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GATE CE 2004
+2
-0.6
At the limit state of collapse, an $$RC$$ beam is subjected to flexural moment $$200$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$, shear force $$20$$ $$kN$$ and torque $$9$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$. The beam is $$300$$ $$mm$$ wide and has a gross depth of $$425$$ $$mm,$$ with an effective cover of $$25$$ $$mm$$. The equivalent nominal shear stress $$\left( {{\tau _{ve}}} \right)$$ as calculated by using the design code turns out to the lesser than the design shear strength $$\left( {{\tau _c}} \right)$$ of the concrete.

The equivalent shear force $$\left( {{V_e}} \right)$$ is

A
$$20$$ $$kN$$
B
$$54$$ $$kN$$
C
$$56$$ $$kN$$
D
$$68$$ $$kN$$
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GATE CE 2004
+2
-0.6
At the limit state of collapse, an $$RC$$ beam is subjected to flexural moment $$200$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$, shear force $$20$$ $$kN$$ and torque $$9$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$. The beam is $$300$$ $$mm$$ wide and has a gross depth of $$425$$ $$mm,$$ with an effective cover of $$25$$ $$mm$$. The equivalent nominal shear stress $$\left( {{\tau _{ve}}} \right)$$ as calculated by using the design code turns out to the lesser than the design shear strength $$\left( {{\tau _c}} \right)$$ of the concrete.

The equivalent flexural moment $${M_{{e_1}}}$$ for designing the longitudinal tension steel is

A
$$187$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$
B
$$200$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$
C
$$209$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$
D
$$213$$ $$kN$$-$$m$$
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Engineering Mechanics
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Environmental Engineering
Geotechnical Engineering
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines
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