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RCC STRUCTURE DESIGN – Diploma Civil – V Semester

Key Points of Syllabus of RCC STRUCTURE DESIGN - Diploma Civil - V Semester

Introduction to Limit State Method Specific Objectives

State purpose of reinforcement in RCC

Define limit states

Enlist various types of loads on structures

Content :

Definition of RCC, functions of reinforcement, material properties, use of IS:456-2000 

Definition and types of limit states, partial safety factors for material strength, characteristic strength

Types of loads, use of IS:875-1987, characteristic load, design load

Analysis and Design of Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections by Limit State Method Specific Objectives :

Draw strain and stress diagrams

Calculate design constants and ultimate moment of resistance 

Design balanced and under-reinforced singly reinforced rectangular sections

Content :

Limit State of collapse (flexure) : assumptions, stress-strain relationship for concrete and steel, strain diagram and stress block diagram for singly reinforced section, design parameters and constants, ultimate moment of resistance  Under- reinforced, over-reinforced and balanced sections : meaning and comparison

Analysis and design : Numerical problems on determination of design constants, ultimate moment of resistance, ultimate load carrying capacity, design of balanced and under-reinforced sections

IS specifications regarding spacing, cover, minimum reinforcement, effective span, etc. in beams

Analysis and Design of Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections by Limit State Method

Specific Objectives :

Decide whether beam should be designed as doubly reinforced  Draw strain and stress diagram for beams  Calculate ultimate moment of resistance  Design doubly reinforced balanced beams

Content :

Meaning and conditions for providing doubly reinforced beams

Analysis of doubly reinforced sections : strain and stress diagrams, numerical problems on ultimate moment of resistance

Design of doubly reinforced sections : Numerical problems on balanced design

Analysis and Design of Flanged Beams by Limit State Method

Specific Objectives :

Calculate effective flange width

Determine ultimate moment of resistance

Design flanged beam by carrying out load analysis

Meaning and conditions for formation of flanged (T and L) beams, comparison with rectangular beams, effective width of flange

Analysis of singly reinforced flanged beams : Introduction to cases of neutral axis in i) flange and ii) web. Detailed analysis and numerical problems for the case of neutral axis in the flange only

Design of singly reinforced flanged beams : Numerical problems considering loads from supported slabs and walls for simple plans

Shear and Bond by Limit State Method

Specific Objectives :

Calculate ultimate shear strength of beam

Design beam for shear

Draw reinforcement detailing diagram for shear

Apply check for bond to beams and slabs

5.1 Shear .......(08 marks)

Meaning of shear in RCC beams and slabs. IS code specifications. Various forms of shear reinforcement in beams. Use of bent up bars. Zones of minimum shear reinforcement. Numerical problems on design of beams for shear

5.2 Bond ...........(04 marks)

Meaning of bond in RCC. IS code provisions. Meaning and calculation development length in tension and compression. Check for bond for simply supported and cantilever beams and slabs

Design of Slabs by Limit State Method

Specific Objectives :

Decide type of slab from the given plan

Design various types of slabs

Draw reinforcement detailing diagram for slabs Content

Definition and classification of slabs as one-way and two-way slabs, support conditions, main and distribution steel, I.S. specifications regarding spacing and cover for reinforcement, effective span, minimum reinforcement

Limit state of serviceability for slabs : check for deflection

Design of slabs : Procedure and numerical problems on design of one-way simply supported slabs, cantilever slabs, two-way simply supported slabs with corners free to lift and waist slab of dog-legged staircase  Introduction to continuous one-way and two-way slabs : Meaning, advantages and typical reinforcement detailing diagrams (No numerical problems)

Design of Columns and Footings by Limit State Method

Specific Objectives :

Calculate ultimate load carrying capacity of a given axially loaded column

Design a column and draw reinforcement detailing

Design isolated sloped footing and draw reinforcement detailing

Content : 7.1

Axially Loaded Short Columns (12 marks)

Limit state of collapse in compression :

assumptions, minimum eccentricity, slenderness ratio, short and long columns, calculation of ultimate load carrying capacity of axially loaded short rectangular and circular columns  Load analysis for a column

calculation of load on an axially loaded column from beams at a floor and at various floor levels in a building

Design of axially loaded short rectangular and circular columns

problems on design as per IS specifications for minimum and maximum reinforcement, transverse reinforcement, cover, etc

Reinforcement detailing at the floor to floor joints

7.2 Axially Loaded Footings … (04 marks)

Introduction to various types of RCC footings like isolated stepped and sloped footings, combined footings, piles

Design of isolated square sloped footing

Flexural design with checks for one-way shear, two-way shear and bond. (Problems on design of footing for bending moment only in theory examination paper) 08 16

Seismicity and Ductile Detailing

Specific Objectives :

Define basic terms in seismicity

Draw ductile detailing diagrams for common RCC members as per IS:13920-2002

Content

Definition, magnitude and intensity of earthquake. Zones

Earthquake damages to RCC Buildings like bond failure, shear cracking, slab tearing. Remedies

Ductile Detailing Provisions in IS:13920-200

Topic 9

Introduction to Prestressed Concrete

Specific Objectives

Compare prestressed concrete with RCC

Distinguish between pre-tensioning and posttensioning

Enlist losses of prestress

Content

Meaning of prestressed concrete, comparison with RCC.

Advantages and disadvantages of prestressed concrete.

Methods of prestressing, pretensioning and posttensioning

Losses of prestress : meaning and list of losses

(No numerical problems shall be asked in written examination on this chapter)

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