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Difference Between Singly Reinforced and Doubly Reinforced Beams. Explain with Neat Sketch



For a Beam, It is necessary to provide Reinforcement(Steel Bars) in Compression and Tension zone. In a beam, If the reinforcement is only in tension zone then it is called Singly Reinforcement Beam and if the reinforcement is both at Tension and Compression zone then it is called Doubly reinforced Beam. In both case, there will be rod in tension and compression zone. This is because, it is not possible to form a Beam structure without stirrups. To hold the stirrups in standing position, it is necessary to place two reinforcement in compression zone of singly reinforced Beam.. However, those two will never carry or pass loads in its body and it is just dummy. In a Beam, the top section is called Compression zone and the bottom section is called Tension zone. The figure shows the complete difference between Singly Reinforcement and Doubly Reinforcement Beam













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