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II Year II-Semester Supplementary Examinations November 2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING – I (RCC) DESIGN AND DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Note:- 1. Answer any ONE question from PART-A and THREE questions from PART-B. 2. Each question in PART-A carries 32 marks and each question in PART-B carries 16 marks. 3. Use of IS-456-200 and design charts, SP-16 is allowed. --PART-A 1. A rectangular beam of size 230 mm × 600 mm overall depth is subjected to a factored sagging bending moment of 48 kNm factored shear force of 48 kN and factored torsion moment of 18 kNm. Design the reinforcement at the section using limit state method. The materials are M20 grade concrete and mild steel reinforcement. Draw the cross section and the longitudinal section of the beam showing the reinforcement details. A RCC column of size 350 × 350 mm carrying a characteristic load of 800 kN. The safe bearing capacity of the soil is 200 kN/m2. Design an isolated square sloped footing. The materials are M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade Fe 415 for both the column and footing. Draw the details of the reinforcement showing the plan and section of the details. PART-B 3. 4. What is characteristic strength? What are the various tests to find the workability of concrete? Explain in detail any two workability tests on concrete. Design a rectangular beam of section 300 mm width and 500 mm effective depth subjected to ultimate bending moment of 300 kN-m. Consider the concrete of grade M20 and steel of grade Fe415. Design an axially loaded braced column of rectangular section for the following data Ultimate axial load = Pu = 3000 kN Unsupported length L = 3.25 m Effective length in long direction Lex = 3.00 m Effective length in short direction Ley = 2.75 m Grade of concrete = M20 Grade of steel = Fe 415 Contd…..2

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A cantilever beam of span 3.60 m carries an uniformly distributed load for 20 kN/m (Including self weight) The cross section of the beam is a rectangle of size 250 mm × 500 mm with tension reinforcement of 3 numbers 25 mm diameter bars and compression reinforcement of 2 numbers 20 mm diameter bars. The effective cover to both the compression and tension reinforcement is 40 mm each. The materials used are M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade Fe 415. Calculate the short term deflections at the tip of the cantilever beam. A cantilever rectangular beam of effective span 4 m is having breadth 230 mm and effective depth of 450 mm. Tension steel provided is 3 bars 25 mm diameter and 3 numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the maximum short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe415 steel. ###

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Code No. 220103 II Year II-Semester Supplementary Examinations November 2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING – I (RCC) DESIGN AND DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Note:- 1. Answer any ONE question from PART-A and THREE question from PART-B. 2. Each question in PART-A carries 32 marks and each questions in PART-B carries 16 marks. 3. Use of IS-456-200 and design charts, SP-16 is allowed. 1. --The panel of slab is 4.5 m × 5 m. One short edge and long edge of the slab are discontinuous and other short edge and long edges are continuous. The slab is restrained with edge beam. Superimposed load is 3 kN/m2 and floor finishes being 1.5 kN/m2. Design the slab. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel. Adopt limit state method. Assume mild exposure condition. Draw to scale the cross section of the slab showing the reinforcement details. A RCC short column carries a service load of 1250 kN. Using M20 concrete and Fe415 steel design a circular column with helical reinforcement using limit state method. Design a suitable footing for the column. Draw to scale. (a) plan of the footing showing reinforcement details. (b) Sectional elevation of the column and footing showing the reinforcement details. PART – B 3. Design a simply supported concrete beam to support a uniformly distributed factored load of intensity 40 kN/m inclusive of its own weight on an effective span of 4 m. Use M20 grade concrete and Fe415 steel. Find the ultimate moment of resistance of a T-section. The materials are M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade 415. Breadth of flange is 1350 mm, depth of slab is 100 mm and breadth of rib is 300 mm. Tension reinforcement consist of 5 bars of 20 mm diameter bars. Assume moderate exposure condition. Explain the terms (i) Bond and anchorage (ii) Development length.

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What is effective length of a column? How the behavior is affected by effective length. A column of unsupported length 4.5 m is subjected to an axial load of 800 kN. Assume both ends are hinged. Design a rectangular column if one of the dimensions is restricted to 230 mm. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Assume moderate exposure condition. A simply supported rectangular beam of effective span 10 m is having breadth 300 mm and effective depth of 650 mm. Tension steel provided is 3200 mm 2 and two numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel. A simply supported rectangular beam of effective span 9 m is having breadth 300 mm and effective depth of 650 mm. Tension steel provided is 3000 mm2 and two numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel.

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Code No. 220103 II Year II-Semester Supplementary Examinations November 2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING – I (RCC) DESIGN AND DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Note:- 1. Answer any ONE question from PART-A and THREE questions from PART-B. 2. Each question in PART-A carries 32 marks and each question in PART-B carries 16 marks. 3. Use of IS-456-200 and design charts, SP-16 is allowed. --PART-A 1.

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A hall of building is to be provided with a floor consisting of a continuous slab cast monolithically with simply supported beams spaced 3 m apart. The clear span of beam is 9 m. The floor is to support live and partition loads of 3 kN/m2 and 1.5 kN/m2 respectively at service state. The load due to finishes may be considered as 0.5 kN/m2. Design the slab using M20 grade concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Use limit state method. Draw to scale: (a) Longitudinal section of the slab showing the reinforcement details. (b) The cross section at mid span showing the reinforcement details. A RCC short circular column 5 m height carries a service load of 400 kN. Assuming both ends of the column are fully restrained. Use M25 concrete and Fe415 steel. Design column with helical reinforcement using limit state method. Design a suitable footing for the column. Draw to scale: (a) Plan of the footing showing reinforcement details. (b) Sectional elevation of the column and footing showing the reinforcement details. PART – B Find the ultimate moment of resistance of a T-section. The materials are M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade 415. Breadth of flange of 1200 mm and depth of slab 100 mm. The breadth of rib is 300 mm and effective depth is 450 mm. It is reinforced with tension reinforcement of 6 bars of 25 mm diameter bars. Assume moderate exposure condition. Design a simply supported concrete beam to support a uniformly distributed factored load of intensity 40 kN/m exclusive of its own weight and a point load of 10 kN at 1 m from left support on an effective span of 4 m. Use M20 grade concrete and Fe 415 steel. Contd….2

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Differentiate between long column and short column. Explain the type of failure of both the columns. A column of unsupported length 4 m is subjected to an axial load of 800 kN. Assume both ends are hinged. Design a rectangular column if one of the dimensions is restricted to 230 mm. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 grade steel. Assume moderate exposure condition. A cantilever rectangular beam of effective span 4 m is having breadth 230 mm and effective depth of 450 mm. Tension steel provided is 3 bars 25 mm diameter and 3 numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the maximum short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe415 steel. A cantilever beam of span 3.60 m carries an uniformly distributed load for 20 kN/m (Including self weight) The cross section of the beam is a rectangle of size 250 mm × 500 mm with tension reinforcement of 3 numbers 25 mm diameter bars and compression reinforcement of 2 numbers 20 mm diameter bars. The effective cover to both the compression and tension reinforcement is 40 mm each. The materials used are M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade Fe 415. Calculate the short term deflections at the tip of the cantilever beam.

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Code No. 220103 II Year II-Semester Supplementary Examinations November 2003 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING – I (RCC) DESIGN AND DRAWING (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Note:- 1. Answer any ONE question from PART-A and THREE questions from PART-B. 2. Each question in PART-A carries 32 marks and each question in PART-B carries 16 marks. 3. Use of IS-456-200 and design charts, SP-16 is allowed. --PART-A 1. The floor of a hall is 9 m × 12 m. The beams are spaced at 3 m center to center. The thickness of floor slab is 120 mm. Superimposed load is 4 kN/m 2 and floor finishes being 1.5 kN/m2. Design one intermediate beam for flange and shear. Use limit state method. Use M20 concrete and Fe 415 steel. Adopt limit state method. Assume mild exposure condition. Draw to scale (a) Longitudinal section of the beam showing reinforcement details (b) The cross section of the beam at mid span showing the reinforcement details. Design an isolated sloped footing for a column 450 mm × 300 mm carrying a service load of 1200 kN and moment of 20 kNm. Using M20 concrete and Fe415 steel. Draw to scale: (a) Plan of the footing showing reinforcement details. (b) Sectional elevation of the column and footing showing the reinforcement details. PART-B 3. a) b) c) 4. a) b) c) Explain the difference between cube strength and cylinder strength. Which value is more representative? Describe effect of water-cement ratio on strength of concrete. Draw typical stress-strain curve of concrete and indicate various modulii. Explain ‘diagonal tension’ and ‘limiting depth of neutral axis’. Discuss the stress block materials and hence obtain the formula for depth of neutral axis from first principles and limit state method. Design a rectangular beam at mid span having effective span of 4 m. The superimposed load is 50 kN/m and beam is limited to 230 mm width and 400 mm overall depth. Use M20 grade concrete and HYSD reinforcement of grade 415. Contd….2

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A rectangular beam of size 2300 mm 600 mm is subjected to a bending moment of 120 kNm, shear force of 25 kN and a twisting moment of 15 kNm. Design the section using limit state method. Use M 20 concrete and Fe 415 steel. Assume moderate exposure condition. A simply supported rectangular beam of effective span 9 m is having breadth 300 mm and effective depth of 650 mm. Tension steel provided is 3000 mm2 and two numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel. A simply supported rectangular beam of effective span 10 m is having breadth 300 mm and effective depth of 650 mm. Tension steel provided is 3200 mm 2 and two numbers 16 mm bars are provided as compression reinforcement. Estimate the short term deflection and deflection due to shrinkage. Assume moderate exposure condition. Use M25 concrete and Fe 415 steel.

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