Compute the maximum allowable concentrated live load, Civil Engineering

Given for the section shown in Figure,

M* = 250 kNm,

fsy = 500 MPa and

fc = 25 MPa.

Compute Ast and (if necessary) Asc. You may assume that each of Ast and Asc can be accommodated in a single layer (by bundled bars as necessary). And that f may be taken as 0.8.

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