27. Design Examples for Bond
The inescapable conclusion from our review of experimental information on bond is that the distribution
of bond stress along a reinforcing bar and its maximum value depend on complex interactions of many
variables such as bar
5.11. Under-reinforced Beams (Read Sect. 3.4b of your text)
We want the reinforced concrete beams to fail in tension because is not a sudden failure.
Therefore, following Figure 5.3, you have to make sure that you stay in the tension-controlled side of
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Shear Design Example
CEE 3150 Reinforced Concrete Design Spring 2004
Design the shear reinforcement for the following beam:
fc = 4 kip/in2
fy = 60 kip/in2
= 24 ft
b = 14 in
h = 27 in
SDL = 2.5 kip/ft
d = 2.5 in
d = 22.5 in
dt = 24 in
As = 2.40 in2 (4 #7)
DESIGN OF A SINGLY REINFORCED RECTANGULAR BEAM
CIVL4390 Structural Design 2 [October 8th 2010]
QUESTION:
Design a 6m long simply supported rectangular beam of width 250mm and height 450mm subjected to
a live load of 18kN/m and a dead load, not including s
Chapter 1
Design for Flexure
By Murat Saatcioglu1
1.1 Introduction
Design of reinforced concrete elements for flexure involves; i) sectional design and ii) member
detailing. Sectional design includes the determination of cross-sectional geometry and the r
SHEAR DESIGN OF A BEAM WITH OVERHANG
CIVL4390 Structural Design 2 [November 15th 2010]
QUESTION:
Design the beam shown below against shear. The component is subjected to a live load of 29.7kN/m
and a dead load, including self weight, of 15.7kN/m. Use a co
Full Beam Design Example
CEE 3150 Reinforced Concrete Design Fall 2003
Design the exural (including cutoffs) and shear reinforcement for a typical interior span of a
six span continuous beam with center-to-center spacing of 20 ft. Assume the supports are
CE 3150 - Reinforced Concrete Design (Spring 2009)
Homework Assignment 09
Topics:
Shear Design, Shear Envelopes
1. Design the shear reinforcement (between the faces of the
supports) for the given beam. Draw a nice picture of the
final layout.
fc = 4 ksi,
CHAPTER SIX
ANCHORAGE AND DEVELOPMENT OF REINFORCEMENT
1
6 CHAPTER 6: ANCHORAGE AND DEVELOPMENT OF
REINFORCEMENT
6.1 Introduction
In addition to creating stresses in the reinforcement and the concrete, flexural deformations
of a beam also create stresses
CE 3150 - Reinforced Concrete Design (Spring 2009)
Homework Assignment 08
Topics:
Shear Design, Shear Capacity
1. Design the shear reinforcement for the given simply
supported beam. Pattern loading should be considered
for the distributed live load. The c
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Chapter 10.
BOND AND ANCHORAGE
10.1. Reading Assignment
Chapter 5 of text
ACI 318 Chapter 12.
10.2. Introduction
Reinforcement for concrete to develop the strength of a section in tension depends on the
compatibility of the two materials to act t
Chapter 6.
Compression Reinforcement - Flexural Members
If a beam cross section is limited because of architectural or other considerations, it may happen that the concrete cannot develop the compression force required to resist the give bending moment. I
5. Flexural Analysis and Design of Beams
5.1. Reading Assignment
Chapter 3 of text
5.2. Introduction
It is of interest in structural practice to calculate those stresses and deformations which occur
in a structure in service under design load. For reinfor
Chapter 8.
Flexural Analysis of T-Beams
8.1. Reading Assignments
Text Chapter 3.7; ACI 318, Section 8.10.
8.2. Occurrence and Configuration of T-Beams
Common construction type.- used in conjunction with either on-way or two-way slabs.
Sections consists of
CIVL 4135
HOMEWORK SET 7
A.
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Determine whether the reinforcement area meets the ACI requirement for maximum area allowed and then calculate the ultimate moment for the section shown below.
16
fc = 4 ksi
fy = 60 ksi
Answer:
-kips
Mu = 2950 in-
16
As=4.0
CIVL 4135
HOMEWORK SET 6
A. Consider the uniformly loaded reinforced concrete beam shown below. Assume a rectangular cross-section with b = 14, h = 26, and d = 22.5. Determine the maximum uniform dead and live loads under service conditions permitted by t
5.18. EXAMPLE. Concrete Dimensions and steel area to resist a given moment.
Select an economical rectangular beam size and select bars using the ACI strength method. The
beam is a simply supported span of 40 ft and it is to carry a live load of 1.4 kips/f