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CE6601/CE2401 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Brick Masonry Structures Hand Written Lecture Notes
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Design of Reinforced Concrete and Brick Masonry Structures Premium Lecture Notes Prepared by Alarmelumangai & Elliss Yogesh. Specially for Civil Engineering. Syllabus Covered based on Anna University B.E Civil Engineering.


CONTENT:
UNIT-1 (Pages: 43)
RETAINING WALLS
UNIT-2 (Pages: 39)
WATER TANKS
UNIT-3 (Pages: 43)
SELECTED TOPICS
UNIT-4 (Pages: 21)
YIELD LINE THEORY
UNIT-5 (Pages: 35)
BRICK MASONARY

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UNIT-1
RETAINING WALLS
Check for shear
Curtail of reinforcement
Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement
Front force
Stability check
Again check for stability
Factor of safety against overwriting
Check for bearing pressure
Pressure distribution
Design for toe slab
Design of heal slab
Design of wall
Temperature reinforcement
Reinforcement details
Design of stem
Percentage of reinforcement
Distribution bars
Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement
Distributors
Curtailment of bars
Check for stability
Stability calculation
Maximum and minimum
Pressure at the base
Design of heal slab
Design of shear key
Dimensional of retaining wall
Design of stem
Stability calculation
Design of teo slab
Design of counterforts
Curtailment of bars
Connection between counterfort
Connection between counterfort and heal slab

UNIT-2
WATER TANKS
Underground
Elevated tanks
Factors
1. Strength
2. Water tightness
3. Overall stability
Design requirement of materials
Stresses in steel
Stresses in concrete
Stresses due to drying shrinkage or temperature change
Concrete
Joints
Construction joints
Expansion joints
Sliding joints
Cylindrical tanks
Design of joints
Spacing of joints
Floor of tanks resisting on supports
Minimum reinforcements
Minimum cover
Roof
1. Provision of movements joints
2. Loading
3. Water tightness
4. Protection against corrosion
Tank resting on ground
Vertical reinforcement
Check for shear stresses
Design of roof slab
Base slab

UNIT-3
SELECTED TOPICS
Types of stairs
1. Straight stairs
2. Quarter turn stairs
3. Dog – legged stairs
4. Three quarter turn stair
5. Geometrical stairs
6. Bifureated stairs
7. Multiple flight stairs
Reinforcement details
Culvert
Types
1. Pipe culvert
a. Single
b. Double
2. Pipe arch
a. Single
b. Double
3. Box culvert
4. Bridge culvert
5. Arch culvert
Design properties of box culvert
Design of reinforcement
Raft foundation
Design principles of raft foundation
Wall
Plain concrete wall
Short concrete wall
Slender
Types of concrete wall
Staircase
Components
Riser
Types
Load
Baluster
Flight
UNIT-4
YIELD LINE THEORY
Yield line
Yield line theory
Basic assumption of yield line theory
Characteristics features of yield line
Yield line development
Yield line properties
Rectangular slab
Non – rectangular slabs
Methods of analysis of slabs
1. Square slab
2. Fixed square slab
Area of steel ast
Calculation of mpy and mpx
Ultimate moment
Ultimate load on slab
Isotropically reinforced slab
Orthotropically reinforced slab
UNIT-5
BRICK MASONARY
Classification of walls
Solid walls
Cavity wall
Faced wall
Panel wall
Parapet wall
Counter fort
Load relation with walls
Types of problem
Effective height
Effective thickness
Solid wall supported at the end by cross walls
Design of cavity wall
Cavity wall with cross wall
Design of wall with opening
Moment due to eccentricity

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