Reinforced Concrete Design: Flexure and Shear
Meets: 12 M to 12 N
Location: Distance Learning Course
2019 - 2020 On-line Individual: $180.00
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This course is the first in a series on the topic of reinforced concrete design following the American Concrete Institute's Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-11). Fundamentals of design and analysis of singly reinforced rectangular beams for flexure and shear are presented. Reinforced Concrete Design: Flexure and Shear. This course is designed for engineers seeking a presentation of basic principles of reinforced concrete design. Level of material presented is comparable to a senior-level university course. Engineers who are changing focus of their careers or who only occasionally design flexural members will find this course of particular interest..
Discussion and examples illustrate the behavior, principles, and calculations necessary to:
1. Use the equivalent rectangular stress block to determine the factored moment resistance of a singly reinforced rectangular beam cross sectionprocess.
2. Determine the cross section size, and amount and placement of tension reinforcement required to safely resist an applied bending moment, control flexural cracking, and meet ACI Code specified thickness-to-span ratios for control of deflections
3. Calculate net tensile strain and determine whether the tension reinforcement meets the ACI Code requirements for maximum and minimum reinforcement
4. Determine the stirrup spacing required to meet ACI Code requirements for resisting shear
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|Course Fee (Basic)||2019 - 2020 On-line Individual||$ 180.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||2019 - 2020 CD/DVD Individual||$ 200.00|
|Optional Fee||Workbook (For Online Orders)||$ 21.25|
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