Course detail

Load-Bearing Structures 2

FAST-AF001Acad. year: 2018/2019

Design of concrete elements due to service limit state, reinforced concrete framed structures, space floor slab structures, foundation structures.
Properties of a timber and materials on the basis of a timber from the aspect of utilization in building structures, Czech and foreign standards for the design of structures, limit states of timber structures, basic types of stresses of members of timber structures and methodology of their checking, joints of timber structures, plated and truss structures, space timber structures – lattice structures, space bar systems, ribbed dome, vaulted and shell structures.
Properties of soils, classification of soils for foundation engineering, stresses at soils, geostatical stress, contact pressure, stress from external loading, limit states methodology, the design of shallow foundations due to limit states, retaining and pile walls, diaphragm walls, gabions, foundation pit, deep foundations, special foundation methods, jet grouting, micropiles.

Department

Institute of Geotechnics (GTN)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Student will master the basic principles of static design of concrete and timber structures. Students learn how to design shallow foundations. Students will be able to design deep foundations for different geotechnical categories. They will be able to design safe and economical sheeting and dewatering of foundation pits. They will learn how to design a suitable method for underpinning of objects at reconstruction and modernization.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of structural mechanics, theory of elasticity, loads, basic principles of structure design, engineering geology.

Co-requisites

Risks at foundation of objects, new technologies of special foundation methods, environmental geotechnics.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

Not applicable.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
The presented topic is practiced on credit examples including the parts individually discussed. Part of the exercise takes place in a classroom PC - application software for the solution of the problem.
Teaching includes optional lectures, field trips and workshops held currently in various projects.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Conditions of credit is to develope a final credit examples and satisfying attendance.
The exam will consist of written and oral part. Condition of the oral exam is a written test conditions.

Language of instruction

Czech

Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

1. Design of concrete elements due to service limit state.
2. Reinforced concrete framed structures.
3. Space floor slab structures - slabs bearing in two directions, grid structure.
4. Foundation structures – pads, continuous footings, rafts, slabs.
5. Properties of a timber and materials on the basis of a timber from the aspect of utilization in building
structures. Czech and foreign standards for the design of structures. Limit states of timber structures.
6. Basic types of stresses of members of timber structures and methodology of their checking. Joints of timber
structures.
7. Plated and truss structures. Space timber structures – lattice structures, space bar systems, ribbed dome, vaulted
and shell structures.
8. Soil difference of other building materials. Particular nature of soils. Soil properties. Strength of soils.
Compressibility of soils. Classification of soils for engineering purposes. Consolidation of soils.
9. Stresses at soils. Geostatical stress. Stress from external loading. Contact pressure.
10. Limit states methodology. Bearing capacity and settlement of soils. Geotechnical categories. Slope stability.
11. The design and check of shallow foundations due to limit states. Soil improvement.
12. Earth pressures. Structures against earth pressures. Retaining and pile walls, diaphragm walls. Gabions.
Foundation pit.
13. Deep foundations. Drilled and CFA piles. Technology. Limit load curve. Special foundation methods. Jet grouting.
Micropiles.

Aims

To teach the students the basic principles of static design of concrete and timber structures. Students will be able to solute safely and reliably foundations of overground structures.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme B-P-C-APS (N) Bachelor's

    branch APS , 2. year of study, summer semester, 3 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit

 

Lecture

26 hours, optionally

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Design of concrete elements due to service limit state.
2. Reinforced concrete framed structures.
3. Space floor slab structures - slabs bearing in two directions, grid structure.
4. Foundation structures – pads, continuous footings, rafts, slabs.
5. Properties of a timber and materials on the basis of a timber from the aspect of utilization in building
structures. Czech and foreign standards for the design of structures. Limit states of timber structures.
6. Basic types of stresses of members of timber structures and methodology of their checking. Joints of timber
structures.
7. Plated and truss structures. Space timber structures – lattice structures, space bar systems, ribbed dome, vaulted
and shell structures.
8. Soil difference of other building materials. Particular nature of soils. Soil properties. Strength of soils.
Compressibility of soils. Classification of soils for engineering purposes. Consolidation of soils.
9. Stresses at soils. Geostatical stress. Stress from external loading. Contact pressure.
10. Limit states methodology. Bearing capacity and settlement of soils. Geotechnical categories. Slope stability.
11. The design and check of shallow foundations due to limit states. Soil improvement.
12. Earth pressures. Structures against earth pressures. Retaining and pile walls, diaphragm walls. Gabions.
Foundation pit.
13. Deep foundations. Drilled and CFA piles. Technology. Limit load curve. Special foundation methods. Jet grouting.
Micropiles.

Exercise

13 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1.-2. Introduction. Design of two way reinforced slab.
3.-4. Design principles, scheme of drawing reinforcement
5.-6. Properties of a timber and materials on the basis of a timber from the aspect of utilization in structures.
7.-8. Basic types of stresses of members of timber structures and methodology of their checking.
9.-10. Soil properties from the point of view of geotechnical structures design. Stresses at soils.
11.-12. Limit states methodology. The design of shallow foundations due to limit states.
13. Deep foundations. Credit.