RCC in detail according to IS 456 : 2000 using Limit State Method.
Difference in WSM, LSM and ULM design philosophy
Under reinforced, Over reinforced and Balanced section
Flexural design of beams - Singly and Doubly reinforced
Flexural design of Tee Beams
Shear in Beams
Torsion in Beams
Design of one way and two way Slabs
Design of Columns - Uniaxial and Biaxial bending
Should have basic knowledge of terminologies like yield and ultimate stress of materials
Myself a qualified design engineer and a professor in eminent institution brings you this engaging series lecture on design of reinforced concrete structures. This series is specially designed for graduating engineers and practicing engineers and is based on IS 456 : 2000 code. It covers important topics in RCC design including its design philosophies, design of singly and doubly reinforced beams, shear reinforcement, torsion reinforcement, slabs, columns and footings Along with this you will also get practical knowledge that you need to have for working on site.
Who this course is for:
Students pursuing bachelors or Masters in Civil Engineering.
9 sections • 44 lectures • 17h 2m total length
WSM Part 2
WSM Part 4
LSM Part 1
LSM Part 2
Ultimate Load Method - Part 1
LSM Numerical Type 1
LSM Numerical Type Problem 2
LSM Singly Reinforced Design Numerical
LSM Singly Reinforced Design Numerical 2
LSM Doubly Reinforced Section
LSM Doubly Reinforced Numerical Type 1
LSM Doubly Reinforced Numerical Type 1 - Problem 2
I have completed my Masters in Structural Engineering and have been a university ranker. My passion for structural engineering and teaching is what brings me here to Udemy. My aim is to share the knowledge that i have and create young talents who would make this planet an even better place to live and thrive.