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An analysis, design and synthesis course for concrete structures, emphasizing elastic analysis and strength design. Topics include strength and serviceability requirements. Design of one way slabs, rectangular beams, flanged sections and columns, and footings for strength, shear, bond, bearing, and serviceability. Building codes, American Concrete Institute (ACI) specifications, material specifications, test methods, and recommended practice documents. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE 3341.

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Includes structural design of slender columns, walls, truss model for shear and torsion; structural systems such as continuous beams, two-way slabs, yield-line theory and shear friction. Behavior of reinforced concrete structures, with emphasis on ductility and detailing of frames, slabs, and detailing for seismic loads will be covered. Building codes, American Concrete Institute (ACI) specifications, material specifications, test methods, and recommended practice documents. Credit not granted for both CE 4361 and CE 5312. Prerequisite: CE 4347.

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Analysis and design of concrete bridges for vehicles using American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Load and Resistance Factor Design (AASHTO LRFD) specifications. Covers bridge type selection, preliminary design, bridge design loads, bridge deck design, shear design including strut-and-tie model, AASHTO limit states, torsion design, substructure design, and construction practices maintenance issues. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE 4363 or CE 5309.

Course |
Number ofTimes Taught |
AverageEnrollment |
Average StudentEvaluation |
---|---|---|---|

Strength of Materials (UG)* | 5 | 35 | VG |

Concrete Design (UG)* | 27 | 45 | E |

Steel Design (UG)* | 10 | 43 | VG |

Advanced Concrete Design (UG, G)* | 13 | 15 | E |

Bridge Design (G)* | 4 | 10 | E |

Prestressed Concrete (UG, G)* | 9 | 20 | E |

Bridge Engineering(UG, G)* | 2 | 18 | E |

Timber Design (UG)* | 8 | 30 | E |

Masonry Design (UG)* | 5 | 25 | E |

Structural Analysis (UG)* | 8 | 38 | VG |

Indeterminate Structural Analysis (UG, G)* | 6 | 23 | E |

Structural Reliability(G)* | 6 | 15 | E |

Engineering Mechanics (UG)* | 5 | 66 | E |

Senior Design Project (UG)* | 6 | 39 | E |

1: E and VG represent more than 90% and 80-90% of the students agreeing that the course instructor was an effective teacher, respectively.

*: Signifies new course developed by Dr. Yazdani

UG: Undergraduate level.

G: Graduate level.