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Strip Method Design Handbook - Arne Hillerborg

Strip Method Design Handbook

Hardcover Published: 31st October 1996
ISBN: 9780419187400
Number Of Pages: 320

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The Strip Method Design Handbook is a thorough guide to the use of the strip method, developed by Arne Hillerborg, for design of reinforced concrete slabs. The strip method of design is relevant to many types of slabs including rectangular slabs with all sides supported and regular flat slabs with cantilevering parts. The author discusses unevenly distributed loads, concentrated loads and the influence of openings as well as joist floors and prestressed slabs.
This book provides a practical guide for the designer demonstrating how to use the strip method in a wide range of design situations specific to a slab type. The method is illustrated throughout with numerical examples and the analysis is rationalised with approximations and formulas for the calculation of design moments.

Conversion factors
Preface
Introduction: Scope
The strip method
Strip method versus yield line theory
Strip method versus theory of elasticity
Serviceability
Live loads
Minimum reinforcement
Fundamentals of the strip method
General
The rational application of the simple strip method
Average moments in one-way elements
Design moments in one-way elements
Design moments in corner-supported elements
Concentrated loads
Strips
Support bands
Ratios between moments
Length and anchorage of reinforcing bars
Support reactions
Rectangular slabs with all sides supported: Uniform loads
Triangular loads
Concentrated loads
Rectangular slabs with one free edge
Introduction
Uniform loads
Triangular loads
Concentrated loads
Rectangular slabs with two free edges
Two opposite free edges
Two adjacent free edges
Triangular slabs
General
Uniform loads
Triangular loads
Concentrated loads
Slabs with non-orthogonal edges
General
Four straight edges
Other cases
Regular flat slabs with uniform loads: General
Exterior wall or beam supports
Exterior column supports
Slab cantilevering outside columns
Oblong panels and corner-supported elements
Regular flat slabs with non-uniform loads: Introduction
Uniform loads in one direction
Different loads on panels
Concentrated loads
Irregular flat slabs
General
Design procedure
Edges straight and fully supported
Edges straight and partly column supported
Edges curved and fully supported
Edges curved and column supported
Slab cantilevering outside columns
L-shaped slabs and large wall openings
General
Reentrant corner
Supporting wall with a large opening
Openings in slabs
General
Slabs with all edges supported
Slabs with one free edge
Slabs with two free edges
Corner-supported elements
Systems of continuous slabs
General
Systems of rectangular slabs
Rectangular slabs and concrete walls
Other cases
Joist floors: General
Non-corner-supported floors
Floors with corner-supported elements
Prestressed slabs
General
The simple strip method for tendons
Prestressed support bands
Flat slabs
References
Index
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ISBN: 9780419187400
ISBN-10: 0419187405
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 31st October 1996
Publisher: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.63
Edition Number: 1