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# CE 433

## DESIGN CONCRETE REINFORCED

Set Probiem No. I Due Aueust29th

Fall2007

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## DESIGN CONCRETE REINFORCED

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Fall2007

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CE 433

## REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN

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Fall2007

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CE 433

## REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN

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Fall2007

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## DESIGN CONCRETE REINFORCED

ProblemSetNo. 8 . Short Column Analysis Due November 5

FaII2007

The 30 in. squarecolumn shown below is reinforced with eight No. 11 bars. Assume that it is a : short column and wilt be subjectedto bending aboutthe y-y axis. Material strengthsare f 'c 6000 psi and ff: 60,000psi. (1) Construct the strength interaction curve for this column. Calculate at least five points, including those correspondingto pure bending, pure axial load, and balancedfailure. factors. Show on the samedrawing the designstrengthcurve obtainedby applyingthe ACI <p Design the lateral reinforcement(ties) for the column. Include the designof the cross-tiesif required.

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