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Department of Civil Engineering

Sir Syed University of Engineering &


Technology
COURSE FILE

Course Name: Plain and Reinforced Concrete


Course Code: CV315
Instructor Name: Engr. Dr. Ataullah Maher
Batch: 2015
Semester: V
Sections: A, B, C, D, E
Office: EF-06
Email: dratumaher@ssuet.edu.pk
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Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi


Department of Civil Engineering
Timetable of Engr. Dr. Ataullah Maher

Period
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Day
ES-1B
Mon RCCTh
CV5C
ES-1B
Tue RCCTh
CV5D
ES-1A
Wed RCCTh
CV5B
ES-1A
Thu RCCTh
CV5A
ES-1B
Fri RCCTh
CV5E

Work Load

Counseling 1 HOURS

Lecture Preparation 2 HOURS

Final Year Project 3 HOURS

Theory 5 HOURS
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Total 11 HOURS
Course File Contents
1. Time Table

2. Course Outline

3. Lecture Breakup

4. Lecture Slides

5. Test/Assignments/Mid-Term/Final

6. Supporting Material

7. Course Meeting

8. Course Web site


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Course Outline
CV315 PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE

Introduction: Design and construction of strong, durable and economical concrete structures
requires understanding of the properties of concrete constituents and characteristics of fresh
and hardened concrete. The design of concrete mixes for achieving the desired
characteristics of good concrete is also included in this course along with laboratory work.

Prerequisite CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS (CV203)

Recommended book: CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY Neville and Brooks


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Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology Karachi

Civil Engineering Department

Subject: Plain and Reinforced Concrete(CV315)

Course outline

Course Title: Plain and Reinforced Concrete

Course Code: CV315

Credit Hours: 3+1

Semester: V

Course Instructor: Engr. Dr. Ataullah Maher, Engr. M. Murtaza Nasir

Aims & Objectives:

To introduce basic constituents and properties of fresh and hardened concrete to enable
design and construction of strong, durable and economical concrete structures.

Course Outline:

Topic %Course
coverage

1. Fresh concrete: workability, slump and other tests, mixing of concrete, analysis of 7%
fresh concrete, light weight concrete.

2. Elasticity, shrinkage and creep: modulus of elasticity, poisson’ ratio, volume 3%


change, swelling and shrinkage, creep of concrete.

3. Testing of concrete: various types of compression tests, cube test, cylinder test, 6%
ultrasonic pulse test.

4. Mix design: basic considerations, quality control, concrete constituent materials, 15%
mix proportions, water-cement ratio, concrete mix design.

5. Stress-strain curves: compressive, tensile and shear strength of concrete, 3%


concrete strength under combined stresses.

6. Design concept of two-way slabs using coefficient method. 10%

7. ACI specification for thickness of two-way slabs. 5%

8. Designing of one-way slabs. 10%

9. Designing of singly reinforced concrete beam. 5%


10. Designing of doubly reinforced concrete beam 4%

11. Properties of Reinforced Concrete 6%

12. Material properties necessary for modelling reinforced concrete 6%

13. Analysis and design concepts, design codes and design philosophies 10%

14. Analysis and design of short, intermediate and long columns as per ACI 318 10%

Total 100%

Books and References:

 Neville, “Properties of Concrete”


 Neville and Brooks, “Concrete Technology”

Email address: dratumaher@ssuet.edu.pk


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Department of Civil Engineering

Subject: Plain and Reinforced Concrete

Lecture Plan
Week# Lecture# Topics Assignment % of course
/Quizes coverage

Week 1 1 Introduction: history,


constituents of concrete,
good versus bad concrete

Week 2,3 2, 3 Cement: characteristics of


basic compounds and
effect on properties of
different types of cement;
sulfate attack, frost attack,
chloride attack, volume
changes in hydrated
cement paste, creep,
shrinkage, strength
development, hydration,
pozzolana, admixtures

Week 4,5 4,5 Products of Hydration:


effect of water-cement
ratio on capillary pores
and structure of products
of hydration, voids and
strength of hardened
cement paste

Week 6,7 6,7 Aggregates: significance of


grading, size, shape and
surface texture of
aggregates vis-a-vis mix
proportions of concrete in
the perspective of
workability, strength and
durability

Week 8 MID TERM EXAM

Week 9,10,11,12 8,9,10,11 Concrete mix design


Week 13, 14 12,13 Properties of fresh and
hardened concrete

Week 15 14 Strength and durability of


concrete

Week 16 TERM EXAM


Department of Civil Engineering
Sir Syed University of Engineering &
Technology
COURSE FILE

Course Name: Plain and Reinforced Concrete


Course Code: CV315
Instructor Name: Engr. M. Murtaza Nasir
Batch: 2015
Semester: V
Sections: A, B, C, D, E
Office: EFT-05
Email: mmuhammad@ssuet.edu.pk
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Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi


Department of Civil Engineering
Timetable of Engr. M. Murtaza Nasir

Period
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Day
Counseling ES-1B EFT-3
Mon RCC Th RCC Th
CV5E CV5B
ES-1B Counseling EFT-3
Tue RCC Th RCC Th
CV5C CV5A
ES-1B ES-2A FYP FYP FYP
Wed RCC Th RCC Th Project Project Project
CV5C CV5D
EFT-3 ES-2A FYP FYP FYP
Thu RCC Th RCC Th Project Project Project
CV5A CV5E
ES-1A Counseling ES-1B FYP FYP
Fri RCC Th RCC Th Project Project
CV5B CV5D

Work Load

Counseling 03 HOURS

Practical 0 HOURS

Final Year Project 08 HOURS, (03 Projects)

Theory 10 HOURS
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Total 21 HOURS
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Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology Karachi

Civil Engineering Department

Subject: Plain and Reinforced Concrete (CV315)

Course outline

Course Title: Plain and Reinforced Concrete

Course Code: CV315

Credit Hours: 3+1

Semester: V

Course Instructor: Engr. M. Murtaza Nasir

Aims & Objectives:

To develop an understanding of material behavior and mathematical modeling of reinforced


concrete, analysis and design philosophies and codes. Furthermore, to introduce basic
analysis and design of singly reinforced and doubly reinforced concrete beams, two way and
one way slabs, and analysis and design of short and long reinforced concrete columns using
ACI code.

Course Outline:

Topic %Course coverage

1. Properties of Reinforced Concrete 5%

2. Material properties necessary for modeling reinforced concrete 5%

3. Analysis and design concepts, design codes and design 5%


philosophies

4. Designing of singly reinforced concrete beam 15%

5. Designing of doubly reinforced concrete beam 20%

6. Designing of one-way slabs 15%

7. ACI specification for thickness of two-way slabs 5%

8. Design concept of two-way slabs using coefficient method 15%

9. Analysis and design of short, intermediate and long columns as 20%


per ACI 318
Books and References:

 Nadim Hassoun,” Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures” , 5th Edition


 Arthur H. Nilson, “Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures”, 3rd Edition
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Department of Civil Engineering

Subject: Plain and Reinforced Concrete

Lecture Plan
Assignment %age of course
Week# Lecture# Topics
/Quizzes coverage

Design philosophy and


concepts, Loads and safety
provisions, Mathematical
Week 1 1, 2 modeling of reinforced 5%
concrete

Properties of Concrete;
Strength, Elasticity,
Week 2 3,4 10%
Ductility, Creep, Fatigue,
steel R/F

Introduction to singly and


Week 3 5, 6 doubly reinforced 15%
concrete beam.

Design example of singly


Week 4, 5 7, 8, 9 25%
reinforced beam.

Design example of doubly


Week 5, 6 10, 11 Assignment 35%
reinforced beam.

Design of T and L shape


Week 6, 7 12, 13 45%
sections

Introduction to one-way
Week 7 14 slab 50%

Week 8 MID TERM EXAM

Design example of one-


Week 9 17, 18 60%
way slab.

Thickness of two-way slab


Week 10 19, 20 65%
by ACI specification
Introduction to coefficient 75%
Week 11 21
Method of two-way slab

Design example of two- 80%


Week 11, 12 22, 23, 24
way slab.

Axially loaded columns; Quiz 90%


Behavior, Limitations,
Week 13 25, 26
Design equations,
Problems

Long columns; effective 100%


length, member stiffness,
27, 28, 29,
Week 14, 15 slenderness, Moment
30
magnification method;
Problems

Week 16 TERM EXAM


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Department of Civil Engineering

Course Meeting Form

Course Name: Plain and Reinforced Concrete


Date: _______ Meeting No: ________ Room No: ______

Agenda:

The agenda of the meeting is to decide the topics covered in Chapter No2.

Points Discussed in Meeting:

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Meeting Outcome:

Name and Signatures of Course members:

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