Advanced Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Members (CE 803.3)

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CE 803 02 September 2016

Description

The objectives of this course are for the student to become able to: analyze and design reinforced concrete members and structures, recognize the design criteria in CSA Standard A23.3, recognize the fundamental engineering mechanics related to the analysis and design of reinforced concrete members and structures, and document decisions made during the design process in coherent and legible design calculations. Topics may include, but are not limited to: shoring and construction loads; material properties; moment-curvature and load-deflection relationships; column analysis and design including slender columns in frames; bond and development of reinforcement; an introduction to prestressed concrete; shear design using truss models, compression field theory, and the modified compression field theory.

Prerequisite(s)

CE 418 or its equivalent, by permission of instructor.

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