University Of New South Wales

Concrete Structures

CVEN3304

Iowa State Course Substitution

Reinforced Concrete Design I

C E 334

Course Info
International Credits:
6.0
Converted Credits:
4.0
Semester:
spring
Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Course Description:
A course on concrete materials and the design of reinforced concrete structural elements subject to bending, shear and combined bending and axial compression. These include: concrete materials (cements, aggregates and admixtures and hardened concrete properties) concrete mechanical properties, reinforcement types and properties; durability requirements; behaviour of reinforced concrete cross-sections in bending at both service and ultimate loads; ultimate strength analysis and design of cross‐sections in flexure (singly and doubly reinforced, ductility); serviceability analysis and design of beams (cracked section analysis, deflection and crack control); ultimate strength in shear; bond anchorage and curtailment (simple and continuous beams and one‐way slabs); short and slender concrete columns (interaction diagrams).

Review

Evaluation Date:
November 3, 2016
Evaluated:
In-Ho Cho
Comments:
Converted ISU credits: 3 in lieu of 4.