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RCC Design Handbook


This Practical Design Manual intends to outline practice of detailed design and detailings of reinforced concrete work to the Code. Detailings of individual 2 Version 2.3 May 2008 types of members are included in the respective sections for the types, though Section 13 in the Manual includes certain aspects in detailings which are common to all types of members. Design examples, charts are included, with derivations of approaches and formulae as necessary. Aspects on analysis are only discussed selectively in this Manual. In addition, as the Department has decided to adopt Section 9.9 of the Code which is in relation to provisions for “ductility” for columns and beams contributing in the lateral load resisting system in accordance with Cl. 9.1 of the Code, conflicts of this section with others in the Code are resolved with the more stringent ones highlighted as requirements in our structural design. As computer methods have been extensively used nowadays in analysis and design, the contents as related to the current popular analysis and design approaches by computer methods are also discussed. The background theory of the plate bending structure involving twisting moments, shear stresses, and design approach by the Wood Armer Equations which are extensively used by computer methods are also included in the Appendices in this Manual for design of slabs, flexible pile caps and footings. To make distinctions between the equations quoted from the Code and the equations derived in this Manual, the former will be prefixed by (Ceqn) and the latter by (Eqn). Unless otherwise stated, the general provisions and dimensioning of steel bars are based on high yield bars with f y = 460N/mm2 . 1.4 Revision as contained in Amendment No. 1 comprising major revisions including (i) exclusion of members not contributing to lateral load resisting system from ductility requirements in Cl. 9.9; (ii) rectification of ε0 in the concrete stress strain curves; (iii) raising the threshold concrete grade for limiting neutral axis depths to 0.5d from grade 40 to grade 45 for flexural members; (iv) reducing the x values of the simplified stress block for concrete above grade 45 are incorporated in this Manual.
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