Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 6
Due Friday, March 25, 2016
Problem 1
The cross-section of a beam is shown in the figure below. The specified compressive streng
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Homework No. 3
Due Monday, February 15, 2016
Note: For the following problems, the given dead load values do not include the self—weight of
th
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 2
Due Friday, February 5, 2016
Problem 1
Consider the beam cross-section shown in the figure below. Calculate Mn in accordance wi
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 1
Due Friday, January 29, 2016
Problem 1
Consider the beam cross-section shown in the figure below. The specified compressive str
Purdue University Instructor: C. S. Williams
Lyles School of Civil Engineering CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Laboratory Assignment No. 2
January 25 and 26, 2016
Given: Figures as shown and noted.
16 in.
f’c = 5,000 psi
fy = 60,000 psi
30 in.
2.7 in.
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Laboratory Assignment No. 6
February 22 and 23, 2016
Problem 1
Given: Three beam cross-sections are shown in the figure below. The clear cover
Purdue University instructor: C. S. Williams
Lyles School of Civil Engineering CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 5
Due Monday, March 7, 2016
Problem 1
Design a rectangular beam to resist a factored positive bending moment, Mu, of 1010 k-ft. T
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 5
Due Monday, March 7, 2016
Problem 1
Design a rectangular beam to resist a factored positive bending moment, Mu, of 1010 k-ft. T
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 7
Due Friday, April 1, 2016
Problem 1
A simply supported beam is shown in the figure below. The beam supports an unfactored dead
Purdue University instructor: C. S. Williams
Lyles School of Civil Engineering CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Laboratory Assignment No. 8
March 7 and 8, 2016
Problem 1 =- Problem 9—3 from Textbook (modified!
Given: The bottom portion of a beam cross—se
Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Instructor: C. S. Williams
CE 473 Reinforced Concrete Design
Homework No. 3
Due Monday, February 15, 2016
Note: For the following problems, the given dead load values do not include the self-weight of
th
CE 473
Homework Ch. 2
S.P.
CE473
Spring 2012
Chapter 2
Homework Solution
1. Select preliminary dimensions for a beam of a frame with 25-ft spans.
Total Depth = h = ~ (25 x 12/ft)/12 = 25
Select h = 24
Width = ~ 24/2 = 12
Select b = 14
Select a 24 x 14 bea
R.C. in 30 Lectures
Sec. 27
Homework Solution
Page 1
1. Selected Dimensions:
h := 24in
total cross-sectional depth
d := 21in
effective depth
b := 18in
total cross-sectional width
Given Properties and Parameters
f'c := 5ksi
concrete cylinder strength
f'c :
CE 473
Homework - Ch. 23
Section 23 Exercise
Given
f'c := 4000psi
specified concrete strength
k1 := 0.85
assumed ratio of mean unit stress in concrete to peak unit stress
f'c := 0.85 f'c
assumed strength of concrete in column
fy := 60ksi
steel grade
Es :=
CE 473
Homework - Ch. 18
Section 18 Questions
Compute the moment capacity of the section shown
Given:
Nominal concrete strength:
f'c := 3ksi
Estimated comp. strength of conc.:
f'c := 0.85 f'c
Ratio of average unit stress to f'c:
k1 := 0.85
Unit yield stre
CE 473
Homework - Ch. 17
S.P.
1 of 4
Section 17 Questions
Add 5 Gr.-60 #9 bars near
the top of this section and
estimate the moment capacity
of the resulting section.
o o o o o
Given:
Nominal concrete compressive strength
f'c := 4ksi
Steel unit yield stre