## Explain the analysis of singly reinforced rectangular beams, Civil Engineering

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Explain the Analysis of Singly Reinforced Rectangular Beams:

1. Determine the area of steel reinforcement, As. Multiply the number of bars by the area of each bar.

2. Calculate a = Asy/ 0.85.ƒ'c.b

3. Calculate the design moment capacity:

ΦMn = φ Asy (d-a/2)

• Where φ = 0.90 for flexure

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