Practice_Set_1_1_leifeng.pdf

# Practice_Set_1_1_leifeng.pdf - CIV3284 Practice Set 1_1...

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CIV3284 Practice Set 1_1 – QUESTIONS The layout of a reinforced concrete building is shown in Section 1.9 (page 20- 26) of the textbook (also the RC design lecture1.1) The loads are as described in the text, page 21: All building floors are subjected to a design live load of 3 kPa uniformly distributed over the floor area. The region towards the rear of the building is subjected to a live load of 8 kPa (region between E & F and 2 & 5). Dead load additional to the self weight is 1 kPa. For the purposes of this assignment, ignore the wind loads. The slab thickness = 200 mm; Depth of band beams = 400 mm (including the slab thickness); Width of band beams = 1200 mm; Column size = 350 mm × 350 mm. The spandrel beam depth = 400 mm (including the slab thickness), width = 350 mm. Core wall thickness = 150 mm (located between 3 & 4 and E & D). Density of reinforced concrete = 2400 kg/m 3 Assume Class N reinforcements are used. Calculate the following:
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