Reinforced Cement Concrete by SMD

Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) Subject deals with knowledge of Cement, Aggregate and Preparation of concrete. This subject starts the curiosity regarding concrete properties and their uses in construction. RCC also help you as a students to doctor of Construction. After learning this subject, you can suggest types of cement, sand and aggregate, admixture and IS code provisions to development of construction.

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Created By Sarang Dhawade Last Updated Fri, 01-Feb-2019 English
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will understand the general mechanical behavior of concrete.
  • Students will be able to analyze special concreting and grouting.
  • Students will become familiar with the reinforced concrete and construction process.
  • Students will be required to design a concrete mix design and form, pour, construct, and test a reinforced concrete beam.
  • Students will be able to analyze and design reinforced concrete flexural members.

Curriculum For This Course
5 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
RCC - I Theory Video
2 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
  • Manufacturing of Cement 1 NA
  • Manufacturing of Cement 2 NA
  • Properties of Cement & Types of Cement NA
  • Aggregate NA
  • Question Bank-Theory RCC - I NA
Requirements
  • Types of Seive (IS 460), IS 456:2000, IS 10262:2009.
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Description
Reinforced cement concrete (R.C.C) is the combination of ordinary concrete with the reinforcement to increase its compressive and tensile strength to a great extent. Concrete is a versatile material for modern construction which is prepared by mixing well-proportioned quantities of cement, sand, crushed rock or gravel, admixture and water. It has been used from foundations to the rooftops of buildings, in the construction of highways roads traffic, and hydro-power tunnels, irrigation canals, drains, and all other conceivable structures. Nature of Reinforced Cement Concrete: The main principle in the preparation of the reinforced cement concrete is to make a structural material in which (i) Steel serves the purpose of bearing the main tensile stresses; (ii) concrete bears the main compressive forces, both acting in complete unison;
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