Design of Reinforced Concrete & Prestress Concrete Structures by ABU

Prestressed concrete is used in a wide range of building and civil structures where its improved performance can allow for longer spans, reduced structural thicknesses, and material savings compared with simple reinforced concrete. Typical applications include high-rise buildings, residential slabs, foundation systems, bridge and dam structures, silos and tanks, industrial pavements and nuclear containment structures.

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Created By Ashish Ugale Last Updated Mon, 21-Jan-2019 English
What Will I Learn?
  • Able to Design of RCC Structures such as Flat Slab, Retaining Wall, Combined Footing, Canopies and Parking shed.
  • Able to Analyse Prestressed Concrete rectangular and fanged section under flexure
  • Able to Describe IS provisions for design consideration of different R.C.C. structures and Prestressed Concrete Structures.
  • Able to Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures such as Beam, One Way Single Span Slab and Circular Water Tank
  • Able to Explain the concept of Prestressed Concrete, its types, methods, losses of prestress.

Curriculum For This Course
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Requirements
  • IS 456-2000 PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE
  • IS 1343-1980 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PRESTRESSED CONCRETE
  • IS-3370-1-2009 CONCRETE STRUCTURES FOR STORAGE OF LIQUID-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  • IS-3370-2-2009 CONCRETE STRUCTURES FOR STORAGE OF LIQUID-REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
  • IS-3370-3-1967 CONCRETE STRUCTURES FOR STORAGE OF LIQUID-PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
  • IS-3370-4-1967 CONCRETE STRUCTURES FOR STORAGE OF LIQUID-DESIGN TABLES
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Description
Pre-tensioning is a common prefabrication technique, where the resulting concrete element is manufactured remotely from the final structure location and transported to site once cured. It requires strong, stable end-anchorage points between which the tendons are stretched. These anchorages form the ends of a "casting bed" which may be many times the length of the concrete element being fabricated. This allows multiple elements to be constructed end-on-end in the one pre-tensioning operation, allowing significant productivity benefits and economies of scale to be realized for this method of construction.
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