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INTRODUCTION

The overall width of Culvert is 12m left side and 12 m right side on main highway

The Box culvert shall be made with single cell RCC box type structure with cantilever wall.

The clear height of opening of the box is Min 3.0m Horizontal clear opening is 3.0m.

The thickness of top slab and bottom slab has been kept as 300 mm and that for webs hav

been kept as 350 mm. In the design of structure, clear cover is considered as 50mm for top

and walls and in bottom slab clear cover is considered as 75mm.

This design note deals with design of the single cell RCC box structure.

The analysis of box structure has been done considering a slice of unit width. The box has

analyzed for its self weight, superimposed dead load (due to wearing coat and crash barrie

earth pressures using STAAD Pro

For

live loads

,70R

tracked

,40 70R

T Bogie

Load Boogie

is consisdered

of concrete

and Fe5

Analysis

for Live

load

for class

tracked,

wheeled,M25

loadgrade

have been

done using

ST

is

used.

Pro.

Live load positions are identified for maximum bending moments at different sections

corresponding load intensities per meter width are evaluated as per effective width metho

explained in IRC:21-2000.

produce maximum earth pressure.

a) Coefficient of Earth Pressure as 0.50 & Density of Earth as 2.0 t/m3 for dry .

IRC:21-2000

highway

h cantilever wall.

ng is 3.0m.

that for webs have

d as 50mm for top slab

t and crash barrier) and

concrete

and Fe500

steel

en

done using

STAAD.

different sections and

ctive width method as

DESIGN OF PORTAL

1.0

Design Data

1.1

Dimension Detail

1.2

No of cells

Clear Span

Clear Height (at outer edge)

Clear Height (at median location)

Width of road at top

Width of Box

Ht of fill (W.C / P.C.C / pavement layers) over the top slab

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Thickness of footing

Thickness of external vertical wall

Thickness of Internal vertical wall

Size of haunch

Width of Crash barrier

Distance of edge of crash barrier from edge of box

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Height of surcharge

Safe Bearing Capacity of the soil

Permissible Settlement

=

=

=

Material Properties

Density of concrete

Density of soil

Density of wearing coat

Density of Profile corrective course

Coefficient of active earth pressure

Angle of internal friction (in degree)

1.3

=

=

=

=

=

=

Design Parameters

Grade of Concrete

Grade of Steel

Clear Cover for earth face structural component

Clear Cover for inside face structural component

Clear Cover for footing

=

=

=

=

=

Page # 3

Design Costants:

Base Projection

=

k

j

=

=

Page # 4

2

10.00 m

6.00 m

6.000 m

24.00 m

24.00 m

0.150 m

900.00 mm

700.00 mm

700.00 mm

600.00 mm

500.00 mm

500.00 mm

0.500 m

0.500 m

1.20 m

300 KN/m2

0.00 mm

25.00 KN/m3

20.00 KN/m3

22.00 KN/m3

22.00 KN/m3

0.500

30.00 deg

M40

Fe500

75 mm

50 mm

75 mm

10.00 N/mm2

13.33 N/mm2

0.67 N/mm2

Page # 5

275 N/mm2

0.326

0.891

1.939 N/mm2

mm

Page # 6

2.0

2.1

Dead Load

Self weight of the structure has been calculated directly in STAAD file by the comment "SELFWEIGHT -1".

2.2

2.2.1

Top Slab

Wearing coat thickness

Ht of fill (Thickness of W.C / P.C.C / pavement layers)

Load (UDL) on top slab =

=

=

0.5*22

=

Total UDL load due to S.I Dead Load

Wt of soil on the projected portion of base slab

2.3

=

=

=

Earth Pressure

Thickness of top slab

Height of top haunch

Clear height between top & Footing

Height of bottom haunch

Thickness of Footing

=

=

=

=

=

(m)

(KN/m2)

0.800

+ 0.450

+ 0.500

+ 1.667

+ 1.667

+ 1.667

+ 0.500

+ 0.350

2.4

0.800

1.250

1.750

3.417

5.084

6.751

7.251

7.601

0.5 * 20 * 0.8

0.5 * 20 * 1.25

0.5 * 20 * 1.75

0.5 * 20 * 3.417

0.5 * 20 * 5.084

0.5 * 20 * 6.751

0.5 * 20 * 7.251

0.5 * 20 * 7.601

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

8.00

12.50

17.50

34.17

50.84

67.51

72.51

76.01

Equivalent height

Uniform Intensity of loading =

=

0.5 * 1.2 * 20

Page # 7

2.5

Braking Load

Carriageway Live Load

Width of the box

Braking Load =

2.6

0.2 * 400 / 24

=

=

=

Live Load

Width of culvert (perpendicular to traffic direction)

=

=

Transverse Moment

=

=

Page # 8

0.15

0.350 m

6.30 KN/m

0 KN/m

6.30 KN/m

0.00 m

0.00 KN/m

0.900 m

0.5 m

6.00 m

0.5 m

0.70 m

1.20 m

12.00 KN/m2

Page # 9

400 KN

24.00 m

3.33 KN

400.00 KN

11.40 m

24.00 m

3.10 m

3562.00 KNm

1094.40 m^3

3.26 KN/m

Page # 10

3.0

Effective width of tyres and load distribution for different vehicular loadings:

lo

Effective span

Total Width of Box culvert

=

=

=

=

10.70 m

24.00 m

Thickness of deck slab

=

=

=

=

0.150 m

0.900 m

Dist. of edge of crash barrier/guard stone from edge of box

=

=

0.50 m

0.50 m

2.24

b / lo

b / lo

For

=

3.1

3.1.1

2.6

5t

5t

5t

450

410

2.24

24 / 10.7

40

1480

410

1070

5t

20 t

20 t

450

410

40

410

1220

2790

Transverse

Total Load

Longitudinal

=

40.00 t

Page # 11

Impact factor

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Distance between the axles in the direction of traffic

C/C distance between end wheels in trans direction

410

1.25

=

=

=

1.20 m

1.22 m

2.38 m

Max. tyre pressure

Contact width of tyre

=

=

=

(Refer Table of IRC:6-2000)

=

=

=

Contact area

Breadth

=

=

5000 / 5.273

948.23 / 36

=

=

948.23 cm2

26.3 cm

Contact area

360 x 263 mm

=

=

=

0.36 m

0.41 m

1.905 m

=

=

4.740 m

0.66 m

=

>

7.53 m

1.48 m

360

Wheel dimension perpendicular to span

Dist. from outer edge of kerb to

=

0.5 + 1.2 + 0.41 / 2

c.g of wheel

Effective width

a

b1

Effective width

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

=

=

=

10.7 / 2 - 1.22 / 2

0.36 + 2 * 0.15

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

=

2.6 x 4.74 x (1 - 4.74 / 10.7) + 0.66

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of four wheels overlaps in trans direction)

=

5.00 t

5.273 Kg/cm2

360 mm

20.00 t

8.048 m

Page # 12

1.905

Crash Barrier

0.50

3.1.2

1.20

2.380

0.41

0.04

0.41

1.07

0.41

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

(In longitudinal direction)

(IF(2.363>1.22,(2.363 + 1.22),2.363)

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

0.04

0.41

=

>

2.363 m

1.220

3.583 m

8.048 x 3.583

40 / 28.836

=

=

=

40.0 t

28.84 m2

1.39 t/m2

1.39 x 1.25

1.74 t/m2

5t

5t

795

410

385

5t

790

410

380

5t

20 t

20 t

795

410

385

410

1220

2790

Page # 13

Total Load

Impact factor

Transverse

Longitudinal

=

=

=

=

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Distance between the axles in the dir. of traffic

C/C distance between end wheels in trans direction

=

=

=

410

40.00 t

1.25

1.20 m

1.22 m

2.38 m

Max. tyre pressure

Contact width of tyre

=

=

=

(Refer Table of IRC:6-2000)

=

=

=

Contact area

Breadth

=

=

5000 / 5.273

948.23 / 36

=

=

948.23 cm2

26.3 cm

Contact area

360 x 263 mm

=

=

=

0.36 m

0.41 m

1.905 m

=

=

4.740 m

0.66 m

=

>

7.53 m

0.79 m

360

Wheel dimension perp. to span

Distance from outer edge of kerb to c.g of wheel

Effective width

a

b1

Effective width

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

=

=

=

10.7 / 2 - 1.22 / 2

0.36 + 2 * 0.15

5.00 t

5.273 Kg/cm2

360 mm

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

=

2.6 x 4.74 x (1 - 4.74 / 1.22) + 0.66

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of four wheels overlaps in trans direction)

Page # 14

Effective width for design

(In transverse direction)

1.905

Crash Barrier

0.50

3.1.3

1.20

20.00 t

8.048 m

2.380

0.41

0.39

0.41

0.38

0.41

0.39

0.41

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

=

>

2.363 m

1.220

(In longitudinal direction)

(IF(2.363>1.22,(2.363 + 1.22),2.363)

3.583 m

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

8.048 x 3.583

40 / 28.836

=

=

=

40.0 t

28.836 m2

1.39 t/m2

1.388 x 1.25

1.74 t/m2

2.5 t

280

2.5 t

480

2.5 t

280

2.5 t

480

2.5 t

280

2.5 t

480

2.5 t

280

2.5 t

20 t

20 t

Page # 15

230

230

50

230

230

250

230

50

250

2790

230

50

230

250

230

50

1220

Transverse

Total Load

Impact factor

=

=

=

=

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Distance between the axles in the dir. of traffic

c/c distance between end wheels in trans direction

=

=

=

230

40.00 t

1.25

1.20 m

1.22 m

2.56 m

Max. tyre pressure

Contact width of tyre

=

=

=

(Refer Table of IRC:6-2000)

=

=

=

Contact area

Breadth

=

=

2500 / 5.273

474.12 / 18

=

=

474.12 cm2

26.3 cm

Contact area

180 x 263 mm

=

=

=

0.18 m

0.23 m

1.815 m

4.740 m

180

Wheel dimension perp. to span

Distance from outer edge of kerb to c.g of wheel

Effective width

a

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

=

=

10.7 / 2 - 1.22 / 2

2.50 t

5.273 Kg/cm2

180 mm

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

Page # 16

b1

Effective width

0.18 + 2 * 0.15

=

2.6 x 4.74 x (1 - 4.74 / 2.363) + 0.48

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of wheels overlaps in trans direction)

Effective width for design

(In transverse direction)

1.815

Crash Barrier

0.50

1.20

0.280

0.23

0.480

0.23

0.23

0.05

3.2

0.280

0.25

0.480

0.23

0.05

0.280

0.23

0.25

0.480

0.23

0.05

0.48 m

=

>

7.35 m

0.48 m

20.00 t

8.048 m

0.280

0.23

0.25

0.23

0.05 0.23

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

=

>

2.363 m

1.220

(In longitudinal direction)

(IF(2.363>1.22,(2.363 + 1.22),2.363)

3.583 m

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

8.048 x 3.583

40 / 28.836

=

=

=

40.0 t

28.836 m2

1.39 t/m2

1.388 x 1.25

1.74 t/m2

Class -A vehicle:

Page # 17

3.2.1

5.7 t

5.7 t

11.4 t

11.4 t

1800

500

1300

500

1200

2300

Total Load

Impact factor

Transverse

Longitudinal

=

=

=

=

22.80 t

1.270

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Distance between the axles in the dir. of traffic

c/c distance between end wheels in trans direction

=

=

=

0.15 m

1.20 m

1.80 m

Contact breadth of tyre

=

=

=

=

500 mm

25 cm

Contact area

=

=

=

0.50 m

0.50 m

0.90 m

500 x 250 mm

Wheel dimension perpendicular to span

Distance from outer edge of kerb to c.g of wheel

Effective width

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

Page # 18

a

b1

Effective width

=

=

=

10.7 / 2 - 1.2 / 2

0.5 + 2 * 0.15

=

2.6 x 4.75 x (1 - 4.75 / 10.7) + 0.8

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of two wheels overlaps in trans direction)

0.90

Crash Barrier

0.50

0.15

=

=

4.750 m

0.80 m

=

>

7.67 m

1.8 m

11.40 t

6.534 m

1.800

0.50

1.30

0.50

(In transverse direction)

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

=

>

2.35 m

1.200

(In longitudinal direction)

IF(2.35>1.2,(2.35 + 1.2),2.35)

3.550 m

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

6.534 x 3.55

22.8 / 23.196

=

=

=

22.8 t

23.20 m2

0.99 t/m2

0.99 x 1.27

1.26 t/m2

Page # 19

3.2.2

5.7 t

5.7 t

1800

500

1300

5.7 t

1700

500

5.7 t

22.8 t

22.8 t

1800

1200

500

1300

500

1200

5300

Total Load

Impact factor

Transverse

Longitudinal

=

=

=

=

45.60 t

1.27

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Distance between the axles in the direction of traffic

c/c distance between end wheels in trans direction

=

=

=

0.15 m

1.20 m

5.30 m

Contact breadth of tyre

=

=

=

=

500 mm

25 cm

Contact area

=

=

=

0.50 m

0.50 m

0.90 m

500 x 250 mm

Wheel dimension perpendicular to span

Distance from outer edge of kerb to c.g of wheel

Effective width

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

Page # 20

a

b1

Effective width

=

=

=

10.7 / 2 - 1.2 / 2

0.5 + 2 * 0.15

=

2.6 x 4.75 x (1 - 4.75 / ) + 0.8

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of four wheels overlaps in trans direction)

0.90

Crash Barrier

0.50

3.3

0.15

1.800

0.50

1.30

1.700

0.50

1.20

=

=

4.750 m

0.80 m

=

>

7.67 m

1.8 m

22.80 t

10.034 m

1.800

0.50

1.30

0.50

(In transverse direction)

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

=

>

2.35 m

1.200

(In longitudinal direction)

IF(2.35>1.2,(2.35 + 1.2),2.35)

3.550 m

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

10.034 x 3.55

45.6 / 35.621

=

=

=

45.6 t

35.62 m2

1.29 t/m2

1.29 x 1.26946107784431

1.64 t/m2

70 R Tracked vehicle

Page # 21

Total load

Impact factor

=

=

=

=

70.00 t

1.100

Min. clear distance from C/B to the edge of the end wheel

Length of vehicle in span direction

Contact width of tyre in a direction perpendicular to the span

C/C distance of wheels in a direction perpendicular to span

=

=

=

=

1.20 m

4.57 m

0.85 m

2.05 m

2.125 m

=

=

5.350 m

1.15 m

=

>

8.11 m

2.05 m

Effective width

a

b1

Effective width

a a (1 - a / lo) + b1

=

=

=

10.7 / 2

0.85 + 2 * 0.15

=

2.6 x 5.35 x (1 - 5.35 / 10.7) + 1.15

(Dispersion width crosses the deck slab)

(Dispersion width of wheels overlaps in trans direction)

2.125

Crash Barrier

0.50

(Refer Cl.305.16.2)

70.00 t

8.228 m

2.050

1.20

(In transverse direction)

0.85

1.20

0.85

Page # 22

3.4

(Refer Cl.305.16.3 of IRC:21)

(In longitudinal direction)

6.67 m

6.670 m

Total load

Dispersion area

Load per unit area

=

=

=

8.228 x 6.67

70 / 54.881

=

=

=

70.0 t

54.88 m2

1.28 t/m2

1.276 x 1.1

1.404 t/m2

Loading

70R - Axle 'l'

70R - Axle 'm'

70R - Axle 'n'

1 Lane Class A

2 Lane Class A

70R-Track

Design LL intensity for analysis

1.738

1.735

1.735

1.257

1.638

1.404

=

1.738 t/m2

Page # 23

Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

Stress Level

Moment of Inertia of

cracked section

Maximum compressive

stress in concrete

Err:504

Err:504 mm4

Stresses are calculated for Maximum bending moment

in steel

Err:504

Err:504 <

#REF! MPa

Err:504

Err:504

Err:504 <

#REF! MPa

Err:504

Crack width

Maximum crack width

where spacing of bonded

reinforcement with in the

tension zone

Wk

Sr,max

propoerties k1

<=

<=

<=

5*(C+/2)

#REF!

#REF!

mm

=

=

=

Sr,max (sm-cm)

=

=

=

(3.4c+0.425k1k2)/p.eff

#REF!

#REF!

#REF!

#REF! mm

Coefficent based on

distribution of strain k2

eff

(sm-cm)

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

>=

=

As/Ac.eff

Err:504

Err:504

sc - kt fct.eff/eff e.eff))/Es

>=0.6 sc / Es

Err:504

Err:504

Err:504

Err:504

>=0.6 sc / Es

Err:504

>=0.6 sc / Es

Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

Stress Level

Moment of Inertia of cracked section

Err:504

Err:504 mm4

Err:504

Err:504 <

#REF!

Err:504

Err:504 <

#REF!

Maximum compressive stress in concrete ( cc)

Crack width

Maximum crack width

where spacing of bonded reinforcement with in the

tension zone

<=

<=

<=

5*(C+/2)

Err:504

Err:504

mm

<=

Case 1: Spacing of bonded reinforcement with in the tension zone

<=

Err:504

Err:504

Coefficient based on bond propoerties k1

Coefficient based on distribution of strain k2

.

Maximum crack spacing Sr,max

=

=

=

=

=

5*(C+/2)

0.5 for bending

(3.4c+0.425k1k2)/p.eff

#REF!

Err:504 mm

eff

=

=

=

Equivalent diameter eq

As/Ac.eff

Err:504

Err:504

n112 + n222

n11 + n22

or No bonded reinforcement with in th

>

>

5*(C+/2)

Err:504

mm

=

=

1.3 (d-XU)

Err:504

mm

Maximum crack spacing Sr,max

(sm-cm)

=

=

=

>=

=

3.4c+0.17

p.eff

Err:504

mm

Err:504 mm

0.5

sc - kt fct.eff/eff e.eff))/Es

Err:504

Err:504

Err:504

Err:504

>=0.6 sc / Es

Wk

=

=

=

Sr,max (sm-cm)

Err:504

Err:504 mm

<

Err:504

MPa

Err:504

MPa

Err:504

are used)

>=0.6 sc / Es

Err:504

0.2

very severe

and extreme

1.3

Live load

(a)

(track load)

25% (For 70 R track and Wheeled load)

Impact factor =I

0.84

35t 35t

35t 35t

4.57

2.06 m

Position of live load for maximum Moment

Traffic Direction

4.57

Approaches

10

X= 5.000000005

0.5

0.84

1.22

1.2

2.12

2.06

Width of live load over the deck of culvert

=b1

0.84

Effective width of dispersion

(Ref:Cl: 305.16.2 of IRC :21-2000)

Here,

a= 5.000000005

= f(b/lo)=

2.6

bef=

2.6 X

###

=

Therefore net width of dispersion =

=

###

3.67

9.4

m

+ 2.06

m

= 4.57

= 5.87

(with impact factor)

+2

>

70

= 4.57

2.036873224

=

(b)

###

(col l)

Traffic Direction

0.36

0.36

0.45

0.36

0.36

1.48

0.36

0.45

0.36

1.48

5.000000005

1.22

10

0.5

CL

0.36

Crash Barrier

0.36

0.36

1.2

0.45

1.48

1.7

0.81

1.84

bef=

Here,

a=

1.675

f(b/l

)=

=

2.6

o

Effective width of dispersion bef=

2.6 X

x 1.675

=

Therefore net width of dispersion=

1.26875

= 5.9975 m

0.263

= 1.563

=Min.of

2.5375

m

+ 2 x 0.81

+2

x ( 0.3

(1.22+

= 2.783

1.563)

(with impact factor)

40

2.783

2.995618758

=

(c)

x ( 1-

48% (For IRC class A)

Impact factor =I

0.5

0.5

0.5

1.8

Axil load

2.7

2.7

1.1

1.7

11.4

3.2

0.5

1.8

11.4

1.2

6.8

4.3

CL

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.15

1.3

1.2

0.9

1.8

1.7

=bw

bef=

Here,

x=

1.675

k= f(b/l)=

2.6

2.6 X

x 1.675

=

Therefore net width of dispersion

0.9

= 7.53875 m

x ( 1-

2.6775

m

+ 2 x 1.8

1.22+

=

2.77 m

Effective length of load at the culvert depth =l' Min.of

=

= 2.77 m

(with impact factor)

=

S.No

(a)

(b)

(c)

Load Case

Single Lane 70R (Track)

Single Lane 70R (Bogie)

Two lane IRC class A load

0.25

2.77

11.4 x 4 x

2.77

2.729126967

2.040 t/sq.m

3.000 t/sq.m

2.730 t/sq.m

Track Load

Over approaches

0.84

0.35

###

Deck slab

m

a (1-a/lo) +b1

10.00000001) +0.84

###

x ( 0.35

3.35

+0.3)

x 1.25

###

t/sq.m

0.36

0.45

1.22

0.36

0.45

0.36

0.45

350

Deck slab

0.81

1.26875

a (1-a/lo) +b1

1.675

3.35)

+ 1.84

+0.36

1.26875

+0.35)

and

3.35

x 1.25

x 5.9975

t/sq.m

0.25

6.8

6.8

6.8

3

0.5

1.3

350 m

1.8

1.33875

0.5

a(1-a/lo) +b1

1.675

+ 1.7

x 1.49

x 7.54

t/sq.m

3.35)

+0.5

+ 1.33875

+2

(0.3

and

3.35

0.35)

Err:509

PROJECT No.

73125

1000

dt

Moment

=

Axial force =

#REF! KNm

KN

Eccectricity =

Asc top

Ast bottom

n

=

D

=

Clear cover

Eff cover

d

=

dt=dc

=

Conc Grade

#REF! m

#REF! nos

nos

113 mm

700 mm

50 mm

#REF! mm

#REF! mm

#REF! mm

Ast=

Asc=

m

D/4

175 mm

< e < 1050 mm

#REF!

#REF!

40

#REF!

mm2

mm2

7.00

Taking moment of internal and external forces about the centre of tensile steel

We have ;

bxnxc'/2x(d-n/3)+(mc-1)Ascxc'/nx(n-nc)x(d-dc)= Px(e+D/2-dt)

#VALUE! N/mm2

We have

bxnxc'/2+(mc-1)xAscxc'/n(n-dc)-Astxt=P

or ,Stress in tensile steel t=

#VALUE! N/mm2

From these values of c' and t we have from stress diagram

n

=

d

(1+t/(mxc'))

or n=

#VALUE! mm

113.00 mm

#VALUE!

Assumed n=

#VALUE! N/mm2

DOCUMENT No.

DESIGNED

JM

CHECKED

S.R

DATE

5-Nov-15

PAGE

e

dc

700

D (Overall depth)

Steel

N assumed

N calculated

Stress in Conc

Stress in Com. Steel

stress in tensile steel

Maximum BM = Mreq

Maximum SF = SFreq

Depth of member (D)

Width of the meber (b)

Grade of Concrete Used

Grade of steel

Charactristic strength of concrete (fck)

Charactristic strength of steel (fy)

Partial material safety factor for concrete (m)

Partial material safety factor for Steel (s)

Ultimate compressive strain in the concrete (cu3)

modulus of elasticity of reinforcing of steel (Es)

Ultimate tensile strain in the steel (s) = [{fy/(s xEs)}+0.002]

Coefficient to consider the influence of the concret strength ()

Factor ( )

Factor ()

fcd = (*fck/m)

Factor Fav (fcd)

Factor = ()

Effective depth of member (d)

=

=

=

=

=

38.6

20

210

1000

M30

Fe 500

30

500

1.5

1.15

0.0035

200000

0.00417

0.67

0.8

1

13.400

10.720

0.400

210

154

0.152

70.238

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

M/(bd2Fav) = kav

Limiting Neutral axis depth (x lim) = (d*cu3)/(s+cu3)

Force in compression = Force in Tension from Fig. A2-4 - rectangular Tensile Strength

fcd *x* b

fy*As

s

As

s * Fav * x*b

fy

fy*As *(d-x/2)

s

x2 -dx + M/Fav*b

x

Required reinforcement As

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

0

d-sqrt(d2-4**M/Fav*b)/(2*

d*(1-sqrt(1-4**M/Fav*b*d

d*(1-sqrt(1-4**kav))/(2*

154x(1-sqrt1-4x0.4x0.152))/(

25.005569262

s * Fav * x*b

fy

=

=

=

1.15x10.72x25.006x1000/ 50

616.53731572

Provide

No's

Provided reinforcemnt

628.32

kN-m

kN

mm

mm

(From analysis)

N/mm2

N/mm2

Basic

Basic

Up to fck 60Mpa

N/mm2

Table no:18.1 (IRC:112-2011)

Basic

Page 49: (IRC:112-2011)

Cube

or

Clause 6.2.2 (IRC:112-2011)

Cube

or

1.0 Up to fck 60Mpa,Eq.A2-35 (IRC:112-2011); 1.0-((fck-60)/250) for 60<fck<110Mpa

40 -

16

mm

Fav * x*b

x*b *(d-x)

t(d2-4**M/Fav*b)/(2*)

sqrt(1-4**M/Fav*b*d2))/(2*)

sqrt(1-4**kav))/(2*)

(1-sqrt1-4x0.4x0.152))/(2x0.4)

mm

<

70.23796

Safe

616.54

Safe

x10.72x25.006x1000/ 500

mm2

20

mm2

>

4.2 Top Slab

Maximum moment end support

Maximum moment mid support

Maximum moment mid span

Check for Depth

Maximum moment support/mid span

Depth Required

Depth Provided, deff

=

=

=

=

=

=

Provided Depth is OK

Reinforcement

Reinforcement at end support =

Diameter of bar

Required spacing

Provided Spacing

=

=

=

=

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 180 mm C/C

=

=

=

=

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 100 mm C/C

=

=

=

=

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 180 mm C/C

Diameter of bar

Required spacing

Provided Spacing

Reinforcement at mid span =

Diameter of bar

Required spacing

Provided Spacing

Shear force at deff from face of wall

Shear Stress

=

=

Refer Table 12B of IRC:21-2000

pt

tc

0.50

0.58

1.00

Shear capacity

Balance Shear

Diameter of Stirrups =

Assume Spacing of Stirrups

Area of Steel required, Asw

0.37

0.38

0.42

=

Provide shear reinforcement

=

=

=

=

=

50

=

Provide 10mm Diameter bar @ 300mm C/C

=

equals shear capacity of the section

Say

Provide shear renforcmnt upto 1680mm from face of near wall on both sides

4.3 Vertical Wall

Maximum moment top

Maximum moment bottom

Maximum moment mid span

Check for Depth

Maximum moment support/mid span

Depth Required

Depth Provided, deff

=

=

=

=

=

=

Provided Depth is OK

Reinforcement

Reinforcement at top=

Diameter of bar

Required spacing

Provided Spacing

=

=

=

=

Provide 20 mm Diameter bar @ 140 mm C/C

=

=

=

=

Provide 20 mm Diameter bar @ 290 mm C/C

Reinforcement at Bottom =

Diameter of bar

Required spacing

Provided Spacing

Shear Force near base at deff

Maximum Shear Stress

=

=

Refer Table 12B of IRC:21-2000

pt

tc

0.25

0.27

0.50

0.31

0.31

0.37

=

Shear stress within permissible limit

51

558.00 kN.m

1000.00 kN.m

558.72 kN.m

1000.00 kN.m

718.00 mm

840.00 mm

Provided Depth is OK

2710.56 mm

25.00 mm

181.10 mm

180.00 mm

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 180 mm C/C

0.32

4857.64 mm

25.00 mm

101.05 mm

100.00 mm

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 100 mm C/C

0.58

2714.06 mm

25.00 mm

180.86 mm

180.00 mm

Provide 25 mm Diameter bar @ 180 mm C/C

0.32

350.00 kN

0.42 N/mm

0.38 N/mm

Provide shear reinforcement

317.89 kN

32.11 kN

10 mm

300 mm

41.70 mm

52

261.80 mm

Provide 10mm Diameter bar @ 300mm C/C

1680.00 m

1680.00 mm

r renforcmnt upto 1680mm from face of near wall on both sides

449.00 kN.m

218.00 kN.m

126.00 kN.m

449.00 kN.m

481.00 mm

615.00 mm

Provided Depth is OK

2181.08 mm

20.00 mm

144.04 mm

140.00 mm

Provide 20 mm Diameter bar @ 140 mm C/C

0.27

1058.97 mm

20.00 mm

296.67 mm

290.00 mm

Provide 20 mm Diameter bar @ 290 mm C/C

0.13

199.00 kN

0.24 N/mm

0.31 N/mm

Shear stress within permissible limit

53

Considering Load Case: (104)

5.1 DATA

Grade of concrete (fck)

Grade of Reinforcement(fy)

Unit wt. of concrete

Unit wt. of soil

Unit weight of water

Total depth of foundation below R.L.

Net SBC of Soil

Length of wall, Lp

Width of the Wall, Wp

Projection of Column Above GL.

Length of the footing, L

Width of the footing, B

Thickness of the footing, Tf

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Node no. =

Loading Combination =

Vertical Load (fy)

Horz. Load (Fx)

Horz. Load (Fz)

Moment (Mx)

Moment (Mz)

40.00

500.00

25.00

20.00

10.00

1.20

300.00

0.70

1.00

0.00

3.80

1.00

0.70

104

=

=

=

=

=

12

4

984.12

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.50 m

0.70 m

ELEVATION

1.00

1.55

5.3 WALL

Length (l, dim. || Z axis )

Breadth (b, dim. || X axis)

0.70

PLAN

1.55

=

=

700

1000

Height of pedestal

Weight of pedestal/column

=

=

0.50

17.50

5.4 FOOTING

Foot length (L, dim. || Z axis)

Foot Breadth (B, dim. || X axis)

Thickness of footing (t)

Clear cover to Reinforcement

Main bar dia of footing

Effective depth of footing

Selfweight of the footing

Area of Footing(A)

Sect mod of foot (Zxx)

Sec mod of foot (Zzz)

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

3.80

1.00

700

75

20

615.00

66.50

3.80

0.63

2.41

Safe NET bearing pressure

=

300.00

25% increase due to earthquake

=

375.00

Unfactored load case number

=

1.00

Axial load from output (P1)

=

984.12

Moment about Z axis (Mx)

=

0.00

Moment about X axis (Mz)

=

0.00

Depth of top of foot. from ground

=

0.50

Unit wt of soil

=

18.00

Weight of soil retained above foot

=

27.90

P = (P1+soil+pedestal+foot selfwt)

=

1096.02

Maximum bearing pressure

=

288.43

Minimum bearing pressure

=

288.42

Hence footing is safe against max gross bearing pr.

5.6 DESIGN FORCES

Factored load comb. no.

Axial load:(Pu)

Moment about Z axis (Mux)

Moment about X axis (Muz)

Resultant Hz force(Hr)

Maximum effective soil pressure pe max

Pressure due to P

Pressure due to Mx

Pressure due to Mz

( Pu/Area+ Muz/Zz + Mux/Zx)

Minimum effective soil pressure pe min

( Pu/Area - Muz/Zz - Mux/Zx)

Design of footing is done using above maximum effective soil pressure

Design Base Pressure

4

1.00

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

1.00

1096.02

0.00

0.00

0.00

288.42

288.43

0.00

0.00

288.43

3.80

footing plan

Pressure at corner '1'

Pressure at corner '2'

Pressure at corner '3'

Pressure at corner '4'

=

=

=

=

288.43

288.42

288.42

288.43

=

=

=

=

R=c* j* k/2=

288.43

10

13.33

275

1.94

1/4.

2/3.

1.55

0.70

1.55

288.42

288.43

Modular Ratio of (Es/Es),

Allowable Flexural Comp. Stress in Concrete,

Allowable tensile Stress in Reinforcement,

k=

0.33

j = 1-k/3

0.89

Depth Check (considering 1m width of footing)

Moment @ pedestial face

Load factor for Concrete design

Factored Moment, Mx

Eff. Depth required

Eff. Depth provided, deff

Reinforcement calculation

% steel reqd.

min. % of steel reqd.

Area of Steel reqd.

Spacing of reinforcement

Provide spacing

area of Steel provided

=

335.66

=

335.66

=

1

=

335.66

=

416.05

=

617

Hence Effective depth provided is OK.

=

=

=

=

=

=

0.36

0.15

2219.83

141.52

125

2513.28

% steel provided

0.41

4

1.00

2

0.93

3.80

288.43

288.42

Pressure variation

Pressure @ section

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

Max Shear force

Shear stress,tv

Percentage steel provided

288.43

288.43

130.35

130.35

130.35

0.21

0.41

Pt

tc

0.25

0.23

0.41

0.28

0.5

0.31

Permissible shear stress =

0.28

Shear stress is within permissible limit, Hence section provided is OK.

Summary

Length of the Footing in X- direction

Width of the footing in Z- direction

Thickness of the footing

=

=

=

Bottom reinforcement

Provide at bttm 20 mm TOR @ 125 mm C/C parallel X direction

Provide at bttm 12 mm TOR @ 150 mm C/C parallel Z direction

Provide at top 12 mm TOR @ 125 mm C/C parallel X direction

Provide at top 12 mm TOR @ 200 mm C/C parallel Z direction"

Provide 10mm Dia. 3 Nos. Skin Bar

3.80

1.00

0.70

N/mm

N/mm

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

m

kN/m

m

m

m

m

m

m

kN

kN

kN

kN-m

kN-m

mm

mm

m

kN

m

m

mm

mm

mm

mm

kN

m

m

m

kN/m

kN/m

kN

kN-m

kN-m

m

kN/m

kN

kN

kN/m

kN/m

kN

kN-m

kN-m

kN

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

kN/m

N/mm

N/mm

kN.m

kN.m

kN.m

mm

mm

%

%

mm

mm

mm

mm

kN/m

kN/m

kN

kN

kN

N/mm

%

N/mm

m

m

m

fck (MPa) fcm(MPa) fctm(MPa)

M15

M20

M25

M30

M35

M40

M45

M50

M55

M60

M65

M70

M75

M80

M85

M90

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

1.6

1.9

2.2

2.5

2.8

3.0

3.3

3.5

3.7

4.0

4.1

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.7

4.8

fctk,0.05( fctk,0.95(

Ecm (GPa) cl (0/00) cul (0/00)

MPa)

MPa)

1.1

2.0

27

1.8

3.5

1.3

2.5

29

1.9

3.5

1.5

2.9

30

2.0

3.5

1.7

3.2

31

2.0

3.5

1.9

3.6

32

2.1

3.5

2.1

3.9

33

2.2

3.5

2.3

4.3

34

2.3

3.5

2.5

4.6

35

2.3

3.5

2.6

4.9

36

2.4

3.5

2.8

5.2

37

2.4

3.5

2.9

5.4

38

2.5

3.4

3.0

5.6

38

2.5

3.2

3.1

5.7

39

2.6

3.0

3.2

5.9

40

2.6

2.9

3.3

6.1

40

2.7

2.9

3.3

6.2

41

2.7

2.8

2 The tabulated values of Ecm are for quartzite/granite aggregate. For other aggregates, they shoul

Lime stone =

0.9 , Sand Sto

0.7 ,basalt =

1.2

Type of

Steel

Grade/

Designati

on

Mild

Steel(MS)

Grade I

Fe 415

High yield Fe 415D

strength

Fe 500

deformed

Fe 500D

steel

Fe 550

(HYSD

Fe 550D

Steel)

Fe 600

Fy

415

415

500

500

550

550

600

oncrete

2 (0/00) cu2 (0/00)

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.3

2.4

2.4

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.3

3.1

2.9

2.8

2.7

2.6

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

1.9

1.7

1.6

1.5

1.5

1.4

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

2.1

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.3

3.1

2.9

2.8

2.7

2.6

ponding properties to be used in the design are given below. The strains are expressed in per thousand by 0/00 sign.

ggregates, they should be multiplied by factors as given below

Project

Err:509

:

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

#REF!

*ANALYSIS OF BOX CULVERT WITH SPRING CONSTANT

INPUT WIDTH 79

UNIT METER KN

JOINT COORDINATES

1000

2 0.35 0 0

3 0.85 0 0

4 2.136 0 0

5 3.422 0 0

6 4.708 0 0

7 5.993 0 0

8 7.279 0 0

9 8.565 0 0

10 9.85 0 0

11 10.35 0 0

12 10.7 0 0

13 0 0.35 0

14 0 0.85 0

15 0 2.517 0

16 0 4.184 0

17 0 5.85 0

18 0 6.35 0

19 10.7 0.35 0

20 10.7 0.85 0

21 10.7 2.517 0

22 10.7 4.184 0

23 10.7 5.85 0

24 10.7 6.35 0

25 0 6.8 0

26 0.35 6.8 0

27 0.85 6.8 0

28 3.384 6.8 0

29 4.695 6.8 0

30 6.006 6.8 0

31 7.317 6.8 0

32 9.85 6.8 0

33 10.35 6.8 0

34 10.7 6.8 0

35 10.701 0 0

36 -0.001 0 0

MEMBER INCIDENCES

1 1 2;

2 2 3;

3 3 4;

4 4 5;

5 5 6;

6 6 7;

7 7 8;

8 8 9;

9 9 10;

10 10 11;

11 11 12;

12 1 13;

13 13 14;

14 14 15;

15 15 16;

16 16 17;

17 17 18;

18 18 25;

19 12 19;

20 19 20;

21 20 21;

22 21 22;

23 22 23;

24 23 24;

25 24 34;

26 25 26;

27 26 27;

28 27 28;

29 28 29;

30 29 30;

31 30 31;

32 31 32;

33 32 33;

34 33 34;

35 36 1

36 12 35

MEMBER PROPERTIES INDIAN

1 11 PRIS YD 0.7 ZD 1

2 10 PRIS YD 0.7 ZD 1

3 TO 9 PRIS YD 0.7 ZD 1

12 TO 18 PRIS YD 0.7 ZD 1

19 TO 25 PRIS YD 0.7 ZD 1

26 TO 36 PRIS YD 0.9 ZD 1

CONSTANTS

E 31622777 ALL

POISSON 0.15 ALL

DENSITY 25 ALL

ALPHA 1.17e-005 ALL

SUPPORTS

1 FIXED BUT FZ MX MY MZ KFY 280.001

12 FIXED BUT FX FZ MX MY MZ KFY 280.001

2 11 FIXED BUT FX FZ MX MY MZ KFY 680

3 10 FIXED BUT FX FZ MX MY MZ KFY 1428.572

4 TO 9 FIXED BUT FX FZ MX MY MZ KFY 2057.143

35 36 FIXED BUT FX FZ MX MY MZ KFY 0.001

SELFWEIGHT Y -1

LOAD 2 SIDL

MEMBER LOAD

26 TO 34 UNI GY -6.3

LOAD 3 ACTIVE EARTH PR. (BOTH SIDES)

MEMBER LOAD

12 TRAP GX 76.01 72.51

13 TRAP GX 72.51 67.51

14 TRAP GX 67.51 50.84

15 TRAP GX 50.84 34.17

16 TRAP GX 34.17 17.5

17 TRAP GX 17.5 12.5

18 TRAP GX 12.5 8

19 TRAP GX -76.01 -72.51

20 TRAP GX -72.51 -67.51

21 TRAP GX -67.51 -50.84

22 TRAP GX -50.84 -34.17

23 TRAP GX -34.17 -17.5

24 TRAP GX -17.5 -12.5

25 TRAP GX -12.5 -8

*WEIGHT OF EARTH ON PROEJCTED PORTION OF SLAB

35 36 UNI GY 0

LOAD 4 LIVE LOAD 1(70R TRACKED)

MEMBER LOAD

26 TO 34 UNI GY -14.04

LOAD 5 LIVE LOAD 2 (40T BOGIE )

MEMBER LOAD

26 TO 34 UNI GY -17.38

LOAD 6 LIVE LOAD 3(CLASS A 2LANE)

MEMBER LOAD

26 TO 34 UNI GY -16.38

LOAD 7 LL SURCHARGE (BOTH SIDES)

MEMBER LOAD

12 TO 18 UNI GX 12

19 TO 25 UNI GX -12

LOAD 8 LL SURCHARGE (LEFT SIDE)

MEMBER LOAD

12 TO 18 UNI GX 12

LOAD 9 LL SURCHARGE (RIGHT SIDE)

MEMBER LOAD

19 TO 25 UNI GX -12

LOAD 10 BRAKING FORCE (LEFT SIDE)

JOINT LOAD

25 FX 3.34

JOINT LOAD

34 FX -3.34

LOAD COMBINATION 101

112131

LOAD COMBINATION 102

11213141

LOAD COMBINATION 103

1121314171

LOAD COMBINATION 104

1 1 2 1 3 14 1 8 1 10 1

LOAD COMBINATION 105

1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 9 1 11 1

LOAD COMBINATION 106

1 1 2 13 1 5 1

LOAD COMBINATION 107

1121315171

LOAD COMBINATION 108

1 1 2 1 3 1 5 1 8 1 10 1

LOAD COMBINATION 109

1 1 2 1 3 1 5 1 9 1 11 1

LOAD COMBINATION 110

11213161

LOAD COMBINATION 111

1121316171

LOAD COMBINATION 112

1 1 2 1 3 1 6 1 8 1 10 1

LOAD COMBINATION 113

1 1 2 1 3 1 6 1 9 1 11 1

PERFORM ANALYSIS

PRINT SUPPORT REACTION

PRINT MAXFORCE ENVELOPE ALL

FINISH

Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

4.0

1 x 10 x 6 without Cushion

Theoretical curtailment point

C/L

27

25 26

18 26 27

17 18

28

29

28

30

29

17

16

16

15

15

14

14

13 13

12 1

1

Maximum BM = Mreq

Maximum SF = SFreq

Depth of member (D)

Width of the meber (b)

Grade of Concrete Used

Grade of steel

Charactristic strength of concrete (fck)

=

=

=

=

=

=

38.6 kN-m

20 kN

210 mm

1000 mm

M30

Fe 500

30 N/mm2

(From analysis)

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Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

Partial material safety factor for concrete (m)

Partial material safety factor for Steel (s)

Ultimate compressive strain in the concrete (cu3)

modulus of elasticity of reinforcing of steel (Es)

Ultimate tensile strain in the steel (s) = [{fy/(s xEs)}+0.002]

Factor = ()

Effective depth of member (d)

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

500 N/mm2

Table no:18.1 (IRC:1121.5 Basic

Page 49: (IRC:112-2011)

1.15 Basic

Page 30: (IRC:112-2011)

0.0035 Up to fck 60 Table no:6.5 (IRC:112-2

200000 N/mm2

Clause 6.2.2 (IRC:112-20

0.00417

0.67 Cube

A2.10 Page : 244 (IRC:112-201

0.8 0.8 Up to fck 60Mpa,Eq.A2-33 (IRC:112-2011)

1 1.0 Up to fck 60Mpa,Eq.A2-35 (IRC:112-2011);

13.400

10.720

0.400

844.0

M/(bd2Fav) = kav

Limiting Neutral axis depth (x lim) = (d*cu3)/(s+cu3)

=

=

0.005

384.941 mm

Factor ( )

Factor ()

fcd = (*fck/m)

Factor Fav (fcd)

Force in compression = Force in Tension from Fig. A2-4 - rectangular Tensile Strength

fy*As

s

fcd *x* b

As

s * Fav * x*b

Fav * x*b

fy

M

fy*As *(d-x/2)

s

s * fy

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Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

0

d-sqrt(d2-4**M/Fav*b)/(2*)

d*(1-sqrt(1-4**M/Fav*b*d2))/(2*)

d*(1-sqrt(1-4**kav))/(2*)

844x(1-sqrt1-4x0.4x0.005))/(2x0.4)

4.274948272 mm

<

s * Fav * x*b

=

=

fy

1.15x10.72x4.275x1000/ 500

105.4031246 mm2

Provide

No's

Provided reinforcemnt

x2 -dx + M/Fav*b

x

Required reinforcement

As

384.941

Safe

105.40

Safe

384.941

Safe

20

628.32 mm2

>

fy*As * m

s * fck * * b

471240

1.15x1x30x0.67x0.8x1000

25.480 mm

<

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Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

Page # 77

Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

4.1

Section

29 & 30

27&28

16,17

15

13&14

2&3

4,5&6

Face

Top

Bottom

Top

Bottom

Outside

Inside

Outside

Inside

Outside

Inside

Top

Bottom

Top

Bottom

Mdes (KN.m)

10.73

44

43.7

10.00

54

12

25.3

22.3

64.54

16

18

59.6

58.89

14

Limiting

depth

(Xulim)

384.941

384.941

384.941

384.941

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

282.320

Xu

1.187

4.874

4.841

1.106

8.181

1.811

3.822

3.368

9.788

2.415

2.717

9.034

8.926

2.113

Effective

depth

provided

844.0

844.0

844.0

844.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

619.0

kav

Deff

required.

(mm)

0.0014051

0.005762

0.0057227

0.0013095

0.0131467

0.0029215

0.0061595

0.0054291

0.0157128

0.0038953

0.0043822

0.0145101

0.0143372

0.0034084

29

120

119

27

202

45

94

83

241

60

67

223

220

52

Ast reqd.

(mm2/m)

(mm2/m)

#REF!

#REF!

356

79

167

147

425

105

119

393

388

92

743

743

743

743

743

743

743

743

743

743

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Project

Err:509

0 DESIGN OF PORTAL

4.2

Distribution Steel

Section

Top slab

vertical wall

Bottom slab

4.3

Face

Mdes (KN.m)

Limiting

depth

(Xulim)

Xu

Effective

depth

provided

kav

Top

Bottom

Outside

Inside

Top

10.9

11.0

16.1

5.6

14.7

384.94051

384.94051

384.94051

384.94051

384.94051

384.9405

384.9405

384.9405

384.9405

384.9405

844.0 0.0014307

844.0 0.0014405

619.0 0.0039282

619.0 0.0013573

619.0 0.0035843

Bottom

14.9

384.94051 384.9405

619.0 0.0036275

Deff reqd.

(m)

Doverall provd.

(m)

75.3

844

#REF!

91.2

608

87.7

608

Section

Vdes

(KN)

(KN)

vMpa

Compression

(% steel)

(m)

Vertical wall

Bottom slab

71.0

98.0

115.0

619

0.1147

0.24

2.757

94.0

619

0.1583

0.30

5.32

Page # 79

Steel

Bar mark

ts1

ts2

ts3

ts4

ts5

ts6

w1

w2

w3

w4

w6

bs1

bs2

bs3

bs4

bs5

h1

h2

h3

h4

10.00

Dia

12

10

12

10

10

12

12

12

10

10

10

12

10

12

10

12

10

10

10

10

6.00

Spacing

120

200

200

200

8 No.

200

120

200

200

8 No.

200

200

200

120

200

200

200

200

200

10 No.

L1

L2

L3

3000

1800

1500

om analysis)

Page # 80

e 49: (IRC:112-2011)

e 30: (IRC:112-2011)

use 6.2.2 (IRC:112-2011)

Cylinder

Page # 81

Page # 82

Page # 83

Bar Mark

Diameter

Spacing

Bar Mark

Diameter

Spacing

Ast provd.

(mm2/m)

(% steel)

Status

ts1

ts3

w1

ts3

w1

w2

w1

w2

w1

w2

bs1

w1

bs1

bs3

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

120

200

120

200

120

200

120

200

120

200

200

120

200

200

ts7

ts6

ts1

_

ts1

w5

_

w5

bs3

_

bs3

bs5

b6

0

12

12

0

12

0

0

0

12

0

0

12

12

0

120

200

120

200

120

200

120

200

200

200

200

120

200

200

942

1131

1885

565

1885.0

565.5

942.5

565.5

1508.0

565.5

565.5

1885.0

1131.0

565.5

#REF!

OK

#REF!

Not OK

Not OK

0.30

0.09

0.15

0.09

0.24

0.09

0.09

0.30

0.18

0.09

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

Page # 84

Ast reqd.

(mm2/m)

Bar Mark

Diameter

Spacing

#REF!

#REF!

108

37

99

ts2

ts4

w3

w6

bs2

10

10

10

10

10

100

bs4

10

cMpa

Status

0.629

OK

1.329

OK

Diameter

Spacing

Ast provd.

(mm2/m)

(% steel)

200

200

200

200

200

0

0

0

0

0

200

200

200

200

200

393

393

393

393

393

#REF!

200

200

393

0.06

Bar Mark

0.06

0.06

0.06

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