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LOAD ON COLUMN -

SC1

( Top of column EL 182.3 )

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Load from lime tank long wall as beam Load from lime tank short wall as beam SW of column = 0.3 x 0.30 x

= = 1.00 182.3 x -181.3

10.6 3.4

T T

10.6 T 3.4 T

2.50 T/m^3

0.225 T

Total Load

SAY
Total load on column (P) = Earthquake base shear = 7% Base shear (Vb) = 0.070 x 14.30 = 1.00 T 14.300 T

14.225 T 14.300 T

BM in column (using portal method ) M= Base shear X le 2 X 1.00 2 = 0.50 Tm

M=

1.00

Column is considered as Unbraced column.

( As per BS 8110-1:1997 cl.3.8.1.5 )

Effective height of column : le = blo ( lo = Clear height between end restraints ) lo = 182.3 -181.3 -0.2 = 0.8 m

As per BS 8110-1:1997 cl.3.8.1.6.1

' b ' for unbraced column with end condition @ top as 1 & end condition @ bottom as 1 b = 1.2 ( As per table 3.20 of BS 8110-1:1997 ) le = = 1.2 0.96 x m 0.80

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Design of Column with biaxial bending. Column No = SC1

Input data : UNFACTORED LOAD (P) MOMENT DUE TO EARTHQUAKE

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14.30 T 0.501 Tm

Column Size => Length (D) = 300 mm breadth (B) = 300 mm Concrete Grade = M 35 N/sqmm Effective Length for bending parallel to => 0.960 Larger dimensions (lex) = 0.960 Shorter dimensions (ley) = Load factor DL = 1.4 LL = 1.6 0.80 Unsupported Length (lux) = 0.80 Unsupported Length (luy) = Loading => 196.40 Factored Load (N) = Kn Factored Moment in direction of => 6.89 Larger direction Moment = Shorter direction Moment = 0

m m

m m

Kn-m Kn-m

Reinforcement will be distributed equally on four sides. lex/D = ley/B = 3.20 3.20 < < 10 10 Result Not Slender Not Slender ( As per BS 8110-1:1997 Cl.3.8.1.3 )

Hence column is Not Slender From (clause 3.8.8.1) of BS 8110-1:1997 For lex/D = 3.20 .. Value of ex/D = ley/B = 3.20 .. Value of ey/B = Hence, Additional moments due to slenderness, Assume dia of bar = Cover (d') = d = INITITAL MOMENTS: Mux" = Muy" = Calculating minimum eccentricity moments, ex = ( 0.05 x B ) = ey = (0.05 x B ) = final eccentricity, ex = 20.00 mm ey = 20.00 mm 16 mm 48 mm 252

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( CLEAR COVER =

40

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6.89 Kn-m 1 0 Kn-m. 2

15.00 mm < 15.00 mm <

20 mm 20 mm

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Moments due to minimum eccentricity : Mux" = N X ex = 196.4 x 0.02 = Muy" = N X ey = 196.4 x 0.02 = Hence initial moments will be higher of 1,2 and 3,4 above Mux" = Muy" = 6.89 Kn-m higher of 1 and 3 3.93 Kn-m higher of 2 and 4

3.93 Kn-m.3 3.93 Kn-m 4

Total Moments for which column is to be designed , Mux = Max + Mux" = Muy = May + Muy" = 0 + 6.89 0 + 3.93 = = 6.89 Kn-m 3.93 Kn-m [Adding slenderness moment] [Adding slenderness moment]

As per eqn 40 of BS 8110-1:1997 For Mx/h' > My/b' Mx h' N b*h*fcu 6.890 252 = = Mx' = Mx + b * ( h'/b, ) * My = 0.03 My b' 196.40 X 10^3 300 x 35 3.930 252 = 0.02

300
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From table 3.8.6 of BS 8110-1:1997 b = 1 Hence , Mx' = = Column to be designed for , N = Mx' = M bh^2 196.400 10.82 = = N bh = From chart 33 of BS 8110-3:1985
For , fcu = fy = d/h = 100 As bh As = 35 460 0.84 = 0.4 360 mm^2

6.89

1.00

300 x 300

3.93

10.820 Kn-m

Kn Kn-m 10.82 x 10^6 300 x 300 0.401 196.40 x 10^3 300 x 300 2.18 ^2

4 0

nos. (Provided Ast. =

16 tor 804 mm^2)