Question

Design the shown beam; if it is given that

Dead load, *w _{d}* = 15 kN/m

Live load, *w _{L}* = 10 kN/m

Beam breadth *b* = 300 mm

Beam height, *h* = ℓ/21 mm

where; Span, *ℓ* = 9*; *and *S*
is the student serial number according to the following table. Use;
*f _{c}* = 35 Mpa and

Answer #1

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