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This course is designed to provide the student with a understanding of the limit state design concept and analysis of sections for bending; to provide a basic understanding of standard methods of analysis and design of reinforced concrete behaviour (including an understanding of capabilities and limitations); and to ability to analyze and design reinforces concrete structural elements. Among the topics discussed are objectives and methods of design, code of practice, analysis and design of sections for moment, design for shear, checking for defection and cracking, durability and detailing requirements. Design of simply supported, continuous beams and cantilever beam, design of one way and two way restrained and simply supported slab and design a column. The syllabus is cover ultimate and serviceability limit state. Design resistance typical structural element and detailing.
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