Design of Concrete Structure

Based on IS 456:2000 

Language: English

₹999 including GST


About the Course

"If a builder builds a house for a man and does not make its construction firm, and the house which he has built collapses  and causes the death of the owner of the house, that builder shall be put to death."
The Code of Hammurabi, Babylon, Circa 2000 B.C.

"2600 People die every year due to Building collapse."
Disaster Management of India

Engineering is, foremost, about solving the real problems not only questions in exams.

Reinforced concrete design encompasses both art and science of engineering. Here’s a chance to learn the basic concept of designing. This course aims to design structural elements like a beam, column, slab.

 Some Key Features of this course, …

  • Topics are taught thoroughly and systematically to clarify the basic concepts and fundamental principles without weakening technical hardship.
  • Many example problems are solved to demonstrate or to provide further insights into the basic concepts and applications of fundamental principles.
  • The solution of each example is preceded by a strategy, which is intended to teach students to think about possible solutions to a problem before they begin to solve it. Each solution provides a step-by-step procedure to guide the student in problem-solving which help students for university examinations and the conventional exam like ESE (Engineering Services Examinations).


  • Strength of Materials (SOM)
  • Structural Analysis
  • Concrete Technology


  • Students of 4 years of Engineering Programs
  • Engineer preparing for competitive exams like GATE, ESE, PSU, SSC-JE and other state level exams

Trial Version
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Course Curriculum

Introduction to RCC
01 Introduction to Reinforced Cement Concrete (IS 456 - 2000) Preview
02 Working Stress Method and Limit State Method (29:00)
03 Bending of Concrete Beam (Analysis vs Design) (28:00)
Analysis of Beam (WSM)
04 Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam (WSM) (19:00)
05. Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam Example (WSM) (34:00)
06 Design of Singly Reinforced Beam (WSM) (21:00)
Analysis of Beam (LSM)
07 Limit State Method (LSM) (20:00)
08 Analysis of Singly Reinforced Beam (23:00)
09 Design of Singly reinforced beam (31:00)
10 Example Design of singly reinforced beam (24:00)
11 Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Beam (28:00)
12 Design Of Doubly Reinforced Beam (30:00)
13 Analysis of Flanged Beam (Concept) (21:00)
14 Analysis of Flanged Beam (19:00)
15 Design of Flanged Beam (15:00)
16 Design of Flanged Beam Example (19:00)
Design for Shear
17 Design for Shear Part 1 (11:00)
18 Design for Shear Part 2 (23:00)
19 Design for Shear Part 3 (20:00)
20 Design for Shear Part 4 (23:00)
Design for Torsion
21 Design for Torsion Part 1 (16:00)
22 Design for Torsion Part 2 (23:00)
23 Design for Torsion Part 3 (19:00)
Design for Bond
24 Design For Bond Part 1 (24:00)
25 Design For Bond Part 2 (25:00)
26 Design For Bond Part 3 (25:00)
Design of One-way Slab
27 One-way Slab (35:00)
Design of Two-way Slab
28 Design of Two-way Slab Part 1 (36:00)
29 Design of Two-way Slab Part 2 (26:00)
30 Design of Two-way Slab Part 3 (54:00)
Basics for Column
31 Basic Of Column Design Part 1 (23:00)
32 Basic of Column Design Part 2 (23:00)
Design of Short Column
33 Design of Short Column Part 1 (34:00)
34 Design of Short Column Part 2 (54:00)
35 Design of Short Column Part 3 (35:00)
Design of Long Column
36 Design of long Column Part 1 (37:00)
37 Design of long Column Part 2 (27:00)


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