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Number of hours
Lectures : 24.0
Tutorials : 24.0
Laboratory works : 12.0
Projects : -
Internship : -
ECTS : 5.0
Officials :Ludovic MISSEMER
to present the basics of the mechanical behaviour depending on the time with an application to the concrete
to use practically the notions of elasticity learnt in the first year class
to be able to design at limit states elements in reinforced concrete under simple sollicitations (beam under bending moment, column in compression, compounded flexion)
to understand the basis of reinforced concrete
to take in hand a finite elements software in order to analyze structures in elasticity (beam, slab, dam)
Civil engineering structures are mainly built in reinforced/prestressed concrete. This module wants to instruct students to the basics of structures design under various sollicitations, leaned on notions of limit states presented in the Eurocode 2 (course 1). The constitutive behaviour to design these elements leaned on the viscoelasticity lesson (course 2). This course enables to characterize and to formalize the behaviours of aging and non aging material by using simple models (spring, absorbe, pad). The whole notions is applied through an experimental practice on elasticity, a modelisation structure project and a project on the long term behaviour of concrete and its rheological modelisation.
resistance of materials, continuum mechanics, elasticity.
Specific credits: this course brings 6.0 ECTS to students in Semester S7 - M1 HCE
Contrôle terminal (written exam) : 60% (4h of written test) Contrôle continu (continuous assessment) : 40% (report of project)
Epreuve de rattrapage (second session) : written or oral exam depending on the case. First note of written exam replaced by the second one.