This guide, which includes a foreword by Dr. Gene Corley, provides structural engineers with a practical treatment of the design of cast-in-place reinforced concrete structures to resist the effects of blast loads. Readers will be able to understand the principles of blast-resistant design, determine the kind and degree of resistance a structure needs, and specify the materials and details required to provide it. Guidelines are provided for detailing requirements for blast resistance and detailing philosophy and reinforcement splicing are introduced for columns, beams, slabs, walls and joints. It includes a final chapter devoted to design methods that can protect structures against progressive collapse.
|Name||Blast Resistant Design Guide for Reinforced Concrete Structures|
|Author||Smith, S., McCann, D. and Kamara, M.|
|Download Method||Direct Download|
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