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ES!"N FACT SHEET

#- CO ES $ STAN A% S

#- ST%UCTU%AL S&STEM CONCE'TUAL ES!"N &'( )uper structure &'& Foundation &'3 *ateral loads analysis

(CONC%ETE CHA%ACTE%!ST!CS 3'( Materials 3'& Plain Concrete 3'3 Reinforced Concrete 3'+ Ready Mi# Concrete 3', Curing 3'- .atertig t Construction 3'/ Form0or1

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1- ES!"N FACT SHEET Appli+a,le Co-es Editions Hospital Buil-in. (228 of Stru+tural System 4)uperstructure7 Stru+tural System 4Foundation7 Egyptian Code of Practice ! ECP &22/, &223 3 floors 4Basement 5 6round 5 First7 co%ering BFP 5 + typical floors co%ering 328 of BFP Flat plates 4&, cm t ic1.7 Rigid RC raft rested on piles di%ided in 437 regions 4", B, 9 C7 %e.ion A/ -2 cm t ic1. Raft rested on piles dia. ,2 cm and &3.22m long ! (.32m pile pitc . %e.ion B/ :2 cm t ic1. Raft rested on piles dia. -2 cm and &2.22m long ! (.32m pile pitc . %e.ion C/ -2 cm t ic1. Raft rested on piles dia. ,2 cm and &3.22m long ! (.32m pile pitc .

Typi+al Stru+tural "ri- Mo-ule 4-.22#/.,27 m E0pansion 1oints esi.n Loa-s &.+2 ton;m3 ton;m
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E%ery (,22 m& as s o0n on dra0ings Plain Concrete Reinforced Concrete *ean Concrete ton;m3 Bac1'Filling )oil Roofing gra%el 4for 6)<7 H="C, Ceiling duct0or1 Flooring load Partitions >ric1 0all (.32 ton;m3 &.&2 ton;m3 2.(, ton;m& 2.(, ton;m& (.32 ton;m3 &,2 ?g;m& &.,2 &.&2

Live Loa-s

Patients rooms

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Radio 4@'ray7 rooms ?g;m


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+22 +22 +22 ?g;m& +22 ,22 (22 ?g;m& 32 ?g;m&.

)urgery rooms ?g;m& )tairs, corridors and >alconies ?g;m


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Restaurants, cafA and >raying alls < eatre and conference alls ?g;m& Roof floors .ind load intensity

Eart qua1e loads according to t e ECP &22/. #- CO ES $ STAN A% S Egyptian code for loads &223 edition. Egyptian code for design 9 construction of reinforced concrete structures &22/ edition. Egyptian code for design 9 construction of steel structures &22/ edition. Egyptian code for structural detailing &22/ edition.

(- ST%UCTU%AL S&STEM CONCE'TUAL (-1 Super stru+ture

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< e Hospitals >uilding 0ill consist of 3 floors 4Basement 5 6round 5 First7 co%ering t e 0 ole area 5 + typical floors co%ering a>out 328 only of t e 0 ole area. "ccording to t e arc itectural and MEP requirements of t e proBect, t e most suita>le structural system could >e used is t e reinforced concrete flat plates rested on columns, cores and s ear 0alls >ecause of t e ser%ices facilities as incurred li1e H="C ducts, medical gases net0or1, 0ater supply and sanitary net0or1s 0 ic conclude to a%e flat sla>s 0it out intermediate >eams may o>struct its suggested layout. < e >uilding 0ill >e di%ided >y arranged e#pansion Boints into parts a%ing ma#. a%erage area (,22m& eac respecting t e arc itectural design requirements. Flat plates are one of t e most commonly used structural systems in residential >uildings, otels, commercial >uildings, ospitals and office >uildings. Flat plates are solid concrete sla>s of uniform t ic1ness t at transfer t e load directly to t e
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columns 0it out t e presence of proBected >eams, drop panels or column capitals as s o0n in fig.4(7. < e ease of construction is one of t e important aspects t at ma1e flat sla> systems a %ery attracti%e solution. "rc itects prefer t is system >ecause of its fle#i>ility for t e columnsC arrangement and partitions 0it no o>struction of lig t or any ser%icesC ducts 0or1s.

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Flat )la>s may >e analyDed and designed >y any met od t at ensures t at all t e strengt and ser%icea>ility requirements of t e ECP &22/ are satisfied. < e steps necessary to perform t e designs are >riefly summariDed as follo0sE

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C oose t e appropriate flat sla> system according to t e intensity of t e li%e load and arc itectural requirements. Estimate t e sla> t ic1ness according to ECP requirements. Calculate t e total static moment to >e resisted in t e t0o directions. Distri>ute t e static moment >et0een column strip and field strip. Di%ide t e resulting moments >y strip 0idt to o>tain t e moment per meter. Design reinforcement. t e sections to get required

Design t e sla> against punc ing.

The ,asi+ stru+tural -esi.n +on+ept +oul- ,e summari5e- in points as 6ollo7s/ 0ill >e used. " flat sla> 0it t ic1ness &, cm 40it or 0it out marginal >eams7 could >e c osen concerning t e applied ea%y li%e and ceiling loads. < e e#pected reinforcement percentage 0ill >e a>out (32 1g;m3. Columns, cores and s ear 0alls reinforcement percentage 0ill >e a>out (,2 1g;m3. Moduled columns grid 4-.22#/.,27 m spacing

< e mentioned structural design concept is >ased on a specific design loads criteria could >e detailed as follo0sE Plain Concrete &.+2 ton;m3 Reinforced Concrete &.,2 ton;m3 *ean Concrete &.&2 ton;m3

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Bac1'Filling )oil (.32 ton;m3 Roofing gra%el 4for 6)<7 &.&2 ton;m3 H="C, Ceiling duct0or1 2.(, ton;m& Flooring load 2.(, ton;m& Partitions >ric1 0all (.32 ton;m3

< e assumed *i%e loads 0ill >e ta1en as follo0sE Patients rooms &,2 ?g;m& Radio 4@'ray7 rooms +22 ?g; m& )urgery rooms +22 ?g;m& )tairs, corridors and >alconies +22 ?g;m& Restaurants, cafA and >raying alls +22 ?g;m& < eatre and conference alls ,22 ?g;m& Roof floors (22 ?g;m& .ind load intensity 32 ?g;m& Eart qua1e loads according to t e ECP &22/.

"ll mentioned loads and consequent load com>inations 0ill >e applied according to t e ECP &22/ recommendations.

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(-# Foun-ation "ccording to t e recommendations of t e supplied soil in%estigation report a rigid raft rested on piles 0ill >e used 4Piles7. < e foundation plan is di%ided into 3 regions ", B, C. For region 4"7 raft foundation 0it t ic1ness -2 cm rested on piles ,2 cm in diameter and allo0a>le 0or1ing pile load -2 ton, 0 ere t e pile lengt not less t an &3.22m. < e piles 0ill >e arranged as a mes 0it pilesC pitc (.32m. For region 4B7 raft foundation 0it t ic1ness :2 cm rested on piles -2 cm diameter and allo0a>le 0or1ing pile load -2 ton, 0 ere t e pile lengt not less t an &2.22m. < e piles 0ill >e arranged as a mes 0it pilesC pitc (.32m. For region 4C7 raft foundation 0it t ic1ness -2 cm rested on piles ,2 cm in diameter and allo0a>le 0or1ing pile load -2 ton, 0 ere t e pile lengt not less t an &3.22m. < e piles 0ill >e arranged as a mes 0it pilesC pitc (.32m.

(-( Lateral loa-s analysis For all parts of t e >uilding continued only till t e second floor le%el, t e effect of lateral loads could >e neglected. For t e parts continued till t e /t floor le%el 4represents a>out 328 of t e >uilding area7 t e effect of lateral loads could >e resisted in t e t0o direction >y means of a 0ell selected s ear 0alls 5 cores matc ing t e arc itectural requirements 0 ic 0ill >e considered as rigid enoug elements a>le to resist t e lateral loads due to 0ind or eart qua1e. "lso due omogeneous arrangement of columns, multi story R.C frames assuming t e sla>s as rafters could >e considered as resisting elements against t e lateral loads effect.

8- CONC%ETE )O%*S CHA%ACTE%!ST!CS 8-1 Materials - %ein6or+ement Hig tensile steel )< 43-;,&7 0it yield stress not less t an 3-22 ?g;cm& for >ars diam. (2 mm or more. Mild steel )< 4&+;3/7 0it yield stress not less t an &+22 ?g;cm& for >ars diam. 3 mm or less.

- Cement

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Frdinary Portland cement 0ill >e used for all concrete 0or1s a>o%e t e natural ground le%el.

Cement type must comply 0it t e appropriate Egyptian Code for Design and construction of reinforced concrete structures &22/. - A..re.ates Fine and coarse aggregates for concrete s all comply 0it Egyptian Code for Design and construction of reinforced concrete structures &22/. Got0it standing suc compliance, t e nature and particle s ape of t e aggregate must >e suc as to ensure t at t e necessary strengt and 0or1a>ility requirements can >e met. < e fine aggregate s all consist of clean 0as ed sand, 0 ile t e coarse aggregate s all consist of crus ed or natural gra%el or s ingle or of crus ed limestone roc1, to t e EngineerCs appro%al. "ggregates s all not contain any deleterious matter eit er in any form or sufficient quantity suc as to ad%ersely affect t e strengt and dura>ility of t e concrete.

- )ater Mi#ing 0ater for concrete and 0ater for spraying aggregates and s utters, for curing and li1e purposes s all >e from a source appro%ed >y t e Engineer. < e 0ater s all >e clean, fres , and free from oil, organic matter and ot er deleterious su>stances. .ater for concreting s all not contain more t an (222 parts per million sulp ates 4)F37 nor more t an ,22 parts per million of c lorides. - A-mi0tures < e use of admi#tures and additi%es to promote 0or1a>ility or any ot er purpose s all only >e allo0ed 0it t e prior appro%al in 0riting of t e Engineer. . ere suc appro%al is gi%en, t e additi%e s all >e applied strictly in accordance 0it t e manufacturerCs recommendation.

8-# 'lain Con+rete Plain concrete used for foundation 0or1s 0ill a%e C aracteristic cu>e strengt Fcu &3 not less t an &&2 ?g;cm&.

8-( %ein6or+ement Con+rete

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Reinforcement concrete used for different structural elements 0ill a%e C aracteristic cu>e strengt Fcu&3 grades as follo0sE le%el, retaining 0all Piles, Pile Caps, connecting sla> at foundation 322 ?g;cm&. R.C )la>s and >eams and stairs 322 ?g;cm&. Columns, Cores and s ear 0alls 3,2 ?g;cm&.

8-8 %ea-y Mi0 Con+rete Ready mi# concrete 0ill >e used for all R.C 0or1s e%en deli%ered from appro%ed >atc plants or construction 0ise it 0ill >e >etter to a%e a proBect o0n patc plant.

8-9 Curin. Fres ly placed concrete s all >e protected from sun, 0ind, e#posure and e#cessi%e drying out and cured continuously for a minimum period of (+ days. .ater used for curing s all >e fres 0ell 0ater. . ere 0ater is used for curing concrete 0or1 >uried in t e ground, care s ould >e ta1en to a%oid e#cessi%e curing 0ater from running >elo0 t e foundation of t e footing.

8-: )aterti.ht Constru+tion . ere 0atertig t construction is specified on t e Dra0ings E positions s o0n on t e Dra0ings. Continuous P=C 0ater >ars s all >e incorporated in all Boints, t e type 9 locations of 0 ic are to >e agreed 0it t e Engineer. < e design of t e mi# must >e suc as to produce a dense 0aterproof and damp proof concrete 0it t e lo0est possi>le s rin1age c aracteristics. < e Contractor ac ie%ing 0ater tig tness of t e 0or1 so specified. s all >e responsi>le for

Hoints in concrete s all >e located only at

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"fter completion a t oroug c ec1 s all >e made on all Boints to ensure t at no imperfection e#ists.

8-; Form7or< Form0or1 s all include all temporary or permanent moulds for forming t e concrete, toget er 0it all temporary construction required for t eir support. "ll form0or1 0 et er metal or tim>er s all >e securely placed and supported to pre%ent sagging and >ending. "ll Boints are to >e closed to pre%ent lea1age of liquid from t e concrete, 0it special care >eing ta1en 0 ere %i>ration of concrete 0ill ta1e place. Form0or1 panels s all a%e true edges to permit accurate alignments at sides and pro%ide a clean line at construction Boints in t e concrete. "ll fair faced concrete edges li1e steps parapets etc to >e pro%ided 0it an uniform c amfer. Form0or1 s all >e so designed t at no damage to t e concrete s all occur 0 en t e form0or1 is remo%ed. It s all >e constructed suc t at t e form0or1 to t e sides of mem>ers can >e remo%ed 0it out distur>ing t e soffit form0or1 or its supports. Props and supports s all >e designed to allo0 t e form0or1 to >e adBusted accurately to line and le%el, and due allo0ance s all >e made for any settlement or deflection of t e form0or1 t at may arise during construction so t at t e ardened concrete conforms to t e specified line and le%el. Bac1 propping s all not >e permitted. Form0or1 s all >e treated on t ose surfaces against 0 ic t e concrete is to >e poured 0it an appro%ed s utter oil or similar dressing. <o facilitate t e remo%al of dirt, de>ris and t e li1e, 0as out oles are to >e left 0 ere access is difficult. < e responsi>ility for t e remo%al of t e form0or1 s all rest 0it t e Contractor, and in no circumstances s all t e form0or1 >e struc1 until t e concrete as attained adequate strengt to resist damage, in particular to arises and features. < e minimum time t at must elapse >et0een casting of t e concrete and remo%al of form0or1 is gi%en for t e ContractorCs guidance as follo0s E Form0or1 to %ertical surfaces, 0alls, columns, >eams, sides )offits of sla>s 4props left under7 ' &+ ours ' (2 days ' (- days

)offits of >eams 4props left under7

Form0or1 s all >e remo%ed 0it out s oc1 or %i>ration 0 ic may damage t e concrete.

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