2nd Edition, Portland Cement Association, Skokie, Illinois, 1993, 235 pages, ISBN: 0893121290, 9780893121297The Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete (ACI 318) is an authoritative document often adopted and referenced as a design and construction standard in state and municipal buildhg codes around the country as well as in the specifications of several federal agencies, its provisions thus becoming law. Whether ACI318 is enforced as part of buildhrg regulations or is otherwise utilized as a voluntary consensus standard, design professionals use thk standard almost exclusively as the basis for the proper design and construction of buildings of reinforced cnncrete.The ACI 318 standard appfies to all types of buildkrg uses; structures of all heights ranging from the very tall highrises down to single-story buildings; facilities with large areas as well as those of nominal size; buildings having complex shapes and those primarily designed as uncomplicated boxes; and buildings requiring structurally intricate or innovative framing systems in contrast to those of more conventional or tradltionaf systems of construction. The general provisions developed to encompass all these extremes of building design and construction tend to make the application of ACI 318 complex and time consuming. However, this need not necessarily be the case, particularly in the design of reinforced concrete buildings of moderate size and height, as is demonstrated in this publication.This book has been written as a timesaving aid for use by experienced professionals who consistently seek ways to simpliiy design procedures.
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