Precast Concrete Structures

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Precast Concrete Structures Book

Contents
Preface
Authors .
Preliminary remarks
Standards, leaflets and directives

1 General

1.1       The advantages of factory production
1.2       Historical development
1.3       European standardisation

2 Design of precast concrete structures

2.1       Boundary conditions for precast concrete design
2.1.1     Production process
2.1.2     Tolerances
2.1.3     Transport and erection
2.1.4     Fire protection
2.2       Stability of precast concrete structures
2.2.1     Arrangement of stability elements
2.2.2     Loads on stability elements
2.2.3     Distribution of horizontal loads .
2.2.4     Verification of building stability
2.2.5     Structural design of floor diaphragms
2.2.6     Structural design of vertical stability elements
2.2.7     Design of perimeter ties to DIN 1045-1
2.3       Loadbearing elements
2.3.1     Suspended floor elements
2.3.2     Floor and roof beams
2.3.3     Columns
2.3.4     Walls
2.3.5     Foundations
2.4       Precast concrete fac¸ades
2.4.1     Environmental influences and the requirements of building physics
2.4.2     Fac¸ade design
2.4.3     Joint design
2.4.4     Fac¸ade fixings
2.4.5     Architectural fac¸ades
2.5       Connections
2.6       Current design issues
2.6.1     Additions to cross-sections, floors with concrete topping
Corbels and notched beam ends
2.6.3     Lateral buckling
2.6.4     Pad foundations
2.6.5     Design for fire

3 Joints between precast concrete elements

3.1       Compression joints
3.1.1     Butt joints  .
3.1.2     Zones of support to DIN 1045-1
3.1.3     Elastomeric bearings to DIN 4141
3.1.4     Elastomeric bearings to DIN EN 1337
3.2       Tension joints
3.2.1     Welded joints
3.2.2     Anchoring steel plates, dowels, studs and cast-in channels
3.2.3     Shear dowels
3.2.4     Screw couplers
3.2.5     Transport fixings
3.2.6     Retrofitted corbels
3.3       Shear joints
3.3.1     General
3.3.2     Floor diaphragms and wall plates – in-plane shear forces
3.3.3     Joints in suspended floor slabs – out-of-plane shear forces

4 Factory production 

4.1       Production methods
4.2       Types of concrete in precast concrete construction
4.2.1     Processing properties .
4.2.2     Strength
4.2.3     Self-compacting concrete (SCC) .
4.2.4     Fibre-reinforced concrete
4.2.5     Coloured and structured concrete surfaces
4.3       Producing the concrete in the factory
4.3.1     Heat treatment and curing
4.3.2     Working hardened concrete surfaces
4.3.3     Coating and cladding
4.4       Installing the reinforcement in the factory
4.4.1     Round bars and meshes
4.4.2     Prestressing beds
4.5       Quality control
References
Index

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