Ch. 4 – Flexure Part 1

Ch. 4 – Flexure Part 1 - Ch 4 Flexure Part...

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1 Ch. 3 Slide Ch. 4 – Flexure Part 1 Reading: Section 4-1: Introduction Section 4-2: Basic Assumptions in Flexure Theory (p. 109) Section 4-3: Simplifications in Flexure Theory (pp. 117-122) Section 4-4: Analysis of Nominal Moment Strength for Singly Reinforced Beam Sections (pp. 122- 128) Problems: Study class problems and Book Examples 4-1 and 4-2. Homework: Solve problem 4.3* – Show all your work and submit electronically by Monday 11:59:59pm 18 January Note: *bar sizes and cross section areas can be found on Ch. 3 handout
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2 Ch. 3 Slide Life of a Reinforced Concrete Beam For equilibrium:
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3 Ch. 3 Slide Load Deflection Response of a Reinforced Concrete Beam Load Midspan deflection
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4 Ch. 3 Slide Three Basic Assumptions in Flexure Theory 1. Plane sections before bending remain plane after bending (Bernoulli’s assumption) Beam Experiment 184 mm Measured Properties 600 mm 600 mm 600 mm (a) Reinforcement (b) Test Set-up 19 mm
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5 Ch. 3 Slide Three Basic Assumptions in Flexure Theory Initial gauge length, l o1 = 392.8 mm
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