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
$${L_a} = {{\phi {f_s}} \over {4{f_{bd}}}}$$
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