PERMISSIBLE STRESSES (CLAUSE B-2, IS456:2000)

PERMISSIBLE STRESSES (CLAUSE B-2, IS456:2000),Permissible Stresses in Concrete ( IS 456),Permissible Stress in Steel Reinforcement ( IS 456) PERMISSIBLE STRESSES (CLAUSE B-2, IS456:2000) The working stress method is based upon the concept of permissible stresses. Permissible stresses are obtained by dividing the ultimate strength of concrete or yield strength of steel (0.2% proof stress) by …

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Types of R.C.C. beam, Fundamental assumptions of elastic theory of bending

Learn: Types of R.C.C. beam,Singly,doubly and T, Flanged Reinforced Beams,fundamental assumptions of elastic theory, Assumptions in the theory of simple bending of R.C.C. beams(Working stress method) Plain Cement Concrete has low tensile strength. A beam made up of plain cement concrete will have low load carrying capacity and will fail by cracking in the tension …

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Working stress method load factor or ultimate load method limit state method

In this Article Learn : Various methods used for the design of R.C.C. structures,Working stress method,Load factor or ultimate load method,Limit state method, The main drawbacks of the working stress method of design,the advantages of Ultimate load method,The main limitations of the ultimate load method,The two important limit states to be considered in design:Limit State of …

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Dead loads, Live load or imposed load, Wind load, Snow Load,Earthquake loads.

In this Article: Learn Types of loads on R.C.C. Structures, Dead loads, Live loads or imposed loads, Wind loads, Snow Loads,Earthquake loads. See also The loads coming on the foundations TYPES OF LOADS ON R.C.C. STRUCTURES Structures are designed to withstand various types of loads. The various types of loads expected on a structure are …

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Reinforcing material types of steel reinforcement charectristic strength of steel

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-9217740637862097", enable_page_level_ads: true }); Content of this Article : Reinforcing material, Suitability of Steel as Reinforcing Material, charectristic strength of steel and types of steel reinforcement REINFORCING MATERIAL Concrete is weak in tension and it is to be reinforced properly with suitable material. The purpose of providing reinforcement in …

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Concrete Mix Proportioning

 Concrete Mix Proportioning Concrete Mix Proportioning Concrete Mix Proportioning : The determine of the proportions of cement, aggregates and water to attain the desired strength and properties such as workability, durability etc., is called as concrete mix proportioning. The design of concrete mix is classified into following two types by IS 456:2000 (Clause 9) : …

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Properties of concrete

Conetnt of This Article  Properties of concrete : compressive strength,work-ability,Workability depends upon the following factors, The work ability can be measured by the following tests, Workability Requirements for Different Works,Durability Different Exposures with Normal Weight 20 mm Aggregates,Tensile Strength, Modulus of Elasticity, Poisson's Ratio, Creep, creep coefficient, Shrinkage, Freezing and Thawing, percentage of en trained …

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Concrete making materials Cement Aggregate and Water

Content of this article: Concrete making materials Cement: Ordinary portland cement, Rapid hardening Portland cement, Low heat Portland  cement,  Portland slag cement, Sulfate resisting cement, Portland pozzolana cement, white cement, Aggregate and Water Concrete Making Materials (1)       Cement Cement is the only chemically active ingredient of concrete which shows binding properties after reacting with water. …

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Requirements of good concrete mix and Grades of concrete

Content of this Article: Concrete, Requirements of good concrete mix, Grades of concrete, The characteristic compressive strength of concrete R.C.C. consists of concrete and reinforcing material. The strength of an R.C.C. section depends upon the kind of concrete and reinforcement used.   Concrete The properties of concrete depends upon the proportions and type of its …

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Analysis of a singly Reinforced beam

Content of this article:Learn In singly Reinforced beam Strain distribution,Stress distribution,Stress block parameters,Neutral axis depth,Limiting depth of neutral axis Analysis of a singly Reinforced beam singly Reinforced beam The beam that is longitudinally reinforced only in tension zone, it is known as singly reinforced beam. In Such beams, the ultimate bending moment and the tension …

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Advantages and disadvantages of Reinforced cement concrete (R.C.C)

In this article : Learn Plain cement concrete, Reinforced cement concrete, Composite action of steel and concrete, Uses of Reinforced concrete, Advantages of R.C.C. ,Disdvantages of R.C.C. Plain Cement Concrete Plain Cement Concrete is a hardened mass obtained from a mixture of cement, sand, gravel and water in definite proportions. These ingredients are mixed together …

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Characteristics of an ideal reinforcing material

Content of this article : Characteristics of an Ideal Reinforcing Material,Steel as Reinforcing Material has high tensile strength and elasticity.,Deformed Bars and Twisted Bars Characteristics of an Ideal Reinforcing Material The characteristics of an ideal reinforcing material are: It should be easily and cheaply available in bulk. It should possess high tensile stress and elasticity. …

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