Upcoming SlideShare
×

# T beam wsd method singly and doubly reinforcement

686 views

Published on

10.01.03.045 , T beam , WSD method : Singly and doubly reinforcement

Published in: Education
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
• Full Name
Comment goes here.

Are you sure you want to Yes No
• thank u very much This is very helpful to me

Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
• dst tor presentation ta suna hoilo na....afsos theke galo....

Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
Views
Total views
686
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
35
2
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

### T beam wsd method singly and doubly reinforcement

1. 1. Welcome To The Presentation Based On T-beam :WSD Method Singly And Doubly Reinforced
2. 2. • Course Tile: Pre-stressed Concrete Sessional • Course No. :CE 416 Presented by Md. Muntasir Rahman ID No. :10.01.03.045
3. 3. T Beam • Monolithically casted slab, part of slab act as a part of beam • Resist longitudinal compression force in a positive moment zone and from a T-section
4. 4. Figure : T beam
5. 5. Taction Where positive bending moment occurs
6. 6. Why T Beam occurs in +ve moment zone In +ve moment zone T.Z situated in bottom part and C.Z occurs in Top part .So ,The extra part of slab Strengthen the C.Z
7. 7. Type Based on Effective Flange Width
8. 8. Type Based on Effective Flange Width 1)Beam having slabs on both sides 2)Beam having slabs on one side 3) Isolated beam
9. 9. WSD method The Design load is Actual load Structure’s nominal Stress all should be in the elastic limit
10. 10. Steel Sress strain curve The material Stress must be in the elastic zone
11. 11. WSD method In WSD Method , Stress diagram always linear
12. 12. Singly And Doubly Reinforced beam From previous figure • In singly Beam rebar is only in the tension zone • doubly reinforcement is in both tension and compression zone ,because it can not develop the compressive force to resist the maximum moment .so, Additional rebar is added in the C.Z
13. 13. Design Procedure
14. 14. Design Procedure
15. 15. Design procedure
16. 16. Design procedure