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## Reinforced Concrete Beam Analysis - ACI method (Part I)

Reinforced Concrete Beam Analysis - ACI method (Part I)
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 9 lectures (1h 14m) | Size: 231.8 MB

Moment capacity and analysis of a RC beam in the three stages of analysis; elastic, elasto plastic and plastic stages
What you'll learn
Why do we use reinforced concrete instead of plain concrete
Basic concept of the analysis of a concrete section under bending moment and the three stages of analysis, elastic, elasto plastic and Plastic stages
Flexural strength (modulus of rupture)
How to determine different stages of analysis: elastic, elasto plastic and Plastic stages
Assessing the behaviour of a reinforced concrete section in elastic stage (Calculating cracking moment, compression and tension stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement
Working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in elastic stage
Assessing the behaviour of a reinforced Concrete section in elasto-plastic behaviour (Calculating stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement.
Working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in elasto-plastic stage.
Assessing the behaviour the reinforced Concrete section in plastic behaviour (Calculating stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement and stress block.
Working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in plastic stage.
Requirements
Strength of materials and basic mathematics
Description
In this course, I will explain the full and detailed process of calculating the bending moment capacity of a reinforced concrete beam in the three stages of analysis, elastic, elastoplastic and Plastic.
The course will start with the basics and general concepts of a reinforced concrete section behaviour under different levels of loading and the reason why we use reinforced concrete instead of plain concrete.
You will also learn about the basic concept of the analysis of a concrete section under bending moment and the three stages of analysis, elastic, elastoplastic and Plastic stages which includes explaining the full theory process for each stage of analysis, also, you will learn how to determine different stages of analysis: elastic, elastoplastic and Plastic stages.
We will assess the behaviour of a reinforced concrete section in an elastic stage which includes learning about calculating cracking moment, compression and tension stress in concrete and steel reinforcement and Flexural strength (modulus of rupture). Also, there will be a working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in the elastic stage.
I the next step, we will go through the behaviour of a reinforced concrete section in elastoplastic behaviour and the process to calculate stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement followed by a working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in elastoplastic stage.
Finally, we will assess the behaviour of the reinforced concrete section in plastic behaviour including the process of calculating stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement and also learning about the Whitney stress block with a working example of the analysis of a reinforced concrete section in the plastic stage.
By the end of these two courses, you will learn about the fundamentals and detailed process of the bending moment capacity of a reinforced concrete beam and will be able to check whether a concrete section is in elastic, elastoplastic or plastic stage and then in the next stage, you can calculate the neutral axis, stresses in concrete and steel reinforcement and cracking moment.
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Who this course is for
Structural engineering students
Civil engineering students
Structural engineers ranging from beginners to intermediate level who would like to refresh their knowledge on the fundamentals of Reinforced concrete beam analysis