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Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CE355 Fall 2010
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #1 – Chapter 4: Flexure
Solutions
4-1
1. Calculate the dead load of the beam.
24 × 12
× 0.15 = 0.3 kips/ft
Weight/ft
California Polytechnic State University
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Homework #1 Chapter 4: Flexure
4-1
Figure P4-1 shows a simply supported beam and the cross-section at midspan. The beam
suppo
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CE355 Fall 2010
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Homework #2 Chapter 4: Flexure contd
4-11
(a) Compute M n for the three beams shown in Fig. P4-11. In each case, f c' = 4000
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CE355 Fall 2010
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #4 Chapter 6: Shear
6-1
For the beam shown in Fig P6-1:
(a)
Draw a shear force diagram.
(b)
Show the direction of th
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #5 Chapter 9: Serviceability
9-1
Explain the differences in appearance of flexural cracks, shear cracks, and torsion
California Polytechnic State University
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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #6 Chapter 11: Columns
11-1
The column shown in Fig. P11-1 is made of 4000 psi concrete and Grade-60 steel.
a)
Compu
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Problem 4:
The simply supported cast in place one-way slab shown below has fc = 4000 psi and is
reinforced with #4 rebar with fy = 60 ksi. Dead load
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1. (3 points) Check () all items which the
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Homework #6 Solutions
Problem 2:
A rectangular beam has dimensions b x h of 12 x 18. The concrete compressive strength is fc
= 5000 psi, and the steel yield strength is fy = 60 ksi. The unfacto
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Practice Exam #2
CE-355 Practice Exam #2
Notes regarding the exam:
You get a single page of 8.5x11 paper with writing on one side (no photocopies, or
computer generated printout). No extra pag
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Practice Final Exam
CE-355 Practice Final Exam
Notes regarding the final exam:
The scheduled exam time is Friday, March 16 at 10:10 a.m. in Room 21-133 (our regular
classroom). Alternatively,
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CE355 Fall 2010
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #3 Chapter 5: Beam Design
5-1
Give three reasons for the minimum cover requirements in the ACI code. Under what
circ
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
CE355 Fall 2010
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #5 – Chapter 9: Serviceability
Solutions
9-1
Flexural cracks are approximately vertical cracks extending from the te
California Polytechnic State University
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
Homework #6 Chapter 11: Columns
Solutions
11-1
a)
First compute the gross area of the section, and the area of steel in the c
California Polytechnic State University
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Homework #3 – Chapter 5: Beam Design
Solutions
5-1
- To ensure enough concrete is present to develop the reinforcement.
- To