Jika sebelumnya Jakarta (mas Donny, mas Ary, mas Donald), juga Medan (mas Daniel) maka sekarang Yogyakarta tidak ketinggalan. Siapa hayo, ini sekarang mas Eri Iwan Priyadi mengirim via post sebuah DVD yang berisi kitab-kitab pengetahuan di bidang teknik sipil. Terima kasih ya mas Eri, God Bless You.
ini pengantar suratnya
To : Pak Wiryanto.
Pak Wir, ini ada beberapa referensi Code untuk pegangan Civil Engineer. Saya burn ke DVD. Antara lain : A C I ; A S C E dan A I S C.
Mohon Pak Wir dapat sharing ke rekan-rekan engineer lainnya atau para mahasiswa lain yang membutuhkan.
Ada beberapa referensi lainya, hanya tertinggal di Kalimantan. Nanti kalau ada kesempatan lain saya sharing lagi, menyusul. Kebanyakan Handbook untuk praktisi, seperti piping, off-shore, steel structure, A S T M.
Sekalian saya minta tolong Pak Wir atau rekan lain yang bisa. Kalau ada referensi-referensi mengenai Precast Concrete, baik buku, jurnal atau hasil penelitian dalam / luar negeri mengenai Precast Concrete, khususnya mengenai “Beam-Column Joint Precast Concrete“. Kebetulan saya sedang menyelesaikan Thesis dengan topik tersebut di UGM.
Terima kasih sebelumnya
Eri Iwan Priyadi
Ayo siapa menyusul ? Bersatu kita teguh, bercerai kita runtuh.
Aku intip DVD tersebut, isinya apa ya. Lho koq sampai 1 Gb, koq banyak banget. Baiklah yang sempat kebaca ini lho kulit luarnya :
- AASHTO LRFD Bridge 2005 Full Edition-SI.pdf (70 Mb)
- ACI SP208 (Example for Design of Concrete With STM).pdf (8 Mb)
- Folder ACI MCP 2005 (345 Mb) , juga yang 2002 kelihatannya ada juga.
- Folder AASHTO (70 mb)
Dahyat bukan. Yogya ternyata nggak mau kalah. Pokoknya puas .. puas .. puas .. 😀
Tinggal otaknya mampu nampung nggak, kitab-kitab canggih seperti itu.
Tapi untuk up-load nya nanti dulu ya. Jatah quato speedy-nya udah mau habis (dan kayaknya nggak bisa ke up-load semua).
Mau lihat koleksi yang sudah di up-load ?
- The International Existing Building Code®, 2003 edition,
300 pages (down-load PDF 3.3 Mb)
Internationally, code officials recognize the need for a modern, up-to-date code addressing repair, alteration, addition or change of occupancy in existing buildings. This code is designed to meet this need through model code regulations that safeguard the public health and safety in all communities, large and small.
- ASCE 37-05: Design Load on Structures during Construction,
49 pages (down-load PDF 282 kb)
The purpose of this standard is to provide minimum design load requiement during construction for building and other structures. This Standard addresses partially completed structures, and temporary structures used during construction.
The load specified herein are suitable for use either with strength design (such USD and LRFD) or with allowable stress design (ASD) criteria. The loads are equally applicable to all conventional construction materials.
- BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS for STRUCTURAL CONCRETE and COMMENTARY (ACI 318M-05)
438 pages (down-load PDF 8.3 Mb)
The code portion of this document covers the design and construction of structural concrete used in buildings and where applicable in nonbuilding structures.
Among the subjects covered are: drawings and specifications; inspection; materials; durability requirements; concrete quality, mixing, and placing; formwork; embedded pipes; construction joints; reinforcement details; analysis and design; strength and serviceability; flexural and axial loads; shear and torsion; development and splices of reinforcement; slab systems; walls; footings; precast concrete; composite flexural members; prestressed concrete; shells and folded plate members; strength evaluation of existing structures; special provisions for seismic design; structural plain concrete; strut-and-tie modeling in Appendix A;
alternative design provisions in Appendix B;
alternative load and strength-reduction factors in Appendix C; and
anchoring to concrete in Appendix D.
Ini merupakan versi SI dari ACI318 yang cocok dengan peraturan beton kita, bagi yang menyebut dirinya structural engineer dan belum pernah membaca ini pasti akan meluangkan waktu untuk down-load. Biar tidak dibilang ketinggalan jaman, iya khan ! 😀
- Guidelines for the Use of Structural Precast Concrete in Building 2nd Ed.
Report of a Study Group of the New Zealand Concrete Society and New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering
152 pages, (down-load 8.3 Mb)
- Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures
Reported by ACI-ASCE Committee 343 (ACI 343R-95)
158 pages (down-load PDF 7.5 Mb)
These recommendations, reported by the joint ACI-ASCE Committee 343 on Concrete Bridge Design, provide currently acceptable guidelinesfor the analysis and design of reinforced, prestressed, and partially prestressed concrete bridges based on the state of the art at the rime of writing the report.
The provisions recommended herein apply to pedestrian bridges, highway bridges, railroad bridges, airport taxiway bridges, and other special bridge structures. Recommendations for Transit Guideways are given in ACI 358R.
The subjects covered in these recommendations are: common terms; general considerations; materials; construction: loads and load combinations; preliminary design: ultimate load analysis and strength design; service load analysis and design: prestressed concrete; superstructure systems and elements; substructure systems and elements; precast concrete: and details of reinforcement.
The quality and testing of materials used in construction are covered by reference to the appropriate AASHTO and ASTM standard specifications. Welding of reinforcement is covered by reference to the appropriate AWS standard.
- Design Recommendations for Precast Concrete Structures
Reported by ACI-ASCE Committee 550
ACI 550R-96 (Reapproved 2001)
8 pages (down-load PDF 137 kb)
Recommendations for the design of precast concrete structures are presented.
Design of individual members and of connections for the integration of members into structures are covered. Aspects of detailing, production, handling, erection, and strength evaluation that are related to design are also presented.
Keywords: anchorage (structural); bearing elements; composite construction (concrete to precast concrete); concrete construction; connections (structural); erection; fabrication; joints (junctions); load tests (structural); precast concrete; reinforced concrete; reinforcement; slabs; structural analysis; structural design; structural integrity; tolerances; volume changes; walls.
- Emulating Cast-in-Place Detailing in Precast Concrete Structures
Reported by Joint ACI-ASCE Committee 550
16 pages (down-load PDF 515 kb)
This report provides engineers with a practical guide for detailing precast concrete structures that should meet building code requirements in all seismic regions by emulating cast-in-place reinforced concrete design.
This report also provides information that shows how emulative precast concrete structures can address any or all of the provisions in accordance with ACI 318-99, including those of Chapter 21, if special attention is directed to detailing the joints and splices between precast components.Keywords: ductility; elastic design; emulation; flexural strength; joint; precast concrete; precast detailing; reinforcement.
- Chemical Admixtures for Concrete
Reported by ACI Committee 212
30 pages (down-load PDF 196 kb)
This report updates the previous 1991 report. Chemical admixtures, which are primarily water-soluble substances, are discussed. Finely divided mineral admixtures are dealt with by ACI Committees 232, Fly Ash and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete, and 234, Silica Fume in Concrete.
For the purpose of this report, chemical admixtures are classified into five groups: air-entraining; accelerating; water-reducing and set-controlling; admixtures for flowing concrete; and miscellaneous. Admixtures possessing properties identifiable with more than one group are discussed with the group that describes its most important effect on concrete.
Keywords: adhesives; admixture; air-entraining; alkali-aggregate reaction; bond; calcium chloride; concrete; corrosion inhibitor; flowing concrete; grouting; high-range water-reducing admixture; pigment; plasticizer; pumped concrete; retardon; water-reducing admixture.
- Joints in Concrete Construction
44 pages (down load PDF 884 kb)
This report reviews the state of the art in design, construction, and maintenance of joints in concrete structures subjected to a wide variety of use and environmental conditions. In some cases, the option of eliminating joints is considered. Aspects of various joint sealant materials and jointing techniques are discussed.
The reader is referred to ACI 504R for a more comprehensive treatment of sealant materials, and to ACI 224R for a broad discussion of the causes and control of cracking in concrete construction.
Chapters in the report focus on various types of structures and structural elements with unique characteristics: buildings, bridges, slabs-on-grade, tunnel linings, canal linings, precast concrete pipe, liquid-retaining structures, walls, and mass concrete.Keywords: bridges, buildings, canals, canal linings, concrete construction, construction joints, contraction joints, design, environmental engineering concrete structures, isolation joints, joints, parking lots, pavements, runways, slabs-on-grade, tunnels, tunnel linings, walls.
- Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete
Volume 1 : Beams, Slabs, Columns, and Frames for Buildings
Second Editon, 228 pages (down-load 8.3 Mb)
MA, FEng, FICE, FIStructE
Profesor of Civil Engineering – University of Warwick
Blackwell Sientific Publications – 1994
ISBN 0-632-02507-7This volume provides an introduction to the theory and design of composite structures of steel and concrete. Readers are assumed to be familiarwith the elastic and plastic theories for the analysis for bending and shear of cross-sections of beams and columns of a single material, such as structural steel, and to have some knowledge of reinfornced concrete.