Why Do We Provide More No. of Stirrups at the Ends of Beam ? Why Do We Provide Less Spacing To Stirrups At Beam Ends ?

Why Do We Provide More No. of Stirrups at the Ends of Beam ? Why Do We Provide Less Spacing To Stirrups At Beam Ends ?4.8 (96%) 5 votes Have you ever seen reinforcement provided in beam ? Typical Reinforcement of beam is provided as shown in following figure ; As you can see, the…


Types of Loads in Structural Engineering.

Types of Loads in Structural Engineering.Rate This Post Apart from physical loads(Types of physical loads acting on structure) , loads on structure can be classified with respect to their loading behaviour as follows; Concentrated Load / Point Load Uniformly Distributed Load (UDL) Uniformly Varying Load (UVL) Couple Load Bracket Load 1. Concentrated Load / Point…


Stress Strain Curve for Steel & Concrete |It’s significance | Explained in Simple way

Stress Strain Curve for Steel & Concrete |It’s significance | Explained in Simple wayRate This Post What is mean by stress-strain curve ? Take a rubber band and hold it with both hands. Now pull it, first the rubber will elongate to some extent, keep pulling, at certain point the rubber band will break (careful…


General Assumptions in Civil Engineering Design and Their Meaning

General Assumptions in Civil Engineering Design and Their Meaning4.4 (88%) 15 votes Following are the some of the common/general assumption used while designing a structure, Section material is homogenous & isotropic Self weight of section is neglected. Superposition Principle is valid. Plane section remains plane after bending. Tensile strength of concrete is ignored. There is…


What is Mean By Poisson’s Ratio | It’s Significance & Use

The name Poisson’s Ratio came from it’s author Simeon Poisson.  Poisson’s Ration is the standard(unit) used to express the Poisson effect.


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