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STEEL DESIGN

CE LICENSURE EXAMINATION PROBLEMS

STEEL DESIGN

BENDING IN BEAMS

5.

the beam is 700 mm and the web thickness is 10 mm. If Fy is equal

to 250 MPa, the allowable bending stress is: (N94 D 22)

a.

180 MPa

c.

165 MPa

b.

150 MPa

d.

200 MPa

6.

kN/m2. The beams span 6.0 m and are simply supported at their

ends. Determine the centerline spacing if the allowable stress in the

beam is 120 MPa and the section modulus is 534 x 103 mm3. (M95

D 9)

a.

3.75 m

c.

4.0 m

b.

3.45 m

d.

3.0 m

7.

beam is 69.0 kN-m. The allowable bending stress is 138 MPa. The

required section modulus is: (M96 D 3)

a.

2.0 x 103 mm3

c.

250 x 103 mm3

6

3

b.

9.522 x 10 mm

d.

500 x 103 mm3

8.

to a vertical concentrated load of 150 kN acting at midspan. An

allowance of 100% for impact is made for the concentrated load

only. The beam is laterally supported only at the supports. The

1992 National Structural Code of the Philippines states that the

allowable tensile stress for laterally unsupported members subject

to bending is 0.60Fy while the allowable compressive stress for

laterally unsupported members subject to bending is given by the

equation:

Fb = [ 2/3 Fy (L/rt)2 / 10,550,000 Cb ] Fy

where Cb may be taken as 1.0 since the maximum moments does

not occur at the supports. rt is the radius of gyration comprising the

compression flange and 1/3 of the compression web area, taken

about the axis in the plane of the web.

STEEL PROPERTIES

1.

2.

centigrade is: (N95 D 32)

a.

0.25

c.

11.25 x 10-6

b.

0.0000473

d.

0.3

The coefficient of expansion of steel per degree Centigrade is:

(N96 D 25)

a.

0.000005

c.

11.25 x 10-6

b.

0.0025

d.

0.00125

3.

4.

thickness tw, and flange width b and thickness tf is: (N94 D 24)

a.

h2 (6 b tf + h tw) / 12

c.

2 b tf + h tw

b.

h (6 b tf + h tw) / 6d.

(2 b tf + h tw3) / 3

A BW 775 x 287 steel I beam has the following dimensions:

Total beam depth, H

= 775 mm

Web thickness, tw

= 19 mm

Flange width, B

= 360 mm

Flange thickness, tf

= 32 mm

The moment of inertia Ix about the principal axis is: (N95 D 21)

a.

375,086 cm4

c.

375,086 mm4

6

b.

375,086 mm

d.

none in the list

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STEEL DESIGN

Steel is A36 with yield strength Fy = 248 MPa. Which of the

following most nearly gives the most economical (lightest) section

that will limit the flexural stress to the allowable value? (N97 D

24)

a.

W18x76; beam weight = 1108 N/m, rt = 75 mm,

Sx = 0.00239 m3

b.

W21x62; beam weight = 911 N/m, rt = 53 mm,

Sx = 0.0023 m3

c.

W24x68; beam weight = 1000 N/m, rt = 57 mm,

Sx = 0.00253 m3

d.

W27x84; beam weight = 1234 N/m, rt = 63 mm,

Sx = 0.0035 m3

Situation:

9.

subjected to a uniform vertical downward load equal to

50 kN/m acting on the plane of the minor axis of the beam

section, which includes the beam weight. The beam is

restrained against lateral buckling on the top and bottom

flanges for the entire span. The material is A36 steel with

Fy = 248 MPa and modulus of elasticity = 200 GPa. The

allowable flexural stress for laterally braced compact

sections is 0.66Fy. The allowable deflection is 1/360 of the

span. Three compact sections are being considered, as

follows, with their respective properties relevant of this

problem (length units are in meters):

Section

Moment of Inertia (Ix)

Beam depth (d)

W24x55

0.000558

0.598

W21x62

0.000554

0.533

W21x68

0.000616

0.537

modulus (Sx), in m3, such that the maximum flexural stress will not

be exceeded? (M98 D 13)

a.

0.0018

c.

0.0024

b.

0.0015

d.

0.0021

10.

11.

inertia (Ix), in m4, such that maximum deflection will not be

exceeded? (M98 D 14)

a.

0.00065

c.

0.00060

b.

0.00050

d.

0.00055

Assuming that shear stress is not critical, which of the sections

being considered is the most economic section that is adequate for

the given load? (M98 D 15)

a.

W21x62

b.

W24x55

c.

W21x68

d.

none of the sections are adequate

Situation:

50 mm thick floor finish both of which has a unit weight

of 24 kN/m3. The floor also carries a ceiling whose weight

is 720 Pa and a live load of 2400 Pa. The floor is

supported by simply supported steel beams with a span of

6 m spaced at 3 m on centers. The beam is W14x30, with

weight of 440 N/m, depth of 352 mm, and moment of

inertia I = 0.000121 m4.

12.

carried by the floor in Pa? (N99 D 7)

a.

8200

c.

7840

b.

7200

d.

7920

13.

carried by the beam in kN/m? (N99 D 8)

a.

32

c.

18

b.

24

d.

28

14.

stress in the beam in MPa? (N99 D 9)

a.

160

c.

210

b.

140

d.

120

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STEEL DESIGN

Situation:

16.

17.

Situation:

d = 560 mm

tw = 18 mm

Ix = 1,511 x 106 mm4

modulus Sx, in m3, such that the maximum flexural stress will not

be exceeded? (M00 D 25)

a.

0.00382

c.

0.00523

b.

0.00376

d.

0.00315

Which of the following most nearly gives the minimum moment of

inertia Ix, in m4, such that the maximum deflection will not be

exceeded? (M00 D 26)

a.

0.00128

c.

0.00104

b.

0.00098

d.

0.00117

Assuming that shear stress is not critical, which of the sections

being considered is the most economic section that is adequate for

the given load? (M00 D 27)

a.

W30x74

b.

W24x62

c.

W26x66

b.

none of the sections are adequate

the figure. The section is W21x147 A36 steel, compact

section with Fy = 248 MPa and reinforced with 12 mm x

360 mm A36 steel plate at the top and bottom. The beam

is laterally supported over the entire span of 6 m and

carries a uniformly distributed load of 360 kN/m including

its own weight. The allowable bending stress for laterally

supported compact section is 0.66Fy and allowable

shearing stress is 0.4Fy. Allowable deflection is 1/360 of the

span.

560 mm

15.

to a uniform vertical downward load equal to 50 kN/m

acting on the plane of the minor axis of the beam section,

which includes the beam weight. The beam is restrained

against lateral buckling on the top and bottom flanges for

the entire span. The material is A36 steel with Fy = 248

MPa and modulus of elasticity = 200 GPa. The allowable

flexural stress for laterally braced compact sections is

0.66Fy. The allowable deflection is 1/360 of the span. Three

compact sections are being considered, as follows, with

their respective properties relevant of this problem (length

units are in meters):

Section

Moment of Inertia (Ix)

Beam depth (d)

W26x66

0.00124

0.654

W30x74

0.00146

0.772

W24x62

0.00119

0.618

12 mm x 360 mm

Y

18.

m3? (M01 D 28)

a.

0.0076

c.

0.0054

b.

0.0095

d.

0.0058

19.

in mm? (M01 D 29)

a.

12.1

c.

15.9

b.

13.7

d.

14.8

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STEEL DESIGN

20.

(M01 D 30)

a.

The section is adequate for flexure only.

b.

The section is adequate for shear and deflection only.

c.

The section is adequate for deflection only.

d.

The section is not adequate for flexure, shear, and

deflection.

Situation:

1.

2.

of laterally unsupported beam:

approximately rectangular in cross section and

its area is not less than that of the tension flange:

Fb =

83000 Cb Af

Ld

(4.5-7)

In the foregoing:

l

distance between cross-section braced against twist or

lateral displacement of the compression flange, mm. For

cantilevers braced against twist only at the support, l may

conservatively be taken as the actual length.

Tension:

Fb = 0.60Fy

Compression:

a.

For members meeting the requirements of Sect.

4.9.1.2, having axis of symmetry in, and loaded

in, the plane of their web, and compression on

extreme fibers of channels bent about their major

axis:

The larger value computed by formula (4.5-6a)

or (4.5-6b) and (4.5.7), as applicable (unless a

higher value can be justified on the basis of a

more precise analysis), but not more than 0.60Fy.

When

703000 Cb

L

Fy

rT

Fb =

2

3

When

L

>

rT

3520000 Cb

Fy

Fy ( L / rT )2

10.55 x 106 Cb

Fy

(4.5-6a)

3520000 Cb

Fy

Fb =

1170 x 103 Cb

( L / rT )2

rT

compression flange plus 1/3 of the compression web area,

taken about an axis in the plane of the web, mm.

Af

Cb

2.3, where M1 is the smaller and M2 the larger bending

moment at the ends of the unbraced length, taken about

the strong axis of the member, and where M1/M2 the ratio

of end moments, is positive when M1 and M2 have the

same sign (reverse curvature bending) and negative when

they are of opposite signs (single curvature bending).

When the bending moment at any point within an

unbraced length is larger than that at both ends of this

length, the value of Cb shall be taken as unity. When

computing Fbx and Fby to be used in formula (4.6-1a), Cb

may be computed by the formula given above for frames

subject to joint translation, and it shall be taken as unity

for frames braced against joint translation. Cb may

conservatively be taken as unity for cantilever beams.

m. The beam is laterally unsupported over the entire span. Fy =

250 MPa.

(4.5-6b)

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STEEL DESIGN

The properties of the section are as follows:

Depth, d = 533 mm

Flange width, bf = 210 mm

Flange thickness, tf = 15.6 mm

Web thickness, tw = 10.2 mm

Radius of gyration, rT = 53.34 mm

Section modulus, Sx = 2,077 x 103 mm3

21.

22.

23.

MPa, for beams not restrained against lateral buckling as follows:

1.

Fb = 0.60Fy

2.

Which of the following gives the value of the ratio L/rT? (N01 D

28)

a.

130

c.

170

b.

150

d.

160

Which of the following gives the allowable bending stress in MPa

in accordance with the provisions of the National Structural Code

of the Philippines? (N01 D 29)

a.

150

c.

52.01

b.

78.21

d.

63.77

Which of the following gives the safe uniformly distributed load

that the beam can carry in kN/m? (N01 D 30)

a.

19.98

c.

16.56

b.

15.21

d.

18.32

Situation:

Tension:

a counterclockwise moment at the left support and a

clockwise moment at the right equal to 25% of the

moment at the left support, both acting in the plane of the

minor axis of the beam. The beam is not restrained against

lateral buckling. The beam is A36 steel with yield strength

Fy = 248 MPa. The provisions of the 1992 National

Structural Code of the Philippines relevant to this problem

are given below. The beam is a W21x62 steel shape,

whose relevant properties for this problem are:

rT = 0.053 m

d = 0.533 m

bf = 0.210 m

tf = 0.016 m

S = 0.002077 m3

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Compression:

The larger value computed by formula (4.5-6a) or (4.56b) and (4.5-7), as applicable, but not more than 0.60Fy.

When

703000 Cb

L

Fy

rT

Fb =

2

3

When

L

>

rT

3520000 Cb

Fy

Fy ( L / rT )2

10.55 x 106 Cb

Fy

(4.5-6a)

3520000 Cb

Fy

Fb =

1170 x 103 Cb

( L / rT )2

(4.5-6b)

rectangular in cross-section and its area is not less than that of the

tension flange:

Fb =

83000 Cb Af

Ld

(4.5-7)

Where

Cb

= 1.75 + 1.05(M 1/M2) + 0.3(M1/M2)2 but not more than

2.3, where M1 is the smaller and M2 the larger bending

moment at the ends of the unbraced length, taken about

the strong axis of the member, and where M1/M2 the ratio

of end moments, is positive when M1 and M2 have the

same sign (reverse curvature bending) and negative when

they are of opposite signs (single curvature bending).

When the bending moment at any point within an

unbraced length is larger than that at both ends of this

STEEL DESIGN

rT

24.

25.

26.

computing Fbx and Fby to be used in formula (4.6-1a), Cb

may be computed by the formula given above for frames

subject to joint translation, and it shall be taken as unity

for frames braced against joint translation. Cb may

conservatively be taken as unity for cantilever beams.

radius of gyration of a section comprising the

compression flange plus 1/3 of the compression web area,

taken about an axis in the plane of the web, mm.

depth of beam

bf

width of flange

tf

thickness of flange

Situation:

a counterclockwise moment at the left support and a

counterclockwise moment at the right support equal to

25% of the moment at the left support, both acting in the

plane of the minor axis of the beam. The beam is not

restrained against lateral buckling. The beam is A36 steel

with Fy = 248 MPa. The provisions of the 1992 NSCP is

given below. The beam is a W21x62 whose relevant

properties are:

rT = 0.053 m

d = 0.533 m

bf = 0.210 m

tf = 0.016 m

S = 0.002077 m3

above which the beam is long with respect to lateral buckling?

(M03 D 22)

a.

146

c.

86

b.

221

d.

373

Which of the following most nearly gives the allowable flexural

stress in the compression flange, in MPa? (M03 D 23)

a.

71.5

c.

98.5

b.

64.9

d.

83.1

MPa, for beams not restrained against lateral buckling as follows:

1.

2.

Tension:

Fb = 0.60Fy

Compression:

The larger value computed by formula (4.5-6a) or (4.56b) and (4.5-7), as applicable, but not more than 0.60Fy.

When

the moment at the left support, in kN-m? (M03 D 24)

a.

82

c.

205

b.

193

d.

378

703000 Cb

L

Fy

rT

Fb =

2

3

When

L

>

rT

Fy ( L / rT )2

10.55 x 106 Cb

Fy

3520000 Cb

Fy

Fb =

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3520000 Cb

Fy

1170 x 103 Cb

( L / rT )2

(4.5-6b)

(4.5-6a)

STEEL DESIGN

Or, when the compression flange is solid and approximately

rectangular in cross-section and its area is not less than that of the

tension flange:

Fb =

83000 Cb Af

Ld

stress in the compression flange according to equation 4.5-6a or

equation 4.5-6b, as applicable? (N03 D 17)

a.

99.9 MPa

c.

68.7 MPa

b.

86.3 MPa

d.

75.4 MPa

29.

the moment at the left support, in kN-m? (N03 D 18)

a.

254.7

c.

302.1

b.

275.8

d.

287.4

(4.5-7)

Where

Cb

= 1.75 + 1.05(M 1/M2) + 0.3(M1/M2)2 but not more than

2.3, where M1 is the smaller and M2 the larger bending

moment at the ends of the unbraced length, taken about

the strong axis of the member, and where M1/M2 the ratio

of end moments, is positive when M1 and M2 have the

same sign (reverse curvature bending) and negative when

they are of opposite signs (single curvature bending).

When the bending moment at any point within an

unbraced length is larger than that at both ends of this

length, the value of Cb shall be taken as unity. When

computing Fbx and Fby to be used in formula (4.6-1a), Cb

may be computed by the formula given above for frames

subject to joint translation, and it shall be taken as unity

for frames braced against joint translation. Cb may

conservatively be taken as unity for cantilever beams.

27.

28.

rT

compression flange plus 1/3 of the compression web area,

taken about an axis in the plane of the web, mm.

depth of beam

bf

width of flange

tf

thickness of flange

SHEAR IN BEAMS

30.

whose web is 9 mm thick, is closest to: (Assume Fy = 200 MPa)

(N94 D 36)

a.

486 kN

c.

432 kN

b.

864 kN

d.

684 kN

31.

and bottom flanges are 12 mm by 150 mm, while the web is 9 mm

by 300 mm. The average shearing stress is V/dtw or 33.33 MPa. The

moment of inertia I of the section is 108 x 106 mm4 and the first

moment of the area Q above the neutral axis is 382,050 mm3.

However, the maximum shearing stress is: (M95 D 8)

a.

35.37 MPa

c.

33.33 MPa

b.

14.29 MPa

d.

7.77 MPa

32.

thick floor finish both of which has a unit weight of 24 kN/m3. The

floor also carries a ceiling whose weight is 720 Pa and a live load

of 2,400 Pa. The floor is supported by simply supported steel

beams with a span of 10 m spaced at 4.6 m on centers, with

compression flange rigidly attached to the concrete floor. The steel

is A36 with yield strength Fy = 248 MPa. The allowable shear

stress specified in the 1992 National Structural Code of the

Philippines is 0.40Fy. Considering the weight of the beam, which

of the following sections is the most economic (lightest) section for

below which the beam is short with respect to lateral buckling?

(N03 D 16)

a.

65.8

c.

86.3

b.

75.9

d.

95.7

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STEEL DESIGN

the given load, assuming that shear stress governs the design?

(N97 D 9)

a.

W12x19; beam weight = 278 N/m, depth = 309 mm,

web thickness = 6 mm

b.

W10x33; beam weight = 484 N/m, depth = 247 mm,

web thickness = 7 mm

c.

BW300x41; beam weight = 407 N/m, depth = 300 mm,

web thickness = 6 mm

d.

BW300x47; beam weight = 460 N/m, depth = 300 mm,

web thickness = 6 mm

Situation:

33.

34.

35.

36.

A steel plate is 360 mm wide and 20 mm thick with four bolt holes

cut into a plate as shown in the figure. The general expression for

the specification method for computing the net area is:

An = T [ B summation (H) + summation (S2/4g) ]

where T = thickness of the plate, B is the width, H = diameter of

the holes, S = pitch, and g = gage.

Which of the following most nearly gives the critical net area (An)

of the section in accordance with the 1992 National Structural

Code of the Philippines? (N97 D 1)

a 200 mm x 40 mm plate as flange and a 100 mm x 20 mm

plate as web. The maximum shear force acting on the

beam is 60 kN.

45 mm 45 mm

the section about the neutral axis, in mm4? (M03 D 7)

a.

10,600,000

c.

8,700,000

b.

39,000,000

d.

24,500,000

25 mm hole typ.

3 @ 90 mm

Which of the following most nearly gives the shear stress at the

neutral axis, in MPa? (M03 D 8)

a.

4.63

c.

1.94

b.

3.28

d.

2.71

Which of the following most nearly gives the shear stress on the

web at the junction of the flange and the web, in MPa? (M03 D 9)

a.

19.6

c.

31.8

b.

48.2

d.

52.2

60 mm

a.

b.

Situation:

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An = 4,125 mm2

An = 5,625 mm2

c.

d.

An = 4,625 mm2

An = 5,125 mm2

to be connected to two plates of the same width with half

the thickness by 25 mm diameter rivets, as shown. The

rivet holes have a diameter 2 mm larger than the rivet

diameter. The plate is A36 steel with yield strength Fy =

248 MPa, allowable tensile stress of 0.60Fy, and

allowable bearing stress of 1.35Fy. The rivets are A502,

Grade 2, hot-driven rivets with allowable shear stress of

150 MPa.

400 mm

300 mm

STEEL DESIGN

60 mm

1

2

P

P

/2

/2

100 mm

100 mm

100 mm

37.

38.

39.

/2

Which of the following most nearly gives the maximum load, in

kN, that can be applied to the connection without exceeding the

allowable tensile stress in the plates? (M98 D 4)

a.

750

c.

700

b.

780

d.

730

Which of the following most nearly gives the maximum load, in

kN, that can be applied to the connection without exceeding the

allowable shear stress in the rivets? (M98 D 5)

a.

640

c.

550

b.

590

d.

700

Which of the following most nearly gives the maximum load, in

kN, that can be applied to the connection without exceeding the

allowable bearing stress between the plate and the rivets? (M98 D

6)

a.

670

c.

620

b.

650

d.

700

Situation:

150 mm

P

40.

t = 12 mm

t = 12 mm

P

Which of the following most nearly gives the value of b in

millimeters? (M02 D 10)

a.

28.6

c.

52.1

b.

37.4

d.

19.7

41.

Which of the following most nearly gives the value of the net area

for tension in plates in square millimeters? (M02 D 11)

a.

3,624

c.

3,867

b.

3,214

d.

4,178

42.

Which of the following most nearly gives the value of P so that the

allowable tensile stress on net area will not be exceeded? (M02 D

12)

a.

575 kN

c.

539 kN

b.

687 kN

d.

424 kN

to be connected to a plate of the same width and thickness

by 34 mm diameter bolts, as shown in the figure. The

holes are 2 mm larger than the bolt diameter. The plate is

A36 steel with yield strength Fy = 248 MPa. Allowable

tensile stress is 0.60Fy. It is required to determine the

value of b so that the net width along bolts 1-2-3-4 is

equal to the net width along bolts 1-2-4.

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STEEL DESIGN

BEAM-COLUMN CONNECTION

Situation:

The material is A36 steel with Fy = 248 MPa. The

allowable bearing stress is 1.35Fy. The rivets are A502

Grade 2 hot-driven rivets with allowable shearing stress

of 120 MPa. The support is to be designed using the full

strength of the W16x58 beam based on gross section. The

properties of the section are:

W16x58

Total depth, d = 403 mm

Thickness of web, tw = 10 mm

W18x31

Flange thickness, tf = 11 mm

W18x31

W16x58

2 angles

90 x 90 x 10

43.

of the rivets without exceeding the allowable shearing stress in the

rivets? (N98 D 10)

a.

20 mm

c.

23 mm

b.

25 mm

d.

28 mm

44.

of the rivets without exceeding the allowable bearing stress in

steel? (N98 D 11)

a.

30 mm

c.

25 mm

b.

22 mm

d.

36 mm

45.

the rivets? (N98 D 12)

a.

23 mm

c.

30 mm

b.

28 mm

d.

25 mm

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