Fluid mechanics 1 Assignment 2
Question 1
A velocity field is given by:
Velocity fields are plotted
V 6 x m/s
j
below, where the arrows indicate the magnitude and direction of the velocity
vectors. The picture that best describes the field is:
I.
y
0
0
0

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6.1 Deflection of Beams
(A serviceability Limit)
k 2 wL4
=
EI
or
k 2 PL3
=
EI
or
k 2 ML2
=
EI
(a) For a simply-supported span, the value at midspan.
(b) In a continuous beam;
(i) for an interior span, half the midspan
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Figure 1
1
1 Mechanism of Shear Resistance
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Prof. Priyan Mendis
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e-mail: [email protected]
.
Standards:
AS3600 -2009 Australian Standard for Concrete Structures
(Other relevant standards are given in Appendix B, AS3600)
REINFOR

DESIGN OF RC COLUMNS (STD2)
1.0
ULTIMATE
STRENGTH
FORMULAE
COLUMNS WITH UNIAXIAL BENDING1
FOR
RECTANGULAR
Clause 10.6.1 of the Code specifies the basis on which strength calculations are made. The
derivation which follows applies to cross-sections bent ab

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Structural Theory and Design 2-Lecture SLABS
Comparison of One-way and Two-way slab
behavior
One-way slabs carry load in
one direction.
Two-way slabs carry load in
two directions.
Structural Theory and Design 2

Design of Columns
Priyan Mendis
The University of Melbourne
Nuo = f'c(Ag - As) + fyAs
= 0.85 (fc<50 MPa)
= 1.0 0.003 f'c (AS3600-2009)
where 0.67 0.85
See STD1 Notes
for derivations and
examples
Y
3 00
C
80
3 N24
550
A
3.0 m
D
x
D
x
3 N2 4
80
Y
B
Sectio

CB
C
Example 16B
Unbraced Portal - Frame
B
B
P=4kN
1.17
C
B
B
C
C
CD
1.39
B
4m
3m
A
C
A
D
PL 1.171.39
4
2
4 1.171.39
4
4
2
2.72
0.17
Bending Moment
Diagram
DC
Back substitution into Element Stiffness Equations :
5m
0.85
D
1
1
M AB 6 2 1.25 2 B 1.5

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ds c
Asc
ass umed
rectangular s tres s
block
Nu
= 0.003
c
e
e'
gD
kud
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plas tic
centroid
b
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As t
s
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s c
0.85f'c
Cc
C
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T=stAs t
C c=(kud)(0.85f'c).b
C =scA sc
stres s and force
Balance Point, ku =kub, N

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=

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