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Ref. Code: NSCP 2001, 5th Edition BEAM DIMENSIONS width of beam height of beam effective depth of tension bars effective depth of compression bars DESIGN PARAMETERS compressive strength of concrete yield strength of reinforcement ultimate moment strength reduction factor defined in section 409.4

b h d d'

mm mm mm mm

Computation of : (factor defined in section 410.3.7.3) (for fc'30) = 0.85 0.85-0.05/7(fc'-30) 0.65 = (for fc'>30) Design = 0.85 Computation of bal: (reinforcement ratio producing balanced strain conditions) 0.85fc'600/fy(600+fy) bal = = 0.030979333 Computation of max: max 0.75bal = Computation of : assume = 90% of max = fy/fc' (maximum steel ratio) = (reinforcement index) = = 0.02091105 0.288572485 0.0232345

= =

Determine if compression reinforcement is necessary: (if Mu1 < Mu) COMPRESSION REINFORCEMENT IS NOT NEEDED PROCEED TO STEP 2 !!!!! STEP 2 (SINGLY REINFORCED BEAM) Solve for : = (1-(1-2.36(Mu/fc'bd2))1/2)/1.18 Solve for : = (proceed only if compression reinforcement is not needed) = 0.264041736

fc'/fy

0.019133459

Bars Selection: try diam. A28 = N = As/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As/A25

28 *d2/4

mm = = say

2 615.7521601 mm

5.593196199 6 pcs

2 490.8738521 mm

25 *d2/4

= = =

0.003381643 (minimun steel ratio) 3694.512961 (actual steel area) 0.020525072 (actual ratio of tension reinforcement)

2

Mu - Mu1

N.mm

Check if compression steel yields: As1fy/0.85fc'b a = a/ c = fs' = 600*(c-d')/c COMPRESSION STEEL DOES NOT YIELD !!!! if compression steel yields use As' = As2 if compression steel does not yield use As' = As2fy/fs' Solve for As2 and As': As2 As' As' = = = Mu2/fy(d-d') As2 As2fy/fs'

= = =

mm mm

= = =

0.0000 0.0000

mm2 mm2 mm

2

2

Bars Selection (compression): try diam. 20 mm 2 *d /4 A20 = N = As'/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As'/A25 25 *d2/4 mm

= = say = = say

314.1592654 mm 0 pcs

2 490.8738521 mm

0 pcs

Bars Selection (tension): try diam. 20 *d2/4 A20 = N = As/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As/A25 25 2 *d /4

2 2 314.1592654 mm

f 28mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

sion reinforcement)

rcement is needed)

n steel area)

f 20mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

f 20mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

KNOWN BEAM DIMENSION

Ref. Code: NSCP 2001, 5th Edition BEAM DIMENSIONS width of beam height of beam effective depth of tension bars effective depth of compression bars DESIGN PARAMETERS compressive strength of concrete yield strength of reinforcement ultimate moment strength reduction factor defined in section 409.4

b h d d'

mm mm mm mm

Computation of : (factor defined in section 410.3.7.3) (for fc'30) = 0.85 0.85-0.05/7(fc'-30) 0.65 = (for fc'>30) Design = 0.85 Computation of bal: (reinforcement ratio producing balanced strain conditions) 0.85fc'600/fy(600+fy) bal = = 0.027556512 Computation of max: max 0.75bal = Computation of : assume = 90% of max = fy/fc' (maximum steel ratio) = (reinforcement index) = = 0.018600646 0.309741188 0.020667384

= =

Determine if compression reinforcement is necessary: (if Mu1 < Mu) COMPRESSION REINFORCEMENT IS NEEDED PROCEED TO STEP 3 !!!!! STEP 2 (SINGLY REINFORCED BEAM) Solve for : = (1-(1-2.36(Mu/fc'bd2))1/2)/1.18 Solve for : = (proceed only if compression reinforcement is not needed) =

fc'/fy

Bars Selection: try diam. A28 = N = As/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As/A25

28 *d2/4

mm = = say

2 615.7521601 mm

0 pcs

2 490.8738521 mm

25 *d2/4

= = =

(minimun steel ratio) (actual steel area) (actual ratio of tension reinforcement)

2

Mu - Mu1

83362440.47 N.mm

Check if compression steel yields: As1fy/0.85fc'b a = a/ c = fs' = 600*(c-d')/c COMPRESSION STEEL YIELDS !!!! if compression steel yields use As' = As2 if compression steel does not yield use As' = As2fy/fs' Solve for As2 and As': As2 As' As' = = = Mu2/fy(d-d') As2 As2fy/fs'

= = =

= = =

790.3286 790.3286

mm2 mm2 mm

2

2

Bars Selection (compression): try diam. 20 mm 2 *d /4 A20 = N = As'/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As'/A25 25 *d2/4 mm

= = say =

2 490.8738521 mm

= 1.610044248 say 2 pcs Use 3-20mm bars or 2-25mm bars for compression

Bars Selection (tension): try diam. 20 *d2/4 A20 = N = As/A28 try diam. A25 = N = As/A25 25 2 *d /4

mm = = say mm = 490.8738521 mm

2 2 314.1592654 mm

f 28mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

sion reinforcement)

rcement is needed)

n steel area)

f 20mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

r compression

f 20mm bar )

f 25mm bar )

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