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design of concrete structures

design of concrete structures

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Recently met US design of concrete structures, but with reference to the design of concrete structures by arthur H.Nilson, but not based on design, and there is no general design steps. Because it is self-learning, so I hope we can recommend some books on design of concrete structures.

RE: design of concrete structures

Reinforced Concrete Design (Chu-Kia Wang, Charles G. Salmon) this book till to 7th edition

Thank you

RE: design of concrete structures

Salmon is a good book. I use MacGregor and White's Reinforced Concrete Mechanics and Design.

Professional and Structural Engineer (ME, NH)
American Concrete Industries
www.americanconcrete.com

RE: design of concrete structures

Wight MacGregor book is good. It's called "Reinforced Concrete Mechanics and Design"

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