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VIII Semester B.E. (Civil) Degree Examination, January 2013 (Y2K6 Scheme) CE 803 : PRESTRESSED CONCRETE Time : 3 Hours

Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : 1) Answer any five full questions. 2) Use of IS 1343 permitted. 3) Assume any missing data, suitably. 1. a) What is prestressing and what are its advantages ?

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b) Explain the need for high strength concrete and high tensile steel in prestressed concrete.

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c) Distinguish between Pretensioning and Post tensioning in PSC members.

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d) Explain with a neat sketch Fressynet system of prestressing.

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2. a) Explain the concept of pressure line, what is its advantages ?

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b) A concrete beam of symmetrical I section has a span of 8 m and width and thickness of flanges equal to 200 mm and 60 mm respectively. Overall depth of the beam is 400 mm. Thickness of web is 80 mm. Beam is prestressed by a parabolic cable with an eccentricity of 150 mm at the centre and zero at the supports, with an effective prestressing force of 900 kN. Live load on the beam is 2 kN/m. Draw the stress distribution diagrams at the central section for i) Prestress + Self weight ii) Prestress + Self weight + Live load Given density of concrete 24 kN/m3.

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3. a) List out the different types of losses that occurs in PSC members and explain the loss due to length and curvature of cable.

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b) A PSC beam 250 mm wide and 400 mm deep is prestressed with wires of area 400 mm2 located at a constant eccentricity of 50 mm. The initial stress in the wires is 1000 MPa. Beam is simply supported over a span of 12 m. Calculate the loss of stress in wires if the beam is post tensioned. Given ES = 210 KN/mm2, EC = 35 KN/mm2 Shrinkage of concrete = 0.00025, Creep coefficient φ = 1.6, Slip at anchorage = 2 mm, Relaxation of steel stress = 5% and frictional coefficient for wave effect = 0.0015/m. 12 4. a) Explain the concept of load balancing and how it is useful.

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b) A PSC beam 400 × 300 mm has a span of 9 m. Beam supports two point loads 30 kN each at middle third points. If the eccentricity at middle third portion is 100 mm suggest a suitable cable profile. Calculate the effective prestressing force required to balance the bending effect of the loads. If the resultant tensile stress at mid span is to be made zero due to prestress, self weight and imposed load, calculate the initial prestressing force in the cable for the above profile. 14 5. a) Discuss the effect of simultaneous and successive tensioning of wires in PSC.

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b) A concrete beam AB of span 12 m is post tensioned by a cable which is concentric at supports and has an eccentricity of 200 mm in the middle third span with a linear variation towards the supports. If the cable is tensioned at the jacking end A, what should be the jacking stress in wires if the stress at 14 B is to be 1000 N/mm2 ? Assume μ = 0.55 and K = 0.0015/m. 6. a) Explain the different factors influencing deflections and explain any two in detail.

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b) A rectangular beam 200 × 400 mm is simply supported over a span of 10 m. Position of parabolic pre-stressing cable is 80 mm from soffit at mid span and 125 mm from top at supports. If the force in the cable is 400 KN and fck = 38 MPa, calculate : i) Deflection at mid span when the beam is supporting self weight. ii) The magnitude of central concentrated load which restores the beam at midspan to the level of supports.

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7. a) Explain the factors which affect shear in a prestressed concrete member.

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b) A PSC beam 250 mm wide and 150 mm deep is subjected to shearing force of 900 KN. The fibre stress under working loads is 4 N/mm2. If the effective prestress is 1000 N/mm2, design the shear reinforcement. Cable is inclined at an angle of sin θ = 16 , grade of concrete is M40. Adopt IS code method. 14 8. a) Explain various types of flexural failures in PSC members.

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b) A post tensioned PSC beam of rectangular section 250 mm wide is to be designed for an imposed load of 12 KN/m, uniformly distributed on a span of 12 m. Stress in concrete must not exceed 17 N/mm2 in compression and 1.4 N/mm2 in tension at any time and loss of prestress may be assumed as 15%. Calculate minimum possible depth of the beam and for the section provided, the minimum prestressing force and the corresponding eccentricity. 14 ______________

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