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The Panel size outer to outer where

provision made for OHT is

Considering side wall thickness

The internal Dimensions of the Tank

=

=

=

5.845

x 5.09

150

5.545 x 4.79

m

mm

m

The Height of Tank Required is

=

=

17000

17000

5.545 x 4.79

Lit

0.640

0.8

0.3

1.10

m

m

m

Say

Free Board

Total Height

=

=

450x100

above terrace level by raising the columns above terrace level.

Design of Tank

Storage Capacity is

=

=

5.545

Concrete Mix

Steel

L/B = 1.16

L/H = 5.04091

B/H

L/H and B/H are greater than

2

Hence the walls span in

Vertical direction

since the tank is closed one the walls act as proped cantilevers.

x

21.25

4.79

x

Cum

0.8

4.35

Roof Slab

Slab thickness assumed is

clear cover taken as

assumed dia of bar

where effective depth

The panel size is

l/b = 1.15

Concrete Mix

=

=

=

=

=

115

30

8

81

5.66

M30

Density of concrete

Load On slab

self weight

Floor finish

Live Load

25

=

=

=

2.875

1

1.5

=

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

5.375

Long span +ve moment

where

x =

Mx

My

0.072

mm

mm

mm

mm

x 4.91

c/c

KN/m3

KN/m2

xwlx2

9.354

KN-m

ywl

7.275

KN-m

2

x

5.40

KN/m2

where

0.056

Percentage of steel is

Mu

(bxd2)

% of steel is along shorter span

1.43

1.11

=

=

=

0.354

0.267

(Pt x b x d)

Percentage of steel for Short span (Pt)

Percentage of steel for Long span (Pt)

Area of steel Required (Ast)

100

Ast along short span

~

~

286.74

=

216.27

For dia of bar

=

8

~

spacing required along short span

= 152.3574

~

spacing required along Long span

= 202.0019

provide # 8@ 250 c/c in shorter span and # 8@ 250 c/c in long span

Tank side walls (Mix M30)

Density of water

10

329.75

mm2

248.71

mm2

250

250

c/c

c/c

10 x

KN/m3

1.10 ,3

16

0.83

=

Max -ve moment at bottom with tension on water fce is

=

=

=

24.0

0.55

0.83

6xM

Qxb

52.66

Max. B.M

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required

=

=

=

=

=

150

30

8

116

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

Ast

=

=

52.25

0.22% b d

mm2

Astmin

=

=

255.2

8

mm2

mm

minimum % of steel is

For dia of bar

=

255.20

mm2

~

spacing required

=

196.87

provide # 8@ 150 c/c vertically on water face and # 8@ 150 c/c horizontally

10 x

150

KN-m

1.10 ,3

c/c

KN-m

KN-m

mm

Bottom slab

Panel size

self weight

water weight

finishes

=

=

=

=

5.66

210

5.25

10

1.5

4.91

load on slab / m2

KN/m2

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

l/b

=

16.750

xwlx2

29.10

KN-m

ywl

22.63

KN-m

where

x =

where

y =

Mx

My

KN/m2

1.15

2

x

0.072

0.056

Max. B.M

29.10

=

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required shorter span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 16@ 150 c/c

Area of steel required longer span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 12@ 100 c/c

Design of Beam supporting tank

B1 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for trapezoidal

16.80

210

30

10

175

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

=

=

=

1211.63

16

165.86

mm2

mm

M

st x j x d

=

=

=

942.38

12

119.95

Wlx

6

3-

5.66

0.15

0.8

0.23

0.5

lx

ly

m

m

m

m

m

2

6M

Qxb

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

KN-m

311.46

150

c/c

100

c/c

mm2

mm

mm

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

9.928171

30.88764

3

2.875

46.69

Bending moment BM

Wl2

10

149.58

KN-m

effective depth

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

2nos - # 20st + 1no - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

450

30

16

488

d

mm

mm

mm

M

Qxb

390.08

500

mm

M

st x j x d

1320.99

Wl

2

132.13

=

=

=

>

V

bd

0.29

0.29

0.284

c

100.26

mm2

KN

not safe

Vus

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

B2 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for traingle

=

=

=

=

=

4.91

0.15

1.8

0.23

0.45

8.84

Wlx

3

m

m

m

m

m

101

KN

mm

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

27.50

6.75

2.588

45.67

Bending moment BM

Wl2

12

110.11

KN-m

effective depth

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

450

30

16

488

d

mm

mm

mm

~

M

Qxb

334.68

500

mm

M

st x j x d

Ast

=

972.39

mm2

provide 3nos - # 16st @ bottom and 2nos - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

Wl

2

=

112.12

KN

Nominal shear stresses v

=

V

bd

=

0.25

% of steel =

0.22

Permissible shear stresses c

=

0.268

v

<

c

safe

no shear is required

Vus

~

=

82.04

83

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

KN

mm

4.48-0.23=4.25

6.13-0.23=5.90

45000

45000/3

15000

5.845-0.3

5.09-0.3

340x100=34000

34000/2=17000

5.454

4.79

The Panel size outer to outer where

provision made for OHT is

Considering side wall thickness

The internal Dimensions of the Tank

=

=

=

5.845

x 5.09

150

5.545 x 4.79

m

mm

m

The Height of Tank Required is

=

=

40000

40000

5.545 x 4.79

Lit

1.506

1.5

0.3

1.80

m

m

m

Say

Free Board

Total Height

=

=

450x100

above terrace level by raising the columns above terrace level.

Design of Tank

Storage Capacity is

=

=

5.545

Concrete Mix

Steel

L/B = 1.16

L/H = 3.08056

B/H

L/H and B/H are greater than

2

Hence the walls span in

Vertical direction

since the tank is closed one the walls act as proped cantilevers.

x

39.84

4.79

x

Cum

1.5

2.66

Roof Slab

Slab thickness assumed is

clear cover taken as

assumed dia of bar

where effective depth

The panel size is

l/b = 1.15

Concrete Mix

=

=

=

=

=

115

30

8

81

5.66

M30

Density of concrete

Load On slab

self weight

Floor finish

Live Load

25

=

=

=

2.875

1

1.5

=

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

5.375

Long span +ve moment

where

x =

Mx

My

0.072

mm

mm

mm

mm

x 4.91

c/c

KN/m3

KN/m2

xwlx2

9.354

KN-m

ywl

7.275

KN-m

2

x

5.40

KN/m2

where

0.056

Percentage of steel is

Mu

(bxd2)

% of steel is along shorter span

1.43

1.11

=

=

=

0.354

0.267

(Pt x b x d)

Percentage of steel for Short span (Pt)

Percentage of steel for Long span (Pt)

Area of steel Required (Ast)

100

Ast along short span

~

~

286.74

=

216.27

For dia of bar

=

8

~

spacing required along short span

= 152.3574

~

spacing required along Long span

= 202.0019

provide # 8@ 250 c/c in shorter span and # 8@ 250 c/c in long span

Tank side walls (Mix M30)

Density of water

10

329.75

mm2

248.71

mm2

250

250

c/c

c/c

10 x

KN/m3

1.80 ,3

16

3.65

=

Max -ve moment at bottom with tension on water fce is

=

=

=

24.0

2.43

3.65

6xM

Qxb

110.23

Max. B.M

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required

=

=

=

=

=

150

30

8

116

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

Ast

=

=

228.94

0.22% b d

mm2

Astmin

=

=

255.2

8

mm2

mm

minimum % of steel is

For dia of bar

=

255.20

mm2

~

spacing required

=

196.87

provide # 8@ 150 c/c vertically on water face and # 8@ 150 c/c horizontally

10 x

150

KN-m

1.80 ,3

c/c

KN-m

KN-m

mm

Bottom slab

Panel size

self weight

water weight

finishes

=

=

=

=

5.66

210

5.25

10

1.5

4.91

load on slab / m2

KN/m2

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

l/b

=

16.750

xwlx2

29.10

KN-m

ywl

22.63

KN-m

where

x =

where

y =

Mx

My

KN/m2

1.15

2

x

0.072

0.056

Max. B.M

29.10

=

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required shorter span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 16@ 150 c/c

Area of steel required longer span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 12@ 100 c/c

Design of Beam supporting tank

B1 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for trapezoidal

16.80

210

30

10

175

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

=

=

=

1211.63

16

165.86

mm2

mm

M

st x j x d

=

=

=

942.38

12

119.95

Wlx

6

3-

5.66

0.15

1.8

0.23

0.5

lx

ly

m

m

m

m

m

2

6M

Qxb

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

KN-m

311.46

150

c/c

100

c/c

mm2

mm

mm

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

9.928171

30.88764

6.75

2.875

50.44

Bending moment BM

Wl2

10

161.59

KN-m

effective depth

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

2nos - # 20st + 1no - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

450

30

16

488

d

mm

mm

mm

M

Qxb

405.44

500

mm

M

st x j x d

1427.08

Wl

2

142.75

=

=

=

>

V

bd

0.32

0.32

0.284

c

110.87

mm2

KN

not safe

Vus

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

B2 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for traingle

=

=

=

=

=

4.91

0.15

1.8

0.23

0.45

8.84

Wlx

3

m

m

m

m

m

111

KN

mm

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

27.50

6.75

2.588

45.67

Bending moment BM

Wl2

12

110.11

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

450

30

16

488

d

mm

mm

mm

~

M

Qxb

334.68

500

mm

M

st x j x d

Ast

=

972.39

mm2

provide 3nos - # 16st @ bottom and 2nos - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

Wl

2

=

112.12

KN

Nominal shear stresses v

=

V

bd

=

0.25

% of steel =

0.22

Permissible shear stresses c

=

0.268

v

<

c

safe

no shear is required

Vus

~

=

82.04

83

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

KN

mm

4.48-0.23=4.25

6.13-0.23=5.90

45000

45000/3

15000

5.845-0.3

5.09-0.3

340x100=34000

34000/2=17000

5.454

4.79

The Panel size outer to outer where

provision made for OHT is

Considering side wall thickness

The internal Dimensions of the Tank

=

=

=

5.9

The Height of Tank Required is

=

=

15000

15000

5.9 x 4.25

Say

Free Board

Total Height

5.9

x

0

x

4.25

4.25

m

mm

m

Lit

0.598

0.8

0.3

1.10

m

m

m

=

=

450x100

above terrace level by raising the columns above terrace level.

Design of Tank

Storage Capacity is

=

=

5.9

Concrete Mix

Steel

L/B = 1.39

L/H = 5.36364

B/H

L/H and B/H are greater than

2

Hence the walls span in

Vertical direction

since the tank is closed one the walls act as proped cantilevers.

x

20.06

4.25

x

Cum

0.8

3.86

Roof Slab

Slab thickness assumed is

clear cover taken as

assumed dia of bar

where effective depth

The panel size is

l/b = 1.38

Concrete Mix

=

=

=

=

=

115

30

8

81

6.02

M25

Density of concrete

Load On slab

self weight

Floor finish

Live Load

25

=

=

=

2.875

1

1.5

=

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

5.375

Long span +ve moment

where

x =

Mx

My

0.043

mm

mm

mm

mm

x 4.37

c/c

KN/m3

KN/m2

xwlx2

4.424

KN-m

ywl

5.865

KN-m

2

x

5.40

KN/m2

where

0.057

Percentage of steel is

Mu

(bxd2)

% of steel is along shorter span

0.67

0.89

=

=

=

0.082

0.07

(Pt x b x d)

Percentage of steel for Short span (Pt)

Percentage of steel for Long span (Pt)

Area of steel Required (Ast)

100

Ast along short span

~

~

66.42

=

56.70

For dia of bar

=

8

~

spacing required along short span

=

657.738

~

spacing required along Long span

= 770.4931

provide # 8@ 250 c/c in shorter span and # 8@ 250 c/c in long span

Tank side walls (Mix M25)

Density of water

10

76.38

mm2

65.21

mm2

250

250

c/c

c/c

10 x

KN/m3

1.10 ,3

16

0.83

=

Max -ve moment at bottom with tension on water fce is

=

=

=

24.0

0.55

0.83

6xM

Qxb

52.66

Max. B.M

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required

=

=

=

=

=

150

30

8

116

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

Ast

=

=

52.25

0.22% b d

mm2

Astmin

=

=

255.2

8

mm2

mm

minimum % of steel is

For dia of bar

=

255.20

mm2

~

spacing required

=

196.87

provide # 8@ 150 c/c vertically on water face and # 8@ 150 c/c horizontally

10 x

150

KN-m

1.10 ,3

c/c

KN-m

KN-m

mm

Bottom slab

Panel size

self weight

water weight

finishes

=

=

=

=

6.02

150

3.75

10

1.5

4.37

load on slab / m2

KN/m2

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

l/b

=

15.250

xwlx2

12.54

KN-m

ywl

16.62

KN-m

where

x =

where

y =

Mx

My

KN/m2

1.38

2

x

0.043

0.057

Max. B.M

16.62

=

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required shorter span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 10@ 150 c/c

Area of steel required longer span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 8@ 150 c/c

Design of Beam supporting tank

B1 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for trapezoidal

15.30

250

30

10

215

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

=

=

=

424.79

10

184.80

mm2

mm

M

st x j x d

=

=

=

563.10

8

89.22

Wlx

6

3-

3.94

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

lx

ly

m

m

m

m

m

2

6M

Qxb

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

KN-m

235.35

150

c/c

150

c/c

mm2

mm

mm

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

9.716674

27.53058

3.75

2.5875

43.58

Bending moment BM

Wl2

10

67.66

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

2nos - # 20st + 1no - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

554

38

16

600

d

mm

mm

mm

M

Qxb

262.35

600

mm

M

st x j x d

485.36

Wl

2

85.86

=

=

=

<

V

bd

0.15

0.09

0.284

c

46.67

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

B2 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for traingle

=

=

=

=

=

3.84

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

6.91

Wlx

3

m

m

m

m

m

47

KN

mm

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

19.58

3.75

2.588

32.83

Bending moment BM

Wl2

12

48.41

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

=

provide 3nos - # 16st @ bottom and 3nos - # 16st @ top

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

=

=

=

<

554

38

16

600

d

mm

mm

mm

~

M

Qxb

221.93

600

mm

M

st x j x d

347.31

Wl

2

63.04

V

bd

0.11

0.06

0.268

c

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

=

26.06

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

27

KN

mm

4.48-0.23=4.25

6.13-0.23=5.90

45000

45000/3

15000

The Panel size outer to outer where

provision made for OHT is

Considering side wall thickness

The internal Dimensions of the Tank

=

=

=

3.94

The Height of Tank Required is

=

=

10600

10600

3.94 x 3.84

Lit

0.701

0.8

0.3

1.10

m

m

m

Say

Free Board

Total Height

3.94

=

=

x

0

x

3.84

3.84

m

mm

m

above terrace level by raising the columns above terrace level.

Design of Tank

Storage Capacity is

=

=

3.94

Concrete Mix

Steel

L/B = 1.03

L/H = 3.58182

B/H

L/H and B/H are greater than

2

Hence the walls span in

Vertical direction

since the tank is closed one the walls act as proped cantilevers.

x

12.10

3.84

x

Cum

0.8

3.49

Roof Slab

Slab thickness assumed is

clear cover taken as

assumed dia of bar

where effective depth

The panel size is

l/b = 1.03

Concrete Mix

=

=

=

=

=

115

30

8

81

4.06

M25

Density of concrete

Load On slab

self weight

Floor finish

Live Load

25

=

=

=

2.875

1

1.5

=

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

5.375

Mx

xwlx2

mm

mm

mm

mm

x 3.96

c/c

KN/m3

KN/m2

3.632

KN-m

5.40

ywlx2

0.55

0.73

=

=

=

0.082

0.07

(Pt x b x d)

where

x =

where

y =

My

4.815

KN-m

0.043

0.057

Percentage of steel is

Mu

(bxd2)

Percentage of steel for Short span (Pt)

Percentage of steel for Long span (Pt)

Area of steel Required (Ast)

100

Ast along short span

~

~

66.42

=

56.70

For dia of bar

=

8

spacing required along short span

= 657.73798 ~

spacing required along Long span

= 770.49306 ~

provide # 8@ 250 c/c in shorter span and # 8@ 250 c/c in long span

Tank side walls (Mix M25)

Density of water

10

76.38

65.21

250

250

c/c

c/c

10 x

KN/m3

=

Max -ve moment at bottom with tension on water fce is

Max. B.M

depth required from cracking stress consideration is

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required

10 x

=

=

=

24.0

0.55

0.83

6xM

Qxb

52.66

=

=

=

=

=

150

30

8

116

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

Ast

=

=

52.25

0.22% b d

mm2

Astmin

For dia of bar

=

=

255.2

8

mm2

mm

255.20

mm2

minimum % of steel is

1.10

16

0.83

1.10

spacing required

=

196.87

provide # 8@ 150 c/c vertically on water face and # 8@ 150 c/c horizontally

150

c/c

Bottom slab

Panel size

self weight

water weight

finishes

=

=

=

=

4.06

150

3.75

10

1.5

3.96

load on slab / m2

KN/m2

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

l/b

=

15.250

xwlx2

10.29

KN-m

ywlx

13.64

KN-m

where

x =

where

y =

Mx

My

1.03

2

0.043

0.057

Max. B.M

13.64

=

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required shorter span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 10@ 150 c/c

Area of steel required longer span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 8@ 150 c/c

Design of Beam supporting tank

B1 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for trapezoidal

15.30

250

30

10

215

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

=

=

=

348.74

10

225.10

mm2

mm

M

st x j x d

=

=

=

462.28

8

108.68

Wlx

6

3-

3.94

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

lx

ly

m

m

m

m

m

2

6M

Qxb

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

KN-m

213.24

150

c/c

150

c/c

mm2

mm

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

7.2923963

20.661789

3.75

2.5875

34.29

Bending moment BM

Wl2

10

53.23

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

2nos - # 20st + 1no - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

=

=

=

<

554

38

16

600

d

mm

mm

mm

M

Qxb

232.71

600

mm

M

st x j x d

381.87

Wl

2

67.55

V

bd

0.12

0.07

0.284

c

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

=

28.36

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

B2 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for traingle

=

=

=

=

=

=

Wlx

3

3.84

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

m

m

m

m

m

29

KN

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

6.91

19.58

3.75

2.588

32.83

Bending moment BM

Wl2

12

48.41

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

=

provide 3nos - # 16st @ bottom and 3nos - # 16st @ top

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

M

Qxb

221.93

600

mm

M

st x j x d

347.31

=

=

=

<

Wl

2

63.04

V

bd

0.11

0.06

0.268

c

26.06

=

=

554

38

16

600

d

mm

mm

mm

~

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

27

KN

KN/m2

mm2

mm2

,3

KN-m

,3

KN-m

KN-m

mm

KN/m2

mm

mm

mm

The Panel size outer to outer where

provision made for OHT is

Considering side wall thickness

The internal Dimensions of the Tank

=

=

=

4.705

x 3.845

100

4.505 x 3.645

m

mm

m

The Height of Tank Required is

=

=

10600

10600

4.505 x 3.645

Lit

0.646

0.85

0.15

1.00

m

m

m

Say

Free Board

Total Height

=

=

above terrace level by raising the columns above terrace level.

Design of Tank

Storage Capacity is

=

=

4.505

Concrete Mix

Steel

L/B = 1.24

L/H = 4.505

B/H

L/H and B/H are greater than

2

Hence the walls span in

Vertical direction

since the tank is closed one the walls act as proped cantilevers.

x

13.96

3.645

x

Cum

0.85

3.65

Roof Slab

Slab thickness assumed is

clear cover taken as

assumed dia of bar

where effective depth

The panel size is

l/b = 1.23

Concrete Mix

=

=

=

=

=

115

30

8

81

4.62

M25

Density of concrete

Load On slab

self weight

Floor finish

Live Load

25

=

=

=

2.875

1

0.75

=

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

4.625

Mx

xwlx2

mm

mm

mm

mm

x 3.76

c/c

KN/m3

KN/m2

2.857

KN-m

4.70

ywlx2

0.44

0.58

=

=

=

0.082

0.07

(Pt x b x d)

where

x =

where

y =

My

3.787

KN-m

0.043

0.057

Percentage of steel is

Mu

(bxd2)

Percentage of steel for Short span (Pt)

Percentage of steel for Long span (Pt)

Area of steel Required (Ast)

100

Ast along short span

~

~

66.42

=

56.70

For dia of bar

=

8

spacing required along short span

= 657.73798 ~

spacing required along Long span

= 770.49306 ~

provide # 8@ 250 c/c in shorter span and # 8@ 250 c/c in long span

Tank side walls (Mix M25)

Density of water

10

76.38

65.21

250

250

c/c

c/c

10 x

KN/m3

=

Max -ve moment at bottom with tension on water fce is

Max. B.M

depth required from cracking stress consideration is

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required

10 x

=

=

=

24.0

0.42

0.63

6xM

Qxb

45.64

=

=

=

=

=

150

30

8

116

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

Ast

=

=

39.26

0.22% b d

mm2

Astmin

For dia of bar

=

=

255.2

8

mm2

mm

255.20

mm2

minimum % of steel is

1.00

16

0.63

1.00

spacing required

=

196.87

provide # 8@ 150 c/c vertically on water face and # 8@ 150 c/c horizontally

150

c/c

Bottom slab

Panel size

self weight

water weight

finishes

=

=

=

=

4.62

150

3.75

10

1.5

3.76

load on slab / m2

KN/m2

Considering the slab as discontinuous on all four sides

As per code IS 456

l/b

=

15.250

xwlx2

9.30

KN-m

ywlx

12.33

KN-m

where

x =

where

y =

Mx

My

1.23

2

0.043

0.057

Max. B.M

12.33

=

D

providing overall thickness

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

effective depth

Area of steel required shorter span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 10@ 150 c/c

Area of steel required longer span

Ast

For providing dia of bar

spacing required

provide # 8@ 150 c/c

Design of Beam supporting tank

B1 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for trapezoidal

15.30

250

30

10

215

M

st x j x d

mm

mm

mm

mm

=

=

=

315.20

10

249.05

mm2

mm

M

st x j x d

=

=

=

417.82

8

120.24

Wlx

6

3-

3.94

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

lx

ly

m

m

m

m

m

2

6M

Qxb

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

KN-m

202.73

150

c/c

150

c/c

mm2

mm

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

6.8851396

22.413327

3.75

2.5875

35.64

Bending moment BM

Wl2

10

55.32

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

2nos - # 20st + 1no - # 16st @ top over supports

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

=

=

=

<

404

38

16

450

d

mm

mm

mm

M

Qxb

237.23

450

mm

M

st x j x d

544.18

Wl

2

70.20

V

bd

0.17

0.13

0.284

c

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

=

40.81

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

B2 span

wall thickness taken as

height of wall taken as

thickness of beam

depth of beam

Load on beam / run

for traingle

=

=

=

=

=

=

Wlx

3

3.84

0.15

1

0.23

0.45

m

m

m

m

m

41

KN

Load on beam / run tank bottom slab

wall weight

self weight

=

=

=

=

6.02

19.58

3.75

2.588

31.94

Bending moment BM

Wl2

12

47.09

KN-m

clear cover on either side of walls

dia of bar

provide overall depth of

D

Area of steel required shorter span

=

=

=

=

=

Ast

=

provide 3nos - # 16st @ bottom and 3nos - # 16st @ top

Check for Shear

Shear Force V

=

% of steel

Permissible shear stresses

c

v

M

Qxb

218.88

450

mm

M

st x j x d

463.26

=

=

=

<

Wl

2

61.32

V

bd

0.15

0.11

0.268

c

33.58

=

=

404

38

16

450

d

mm

mm

mm

~

mm2

KN

safe

no shear is required

Vus

From Sp16

provide # 8@ 125 c/c upto quarter span and # 8@ 200 c/c at centre

34

KN

KN/m2

mm2

mm2

,3

KN-m

,3

KN-m

KN-m

mm

KN/m2

mm

mm

mm

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