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Concrete is a composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement which hardens over time. Most use of the term "concrete" refers to Portland cement concrete or to concretes made with other hydraulic cements. However, technically road pavement is also a type of concrete, "asphaltic concrete", where the cement material is bitumen.

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  • Lecture 1 - Prestressing System
  • Lecture-2-Type of Prestressing
  • Lecture-3-Prestressing System and Devices(Pre-Tensioning)
  • Lecture-4-Prestressing System and Devices(Post-Tensioning)
  • Lecture-5-Concrete(Part-1)
  • Lecture-6-Concrete,Grout(Part-2)
  • Lecture-7-Prestressing Steel
  • Lecture-8-Losses in Prestress
  • Lecture-9-Friction&Anchorage Slip
  • Lecture-10-Creep,Shrinkage&Relaxation Losses
  • Lecture-11-Analysis of Members
  • Lecture-12-Analysis of Members Under Flexure
  • Lecture-13-Cracking Moment,Kern Point and Pressure Line
  • Lecture-14-Analysis of Rectangular sections
  • Lecture-15-Analysis of Flanged Sections
  • Lecture-16-Analysis of Partically Prestressed Section
  • Lecture-17-Design of Members
  • Lecture-18-Design of Members for Flexure (Type1 Members)
  • Lecture-19-Design of Members for Flexure (Type1&Type3)
  • Lecture-20-Choice of Sections and Determination of Limiting
  • Lecture-21-Magnel's Graphical Method
  • Lecture-22-Detailing Requirements
  • Lecture-23-Analysis and Design for Shear and Torsion
  • Lecture-24-Design for Shear (Part 1)
  • Lecture-25-Design for Shear (Part 2)
  • Lecture-26-Analysis of Torsion
  • Lecture-27-Analysis of Torsion(Part -1)
  • Lecture-28-Analysis of Torsion(Part -2)
  • Lecture-29-Calculations of Deflection and Crack Width
  • Lecture-30-Transmission of Prestress
  • Lecture-31-Post-tensioned Members
  • Lecture-32-Cantilever Beams
  • Lecture-33-Continuous Beams(Part 1)
  • Lecture-34-Continuous Beams(Part 2)
  • Lecture-35-Composite Sections
  • Lecture-36-One-Way Slabs
  • Lecture-37-Two-Way Slabs(Part-1)
  • Lecture-38-Two-Way Slabs(Part-2)
  • Lecture-39-compression Members
  • Lecture-40-Circular Prestressing,Conclusion

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