ALLInterview.com :: Home Page            
 Advertise your Business Here     
Browse  |   Placement Papers  |   Company  |   Code Snippets  |   Certifications  |   Visa Questions
Post Question  |   Post Answer  |   My Panel  |   Search  |   Articles  |   Topics  |   ERRORS new
   Refer this Site  Refer This Site to Your Friends  Site Map  Bookmark this Site  Set it as your HomePage  Contact Us     Login  |  Sign Up                      
Google
   
 
Categories >> Engineering >> Civil Engineering
 
 


 

 
 Civil Engineering interview questions  Civil Engineering Interview Questions (3113)
 Mechanical Engineering interview questions  Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions (3298)
 Electrical Engineering interview questions  Electrical Engineering Interview Questions (13418)
 Electronics Communications interview questions  Electronics Communications Interview Questions (2382)
 Chemical Engineering interview questions  Chemical Engineering Interview Questions (420)
 Aeronautical Engineering interview questions  Aeronautical Engineering Interview Questions (77)
 Bio Engineering interview questions  Bio Engineering Interview Questions (17)
 Metallurgy interview questions  Metallurgy Interview Questions (80)
 Industrial Engineering interview questions  Industrial Engineering Interview Questions (165)
 Instrumentation interview questions  Instrumentation Interview Questions (2393)
 Automobile Engineering interview questions  Automobile Engineering Interview Questions (107)
 Mechatronics Engineering interview questions  Mechatronics Engineering Interview Questions (38)
 Marine Engineering interview questions  Marine Engineering Interview Questions (45)
 Power Plant Engineering interview questions  Power Plant Engineering Interview Questions (78)
 Engineering AllOther interview questions  Engineering AllOther Interview Questions (1202)
Question
Why bent up bars provided in R.C.C slab
 Question Submitted By :: Civil-Engineering
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
 
Answer
# 1
it is actually economization of material. normally, for
fixed ended beams positive (sagging) moments are present at
the mid span and negative (hogging) moments at the supports.
so bottom steel is required at the mid span and top steel
resists negative moments at the supports. a bent-up is
provided to take the steel on the top at supports as bottom
steel is not normally required at at the supports (only
nominal steel is sufficient). hope it'd help!
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    130 Yes 6 No
Agha Zafar
 
Answer
# 2
to resist the shear created at corner 
Is This Answer Correct ?    76 Yes 20 No
B.baba
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
Bent up bars (Cranked bars) in slabs are provided to resist
the negative moment (Hogging BM) produced at supports
(beams).
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    38 Yes 1 No
Mustafa Mohammed Layeak
 
Answer
# 4
to resist negative moment 
Is This Answer Correct ?    12 Yes 1 No
Srinivasan
 
Answer
# 5
To resist negative moment . 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 0 No
Adeel Shahzad
 
Answer
# 6
These are main reinforcement bent up at suitable angle generally 45degree ,
these are only provided with shear reinforcement.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 0 No
Ritesh
 
Answer
# 7
the bars are needed to avoide the bending moment,so the
cover provided is very large in some spans,the shears
double its speed as its age carries beyound 28 days causing
cracks in many beams, columns, so on, it is purely needed
for the negative + moment on the ends to crack it like a
crack jack biscuit, you have a jig and puzz to solve the
pozzle, the 40mm and 90mm low waist jeans type hanging is
what required for the howay beam when Formula of

Beam depth = 30mm* (F*ck + root of 149 carrot inside the
is emerging ,that moment the carrot rises to 90
degree shot with a temperature of 70 degrees celcius ),the
bending moment sags as soon as the juice is over...
negative bending moment happens.

Now, yield strength of steel rod... when its hot then it is
highly hot ..strength reches beyond
aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh uuuuuuuuuuumuuuuuuuuuuuhaaaaaaaaa

so team members avoid learning frm net use your own brains
n live happily...

Warning team from Azabudaas da elmita borosta
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 10 No
Hakamuda El Jabaanu
 
Answer
# 8
to increase the punching shear strength
of flat slabs
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 6 No
Nandlal Kumar Pandit
 
Answer
# 9
To resist shear Moment 
Is This Answer Correct ?    13 Yes 20 No
Afsar Ansari
 
Answer
# 10
beacause cement can bear compression bt not tension so therefore to withstand tension reinforcement is provided..!! 
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 29 No
Sakshi Arora
 

 
 
 
Other Civil Engineering Interview Questions
 
  Question Asked @ Answers
 
Types of Water Proofing Material?   2
weight rcc m30 Jindal 4
What is the difference between Autodesk revit structure and STAAD pro.? How much it is useful to structural engineer in modelling, analysis & design of RCC and Structural steel structures than STAAD pro.? L&T 2
curing of concrete why 7day's,14day's 21day's 28days Gammon 4
Do you expect there to be many jobs for civil engineers going into the future? What are the three main drawbacks of being a civil engineer? What are the three best things about being a Civil engineer? What amount of vacation time is available to you? Is the time paid? What are the usual hours of work required? Is it possible, or common, to work from home? How much time do you spend on the site of your projects? What type of schooling is required to be a civil engineer? How many years are required to complete this education?   5
How calculate the material in concrete mix in ratio 1:2:4 ?   3
list out various type of codes:-   2
MEANING OF M20 AND M200 CONCRETE   7
what is the logical concrete mix design for M 30 Grade and the cement consumption per M3   7
what do you mean by ssd how it calculated   2
how much quantity a skilled labour and unskilled does Pcc per day, if ratio is(1:2:4)   3
what is meant by MIS report HCC 7
 
For more Civil Engineering Interview Questions Click Here 
 
 
 
 
 


   
Copyright Policy  |  Terms of Service  |  Articles  |  Site Map  |  RSS Site Map  |  Contact Us
   
Copyright 2013  ALLInterview.com.  All Rights Reserved.

ALLInterview.com   ::  KalAajKal.com