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What component response modification factor R, and component amplification factor ap shall be used to design fasteners in the connection system for concrete cladding panels? (6 points) A. B.

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R, = 3.5 and R, = 1.0 and R, = 2.5 and Rp = LO and

ap = 1.0 a, = 2.5 ap = 2.5 ap = 1.25

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Floor Joist Spacing = 15 inches, Span = 14 feet Floor Dead Load + Ceiling + Misc. = 18 psf Movable Partitions = 20 psf

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**What is the maximum bending moment for a single joist for office occupancy? (S Points) A. B.
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2,082 2,695 3,739 4,351

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and Figures 8 and 9 to answer Questions 3 and 4.

A contractor has provided you with an incomplete detail shown in Figure 8 and the following information: CODES:

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2007 CBC ASCE 7-05 AISC Steel Construction Manual, 13th Edition Built-up Sections, Plates: A572 Grade 50 Steel, F, = 50 ksi Weld: E70XX Electrodes Finish: All plates, shapes, and bolts will be hot dip galvanized Joints are subject to fatigue loads with reversal of the loading direction Seismic lateral system = special steel moment frame Loads are not short-term loads.

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The contractor has submitted a field change due to misaligned bolt holes as shown in Figure 9. C. Assume ex = 3. 50. B.'--r~--< 1/4 V PREP /REPAlR FINISH 5/8" PLATE 1/2" FIGURE 9 DETAIL 3.8 kips . D.1 kips 109. Which of the following bolt and connection types should you specify for the conditions given? (6 points) A.00". D. What is the maximum beam end reaction considering the capacity of the field weld only? (Use AISC tables for eccentric loads on weld groups). R C.4 kips 89.1 kips 82. (7 points) A. A325-N A32S-SC A490-SC A307 4.

PROPER:rlf~S 1.2 3. 3. what is the minimum footing depth using the soil properties noted? (6 points) A. B.Use Figure 14 below to answer Question 5. WIND FORCE P "" 950 Ibs.0 feet 4.0 feet 4. .1 feet ._.__ A DOWEL TO MATCH VERTICAL COLUMN I~EINFORCEMENT 6'· REINfORCED CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE SQ[~. For the cantilever column shown. D. A -+t-++-.000 psi 5.4 feet 8.3. USE ALTERNATE BASIC LOAD COMBINATIONS OF 2007 cec SECTION 1605:.. THE SIGN POLE CANNO'I' TOLERATE 1/2" 'MOVE-MENT AT GROnND SURFACE 24" OIAMOER NORMAL WEIGHT CONCRt:TE FOOTING MATERlAL PROPERT1~ f'e = 3000 psi f y .ABLE LATERAL SOIL BEAEliNG PHESSURE '" 350 psf PEll POOT OF DEPTH 2.---#3 TIES 14\ -CONCRETE COLUMN VERTICAL #6 '0 I :Ln. 60. ALLOW. C.

13th Edition ASTM A992 Steel. Use the information A special concentric steel braced frame of a hospital building with seismic design loads at each level is shown in Figure 1. Design girder BD. Show that the selected member meets all applicable code requirements. F. l. using the lightest weight HSS 8x8 ASTM A500 Grade B. 3. F. F. F.CALIF'ORNIA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SEISMIC EXAMINATION SAMPLE DESIGN QUESTIONS PROBLEM B2 ~ Steel 110 Points PROBLEM STATEMENT: below and Figures I and 2 to answer the following Problem Requirements. Show that the selected member meets all applicable code requirements. = 46 ksi. = 50 ksi ASTM A500 Grade B. Design column AB using the lightest weight W14 Section ASTM A992 Steel. . = 50 ksi. Figure 2 shows typical loading on all girders from level 2 through 7. GIVEN INFORMATION: CODES: • • • MATERIALS: 2007 CBC ASCE 7-05 AISC Steel Construction Manual. F. = 46 ksi Foundation is adequate for all applied forces • ASSUMPTIONS: PROBLEM • • REQUIREMENTS: Solve the following in the Solution Booklet for Problem B2. Indicate which Problem Requirement you are answering and show all calculations. = 50 ksi and assume axial loads as follows: • • • • Dead Load = 277 k Live Load = 81 k Seismic Load = ± 658 k Show that the selected member meets all applicable code requirements 2. Make no additional assumptions unless instructed to do so. Design member CE. using the lightest weight W36 section ASTM A992 Steel.

GIRDER LOADING 1999-82-1 .FIGURE 2 TYP.

2.000 psi Concrete roof -lightweight concrete (110 pcf).ASTM A706.1 MATERIALS: • • • SPECIFICATIONS: • • • ASSUMPTIONS: • • • • PROBLEM REQUIREMENTS: Solve the following in the Solution Booklet for Problem Dl. both horizontal and vertical except at boundary zones Use #9 vertical bars at boundary zones Seismic Design Category D The solid concrete wall and the concrete wall with openings have the same relative stiffness at eac-h floor level The wall reinforcement does not contribute to the flexural strength of the wall Redundancy Factor p = 1. (21 Points) 2.0 All loads are provided at strength level in accordance with CEC 1605. Calculate the maximum strength level drag force at each end of the fourth floor beam. f c ce:: 3.000 psi Use #4 wall reinforcement. 1. The building is constructed with concrete walls and floors. fc = 3. The strength level seismic story forces and the base shear to the wall on Line D are shown in Figure CS2. (21 Points) Design the spacing of the #5 dowels shown in Figure CS4 at the roof. Make no additional assumptions unless instructed to do so.normal weight (150 pcf). fy = 60.Concrete 210 Points PROBLEM STATEMENT: and Figures CS1 through CSS to answer the following Problem Use the following information Req uire men ts. GIVEN INFORMATION CODES: • • • 2007 CBC ASCE 7-05 ACI318-05 Concrete walls and floors .PROBLEM Dl . Credit for sketch will be given onlv for work completed on the Figure provided in the Solution Booklet for Problem D1. Indicate which Problem Requirement you are answering and show all calculations. .000 psi Reinforcement steel . A three-story office building is shown in Figures CS 1 and CS2.

REQUIREMENTS (continued). • • • For the section shown. . 54 k-ft (including beam self weight) 20 k-ft (based on floor live load of 50 psf) Mseismic = 46 k-ft Drag force = 42 kips Use rectangular section for strength calculations All given loads and moments are factored per CBC 1605. For the drag beam shown in Figure CS3. complete the sketch showing the following information: Location of splice in the vertical bars Location of splice in the horizontal bars Spacing of the boundary zone confinement reinforcing along the height of the wall (first story only) 5. verify that the longitudinal drag beam reinforcement is adequate at Point "A" as shown in Figure CS2.PROBLEM 3. Use #9 vertical bars and ignore wall reinforcement when considering flexure. (42 Points) A. complete the Figure in your Solution Booklet for Problem Dl showing the information noted below. Detail the top and bottom longitudinal bars on the elevation on the Figure in your Solution Booklet for Problem D1.MLL • • • • 4. (21 Points) • MOL . (10 Points) Assume the boundary zone length is 36 inches. (21 Points) Using #4 bars to resist the loads shown in Figure CS5. 7.2.1 = = Calculate the longitudinal straight bar development length of all bars into. (Ignore compression reinforcement). the shear wall at Point A shown in Figure CS2. calculate the maximum spacing of the horizontal and vertical wall steel. 6. Calculate the minimum required boundary zone vertical reinforcement. (25 Points) Using the information given. • • • B. complete the sketch showing the following information: Boundary zone vertical reinforcement (4 #9) Horizontal wall reinforcement with anchorage detail Boundary zone confinement reinforcement #4 @ 4'1 on center For the wall elevation shown. Use the assumptions shown below.

.-3"[r ..60'-0· 20'-0· 20'-0· 20'-0· I-r--_'__-~-_'_ -------- -+-----------r1 • o in ... I !I ' - •.I .. II II II II ii in in Il'l I .I I I I I : I II II II II :l II I' I i I· II II II II li ~H II..-~-.. r--- . r--II ---I r-II ---•• o0 I N I .I ---.j _---'Ir---''H .---....- FIGURE CSt TYPICAL FLOOR FRAMING PLAN 01D08-SA-1 ..L. I - o I - - - -+-~-. --'--....

... 630../ .. .....-..... ...WIE STORY FORCES SHOWN ARE STRENGTH LEVEL SEISMIC LOADS 20'-0" 20'-0" 20'-0" 392K . --~ROOF <.. SEISMIC FORCES . ~ 2ND 0 ----- 0 I N .. 35Q_K STRENGTH LEVEL SHEAR FORCE AT BASE OF WALL FROM Q)TO ® DUE TO SEISMIC FORCES FIGURE CS2 ELEVATION OF WALL ON LINE ® ELEVATION OF WALL ON UNE (DSIMILAR 01D08-SA-2 . _ N ~ ...-- ----- 1ST ... . / <.... ---- 4TH C8J " a ~ I N ----- -----~ 3RO " 0 I "I 0 ----- . .. ----POINT 'A' c~>·(~J . ~ 0 294K ...K STRENGTH LEVEL SHEAR FORCE AT BASE OF WALL FROM CD TO Q) DUE TO. .. CSJ ----- I ----- 196K 98 K . ----- ---__....

- a .t t I .. ... DRAG BEAM 01008-SA-3 .- -~ .. I FIGURE CS3 SECTION..

.1D08-SA-4 ..TO REMOVE lJ\ITANCE ' cr _.... h I -.::.... / ..- _- L l~ UGHlWElGHT CONCRffi ROOF StAB 1'-3" NOTE CONDmON IS SIMILAR AT CONCRErE WAll.. I 3'-6" ~ a ~ .-115 " u . _. . SECTION @ ROOF BEAM FIGURE CS4 D. ~~ -" NORMAl WEIGHT CONCRErE PARAPET WAlL ROOF --- <----3" .· rI CONSTRUCTION JOINT SAND BlASTED TO 1/8..

. -- - _--J.-------------------~------------------------------~---------------- 1 20'-0" 2 v II -- 2ND ~ - -~ -- -- -- -- -- - ~P=560K M=18.480K-fT 1ST - - - -1-- - -- tG:\ ...~ I NOTE ALl FORCES ARE AT STRENGTH LEVEL FIGURE CS5 ELEVATION 01D08-SA-5 ..

-- ... CONFORMS TO ACCEPTED DRAf11NG STANDARDS.£ SPECIFIED BELOW.-- . 4.IT IS REQUIRED THAT YOUR DRAWING: 1. 2.. CONTAINS SUffiCIENT' INfORMATION SO THAT THE CON1RACTOR NEED NOT REFER TO OTHER DRAWINGS..--+--_'.-- .::'__-l 2ND 1ST ELEVATION 1/4-=1'-0- SECTION 1/2"=1"-0· A .-- . . J. IS PROFESSIONAL IN APPEARANCE. 5.. IS LEGIBLE AND NEAT.-- .. IS DRAWN WIiH A STRAIGHT EDGE TO THE SCA1.

7 Redundancy Factor p = 1.0 SPECIFICATIONS: • • • ASSUMPTIONS: • • • • • • PROBLEM REQUIREMENTS: Solve the following in the Solution Booklet for Problem D2. using the given distance of neutral axis from compression edge. "b" Axial load and moment at balanced strain conditions. The masonry building has no vertical or plan structural irregularity. Calculate the 3 points (a. SOl = 0. For the given loads and moments. a) b) c) d) Vertical load only.PROBLEM D2 . special inspection required Reinforcing fy = 60. 1. "c" Sketch the interaction diagram showing points a. b. Indicate which Problem Requirement you are answering and show all calculations. calculate all strength design axial load combinations per eBC and show them on the interaction diagram you have sketched. GIVEN INFORMATION CODES: • • • 2007 CBC ASCE 7-05 ACI530-05 f'm = 1500 psi. (39 Points) 2. band c) on the interaction diagram for the wall.00 SDS = 1. and c.4. Make no additional assumptions unless instructed to do so.000 psi Weight of wall = 75 psf Strength design Wind and Snow Loads do not apply ft =0. "a" In-plane moment only.Masonry 80 Points PROBLEM STATEMENT: Use the information below and Figure DS! for the ground floor shear wall of a multi-story office building to answer the following Problem Requirements. (41 Points) .5 1=1.

A ~ a I A o ..-----~-.~~--- VERTICAL $ER~C£ LOADS ABOVE SHEAR WALL Dl - - ROOFS AND FLOORS WALLS FROM ABOVE ROOF FLOORS 8..5 K/FT 0..ALL flOORS AND WALLS Mu 1ST FLR. (5 SECTION A-A TOTAL) i14.. STRENGTH LEVEL MOMENT AT BOTTOM OF WALL DUE TO lATERAL FORCE FROM .C. 7CyJ2Z7ZT/ZZ/2/ ~ . J1 #6 0 24" O.5 K/FT 1.--...5 K/Ff 4. n = 380K-FT \l GROUND LEVEL WALL ELEVAjlON 1 NEumAl AXIS~10..03...-- .0 K/fT LL - 2ND FLR. FIGURE DSl 01D10-SAl .-------.

An existing wood stud wan is to be strengthened to perform as a shear wall for seismic loading shown in Figure DS2. Existing plywood and sill plate shall not be replaced.10 Gauge Existing Studs 2 x 4 at 16 inches on center. C and D be nailed as shown. or charts should not be used. Grade 33. tables.0 Hold-downs or vertical straps are allowed only at end posts.Wood 120 Points PROBLEM STATEMENT: Figure DS2 and Tables 1 and 2 to answer the following Problem Use the following information. It is proposed that straps A. MATERIALS: • SPECIFICATIONS: • • • • ASSUMPTIONS: • • • • • • . Weight of wall = 10 psf 4 x 4 posts at ends of wall and king studs at window are adequate Nails are common nails There are no existing hold-downs with anchors in the existing wood stud wall Horizontal straps must be designed for force transfers around the opening. Allowable stress design loads are shown in the Figure DS2 GIVEN INFORMATION CODES: • • • 2007 CBC ASCE 7-05 2005 National Design Specification (NDS) for Wood Construction Straps = ASTM A653. B. Empirical method. Stud Grade Seismic Design Category D Dead loads shown do not include weight of the wall Redundancy Factor p = 1. Requirements. and that new hold downs and anchor bolts be installed with epoxy in existing stem wall.PROBLEM D3 . Douglas Fir Larch (North).

Use the attached Tables to determine the minimum size of hold-down. the bolt diameter. and specify changes if necessary. (15 POints) plywood. Determine the tension in strap A due to lateral load only. Indicate which Problem Reguirement you are answedng and show all calculations.PROBLEM REQUIREMENTS: Solve the following in the Solution Booklet for Problem D3. (See Figure DS2-A for methodology) (25 Points) 2. Determine the number of IOd common nails required on each 4 x 4 post for straps C and D. Credit for sketch will be given only for work completed on the Figure provided in the Solution Booklet for Problem D3. (33 Points) . On the Figure provided in your Solution Booklet for Problem D3. 1. Determine the number of IOd common nails required on strap A on either side of window. 5. complete the details necessary for a contractor to perform the work. (15 Points) 4. (8 POints) 3. Verify the nailing requirement fOT (12 Points) 6. and the depth of embedment required in the stem wall. Make DO additional assumptious unless instructed to do so.

..__.. #2 PRESSURE TREATED SILL PlATE WITH 1/2 ¢ ANCHOR BOLTS e 72" C. NEW STRAP "A' .~ ASSUMED POINTS OF INFlECTION 4'-0" 2200lBS . I PLyWOOD w/ ad @ 6" EDGE NAlUNG AND 12" FIELD NAiUNG (1ST STORY) ~_~_JST CQNCRErE rOOTING WITH 6" WIDE CONCRffi STEM WAll (fc = 2500 psi) :1 '-------- 2x6 O.J.I2 __ Sill PlATE NEW HOlD-DOWN TYPlCAL --++_ _J . ELEVATION Page 13 01011-SA-l . 0 EDGE NAlUNG AND 12" FIELD NAiUNG (2ND STORY) PLYWOOD w/ ad sm.. n FIGURE DS2 EXIm'ING WOOD STUD WAU. NEW STRAP'S' _/ \/ /\ / \ WINDOW EXlsnNG EXISTING 15/32" I -.:-_L_ NEW STRAP '0' Ol = 200 LBS/fT • a I N 2ND FL ~----+-- o en I 4)(4 END POST l'T'P..C.. N -. ROOF a I POST TYP....----------------~----------------------------------~~....f..+----+--- .. EXlsnNG 15/32" STR. -44- _J_-_l_l=l-l_l-=l=LJ...F. 2x4 O. r 1~ Dl 3'-0" = 100 LBS/IT t ·1-'-0· FIGURE DS2-A l' 4x4 END .. 1 e 6" 2000lBS .

TABLE 1 Allowable Sill Plate Shear Loads (Ibs) Parallel to Concrete Stem Wall for Simpson Set Epoxy Anchors Based on Concrete Strength Stud Dia (in) Drill Bit Dia (in) Min Embed (in) Edge Dist (in) End Dist (in) Avg. TABLE 2 Allowable Tension Loads (lbs) on Hold-downs Based on Length of Bolt in Vertical Wood Member Model No. .% 2-7/8 Length of Bolt in Vertical Wood Member (in)" 5Yz 3 3Yz 2775 3705 4405 2775 4010 5105 2760 --3980 5510 * Allowable loads have been increased 33% for seismic or wind loading with no further increase allowed. RD2A RDSA HD6A Anchor Dia (ill) 5/8 5/8 or 3/4 7/8 Stud Bolts 2-5/8 2. Ult Shear Load (Ibs) i? Allow Shear Load * 2000psi 1/2 5/8 5/8 3/4 4114 5 Parallel to Plate 1 3/4 1 3/4 63/8 7 112 8000 8000 2826 2946 Note: The allowable load for the connector will be the lesser of the wood bearing capacity or concrete strength.

. I PLYWOOD ad @ 6" EDGE NAlUNG AND 12" FIELD NAlUNG (2ND STORY) wi z C) I C"I 2ND FL NEW STRAP '0' 2x4 D. -.4'-0· 3'-0· 4'-0· r 4x4 END r \ / / /\ 1 z ROOF 0 POSf TYP. EXISTING15/32" STR.F.. NEW STRAP 'A' N I \~I ' ~ EXISTING WINDOW C) -:.F.#2 __ Sill PlATE -++---1 ~---l-- 4x4 END POST lYP.2 PRESSURE TREATED SIll PlATE WITH 1/2·tIJ ANCHOR BOLTS e 72" O. 01D11-CSBl ..C. '-t---'-+----+-- EXlSTlNG15/32" SIR I PLYWOOD ad e EDGE NAlUNG AND 12" FIELD NAIUNG (1ST STORY) wi 6· ____ 1ST CONCRETE FOOTING WITH 6· WIDE CONCRffi STEM WALL (f'c "" 2500 psi) 2 '-------- 2x6 D. I NEW STRAP '8' '\.

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