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Karve and Dr. In this book there is discussed several things related to RCC design of a building. This book presents the basic concepts of techniques of building construction, mainly by means of drawings illustrating typical construction details, processes and concepts. I have chosen this method because it reflects the primary means of communication on site between building designer and building contractor — the construction drawing or detail.
It must be stressed that the drawings used here represent typical details, chosen to illustrate particular points of building construction or technology; they do not constitute the alpha and omega of any buildings design, detail or process. The principles they illustrate must therefore, in reality, be applied to the data of the particular problem or situation encountered. This new edition has been revised by Roger Greeno, in line with current building regulations.
This new edition enlarges and updates the previous edition. It includes numerous revisions, amendments and additions in line with ongoing practice and legislative changes. Included are features of construction that are designed to economies and manage the use of fuel energy in buildings and limit the effect on atmospheric pollution.
This incorporates high efficiency heating equipment see also the companion volume Building Services Handbook , thermal envelope, air-tightness of structure and reference to carbon emissions. Some coverage of human rights issues with regard to the less able is also included, with respect to access into buildings and the use of facilities therein. By definition this publication is a Handbook, and as such it provides guidance through simple illustrations and comprehensive text.
Further reading is encouraged and, where appropriate, subjects are provided with supplementary reference sources. Introduction to Structural Design 2. Loads and material 3. Analysis 4. Limit State Theory for R. Members 5. Design of Members 6. Design of Single Storey Public Building 7. Design of Multi Storeyed Office Building 8.
Design of Multi Storeyed Residential Building 9. Design of Portal Frame
ILLUSTRATED DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS By Late Dr. S. R. Karve and Dr. V. L. Saha