# structural design 3 - model paper

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PAPER: Structural design 3
Common Question (Attempt any five):
(5*5=25)
1. What are the general principles of seismic design
2. What are the guidelines for earthquake resistant design
3. What is the concept of design of box culvert
4. Define pre tensioning &amp; post tensioning method
5. Why there is a need for pre stressing and what are the losses in pre stress
6. What are the forces required for the analysis of steel water tank and transmission towers
Unit- 1
1.
Write down the general specifications for ductile detailing in earth quake resistant
design as per IS 13920:1993.
(12.5)
2. A multi storey rigid jointed plane frame (Special RC moment resisting frame) with
number of stories 4 (G+3) with floor height 3.5 m, with a imposed load of 3.5 KN/m2 in
seismic zone 4 and type of soil as rocky. Concrete M 20 &amp; Steel Fe 415. Analyse the
frame using Response Spectrum method.
(12.5)
Unit 2
3. Design a cantilever retaining wall to retain a lever earth fill to 4.5 m above ground level.
The surcharge on the earth fill is 15 kN/m2. The angle of repose of soil is 300, unit weight
of soil is 16 KN/m3, coefficient of friction between soil and concrete is 0.6 and the safe
bearing capacity of soil is 150 KN/m2.use M 20 concrete and Fe 500 steel.
(25)
4. Design a counter fort type retaining wall to the following particulars:
a)
Height of the wall above the general G.L = 5.5m
b) Safe bearing capacity of soil = 160 KN/m2
c)
Angle of repose – 300
d) weight of soil is 16 KN/m3
e)
Spacing of counter fort = 3m centres
Use M20 Concrete &amp; Fe 415 Steel
(25)
5. Design a underground water tank reservoir 12m X 5m X 2.8m including a free board of
0.3 m. The dry density of soil is 16 KN/m3 and the angle of repose is 30. The outside soil
which is 0.3 m below the top of the tank wall may be taken as fully saturated up to its
full height. Use M 20 concrete and Fe 415 steel.
(25)
Unit -3
6. A rectangular beam 100mm wide by 250mm deep, spanning over 8m is prestressed by
straight cable carrying an effective prestressing force of 250 KN located at an
eccentricity of 40 mm. The beam supports a live load of 1.2kN/m. Calculate the resultant
stress distribution for the central cross section of the beam. Assume density of concrete
to be 125 kN/m3.
(12.5)
7. A post tensioned prestressed concrete beam is prestressed by 4 tendons of straight cable
of 300 mm2 area inch. Calculate the loss of prestress in the steel reinforcement due to
elastic shortening if each steel in tensioned to 1600 N/mm2 , if wires are tensioned one