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Basic Difference between WSD and USD Method of Reinforced Concrete

Hello Everyone,Thank for your interest to read my article .Today I will share some Basic Differences of WSD(Working Stress Design )  Method and USD (Ultimate Stress Design)  Method of reinforced Concrete.

At First we need to know What is Exactly WSD and USD Method in reinforced Concrete  ?

You got the Basic Definition of Working Stress Design and Ultimate Stress Design and their Assumptions in my another articles .

WSD(Working Stress Design ) Definition and Assumption   and USD (Ultimate Stress Design)Defination and Assumption

 

The Difference between Working Stress Design and Ultimate Stress Design  method of Reinforced Concrete Are ,,

USD(Ultimate Stress Design)  Method WSD(Working Stress Design) Method
Its primarily based on strength concept of Concrete Its based on the linear theory or elastic theory .
Its Consider to Design  Critical Combination of load  Its Consider to Design  carrying load
Its Designing to elastic behavior of materials .  Its Designing to plastic behavior of materials
Materials strength to be used for member Design .  Modular Ratio used for member Design
Stability of Structure is more then WSD Stability of Structure is less then USD
Low Cost Design Method High Cost Design Method

 

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