# Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of Structures - Section 3 (Q.No. 1)

1.

If a concrete column 200 x 200 mm in cross-section is reinforced with four steel bars of 1200 mm

^{2}total cross-sectional area. Calculate the safe load for the column if permissible stress in concrete is 5 N/mm^{2}and*E*is 15_{s}*E*_{c}Discussion:

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Avinash said:
3 years ago

It's 284KN not 284MN.

Nuuui said:
3 years ago

As = 1200.

Ac = 38800. 6c=5.

Es = Ec.

We know that,

dL = PL/AE = 6L/E.

Here,

dLs = dLc.

6sLs/Es = 6cLc/Ec. Ls = Lc.

6s/Es = 6c/Ec.

6s/15Ec = 5/Ec.

6s = 5/Ec * 15Ec.

6s = 75.

Now,

P = 6sAs + 6cAc.

P = 75 * 1200 + 5 * 38800.

P = 284000N.

Ac = 38800. 6c=5.

Es = Ec.

We know that,

dL = PL/AE = 6L/E.

Here,

dLs = dLc.

6sLs/Es = 6cLc/Ec. Ls = Lc.

6s/Es = 6c/Ec.

6s/15Ec = 5/Ec.

6s = 5/Ec * 15Ec.

6s = 75.

Now,

P = 6sAs + 6cAc.

P = 75 * 1200 + 5 * 38800.

P = 284000N.

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Akshat kumar said:
4 years ago

As=1200.

Ac=38800. 6c=5.

Es=Ec.

We know that,

dL=PL/AE=6L/E.

Here,

dLs=dLc.

6sLs/Es=6cLc/Ec. Ls=Lc.

6s/Es=6c/Ec.

6s/15Ec=5/Ec.

6s=5/Ec*15Ec.

6s=75.

Now,

P=6sAs+6cAc.

P=75*1200+5*38800.

P=284000N.

Ac=38800. 6c=5.

Es=Ec.

We know that,

dL=PL/AE=6L/E.

Here,

dLs=dLc.

6sLs/Es=6cLc/Ec. Ls=Lc.

6s/Es=6c/Ec.

6s/15Ec=5/Ec.

6s=5/Ec*15Ec.

6s=75.

Now,

P=6sAs+6cAc.

P=75*1200+5*38800.

P=284000N.

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Govind Singh said:
5 years ago

Thank you, Nishant Jain, for giving an answer with placid explanation.

Roy said:
5 years ago

So,modular ratio is m=Es/Ec=15.

Stress in steel, t=mc=15*5 = 75mpa.

Stress in steel, t=mc=15*5 = 75mpa.

RAJU said:
5 years ago

Thank you @Maniesh.

Abhishek said:
5 years ago

Thank you for explaining.

Kisan prasad gaire said:
5 years ago

Excellent explanation, Thanks @Maniesh.

Maniesh said:
6 years ago

Stress= load/ area,

Stress in steel = load / area of steel and likewise same for concrete,

Es= permissible stress in steel/ strain in steel and likewise same for concrete,

strain in concrete and steel are same = permissible stress in steel/ Es= permissible stress in concrete/ Ec.

Es= 15Ec.

=permissible stress in steel= permissible stress in concrete/ Ec xEs =( 5 /Ec)x 15Ec= 75Mpa for steel.

Load = permissible Stress in steel x area of steel +permissible stress in concrete x area of concrete.

= 75 x 1200+ 5 x (200X200 -1200)= 284kN.

Stress in steel = load / area of steel and likewise same for concrete,

Es= permissible stress in steel/ strain in steel and likewise same for concrete,

strain in concrete and steel are same = permissible stress in steel/ Es= permissible stress in concrete/ Ec.

Es= 15Ec.

=permissible stress in steel= permissible stress in concrete/ Ec xEs =( 5 /Ec)x 15Ec= 75Mpa for steel.

Load = permissible Stress in steel x area of steel +permissible stress in concrete x area of concrete.

= 75 x 1200+ 5 x (200X200 -1200)= 284kN.

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Chulbul said:
6 years ago

As the elongations are equal, use the formula.

Strain= stress/Young's modulus.

Strain= stress/Young's modulus.

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