The transition from national standards for concrete structural design to Eurocode EN 1992 is the biggest change to concrete design for decades.This new edition of Concrete Design explains the key differences between BS8110 and EN1992, and teaches the fundamentals of the design of concrete structures to comply with the Eurocodes.With many illustrations and worked examples, this accessible textbook teaches the essentials of concrete design to EN1992 to students and professionals alike.
Table of Contents
General IntroductionMechanical Properties Of Reinforced ConcreteActionsAnalysis Of The StructureDurability, Serviceability And Fire.Reinforced Concrete Beams In FlexureShear And TorsionAnchorage, Curtailment And Member ConnectionsReinforced Concrete ColumnsReinforced Concrete SlabsFoundations And Retaining WallsPrestressed Concrete
L H Martin is a consultant engineer in UK.
John Purkiss is a consultant and former lecturer in structural engineering at Aston University, UK. His research was mainly in concrete behaviour, concrete composites, and concrete structures at elevated temperatures.