Eurocode-Compliant Seismic Analysis and Design of R/C Buildings

Ioannis Avramidis, Asimina Athanatopoulou, K. Morfidis, A. Sextos, A. Giaralis ... 
488 pages - Publisher: Springer; 1st edition (November, 2015) ...
Language: English - ASIN: B0186VMBRO by Amazon Digital Services ...

This book aims to serve as an essential reference to facilitate civil engineers involved in the design of new conventional (ordinary) reinforced concrete (R/C) buildings regulated by the current European EC8 (EN 1998-1:2004) and EC2 (EN 1992-1-1:2004) codes of practice. The book provides unique step-by-step flowcharts which take the reader through all the required operations, calculations, and verification checks prescribed by the EC8 provisions. These flowcharts are complemented by comprehensive discussions and practical explanatory comments on critical aspects of the EC8 code-regulated procedure for the earthquake resistant design of R/C buildings. Further, detailed analysis and design examples of typical multi-storey three-dimensional R/C buildings are included to illustrate the required steps for achieving designs of real-life structures which comply with the current EC8 provisions. These examples can be readily used as verification tutorials to check the reliability of custom-made computer programs and of commercial Finite Element software developed/used for the design of earthquake resistant R/C buildings complying with the EC8 (EN 1998-1:2004) code. This book will be of interest to practitioners working in consulting and designing engineering companies and to advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level civil engineering students attending courses and curricula in the earthquake resistant design of structures and/or undertaking pertinent design projects.

Eurocode-Compliant Seismic Analysis and Design of R/C Buildings: Concepts, Commentary and Worked Examples with Flowcharts, Ioannis Avramidis, Asimina Athanatopoulou, Konstantinos Morfidis, Anastasios Sextos, Agathoklis Giaralis

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