexural Cracks in Design,
  • References
  • STRENGTH AND DUCTILITY OF FRAMES
  • Introduction
  • Moment Redistribution and Plastic Hinge Rotation
  • Complete Analysis of Frames
  • Methods for Determining Bending Moment, Shear Force, and
  • Axial Force Distributions at the Ultimate Load for Use in Design
  • The Elastic Bending Moment Diagram,
  • The Elastic Bending Moment Diagram Modified for
  • Moment Redistribution,
  • Limit Design,
  • Limit Design Methods
  • ACI-ASCE Committee Report,
  • Available Limit Design Methods,
  • General Method for Calculating Required Plastic
  • Hinge Rotations,
  • Calculation of Service Load Moments and Stresses,
  • Comments on Limit Design,
  • Design for Seismic Loading
  • Basic Concepts,
  • Displacement Ductility Requirements,
  • Curvature Ductility Requirements,
  • Determining Curvature Ductility Demand of Multistory Frames Using Static Collapse Mechanisms,
  • Determining Curvature Ductility Demand of Multistory Frames Using Nonlinear Dynamic Analyses,
  • Additional Factors in Analysis for Ductility,
  • ACI Code Special Provisions for Seismic Design of
  • Ductile Frames,
  • Discussion of ACI Code Special Provisions for
  • Seismic Design of Ductile Frames,
  • An Alternative Procedure for Calculating Special
  • Transverse Reinforcement for Confinement in the
  • Plastic Hinge Zones of Columns,
  • Earthquake Energy Dissipation by Special Devices,
  • Capacity Design for Seismic Loading of Frames,
  • References
  • SHEAR WALLS OF MULTISTORY BUILDINGS
  • Introduction
  • The Behavior of Cantilever Walls
  • Tall Walls Having Rectangular Cross Sections,
  • Squat Shear Walls Having Rectangular Cross
  • Sections,
  • Flanged Cantilever Shear Walls,
  • Moment-Axial Load Interaction for Shear Wall Sections,
  • Interaction of Cantilever Shear Walls with Each Other,
  • Interaction of Shear Walls and Rigid Jointed Frames
  • Shear Walls With Openings
  • Coupled Shear Walls
  • Introduction,
  • The Laminar Analysis Used to Predict Linear Elastic Response,
  • Elastoplastic Behavior of Coupled Shear Walls,
  • Experiments with Coupled Shear Walls,
  • Summary of Design Principles,
  • References
  • THE ART OF DETAILING
  • Introduction
  • The Purpose of Reinforcement
  • Directional Changes oflnternal Forces
  • The Detailing of Beams
  • Localities for Anchorage,
  • Interaction of Flexural and Shear Reinforcement,
  • The Detailing of Support and Load Points,
  • Cutting Off the Flexural Reinforcement,
  • The Detailing of Compression Members
  • Brackets and Corbels
  • Behavior,
  • Failure Mechanisms,
  • Proportioning and Detailing of Corbels,
  • Other Types of Bracket,
  • Deep Beams
  • Introduction,
  • Simply Supported Beams,
  • Continuous Deep Beams,
  • Web Reinforcement in Deep Beams,
  • Introduction of Concentrated Loads,
  • Beam-Column Joints
  • Introduction,
  • Knee Joints,
  • Exterior Joints of Multistory Plane Frames,
  • Interior Joints of Multistory Plane Frames,
  • Suggestions for the Detailing of Joints,
  • Joints of Multistory Space Frames,

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