Remainders Reloaded: Euler, Fermat and Wilsons Theorems for CAT 2011
by Ravi Handa on 07 October 2011
in MBA test prep, Quantitative Aptitude, Remainders
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Editors note: This article contains a lot of mathematical equations, which due to the lim
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RESULT ANALYSIS, SUMMARISED RESULT AND CONCLUSION FOR INTERNAL
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This chapter predicts safe and economic combination of dump profile after detailed stability
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WIND LOAD CALCULATION :TOTAL
NUMBER OF CASES AS PER WIND DIRECTION AND INTERNAL
PRESSURE
= 8.
Vd =V*K1*K2*K3.
=47*1*0.98*1. =46Km/hr.
Pd=0.6*(46)^2.
= 1.27 KN/m^2.
FOR CASE -1 : +Z and +Cpi.
Cpi = 0.5.
Cpe :
A
0.7
B
-0.3
C
-0.7
D
-0.7
Force per meter squa
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DESIGN OF SLAB :Shorter span of slab , LX = 2.5 m
Longer span of slab , LY = 4.25 m
Therefore , LY / LX = 1.7
Hence , two way slab
Now,
Assuming slab thickness = 150 mm
Clear cover = 20 mm
Using 10-mm dia. Bars
Effective slab thickness = 125 mm
Take 50 mm
Design of column:Length of column, l
= 6.3m
Breadth of column, b
= 0.6m
Thickness of column, t
= 0.3m
Elective length, le
(both sides are fixed)
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= 0.65 * 6.3 =1.95m
&
le/t = 6.5 < 12
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col
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Cs=compressive force due to steel.
Cc=compressive force due to concrete.
Tu= tensile force.
Total compressive force=Cs+Cc.
=(fsc-fcc)*Asc+0.36fck*b*xu.
The dimension of cross section =250*400mm^2.
Moment (M)=100 KN-m.
Factored moment (Mu
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SELF WEIGHT OF WALL.
LOAD DUE TO SLAB .
For these loads the weight of RCC is given as
25KN/m^2 .
2. LIVE LOAD ON TOP SURFACE.
Live load value is given as 650 kg/m^2 .
3. WIND LO