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CEE 4730 Design of Concrete Structures

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  • Instructor: Kenneth Hover
  • Dept: Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Title: Professor
  • Address: 302A Hollister Hall
  • Phone: 607 255-3406
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Lecture: TR 11:40am-12:55pm HLS 366
Section: R 2:30-4:25 THR B02
F 2:30pm-4:25pm THR B02

Spring. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: CEE 3710 or permission of instructor.

Centered on the design of a multi-story building that is initially planned with masonry bearing walls and precast-prestressed concrete floors. The masonry walls are then replaced with steel beams and columns. In the next phase the precast concrete is replaced with cast-in-place reinforced concrete. Finally, the structural steel elements are replaced with a reinforced concrete framing system. The course explores gravity loads, wind loads, and earthquake loads, and the behavior of individual members and the structure as a whole.

Outcome 1: Learn how to develop loads and structures from planned use and from service environment.

Outcome 2: Learn how loads move through building systems.

Outcome 3: Understand the use and origin of standard building codes and specifications.

Outcome 4: Experience the fiscal value of time by keeping track of all time spent on design project and submitting bi-weekly invoices to the client.

Outcome 5: Gain experience with working in teams.

 

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