This book is the companion volume to Design of High Strength Steel Reinforced Concrete Columns – A Eurocode 4 Approach.
This book provides a large number of worked examples for the design of high strength steel reinforced concrete (SRC) columns. It is based on the Eurocode 4 approach, but goes beyond this to give much needed guidance on the narrower range of permitted concrete and steel material strengths in comparison to EC2 and EC3, and the better ductility and buckling resistance of SRC columns compared to steel or reinforced concrete. Special considerations are given to resistance calculations that maximize the full strength of the materials, with concrete cylinder strength up to 90 N/mm2, yield strength of structural steel up to 690 N/mm2 and yield strength of reinforcing steel up to 600 N/mm2 respectively. These examples build on the design principles set out in the companion volume, allowing the readers to practice and understand the EC4 methodology easily.
Structural engineers and designers who are familiar with basic EC4 design should find these design examples particularly helpful, whilst engineering undergraduate and graduate students who are studying composite steel concrete design and construction should easily gain further understanding from working through the worked examples which are set out in a step-by-step clearly fashion.
Table of Contents
1. SRC Column Subjected to Axial Compression. 1.1 SRC Column with Normal Strength Material. 1.2 SRC Column with High Strength Concrete. 1.3 SRC Column with High Strength Steel. 1.4 SRC Column with High Strength Concrete and Steel. 2. SRC Column Subjected to Combined Compression and Bending. 2.1 SRC Column with Normal Strength Material. 2.2 SRC Column with High strength Concrete. 2.3 SRC Column with High Strength Steel. 2.4 SRC Column with High Strength Materials. 3. SRC Column with Different Degree of Confinement. Appendix A. Appendix B Design Chart. B.1 Design for SRC Column Subjected to Axial Compression. B.2 Design for SRC Column Subjected to Combined Compression and Bending. Index.
S.P. Chiew is Professor and Civil Engineering Programme Director at Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore and co-author of Structural Steelwork Design to Limit State Theory, 4th Edition.
Y.Q. Cai is a Project Officer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.