Strut-and-Tie Modeling for Structural Concrete

CEE285C

Stanford School of Engineering


Strut and Tie Modeling for Structural Concrete CEE285C

Description

This course presents the concepts and application of strut-and-tie modeling (STM) for structural concrete elements. Students will identify regions within structures where STM can be used for design, apply the methodology to locate and detail reinforcement, and check the capacity of their model. Applications of the method will be illustrated for deep beams, corbels, post-tensioned anchorage zones, torsion resistance, and bridge components. Various strut-and-tie models will be evaluated based on efficiency, economy, and performance.

Recommended for CEE MS Programs: Structural Engineering and Geomechanics (SEG)

What you will learn

  • How to identify regions within structures where STM can be used
  • How to apply STM methodology to locate and detail reinforcement
  • How to check the capacity of a model and assess performance

Prerequisites

CEE 182 or equivalent introductory course in reinforced concrete design.

Topics include

  • Constructing a strut-and-tie model
  • Evaluation of a strut-and-tie model
  • Application of modeling tools to unique structural elements
  • Assessment of modeling tools for efficiency, economy, and performance

Notes

This course is only offered annually during Summer Quarter.

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