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Set No. 1

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-III DESIGN & DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any ONE Question from PART-A and any THREE Questions from PART-B Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ PART-A(Marks:32)

1. Design a solid slab bridge including Kerb for I.R.C. class B loading for the following data for a less important bridge. Live load for Kerb = 3.5kN/m2 Clear span = 3.75 m Clear width of road ways = 3.8 m Average thickness of wearing coat = 60 mm Grade of concrete = M 20 Allowable stress in steel = 125 MPa Assume suitable width for the kerb Draw the following to a suitable scale. (a) Longitudinal Section showing top and bottom reinforcements (b) Cross-section showing details of reinforcement in slab and kerb portion.[24+8] 2. The data pertaining to a through type Truss girder bridge is given below. Eﬀective span = 36.6 m Use pratt type truss with six panels Centre to center spacing of stringers = 2.1 m Timber sleepers = 250 mm X 250 mm X 2.8 m @ 0.43 m center to center Weight of stock rails = 0.44 kN/m Weight of guard rails = 0.23 kN/m Weight of fastenings = 0.29 kN/m of track Density of timber = 7.4kN/m3 Conﬁgure the general arrangement of the truss and design the following components of the Truss bridge. (a) Stringers and stringer bracings (b) Members of the third panel of the truss and one bottom chord joint in third panel Draw to a suitable scale the following items. (a) Half -Top Half-Bottom plan of truss girder bridge (b) Details of any one Joint. 1 of 2 [32]

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Set No. 1

3. (a) Explain I.R.C. Class AA (Tracked Vehicle) loading with a sketch. (b) What is the centrifugal force to be considered in the design of a road bridge situated in a curve. [12+4] 4. (a) Explain in which situations the T-beam bridge is preferred over simple slab bridge. (b) Explain how the live load is distributed on the longitudinal girders of a T-beam bridge and discuss the important assumptions made there on. [4+12] 5. A foot bridge of eﬀective span 17.5 m has a clear width of 2.5 m. the ﬂooring consists of timber planks. Use a Warren-type truss with 7 panels of 2.5 m each. Cross girders are provided at 2.5 m spacing. The live load may be assumed as 4200N/m2 . Design the cross girders and all the members of fourth panel. [16] 6. Design a dog-legged stair for a building in which the vertical distance between ﬂoors is 3.6 m. The stair hall measures 3 m X 5 m. The live load may be taken as 4000N/m2 . Use risers of 150 mm and a tread of 250 mm. Use M20 grade of concrete and HYSD bars with an allowable stress of 230 MPa. Draw a rough sketch showing reinforcement particulars in waist slab. [16] 7. Write short note on the following. (a) Design of conical dome of Intze type tank (b) Dimensioning of Intze type tank. ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ [16]

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Set No. 2

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-III DESIGN & DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any ONE Question from PART-A and any THREE Questions from PART-B Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ PART-A(Marks:32)

1. The following data pertains to a deck slab bridge Clear span: 5.5 m Width the footpath:1 m on either side. Wearing coat : 100 mm Loading : IRC class AA (Tracked) Materials : M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel Design the deck slab. Draw the following to a suitable scale. (a) Longitudinal Section showing top and bottom reinforcements (b) Cross-section showing details of reinforcement in slab and kerb portion.[24+8] 2. Design the mid-span section and the end stiﬀeners of a deck type plate girder railway bridge for broad gauge single track main line loading. Span = 21 m (center to center of bearings) Spacing of plate girders = 1.95 m (center to center) Timber sleepers = 254 mm X 254 mm X 2.745 m @ 0.37 m center to center Self load of track with timber ties = 7600 N/m Use Fullers formula for computing dead load Draw to a suitable scale, the following (a) Plate girder section at mid-span (b) Part elevation (c) Details of end stiﬀeners. PART-B (Marks:16x3=48) 3. A slab bridge has a clear span of 5.22 m and clear width of road way as 7.5 m. Compute maximum shear force due to single lane of IRC class B loading using eﬀective width method of analysis. [16] [32]

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4. Compute the bending moments in the two direction of for a slab simply supported over spans of 5.1 m X 7 m. The slab is loaded by two symmetrically placed loads of each 50 kN. The center to center distance between the loads is 2.5 m and the loads are symmetrically placed on the central axis parallel to the longer dimension of the slab. Each load is distributed over an area of 0.75 m X 0.75 m. Use Pigeaud’s method. [16] 5. The following particulars are available for a foot bridge. Type of girder = N-type truss Span of girders = 18.0 m Spacing of cross girders = 2.25 m center to center Clear walking width between main girders = 3 m Live load = 4.0kN/m2 Flooring = Timber planks on cross girders Design the following (a) Timber planks (b) Cross Girders and rakers. [16]

6. Design a dog-legged stair for a building in which the vertical distance between ﬂoors is 3.6 m. The stair hall measures 3 m X 5 m. The live load may be taken as 4000N/m2 . Use risers of 150 mm and a tread of 250 mm. Use M20 grade of concrete and HYSD bars with an allowable stress of 230 MPa. Draw a rough sketch showing reinforcement particulars in waist slab. [16] 7. An Intze type water tank has to store 300,000 litres of water. The height of the staging is 11.2 m up to the bottom of tank. Assume the intensity of wind pressure as 1700N/m2 . Work out suitable dimensions for the tank and sketch the same. Design the top dome and draw reinforcement particulars. Use M20 concrete and mild steel bars with an allowable stress of 140 MPa. [16] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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Set No. 3

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING-III DESIGN & DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any ONE Question from PART-A and any THREE Questions from PART-B Note:Assume suitable data whenever necessary Use of IS codes & Structural Tables is permitted ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ PART-A(Marks:32)

1. Design inner panel and central longitudinal girder of a T-Beam bridge for the following data. Clear width of road way = 7.2 m Span center to center of bearings = 17.7 m Live Load = Two lanes of IRC class A Average thick ness of wearing coat = 70 mm Grade of Concrete = M 30 for deck slab and M 20 for beams Permissible stress in steel = 125N/mm2 Assume unit weight of concrete as 25kN/m3 Provide 3 longitudinal guides Draw the following to a suitable scale. (a) Cross section of the inner panel Deck slab (b) Longitudinal section of the central longitudinal girder . [24+8]

2. A Warren type girder is to be used as one of the two main girders of a single track bridge carrying rolling stocks on stringers carried by cross-girders to nodes of the truss. Truss center lines are 4.8 m apart while pair of stringers divide this distance in to three equal parts of 1.6 m each. The following data is available. Span of the main girder = 30 m (six panels of 5m each) Dead load on each truss = 15 kN/m E.U.D.L per girder = 45 kN/m Allowable tension = 110N/mm2 Allowable compression = (15000-45λ) N/cm2 Impact factor = 20% Shearing stress in rivets = 100 MPa. Bearing stress in rivets = 300 MPa Design the top chord, bottom chord, verticals and inclined members of third panel of the truss and also one bottom chord joint. Draw to a suitable scale the following items. (a) Half -Top Half-Bottom plan of truss girder bridge (b) Details of one Joint designed. PART-B (Marks:16x3=48) 1 of 2 [32]

Code No: RR410103

Set No. 3

3. A slab bridge has a clear span of 5.33 m and clear width of road way as 7.5 m. Compute maximum bending moment due to single lane of IRC class B loading using eﬀective width method of analysis. [16] 4. A roof slab freely supported over the four edges has inner dimensions of 4 m X 5 m. The slab carries a load of 50 kN at its center distributed over an area of 1 m X 1m. Compute the bending moment in the two directions of the slab using Pigeaud’s method. [16] 5. A foot bridge of eﬀective span 18 m has a clear width of 2.6 m. the ﬂooring consists of timber planks. Use a N-type truss with 9 panels of 2 m each. Cross girders are provided at 2 m spacing. The live load may be assumed as 3500N/m2 . Design the cross girders and central panel members. [16] 6. Design a dog-legged stair for a building in which the vertical distance between ﬂoors is 3.6 m. The stair hall measures 2.5 m X 5 m. The live load may be taken as 2500N/m2 . Use M20 grade of concrete and HYSD bars with an allowable stress of 230 MPa. Draw a rough sketch showing reinforcement particulars in waist slab. [16] 7. Write short note on the following. (a) Design of bottom dome and bottom ring beam of Intze type tank (b) Membrane analysis of Intze type tank. ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ [16]

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Set No. 4

1. Design inner panel and central longitudinal girder of a T-Beam bridge for the following data. Clear width of road way = 7.1 m Span center to center of bearings = 16.2 m Live Load = One lane of IRC class AA (Tracked vehicle only) Average thick ness of wearing coat = 80 mm Grade of Concrete = M 20 for deck slab and M 25 for beams Permissible stress in steel = 130N/mm2 Assume unit weight of concrete as 24 kN/m3 Provide three longitudinal beams Draw the following to a suitable scale. (a) Cross section of the inner panel Deck slab (b) Longitudinal section of longitudinal central girder. [24+8]

2. Design the central section of a deck type plate girder railway bridge for single track Broad Gauge (B.G) main line loading for the following data. Eﬀective span = 24.1 m Spacing of plate girders = 1.9 m center to center Weight of stock rails = 450 N/m Weight of guard rails = 250 N/m Weight of fastenings = 280 N/m of track Timber sleepers = 250 mm X 150 mm X 2.8 m @ 0.4 m center to center Density of Timber = 7.4 kN/m3 Take permissible stresses in accordance with railway steel bridge code provisions. Stiﬀeners and bracings need not be designed. Draw to a suitable scale, the following (a) Plate girder section at mid-span (b) Part elevation (c) Assuming suitable section for bracings, draw top plan. PART-B (Marks:16x3=48) [32]

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Set No. 4

3. A slab bridge has a clear span of 5.45 m and clear width of road way as 7.75 m. Compute maximum bending moment due to single lane of IRC class AA loading using eﬀective width method of analysis. [16] 4. A roof slab freely supported over the four edges has inner dimensions of 5.5 m X 7 m. The slab carries a load of 45 kN at its center distributed over an area of 1.1 m X 1.1m. Compute the bending moment in the two directions of the slab using Pigeaud’s method. [16] 5. The following particulars are available for a foot bridge. Type of girder = N-type truss Span of girders = 16.8 m Spacing of cross girders = 2.8 m center to center Use six panels of 2.8 m each Clear walking width between main girders = 2.5 m Live load = 4.0kN/m2 Flooring = Timber planks on cross girders Design the rakers and all the members of the ﬁfth panel.

[16]

6. A straight ﬂight stair has to be provided for connecting two ﬂoors. The vertical distance between the two ﬂoors is 3.0 m and the width of the stair has to be restricted to 0.75 m for want of space. Design the stair and draw sketch sectional plan showing all details. Use M20 grade of concrete and HYSD steel bars with an allowable stress of 230 MPa. Assume the unit weight of concrete = 23kN/m3 . The stair is for a residential building. [16] 7. Design the cylindrical wall of an Intze type water tank with a capacity of 1.5 million liters. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 grade of steel. Assume the intensity of wind pressure to be 1400N/m2 . Draw a rough sketch showing details of reinforcement. [16] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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