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    The concrete beam design flow charts address the following subjects:
    For a rectangular beam with given dimensions: Analyzing the beam
    section to determine its moment strength and thus defining the beam
    section to be at one of the following cases:

    Case 1: Rectangular beam with tension reinforcement only. This
    case exists if the moment strength is larger that the ultimate
    (factored) moment.

    Case 2: Rectangular Beam with tension and compression
    reinforcement. This case may exist if the moment strength is l ess
    than the ultimate (factored) moment.

    For T-section concrete beam: Analyzing the beam T -section to determine
    its moment strength and thus defining the beam section to be one of the
    following cases:

    Case 1: The depth of the compression block is within the flanged
    portion of the beam, i.e, the neutral axis N.A. depth is less than the
    slab thinness, measured from the top of the slab. This case exists if
    moment strength is larger than ultimate moment.

    Case 2: The depth of the compression block is deeper t han the
    flange thickness, i.e. the neutral axis is located below the bottom of
    the slab. This case exists if the moment strength of T -section beam
    is less that the ultimate (factored) moment.

    Beam Section Shear Strength: two separate charts outline in det ails Shear
    check. One is a basic shear check, and two is detailed shear check, in
    order to handle repetitive beam shear reinforcement selection. See shear
    check introduction page for further details.
    In any of the cases mentioned above, detailed procedure s and equations



     


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    The concrete beam design flow charts address the following subjects:


    For a rectangular beam with given dimensions: Analyzing the beam
    section to determine its moment strength and thus defining the beam
    section to be at one of the following cases:


    Case 1: Rectangular beam with tension reinforcement only. This
    case exists if the moment strength is larger that the ultimate
    (factored) moment.


    Case 2: Rectangular Beam with tension and compression
    reinforcement. This case may exist if the moment strength is l ess
    than the ultimate (factored) moment.


    For T-section concrete beam: Analyzing the beam T -section to determine
    its moment strength and thus defining the beam section to be one of the
    following cases:


    Case 1: The depth of the compression block is within the flanged
    portion of the beam, i.e, the neutral axis N.A. depth is less than the
    slab thinness, measured from the top of the slab. This case exists if
    moment strength is larger than ultimate moment.


    Case 2: The depth of the compression block is deeper t han the
    flange thickness, i.e. the neutral axis is located below the bottom of
    the slab. This case exists if the moment strength of T -section beam
    is less that the ultimate (factored) moment.


    Beam Section Shear Strength: two separate charts outline in det ails Shear
    check. One is a basic shear check, and two is detailed shear check, in
    order to handle repetitive beam shear reinforcement selection. See shear
    check introduction page for further details.
    In any of the cases mentioned above, detailed procedure s and equations



     


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    The concrete beam design flow charts address the following subjects:
    For a rectangular beam with given dimensions: Analyzing the beam
    section to determine its moment strength and thus defining the beam
    section to be at one of the following cases:

    Case 1: Rectangular beam with tension reinforcement only. This
    case exists if the moment strength is larger that the ultimate
    (factored) moment.

    Case 2: Rectangular Beam with tension and compression
    reinforcement. This case may exist if the moment strength is l ess
    than the ultimate (factored) moment.

    For T-section concrete beam: Analyzing the beam T -section to determine
    its moment strength and thus defining the beam section to be one of the
    following cases:

    Case 1: The depth of the compression block is within the flanged
    portion of the beam, i.e, the neutral axis N.A. depth is less than the
    slab thinness, measured from the top of the slab. This case exists if
    moment strength is larger than ultimate moment.

    Case 2: The depth of the compression block is deeper t han the
    flange thickness, i.e. the neutral axis is located below the bottom of
    the slab. This case exists if the moment strength of T -section beam
    is less that the ultimate (factored) moment.

    Beam Section Shear Strength: two separate charts outline in det ails Shear
    check. One is a basic shear check, and two is detailed shear check, in
    order to handle repetitive beam shear reinforcement selection. See shear
    check introduction page for further details.
    In any of the cases mentioned above, detailed procedure s and equations



     


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