Ip-Design of Rcc Structures

March 28, 2018 | Author: Abhishek Negi | Category: Technical Drawing, Bending, Column, Applied And Interdisciplinary Physics, Civil Engineering


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Lovely Professional University,PunjabFormat For Instruction Plan [for Courses with Lectures and Labs ] Course No. CIV302 Course Title: DESIGN OF RCC STRUCTURES L: 4 T: 0 P: 2 Cr: 5 Course Planner :- 14354 :: Amit Chandra TextBook 1. S Pillai and D Menon, “Reinforced concrete design”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company Ltd. Other Specific Books 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Other Readings P Dayaratnam, “ Design of reinforced concrete structures”, Standard Publisher. S.N.Sinha , “Reinforced concrete design”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company Ltd. Sushil Kumar, “ Design of R.C.C structures” , Standard Publisher Design of Optimally Reinforced RC Beam, Column, and Wall Sections Mark Aschheim,1 Enrique Hernández-Montes,2 and Luisa María Gil-Martín3 IS 456:2000 ; Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete Sr. No. Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles, Complete reference) 7 8 9 10 11 A Probabilistic Analysis System for Determining Internal/Interface Shear Strength Bo Gao,1 Rafael Ospina,2 Henry Mock,3 and Claudia Moeller4 Statistical Analyses of Strength of Slender RC Columns W. Zhou and H. P. Hong Optimal Strength and Stiffness Design of Beams S. Kanagasundaram1 and Bhushan L. Karihaloo2 Economic Design Optimization of Foundations Yu Wang,1 M.ASCE and Fred H. Kulhawy,2 Dist.M.ASCE Simulation of Punching Failure in Reinforced-Concrete Structures P. Menétrey, R. Walther, T. Zimmermann, K. J. Willam, and P. E. Regan Relevant Websites Sr. No. Web adress (only if relevant to the courses) Salient Features 12 13 WWW.nptel.ac.in http://pubs.asce.org/journals/structural/ Web Courses American society of civil engineering journals(Search library) Page 1 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 Chapter 4 101105 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 95-101 ->Reference :1. planned Part 1 Week 1 Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4 Introduction to reinforced cement concrete Concrete mix design Reinforcing steel Design concepts. Lecture No. working stress.14 15 16 http://en.globalspec.Ch 3 P 77-86 ->Reference :1. limit stress Probabilistic analysis and design Code recommendation for limit state design Behaviour in flexure: theory of flexure Modular ratio and cracking moment Flexure behaviour of reinforced concrete Analysis and design of singly reinforced flanged section Analysis and design of doubly reinforced rectangular and flanged section for service loads ->Reference :3.Ch 3 P 80-84 ->Reference :1.org/sto/ www.Chapter 1 40-43 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 122127 ->Reference :1.Ch 3 P 87-90 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 105122 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 128133 Term Paper 1 Allocation HomeWork 1 Allocation Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching. Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Week 2 Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Lecture 7 Lecture 8 Week 3 Lecture 9 Lecture 10 Lecture 11 Page 2 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 .Chapter 1 26-40 ->Reference :3.com Everything of Reinforced concrete Journals of RCC Design The Engineering Search Engine Detailed Plan For Lectures Week No.wikipedia. Topic Chapters/Sections of Textbook/other reference Homework to be Assigned to students Pedagogical tool Demonstration/case study/images/anmation ctc.aip.Chapter 1 15-26 ->Reference :3.org/wiki/Reinforced_concrete http://ascelibrary. . design shear strength without shear reinforcement Design shear strength with shear reinforcement Interface shear and shear friction Design for torsion. equilibrium torsion ->Reference :1.Chapter 5 169181 ->Reference :1.Chapter 6 225232 ->Reference :1. shear stresses in rectangular beams Shear failure modes.Chapter 6 232236 ->Reference :1.Chapter 6 242251 ->Reference :1.Chapter 5 197203 ->Reference :1.Chapter 5 210221 ->Reference :1. rectangular sections Analysis at ultimate limit state.Chapter 5 189196 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 147153 Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Part 2 Week 4 Lecture 14 Analysis at ultimate limit state. doubly reinforced sections Design of beams and oneway slabs in flexure Design of singly reinforced rectangular section Design of continuous oneway slabs Design of doubly reinforced rectangular sections Design of flanged beam section Curtailment of flexural tension reinforcement Design for shear.Chapter 7 267274 HomeWork 2 Submission Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Page 3 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 . normal shear stress Critical section for shear design.Chapter 4 134147 ->Reference :1.Chapter 6 251263 ->Reference :1.Chapter 6 236241 HomeWork 1 Submission HomeWork 2 Allocation Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 15 Lecture 16 Week 5 Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Lecture 19 Lecture 20 Week 6 Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lecture 23 Lecture 24 Week 7 ->Reference :1.Chapter 5 203210 ->Reference :1. flanged sections ->Reference :1.Part 1 Week 3 Week 4 Lecture 12 Lecture 13 Analysis at ultimate limit state.Chapter 5 181189 ->Reference :1.Chapter 4 153162 ->Reference :1. Chapter 12 552.Chapter 10 391.412 ->Reference :1. mechanism of bond resistance Review of code requirements for bond Serviceability limit states: deflection and cracking.C. triangular and other slabs Design of beam-supported two way slabs Design of staircases.Chapter 10 380. Design of stair slab spanning transversely ->Reference :1.Chapter 11 448.Part 2 Week 7 Lecture 27 Lecture 28 Design strength in torsion Skew bending theory and examples ->Reference :1. classification of columns. introduction Design of wall supported twoway slab Design of circular.Chapter 13 565. members Design of two-way slab systems.Chapter 12 547.Chapter 11 422. short term deflection Long term deflection Cracking in R.Chapter 8 295305 ->Reference :1.454 ->Reference :1.379 ->Reference :1.421 ->Reference :1. types of stair cases.Chapter 10 357. effective length ->Reference :1.447 ->Reference :1.391 ->Reference :1.562 ->Reference :1.552 HomeWork 3 Submission HomeWork 3 Allocation Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 32 Week 9 Lecture 33 Lecture 34 Lecture 35 Lecture 36 Week 10 Lecture 37 Lecture 38 Lecture 39 Part 4 Week 10 Week 11 Lecture 40 Lecture 41 Design of stair slab spanning longitudinally Design of compression members.Chapter 11 454.Chapter 12 533.Chapter 7 279291 Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving MID-TERM Part 3 Week 8 Lecture 29 Lecture 30 Lecture 31 Design for bond.581 HomeWork 4 Allocation Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Page 4 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 .Chapter 11 417.460 ->Reference :1.Chapter 7 274279 ->Reference :1.Chapter 8 305314 ->Reference :1.547 ->Reference :1. 625 ->Reference :1.Part 4 Week 11 Lecture 42 Code requirements on slenderness limit.Chapter 14 655.Chapter 13 581.610 ->Reference :1.Chapter 15 754 Page 5 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 .Chapter 13 610. eccentricities and min.649 ->Reference :1.Chapter 14 674.634 ->Reference :1.Chapter 15 752 ->Reference :1.692 ->Reference :1.Chapter 14 660.Chapter 15 749 Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 54 Lecture 55 Lecture 56 ->Reference :1.Chapter 14 665.Chapter 13 594.665 ->Reference :1. Rein Design of short column under axial compression Design of short column under compression with uniaxial bending Use of interaction diagram Design of short column under compression with biaxial bending Design of slender column Design of footings: types of footings Distribution of base pressure General design considerations and code requirements Design of isolated and wall footings Design of combined footings ->Reference :1.Chapter 13 625.Chapter 14 692.586 ->Reference :1.Chapter 13 586-594 ->Reference :1.660 ->Reference :1.703 Term Paper 1 Submission Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 43 Lecture 44 Week 12 Lecture 45 Lecture 46 Lecture 47 Lecture 48 Week 13 HomeWork 4 Submission Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Class Based Teaching and Problem Solving Lecture 49 Lecture 50 Lecture 51 Lecture 52 Spill Over Week 14 Lecture 53 Good detailing and construction practices: Introduction Design and detailing practices Reinforcement layout Design drawing ->Reference :1.Chapter 15 753 ->Reference :1.674 ->Reference :1.Chapter 13 634. Topic of the Homework Nature of homework (group/individuals/field work Homework 1 Homework 2 Homework 3 Homework 4 Concrete mix design and design of flexure. problem only Design of singly and doubly reinforced section. consider x best out of y components of CA. problem only Group Group Group Group *Normally all the homeworks shall be submitted online but in special courses where homeworks cannot be submited online . problem only Design of two-way slab and staircase.Details of homework and case studies plan Homework No. problem only Design of column. as explained in teacher's guide available on the UMS Page 6 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 . the insructor can edit the mode of submission while entering the IP Details Scheme for CA:out of 100* Component Frequency Out of (If any) Marks for each Total Marks Homework Term Paper Lab Assesment 3 1 4 15 25 30 Total :- 45 25 30 100 * In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100. types of stair cases. Skew bending theory and examples Design of footings: types of footings. Design of stair slab spanning longitudinally Design of Short columns. Topic 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Concrete mix design by Indian standard method Probabilistic analysis and design Analysis at ultimate limit state. Critical section for shear design. Design of circular.List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper) Sr. Design of stair slab spanning transversely. Analysis at ultimate limit state. flanged sections Shear. Design of combined footings *Each experiment of the lab will be evaluated using following relative scheme: Component % of Marks J/E WR VIVA 30 20 50 Page 7 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 . normal shear stress. triangular and other slabs Design of beam-supported two way slabs Design of staircases. rectangular sections. No. Distribution of base pressure. General design considerations and code requirements Design of isolated and wall footings. Torsion behaviours in Beams Shear failure modes. Design of short column under compression with uniaxial bending and Biaxial bending Design of slender columns Short term and Long term Deflection Design strength in torsion. design shear strength without shear reinforcement One way and Two way slabs. Bond. Draw the detailing of different types of column. Draw the sectional elevation of the above building. Ductile Detailing of Beam Column Junctions Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Detailing & Drawing 12 Detailing & Drawing 13 Detailing & Drawing 14 Typical Reinforcement Details for RCC Projects Typical Reinforcement Details for RCC Projects Draw the detailing of footing. Draw the detailing of one way slab. Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Page 8 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 . Draw the detailing of footing.List of experiments :Expt. Draw the detailing of a longitudinal staircase. Draw the detailing of doubly reinforced RCC beam. Draw the front elevation of the above building. No Title Equipment Used Reference of Lab manual Before Mid-Term Detailing & Drawing 1 Detailing & Drawing 2 Detailing & Drawing 3 Detailing & Drawing 4 Detailing & Drawing 5 Detailing & Drawing 6 After Mid-Term Draw a plan of two storey RCC frame structured Building. Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Drawing /Drafting Tools Detailing & Drawing 7 Detailing & Drawing 8 Detailing & Drawing 9 Detailing & Drawing 10 Detailing & Drawing 11 Spill Over Draw the detailing of two way slab. Draw the detailing of singly reinforced RCC beam. Detailing & Drawing 15 Ductile Detailing of Beam Column Junctions Drawing /Drafting Tools Page 9 of 9 Approved for Autumn Session 2010-11 .
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