Reinforced Concrete IV: Design of Columns
What you'll learn
- Be able to design short RC Column
- Understand the philosophy of RC Column Design
- Know the restrictions and different alternatives of Columns Design
- Understand the Interaction Diagrams
- Know the Derivations of Formulas in the Design
- Reinforced Concrete Design Basics & Essentials (Check my other courses)
- Basic Knowledge of Mechanics of Materials
Make sure you know Reinforced Concrete Theory and How to design Reinforced Concrete beams before taking this course.
about the course:
In the previous courses, you have been introduced to the philosophy of Reinforced Concrete Design, Design of Beams, and Design of Slabs. This course 'Design of Reinforced Concrete Column' gives you detailed understanding, explanations and procedures for the design of RC Columns.
What to expect from this course:
After completion of this course, you are expected to be able to Design RC Short Columns without Eccentricity, Understand Interaction Diagrams, Practicality Considerations, and Mathematical Derivations of Formulas in the Design.
Students completing the course will have full understanding of the design of RC Column. Assignment is given at the end.
Who this course is for:
- Civil Engineers & Civil Engineering Students
- Architects & Architectural Students
I am an engineer who is obsessed with education and research! I am currently researching designing Floating Cities at Princeton University, which the #1 university in the United States. I am lucky to be one of the researchers tackling such futuristic topics. At Princeton, I met and learned from the best engineers in the world - including Bill Baker, the man behind the design of Burj Khalifa. In addition, at Princeton University, I am teaching and mentoring many of the smartest students in the world. During my free time, I publish engineering episodes on my YouTube channel "Engineering Philosophy" where I have over 1 million views and around 20,000 subscribers from over 110 countries.
Why I sell my courses?
My courses are free on YouTube. If you want a certificate, then you need to enroll in the courses on Udemy.
What and Where did I study?
I am getting my doctorate degree (Ph.D.) and master's degree in engineering from Princeton University in the Creative & Resilient Urban Engineering (CRUE) group.
Before joining Princeton, I earned another master's degree from Syracuse University in Upstate New York; I joined Syracuse with the prestigious fellowship by Dubai Contracting Company (DCC).
I also earned my Bachelors of Engineering (B.E.) from the Lebanese American University (LAU) with a full scholarship from the European Union.