Reinforced Concrete Design: Axial Compression and Bending
Meets: 12 M to 12 N
Location: Distance Learning Course
|2022 - 2023 On-line Individual||$ 160.00|
|2022 - 2023 DVD Individual||$ 180.00|
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This course is the third in a series on the topic of reinforced concrete design following the American Concrete Institute's Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-11). The first two courses are not prerequisites for this course. Fundamentals of column design are presented. This course focuses on the capacity of columns without slenderness effects. Reinforced Concrete Design: Axial Compression and Bending Discussion and examples illustrate the behavior, principles, and calculations necessary to1. Use an axial load - moment, Pn - Mn, interaction diagram to evaluate the safety of a column cross section
2. Calculate points on the Pn - Mn interaction diagram
3. Determine appropriate strength reduction factor, ?
4. Determine the shear capacity of a column cross section
5. Evaluate the capacity of a column cross section under biaxial bendingPractical tips related to each area of the standard
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|Course Fee (Basic)||2022 - 2023 On-line Individual||$ 160.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||2022 - 2023 DVD Individual||$ 180.00|
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Michael StallingsDr. J. Michael Stallings is Professor of Civil Engineering at Auburn University and is a registered Professional Engineer in Alabama. He holds B.C.E. and M.S. degrees from Auburn University and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. His teaching and research interests include structural analysis and design, experimental study of structural behavior, fatigue and fracture mechanics, and bridge evaluation and rehabilitation. Dr. Stallings is an accomplished researcher and is a past member of technical committees of ASCE and TRB. He has been recognized for his classroom teaching with a Birdsong Merit Teaching Award and Fred H. Pumphrey Teaching Award from the college of engineering, an Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award from Auburn Alumni Association, and he has been selected four times (yearly award) by the students at Auburn as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Faculty Member.