Design the transverse shear reinforcement, Civil Engineering

Details of a simply-supported beam are given in Figures (a) and (b). Note that the dead load, g includes the self weight.

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Design the transverse shear reinforcement in terms of N12 ties @ s, the required spacing at the critical section which in this case may be taken at the appropriate support (not do from it). Use the same spacing throughout. Take fc = 32 MPa.

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