Concrete technology, mechanical behaviour of concrete and reinforcing steel.
2. The basis of design
Extreme situations, combinations of actions and the determination of action effects.
3. Design based on the ultimate limit state in bending with normal forces
The basis of structural design in bending, design of rectangular cross sections in uniaxial bending with normal forces, interaction between moment and axial load for rectangular sections with symmetrical reinforcement in uniaxial bending, rectangular cross sections in biaxial bending with normal force, bending cross sections of the form T or Γ (flanged beams).
4. Constructional configuration rules and detailing of linear elements
Minimum anchorage lengths for reinforcement and minimum concrete cover, constructional configuration rules and the design of detailing for beams and columns.
5. Structurally designing linear elements based on the ultimate limit state in shear
Elements without shear reinforcement, tensile elements with shear reinforcement, behaviour of linear elements in shear under monotonic loading and/or cyclic loading, code regulations for structural design in shear, special cases of shear stress: indirect supports, suspended loads and connections of flanges and webs in flanged beams.
DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE LINEAR ELEMENTS
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|At the end of the course, the student will:
1. Know the technology and mechanical behaviour of concrete and steel materials,
2. Be aware of limit state design and the implementation of an appropriate combination of actions,
3. Be able to structurally design linear reinforced concrete elements based on the ultimate limit state in bending with normal forces,
4. Know how to apply the rules of constructional configuration and detailing of linear reinforced elements in accordance with relevant regulations and
5. Be able to structurally design linear reinforced concrete elements based on the ultimate limit state in shear.