The American Concrete Institute has released the ACI Reinforced Concrete Design Handbook, a three-volume guide for reinforced concrete structures.
The first volume features introductory chapters, structural analysis, durability, and member design. The second volume covers retaining walls, serviceability, the strut-and-tie method, and anchoring. The third volume includes design aids and a moment interaction diagram Excel spreadsheet as free downloads.
“The ACI Reinforced Concrete Design Handbook was developed using the provisions in ACI CODE-318-19, Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete, and serves as a helpful companion to ACI CODE-318-19,” ACI said in its announcement. “The handbook provides many design examples of various reinforced concrete members based on a fictitious seven-story building.”
The handbook is available in print, as a digital download, and as part of the new ACI 318 Plus subscription.