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Basic principles
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 METHODS OF PRESTRESSING
1.3 STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR
1.4 INTERNAL EQUILIBRIUM
1.5 DEFLECTED TENDONS
1.6 INTEGRAL BEHAVIOUR
1.7 FORCES EXERTED BY TENDONS
1.8 LOSS OF PRESTRESS FORCE
1.9 DEGREES OF PRESTRESSING
1.10 SAFETY
PROBLEMS
Properties of materials
2.1 STRENGTH OF CONCRETE
2.2 MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF CONCRETE
2.3 CREEP OF CONCRETE
2.4 SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETE
2.5 LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE
2.6 STEEL FOR PRESTRESSING
2.7 RELAXATION OF STEEL
2.8 STRESS-STRAIN CURVES FOR STEEL
2.9 CORROSION OF STEEL
Limit state design
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 LIMIT STATES
3.3 CHARACTERISTIC LOADS AND STRENGTHS
3.4 PARTIAL FACTORS OF SAFETY
3.5 STRESS-STRAIN CURVES
3.6 LOADING CASES
3.7 ALLOWABLE STRESSES
3.8 FIRE RESISTANCE
3.9 FATIGUE
3.10 DURABILITY
3.11 VIBRATION
Loss of prestress force
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 ELASTIC SHORTENING
4.3 FRICTION
4.4 ANCHORAGE DRAW-IN
4.5 VARIATION OF INITIAL PRESTRESS FORCE ALONG A MEMBER
4.6 LONG-TERM LOSSES
4.7 TOTAL PRESTRESS LOSSES
4.8 MEASUREMENT OF PRESTRESS FORCE
4.9 INITIAL OVERTENSIONING
Analysis of sections
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE
5.3 ADDITIONAL STEEL STRESS DUE TO BENDING
5.4 POST-CRACKING BEHAVIOUR
5.5 ULTIMATE LOAD BEHAVIOUR
5.7 DESIGN ULTIMATE STRENGTH
5.9 DESIGN CHARTS
5.11 CRACKED MEMBERS
5.12 MEMBERS WITH UNBONDED TENDONS
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 DESIGN SHEAR RESISTANCE
Prestressing systems and anchorages
8.1 PRETENSIONING SYSTEMS
8.2 POST-TENSIONING SYSTEMS
8.3 BURSTING FORCES IN ANCHORAGE ZONES
8.4 TRANSMISSION LENGTHS IN PRETENSIONED MEMBERS
Design of members
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 BASIC INEQUALITIES
9.3 DESIGN OF PRESTRESS FORCE
9.5 CABLE ZONE
9.6 MINIMUM PRESTRESS FORCE
9.7 ULTIMATE STRENGTH DESIGN
9.8 CRACKED MEMBERS
9.9 CHOICE OF SECTION
9.10 FLOW CHARTS FOR DESIGN
9.11 DETAILING
10.2 SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE
10.3 ULTIMATE STRENGTH
10.4 HORIZONTAL SHEAR
10.5 VERTICAL SHEAR
10.6 DEFLECTIONS
10.7 DIFFERENTIAL MOVEMENTS
10.8 PROPPING AND CONTINUITY
10.9 DESIGN OF COMPOSITE MEMBERS
11.2 SECONDARY MOMENTS
11.3 LINEAR TRANSFORMATION AND CONCORDANCY
11.4 ULTIMATE LOAD BEHAVIOUR
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