About this courseSkip About this course
This module is currently offered in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering as part of the CE57200 “Prestressed Concrete Design” 3-Credits (CR) course in the area of structural engineering available to senior undergraduate/graduate students. It integrates science and engineering principles to design prestressed concrete members and structural systems. The application of scientific and engineering knowledge is demonstrated in solving engineering problems associated with the design of precast prestressed building members both composite and non-composite for superimposed loads, and one-way post-tensioned floor slabs systems bonded and unbonded also composite and non-composite for superimposed loads. Design of pretensioned Hollow-Core slabs, Double-Tee and I-Beam members, and one-way post-tensioned floor slabs is exercised using current building code requirements to provide experiences in realistic design practice. The following subjects are used to solve engineering problems: calculus and differential equations; use of computer tools, data manipulation, statistical analysis, numerical calculation, and reinforced concrete design principles.
The course is developed in three modules each of 1-CR. Module 3 (this module) is focused on the essentials of design of post-tensioned concrete structures.
This course is available to practicing engineers for 1.5 CEUs for learners completing the course on the verified track.
At a glance
- Institution: PurdueX
- Subject: Engineering
- Level: Advanced
Module 3 focuses on post-tensioned construction and has Module 1 or equivalent as prerequisite and CE473 course or equivalent.
CE 47300: Reinforced Concrete Design or equivalent. Description: This course integrates science and engineering principles to design reinforced concrete beams, one-way slabs, and columns. These include determination of strength, detailing of reinforcement, and service load considerations such as crack control and deflections. The following subjects are used to solve engineering problems: calculus and differential equations, data manipulation, statistical analysis, strength of materials, and structural mechanics. Additional requirement: Working knowledge of basic software such as MathCAD, Excel or similar.
- Language: English
- Associated programs:
- MicroMasters® Program in Structural Design
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Post-tensioned Construction
- Review of equivalent load concept
- Continuity effects
- Flexure Design
- Shear Design
- Estimate of frictional losses