Title      : Design of Pre Stressed Concrete
Subject      : Civil Enginnering
copyright ©  2018     : Nayana Manohari T K
Author      : Nayana Manohari T K
Publisher      : Sai Vidya Institute of Technology
Chapters/Pages      : 8/263
Total Price      : Rs.      : 133
 
 
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BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PRESTRESSING Total views (0)  
The principle behind prestressed concrete is that compressive stresses induced by high-strength steel tendons in a concrete member before loads are applied will balance the tensile stresses imposed in the member during service.
Pages: 26
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ANALYSIS OF SECTIONS FOR FLEXURE Total views (0)  
Analysis-Compute stresses in steel and concrete when the form and size of the section are given or assumed, Design- Choice of a section out of many possible shapes and dimensions
Pages: 54
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LOSSES OF PRE-STRESS Total views (0)  
A precise determination of stress losses in prestressed concrete members is a complicated problem because the rate of loss due to one factor, such as relaxation of tendons, is continually being altered by changes in stress due to other factors, such as creep of concrete
Pages: 38
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DEFLECTIONS Total views (0)  
The deflection of a flexural member is calculated to satisfy a limit state of serviceability. Since a prestressed concrete member is smaller in depth than an equivalent reinforced concrete member, the deflection of a prestressed concrete member tends to be larger.
Pages: 35
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LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE Total views (0)  
Reinforced concrete beams and slabs carry loads primarily by bending. They are, therefore, designed on the basis of limit state of collapse in flexure.
Pages: 31
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LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE(SHEAR) Total views (0)  
Shear failure, which in reality, occurs under the combined action of shearing forces & bending moments is characterized by very small deflection and lack of ductility.
Pages: 35
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Solved Question Paper 1 Total views (0)  
Solved Question Paper 1
Pages: 20
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Solved Question Paper 2
Pages: 24
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