M 3: (20 points) Design the stirrup spacing for the beam shown below. Change your design between ...
m 3: (20 points) Design the stirrup spacing for the beam shown below. Change your design between Zones 1, 2, and 3 of the beam length, using a uniform spacing in each zone. Ignore the self-weight of the beam. Loads on the beam are service loads so load factors must be applied according to ACI 318 (subscripts "d" and T" denote dead and live loads, respectively). Material strengths are fe 4,0oo psi and fy 60,000 psi. The total factored shear diagram from the applied dead plus live loads is given below. Use No. 4 stirrups. Show your results on a drawing of the beam length. Use the simple equation for Ve. Pa 30 kips P 45 kips Pa 10 kips P,-15 kips 16 in. 2-No. 3 bars Zone Zone 2 e 3 寸 10 feet10 feet 30 feet 10feet 3-No. 8 bars 84 kips 24 kips 60 kips
m 3: (20 points) Design the stirrup spacing for the beam shown below. Change your design between Zones 1, 2, and 3 of the beam length, using a uniform spacing in each zone. Ignore the self-weight of the beam. Loads on the beam are service loads so load factors must be applied according to ACI 318 (subscripts "d" and T" denote dead and live loads, respectively). Material strengths are fe 4,0oo psi and fy 60,000 psi. The total factored shear diagram from the applied dead plus live loads is given below. Use No. 4 stirrups. Show your results on a drawing of the beam length. Use the simple equation for Ve. Pa 30 kips P 45 kips Pa 10 kips P,-15 kips 16 in. 2-No. 3 bars Zone Zone 2 e 3 寸 10 feet10 feet 30 feet 10feet 3-No. 8 bars 84 kips 24 kips 60 kips