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# Code No: R05310102 Set No.

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III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007
BASIC REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN AND DRAWING
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Answer any ONE Question from PART-A
and any THREE Questions from PART-B
Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary
Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted
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PART-A(Marks:32)

## 1. Design a simply supported rectangular beam to carry 35kN/m superimposed load

over a span of 5m on 400mm wide supports. Use M20 grade concrete and FE 415
grade steel. Check the design for all necessary conditions. Draw to a suitable scale
(a) Longitudinal section showing the reinforcement details.
(b) The cross section of the beam at salient points, showing reinforcement details.
2. Design a simply supported roof slab for a room 4.5 m × 6 m measuring from inside.
Thickness of the wall is 400 mm. The superimposed load exclusive of the self weight
is 2.5 kN/m2 . The slab may be assumed to be simply supported on all four edges
with corners held down. Use M20 mix and Fe 415 grade steel.
(a) Draw the reinforcement of the slab in plan view.
(b) Draw cross section of the slab including beams with reinforcement details.

PART-B (Marks:16x3=48)

3. The T beam floor consists of 12cm thick R.C. slab monolithic with 30cm wide
beams. The beams are spaced at 3.5m center to center and their effective span is
8m. If the superimposed on the slab is 6.5kN/m2 , design an intermediate beam
and an end beam. Use M20 mix and TMT 415 grade steel.
4. Explain various tests on cements and list out the limits of the characteristics as per
the IS code specification.
5. Design a short column 40cm square in cross section for an axial load of 500kN and
bending moment of 50kNm and 30kNm about the two axes.
6. (a) What are the main requirements of a foundation system for the structure?
(b) Why it is necessary to ensure, by proper proportioning of footing that the
bearing pressures underlying all footings in a building are more or less same
order of the magnitude.
7. Explain short-term deflection. Explain the difficulty in estimating short term deflec-
tion as per IS code procedure when applied moment at service loads is marginally
less than the cracking moment.

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Code No: R05310102 Set No. 2
III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007
BASIC REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN AND DRAWING
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Answer any ONE Question from PART-A
and any THREE Questions from PART-B
Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary
Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted
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PART-A(Marks:32)

1. Design the flexural reinforcement for the rectangular concrete beam 250mm×450mm
simply supported on two masonry walls 300mm thick and 6.5 m apart. The beam
Assume that the beam is subjected to severe exposure conditions and grade of steel
is FE 415 used draw to suitable scale longitudinal section and cross section of the
beam.

2. Design a continuous RC slab for a hall 6.5m and 13.5m long. The slab is supported
on RCC beams each 240mm wide which are monolithic. The ends of the slab are
supported on walls. 300mm wide. Design the slab for a live load of 2.5 kN/m2 .
Assume the weight of roof finishing equal to 1.0 kN/m2 . Use M20 concrete and Fe
415 steel.

## (a) Draw the reinforcement of the slab in plan view

(b) Draw cross section of the slab including beams with reinforcement details.

PART-B (Marks:16x3=48)

3. A R.C. beam 30cm × 50cm overall is reinforced with 5-25mm bars in tension and
5-12mm bars in compression each at a cover of 25mm. If effective span of the
beam is 4m, find what concentrated load it can support at the mid span. Use M20
concrete and FE 500 grade HSD bars.

## 4. (a) Why water is essential for concrete making?

(b) Discuss the requirements for mixing water for concrete. Why seawater is not
normally recommended?

## 5. An RC beam is 25 cm × 50 cm overall is reinforced with 4-16mm Fe 415 bars in

compression and 5-20mm Fe 415 bars in tension each at an effective cover of 40mm.
Determine the shear resistance of the concrete beam if the mix is M25.

6. Design an isolated square column 300mm × 500mm reinforced with 6-25mm diam-
eter bars carrying a service load of 1000 kN and the factored uniaxial moment of

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Code No: R05310102 Set No. 2
Mu= 120kNm at the column base with respect to major axis. The bearing capacity
of soil is 200 kN/m2 at a depth of 1.25m below ground. Assume M20 grade concrete
and Fe 415 grade steel for the footing and M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel for the
column.

7. The section of a cantilever beam designed for a span of 5.0m is having dimensions
300 × 600mm with 3 numbers 25mm diameter bars in compression and 3 numbers
16mm diameter bars in tension. The beam has been designed for a bending moment
of 220kNm (at support) under service loads, of which 50 percent is due to permanent
concrete and Fe 415 steel.

## (a) Calculate the maximum short-term deflection.

(b) The maximum deflection due to shrinkage assuming εcs = 0.0004.
(c) Check weather the beam satisfies the deflection limits specified by the code.

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Code No: R05310102 Set No. 3
III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007
BASIC REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN AND DRAWING
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Answer any ONE Question from PART-A
and any THREE Questions from PART-B
Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary
Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted
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PART-A(Marks:32)

## 1. Design a simply supported rectangular beam to carry 35kN/m superimposed load

over a span of 5m on 400mm wide supports. Use M20 grade concrete and FE 415
grade steel. Check the design for all necessary conditions. Draw to a suitable scale

## (a) Longitudinal section showing the reinforcement details.

(b) The cross section of the beam at salient points, showing reinforcement details.

2. Design a simply supported roof slab for a room 4.5 m × 6 m measuring from inside.
Thickness of the wall is 400 mm. The superimposed load exclusive of the self weight
is 2.5 kN/m2 . The slab may be assumed to be simply supported on all four edges
with corners held down. Use M20 mix and Fe 415 grade steel.

## (a) Draw the reinforcement of the slab in plan view.

(b) Draw cross section of the slab including beams with reinforcement details.

PART-B (Marks:16x3=48)

## 3. A rectangular beam 25cm by 50 cm deep is reinforced with 2-14 mm bars in com-

pression zone and 4-25mm bars in tension zone, each at an effective cover of 40mm.
Determine the forces in compression, force of tension, cracking moment and mo-
ment of resistance assume

## (a) M20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel

(b) M25 concrete and Sail MA410 grade steel.

## 4. Design a rectangular section to resist a working bending moment of 30kNm. Use

M20 concrete and Fe415 grades steel and assume suitable proportions.

5. Design a short column 40cm square in cross section to carry an axial load of 1000kN
using

## (a) Mild steel

(b) Fe 415 steel.

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6. Design a footing for to a rectangular column 30cm × 45cm carrying an axial service
load of 1000 kN. The net bearing capacity of soil is 120 kN/m2 . The unit weight
of earth is 20 kN/m3 . Use σy = 415 N/mm2 and σck = 20 N/mm2 .

## 7. Explain the codal procedure for calculating deflection due to creep.

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Code No: R05310102 Set No. 4
III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007
BASIC REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN AND DRAWING
(Civil Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
Answer any ONE Question from PART-A
and any THREE Questions from PART-B
Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary
Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted
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PART-A(Marks:32)

## 1. Design a simply supported rectangular beam to carry 35kN/m superimposed load

over a span of 5m on 330mm wide supports. Use M20 grade concrete and FE 415
grade steel. Check the design for all necessary conditions. Draw to a suitable scale

## (a) Longitudinal section showing the reinforcement details.

(b) The cross section of the beam at salient points, showing reinforcement details.

2. Design a simply supported roof slab for a room 4.5 m × 6 m measuring from inside.
Thickness of the wall is 400 mm. The superimposed load exclusive of the self weight
is 2.5 kN/m2 . The slab may be assumed to be simply supported on all four edges
with corners held down. Use M20 mix and Fe 415 grade steel.

## (a) Draw the reinforcement of the slab in plan view.

(b) Draw cross section of the slab including beams with reinforcement details.

PART-B (Marks:16x3=48)

3. A simply supported T beam has an effective span of 8m. The flange of the beam
is 100 cm × 10 cm and web below is 25cm × 40cm. It is reinforce with 5-25mm
Fe415 grade steel bars in tension and an effective cover of 50mm. Determine the
magnitude of two equal points loads which can be supported at its one third points.
Assume M20 concrete.

## 4. Design a rectangular section to resist a working bending moment of 40kNm. Use

M25 concrete and Fe415 grades steel and assume suitable proportions.

4-25mm bars. If

## (a) σck = 25 N/mm2 and σsv = 250 N/mm2 and

(b) σck = 15 N/mm2 and σsv = 415 N/mm2

calculate the shear reinforcement needed for a factored shear force of 350kN

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6. Design an isolated square column 300mm × 300mm reinforced with 8-16mm di-
ameter bars carrying a service load of 1500 kN The bearing capacity of soil is 180
kN/m2 at a depth of 1.5m below ground. Assume M20 grade concrete and Fe 415
grade steel for the footing and M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel for the column.

7. The section of a cantilever beam designed for a span of 4.0m is having dimensions
300 × 600mm with 3 numbers 28mm diameter bars in compression and 3 numbers
20mm diameter bars in tension. The beam has been designed for a bending moment
of 200kNm (at support) under service loads, of which 60 percent is due to permanent