Fourth edition of Concise Construction Calculation Manual Published: 2016
Introduction The Concise Construction Calculation Manual (4th Edition) is a concise and practical construction calculation tool book, and is the sister of the Concise Construction Manual.
This manual focuses on calculation issues in the construction of industrial and civil buildings. The fourth edition of the book has 21 chapters, including: calculation data commonly used in construction, calculation tables for commonly used construction structures, and earthwork and blasting, foundation pits, foundations and foundations, masonry and walls, scaffolding, formwork, steel bars, concrete, Stress concrete, building structure lifting, decoration and ground, steel structure, wood structure, waterproof and anti-corrosion, winter construction, structural reinforcement, construction equipment and equipment, temporary facilities, modern construction management technology, etc. The book has a detailed description of each calculation formula, accompanied by the necessary chart materials, reference data and calculation examples, for the reader's practical application.
The content of the fourth edition has been enlarged compared with the third edition, all of which have been compiled in accordance with the newly issued norms and standards of the country. The layout is still tabular to facilitate readers to quickly read, find and apply.
This manual can be used by building construction technicians and managers, as well as by civil designers and teachers and students of colleges and universities.
Catalog Commonly used calculation data for construction Commonly used construction calculation tables and earthwork and blasting foundation pit foundation and foundation masonry and wall scaffolding formwork Reinforced concrete prestressed concrete building structure Hoisting decoration and decoration Ground steel structure Wood structure Waterproof and anticorrosion Winter construction structure Reinforcement of construction equipment and equipment temporary facilities