STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT DETAILING OF A SINGLE STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING WITH RETAINING WALL

Chapter One
1.0 Introduction

Chapter Two
2.1 Detailing Processes
2.2 Reinforcement Sizes
2.3 Notation Of Drawing
2.4 Bar Bending Schedule
2.5 Types Of Drawing
2.6 Margins And Panels
2.7 Thickness Of Line, Lettering And Spelling
2.8 Dimensions
2.9 Scales

Chapter Three
3.0 Reinforced Concrete

Chapter Four
4.0 Reinforced Concrete

Chapter Five
5.0 Detailing Of The Elements Foundation
5.1 Staircase
5.2 Retaining Wall

Bibliography

INTRODUCTION

Before a designer can relate his requirements dearly in a construction industry, a drawing is to be prepared; this is because the drawing serves as a general means of communication. Thus, the drawing is adopted mostly, then other means of communication in engineering sectors. A structured engineer mostly engages himself in designs on construction of structures. Like roads, bridges, railways, dams, buildings and other public works. The structural engineer makes initial designs, which are usually free – hand sketches of the work. These sketches are used to make clear and neat working drawing, which will b e used by the builder of contractor after approval for construction by the authorities involved. The contributions of a detailer is highly significant to the construction process, for a well detailed drawing is a good medium of reducing the risks of building collapses and to avoid delays arising from doubts and too frequent clarifications. This project shows the methods and techniques needed for detailing of reinforced concrete structures.