Principles of Reinforced Concrete


Principles of Reinforced Concrete

Principle of Reinforced Concrete is a special textbook of the course for postgraduate
students in structural engineering and similar. They have learned the undergraduate
courses of Basic Structural Members of Reinforced Concrete [0-5] and
Design Reinforced Concrete Structure and known the basic characteristics of reinforced
concrete and its design method. This course contains the main theoretical basis
and experimental evidence for research and design of reinforced concrete
structure, and its contents and role are just like the course ‘Strength of Materials’
for the structure of homogeneous linear-elastic materials. However, reinforced concrete
is mainly composed of two materials of different properties, i.e. reinforcement
and concrete, and concrete is an inhomogeneous and non-linear material and has
different values of compressive and tensile strengths. So, the mechanical behavior
of reinforced concrete is more varied and complicated, and the contents of this
course are more plentiful.

Reinforced concrete structure is a science branch of structural engineering and
certainly follows the general regularity of structural engineering. Various technical
requirements and questions are often raised from engineering practice, and corresponding
solutions and measurement are obtained by different ways such as survey
and statistics, experimental investigation, theoretical analysis, calculation and comparison.
After concluding the general variation regularity, revealing the working
mechanism, establishing the physical and mathematic models, and determining
the calculation method and construction measures, they go back to engineering practice
and are demonstrated, improved, and complemented. Generally, after experiencing
several cycles of practiceeresearchepractice, they will gradually approach
a satisfactory answer and finally serve well the engineering
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