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Reinforced Concrete Design of Tall Buildings 1st Edition Bungale S. Taranath (ACI 318, IBC and ASCE/SEI)

Table of Contents Design Concept Characteristics of Reinforced Concrete Behavior of Reinforced concrete Elements External Loads Lateral Load-Resisting Systems Collapse Patterns Buckling of a Tall Building under its Own Weight Gravity Systems Formwork Considerations Floor Systems Design Methods One-Way Slab, T-Beams, and Two-Way Slabs: Hand Calculations Prestressed Concrete Systems Foundations Guidelines for Thinking on Your Feet Unit Quantities Lateral Load-Resisting Systems Flat Slab-Frame System Flat Slab-Frame with Shear Walls Coupled Shear Walls Rigid Frame Tube System with Widely Spaced Columns Rigid Frame with Haunch Girders Core-Supported Structures Shear Wall–Frame Interaction Frame Tube System Exterior Diagonal Tube Bundled Tube Spinal Wall Systems Outrigger and Belt Wall System Miscellaneous Systems Wind Loads Design Considerations Natural Wind Characteristics of Wind ASCE 7-05: Wind Load Provisions National Building Code of Canada (NBCC 2005): Wind Load Provisions Wind-Tunnels T Seismic Design Building Behavior Seismic Design Concept An Overview of 2006 IBC ASCE 7-05 Seismic Provisions: An Overview An Overview of Chapter 11 of ASCE 7-05, Seismic Design Criteria An Overview of Chapter 12 of ASCE 7-05, Seismic Design Requirements for Building Structures ASCE 7-05, Seismic Design: An In-Depth Discussion Seismic Design Example: Dynamic Analysis Procedure (Response Spectrum Analysis) Using Hand Calculations Anatomy of Computer Response Spectrum Analyses (In Other Words, What Goes on in the Black Box) Dynamic Response Concept Dynamic Analysis Theory Seismic Design Examples and Details Seismic Design Recap Design Techniques to Promote Ductile Behavior Integrity Reinforcement Review of Strength Design Intermediate Moment-Resisting Frames Special Moment-Resisting Frames Shear Walls Frame Members Not Designed to Resist Earthquake Forces Diaphragms Foundations Design Examples Typical Details ACI 318-08 Update Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings Code-Sponsored Design Alternate Design Philosophy Code Provisions for Seismic Upgrade Building Deformations Common Defi ciencies and Upgrade Methods Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings, ASCE/SEI 41-06 Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Systems for Strengthening of Concrete Buildings Seismic Strengthening Details Tall Buildings Historical Background Review of High-Rise Architecture Functional Requirements Definition of Tall Buildings Lateral Load Design Philosophy Concept of Premium for Height Relative Structural Cost Factors for Reduction in the Weight of Structural Frame Development of High-Rise Architecture Structural Scheme Options Summary of Building Technology Structural Concepts Bending and Shear Rigidity Index Case Studies Future of Tall Buildings Special Topics Damping Devices for Reducing Motion Perception Seismic Isolation Passive Energy Dissipation Preliminary Analysis Techniques Torsion Performance-Based Design Wind Deflections References

Reference: Taranath, B. S. (2009). Reinforced concrete design of tall buildings. CRC press.

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