MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 24 lectures (6h 37m) | Size: 2.21 GB
RCC Design of Beams, Columns and Slabs
What you’ll learn
You will understand the key concepts of IS456 design methodology.
You will understand the Bond, Development length and its applications.
You will be able to Design Beams, Columns and Slabs.
You will be able to determine minimum design requirements for Beam, Column and Slabs.
Basic Concepts of Civil Engineering. Course designed with fundamentals, so every one can join.
Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
In this course, we will cover the fundamental concepts and methods of “Design of Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements”, we will also explore design of under reinforced, balanced, over reinforced and doubly reinforced sections. Worked examples are used to illustrate behavior and design methodology of RCC structural elements. The basic structural analysis explains how to obtain the bending moment and shear force for a design.
This course has been designed to cover the key structural elements like Beams, Columns and Slabs. The design examples are covered with theoretical principles referred by the standard of IS456 with practical approaches also being demonstrated. This course illustrates the detailed explanation of serviceability, limit state concepts, minimum steel requirements, development length, concept of flexural, compression, tension, and shear behavior.
This course is suitable for engineering students and civil engineers who are exploring opportunities in civil and structural engineering career. The course refreshes the fundamental concepts of theory and core concepts of IS456. This course also is beneficial for construction industry professionals.
The Major topics covered in this course
Design Philosophy of RCC elements.
Design of Singly reinforce sections
Design of Double Reinforced beams
Design of T beams.
Design of Columns
Design of Slabs.
Design of Flexure, Shear
Design of Development length.
Who this course is for
Civil Engineering Students, Civil Engineers and Structural Engineers