Strength Design for Reinforced-Concrete Hydraulic Structures is written in sufficient detail to not only provide the designer with design procedures, but also to present examples of their application. A review of general detailing requirements, as well as strength and serviceability requirements, create a strong understanding of the strength-design method. Latter chapters feature examples that demonstrate load-factor application, the design of members subjected to combined flexural and axial loads, the design of members subjected to biaxial bending, and the design for shear strength, including provisions for both special straight and curved members.The guidance in this ETL differed from ACI 31 8 Building Code Requirements and Commentary for Reinforced Concrete primarily in the load factors, the concrete stress- strain relationship, ... with an approach similar to that of ACI 350R-89.
|Title||:||Strength design for reinforced-concrete hydraulic structures|
|Author||:||American Society of Civil Engineers, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers|
|Publisher||:||Amer Society of Civil Engineers - 1993|