**Author**: Gu Xianglin

**Language**: English

**ISBN/ISSN**: 9787560860305

**Published on:** 2015-12

Hardcover

Basic Principles of Concrete Structures《混凝土结构基本原理(英文版)》主要介绍了钢筋与混凝土材料的基本性能，粘结与锚固，轴心受力构件、受弯构件正截面、偏心受力构件正截面、构件斜截面、构件扭曲截面、构件的冲切及局部受压的性能与计算，预应力混凝土结构的性能与计算，混凝土构件的使用性能，混凝土结构的耐久性能以及混凝土结构基本原理教学试验及基本要求。

1 Introduction

1.1 General Concepts of Concrete Structures

1.1.1 General Concepts of Reinforced

Concrete Structures

1.1.2 Mechanism of Collaboration

of Concrete and Steel

1.1.3 General Concepts of Prestressed

Concrete Structures

1.1.4 Members of Concrete Structures

1.1.5 Advantages and Disadvantages

of Concrete Structures

1.2 Historical Development of Concrete Structures

1.2.1 Birth of Concrete Structures

1.2.2 Development of Concrete Materials

1.2.3 Development of Structural Systems

1.2.4 Development in Theoretical Research

of Concrete Structures

1.2.5 Experiments and Numerical Simulation

of Concrete Structures

1.3 Applications of Concrete Structures

1.4 Characteristics of the Course and Learning Methods

2 Mechanical Properties of Concrete and Steel Reinforcement

2.1 Strength and Deformation of Steel Reinforcement

2.1.1 Types and Properties of Steel Reinforcement

2.1.2 Strength and Deformation of Reinforcement

Under Monotonic Loading

2.1.3 Cold Working and Heat Treatment

of Reinforcement

2.1.4 Creep and Relaxation of Reinforcement

2.1.5 Strength and Deformation of Reinforcement

Under Repeated and Reversed Loading

2.2 Strength and Deformation of Concrete

2.2.1 Compression of Concrete Cubes

2.2.2 Concrete Under Uniaxial Compression

2.2.3 Concrete Under Uniaxial Tension

2.2.4 Concrete Under Multiaxial Stresses

2.2.5 Strength and Deformation of Concrete

Under Repeated Loading

2.2.6 Deformation of Concrete Under

Long—Term Loading

2.2.7 Shrinkage， Swelling， and Thermal Deformation of Concrete

Appendix

3 Bond and Anchorage

3.1 Bond and Mechanism of Bond Transfer

3.1.1 Bond Before Concrete Cracking

3.1.2 Bond After Concrete Cracking

3.1.4 Mechanism and Failure Mode of Bond

3.1.5 Mechanism of Lap Splice

3.2 Bond Strength Between Concrete and Reinforcement

3.2.2 Influential Factors on Bonding Strength

3.3 Anchorage of Steel Bars in Concrete

3.3.1 Anchorage Length

3.3.2 Practical Equation for Anchorage Length Calculation

3.3.3 Hooked Anchorages

4 Tension and Compression Behavior of Axially

4.1 Engineering Applications and Details of Members

4.2 Analysis of Axially Tensioned Structural Members

4.2.1 Experimental Study on Axially Tensioned

Structural Members

4.2.2 Relationship Between Tensile Force and Deformation

4.3 Applications of the Bearing Capacity Equations for Axially Tensioned Members

4.3.1 Bearing Capacity Calculation of Existing Structural Members

4.3.2 Cross—Sectional Design of New Structural

4.4 Analysis of Axially Compressed Short Columns

4.4.1 Experimental Study on a Short Column

4.4.2 Load Versus Deformation of Short Columns

4.4.3 Mechanical Behavior of Short Columns with Sustained Loading

4.5 Analysis of Axially Compressed Slender Columns

4.5.1 Experimental Study on a Slender Column

4.5.2 Stability Coefficient

4.5.3 Equation for Ultimate Capacity of Axially Compressed Columns

4.6 Applications of the Bearing Capacity Equation for Axially Compressed Members

4.6.1 Bearing Capacity Calculation of Existing Structural Members

4.6.2 Cross—Sectional Design of New Structural

4.7 Analysis of Spiral Columns

4.7.1 Experiment Study on Spiral Columns

4.7.2 Ultimate Compressive Capacities

5 Bending Behavior of Flexural Members

5.1 Engineering Applications

5.2 Mechanical Characteristics and Reinforcement Type of Flexural Members

5.3 Sectional Dimension and Reinforcement Detailing

5.4 Experimental Study on Flexural Members

5.4.1 Test Setup

5.4.2 Experimental Results

5.5 Analysis of Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections

5.5.1 Basic Assumptions

5.5.2 Analysis Before Cracking

5.5.3 Analysis at Cracking

5.5.4 Analysis After Cracking

5.5.5 Analysis at Ultimate State

5.6 Simplified Analysis of Singly Reinforced

Rectangular Sections

5.6.1 Equivalent Rectangular Stress Block

5.6.2 Compression Zone Depth of a Balanced—Reinforced Section

5.6.3 Calculation of the Flexural Bearing Capacity of a Singly Reinforced Rectangular Section

5.7 Applications of the Equations for Flexural Bearing Capacities of Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections

5.7.1 Bearing Capacity Calculation of Existing Structural Members

5.7.2 Cross—Sectional Design of New Structural Members

5.8 Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Sections

5.8.1 Detailing Requirement on Doubly Reinforced Sections

5.8.2 Experimental Results

5.8.3 Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Sections

5.8.4 Simplified Calculation of the Flexural Bearing Capacities of Doubly Reinforced Sections

5.9 Applications of the Equations for Flexural Bearing Capacities of Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections

5.9.1 Bearing Capacity Calculation of Existing Structural Members

5.9.2 Cross—Sectional Design of New Structural Members

5.10 Analysis of T Sections

5.10.1 Effective Compressed Flange Width of T Beams

5.10.2 Simplified Calculation Method for the Flexural Bearing Capacities of T Sections

5.11 Applications of the Equations for Hexural Bearing Capacities of T Sections

5.11.1 Bearing Capacity Calculation of Existing Structural Members

5.11.2 Cross—Sectional Design of New Structural Members

5.12 Deep Flexural Members

5.12.1 Basic Concepts and Applications

5.12.2 Mechanical Properties and Failure Modes of Deep Flexural Members

5.12.3 Flexural Bearing Capacities of Deep Beams

5.12.4 Flexural Bearing Capacities of Short， Beams

5.12.5 Unified Formulae for the Flexural Bearing Capacities of Deep Flexural Members

5.13 Ductility of Normal Sections of Flexural Members

6 Compression and Tension Behavior of Eccentrically Loaded Members

7 Shear

8 Torsion

9 Punching Shear and Bearing

10 Prestressed Concrete Structures

11 Serviceability of Concrete Structures

12 Durability of Concrete Structures

Appendix A： Basic Requirements of Experiments for Basic Principles of Concrete Structure

References