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Concrete as a construction material
What Is Concrete Used For? Construction Material Art Work
Concrete Bench made by 8 th grade students
Question What other concrete products and applications can you think of ?
Why Is Concrete Used? Economics –Inexpensive, readily available Material Properties –Long Lasting –Molded into a desired shape –Great insulator –Hard
Material Properties (cont.) Great Compressive Strength (up to 8000 psi) Poor Tensile Strength (almost 0) –Reinforcement methods ($)
Question What is the difference between tension and compression?
Question Why would concrete ever be used in tension?
Why Do We Reinforce Concrete? Prevent cracking due to tension forces
How Do We Reinforce Concrete? Steel rebar –Excellent in tension, poor in compression Chicken Wire –Minimize thermal expansion
Pictures Failed concrete structures due to earth quakes
“Properties of Concrete” Introduction. Overview What is concrete made of? What Is Concrete Used For? Why Is Concrete Used? Why Do We Reinforce Concrete?
Objective Distinguish between site preparation, placing, finishing, and curing.
Reinforcement Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures – Chapter 8.
EF Block ™ Introduction Innovative, patent pending Insulated Concrete Block Manufactured to IRC and HUD screen grid.
Building Materials Architecture Humanities Adkins.
Roof Terms Span –Distance across the building. Roof Terms Run –1/2 the distance across the building (1/2 span distance)
Nonlinear Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Xuehui AN.
Architects and Engineers. New Actors Architects are building designers. They are both artists of conceptions and delineators. The schooling for architects.
Teacher: Mark Casto Lab Assignment: Progressive Collapse of RC Structures Principal Investigator: Mehrdad Sasani.
Concrete Inspection Construction Inspection for Field Office Activities.
YAN WENLI A9SJ /05/07 Building structure & Earthquake resistant capacity.
1 Analysis of Test Results 2 What we’ll have to do: Load-Deflection curve. Load Vs Strain curve for steel and concrete Find yield load ( s = 0.002)
Demonstrate Concrete Skills Form A wood or metal structure that confines concrete to the desired shape until it hardens.
Shear Stresses in Concrete Beams. Stresses Near Support Near Top Max. tensile stresses a few degrees clockwise x y Mid-height Max tensile stress 45° Near.
What is safe building? Life of a reinforced building lasts 50 to 100 years or longer; Safe building means it will not collapse during span of life; A.
“It’s All Fun and Games Until the Parking Garage Collapses” CASE STUDY: 2003 Tropicana Casino Parking Garage Collapse.
Presentation about Reinforced concrete Done By: Rasha Qandeel Eman El Batta Heba Al Nazly Samah AL Halees Somaia Mkhimer To Dr. Basel Hamad Reinforced.
Reinforced Concrete I. Operation of Rational Numbers Addition: = 8 (The equation expressed in English is five plus three equals eight, in which.
C D Unit 13 Commercial Framing Prints Recognize various types of concrete floors Understand concrete reinforcing notation Read beam & column.
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Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members. Concrete is by nature a continuous material Once concrete reaches its tensile strength ~400 psi, concrete will crack.
Properties of Concrete Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures – Chapter 9.
Exploration of Materials Properties: Every material has its own properties. When choosing materials for our design work, we must first analyze and compare.
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Civil Engineering Science Concepts. Forces Static forces act on objects at rest. Compression forces shorten objects. These forces push structures. Tension.
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Construction Materials Concrete & Masonry. Been used since the Roman Empire Key event in the history of architecture Termed the Roman Architectural.
Load Resistance – The Structural Properties of Materials Chapter 4.
SANDWICH COMPOSITES Lecture 2 Fig.1. A typical sandwich structure which consists of a core bonded in between two faceplates using adhesive .
Chapter 32 Floor Systems and Foundation Support. 2 Links for Chapter 32 Slab Construction Reinforcing Concrete Crawl Spaces.
Chapter 12 Concrete Construction Part 3 1CE 417, King Saud University.
Polymers in Civil Engineering “Poly” “meros” = many parts Monomer = non-linked “mer” material Polymers = long continuous chain molecules formed from repeated.
Concrete Construction I Chapter 19. Mehta, Scarborough, and Armpriest : Building Construction: Principles, Materials, and Systems © 2008 Pearson Education,
It is also known as Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) It is a high strength, ductile material formulated by combining portland cement, silica fume, quartz.
Structural Components When you look at buildings, you see many of the same features We call these STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS They can: add strength AND be aesthetically.
Shear - Tensile - Compression Stresses Slip Ted 126 Spring 2007.
Previous Conclusions Concrete will continue to be a dominant construction material Reinforced concrete must crack in order for reinforcing to work lower.
Residential Wall Systems. Building Walls Wood Framed Walls Precast Concrete Walls Steel Framed Walls Sustainable Walls.
Reinforced Concrete Design. Compressive Strength of Concrete f cr is the average cylinder strength f’ c compressive strength for design f’ c ~2500 psi.
Building Walls Wood Framed Walls Precast Concrete Walls Steel Framed Walls Sustainable Walls.
CONCRETE MATERIALS Technology of Material II TKS 4012 Prepared by
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS. Role of Material Science in CE Combining several sciences Chemistry Physics Mechanics Behavioral understanding of materials.
Mechanics of Materials(ME-294) Lecture 5: Thermal Stress and Strain.
1. Chapter 32 Floor Systems and Foundation Support.
DESIGN OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION LINES Prepared by:- Er. Varinder Kaur.
Masonry. Terms –F > 15-5 –Go thru all figures –Joints between brick = ¼ inch.
Natural Building "Natural building" is an umbrella term than connotes any sort of building that is accomplished with the use of natural materials primarily,
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