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TED UNIVERSITY

CE 314
Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals

SYLLABUS/SPRING 2016

Recomended Read. confinement. Ozcebe G. Behavior and strength of uniaxially loaded members.Course Information Required or Elec. Alternatively you may also take appointment their office hours from Selen Dikmenli (312)585-0100) Teaching Assis- To be announced later. Reinforced Concrete Fun- ings damentals and b) Park & Paulay. Time dependent behav- ior of concrete. Course Learning Outcomes On successful completion of this course.tr and reg- Course Web Pages ularly follow this link to have access to course materials. tant(s) Reinforced Concrete by Ersoy U. students will be able to: 1. Tankut T. Güney Özcebe Instructors and (All available times. Behavior and strength of members under combined shear and bending. Among them a) Ferguson. Course Description Mechanical behavior of concrete in uniaxial and multiaxial states of stress. Dr. METU-Press. Textbook 2012 Any introductory Reinforced Concrete book available in the library. Behavior and strength of members in pure bending. Mechanical behavior of reinforcing steel. Reinforced Concrete Structures are of particular importance. 14:00 – 15:00 rooms Room A116 Course Credit Pre-requisite/ Hours/ ECTS (3+0+0) 3 / 6 CE214 Co-requisite credits Level of Language of In.edu. Required Date Prepared January 2016 tive Elective Tu. interpret indications of different reinforced concrete structural behavior types to a certain extent (B1. Breen & Jirsa. B3) 1 . Behavior and strength of members under combined bending and axial load.tedu. 09:00 – 11:00 Class Hours Room A116 Semester Spring 2016 and Class- Wd. Course Objective This course aims to establish the basic principles of reinforced concrete structural member and sys- tem behavior and to introduce the basic principles of the analytical methods and design proce- dures.  English Junior Course struction  Turkish Prof. Please register to Moodle page http://moodle.

1.2 state how the time dependent deformations affect the behavior of R/C members and the structural safety (B1) 2. You will receive an assignment notification e-mail once the assignment is posted. It is your own responsibility to follow all assignment notification e-mails. Late homework submissions will be penalized 25 percent for each day.2 biaxial stress: shear (B5) 2. Midterm Exams (55%): Two term tests will be given on the announced dates. Course Assessments & Learning Outcomes Matrix Assessment Methods Course Learning Outcomes Homework Assignments #1. the uniaxial loading part of #2.3 and state how the concept of structural safety is employed in the design of R/C mem- bers by following different design philosophies (B5) 3. You are expected to solve all assigned questions and submit them via the same platform. Final (30%): There will be a cumulative final.3 Final Exam #1.  Depending on the performance of the class pop-up quizzes can be given. #2.3 Midterm Exam II #1. Quizzes and Reading Assignments (15%):  A number of problems will be assigned for each subject studied. B. C. The students are responsible from these materials in the exams regardless of the cove- rage of this material in the lectures.  Besides. check the validity of computer outcomes using some simple manual approximate methods of computation(B4) Course Assignments A. #1.1 interpret the material behavior of concrete and steel under uniaxial and multiaxial states of stress (B3) 1. #2. pure bending.2.1. 1. All assignments will be posted and collected via Moodle Page of the course. perform analysis and design computations of structural members subjected to 2. reading assignment from the text book will be issued whenever appropriate.#3 Midterm Exam I #1.1 uniaxial stress: uniaxial loading. #2 Extended Description 2 . Each term test will cover all the material studied from the beginning to that date. combined bending & axial Load (B5) 2. Homework Assignments.

........................................ and engineering to design and implement original................................................ 15 hrs  Debate ............ hrs  Hands-on Work .................. 42 hrs  Resource Review ..................... science.................. hrs  Workshop ..... hrs  Team Meetings ............................. hrs  Observation ........ Employ state-of-the-art engineering techniques and computing tools necessary for creative engineering solutions Teaching Methods & Learning Activities  Telling/Explaining  Simulations & Games  Discussions/Debates  Video Presentations  Questioning  Oral Presentations/Reports  Reading  Concept Mapping  Peer Teaching  Brainstorming  Scaffolding/Coaching  Drama/Role Playing  Demonstrating  Seminars  Problem Solving  Field Trips  Inquiry  Guest Speakers  Collaborating  Hands-on Activities  Think-Pair-Share  Service Learning  Predict-Observe-Explain  Web Searching  Microteaching  Experiments  Case Study/Scenario Analysis  Other(s) Student Workload  Lectures ............................ hrs  Report on a Topic ....................................................... innovative and sustainable civil engineering systems or processes to meet desired needs within a greater societal context vi....... 5 hrs  Work Placement ................................................... Apply knowledge of mathematics.......................................... hrs  Oral Presentation/Reports ...... hrs  Poster Presentation .... hrs  Course Readings ............. 10 hrs  Other: Homework .... hrs  Online Discussion .................................................................................................................................. hrs  Mock Designs ............................ and solve engineering problems xi................................................................... hrs  Web Designs .................. formulate... hrs  Demonstration ......................... hrs  Lab Applications .... hrs  Exams/Quizzes .................... hrs  Field Trips/Visits ........................ hrs  Case Study Analysis ... 15 hrs 3 ... 84 hrs  Research Review ...........Relationship to Program Outcomes This course contributes to fulfillment of the following program outcomes: ii................................ Identify.......

Benefitting old- wise-men experiences always help. In order to get a good grade I strongly advise my students not to miss any course. Design Philosophies 2-3  Probabilistic basis of design philosophies 4 -5  Uniaxially Loaded Members 5–7  Pure Bending 7  Midterm Exam #1 8  Pure Bending 9-11  Combined Bending and Axial Loading 12  Midterm Exam #2 12-13  Shear 14  Bond Course Policies and Some Remarks Attendance As an instructor teaching this course over 30 years.Assessment Methods  Test/Exam  Self-evaluation  Quiz  Peer Evaluation  Oral Questioning  Portfolio  Performance Project  Presentation (Oral. Why shouldn’t you? 4 . Poster)  Written  Oral  Other(s): Homework  Observation Week Topics 1 -2  Introduction: Materials. On the contrary failure rate rapidly increases among those students who attend less than 70 percent of all lectures. Calculator Policy I am using my calculator for more than 40 years now. my records indicate that the students with an attendance rate less than 85 percent have a very high chance to get mark over BB. including the exams.

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time management. analyze and interpret data PO6: Identify. Through Weight: 2 PO7: Demonstrate effective oral and written professional skills in English Course Learning Outcomes vs. Through tems or processes to meet desired needs within a greater societal context Weight: 2 PO3: Act professionally and ethically PO4: Appreciate cultural diversity. and solve engineering problems Relationship between Course Learning Outcomes LO#2 LO#1. Program Outcomes PO8: Practice good working habits. and self-discipline PO9: Display multidisciplinary teamwork skills PO10: Engage in life-long learning to face the future challenges and to achieve an enduring professional development PO11: Employ state-of-the-art engineering techniques and computing tools 6 LO#3 Through necessary for creative engineering solutions Weight: 1 . science. respect individual and cultural difference PO5: Design and conduct experiments. Code CE314 Concrete Reinforced Course Title Fundamentals PO1: Comprehend science and advanced mathematics subjects fundamen- tal to engineering and Program Outcomes PO2: Apply knowledge of mathematics. innovative and sustainable civil engineering sys- LO#2 LO#1. and engineering to design and implement original. formulate.

the student will be able to: Adequate Excellent Good Poor Fair (1) interpret indications of different reinforced concrete structural behavior types to a cer- tain extent. (B1.3) and state how the concept of structural safety is employed in the design of R/C members by following different design philosophies (3) Check the validity of computer outcomes using some simple manual approximate methods of com- putation (B4) 7 . If the topic has not yet been covered.2) state how the time dependent deformations affect the behavior of R/C members and the structural safety (B1) (2) perform analysis and design computations of structural members subjected to (B5) (2.1) Interpret the material behavior of steel under uniaxial and multiaxial states of stress (B3) (1. For each major learning outcome listed below indicate the extent to which it has been met. pure bending. combined bending & axial load (2. Learning Outcome: Having successfully completed this course. do not score that topic area.Student Course Evaluation Survey Civil Engineering Department CE 314 Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals to be filled by the students at the end of the semester Fill-in your responses to questions related to the learning outcomes associated with this course.2) biaxial stress: shear (2.1) uniaxial stress: uniaxial loading. leave it blank. B3) (1.

: CE 314 Sem/Year: Spring 2016 Instructor: Güney Özcebe Date: Instructor Rating Pro- (Below Target Rating = Be- gram Target Rat. Measures2 ing3 ing4 Score5 Rating = meets the criterion. 3 To be determined and to be filled by the department. Student Survey low expectations. 5 Based on the average of the “Student Course Evaluation Survey”. Both arithmetic average of all student grades and grades of best. (B2. B5) 1 Taken from the corresponding worksheet.Actual Rat. suggestions and recommendations of the instructor for the ongoing semester. 6 Weighted average of Actual Rating and Student Survey Score after expressing both as a grade point. 2 Measures should be selected based on the corresponding matrix. 4 Arithmetic average of the questions (given in the measures column) can be used. This is the goal to be achieved in each respective learning outcome. “Relationship between Learning Outcomes and Program Outcomes”.Assessment of Learning Outcomes Course Title: Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals Course No. average and worst student can be given. 8 . “Course Assessment and Learning Outcomes”. 7 Observations. tion7 comes1 Above Target Rating ex- (i-xi) ceeds the criterion)6 (1) interpret indications of different reinforced concrete structural behavior types to a certain extent. Target Comments/ Recommenda- Learning Outcomes1 Out.

(2) Perform analysis and design computations for some basic structural members concerning some basic problems (B2. B6) (3) Check the validity of computer outcomes using some simple manual approximate meth- ods of computation (B6) 9 . B5.

and solve engineering problems (xi) Employ state-of-the-art engi- neering techniques and compu- ting tools necessary for creative engineering solutions 8 Take average of all instructor ratings from the “Assessment of Learning Outcomes” table corresponding to the course learning outcomes contributing the program outcome under consideration. (vi) Identify.Assessment of Program Outcomes Course Title: Reinforced Concrete Fundamentals Course No. science. Above Tar- get Rating exceeds the criterion)8 (ii) Apply knowledge of mathe- matics. and engineering to design and implement original.: CE 314 Semester/Year: Spring 2016 Instructor: Güney Özcebe Date: Program Outcomes Instructor Rating Comments/Recommendation (Below Target Rat- ing = Below expec- tations. formulate. 10 . innovative and sustainable civil engineering systems or processes to meet desired needs within a greater societal context. Target Rat- ing = meets the cri- terion.

Grade Grade Points Percentage Scores Student Survey Scores A 4 90-100 Excellent B 3 80-89 Good C 2 60-79 Adequate D 1 50-59 Fair F 0 0-49 Poor 11 .Rating Scale To be used when filling the “Assessment of Learning Outcomes” and “Assessment of Program Out- comes” tables.