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Determine the loading factor of the beam shown in the figure below using the kinematic method. The characteristic yielding strength of steel is fyk=350 MPa. - 4 points

A.) min = 2,1962 for x = 3,3 m C.) min = 2,1962 for x = 3,8 m

B.) min = 2,1962 for x = 3,5 m D.) min = 2,1820 for x = 3,3 m

E.) min = 2,1820 for x = 3,8 m 2. Determine the fundamental period of vibration for the reinforced concrete column given in the figure below. The unit mass of the reinforced concrete is 2500 kg/m3 and the Young modulus is Es=200 000 MPa for steel and Ec=20 000 MPa for concrete.- 4 points

A.) T=0,451s 2.

3. Determine the bending moments of the unidirectional reinforced concrete slab in the drawing below using the Simplified Plastic Domain Design. - 2 points

A.)

g+p=15 kN/m

M [kNm]

+ +39.764

+ +25.350 +38.305

B.)

g+p=15 kN/m

-31.243 M [kNm] + + -

-30.096

+39.764

+25.350

+38.305

C.)

g+p=15 kN/m

-30.114 M [kNm] + + -

-29.113

+41.523

+27.442

+40.150

D).

g+p=15 kN/m

-10.380 M [kNm] +

-30.114 +

-29.113

-10.038

+41.523

+27.442

+40.150

E.)

g+p=15 kN/m

-9.941 M [kNm] +

-31.243 +

-30.096

-9.576

+39.764

+25.350

+38.305

4. Determine the necessary reinforcement (fyd=300 MPa, fcd=12 MPa) in the slab panel shown below, using the limit equilibrium method in the plastic domain. - 3 points

A.) As191 mm2 , B.) As191 mm2 , C.) As198 mm2 , D.) As191 mm2 , E.) As191 mm2 ,

As1'=As1182 mm2, As1'=As1170 mm2, As1'=As1182 mm2, As1'=As1182 mm2, As1'=As1170 mm2,

As291 mm2, As291 mm2, As291 mm2, As298 mm2, As298 mm2,

As2'=As2170 mm2 As2'=As2182 mm2 As2'=As2182 mm2 As2'=As2182 mm2 As2'=As2182 mm2

5. Determine the efforts (M, V, N) in the emphasized elements of the frame (Vierendeel) beam shown below: - 2 puncte

-3.75

-6.25 3.75

-10.0 M [kNm]

-10.0

-6.25

10.0 3.75

A.)

B.)

-6.25

10.0 M [kNm]

-3.75

10.0

6.25 6.25

C.)

-10.0

D.)

-4.75

-10.0

3.75

6.25

11.0 6.25

E.)

6. Draw the bending moment diagram (with values) of the prestressing force for the PC beam given below: - 4 points A.)

P=500 kN P=500 kN

M [kNm] -112.5

+ +56.25

-112.5

B.)

P=500 kN P=500 kN

M [kNm] -212.5

+ +106.25

-212.5

C.)

P=500 kN P=500 kN

D.)

P=500 kN P=500 kN

E.)

P=500 kN P=500 kN

7. Define the tendons layout limits zone for a Prestressed Concrete simply suppported beam. - 3 points A.) The tendons layout limits zone is the area of the statically determined beam in which the active reinforcements can be placed so that the beam has, along all its length, total (or possibly limited) prestressing. B.) The tendons layout limits zone is the area of the statically non-determined beam in which the active reinforcements can be placed so that the beam has, along all its length, total (or possibly limited) prestressing. C.) The tendons layout limits zone is the domain of the statically non-determined beam in which the active reinforcements can be placed so that the beam has, along all its length, total or limited prestressing. D.) FUSUL LIMITA REPREZINTA DOMENIUL DE ASEZARE ARMATURILOR ACTIVE INTR-O GRINDA DE BETON PRECOM. STATIC DETERMINATA ASTFEL INCAT SA AVEM PE INTREAGA LUNGIME A GRINZII UN GRAD DE PRECOMPRIMARE TOTAL EVENTUAL LIMITAT

8. Which of the following structural solutions are unstable? - 3 points A.) B.)

9. Provide reinforcing solutions for the angled frame nodes of Reinforced Concrete Structures. 10. Explain the simplified structural analysis of multistorey frame structures against lateral loads. FIX PULA C.) D.)

FIX PULA

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