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CE 433

DESIGN CONCRETE REINFORCED


Set Probiem No. I Due Aueust29th

Fall2007

edge on The exterior balconyshown in the sketchbelow is to be supported two simply-supported by answeringthe beams.. Determinethe loadsthat would be usedfor the designof the beams following questions: l. Calculatethe deadload of the slab (in psf). Assumethat the unit weight of the concrete is slab (including reinforcement) 150pcf' servicelive load for the designof the an From Table 1.1in your text, select appropriate slab. Recognizingthat load acting on the slab is carriedby the beams,determinethe deadload and the live load (in lb/ft) are actingon the beams' the Determinethe additionalcomponentof deadload representing self weight of the beam(in lb/ft). Determinethe factoredtotal load (in lb/fi) that the beammust be designedto carry. given in Table 1.2in the text,as appropriate. Apply load factors, basedon total factoredload, for the beam' Draw the shearand bendingmornentcliagrams,
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CE 433

DESIGN CONCRETE REINFORCED


Set Probiem No. I Due Aueust29th

Fall2007

edge on The exterior balconyshown in the sketchbelow is to be supported two simply-supported by answeringthe beams.. Determinethe loadsthat would be usedfor the designof the beams following questions: l. Calculatethe deadload of the slab (in psf). Assumethat the unit weight of the concrete is slab (including reinforcement) 150pcf' servicelive load for the designof the an From Table 1.1in your text, select appropriate slab. Recognizingthat load acting on the slab is carriedby the beams,determinethe deadload and the live load (in lb/ft) are actingon the beams' the Determinethe additionalcomponentof deadload representing self weight of the beam(in lb/ft). Determinethe factoredtotal load (in lb/fi) that the beammust be designedto carry. given in Table 1.2in the text,as appropriate. Apply load factors, basedon total factoredload, for the beam' Draw the shearand bendingmornentcliagrams,
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2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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CE 433

RbINFORCEDCONCRETE DESIGN
ProblemSetNo. 2 FlexuralBeamAnalysis Due September 5

Fa l l 2007

The rectangular reinforcedconcrete beamshownbelow is to supporta uniformly distributed load, w, asshownin the sketch.The beamwill madeof normalweightconcrete (w": 145pcf) with f '": : 475 psi, and the reinforcingsteelto be used in the beamwill 4000 psi and a modulus of rupture havea specifiedyield strength 60,000psi. Negiectthe self-weightof the beamin all calculations. of 1. Determinethe value of the load w which will cause beamto begin cracking. Calculate the the stresses both the concrete in and steelcorresponding this load. to in If w:2.5l<rpslft, what are the stresses both the concrete and the steelat the maximum
molllellt section.

2.

3.

(f" Assumethat aliowablestress limits areimposed both the concrete 5 0.45 f 'c) andthe on steel(fl < 24,000psi). What is the maximum load w that could be carriedsuchthat neither thatthesestress limits correspond thoseof the to of thesestress lirnits is exceeded? Qrlote old ACi working stress designmethodfor these materialproperties.) What load w would resultin failure of the beam?Assumethat the beamis under-reinforced.

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CE 433

RbINFORCEDCONCRETE DESIGN
ProblemSetNo. 2 FlexuralBeamAnalysis Due September 5

Fa l l 2007

The rectangular reinforcedconcrete beamshownbelow is to supporta uniformly distributed load, w, asshownin the sketch.The beamwill madeof normalweightconcrete (w": 145pcf) with f '": : 475 psi, and the reinforcingsteelto be used in the beamwill 4000 psi and a modulus of rupture havea specifiedyield strength 60,000psi. Negiectthe self-weightof the beamin all calculations. of 1. Determinethe value of the load w which will cause beamto begin cracking. Calculate the the stresses both the concrete in and steelcorresponding this load. to in If w:2.5l<rpslft, what are the stresses both the concrete and the steelat the maximum
molllellt section.

2.

3.

(f" Assumethat aliowablestress limits areimposed both the concrete 5 0.45 f 'c) andthe on steel(fl < 24,000psi). What is the maximum load w that could be carriedsuchthat neither thatthesestress limits correspond thoseof the to of thesestress lirnits is exceeded? Qrlote old ACi working stress designmethodfor these materialproperties.) What load w would resultin failure of the beam?Assumethat the beamis under-reinforced.

4.

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CE 433

REINFORCEDCONCRETE DESIGN ProblemSetNo. 3 FlexuralAnalysis Due September l4

Fall2007

properties fc:4000 psi and of 1. Givenabeamwithdimensionsb:10in. andd:20rn.,material with2 No. 8 bars,answer following: the fy: 60,000psi, and reinforced (a) Determineif the beamis over- or under-reinforced. (b) Determineif it meetsACI 318-05requirements minimum reinforcement conformsto for and ACI Section10.3.3 requirements minimumtensilestrains. for (c) Calculatethe nominal momentstrength the beam. of (d) Make a sketchapproximately scaleof the beamcross-section using concretecover and to to rebar spacingrequirements according the ACI Code. Allow for a No. 3 shearstirrup in the cross-section I .5 in. of clearcoveroverthe reinforcement. and problem I considering samebeambut now reinfbrced with 6 No. 7 bars(placedin 2. Repeat the to two layers). Assumed (the distance the centroidof the reinfbrcingbars)is still 20 in. cross-section with b : l4 in., d : 3. A simply-supported beamhasa spanof 16ft and a rectangular 3000-psiconcreteand is 19.5 in., and h : 22 tn. The beamis made from normal-weight reinforcedwith 3 No. 7 Grade40 bars. The beamsupportsits own deadload plus a uniform service(unfactored) additionaldeadloadof 0.8 kipsift. Computethe maximumunifbrm service (unfactored)live load that the beamcan support. 4. Provide brief answers the following questions: to (a) Explain the meaningof "over-reinforced beam." beam"and o'under-reinfbrced (b) Explain why the ACI Coderequires minimum valueof tensilestrainin a beamfor design. a (c) Explain why a minimum reinforcingratio is requiredin a beam. (d) Give three reasonsfor the minimum cover requirements the ACI Code. Under what in circumstances greatercoversused? are bars in the ACI Code. (e) Give two reasons the minimum spacingrequirements between for

CE 433

REINFORCEDCONCRETE DESIGN ProblemSetNo. 3 FlexuralAnalysis Due September l4

Fall2007

properties fc:4000 psi and of 1. Givenabeamwithdimensionsb:10in. andd:20rn.,material with2 No. 8 bars,answer following: the fy: 60,000psi, and reinforced (a) Determineif the beamis over- or under-reinforced. (b) Determineif it meetsACI 318-05requirements minimum reinforcement conformsto for and ACI Section10.3.3 requirements minimumtensilestrains. for (c) Calculatethe nominal momentstrength the beam. of (d) Make a sketchapproximately scaleof the beamcross-section using concretecover and to to rebar spacingrequirements according the ACI Code. Allow for a No. 3 shearstirrup in the cross-section I .5 in. of clearcoveroverthe reinforcement. and problem I considering samebeambut now reinfbrced with 6 No. 7 bars(placedin 2. Repeat the to two layers). Assumed (the distance the centroidof the reinfbrcingbars)is still 20 in. cross-section with b : l4 in., d : 3. A simply-supported beamhasa spanof 16ft and a rectangular 3000-psiconcreteand is 19.5 in., and h : 22 tn. The beamis made from normal-weight reinforcedwith 3 No. 7 Grade40 bars. The beamsupportsits own deadload plus a uniform service(unfactored) additionaldeadloadof 0.8 kipsift. Computethe maximumunifbrm service (unfactored)live load that the beamcan support. 4. Provide brief answers the following questions: to (a) Explain the meaningof "over-reinforced beam." beam"and o'under-reinfbrced (b) Explain why the ACI Coderequires minimum valueof tensilestrainin a beamfor design. a (c) Explain why a minimum reinforcingratio is requiredin a beam. (d) Give three reasonsfor the minimum cover requirements the ACI Code. Under what in circumstances greatercoversused? are bars in the ACI Code. (e) Give two reasons the minimum spacingrequirements between for

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CE 433

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN


ProblemSetNo. 4 FlexuralDesisn.Doubly-Reinforced T-beams and Due September 21

Fall2007

For problems I through 3, materialsarefr:60,000 psi, f '" : 4000 psi and normal weight concrete exceptf '" : 3000psi. For problem4, samematerials
I

A, on Selectthe largestallowableb and d and the corresponding (based providing p,in) and A, with a tensilestrain at the smallestpracticalb and d and the corresponding (associated momentof Mn : 500 ft-kips. For both cases failure of 0.005)to give a resisting selecta equalto 0.5d. sectionwith b approximately An architecton a building projectrequiresa reinforcedconcretebeamto spanover a large to auditorium. The beamis to be designed carrya live loadmomentof 1200ft-kips anddead load moment (including beam weight) of 800 ft-kips (both unfactoredmoments). The be architectalso requiresthat the beamcross-section b :20 in. and h : 60 in. Designthe reinforcement the beamsuchthat it meetsACI specifications. for beamshownbelow, calculatethe nominal moment strength. For the doubly-reinforced

2.

J.

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As' = ?- * to roors A: -- 6 * lo bo.rs

d --

4.

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psl FL= 3ooo


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CE 433

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN


ProblemSetNo. 4 FlexuralDesisn.Doubly-Reinforced T-beams and Due September 21

Fall2007

For problems I through 3, materialsarefr:60,000 psi, f '" : 4000 psi and normal weight concrete exceptf '" : 3000psi. For problem4, samematerials
I

A, on Selectthe largestallowableb and d and the corresponding (based providing p,in) and A, with a tensilestrain at the smallestpracticalb and d and the corresponding (associated momentof Mn : 500 ft-kips. For both cases failure of 0.005)to give a resisting selecta equalto 0.5d. sectionwith b approximately An architecton a building projectrequiresa reinforcedconcretebeamto spanover a large to auditorium. The beamis to be designed carrya live loadmomentof 1200ft-kips anddead load moment (including beam weight) of 800 ft-kips (both unfactoredmoments). The be architectalso requiresthat the beamcross-section b :20 in. and h : 60 in. Designthe reinforcement the beamsuchthat it meetsACI specifications. for beamshownbelow, calculatethe nominal moment strength. For the doubly-reinforced

2.

J.

3" -Ld'=
As' = ?- * to roors A: -- 6 * lo bo.rs

d --

4.

(part of a monolithic Computethe nominal moment strengthfor the T-beamcross-section slab and beam lloor system)shown below. Also confirm that the T-beam meetsthe ACI and tensilesteelstrainat failure. requirements minimum reinforcement for

psl FL= 3ooo


Span; "O ++.

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R%, ::l*. I -]o,gn.t,e(to*.ble p fovrcA )
^, J.n,n

".^J

cl */ As ( b*.J o,.,

,_
t al

P^,^ ;

JrJ$L Z AOO

$3
,0 0 3 1

s3

( ACf lo,S.l)

too33l l,.mi{ Mn

p b.l't (t-o ,s1 '\: pl . ,T) _ JJ


Le-t p. p ^ , n = . O O8 3 b= d/t

(.oosr) df ( so,ooo)o,sl(,oosr)rce.eee]) (dA( (, =6,Ooo-om,


c l- 31 7 + 4O ; n
b= '/ad : D A O i6

- .\

|\ t.oat1

(aoXqo) A .64;n As* TcbJ = (.oo33) =

(r

" \rl

g l ,$ : (El)( hE) o o . g lcd = tV 8t

u :H

YP' 9

\'(th F <F ur 9 't r

=p

'g pT/(ArO,2 .',r d,,r OOO ' It, ) bs'-, )1or)(, p ) Ela o )\vlp uh

c/ -t ' ( " i /b s' ) F5"pq


lj, " ?

8 to ' o =J
f e o ''fOo ' /o l )

n nf

sB'o Eob- iss') \T/

'858'O ={

s o c o =73
l" f , " u n ?rrr Drro> r1S,.rnrw rov .t/ATi t' f rrl 69 , ( lo o ' = t+3) e { 1sa11rurS 'D"U
0

=85 iu"Arf ( q t i

,)

$,ven'.

lrvelooJ llOO f t - k rp , den) l"oJ ( = sclf ",c1..J..,r5 -r",ruhr\ 8OO $t - l<,p, Cft]ss.Sttron . b. AO ,r," h . 6 Or n
rei nfo'.<e'nent

f3 = 60 k"r
{ a.

(l ks,

l'1gg, 0u

clcslqn

-to ACt

6PCA,

let

d=
Q=

qh .AC

S{;",,
l l '6

+ l1u [ g(nco) I A(SOo)l = " re 3 L lS 6 0 in - k , p s

Aa." = H*, o qf, (a-qza\ -

: 3 r.,s 60

(nTdfyfin :
= t l.6s in

o: AqSn

o8.ssL b

= 0l, t : )( eo) ( 8s)({) (so)


:

3:fS6O @ e: (13,48)(60) =

As,.o -'t[ = -

l3,Ag;n.

r,d$TEm'

ll,7 l' n 1 3,1 1 ,n .

A s * o= 3 t l s 6 o = (s^t"n',/a\ ' ('1)(60)

Ar,y = f3,3rnt

4"' ,' #: . b'o,o tA3 ./ &


2r^"' A'^
C= 3. R,

; =o d i s
Ok"q

?4 8, - , r,15 - r 3, ," ,9
Selert A ro*"

q= l3;8ds+
{t q }ro's

o as '< , 3?s 6
-t'

,', tt >,Oof

,a6q( ,3P.Soh5 l. -'-'4 d

,/

.,sd:lI

ooo

c
d.,Jts d b /fS

e Oc t

lal

81,
/n

3,) G i u"n',
(-

6 0 xsr

A . . lt

lO b o . s : l. $ 3 ln z

aat

As' 6l lobar s

4..

R"X, Colc

no

r*l rnomgnt strcngt\ -,

r\ot corrsld comp ste:,l z Q4 As $" = (7,S3\(go) = ('8s)('l)(ro) DT{u

13 3ct ;n

* A,

= 1 3,3 1 = 1 5.7 5; n
.85

9 d

= l!rcA6

-0,606

7 o,3?S ;, neeJ {o

cotnp.s+ea( cons;c/e',^

Crsstrrn under- psin[.

T-- C" * C.
B,c-b O. $t = As "n c:ol'6" + O'SssL

(r,srXoo) Cr,s3) (.mr(tr =

+o.8.r es) c ('t)(. (,o) )Aq,ooo)

c = lO , 3 S in /

(ar.ooo)/r9,3!'J.\ , = 6t.8 !ts, 5t=6oks, check Si = ( oos) ro.sS \ /

.', ccps,JSij-io'x.,/

( 7,s1)(60) (f 35)(60) + (,85X'l)(ro)('esc) =


c: lO,3 lln ,- /'

chcck

s = ..^ cl -c
C

= .OO1'l

t. . Ooql
houre.*, i^ prv+ctrcr,l *cnms t >.OOS

= luln Ai 5.'("J-d')+ O.SS5. b (d - %\ "


l '\t,= lOO3 l.cl 16 k.ps

(e#3f1) I (ae-s') o,8s({)t s5r (ro)(a6lo.sr) =(a,s3x6o)

f1^ - IOO3a in'krps

-'/-

(r

(8 B ll bar:s

SPon - 'AO' { := 3.Oo ops :


$3= 60,60 ps

I rs"l '

i'

6' .
c.nJ co '''[i'm

ilr each

bccrr1

I
*/ cornPlrc'"c ACT ior pr,rn 4 t+

Aut' cornpt
cJef bef( :

Mt

Uqi

sPaN

A oxt a : . tl

6 0 in

L,b,,*16\'
L {+o {:

l 5 + l6( tl)= ?cl i.1 6r ta


/

TAin

bcrc= 60 i.n
check
Q:

locc.iron of At {n o ,8.s $;qo

o, { ll'',S ' 60 " ('drr rs )

_ q, 1

h{. t

treat as T-bsn

-/t"

b C, = . 8 s S i ( b a x - , ) h 4=

tlsg K z/" ' 8 5 ( 3 ) ( 6 0 ' ls) ( ' {:)

l C ^= T-C, = As$ l-C, = ( la' 5x 6o) - { s c= A1l"


cr" C e

E;iF*

= A 9l , ,,. ) - ? . 6 -rr($(rs

-cs9

B'
mes'i

.8S ACT

8,.9 '
C+

c - - . 8 . ? , : . a S a .3 ? ' t ," ct ) ' o o f 3a ct la,S = w 'D.: A s - (rs1134 . Oa 5 b-cl ? P^ ' ' o o r 3

rneeh t'rjn

ACI

1"1^ C,(ot- S) * Ca(.1' 1) = * . Ll59( af - ? a )t9 l (3 A" ' ' % \


A9 7 6 d n 'k;p s

CE 433

CONCRETE DESIGN REINFORCED


ProblemSetNo. 5 Shear Design Due October5

F a ll2 0 0 7

1.

case, f '.:4000 use shownbelow. For each ComputerpVnfor the four beamcrosssections psi. psi and fr: 60.000

q) L__s-l
Y

--T-

Uf
c)

I
19"

a t 1 0 ' o .c .

g
2.

I
s' ,1
'. 2Q"

of beam having b: 18 in. and d:30 in. spans24 ft.face-to-face simple A rectangular is reinforced for flexure with six No. 9 barswhich continueunintemrpted to the supports. It ends of the span. The beam is to cary a service dead load of 2.7 kips/ft (including selfiveight) and a servicelive load of i.8 kips/ft. Designthe shearreinforcement. Use a will not be closerthan4 in. Usethe simplified equationfor stimrp sizesuchthat the spacing : 4000 psi and fr : 60,000psi. V.. Materials: f '.

CE 433

CONCRETE DESIGN REINFORCED


ProblemSetNo. 5 Shear Design Due October5

F a ll2 0 0 7

1.

case, f '.:4000 use shownbelow. For each ComputerpVnfor the four beamcrosssections psi. psi and fr: 60.000

q) L__s-l
Y

--T-

Uf
c)

I
19"

a t 1 0 ' o .c .

g
2.

I
s' ,1
'. 2Q"

of beam having b: 18 in. and d:30 in. spans24 ft.face-to-face simple A rectangular is reinforced for flexure with six No. 9 barswhich continueunintemrpted to the supports. It ends of the span. The beam is to cary a service dead load of 2.7 kips/ft (including selfiveight) and a servicelive load of i.8 kips/ft. Designthe shearreinforcement. Use a will not be closerthan4 in. Usethe simplified equationfor stimrp sizesuchthat the spacing : 4000 psi and fr : 60,000psi. V.. Materials: f '.

'/ 'f

cE +3 3
t.

h{ v't bio. 5 - gol *\ion


beo*A t

Fa,\\ Taot

Covrnpu.bs 6 tJ * $Ly *t" e Four

e.)

6 Vn:

S rIc+$rls

G $vo s #z l{FLb*d 6U. = 77,a l { ,rt

= c .r g ( ? ) W, ( r e ) (az . s )

gr,ls s S Au-q4..- = o, 'rs ( r* o, t \ )( ao)(: :.r) ' ,s

\H

d Ve a 2 2,3 k ier :, Stln ? 3 Z,o + Zz , 3 : 5+, 3 k.gr


--.r+-^"'4'

b)

4 V" :
QtJs =

o, - r g ( z ) \ @
\oao

(' z )(z z )
t

a z s ,o b l q .

g,-?s (o,zt) (ao1(eg)


'a

z 36,3i<ipr

$V'^,= Z $,o + 3t,B a f!,3_h$

c ) $vc :

o tr s tz \ff i
t 64>p

(e)(z+\ :

iB, rlet ss

S rJ: ? c>,Tg (e,zz) (ec:)(\l 41.t = ?q .J kier

+ lln= \3,) + Zq,-?-_ +1,i Irei


l,

d ) 4 v. a o, - ?s ( z ) { E ;
I

(s + B )(e o )
(tt:l

= \q ,o \.. p,
t.'b:

rsclo

S Q Vt = c>.-l (o.ea)(Ao)

\*e* I
5Z.o

\ =

*33.o

0v " =- tl.o + 3 3.o e


==:{#.1"'+
:tl'i5C]0

\.^p,

=l+
b= 18"

Z.
t-l

z4 s+.
fl= \ t-fooopll = 6o,ooo Psr

('l:\;tr, bL: ?,1 lr/+r


L L s l,& vl $ *

a a

1'.d

As = 6 t- Ja ,9

VJ*,r = \,?(2,'1
* fg

) + l .b( t , g \

? 6,tZ

k/*

Fr 5rr.[ n1 sheoc d*'a6eerr* Soc bga*


tz

-? 3.+\'

5 8 " 1 t V u {Lf d

- 58.1

- -13.Lt

V* o-F d

c''\^ro,.tSvo* Sup\' c-

(rr- ?"lz)

-1r

,.

.l3' *

: 59,\u'

6 v" = 6 '15 (z) {I&


-Al c . y v c --

(r a) (go) =' 5l.Z b

'

4-

4 >,e ' /

l ('

dtsb, F.ro*

StJpporL heq

Vu --

4'V.=l rz- ( H-x rz) = 7.g3f+

d,tsF. Pront gugporf t"Jhen!u.

+* , ,. - (r#r* 't)=-r,8(Pf
pof nk r,rjkeY{ShvcuPs no \ nn5er h+edeJ

=b
Tt1 * 3 Shrr^u;*r af Vu s.Fd' : 5 8 .1 k

e. ' J t r / ,fecu = e.-19 | Z*o, tr) ( 6o) ( 3a ) 0-,---**--.:

***.-i*-*;'

u3 in. I

59,\ - 5\,L noF +o ercceed 5*of 4. d = Zo

?z

( Z4 u. rls relid = A.Q 4 = (o,tz)G")Qd. 9,ZL 5+3

r \q L * d ? +G 6tC3()o

( , a)(ao) \ 3-t k a
cr k-

fo oc A v :) * i o

cLbclfe S*oor

s { A'rfi_
o.rs{Sfb^r

s (:,t#g*H
o,1sffi (rA)

tn = \s.E

( &h
,lh

a ( o,ea)_( s?-S) :- ({ ,'?rn


to (r a) t,.,. la*;o};*, ^,*+ a-n/ Aq**)

Sohr .'o R'""r S*rnr = \\I

L Sc'Le ar \.l. tn. ^

Pot'*b ulLe*,e vr,osh'rrupr re{J

= l. g t +f ,

= "i!J-;:,: :l : ;:'r il:.

+fr
'l

r'l '. "lt1Yf dp p { o.ce rvr


a

1.

t +L lf

*-$
t

f ter.

i " i ')

1 lJ; r.+

l*

t',n

Fr-*sl d eg rgn '.

lli
Irl J ,J-.1 .
-l-

I
I
--t-

-l

'-=:j.rii;r
::55a:_l

CE 433

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN ProblemSetNo. 6 IntegratedBeam Design Due October15

F al l 2007

The simply-supportedbeam shown below spansbetweentwo masonrywalls with a wall centerlineto-centerlinespacingof 25 ft. The beamis to carry a superimposed distributed dead load of 1.0 kips/ft, a distributedlive load of 1.0 kips/ft, and a concentrated live load of 42 kips applied at the midspanofthe beam. All loads are serviceloadsand do not include the selfiareight ofthe beam. For architectural reasons, beamwill havedimensions h: 32in.and b :20 in. A completedesign the of of the beam is to be made using f, = 4000 psi and i:60,000 psi. A clear cover of 1.5 in. is required. I' 2+ Vet ' 4lDetermine the required flexural reinforcementfor the beam. Provide the steel using No. g bars in two layers. Rememberto considerthe beam self:weight. a) Cutoff 2 5Yoof the reinforcementwherepermitted. Include calculationsofthe exact cutoff locatron. b) Check to be sure that adequateembeddedlength is provided for the continued and discontinued bars.

4t | ' -t t

c) Checkspecial requirements the support at wherethe momentis zero. d) If required, specifu special reinforcing details thevicinityof therebar in cutoffs.Assume thatNo. 4 stimrps will beused. tzlo.6
Design the shear reinforcement for the beam using No. 4 stimrps. Detail the shear reinforcement using open stimrpswith 135o hooks. Make a sketch of the beam summarizingalr designdetails.

6p r' 4
1 J.

tc'
Wa wa.tl

T]

H:

b, 2o!'

h =3 2

q,

Ce 43 3

l.\W NJo, A

'/g
l-alt

2ooJ

r*f

2D"

m,.
Tc. \

: t$ooo PJ( = 4o,ooo Pt.


Covec = \.9 r'n ,

l oc^dE :

t,o V/ptr deo.d

se(P.:lt. o k/ + f live *Lv'of


t

uniPoccn

f
)

loc.d

c[,

rnidspan lr ve
{ oad

.or.."nlvc,kd

Se lFv .l t =

( z o) ( a3 ) xlio:
r**
too()

o. 6-1 u /+t 3,6o vl *


t,

.'o

hI*

\ . 2 ( o . 6 1 * t , o) + l. L( l, o)
Oi^ I

t> tul

hr.|tC SFan

\l

=.

l. L ( $Z) = L1 , z

r.o( tlruce ccl culohbns, b ecr* pan S


.4, : -

hr

c I eoc k pa-n + beo,r,ndeflL

-_

(z a - IE ) + ? 3
tLt tz

z ,3+ F

f- fb e oF suppavf5= ZS +F, <-

corr{.nols

zlq
E sl-d,bt, h monncnF o.nd sheo.r s dt.agcome :

Vut =

1 6, 6

tV

33.Lu

supl-

I
! I

'

5clpF.

- 33.6(

e g.6k

Y u**' t (e.so\(zs) ? +
t

(6r,2( zS)= Jot $h.\< )

F \ ex \ , 4 c a \d e S f S n agg u mt

LIo 4 Sh, p,5p , 3;-,, _ 1,S,, ct,


cavef

Sh'cncrFe = d

,/2,, _ ,, I $a +{4
Shrcup locrr

' /2"

2 9,5

tn.

h(.I'P oe
sPdcJ'nJ befrJee I o-1crS

3lq
n Do Asteatd - o 5 1 u m e _ & - _ 5 in , - A s r e t r r d = Q < > t",a ) = 6 .o o r ,,.2
P. I I

0,q (go)(zB.E - S/z\ - ner^l o = (6jgol!6j)

.m)
bars

= 5, 29 In ,

- hul A. ,.5,a = A. O3 fna


4

e(<BNo .g ; in Z r buJg 6 .3 ? f,.,L

c 'r , t 3 r ' o 3 N o , 8

p r o u id e Asp r o u ,:

8 r b ,? 9 :

c he c k

ACt

t t r r n i [ s,,

c = %: F,

S.z1 i 6,22\,., \ 6 \n' o;ils

?:

t# = = o'22
O14,

As*r^: =@
6o,xo

(z, . Dea, s): t , gorn, L


( arl( zs, s) = | ,10 io z t aonfco(.r

>/ zoo
b,@o

4. 3? ,t"2 ArS ^t^ "o o \<-

+lq
a,) cul'olF ZS>L As = As S" Z No' I bors 7 \'-?*;^L

borl = 6rO'19 c*al"{t'o'red +t ccnr*hnuedtr'ot' "

Sl.A^

cL:

\,1 + ( go)

? *.lB

t".

. gB (*)( za)
Mn ? lt,-'l''f(Uot (

2e,5 u# ) -

i". \z-

r
O,q ( L Z L

=. F,,1bzL

F"U d wit\ q,hanle ail9ktl1 - voF coasr'&r*d h<r<d' x ^ t "

Ca\Ali

f,,,.,d f ocahbn

tnl\^<'r*- Mtr = 5US'Fl-'k- , 3,6 v/$t-

t )*
{vo* 3u pf . I

-78, A''

l+x

e+ cltsFc^n.q"/

t r \ : 1 8 ,a (x )'

3 ' A (} )t
z

-- > b 3

6( X = 9 . o Ff' pltr$ edEnd f Z d ,u <t = a \? ( r ,o ) :

nDeasured 4-ro'*'soph' I \? fn ' a a a h vo \s '

Z 8 ,S

ln ' *

s/q
.oo c&hoFi *,lo No , I bars i a {op \ a1e r

^F

g,Ofl

Z.A,s :- d,63++. A,o* Sup p v F . q


lZ t^.2^vr-wr-^----

"B"L:il rerasf il!:':-r-:


b) c.heck devel6pmnt [enX*t^ er ciecZ- cr,'kria . conhnuqt ond cu[a$F b.vr D" Lt5fn5 StV.tpt,A'ed 4a ebn ,

ct, Spac,r.\ng bet,PCn bor3

= (to - 3 - z ( 7 r )- h ( r .o-) =,o )


= $ .oi".,. beh{eer. bo,s ) ZAv
o c\, cove_r over I t/2" + '/r" No, B !g,or s

-+

t)du \zz-za,s) - '/. = 3,o a^ bot{o*J


o o. o\t b \)te g rnng\tfi,<d e1^ l.l

y = 5 o,ooo (t,o)(t,o)(r,o) ? +-.1 .+ 6":to ZO ffi

h'

'L .'\-\ " f,r* {a.I A.ro

.0 . = +J,+(t,o ) ,ta
= \J.4 .,h. = 3, q5 fF.

dln
4 f<,. c or$inued b or s Q,o +t- ) 3.1 sPt ta..t,r. ;.6t(

{vo.. gt, oF *v,eor. c*ForF fo e-vrd oF ca..f..Vqs bc^rS

- {rrr cqbFf

(Zt

b ,L 3 )= s, gl+t
a dtsl, {vo* beo,q (p.oL M*) +
{o <tl'!o$+ p*,

r'

.n. crr|afF aF c e u,,{tlal e

Z No, I is a l<-

bo^.r.- L,L3 + &r^ o-F

guVpo'4

e)

ru\' 5rrppo.\- q.

tS movne,r..lr zelro

Cvueck.Q.a i,3 tAn + l" -(


Vr,t

ttAn{N bNo ,&loo r o:

533 = , bZ; FFg = - T5lOr , n . k $ = o, 1 k ? er<k"d b", -lo w li" I ,5 tn,oF


^ d oF beanr

Vu ats Stlppr$= J8,6 Xo o-Ssurne = lt" Z.

l7z" = f,.Stn.

or

+-t.* 2 \'3 f511) + 6.5


19. b

+.l ,uf tn 1 \1 \ t^,

o-g

J)

o"F c ufof+ lo ecl.to. = 6 ,6 2 } + \*o* s clppcv f.

-ln
e

(re.e 7.a) (,%:) lz,5

t 6v^ = ?
A

".

lo,ls),- zYT'G (r"Xta.s)(o.+)(66) I +


L tooo

rl-

(rr.ril

,T-J

N't 2

:
G tO

b o .5

S {'o. CZ)

( r".re.)

Vu
a nd

3 6u^ qt
h 6 speGtal

cu FoEF loc^f ue,, Sfrnc,lps r"1'J.

2.

5hear d esign SVc

4 V"
z

= Z - rrQk r;'

<-

note'

Vu )

euerlhlh,cr<

Vr,t o-t- d Pvo^ srrp$. P"r*

= 1a, g (g, '*zers, '\ a ,L u \ f


=

6-1. ( r.

\ E-

./\-'tJ

&I- Vta = 6J,61( _

= - re1'd

6,15 (z* o,z)(ao) (z s,S )

cN SrelU :. 3A r.n. o- c.

8lq
5 ".,-1a !

{:28,5=
z
A

\*, 3 \n

cembvo\ s

/'t

in,

t + chec-k- Vt r.l'd
\bt' -'.
Arr, vutlr

\++ k-

o*boug- ,=orr. o U-

st

@>
o r"ts tG (zo)

= zs, lt n,

a^^d5.,( C@
5o ( zo)
o crt

s 24,v.

UEg S :S",".or. = \4 U.

e.wztlvJ\*tz

r\4

Veorn

3.

se<- ne.(F pat^ S" $S u14s

t r-s i i r,
2 --

.,\ :f

wt al

so
ri

7i't
t, qt

+9

0.r

2- 7

o' -.

7 TF

ET r) ud
-p

F,

sd

=)

CE 433

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN


ProblemSetNo. 7 Serviceabilit)' Requirements Due October22

Fall2007

A rectangular beamof width b : l8 in., effectivedepthd: 17in., andtotal depth:20 in. spans ft 25 between simple supports. It supportsan unfactoreddeadload of 1.2 kips/ft (includesbeam selfweight) plus an unfactoredlive load of 0.7 kips/ft. Flexural reinforcementconsistsof five No. 9 bars in a singlerow, and shearreinforcement providedusingNo. 3 stirrups. Materials: fc:4000 psi is and fy: 60,000psi. (1) Determineif the arrangement the reinforcingbarssatisfies ACI 318-02,Section10.6.4 of the requirements distributionof flexural reinforcement. on For the given beam: (a) Calculatethe incrementof deflection resulting from the application of the short-termlive load. (b) Find the creepportion of the sustained loaddeflectionplus the immediatedeflectiondue to live load. (c) Compare the deflection calculatedin part (b) with the limitations imposed by the ACI Code as summarizedin Table 6.3 of the text. Assume that the beam is susceotibleto cracking damageif the deflectionsare excessive.

(2)

CE 433

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN


ProblemSetNo. 7 Serviceabilit)' Requirements Due October22

Fall2007

A rectangular beamof width b : l8 in., effectivedepthd: 17in., andtotal depth:20 in. spans ft 25 between simple supports. It supportsan unfactoreddeadload of 1.2 kips/ft (includesbeam selfweight) plus an unfactoredlive load of 0.7 kips/ft. Flexural reinforcementconsistsof five No. 9 bars in a singlerow, and shearreinforcement providedusingNo. 3 stirrups. Materials: fc:4000 psi is and fy: 60,000psi. (1) Determineif the arrangement the reinforcingbarssatisfies ACI 318-02,Section10.6.4 of the requirements distributionof flexural reinforcement. on For the given beam: (a) Calculatethe incrementof deflection resulting from the application of the short-termlive load. (b) Find the creepportion of the sustained loaddeflectionplus the immediatedeflectiondue to live load. (c) Compare the deflection calculatedin part (b) with the limitations imposed by the ACI Code as summarizedin Table 6.3 of the text. Assume that the beam is susceotibleto cracking damageif the deflectionsare excessive.

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ProblemSetNo. 8 . Short Column Analysis Due November 5

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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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