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Non-Linear Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete

1st Edition

By K. Maekawa, H. Okamura, A. Pimanmas

CRC Press

768 pages

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Hardback: 9780415271264
pub: 2003-03-20
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This book describes the application of nonlinear static and dynamic analysis for the design, maintenance and seismic strengthening of reinforced concrete structures. The latest structural and RC constitutive modelling techniques are described in detail, with particular attention given to multi-dimensional cracking and damage assessment, and their practical applications for performance-based design. Other subjects covered include 2D/3D analysis techniques, bond and tension stiffness, shear transfer, compression and confinement. It can be used in conjunction with WCOMD and COM3 software

Nonlinear Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete presents a practical methodology for structural engineers, graduate students and researchers concerned with the design and maintenance of concrete structures.


This monograph presents an updated practical methodology for structural engineers, graduate students, and researchers involved with the design and maintenance of concrete structures. - MCEER News

Table of Contents

Part 1: Analysis and Modeling of Reinforced Concrete 1. Introduction 2. Two-Dimentional Analysis of Reinforced Concrete 3. Three-Dimentional Analysis of Reinforced Concrete 4. Analysis of Underground Structure and Soil-Structure Interactions 5. Analysis of Shell and Framed Structure 6. Analysis of Strengthened/Retrofitted Structures with Steel Encasement and Fiber Reinforced Wrapping 7. Analysis of Pre-Cracked Reinforced Concrete Member in Shear and Effect of Path-Dependency Part 2: Constitutive Model of Reincorced Concrete 8. Analysis of Stress Transfer Across Interface in Reinforced Concrete 9. Elasto-Plastic Fracture Model for Un-Cracked Concrete 10. Stress Transfer Across Crack in Reinforced Concrete Through Aggregate Interlock Action 11. Bond and Tensile Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete 12. Reinforcing Bar Model Under Arbitrary Loading Paths

About the Authors

Koichi Maekawa is Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Tokyo, Japan.

Amron Pimanmas is Assistant Professor at the School of Building Facilities and Civil Engineering, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thamassat University, Thailand.

Hajime Okamura is President of Koichi University of Technology, Japan and Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo, Japan.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ARCHITECTURE / Methods & Materials