Download Computer Analysis & Reinforced Concrete Design of Beams by Fady R. S. Rostom, This project deals with the creation of a computer application that analyzes and designs structural beams. The project additionally aims at emphasizing the importance of computers within the solution of everyday engineering issues. The program developed analyzes one, two and three-span beams and includes a module for the design of reinforced concrete beams. This program was created using the comparatively new Actionscript language. Download the pdf from below to explore all content and start learning.

BOOK CONTENTS-

CH.1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Computer Application in the Civil & Structural Engineering Industry
1.1.1 Structural Analysis & Design Software
1.2 Scope & Aims of Project
1.3 Project Overview


CH.2: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Programming Language Review
2.2.1 Basic Elements of Actionscript
2.2 Analytical Theories Review
2.2.1 Macaulay’s Method
2.2.2 Moment Area Method
2.2.3 Conjugate Beam Method
2.2.4 Virtual Work Method
2.2.5 The Unit Load Method
2.2.6 Influence Line Theory
2.2.7 The Three Moment Equation (Clapeyron’s Theorem)
2.2.8 Stiffness & Flexibility Methods
2.2.9 Slope Deflection Method
2.2.10 Moment Distribution Method
2.3 Reinforced Concrete Beam Design Review
2.3.1 Composite Action
2.3.2 Limit State Design
2.3.3 Bending & the Equivalent Stress Block
2.3.4 Rectangular Section with Compression Reinforcement at the Ultimate Limit state


CH. 3 PROGRAM REVIEW & APPLICATION
3.1 Single Span Beams
3.2 Two Span Beam Analysis
3.3 Three Span Beam Analysis
3.4 Reinforced Concrete Beam Design


CH. 4: DISCUSSION
4.1 Single Span Beam Analysis
4.2 Two & Three Span Load Swap Modules
4.3 Two Span Beam Analysis
4.4 Three Span Beam Analysis
4.5 Reinforced Concrete Beam Design Module
4.6 Program Limitations
4.6 General Program Discussions


CH. 5: CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Conclusion
5.2 Recommendations


CH. 6: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY