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Theory of Reinforce &amp; Prestressed
Concrete Assignments
 Assignment No. 1
1. Explain under reinforced, balance and over reinforced R.C section. Derive an
expression for single reinforced R.C. section for balanced movement resisting
capacity of section. (May 14, Dec 13)
2. Derive an expression for M.R. of rectangular section reinforce
reinforcedd both in compres
compression
and tension. (May 13, Dec 11)
3. Determine actual stresses developed in steel and concrete for singly reinforced beam
having size 250 mm x 440 mm effective reinforced with four bars of 16 mm diameter
if applied BM is 40 kN.m,m=13.33 Adopt
Ado M 20 and Fe 415. (May 13)
4. Derive Expression for the Position of neutral axis of balanced section. (Dec 13)
5. Design a simply supported beam subjected to udl of 40 kN/m incluse of its own
weight. The width of the beam is 250 mm and span in 6 meter. Show details of
reinforcement adopt M20 and Fe415. (Dec 10)

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 Assignment No. 2
1. What are the assumptions in working stress method? (May 13)
2. A reinforced concrete beams 230mm
230mm x 600mm overall with 4 bars of 20 mm
diameter on tension side and 2 bars of 25 mm diameter on compression side. Find
safe UDL the beam can carry on a simply supported effective span of 6 meter.
Adopt M20 and Fe415 and effective cover as 50mm. (May 14)
3. A reinforced concrete T beam has the following dimensions:
Flange width 2000mm
Widthh of Rib 300mm
Depth of Rib 700mm
Depth of flange 120mm
Steel provided 6 no of 25mm diameter bars
Span 8.0 meter
Grade of concrete M20 and Steel Fe415
Find the UDL the beam can carry.
4. Determine the moment of resistance
resistance of T beam section reinforced. Also ddetermine
the same if the section (300 x 500mm) is to be treated as rectangular. Use
M20/Fe415.

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 Assignment No. 3
1. Define development bond, Flexure bond &amp; Anchorage bond. (May 11, 13)
2. Under what situations a beam will be subjected to torsion? Explain the codal
provision for longitudinal and transverse reinforcement required for such beams.
(May 11, Dec 13)
3. Column is 400mm x 600mm, is reinforced with 8 bars of 20mm diameter, is
subjected to a compressive load of 500 kN, movement Mx=50 kN/m My=3
My=30
kN/m. Check the safety of the column as uncracked section. Adopt M20 grade and
Fe415 grade steel. (Dec 12, May 13)
4. A simply supported beam of span 6 meter 250 mm x 600 mm (effective) carries
Udl of 30 kN/m it is reinforced with 5 bars of 20 mm diameter. Design shear
reinforcement adopts M20 and Fe415. (May 13)
%
T

0.25
0.22

0.5
0.3

0.75
0.35

1
0.39

1.25
0.42

1.5
0.45

1.75
0.47

2
0.49

2.25
0.51

2.5
0.58

5. Explain why high of concrete and steel is required in prestressed concrete. (May
12, 13)

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 Assignment No. 4
1. Design a two way slab for a room having clear dimensions 4m x 5m. Take live
(ax=0.0879, ay=0.0572) (Dec 12).
2. Design an isolated slopped footing for the given data
Column size 400 mm x 400 mm
Longitudinal steel 4-20
20 mm bars.
Safe bearing capacity of soil200 kN/m2.
3. A reinforced concrete T beam has the following dimensions:
Flange width 2000mm
Width of Rib 300mm
Depth of Rib 700mm
Depth of flange 120mm
Steel provided 6 no of 25mm diameter bars
Span 8.0 meter
Grade of concrete M20 and Steel Fe415
Find the UDL the beam can carry.
4. What is function of distribution steel in slab? What is its percentage? (Dec 12)

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 Assignment No. 5
1. An I-section
section prestressed concrete beam has top flange 1450 x 300 mm, bottom
flange 700 x 300 mm, web is 150 mm and overall depth of the beam is 2000 mm.
Determine the efficiency of the section.
2. What are the provision in IS 456 regarding design of R.C. section subjected to
combined bending movement, twisting movement and shear force? Explain
briefly. (Dec 10, 12)
3. An unsymmetrical I section beam is used to support an imposed load of 3 kN/m
over a span of 8 m. The sectional details
details are top flange, 300 mm wide and 60 mm
thick, thickness of web is 80 mm, bottom flange 100 mm wide 60 mm thick,
overall depth of beam is 400 mm. At the center of the span, the effective
prestressing force of 100 kN is located at 50 mm from the soffit of the
the beam.
Determine the stresses at the center of span section of the beam for the following
(1)Prestress + self weight. And (2)Prestress + self weight + live
4. What are various provisions
provision for minimum share reinforcement in the form at
stirrups? (Dec 10, May 11)
5. Design an interior panel 4m x 4m of simply supported floor slab resting on brick
wall on all four side subjected to live load of 3 kN/m^2 and floor finish 1 kN/m^2
415.
ax=-0.062 ay=-0.062
0.062 (May 14)

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Nilesh Deokar
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9892703175