SP-033: Impact of Computers on the Practice of Structural Engineering in Concrete

SP-033: Impact of Computers on the Practice of Structural Engineering in Concrete

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Examines three general aspects: (1) computer systems, (2) typical design applications, and (3) computer graphics applications. Written to give the reader an indication and appreciation of the trends in computer usage, the selected papers provide an overview of the contribution computers are making and perhaps more important, could be making to the practice of structural engineering in concrete. This comprehensive volume includes 17 papers covering: proportioning of concrete mixes; structural analysis of slabs, mass concrete, and machine foundations; design optimization; design of buildings, bridges, and beams; and an appendix listing computer program information available through ACI.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 1972

ISBN:

Categories: Concrete Technology

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

The Use of Strudl in Reinforced Concrete Building Design

Command Language Interface for Automatic Design of Structures in Three Dimensions

Problem Oriented Language for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Integrated Systems-Some Fundamental Considerations in Engineering Computer Usage

Computer Applications in Analysis and Concrete Design

Computer Programs and the Practicing Engineer

Interactive Design of Concrete Structures

Automatic Design and Drafting of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures

Computer Optimization in Structural Concrete Design

SP-330: Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues Proceedings Fourteenth International Conference Beijing, China

Computerized Concrete Mix Proportioning for Large Projects

Dynafn-A Design Aid for Vibration Analysis of Machine Foundations

Finite Element Analysis of Stresses in Mass Concrete Structures

A Computer Program for Checking Reinforced Concrete Beams

Computer-Aided Limit State Design for Reinforced Concrete Structures

Yield-Line Anaylsis of Reinforced Concrete Slabs Using a Digital Computer

Computer Program Developments by the Portland Cement Association

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