1
GATE CE 2008
+1
-0.3
In the design of a reinforced concrete bean the requirement for bond is not getting satisfied. The economical option to satisfy the requirement for bond is by
A
Bundling of bars
B
Providing smaller diameter bars more in number
C
Providing larger diameter bars less in number
D
Providing same diameter bars more in number
2
GATE CE 2006
+1
-0.3
As per $$IS:$$ $$456$$-$$2000,$$ consider the following statements:

$$1.$$ The modular ratio considered in the working stress method depends on the type of steel used.
$$2.$$ There is an upper limit on the nominal shear stress in beams (even with shear reinforcement) due to the possibility of crushing of concrete in diagonal compression.
$$3.$$ A rectangular slab whose length is equal to its width may not be a two-way slab for some support conditions.

The TRUE statements are

A
$$1$$ and $$2$$
B
$$2$$ and $$3$$
C
$$1$$ and $$3$$
D
$$1,2$$ and $$3$$
3
GATE CE 1992
+1
-0.3
If $$\phi \, = \,$$ nominal diameter of reinforcing bar, $${f_s}\, =$$ compressive stress in the bar and $${f_{bd}}\, =$$ design bond stress of concrete, the anchorage length, $${L_a}$$ of straight bar in compression is equal to
A
$${L_s} = {{\phi {f_s}} \over {{f_{bd}}}}$$
B
$${L_s} = {{\phi {f_s}} \over {2{f_{bd}}}}$$
C
$${L_s} = {{\phi {f_s}} \over {\pi {f_{bd}}}}$$
D
$${L_a} = {{\phi {f_s}} \over {4{f_{bd}}}}$$
GATE CE Subjects
Construction Material and Management
Geomatics Engineering Or Surveying
Engineering Mechanics
Transportation Engineering
Strength of Materials Or Solid Mechanics
Reinforced Cement Concrete
Steel Structures
Irrigation
Environmental Engineering
Engineering Mathematics
Structural Analysis
Geotechnical Engineering
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines
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