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Published in the year , Analysis And Design Of Substructures: Limit State Design is a book that provides the readers with key insights into the design and analysis of substructures. Analysis And Design Of Substructures: Limit State Design provides the readers with in-depth insights into the analysis and design of substructures.

Saran provides a comprehensive overview of different types of retaining structures and foundations, which include piles, footings and rafts, and wells. In this book, Saran has ensured that design and analysis utilize the newest start-of-the-art and I. Codes around, that revolved around a particular theme. In total, this book comprises 15 chapters. Throughout this book, Saran has included a great deal of illustrative designs and examples. The following six chapters throw light in pile foundations, marine substructures, rigid retaining walls, and shallow foundations.

The major goal of this text is to cover a substructure in its entirety, throwing light on relevant aspects such as laboratory testing, structural design, and soil exploration. In this edition, Saran has dedicated chapters to designing foundations of transmission towers, and the foundations in expansive soils. Saran was born on 11th July, He completed his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Roorkee and went on to obtain his post-graduate degree in Geo.

Engineering from the same university. He also holds a doctoral degree in Geo. Engineering from the University of Roorkee. He currently serves as a Professor at the University of Roorkee.

Saran has also been awarded several times for his contributions towards the field of geo-technology. Certified Buyer , Nagpur. Certified Buyer , Perambalur District. Explore Plus.

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Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures. Add 3 Items to Cart. Rate Product. This book as we all know is very good book. The author has tried to cover all the aspects in this book. The examples are good all types are covered in this book. I will recommend this book to all civil engineering students. Have doubts regarding this product? Post your question. Safe and Secure Payments.

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Analysis and Design of Substructures : Limit State Design

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Analysis and Design of Substructures: Limit State Design

A systematic treatment of the analysis and design of substructures, dealing with all aspects including soil exploration, laboratory testing, analysis and structural design. The major types of foundations and retaining structures including footings and rafts, piles and wells are described. The first six chapters deal with the engineering properties of soil, principles of soil exploration and limit state design, general design principles of foundations and earth pressures. The next six chapters cover the analysis and design of shallow foundations, pile foundations, bridge substructures, marine substructures, rigid and flexible retaining walls. A chapter is devoted to foundations in expansive soils, and another to the design of foundations of transmission towers, while the final chapter focuses on reinforced earth as a construction material for retaining structures and ground improvement.

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