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delagina (Structural) (OP)
20 Oct 10 12:19
I have PCA notes ACI, CRSI.

but i am looking for a book that would help me understand how to design concrete structure "globally".

i dont have experience designing concrete structures but have done several steel structures.

thanks,
Helpful Member!  rowingengineer (Structural)
22 Oct 10 6:10
depends on your structure that you want to design and also your location, there are some very good books on high rise and similar. However are some good starting points? I would recommend talking to your mentor for good local books/discussion papers.

http://www.wpi.edu/Images/CMS/VF/tallbuidings3.pdf

http://www.concretecentre.com/online_services/publication_library/publication_details.aspx?PublicationId=613
 

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kikflip (Structural)
22 Oct 10 7:14
A multitude of reinforced concrete textbooks and technical articles. Like yourself, I am still looking for "the one" textbook that describes everything that a design engineer needs to know but still haven't found one.

Three things which aren't commonly included in concrete design textbooks include:

Longitudinal (or horizontal) shear
Transmission of axial loads through floor systems
Strut-tie is often poorly covered (in my opinion)

 
rowingengineer (Structural)
22 Oct 10 15:54
for strut tie you want this website; and a copy of the Canadian concrete code.  http://dankuchma.com/stm/

 

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Ron (Structural)
29 Oct 10 8:39
Reynolds Reinforced Concrete Design Handbook..fundamental
2Hats (Structural)
3 Dec 10 11:28
MacGregor & Bartlett (2000) "Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics and Design" for Canadian readers:
http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/Reinforced-Concrete-Mechanism-Design-canadian-James-G-MacGregor-F-Michael-Bartlett/9780131014039-item.html?ikwid=reinforced+concrete+bartlett+macgregor&ikwsec=Books

I haven't seen the US edition, but presumably it's similarly worthwhile: MacGregor & Wight "Reinforced Concrete: Mechanics and Design"
http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/Reinforced-Concrete-Mechanics-and-Design-James-K-Wight-James-G-MacGregor/9780132281416-item.html?ikwid=reinforced+concrete%3a+mechanics+and+design&ikwsec=Home

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