**CHAPTER 1 REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES**

- Introduction
- Reinforced concrete members
- Reinforced concrete behavior

**CHAPTER 2 MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES**

- Concrete
- Compressive strength
- Tensile strength
- Modulus of elasticity
- Creep and shrinkage
- Steel Reinforcement

**CHAPTER 3 DESIGN METHODS AND REQUIREMENTS**

- ACI Building Code
- Working stress method
- Strength design method
- Safety provisions
- Load factors and strength reduction factors

**CHAPTER 4 FLEXURE IN BEAMS **

- Introduction
- Reinforced concrete beam behavior
- The equivalent rectangular compressive stress distribution (compressive stress block)
- Types of failure and strain limits
- The balanced condition
- Upper (maximum) and lower (minimum) steel percentages
- Spacing limits and concrete protection for reinforcement
- Analysis of singly reinforced concrete rectangular sections for flexure
- Design of singly reinforced concrete rectangular sections for flexure
- Doubly reinforced concrete sections (sections with compression reinforcement)
- Analysis of doubly reinforced concrete sections
- Design of doubly reinforced concrete sections
- Reinforced concrete flanged sections (T- and L- sections)
- Effective width
- Analysis of T-sections
- Minimum reinforcement of flexural T-section members
- Analysis of the positive-moment capacity of a T-section
- Analysis of the negative-moment capacity of a T-section
- Design of T-section

**CHAPTER 5 SHEAR IN BEAMS**

- Introduction
- Critical sections for shear design
- Types of web reinforcement
- Design procedure for shear

**CHAPTER 6 COLUMNS: COMBINED AXIAL LOAD AND BENDING**

- Types of columns
- Behavior of axially loaded columns
- ACI Code limitations
- Design of tied and spiral short concentrically loaded columns
- Eccentrically loaded columns: Axial load and bending
- Load-Moment (Strength) interaction diagram
- Balanced strain condition – Rectangular sections
- Nominal strength of a compression-controlled rectangular section ( )
- Nominal strength of a rectangular section having ( )
- Design for strength. Practical design approach
- Biaxially loaded columns
- Square and rectangular columns under biaxial bending. Bresler reciprocal method

**CHAPTER 7 SLENDER COLUMNS**

- Introduction
- Nonsway and sway frames
- Buckling of axially loaded elastic columns. The effective column length
- Effective length factor
- Limitation of the slenderness ratio ( )
- Nonsway (braced) frames
- Sway (unbraced) frames
- Moment-magnifier design method
- Magnified Moments in Nonsway Frames
- Magnified Moments in Sway Frames

**CHAPTER 8 ONE-WAY SLABS**

- Types of slabs
- Analysis of continuous beams and frames
- Analysis and design of one-way solid slabs
- ACI code limitations
- Minimum reinforcement ratio
- Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement
- Reinforcement details
- One-way joist floors and one-way ribbed slabs
- Design of one-way ribbed slab

**CHAPTER 9 TWO-WAY SLABS**

- Introduction
- Types of two-way slabs
- Economical choice of concrete floor systems
- Minimum thickness of two-way slabs
- Slab reinforcement requirements
- Shear strength of two-way slabs
- Two-Way Slabs Supported on Beams
- Two-Way Slabs Without Beams
- Tributary Areas for Shear in Two-Way Slabs
- Shear Reinforcement in Two-Way Slabs Without Beams
- Analysis and design of two-way slabs
- Slab analysis by the coefficient method
- Slab analysis by the direct design method (DDM)
- Limitations on the Use of the Direct-Design Method
- Column and middle strips
- Total Static Moment at Factored Loads
- Assignment of positive and negative moments
- Lateral Distribution of Moments (between Column Strips and Middle Strips)
- Slab analysis by the equivalent frame method (EFM)
- Shear design in flat plates

**CHAPTER 10 STAIRS**

- Introduction
- Types of stairs
- Slab type stairs. Structural system

**CHAPTER 11 FOOTINGS AND FOUNDATIONS**

- Introduction
- Types of footings
- Distribution of soil pressure. Gross and net soil pressures
- Design considerations
- Size of footings
- One-way shear (Beam shear)
- Two-way shear (Punching shear)
- Flexural strength and footing reinforcement
- Transfer of Load from Column to Footing
- Bearing Strength
- Spread (isolated) footings
- Strip (wall) footings
- Footings under eccentric column loads
- Combined footings
- Continuous footings
- Mat foundations

**CHAPTER 12 DEVELOPMENT, ANCHORAGE, AND SPLICING OF REINFORCEMENT**

- Introduction
- Flexural bond
- Mechanism of bond transfer
- Development length
- Hooked anchorages
- Bar cutoffs and development of bars in flexural members
- Development of positive moment reinforcement
- Development of negative moment reinforcement
- Reinforcement continuity and structural integrity requirements
- Splices of reinforcement

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