Lecture notes Reinforced concrete structures part 1

Are you a civil engineering students looking for lecture notes for reinforced concrete structurs. Here you can find the RCC lecture notes in PDF file. This notes include design of singly reinforced concrete beam and solved problems.

This lecture note help you to study 5TH semester civil engineering paper reinforced concrete structures. This is a lecture not of an experienced teacher. It contains the following.

Introduction to RCC.

RCC is concrete reinforced with steel. Concrte is strong in compression and weak in tension and canot take high tensile stress. Layers below the NA are in tension. Initialy the tensile stress isdistributed equally between concrete and reinforcement.

Different method of design of RCC.

Working stress method:
The following assumptions are made for this method. Concrete and reinforcement behaves in a linearly elastic manner. Plane sections before bending remains same even after bending.Strain is proportional to distance from NA.

Limit state method
Design of the structure should be such that it should safelywithstand all loads liable to act on it through its life. Satisfy serviceability requirements.

Ultimate load method
Load factor= Ultimate load/Working load
Advantages of this method are slender sections, requires less reinforcement etc.

For detailed notes and solved problems on RCC please see attached PDF file


  • RCC notes part A (157424-102620-RCC-notes-part-A.docx)
  • Comments

    Author: Adarsh reddy02 Apr 2014 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 0

    That's good with simple basics I found in your collections. Carry on and provide them essentials related to several other national standard materials.

    Guest Author: POOJA MANN10 Jan 2015

    I didn't find the attached PDF file for RCC notes.Can you kindly send me the link for the pdf file..

    Guest Author: ajay chourasi10 Jul 2015

    Where to get notes on design of RC structures? I couldn't find the same as mentioned.

    Guest Author: Raju Kumar23 Aug 2015

    This is a very useful article on reinforced concrete structures for study.

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