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Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

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File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate Analysis


Analysis Classification (AISC Design Guide #1)
Load Set: Load Set 1 Load Combination: 1.4D Support Strength, f'c = 4 Ksi Loaded Area, A1 = 484 in^2 Support Area, A2 =The largest area contained on the support that is geometrically similar to and concentric with the loaded area. A2 = 484 in^2 (ACI 10.17.1) = 2.21 Ksi Pu = 140 K (Compression is positive) Mun = 0 K-ft0 in Mub = 116.67 K-ft-10. in Edge Lengths: B = 22 in N = 22 in^2 (Equations 3.3.7) N direction: = 9.5603 in vs. eN = -10. in B direction: = 9.5603 in vs. eB = 0 in Classification: Axial Compression with a Large Moment in the strong direction.
Design Guide #1 sign convention Loads and eccentricities shown in positive direction

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Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

IES Employee, IES

File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate w/ Large Strong-Axis Moment (AISC Design Guide #1, Section 3.4)
Load Set: Load Set 1 Load Combination: 1.4D Base Plate Parameters: B = 22 in, N = 22 in, f = 9.5 in, Pu = 140 K, eN = 10. in For large moments, fpu = f fpn (See Support Bearing Capacity) fpu = 2.21 Ksi Check Base Plate Dimensions:

420.25 in^2 > 112.3 in^2 Calculate Bearing Length, Y:

Base Plate area is adequate


Base plate with large moment (Fig. 3.4.1 AISC Design Guide #1)

= 2.9515 in Base Plate Bending Demand: Tension Interface = 2.21 Ksi * 22 in * 2.9515 in - 140 K = 3.501 K Moment arm for tension anchor group, x = 3.4675 in w = Effective width for tension anchor group, where the load distributes at 45 degree angles w = 16.87 in = 0.71959 ft-K/ft Base Plate Bending Demand: Bearing Interface Column Depth, d = 12.7 in Column Width, b = 12.2 in Depth Reduction Factor, a = 0.95 (sect 3.1.3) Width Reduction Factor, g = 0.95 (sect 3.1.3) = 4.9675 in = 6.12 in Mu(n) calculation is a crude attempt at including some 2-way bending in the analysis. The approach is based on the note at the end of section 3.4.2. = 2.21 Ksi * 6.12 in^2.0 / 2.0 = 41.387 ft-K/ft Since Y < m = 2.21 Ksi * 2.9515 in * (4.9675 in - 2.9515 in / 2.0) = 22.776 ft-K/ft Mu(Bearing) = 41.387 ft-K/ft Controlling Mu = max( 0.71959 ft-K/ft , 41.387 ft-K/ft) = 41.387 ft-K/ft
Page 2 of 3 VAConnect 1.00.0000 www.iesweb.com Figure shows bending lines of column and illustrates base plate under strong axis bending. Effective width shown by dashed lines.

Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

IES Employee, IES

File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate Design


Support Bearing Capacity (ACI 318-08 10.14.1)
Load Set: Load Set 1 Load Combination: 1.4D fpu = 2.21 Ksi = 2.21 Ksi

f = 0.65
Support Strength, f'c = 4 Ksi Loaded Area, A1 = 484 in^2 Support Area, A2 = 484.01 in^2 (The largest area contained on the support that is geometrically similar to and concentric with the loaded area) Unity = fpu / (ffpn) = 1.000

Plate Bending (AISC 360-10 F11)


Load Set: Load Set 1 Load Combination: 1.4D Mu = 3.4489 K-ft
(Eqn F11-1)

For rectangular sections, 1.6 * My will not control

f = 0.90 , Fy = 36 Ksi, t = 2.5 in, w = width = 1 in fMn = 4.2188 K-ft Unity = Mu / (f * Mn) = 0.818

Base Plate Detailing (AISC 360-10 J3)


Messages: Bolt spacing is adequate. Bolt edge distances are adequate.

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