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Reinforced concrete Traditional structural concrete (the most common kind) is rarely exposed to the stresses of ambient temperature, weight, and long-term loads. Because of this, traditional structural concrete has a relatively large amount of reinforcement within the structural concrete, and is often designed and constructed with the understanding that a certain amount of strength will be lost if the concrete fails (i.e. cracks). Reinforced concrete is designed to handle the various stresses encountered by modern buildings, such as wind loads, earthquakes, etc. When used with pre-cast elements, or cast-in-place elements, this type of concrete also eliminates the need for reinforcing steel or rebar, which may be added to the more traditional "top-down" design. Reinforced concrete should not be confused with concrete masonry units, a combination of cement, stone, and concrete with the reinforcement embedded in the masonry, or concrete with masonry cover, also known as "brick veneer". Reinforced concrete bridges are typically composed of longitudinal reinforcement, the strength of which is provided by the steel reinforcement rods, sometimes reinforced with an outer layer of steel rebar, and a variety of discrete strengthening techniques. Advancing techniques Design optimization Autodesk Advance Concrete is a comprehensive solution for structural design of reinforced concrete. The software not only facilitates fast and detailed design of reinforced concrete, it also offers a wide variety of advanced design optimization techniques. Finite element analysis (FEA) Advances Concrete 2016 features full-featured FEA modeling that provides the user with the ability to examine the behavior of reinforced concrete elements under various stresses, and simulate any combination of stresses that the users design. Furthermore, the user is able to examine the behavior of the elements, and the stresses on the elements during certain events (e.g. earthquakes, etc.) by way of a virtual experiment. The software features a comprehensive library of cross sections, reinforcement bars, rebar, and reinforcement, along with exact concrete mix designs for a variety of reinforcement and concrete mix designs. When designing reinforced concrete elements, the user is able to examine the strength of the concrete mixture, as well as the quality of the design, all of which may be reviewed through the various analysis modes. Users are able to compare the strength and the type of reinforcement on various locations within the element. This provides a level of quality control that is not typically possible when using manual means. The user is also able ac619d1d87


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