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GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI
GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI
ASSESSMENT TEST – I EVEN SEMESTER 2018
ASSESSMENT TEST – I EVEN SEMESTER 2018 Third Year / Fifth Semester
Third Year / Fifth Semester Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A (Regulation 2013)
(Regulation 2013) Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks Answer ALL questions.
Answer ALL questions.
PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)
PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks) 1. What is the advantage of Elastic method?
1. What is the advantage of Elastic method? 2. What is the formula used to find the actual neutral axis in working
2. What is the formula used to find the actual neutral axis in working stress method?
stress method? 3. What are the assumptions made in the elastic theory of reinforced
3. What are the assumptions made in the elastic theory of reinforced concrete structures?
concrete structures? 4. Distinguish between two way slabs and one way slab?
4. Distinguish between two way slabs and one way slab? 5. Distinguish between under reinforced and over reinforced sections.
5. Distinguish between under reinforced and over reinforced sections. 6. Write a short note, on limit state of durability.
6. Write a short note, on limit state of durability. 7. Write a short note, on limit state of durability.
7. Write a short note, on limit state of durability.
PART B (2x13=26 marks)
PART B (2x13=26 marks)
8. (a) A rectangular beam of breadth 300 mm and effective depth 800
8. (a) A rectangular beam of breadth 300 mm and effective depth 800 mm with cover of 40 mm to centre of steel is to be designed for M
mm with cover of 40 mm to centre of steel is to be designed for M 20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Use working stress method.
20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Use working stress method. Determine the area of steel required if the moment due to
Determine the area of steel required if the moment due to characteristic load is 160 kNm.
characteristic load is 160 kNm. (or)
(or) (b) A doubly reinforced beam with b = 250 mm and d = 500 mm has
(b) A doubly reinforced beam with b = 250 mm and d = 500 mm has to carry a dead load moment of 80,000 Nm and a live load moment
to carry a dead load moment of 80,000 Nm and a live load moment of 100,000 Nm. Using M20 concrete and Fe415 grade steel,
of 100,000 Nm. Using M20 concrete and Fe415 grade steel, calculate the required steel using Working stress method of Design.
calculate the required steel using Working stress method of Design.
9. (a) A RC beam having a rectangular cross section 300 mm wide is
9. (a) A RC beam having a rectangular cross section 300 mm wide is reinforced with 2 bars of 12 mm diameter at an effective depth of
reinforced with 2 bars of 12 mm diameter at an effective depth of 550 mm. The section is subjected to a service load moment of 40
550 mm. The section is subjected to a service load moment of 40 kNm. Estimate the stresses in concrete and steel. Adopt working
kNm. Estimate the stresses in concrete and steel. Adopt working stress method.
stress method. (or)
(or)
(b) A simply supported RC slab having an overall thickness of 150 (b) A simply supported RC slab having an overall thickness of 150
mm is reinforced with 12 mm diameter bars at an effective depth mm is reinforced with 12 mm diameter bars at an effective depth
of 130 mm. The spacing of the bars is 100 mm. The effective span of 130 mm. The spacing of the bars is 100 mm. The effective span
of the bars is 4 m. If the self weight of slab and finishes is 4.2 of the bars is 4 m. If the self weight of slab and finishes is 4.2
kN/m2 . Estimate the maximum permissible live load on the slab. kN/m2 . Estimate the maximum permissible live load on the slab.
Adopt M-15 grade concrete and MS grade-I steel. Use working Adopt M-15 grade concrete and MS grade-I steel. Use working
stress method. stress method.

PART C (1x10=10 marks) PART C (1x10=10 marks)

10. (a) A reinforced concrete slab has an effective span of 5 m and 10. (a) A reinforced concrete slab has an effective span of 5 m and
carries a uniformly distributed load of 6 kN/m 2 inclusive of its own carries a uniformly distributed load of 6 kN/m 2 inclusive of its own
weight. Determine (1) effective depth of the slab (2) steel weight. Determine (1) effective depth of the slab (2) steel
reinforcement. Use M20 concrete and Fe415 steel. reinforcement. Use M20 concrete and Fe415 steel.
(or) (or)
(b) Design a simply supported rectangular slab for a hall of size 4 m (b) Design a simply supported rectangular slab for a hall of size 4 m
x 5 m to carry a UDL of 5 kN/m 2 . x 5 m to carry a UDL of 5 kN/m 2 .
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GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI

ASSESSMENT TEST – I EVEN SEMESTER 2018 ASSESSMENT TEST – I EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B
(Regulation 2013) (Regulation 2013)
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks
Answer ALL questions. Answer ALL questions.

PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks) PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)


1. What is the basic concept of Ultimate load method? 1. What is the basic concept of Ultimate load method?
2. What is the formula used to find the critical neutral axis in working 2. What is the formula used to find the critical neutral axis in working
stress method? stress method?
3. Write any two assumptions of limit state method. 3. Write any two assumptions of limit state method.
4. On what circumstances doubly reinforced beams are to be adopted? 4. On what circumstances doubly reinforced beams are to be adopted?
5. List down the types of shear failures observed in reinforced 5. List down the types of shear failures observed in reinforced
concrete member. concrete member.
6. What is meant by partial safety factor? 6. What is meant by partial safety factor?
7. Define limit state of collapse and limit state of serviceability. 7. Define limit state of collapse and limit state of serviceability.

PART B (2x13=26 marks) PART B (2x13=26 marks)

8. (a) A Reinforced concrete rectangular beam is supported on 8. (a) A Reinforced concrete rectangular beam is supported on
two walls 750 mm thick, spaced at a clear distance of 6 m. The two walls 750 mm thick, spaced at a clear distance of 6 m. The
beam carries a super imposed load of 30 kN/m. Design the beam carries a super imposed load of 30 kN/m. Design the
beam in working stress method. M20 grade concrete Fe 250 beam in working stress method. M20 grade concrete Fe 250
bars. Draw reinforcement details. bars. Draw reinforcement details.
(or) (or)
(b) A beam, simply supported over an effective span of 8 m (b) A beam, simply supported over an effective span of 8 m
carries a live load of 15 kN/m. Design the beam, using M20 carries a live load of 15 kN/m. Design the beam, using M20
concrete and Fe415 grade steel. Keep the width equal to half the concrete and Fe415 grade steel. Keep the width equal to half the
effective depth. Use Working stress method of Design. effective depth. Use Working stress method of Design.

9. (a) A rectangular beam of breadth 300 mm and effective depth 9. (a) A rectangular beam of breadth 300 mm and effective depth
800 mm with cover of 40 mm to centre of steel is to be 800 mm with cover of 40 mm to centre of steel is to be
designed for M 20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Use designed for M 20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Use
working stress method. Determine the area of steel required if working stress method. Determine the area of steel required if
the moment due to characteristic load is 160 kNm. the moment due to characteristic load is 160 kNm.
(or) (or)
(b) A RC beam having a rectangular cross section 300 mm wide is
reinforced with 2 bars of 16 mm diameter at an effective depth of (b) A RC beam having a rectangular cross section 300 mm wide is
500 mm. The section is subjected to a service load moment of 50 reinforced with 2 bars of 16 mm diameter at an effective depth of
kNm. Estimate the stresses in concrete and steel. Adopt working 500 mm. The section is subjected to a service load moment of 50
stress method. kNm. Estimate the stresses in concrete and steel. Adopt working
stress method.
PART C (1x10=10 marks)
10. (a) A simply supported RC slab having an overall thickness of 150 PART C (1x10=10 marks)
mm is reinforced with 12 mm diameter bars at an effective depth of 10. (a) A simply supported RC slab having an overall thickness of 150
130 mm. The spacing of the bars is 100 mm. The effective span of mm is reinforced with 12 mm diameter bars at an effective depth of
the bars is 4 m. If the self weight of slab and finishes is 4.2 kN/m 2 . 130 mm. The spacing of the bars is 100 mm. The effective span of
Estimate the maximum permissible live load on the slab. Adopt M - the bars is 4 m. If the self weight of slab and finishes is 4.2 kN/m 2 .
15 grade concrete and MS grade-I steel. Use working stress Estimate the maximum permissible live load on the slab. Adopt M -
method. 15 grade concrete and MS grade-I steel. Use working stress
(or) method.
(b) Design one way simply supported slab on a clear span of 4 m, (or)
the width of the supports being 300 mm. The dead load on t he (b) Design one way simply supported slab on a clear span of 4 m,
slab may be taken as 1000 N/ m2 excluding its self weight. The the width of the supports being 300 mm. The dead load on t he
live load on the slab is 2000 N/m 2 . Use M 20 grade concrete and slab may be taken as 1000 N/ m2 excluding its self weight. The
Fe 415 grade steel. Adopt working stress method. live load on the slab is 2000 N/m 2 . Use M 20 grade concrete and
Fe 415 grade steel. Adopt working stress method.
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GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI
GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI
ASSESSMENT TEST – II EVEN SEMESTER 2018
ASSESSMENT TEST – II EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester
Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A
(Regulation 2013)
(Regulation 2013)
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks
Answer ALL questions.
Answer ALL questions.
PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)
PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)
1. Differentiate under reinforced and over reinforced sections.
1. Differentiate under reinforced and over reinforced sections.
2. Distinguish between the behavior of one way slab and two way
2. Distinguish between the behavior of one way slab and two way
slabs.
slabs.
3. Why corner reinforcements are provided in a two way slab?
3. Why corner reinforcements are provided in a two way slab?
4. What is meant by doubly reinforced beam?
4. What is meant by doubly reinforced beam?
5. List the advantages of limit state design.
5. List the advantages of limit state design.
6. Enumerate balanced section?
6. Enumerate balanced section?
7. What is the limitation, as per Indian standards, which prohibits the
7. What is the limitation, as per Indian standards, which prohibits the
design of over reinforced section?
design of over reinforced section?

PART B (2x13=26 marks)


PART B (2x13=26 marks)
8. (a) Desi gn a t wo wa y sl ab for t he foll owing dat a:
8. (a) Des i gn a t wo wa y sl ab for t he foll owing dat a:
Size = 7 m x 5 m
Size = 7 m x 5 m
Width of the support = 300 mm
Width of the support = 300 mm
Edge condition = two short edges are
Edge condition = two short edges are
discontinuous, live load = 5 kN/m 2
discontinuous, live load = 5 kN/m 2
Floor finish as 1 kN/m 2
Floor finish as 1 kN/m 2
Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel.
Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel.
(or)
(or)
(b) Design a slab over a room 5 m x 7m as per I.S. code. The
(b) Design a slab over a room 5 m x 7m as per I.S. code. The
slab is supported on masonry walls all round with adequate
slab is supported on masonry walls all round with adequate
restraint and the corners are held down. The live load on the
restraint and the corners are held down. The live load on the
slab is 330 N/m 2 . The slab has a bearing of 150 mm on the
slab is 330 N/m 2 . The slab has a bearing of 150 mm on the
supporting walls.
supporting walls.
9. (a) Design a one way slab Simply Supported with a clear span of
4.5 m to carry a live load of 4kN/m2 . Assume suitable data. 9. (a) Design a one way slab Simply Supported with a clear span of
(or) 4.5 m to carry a live load of 4kN/m2 . Assume suitable data.
(or)
(b) Calculate moment of resistance of doubly reinforced beam of
dimensions 800 min x 450 mm overall depth, Ast = 6 Nos. of (b) Calculate moment of resistance of doubly reinforced beam of
20mm diameter Asc = 4 Nos. of 20 mm diameter. Assume dimensions 800 min x 450 mm overall depth, Ast = 6 Nos. of
effective cover = 15 min on both sides. Use M20 concrete and Fe 20mm diameter Asc = 4 Nos. of 20 mm diameter. Assume
415 steel. effective cover = 15 min on both sides. Use M20 concrete and Fe
415 steel.
PART C (1x10=10 marks)
PART C (1x10=10 marks)
10. (a) Design a simply supported beam, to carry uniformly
distributed load of 15kN/m for a span of 10 m. The width of 10. (a) Design a simply supported beam, to carry uniformly
support is 230 mm. Sketch the detailing of reinforcement. distributed load of 15kN/m for a span of 10 m. The width of
(or) support is 230 mm. Sketch the detailing of reinforcement.
(b) A T-beam slab floor of an office comprises of a slab 150 mm (or)
thick spanning between ribs spaced at 3 m centres. The effective (b) A T-beam slab floor of an office comprises of a slab 150 mm
span of the beam is 8 m. Live load on floor is 4 kN/m2. Using M thick spanning between ribs spaced at 3 m centres. The effective
20 grade and Fe 415 HYSD bars. Design one of the intermediate span of the beam is 8 m. Live load on floor is 4 kN/m2. Using M
tee beams. Use limit state method. 20 grade and Fe 415 HYSD bars. Design one of the intermediate
tee beams. Use limit state method.
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ASSESSMENT TEST – II EVEN SEMESTER 2018 ASSESSMENT TEST – II EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B
(Regulation 2013) (Regulation 2013)
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 marks
Answer ALL questions. Answer ALL questions.

PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks) PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)


1. What are the minimum and maximum reinforcement for a beam in 1. What are the minimum and maximum reinforcement for a beam in
LSD? LSD?
2. What is the advantage of two way slabs over one way slab? 2. What is the advantage of two way slabs over one way slab?
3. Sketch the edge and middle strip of one way slab. 3. Sketch the edge and middle strip of one way slab.
4. Enumerate doubly reinforced section. 4. Enumerate doubly reinforced section.
5. Distinguish between under reinforced and over reinforced sections. 5. Distinguish between under reinforced and over reinforced sections.
6. Mention any two advantages of introducing compression steel in 6. Mention any two advantages of introducing compression steel in
reinforced concrete beams. reinforced concrete beams.
7. Enumerate the advantages of flanged beams. 7. Enumerate the advantages of flanged beams.

PART B (2x13=26 marks) PART B (2x13=26 marks)

8. (a) A two way simply supported slab with effective 8. (a) A two way simply supported slab with effective
dimensions 4m x 5 m supports a live load of 1.5kN/m 2. The dimensions 4m x 5 m supports a live load of 1.5kN/m 2. The
roof is provided with parapet wall all around. Design the roof is provided with parapet wall all around. Design the
slab and sketch the reinforcement details. Choose appropriate slab and sketch the reinforcement details. Choose appropriate
load for finishes on roof. load for finishes on roof.
(or) (or)

(b) Design a R.C. slab for a room measuring 5 m x 6m size. The (b) Design a R.C. slab for a room measuring 5 m x 6m size. The
slab is simply supported on all the four edges, with corners slab is simply supported on all the four edges, with corners
held down and carries a superimposed load of 30 N/m 2, held down and carries a superimposed load of 30 N/m 2,
inclusive of floor finishes etc. Use M20 mix, Fe415 steel and IS inclusive of floor finishes etc. Use M20 mix, Fe415 steel and IS
code method. code method.
9. (a) Design a one way reinforced concrete slab Simply 9. (a) Design a one way reinforced concrete slab Simply
Supported at the edges for a public building with a clear Supported at the edges for a public building with a clear
span of 4 m supported on 200 mm solid concrete masonry span of 4 m supported on 200 mm solid concrete masonry
walls. Live load on slab is 5 kN/m 2 . Adopt M-20 grade walls. Live load on slab is 5 kN/m 2 . Adopt M-20 grade
concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars. concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars.
(or) (or)

(b) Calculate ultimate moment of resistance of the beam of size (b) Calculate ultimate moment of resistance of the beam of size
300 mm x 500 mm provided with tensile reinforcement of 9000 300 mm x 500 mm provided with tensile reinforcement of 9000
mm2 and compression reinforcement of 3000 mm2. Take the mm2 and compression reinforcement of 3000 mm2. Take the
effective cover at top and bottom is 40 mm. effective cover at top and bottom is 40 mm.

PART C (1x10=10 marks) PART C (1x10=10 marks)

10. (a) Design a simply supported beam, to carry uniformly 10. (a) Design a simply supported beam, to carry uniformly
distributed load of 12kN/m for a span of 8 m. The width of distributed load of 12kN/m for a span of 8 m. The width of
support is 230 mm. Sketch the detailing of reinforcement. support is 230 mm. Sketch the detailing of reinforcement.
(or) (or)
(b) Design a T-beam section with a flange width of 1200 mm, a (b) Design a T-beam section with a flange width of 1200 mm, a
flange depth of 100 mm, .a web width of 250 mm and an flange depth of 100 mm, .a web width of 250 mm and an
effective depth of 500 mm, which is subjected to a factored effective depth of 500 mm, which is subjected to a factored
moment of 550 kNm. The concrete mix is to be used is of grade moment of 550 kNm. The concrete mix is to be used is of grade
M20 and steel is of grade Fe415. Use limit state method. M20 and steel is of grade Fe415. Use limit state method.
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Model Exam I EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements
(Regulation 2013)
Time: 3 Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions.

PART A (10 X 2 = 20 marks)


1. What are the assumptions made in the elastic theory of reinforced concrete structures?
2. Differentiate under reinforced and over reinforced sections.
3. What is the importance of two way slabs over one way slab?
4. What is doubly reinforced beam?
5. How the torsion reinforcem ent is provided in RC beams?
6. Differentiate shear failure and bending failure.
7. What is meant b y anchorage length and d e v e l o p m e n t l e n gt h ?
8. How to overcome torsion on beams?
9. What do you understand by development length of bar?
10. Define flexural bond and anchorage bond.

PART B (5x13=65 marks)

11. (a) Design a rectangular section for a simply supported reinforced concrete beam of
effective span of 5m carrying a concentrated load of 40 kN at its mid span. The concrete to
be used is of grade M20 and the reinforcement consists of Fe 415 steel bars.
(i) Self weight of beam is ignored
(ii) Self weight of beam is considered.
Use working stress method.
(or)
(b) Design a simply supported rectangular slab for a hall of size 4 m x 5 m to carry a UDL of 5 kN/m 2.
Use working stress method.

12. (a) Design a rectangular slab for a hall of size 4 m x 5 m to carry a UDL of 4 kN/m2. Consider the slab
as interior panel and Assume suitable data. Use limit states design.
(or)
(b) Explain in detail about the WSD and LSD method for RCC elements with its meri ts and demerits.

13. (a) Calculate ultimate moment of resistance of the beam of size 300 mm x 500 mm provided with
tensile reinforcement of 9000 mm2 and compression reinforcement of 3000 mm2. Take the effective
cover at top and bottom is 40 mm.
(or)
(b) Explain the codal recommendations for limit states design? State their significance.

14. (a) A rectangular beam with b = 350 mm and d = 550 mm has a factored shear of 400 kN at the
critical section near the support. The steel at the tension side of the section consists of four 32
mm dia bars which are continued to support. Assuming fck = 25 N/mm2 and fy = 415 N/mm2, design
the vertical stirrups for the section. Use Limit state method.
(or)
(b) A simply supported beam is 5 m in span and carries a load of 75 kN/m. If 6 Nos . of
20 mm bars are cont inued i nt o the support s, check the development length at•the
supports assuming M-20 grade concrete and Fe-415 grade steel.

15. (a) A rectangular beam with b = 350 mm and d = 550 mm has a factored shear of 400 kN at the
critical section near the support. The steel at the tension side of the section consists of four 32
mm dia bars which are continued to support. Assuming fck = 25 N/mm2 and fy = 415 N/mm2, design
the vertical stirrups for the section. Use Limit state method.
(or)
(b) Check for the development length at support of a doubly reinforced beam 400 mm x 750
mm (effective) the clear span of the beam is 5.25 m. The beam carries UDL of 46 kN/m (including
self-weight). The beam is reinforced with 8 bars of 20 mm diameter (4 are bent up near
support) on tension side and 4 bars of 16 mm diameter on compression side. Adopt M20 grade
concrete and Fe415 HYSD bars.

PART C (1x15=15 marks)

16. (a) Determine the reinforcement required for a, rectangular beam section with the
following data :
Size of the beam = 300 mm x 500 mm
Factored bending moment = 80 kNm
Factored torsional moment = 40 kNm
Factored shear force = 70 kN
Use M-15 grade concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars.
(or)
(b) Design the reinforcements required for a rectangular beam section with the
following data
Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel. Adopt limit state design method.
Size of the beam = 400mm x'800 mm
Factored shear force = 100 kN
Factored tension = 50 kN
Factored bending moment = 120 kNm.
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ASSESSMENT TEST – III EVEN SEMESTER 2018 ASSESSMENT TEST – III EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET A
(Regulation 2013) (Regulation 2013)
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50
marks marks
Answer ALL questions. Answer ALL questions.

PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks) PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)


1. W h a t a r e s l e nd e r c o l u m n? 1. W h a t a r e s l e nd e r c o l u m n?
2. What is the need of minimum eccentricity clause for a 2. What is the need of minimum eccentricity clause for a
column design? column design?
3. D e f i n e o v e r t u r n i n g o n c o l u m n s . 3. D e f i n e o v e r t u r n i n g o n c o l u m n s .
4. Distinguish between braced and unbraced columns. 4. Distinguish between braced and unbraced columns.
5. Write any two salient assumptions are made in the limit state design 5. Write any two salient assumptions are made in the limit state design
of columns. of columns.
6. Write any two reinforcement provision in columns. 6. Write any two reinforcement provision in columns.
7. What is pedestal? 7. What is pedestal?

PART B (2x13=26 marks) PART B (2x13=26 marks)

8. (a) Determine the ultimate load carrying capacity of a circular 8. (a) Determine the ultimate load carrying capacity of a circular
column section of 500 mm diameter reinforced with 8 numbers column section of 500 mm diameter reinforced with 8 numbers
of 25 mm diameter bars adequately tied with lateral ties. Use M of 25 mm diameter bars adequately tied with lateral ties. Use M
25 concrete and Fe 415 steel. 25 concrete and Fe 415 steel.
(or) (or)
(b) Design a rectangular column of 4.5 m unsupported length, (b) Design a rectangular column of 4.5 m unsupported length,
restrained in position and direction at both the ends, to carry an restrained in position and direction at both the ends, to carry an
axial load of 1200 kN. Use M20 concrete and Fe415 steel. axial load of 1200 kN. Use M20 concrete and Fe415 steel.
9. (a) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to 9. (a) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to
a load of 1800 kN and bending moment of 100 kN-m about a load of 1800 kN and bending moment of 100 kN-m about
major axis of the column. Design a suitable section for the major axis of the column. Design a suitable section for the
column so that the width should not exceed 400 mm. Use M25 column so that the width should not exceed 400 mm. Use M25
concrete and Fe45 steel. concrete and Fe45 steel.
(or) (or)
(b) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to (b) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to
a load of 2000 kN and bending moment of 140 kN-m about a load of 2000 kN and bending moment of 140 kN-m about
major axis of the column. Design a suitable column using M25 major axis of the column. Design a suitable column using M25
concrete and Fe45 steel. concrete and Fe45 steel.

PART C (1x10=10 marks) PART C (1x10=10 marks)


10. (a) A braced reinforced concrete column of circular cross - 10. (a) A braced reinforced concrete column of circular cross -
section of 500 mm diameter is to support a factored axial section of 500 mm diameter is to support a factored axial
load of 2250 kN along with a factored moment of 160 load of 2250 kN along with a factored moment of 160
kNm. The unsupported length of the column is 6.3 in with kNm. The unsupported length of the column is 6.3 in with
effective length of 5.5m. Design the column when it is to be effective length of 5.5m. Design the column when it is to be
provided with: provided with:
(i) Lateral ties and (i) Lateral ties and
( i i ) Spiral reinforcement. ( i i ) Spiral reinforcement.
The M25 grade of concrete and HYSD steel bars of grade The M25 grade of concrete and HYSD steel bars of grade
Fe415. Fe415.
(or) (or)
(b) Determine the reinforcement to be provided in a short column (b) Determine the reinforcement to be provided in a short column
subjected to biaxial bending, with the following data : size of subjected to biaxial bending, with the following data : size of
column = 400 x 600 mm. Concrete mix = M15. column = 400 x 600 mm. Concrete mix = M15.
Characteristic strength of reinforcement = 415 N/mm 2 . Characteristic strength of reinforcement = 415 N/mm 2 .
Factored load, Pu = 1600 kN. Factored moment acting Factored load, Pu = 1600 kN. Factored moment acting
parallel to the larger dimension, Mux = 120 kNm. Factored parallel to the larger dimension, Mux = 120 kNm. Factored
moment acting parallel to the shorter dimension, Muy = 90 moment acting parallel to the shorter dimension, Muy = 90
kNm. Moments due to minimum eccentricity are less than the kNm. Moments due to minimum eccentricity are less than the
values given above. values given above.
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ASSESSMENT TEST – III EVEN SEMESTER 2018
GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI
Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering ASSESSMENT TEST – III EVEN SEMESTER 2018
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B Third Year / Fifth Semester
(Regulation 2013) Civil Engineering
Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50 CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements – SET B
marks (Regulation 2013)
Answer ALL questions. Time: 1½ Hours Maximum: 50
marks
PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks) Answer ALL questions.
1. What are the important limitations of slender columns?
2. What is meant by braced column? PART A (7 X 2 = 14 marks)
3. On what condition intermediate, column is more 1. What are the important limitations of slender columns?
suitable? 2. What is meant by braced column?
4. Di ffer ent i at e l on g c ol um n and short col um n. 3. On what condition intermediate, column is more
5. What are the advantages of providing helical reinforcement suitable?
instead of lateral ties in a circular column? 4. Di ffer ent i at e l on g c ol um n and s hort col um n.
6. How the compression failures occur in columns? 5. What are the advantages of providing helical reinforcement
7. Name any two methods used for design of long columns. instead of lateral ties in a circular column?
6. How the compression failures occur in columns?
PART B (2x13=26 marks) 7. Name any two methods used for design of long columns.

8. (a) A rectangular reinforced concrete column of cross sectional PART B (2x13=26 marks)
dimensions 450 mm x 600 mm is subjected to an axial load of
200 kN under service dead and live loads. The column has an 8. (a) A rectangular reinforced concrete column of cross sectional
unsupported length of 3 m. Adopt M-20 grade concrete and Fe- dimensions 450 mm x 600 mm is subjected to an axial load of
415 HYSD bars. Design the column. 200 kN under service dead and live loads. The column has an
(or) unsupported length of 3 m. Adopt M-20 grade concrete and Fe-
(b) Design the reinforcements in a short column 400 mm x 400 415 HYSD bars. Design the column.
mm at the corner of a multistoreyed building to support an axial (or)
factored load of 1500 kN, together with biaxial moments of 50 (b) Design the reinforcements in a short column 400 mm x 400
kN.m acting in perpendicular planes. Adopt M 20 grade of mm at the corner of a multistoreyed building to support an axial
concrete and steel grade Fe415 HYSD bars. factored load of 1500 kN, together with biaxial moments of 50
kN.m acting in perpendicular planes. Adopt M 20 grade of
concrete and steel grade Fe415 HYSD bars.
9. (a) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to 9. (a) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to
a load of 1600 kN and bending moment of 120 kN-m about a load of 1600 kN and bending moment of 120 kN-m about
major axis of the column. Design a suitable column using M25 major axis of the column. Design a suitable column using M25
concrete and Fe45 steel. concrete and Fe45 steel.
(or) (or)
(b) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to (b) A rectangular column of effective height 4 m is subjected to
a load of 1400 kN and bending moment of 80 kN-m about a load of 1400 kN and bending moment of 80 kN-m about
major axis of the column. Design a suitable suction for the major axis of the column. Design a suitable suction for the
column so that the width should not exceed 400 mm. Use M25 column so that the width should not exceed 400 mm. Use M25
concrete and Fe45 steel. concrete and Fe45 steel.

PART C (1x10=10 marks) PART C (1x10=10 marks)


10. (a) Determine the reinforcement to be provided in a short column 10. (a) Determine the reinforcement to be provided in a short column
subjected to biaxial bending, with the following data : size of subjected to biaxial bending, with the following data : size of
column = 400 x 600 mm. Concrete mix = M15. column = 400 x 600 mm. Concrete mix = M15.
Characteristic strength of reinforcement = 415 N/mm 2 . Characteristic strength of reinforcement = 415 N/mm 2 .
Factored load, Pu = 1600 kN. Factored moment acting Factored load, Pu = 1600 kN. Factored moment acting
parallel to the larger dimension, Mux = 120 kNm. Factored parallel to the larger dimension, Mux = 120 kNm. Factored
moment acting parallel to the shorter dimension, Muy = 90 moment acting parallel to the shorter dimension, Muy = 90
kNm. Moments due to minimum eccentricity are less than the kNm. Moments due to minimum eccentricity are less than the
values given above. values given above.
(or) (or)
(b) A braced reinforced concrete column of circular cross- (b) A braced reinforced concrete column of circular cross-
section of 500mm diameter is to support a factored axial section of 500mm diameter is to support a factored axial
load of 2300 kN along with a factored moment of 165 kNm. load of 2300 kN along with a factored moment of 165 kNm.
The unsupported length of the column is 6.3 m with The unsupported length of the column is 6.3 m with
effective length of 5.5m. Design the column when it is to be effective length of 5.5m. Design the column when it is to be
provided with provided with
La t e r a l t i e s a n d Spiral rei nforcem ent . La t e r a l t i e s a n d Spiral rei nforcem ent .
The M 25 grade of concret e and HYS D st eel bars of The M25 grade of concret e and HYS D st eel bars of
grade Fe415. grade Fe415.
Date: / / 2018 Reg. No:

GRT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, TIRUTTANI


Model Exam I EVEN SEMESTER 2018
Third Year / Fifth Semester
Civil Engineering
CE 6505 / Design of Reinforced concrete elements
(Regulation 2013)
Time: 3 Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions.

PART A (10 X 2 = 20 marks)


1. Write any two assumptions of limit state method and Elastic method.
2. Differentiate between under reinforced and over reinforced section.
3. What is the formula used to find the spacing of inclined stirrups?
4. W h a t i s d e v e l o p m e n t l e n g t h a n d a n c h o r a g e b o n d ?
5. What is meant b y braced column?
6. Under what situations trapezoidal footings are preferred?
7. Define safe bearing capacit y of soil.
8. What is the necessity to provide combined rectangular footing?
9. What is punching shear in RCC footing?
10. What is one way and two way shear, in footing?

PART B (5x13=65 marks)

11. (a) Design a simply supported reinforced concrete beam to carry a bending moment of 50 kNm as
doubly reinforced section by working 'stress design. Keep the width is equal to half the effective
depth.
(or)
(b) Design the roof slab for a Hall size 4m xl0m by working stress method using M20 concrete and Fe
415 steel. The slab simply resting on 230 mm thick brick walls all around. Take the live load on the slab
as 1.5 kN/m2 and finish load as 2.25 kN/m 2.

12. (a) Design a one way reinforced concrete slab Simply Supported at the edges for a public
building with a clear span of 4 m supported on 200 mm solid concrete masonry walls. Live
load on slab is 5 kN/m 2 . Adopt M-20 grade concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars.
(or)
(b) Calculate moment, or resitance of doubly reinforced beam of dimensions 800 min x 450
mm overall depth,A st =6 Nos.of 20mm diameter A sc= 4 Nos. of 20 mm diameter. Assume
effective cover = 15 min on both sides. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel.

13. (a) A rectangular beam with b = 350 mm and d = 550 mm has a factored shear of 400 kN at the
critical section near the support. The steel at the tension side of the section consists of four 32 mm
dia bars which are continued to support. Assuming fck = 25 N/mm2 and fy = 415 N/mm2, design the
vertical stirrups for the section. Use Limit state method.
(or)
(b) Design a shear of rectangular reinforced concrete beam section to carry a factored
bending Moment of 200 kNm, factored shear force of 120 kN, and a factored torsional
moment of 75 kNm. Use M20 grade concrete and Fe415 steel.
14. (a) Design a column to carry an axial load of 1500 kN and bending moment about major axis is
150 kNm. The height of column is 5 m. Use M-30 grade concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars.
(or)
(b) Design the reinforcement for a column of size 250 mm x 300 mm if it is subjected
Pu = 500 kN, Mux = 50 kNm and Muy = 30 kNm. Provide effective cover of 50 mm.

15. (a) Design a RCC footing for a wall to carry a load of 5 kN/m. The thickness of brick
wall is 200 mm . The safe beari ng capacit y of soil at site is 200 kN/m 2 . Adopt M-20
grade concrete and Fe-415 HYSD bars.
(or)
(b) Design a combined column footing with a strap beam for two reinforced concrete columns 300
mm x 300 mm size spaced 4 m apart and each supporting a factored axial load of 750 kN. Assume the
ultimate bearing capacity of soil at site as 225 kN/m2. Adopt M 20 grade of concrete and steel grade Fe415
HYSD bars.

PART C (1x15=15 marks)

16. (a) Design an isolated footing for a column of size 230 mm x 500 mm with 6 numbers of 20 mm
dia carrying an axial load of 920 kN. Safe bearing capacity of soil is 300 kN/m 2. Use M20
concrete and Fe415 steel. Assume effective cover as 60 mm. Sketch the reinforcement
details.
(or)
(b) Design a reinforced concrete footing for rectangular column of section 300 mm x
500 mm supporting an axial factored load of 1500 kN. The safe bearing capacity of soil at
site is 185 kN/m 2 . Adopt M-20 grade concrete and Fe -415 HYSD bars.