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Reinforced concrete is widely used for construction on a large scale due to its desirable mechanical properties. Types of steel and non-steel concrete reinforcement are described. Corrosion has an adverse effect on the embedded steel if structures are not properly designed and constructed.

What is Reinforced Concrete?
Reinforced concrete, or RCC, is concrete that contains embedded steel bars, plates, or fibers that strengthen the material. The capability to carry loads by these materials is magnified, and because of this RCC is used extensively in all construction. In fact, it has become the most commonly utilized construction material.
Reinforced materials are embedded in the concrete in such a way that the two materials resist the applied forces together. The compressive strength of concrete and the tensile strength of steel form a strong bond to resist these stresses over a long span. Plain concrete is not suitable for most construction projects because it cannot easily withstand the stresses created by vibrations, wind, or other forces.
Content In Excel Sheet :-
  • Beam Designing.
  • Column Designing.
  • Slap Designing.
  • Seismic Zone.
  • Combined Footing.
  • Isolated Footing.
  • Dome Designing.
  • 3 Hinged Arch Designing.
  • Circular Beams.
  • Slender Columns.
  • Bi-Axial Columns.
  • Deflection Calculations.
  • Design of Retaining Walls.
  • Design of L shaped Cantilever Retaining Walls.
  • Design of Reverse L shaped Cantilever Retaining Walls.
  • Design of Constants for Working Stress Method .
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