Course Title : Concrete Engineering

Code 35360
Course Year 3rd year
Term 2nd term
Class day & Period Wednesday・5
Location Kyoutsuu4
Credits 2
Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language English
Instructor An

Course Description

The basic analysis theory and the design technique of reinforced concrete (RC) and prestressed concrete (PC) structure are explained. Additionally, some fundamental knowledge referring to durability evaluation of deteriorated structures is introducedterials introduced in ‘Construction Materials’

Grading

Grading is based on the result of final examination and reports.

Course Goals

Students are expected to understand the mechanical behaviors of RC and PC structures members such as beams and collumns, based on the fundamentals learned in this course.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Introduction 1 Introduction of concrete structures (RC&PC) 
Fundamental of design 2 Design code and specifications
Materials 1 The mechanical behavior of concrete, reinforcing steel and others are explained
Bonding behavior 2 The mechanism of bonding between concrete and steel
Flexural behavior 2 The mechanical behavior and the capacity of RC section subjected to the flexural moment and/or the uniaxial force are explained
Shear behavior 2 The mechanical behavior and the capacity of RC section subjected to the shear are explained.
Crack and deflection 2 Cracking mechanism and evaluation of deflection of RC member are explained.
Durability 1 Durability evaluation of deteriorated structure due to corrosion is introduced
Popular topics 1 The latest research and technique relating to concrete engineering are introduced
Confirmation of understanding of lecture 1 A confirmation of understanding of lecture is examined

Textbook

Arthur H.Nilson, David Darwin and Charles W.Dolan: Design of Concrete Structures, Mc Graw Hill,2010

Textbook(supplemental)

K. Kobayashi: Concrete Engineering, Morikita Publishing Co., Ltd., 3,150JPY
James K.Wight, James G.MacGregor: Reinforced Concrete Mechanics & Design, Pearson,2010

Prerequisite(s)

Students of this class had better take ‘Structural Mechanics I and Exercises (30080)’ in 2nd year and ‘Construction Materials (30240)’ in 3rd year.

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