For a two-course sequence in concrete design for upper-level engineering students. Revised to adhere to the latest American Concrete Institute (ACI) Code requirements for the design of structural concrete, this comprehensive textbook fills the gap between industrial and educational requirements by helping students understand the practical aspects of the modern design of concrete structures. Presenting the analysis and design of both reinforced and prestressed concrete elements, Structural Concrete is exceptionally logical and easy to read.Biografía del autor:
M. Nadim Hassoun is a professor emeritus of Civil Engineering at South Dakota State University. His research interests include structural and limit-state behavior of reinforced concrete, prestressed, precast, and partially prestressed concrete, as well as the structural behavior of high-strength concrete. As a professional engineer, he has extensive experience in the design, construction, and management of buildings, bridges, and other types of structures. Prof. Hassoun has been a member of many engineering organizations, including ACI, PCI, NSPE, ASEE, EERI, ASCE, SDES, and ICE (London). He has written two books on concrete design and a number of papers on subjects related to concrete. Professor Hassoun was the 1986 recipient of the Northwest Burlington Award.
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