Prestressed Concrete Structures

  1. Introduction
  2. Advantages and Types of Prestressing
  3. Pre-tensioning Systems and Devices
  4. Post-tensioning Systems and Devices
  5. Concrete (Part I)
  6. Concrete (Part II)
  7. Prestressing Steel
  8. Losses in Prestress (Part I)
  9. Losses in Prestress (Part II)
  10. Losses in Prestress (Part III)
  11. Analysis of Members under Axial Load
  12. Analysis of Members under Flexure (Part I)
  13. Analysis of Members under Flexure (Part II)
  14. Analysis of Members under Flexure (Part III)
  15. Analysis of Members under Flexure (Part IV)
  16. Analysis of Members under Flexure (Part V)
  17. Design of Members
  18. Design of Sections for Flexure
  19. Design of Sections for Flexure (Part II)
  20. Design of Sections for Flexure (Part III)
  21. Design of Sections for Flexure (Part IV)
  22. Detailing Requirements for Flexure
  23. Analysis for Shear
  24. Design for Shear (Part I)
  25. Design for Shear (Part II)
  26. Analysis for Torsion
  27. Design for Torsion (Part I)
  28. Design for Torsion (Part II)
  29. Calculation of Deflection
  30. Calculation of Crack Width
  31. Transmission of Prestress (Part I)
  32. Transmission of Prestress (Part II)
  33. Cantilever Beams
  34. Continuous Beams (Part I)
  35. Continuous Beams (Part II)
  36. Composite Sections
  37. One-way Slabs
  38. Two-way Slabs (Part I)
  39. Two-way Slabs (Part II)
  40. Compression Members
  41. Circular Prestressing
  42. Bibliography