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Reinforced Concrete Design


Based on the ACI 318-08 Building Code
Program Content:
Day One Day Two
Materials Properties Columns
Concrete and reinforcing steel properties Axial load capacity
relevant to structural concrete design Combined flexure and axial load interaction
Strength Design Method Column slenderness
Basic principles for strength design When are columns non-sway or sway
Load factors and load combinations Column slenderness limits
Strength reduction factors Moment magnification methods
Analysis and design considerations Walls
Approximate elastic analysis Axial load and flexure
Stiffness for lateral load analysis Design methods
Redistribution of moments Minimum reinforcement
Design of Beams and One-Way Slabs Shear design
Flexural design Footings
Tension-controlled and compression- Proportioning footprint
controlled sections One- and two-way shear strength
Minimum and maximum flexural reinforcement Flexural strength
Development and splices Minimum flexural reinforcement, distribution
Straight bars, standard hooks, and of flexural reinforcement
headed bars Load transfer at base of column
Bar cut-offs Detailing of Earthquake-
Structural integrity reinforcement Resistant Structures
Flexural crack control reinforcement Intermediate moment frames
Skin reinforcement Special moment frames
Shear design Special structural walls and
Torsion design and detailing coupling beams
Design of Two-Way Slabs Structural diaphragms
Design by direct design and equivalent frame
Flexural design
Deflection requirements
Two-way shear design
Design of drop panels
Design of headed shear stud reinforcement
Structural integrity reinforcement for slabs
Who should attend:
Designers and engineers

Richard W. Furlong, James R. Harris, Mahmoud Kamara, Dominic J. Kelly, Lawrence C. Novak, and
Andrew W. Taylor. For more detailed information on the faculty, go to

Seminar handouts:
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary (ACI 318/318R)
PCA Notes on 318-08
Seminar Lecture Notes