## Design steps for Column section | IS 456: 2000

Columns serve as fundamental structural elements in the construction industry, supporting vertical loads and transferring them to the building’s foundation. They provide stability, strength, and rigidity to the overall framework,

## Design procedure of column with uniaxial bending

A column subjected to uniaxial bending refers to a structural element that experiences bending about a single axis. In other words, the load or forces applied to the column act

## What is Development Length in Compression for Reinforced Concrete Columns as per IS456

When we pull on a reinforcement bar, it needs a certain amount of length in order to have a strong grip. This is known as the development length. It’s important

## Design procedure for column with Biaxial moments

A column is a special case of a compression member that is vertical. A reinforced concrete column is basically a vertical structural member, which helps to transfer the load from

## Longitudinal bars detailing of a column section

Longitudinal reinforcement is provided in column to carry the applied axial load and bending moment along with concrete. Minimum longitudinal reinforcement It should be at least 0.8 percent of the

## Earthquake considerations for design of column sections

It is very important to consider the effect of earthquake in proportioning of columns and their reinforcement. The design is based on IS: 13920:1993. This code is applicable to members

## What is Development Length | Calculation as per IS:456

To give you an idea of the significance of development length we will do a simple demonstration. Ask your friend to hold a pen or pencil in closed fist and

## Fundamental concepts of Column

A column is a special case of a compression member that is vertical. A reinforced concrete column is basically a vertical structural member, which helps to transfer the load from

## Difference between Beam and Column

In structural engineering we give names to different structural members based on their behaviour under applied load. Beam and column is also two structural members. Check out this post to

## Stability of slender column -How to improve the same ?

The stability of slender columns refers to their ability to resist buckling, which is a type of lateral instability that occurs when the compressive force exceeds the column’s capacity to