Flexural Analysis of Nonrectangular Shapes (#9)
Including Investigation of As,min
11/10/15
Ex: 1 Box Section
Given concrete section shown below. Assume fc = 4 ksi, fy = 60 ksi. Find maximum
factored moment the section can carry ( M u ,max ), and check min
CE 4401 Recitation 13 Development Length & Cut-Off Locations - Solution
12/1/15
Superimpose on the plot provided on pg. 4, the nominal required moment (i.e.,
Mn,required = Mu / , which has already been calculated for you below) and the
moment provided (i.
RC Beam Design Serviceability (#10)
11/17/15
For the cross section given below, check the live load deflection and see if the section satisfies crack
control specifications.
d = 27.3
d = 2.5
Tension Reinforcement is 4 #11 bars (As=6.24in2)
Compression rei
Concrete Shear Design (#12)
11/24/15
RECITATION OBJECTIVE: Shear design. In Example 1, we will determine the required shear reinforcement across a cantilever
beam. In Example 2, we will identify the critical sections for shear in a propped cantilever beam
Steel Multi-Span Flexural Design #2
10/20/15
EX. 1: FLEXURAL MEMBER DESIGN
Cannot add bracing, deal with Lb and affect of Cb factors. Check deflections and
other web yielding.
A992 Steel. Lateral support provided at vertical supports and concentrated load
CE 4401 Recitation #3 Effective Length Factors
9/29/2015
During this recitation, you will learn about: (1) tributary areas used to determine beam and
column loads; (2) effect of bracing on sway, and the effect of relative member stiffness and
boundary con
Reinforced Concrete Beam Analysis (#8)
11/3/15
Before getting into the RC design problems, this problem gives you the opportunity to analyze a given RC
section and to go through the required checks.
Given:
12 x 24 in. beam section used to span 25 ft. insi
C 4401 Compression Member Design
A
10/6/2015
B
C
1
30
2
30
3
15
40
40
PLAN VIEW OF BOTTOM STORY
ELEVATION
10 Story Building with Height of 15/Story. Assume simple connections and bracing in both directions. Applied
distributed dead load = 70 psf/story and
CE 4401 Tension Member Recitation #1
9/15/15
The roof truss shown below is subjected to the following loads:
Dead Load of 35 psf on a horizontal projection (just along the top chords of the truss)
Snow Load of 55 psf on a horizontal projection (just along
Compression and Bending Design (#7)
10/27/15
BI-AXIAL BENDING & COMPRESSION MEMBER DESIGN
Design the following member subject to bi-axial compression and bending. Use a W12 section.
Sidesway inhibited both directions (Kx = Ky = 1). Design the section usin
Concrete Column Design (#13)
12/8/15
OBJECTIVE: Column design and analysis including splice design and tie detailing.
Determine the dimensions and reinforcement of an interior column using interaction diagrams assuming
Pu = 600 kips and Mu = 560 k-ft. Ass
Examples of Rupture and FON
1. Sketch potential Rupture for both the top and bottom plate identifying as tension (TR), shear(SR), block shear(BR), or NA (not applicable).
2. Sketch FON for the top plate only. Determine the associated U value for FON.
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