6 C= 138 (between 1 and 3) ‘Thorefore, the sofl is SW Situation 6 (16 w 18) ee Sand, k= 2.7 «10? Wn St, k= 36 x 107 rYmi| Part: Path a Qakia Ke 3.6 10+ ft/min t= h/L=125/05=25 A= $2=3 0127 fe Q=321044 1015 ~ 10 £8/min 7.5% 104 R/min, 0.075 40Hy= 6.9518 x 10+ Emin Past 3: Y= Qx t= 1.5167 x 104 f0/min x 55 min 1¥ = 0.00834185 f° x (100 cm/3.25.) V=236aem' 2 Situation 7 49 t0 21) Q+Q+Q=061 > Bq. (1) = py 20S 2OUAEBO}A* __010826(7)(600)02," Was Wi aoe 015% Q:=225510, > Ea. (2) j QOS ANTES? = 20826(/)(600)0,* 010° 015° = 03860; > Eq.) InFq.(1); Q,+2.295101 + 092860) = Q, = 0.1685 m/s = 168, InEg.(@): Q:=2.2951(1685) = 386.7 InEq.(@): 1 =05246(108.5) = 58.695 Geotechnical Engineering Civil Engineering Reference Vol. 2 situations 22 Draft= ht In water: eg onto 1 Hawt @h=5 In glycerine: 75=jfoed 135 135h- 10.125 > Eq. (2) Dison Sana) 10 + 0.6585}((0.2)(02)(0.1469)] Weight = 37.8 Situation 9 (25 to 27)Mydroutics and Geotechnical Eaginecring Qh= (75x L0NRSH.07S) = 140625 10466) min = Qs + Q) = 1.1085 x 105 + 1.40625 x 104 515167 <104 AYmin 316 Nowember 2003, ky 69518 «104 fyfmin Part 3: Ve Qx t= 1.5167 x 104 f8/min x $5 min Vom G.0084185 fe (100 emn/'3.28 fs Vom 2364 cm {Situation 7(19 to 21) e 8 oe eer 8 ey + QQ) = 0.61 > Eq.) ih Aa) O.0R26(f)(480)5" __9.0876()(600))? 020° O45? Qr=229510, > Eq.) O86 /)PSOV2.™ _ 0.0825(/)(600)0,7 ‘010° 015° Qs~032460; Eq.) (i= i) InEg (1); Qi+229510, + 032460, = 061 r= 011685 me/s= 1685 literyfese In Eq, (2) Qa 2:2951(168.5)~ 386.7 liters/sec InFq. (3); Qa= 0:3246(166.5) = 54.695 liters/sec Civil Engineering : voL.2 ‘DDSituation 6 (22 to 24) pans heehee ore sp. ge of liquid In water: h-Sah Saw 1 Seat == 5 35i- 10.125 > Eq. 2) Bi seat Sal) F h-S = 1354-10125 ha 16hem| Weight = Yet Vast Weight = (6610 « 0.6585)((0.2\(0290.1468)] Weight= 37860 “Situation 9 (25 10 27)Hydraulics and ‘Geotechnical Engineering oo 4m/s 2 = 08155 m 2% =e 22 0678 25 $= 08083 > Slope of ECL lead! lost, HE. = SL = 0.00836) = (0415 mm. Value of nen Lanse y= DAME = At 96368 5 5189 m/s 2 2 anna= Losi oom w= aos Reference Vol. 2 GBituation 10251030) Part 2: Fxaod 320 November 2003 ceorecnnica! Eneinecring © Situation 11 (31 to 33) Pent ‘Weight, W= Mase W= 1500 x 981 = 14,715 N W16715kN Past 2: Ww uss Unit weighty= “Y= ‘Unit weight y= >= <5 Unit woight, y= 12.366 kN/mm? Part: Specific gravity, s= 2£ Specific pravity, 2. Situstion 12 (3410 36) eames! Civil Engincering ‘Reference Vol. 2 321 Part: ‘When the vortex touches the botiom of the tank, the upper sutface will touch the top rim of the tank. This is because the volume of paraboloid is ‘one-half the volume of circumscribing cylinder. amo = 518 rpm‘Civil Engineering Reference Vol. 2 325 R= 005m [00am 2. Using the appronimation that the radius of gyration 7 i appro frase = 0.002077 me qual one oth the wich ofthe fargo which oh fllaing may Be 16. Which of the following most nearly gives the slendemess ratio, below which foneae the bam s short wih espect to lateral ecling B. 200 mm DB. 20nm ‘a 38 ‘ 2A. Using the protiminary value of the flange width sbuained B 753 D7 ‘the following most neutly gives the requeed plate thickness 17. Which of the following most nearly gives the allowable flomural stress in the Fete ge eee tee ee Compression flange seording wo equnon 45-6 or yuan 45-6, on a ‘pphcable. cere A999 MPa © 66.7 MPa quantities isto he prepared for B e63MPa D,754MPa Unit weight ol seals 7800 ka/ah i 1B. Which Of the following most neary gives the aximum value of the over for reinforcements 100 mm. i ieee momentaat the left support, in kiloNewtan-meters; ‘ 25. Which of the following most nearly gives the iy sone ‘A 2547 C3021 uamaerreinorcing ba eg/an 7 O° Se Seat weleht of Ge 16mm 2788 D574 : BS Gla < - LIS Situation 7 - A simply supported rectangular reinforced concrete bedi has a span. ich o ong see Sf gan, width of 220 mam: elects clepih ef S00 mon and toa depth of 2D %: Which of the following most nearly gives the quantity of 16mm-diameter tn The beam ip enierced wah berm clamoto bars” concrs ‘A 159 34 firength f-~ 28 MPa and the steel yicld strength j= 415 Ma. In addition 1 345 Douay te bg kis and its own weight the boar entries'a 150smmesthick concrete 27. Which of the following most nearly gives the quantity of 16mm thbibet Sm wide The unt weigh ofconcees24}N/ av, The bea bars ink earner ane to beanalyzed and designe! using the Strength Design meth . 19. Which of the following most nearly gives the total ervice (anfactored) as rare uniform dead load acting onthe beam, fn KN/m Aas Cs Situation 10 ~ Government construction contracts 8 152 D223 cee tution fontracts are governed by Presidential 2, Which ofthe following most nly ges he nominal moment capac meal rovided that nd major pay’ tem shall be ee She bem naNn as ty more Ered cst ay define! as pay items a c= representing, at leat 20° of the AAE' or the fist two steme hevlog Ie 4 highest percentage of the AAE or those indicated or specified the 21. Which of the following mest newly gives the maximum uniform service Instruction to Bilders, For this problem, the AAE of {unfactore) live lod acting over the entre span that can be supported by si iSaulken certain government, te he ae %. Which ofthe following most nearly gives the amount at which an ten 8 2a7 D788 9 is. welded built-up 'H-shape 13 Situation 8 ~ A tension member in a bridge ‘long and 400 mm deep. The member is composed af three plates welded) together. The maximum load on the membe Kk tension and the minimum load is 250 KN compression. For this problem, it can be assumed that compression is not critical. The member should be designed for a design ood equal to the maximum load plus one-half the mincmum howd. The llonable trite sess 85 MPa. ‘The maximem slendemess ro IR 0, (L/n) 200, D. on gj moet nealy gives the maximum increase in quantity ee is unchanged? 22, Which ofthe following most nearly gives the minimum area of the member tees A. 8756 mm? . 9867 mm? Co B, 10786 mmt D. 9351 mm? ne