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Gate

Width (clear span) = B ≔ 12.25

Gatetravel ≔ Hg = 4191

Water and Water Head

Design Head = Hw ≔ FSL − Elsl = 21.68

Head at Bottom = Hb ≔ Hw

3

Thickness of skin plate = tsk ≔ 12

Section Properties

2

Area of beam = Abm ≔ 78.35

4 4

Moment of inertia of beam = Ixx ≔ 15130 = 363.5

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Wheel , Wheel Pin and Lifting pin

Diameter of the Wheel Dwheel ≔ 355

Dpin ≔ 100

ACp ≔ 408

BCp ≔ 351

ABp ≔ 57

Hoisting Machine

Module of first pinion and gear m1 ≔ 4 mm Module of second pinion and gear m2 ≔ 5 mm

Sill Beam

Thickness of Sill Plate t1 ≔ 10

Page 4 of 42

Second Stage Embedded Parts

Slide track

Thickness of track bar t5 ≔ 40

(Long side)

Width of guide bar angle (Long side) w6 ≔ 200

(Short Side)

Width of guide bar angle (Short side) w7 ≔ 100

Rope Drum

Pitch dia of Rope Drum = PCDRD ≔ 20 = 508

Width of keyway of Axle = bkw1 ≔ 22 = 0.866

3

Section modulus of Rope Drum Sxx ≔ 280.0

Support Chanel =

Page 5 of 42

Allowable Stresses for the design of Gate Equipment

No.

a) - For Structural members Normal Exceptional Extreme

2 Shear Stress 0.40 Fy 0.50 Fy 0.60 Fy

3 Tension Stress 0.45 Fy 0.50 Fy 0.60 Fy

4 Bearing Stress 0.80 Fy 0.85 Fy 0.90 Fy

5 Combined Stresses 0.75 Fy 0.95 Fy No

b) ii - For all mechanical and 0.33 Fy or 0.67 Fy or 0.90 Fy or

Electrical Components 0.20 Fu 0.4 Fu or 0.55 Fu

Which ever Which ever

is minimum is less

MATERIALS USED.

Materials Specifications

1- Structural Steel.

a- For Skin plate, Beams & Stiffeners of Stop log. ASTM-A36 "Specification for structural steel"

b- For Embedded parts ASTM-A36 "Specification for structural steel"

( except Seal & track plates & Side guides)

2- Corrosion- Resisting (or Corrosion Resistant) Steel. ASTM-A-276, "Specification for stainless & heat

( Bars, Bolts, Nuts & Washer etc.) resisting steel bars & shapes.

ASTM-A-276, "Specification for stainless & heat

(Pins & Rods) resisting steel bars & shapes.

4- Stainless Steel( plates, sheet & strips) ASTM-A-240, " Specification for heat resisting

chromium & chromium - nickel stainless steel plates,

sheet & strip.

Alloy, Hot Rolled, Cold Finished.

6- Steel Bolts and Nuts. and Internally Threaded Standard Fasteners.

ASTM - A325, For High Strength Bolts for

Structural Steel Joints Including Suitable Nuts and Plain

Hardened Washers.

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Loading

Hg = 4191

B = 3733.8

Hw = 21.68

Hb = 21.68

Htop = 7.93

3

Ps = 1352.832

7 .5

2- Hydrodynamic Pressure Pd ≔ ―⋅ ⎛⎝Hw ⋅ Hb⎞⎠ ⋅ ω ⋅ ag

8

Pd = 177.559

Hb

Wtotal ≔ ⎛⎝Ps + Pd⎞⎠ ⋅ ―― ⋅ Wg = 208663.38

2

Hw

4- Hydrostatic Load on gate) = WHS ≔ Ps ⋅ Wg ⋅ ―― = 184453.81

2

5- Pressure Intensity at the top of Gate: Ptop ≔ ω ⋅ Htop = 3.436 ―― as H = 0

2

Page 7 of 42

Beam Spacing

d1 + d2 + d3 + d4 + d5 + d6 + d7 = 4031

d1

AB ≔ ― = 405.5

2

d1 d2

BC ≔ ―+ ―= 765.5

2 2

d2 d3

CD ≔ ― + ―= 685

2 2

d3 d4

DE ≔ ― + ―= 615

2 2

d4 d5

EF ≔ ―+ ―= 560

2 2

d5 d6

FG ≔ ― + ―= 525

2 2

d6

GH ≔ d7 + ― = 475

2

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Hb = 6608.06

H1 ≔ Hb − GH = 6133.06

H2 ≔ H1 − FG = 5608.06

H3 ≔ H2 − EF = 5048.06

H4 ≔ H3 − DE = 4433.06

H5 ≔ H4 − CD = 3748.06

H6 ≔ H5 − BC = 2982.56

Hydraulic Forces

ω = 62.4 ―― Hb = 21.68 ag = 0.15

3

7 .5

Hydrodynamic Pressure , Pd = ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hbottom ⋅ Hn⎞⎠

8

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG7 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ Hb + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ Hb⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ GH = 29998.228

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG7 ⋅ B

Mu7 ≔ ―――― = 551217.434 ⋅

8

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG6 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H1 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H1⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ FG = 30908.305

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG6 ⋅ B

Mu6 ≔ ―――― = 567940.113 ⋅

8

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v) Load on Girder No.5 = Average Pressure Intensity x Area

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG5 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H2 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H2⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ EF = 30312.082

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG5 ⋅ B

Mu5 ≔ ―――― = 556984.5 ⋅

8

(v) Load on Girder No.4 = Average Pressure Intensity x Area

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG4 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H3 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H3⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ DE = 30166.85

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG4 ⋅ B

Mu4 ≔ ―――― = 554315.865 ⋅

8

(vi) Load on Girder No.3 = Average Pressure Intensity x Area

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG3 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H4 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H4⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ CD = 29765.517

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG3 ⋅ B

Mu3 ≔ ―――― = 546941.369 ⋅

8

(vii) Load on Girder No.2 = Average Pressure Intensity x Area

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG2 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H5 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H5⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ BC = 28463.667

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG2 ⋅ B

Mu2 ≔ ―――― = 523019.872 ⋅

8

(viii) Load on Girder No.1 = Average Pressure Intensity x Area

⎛ 7 .5⎞

LoadG1 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H6 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H6⎞⎠ ⎟ ⋅ Wg ⋅ AB = 12213.762

⎝ 8 ⎠

Considering gate as a beam with uniformly distributed resting on free supports.

WL

Maximum bending Moment = ――

8

LoadG1 ⋅ B

Mu1 ≔ ―――― = 224427.885 ⋅

8

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HORIZONTAL BEAM

From Page No; 9 it is found that Maximum Bending Moment is at Girder No. 6

Therefore section Modulus for girder sizing is calculated based on Maximum Bending Moment at

Girder No.6 Mu6 = 567940.113 ⋅

Mu6 3

Section Modulus Z ≔ ―― = 26.29

fb

GATE GIRDERS

Section Modulus of Girder IPN 360 including 24 x t of skin plate.

2

Area of plate Aplate ≔ bplate ⋅ tsk = 3456

2

Area of Beam Abm = 7835

3

bplate ⋅ tsk 4 4

Moment inertia of Plate Ixp ≔ ―――― = ⎝⎛4.147 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

12

8 4

Moment inertia of Beam I = ⎛⎝1.51 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

xx

2

Total Area Atotal ≔ Aplate + Abm = 11291

tsk

Arm of plate Yplate ≔ ― = 6

2

Hbm

Arm of beam Ybeam ≔ ―― + tsk = 192

2

3

Moment of Plate AYplate ≔ Aplate ⋅ Yplate = 20736

−3 3

Moment of Beam AYbeam ≔ Abm ⋅ Ybeam = ⎛⎝1.5 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

3

Total Moment AYtotal ≔ AYplate + AYbeam = 1525056

AYtotal

Y ≔ ――― = 135.07

Atotal

Y' ≔ Ybeam − Y = 56.93

tsk

dy ≔ Y − ― = 129.07

2

dy' ≔ Hbm − Y + tsk = 236.93

2 8 4

IxBeam ≔ Ixx + Abm ⋅ Y' = ⎛⎝1.77 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

2 7 4

IxPlate ≔ Ixp + Aplate ⋅ dy = ⎛⎝5.76 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

4

Ix ≔ IxBeam + IxPlate = 23430.86

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Ix 3

Zc ≔ ― = 1734.74

Y

Ix 3

Zt ≔ ―― = 988.93

dy'

Let us see how the stresses are acting on the selected size of Girders.

Maximum bending moment is at Girder No.6

Mu6 Mu6

fc ≔ ―― = 5364.988 ft ≔ ―― = 9411.061

Zc Zt

Which are less than allowable bending stress i.e 21600 psi

Mu ≔ Mu6 = 567940.113 ⋅

Mn ≔ 0.9 ⋅ Fy ⋅ Zc = 3429878.705 ⋅

Mn > Mu

E = 30000000

4

Ixx = 363.5

3

5⋅W⋅L

f ≔ ―――― = 3.223

384 E ⋅ Ixx

Allowable Deflection.

L

fa ≔ ―― = 5.112

750

fa > f

Page 12 of 42

Skin Plate

The bending stresses from water pressure are calculated with the theory of plates based on

the theory of elasticity, through the formula

2

k P⋅a

fb = ―― ⋅ ―― Ref : Page 115 Eq. 5.3

100 T 2

sk

Hence ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾2

k P⋅a

Tsk= ――――⋅

100 fb

Allowable bending stress = fb = 21600

d6 = 510 d5 = 540

So .5⎞

⎛ 7

Pn = ⎜ω ⋅ Hn + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hbottom ⋅ Hn⎞⎠ ⎟

⎝ 8 ⎠

⎛ 7 .5⎞

P1 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H5 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H5⎞⎠ ⎟ = 6.257

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

1 1

Tsk1 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 11.261 < 12mm

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

⎛ 7 .5⎞

P2 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H4 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H4⎞⎠ ⎟ = 7.312

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

2 2

Tsk2 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 10.868 < 12mm

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

⎛ 7 .5⎞

P3 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H3 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝H3 ⋅ H4⎞⎠ ⎟ = 8.06

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

3 3

Tsk3 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 10.378 < 12mm

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

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⎛ 7 .5⎞

P4 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H2 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H2⎞⎠ ⎟ = 9.109

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

4 4

Tsk4 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 9.922 < 12mm

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

⎛ 7 .5⎞

P5 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H1 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H1⎞⎠ ⎟ = 9.907

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

5 5

Tsk5 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 9.678 < 0.12 in

⎝ 100 f b ⎠

⎛ 7 .5⎞

P6 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ H1 + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ H1⎞⎠ ⎟ = 9.907

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k P ⋅d 2 ⎞

4 6

Tsk6 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 8.906 < 0.12mm

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

k1 = Non dimensional factor = 75

.5⎞

( for 3 Edge fixed )

⎛ 7

P7 ≔ ⎜ω ⋅ Hb + ―⋅ ω ⋅ ag ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb ⋅ Hb⎞⎠ ⎟ = 10.628 k1 ≔ 75

⎝ 8 ⎠

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ k 2

P7 ⋅ d7 ⎞

1

Tsk7 ≔ Ca + ⎜―― ⋅ ――― ⎟ = 5.726 < 0.12

⎝ 100 fb ⎠

skin plate required is less than 0.394 in. 10.0mm. The Extra thickness is

provided as a corrosion allowance for longer life.

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Center of Gravity

WEIGHT OF GATE AND CENTRE OF GRAVITY (Ref. Shop Dwgs.)

Sr. Item Qty. Size U. T. Arm. Moment

No (mm) Weight Weight

. No. Length Height Thick kgs kgs mm mm- kgs.

1- Skin plate 1 3813.8 4191.0 12.0 1505.7 1505.7 6.0 9034.0

2- Beam 14.17 x 5.51 7 3794.0 360.0 13.0 231.4 1620.0 192.0 311047.3

3- Gate End Plate. 2 4191.0 310.0 20.0 204.0 408.0 192.0 78326.8

4- Stiffener Plate. 2 4191.0 310.0 12.0 122.4 244.8 192.0 46996.1

5- Stiffener Plate. 5 4191.0 360.0 10.0 118.4 592.2 192.0 113700.2

6- Stiffener Plate. 3 2425.0 100.0 12.0 22.8 68.5 378.0 25904.5

7- H. Backing Plate 1 3640.0 75.0 12.0 25.7 25.7 18.0 462.9

8- V.Backing Plate 2 4191.0 55.0 20.0 36.2 72.4 -10.0 -723.8

9- H.Clamping Plate. 1 3640.0 100.0 12.0 34.3 34.3 -26.0 -891.5

10- V. Clamping Plate. 2 4191.0 55.0 12.0 21.7 43.4 -46.0 -1997.6

11- Top Seal Clamping 1 3813.8 55.0 12.0 19.8 19.8 -18.0 -355.7

12- Retaining Bar. 1 3640.8 32.0 32.0 29.3 29.3 -16.0 -468.3

13- Bottom Seal.+Top Seal 2 3640.0 108.0 20.0 8.6 17.1 -10.0 -171.1

14- Side Seal Angle Type 2 4191.0 75.0 20.0 6.8 13.7 -10.0 -136.8

15- Key Plate. 6 150.0 50.0 12.0 0.7 4.2 159.5 676.1

16- Wheel + W.Pin 3 Sets 231.0 693.0 159.5 110533.5

( Spacers , St. Pt. etc. )

17- Dogging Device. 2 18.5 37.0 150.0 5550.0

18 - L. Eye Plate. 4 240.0 150.0 20.0 5.7 22.6 145.0 3278.2

TOTAL 5451.6 700764.7

5,451.6

Gate =

Total Moments 700764.7 kgs.-mm

Centre of gravity from outer face of Skin Plate of Gate = Total Moment / Total Wt. of Gate.

= 700764.7 / 5,451.6

= 128.534 mm

C. G. = 130 mm

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Design of Wheel & Pin

ROLLERS

Let 1st set ( lower) of rollers be fixed at 480mm from the bottom

of the gate ,second set ( middle ) be fixed at 1200mm from the 1st roller set and third set

( upper ) be fixed at 1750mm from the 2nd roller set

⎛ d22 ⎞

Load1stR ≔ ω ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb − d11⎞⎠ ⋅ Wg ⋅ ⎜d11 + ―― ⎟ = 55913.439

⎝ 2 ⎠

Load1stR

Load on one roller ( lower ) Load1stR1 ≔ ――― = 27956.719

2

⎛ d22 + d33 ⎞

Load2ndR ≔ ω ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb − ⎛⎝d11 + d22⎞⎠⎞⎠ ⋅ Wg ⋅ ⎜――― ⎟ = 61409.776 ⎛⎝d11 + d22⎞⎠ = 66.142

⎝ 2 ⎠

Load2ndR

Load2ndR1 ≔ ――― = 30704.888

2

⎛ d33 ⎞

Load3rdR ≔ ω ⋅ ⎛⎝Hb − ⎛⎝d11 + d22 + d33⎞⎠⎞⎠ ⋅ Wg ⋅ ⎜Hg − d22 − d11 − ―― ⎟ = 43925.336

⎝ 2 ⎠

Load3rdR

Load3rdR1 ≔ ―――= 21962.668

2

found by the formula. (Ref.# 2 Machinery' s hand

book)

C

B ≔ ―――

1250 ⋅ A

32362

B ≔ ――― = 8.63

1250 ⋅ 3

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Dia of Smallest Track Wheel that will Safely Carry the Load is found by the formula,

C

Dreq ≔ ――

A⋅K

32363

Dreq ≔ ――― = 13.48 = 13.48 = 342.4

3 ⋅ 800

We are Using Track Bar of Size 75mm x 63.5mm& Gate Wheel of Dia. 355mm

Hence the Design is Safe.

Roller Pin

Let Material of Pin be ASTM A - 276 Type 410 having U.T.S. = fu ≔ 65000

Reaction R 1 , R 2 and Load W are

acting on the pin as shown in the sketch.

Let length of the Pin is 13 in. from the

point B and C.

Maximum load on the wheel is =

W ≔ Load2ndR1 = 30704.888

ACp = 408

BCp = 351

ABp = 57

ACp

R1 ≔ W ⋅ ―― = 35691.152

BCp

Similarly

ABp

R ≔ W ⋅ ―― = 4986.264

BCp

Maximum Bending Moment at R1 = W x ABp

R1 ≔ W ⋅ ABp = 68904.67 ⋅

R1 3

Section Modulus ( Z ) Z ≔ ― = 86.857 Required

fs

3

Section Modulus ( Shaft) = ― ⋅ dreq Zshaft ≔ Z

32

3 ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾ 32

dreq ≔ Zshaft ⋅ ― = 95.999 Required

We are using 100 mm. dia Wheel Pin of ASTM A - 276, type 410.

Hence Selected Pin Dia. is Safe.

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RONZE BUSH

Maximum load on the wheel is = W = 30704.888

W 2

AreaRequired ≔ ―= 4952.391

fa

Actual area as per recommended pin dia = Bush length x dia

2

Areaactual ≔ Lbush ⋅ dbush = 9600

Alternative Approach.

Bearing Stress Developed = Max. Load / Wheel Bearing Area.

W

fbearing ≔ ―――― = 2063.496

Areaactual

Page 18 of 42

COUNTER WEIGHT

5- The counter weight box will be fabricated with 1 /4" thick plates and

angles of size 2 1/2 " x 2 1/2 " x 5/16" will be used as horizontal angles of the box,

at the bottom and at the top. Diagonal and vertical stiffeners will also

be of the same size. The box will be of welded structure.

2

(i) X-sectional area of the angle = 1.46 in.2 Aangle ≔ 1.46

(ii) Effective depth D from C to C of the up and down angle = Deptheff ≔ 26.375

WeightCW ⋅ LCW

(iii) Maximum Bending Moment ( WL/8) = MMax ≔ ―――――― = 217661.871 ⋅

8

MMax

iv) Stress f = B.M. /( D x Area x 2) = f1 ≔ ――――――= 2826.227

Deptheff ⋅ Aangle ⋅ 2

2696.15 < 21600 therefore it is safe.

63.5mm x 63.5mm x 8mm Wa ≔ 7.441 ―

3

3

Page 19 of 42

Space Between Vertical Angles l1 ≔ 685

ld1 ≔ ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

2 2

Length of Diagonal Stiffeners l1 + HCW = 1283.141

ld2 ≔ ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

2 2

Length of Diagonal Stiffeners l2 + HCW = 1435.557

Wgu ≔ a ⋅ b ⋅ t ⋅ ω = 3.14

Wcon 3

Actual Volume of Counter Weight Vc ≔ ――= 74.685

Box to be filled with concrete. ωc

Vc

height of concrete to be filled Hcon ≔ ―――― = 1084.31

WCW ⋅ LCW

Page 20 of 42

Design of Embedded Parts

1- Design of bottom embedded parts

Trial Section

t1 = 10 w1 = 150

2

A1 ≔ t1 ⋅ w1 = 1500

t2 = 20 w2 = 125

2

A2 ≔ t2 ⋅ w2 = 2500

t3 = 12 w3 = 150

2

A3 ≔ t3 ⋅ w3 = 1800

t4 = 12 w4 = 150

2

A4 ≔ t4 ⋅ w4 = 1800

⎛ w3 ⎞

Y1 ≔ ⎛⎝t1 ⋅ 0.5 + t2 + w3 + t4⎞⎠ Y3 ≔ ⎜― + t4 ⎟

⎝ 2 ⎠

Y1 = 187 Y3 = 87

Y2 = 172 Y4 = 6

Y ≔ ――――――――――――― = 115.513

⎛⎝A1 + A2 + A3 + A4⎞⎠

Moment of Inertia I = I1 + I2 + I3 + I4

⎛w ⋅ t 3⎞ ⎛w ⋅ t 3 ⎞

2 2

⎝ 1 1 ⎠ 4 ⎝ 2 2 ⎠ 4

I1 ≔ ―――+ ⎛⎝A1⎞⎠ ⋅ ⎛⎝Y1 − Y⎞⎠ = 767.805 I2 ≔ ―――+ A2 ⋅ ⎛⎝Y2 − Y⎞⎠ = 806.024

12 12

⎛t ⋅ w 3 ⎞ 2 ⎛w ⋅ t 3 ⎞ 2

⎝3 3 ⎠ 4 ⎝ 4 4 ⎠ 4

I3 ≔ ――― + A3 ⋅ ⎛⎝Y − Y3⎞⎠ = 483.84 I4 ≔ ――― + A4 ⋅ ⎛⎝Y − Y4⎞⎠ = 2160.924

12 12

4

I ≔ I1 + I2 + I3 + I4 = 4218.593

4 4

I = 4218.593 I = 4218.59

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Wsb = 12018.721

Ec ≔ 3600000

E ≔ 29000000

I 3

S ≔ ―= 22.286

Y

6

E = ⎛⎝3.6 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

c Ec = 24821.126

3 ‾‾‾‾‾‾

E c ⋅ bf

4

k ≔ 0.4 ⋅ Ec ⋅ ―――

E⋅I

6

k = 28572.973 k = ⎛⎝4.14 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

1

―

4

⎛ k ⎞

β ≔ ⎜―――

⎝ 4 ⋅ E ⋅ I ⎟⎠

−1 −1

β = 0.005 β = 0.137

Wsb βx βx

M ≔ ―― e ⋅ (cos (βx) − sin (βx)) e ⋅ (cos (βx) − sin (βx)) = 1

4⋅β

Wsb

M ≔ ―― ⋅1

4β

M = 21.93 ⋅

M

fb ≔ ―

S

fb = 983.959 < 21600 psi (Allowable)

Wsb ⋅ β

P° ≔ ――― ⎛⎝Aβx1 + Aβx2 + Aβx3⎞⎠

2 ⋅ bf

The load is uniformly distributed and whole of the term ⎛⎝Aβx1 + Aβx2 + Aβx3⎞⎠ =1

Wsb ⋅ β

So P° ≔ ――― ⋅1

2 ⋅ bf

P° = 0.481

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Comparative Stress.

Comparative Stress , fc is Calculated by the formula, fc = 0.195 x fck + 2.31MPa

fc = 7.016 fc = 1017.54

Trial Section

t5 = 40 w5 = 75

2

A5 ≔ t5 ⋅ w5 = 3000

t6 = 12 w6 = 200

2

A6 ≔ t6 ⋅ w6 = 2400

t7 = 12 w7 = 100

2

A7 ≔ t7 ⋅ w7 = 1200

t8 = 12 w8 = 150

2

A8 ≔ t8 ⋅ w8 = 1800

⎛ t5 ⎞ ⎛ w7 ⎞

Y5 ≔ ⎜―+ t6 + w7 + t8⎟ Y7 ≔ ⎜― + t8⎟

⎝2 ⎠ ⎝ 2 ⎠

Y5 = 144 Y7 = 62

⎛ t6 ⎞ ⎛ t4 ⎞

Y6 ≔ ⎜―+ w7 + t8⎟ Y8 ≔ ⎜―⎟

⎝2 ⎠ ⎝2⎠

Y6 = 4.64567 Y8 = 6

YST ≔ ――――――――――――― = 95.286

⎛⎝A5 + A6 + A7 + A8⎞⎠

Moment of Inertia I = I5 + I6 + I7 + I8

⎛w ⋅ t 3 ⎞ 2 ⎛w ⋅ t 3 ⎞ 2

⎝ 5 5 ⎠ 4 ⎝ 6 6 ⎠ 4

I5 ≔ ――― + ⎛⎝A5⎞⎠ ⋅ ⎛⎝Y5 − YST⎞⎠ = 18.065 I6 ≔ ――― + A6 ⋅ ⎛⎝Y6 − YST⎞⎠ = 3.044

12 12

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⎛t ⋅ w 3 ⎞ 2 ⎛w ⋅ t 3 ⎞ 2

⎝7 7 ⎠ 4 ⎝ 8 8 ⎠ 4

I7 ≔ ―――+ A7 ⋅ ⎛⎝YST − Y7⎞⎠ = 5.597 I8 ≔ ―――+ A8 ⋅ ⎛⎝YST − Y8⎞⎠ = 34.527

12 12

4

IST ≔ I5 + I6 + I7 + I8 = 61.233

4 7 4

IST = 25486914.286 IST = ⎛⎝2.55 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

Ec ≔ 3600000

E ≔ 29000000

IST 3

SST ≔ ―― = 16.323

YST

6

E = ⎛⎝3.6 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

c Ec = 24821.126

3 ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

Ec ⋅ bST

4

k ≔ 0.4 ⋅ Ec ⋅ ―――

E ⋅ IST

6

k = 13700.103 k = ⎛⎝1.99 ⋅ 10 ⎞⎠

1

―

4

⎛ k ⎞

β ≔ ⎜―――⎟

⎝ 4 ⋅ E ⋅ IST ⎠

−1 −1

β = 0.005 β = 0.129

W1R βx βx

MST ≔ ―― e ⋅ (cos (βx) − sin (βx)) e ⋅ (cos (βx) − sin (βx)) =1

4⋅β

W1R

MST ≔ ―― ⋅1

4β

MST = 59.35 ⋅

MST

fb ≔ ――

SST

fb = 3636.37 < 21600 psi (Allowable)

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Concrete Bearing Pressure

W1R ⋅ β

P° ≔ ――― ⎛⎝Aβx1 + Aβx2 + Aβx3⎞⎠

2 ⋅ bST

The load is uniformly distributed and whole of the term ⎛⎝Aβx1 + Aβx2 + Aβx3⎞⎠ =1

W ⋅β

SoP° ≔ ―――

1R

⋅1

2 ⋅ bST

P° = 0.331 This value is very small hence our Design is Safe

Weight of Gate = Weightgate = 12018.721

Seal Friction

Fs = μNs

Where μ ≔ .9

P⋅L 2 2

Ns = ――⎛⎝b + a + a ⋅ ts⎞⎠

2b

Where a ≔ 20 b ≔ 26 ts ≔ 12

Pt ⋅ Ls 2 2

Ns ≔ ―― ⎛⎝b + a + a ⋅ ts⎞⎠ = 1747.2

2b

Fs ≔ 2 μ ⋅ Ns = 3144.961 2 x μNs for two seals

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Friction on top seal

Ft = μNt

Where μ ≔ .9

P⋅L 2 2

Nt = ――⎛⎝b + a + a ⋅ tt⎞⎠

2b

Where a ≔ 20 b ≔ 26 tt ≔ 12

Pt ⋅ Lt 2 2

Ns ≔ ―― ⎛⎝b + a + a ⋅ tt⎞⎠ = 1598.286

2b

Ft ≔ μ ⋅ Ns = 1438.458

Wheel Friction

Hg

Water Load on Gate Wt ≔ Pt ⋅ ―― ⋅ Wg = 132339.55

2

Dia of Wheel Dw ≔ 355

(Reference Pics)

Dw

Radius of Wheel Rw ≔ ―― = 177.5

2

Friction Coefficient of Bearing or Bushing μs ≔ 0.2

Ds

Radius of Shaft Rs ≔ ― = 50

2

Coefficient of Rolling Friction f ≔ .02

Wt

Total Wheel Friction Fr ≔ ―― ⎛⎝μs ⋅ Rs + f⎞⎠ = 7.605

Rw

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CALCULATIONS FOR EYE BOLT DIA AND PIN DIA

In. dia eye bolt and dia of pin

No of Roops Nr ≔ 2

WDW

Loadr ≔ ―― = 12103.502

Nr

W ( 2 a + b)

Bending Force R1= ――――

2l

W ≔ Loadr = 12103.502

a ≔ 20

b ≔ 55

l ≔ 95

W (2 a + b)

R1 ≔ ――――= 6051.751

2l

⎛ R1 ⎞

Mmax ≔ R1 ⋅ ⎜a + ――⎟ = 8041.204 ⋅

W

⎜ 2 ―⎟

⎝ b ⎠

Y

σmax = Mmax ⋅ ―

I

depin

Y ≔ ―― = 0.886

2

4 4

I ≔ ― ⋅ depin = 0.484

64

Y

σmax ≔ Mmax ⋅ ―= 14729.392

I

Vmax ⋅ S

τmax = ―――

I ⋅ dEyepin

Vmax ≔ R1 = 6051.751

3

depin 3

S ≔ ―― = 0.463

12

4 4

I ≔ ― ⋅ depin = 0.484

64

Vmax ⋅ S

τmax ≔ ――― = 3273.198

I ⋅ depin

Allowable Shear Stress = 16250 psi

The Stresses in the Eye Bolt and Pin are Safe because these are Less than Allowable Shear Stresses.

Ultimate tensile strength of ASTM A276 Series 400 is 65,000 psi, therefore, Fy= 65,000 × 0.25 =16250 psi

Page 27 of 42

CALCULATION FOR STEEL WIRE ROPE

WDW

(i) Maximum Load On each Rope Drum LoadRD ≔ ――= 12103.502

2

(ii) Maximum Load On each Rope LoadR ≔ LoadRD = 12103.502

The breaking strength of wire rope = 40.00 Tons. ( 1 Ton = 2000 lbs. )

(Zinc - Coated Steel Structural Wire Rope ASTM - A 603 Class A )= 80000 lbs.

Hence the Design is safe.

Input Torque = Average force applied by one man x Arm.= 40 x 12 = 480 in. - lbs.

Fapplied ≔ 40

Larm ≔ 12

OUTPUT LOAD

Weight of Gate = Weightgate = 12018.7

PCDRD

Radius of roop drum = RRD ≔ ――― = 254

2

Output torque = Toutput ≔ Wnet ⋅ RRD = 121882.827 ⋅

Toutput

ReductionRequired ≔ ―――― = 390.65

Tinput ⋅ 0.65

We are using the Gear Box with three stage reduction hoisting system

and the reduction is 1 : 596

Page 28 of 42

Hoisting Efforts

Weightgate

EB ≔ ―――― = 1530.54 = Buoyancy

7.8526

Ff = 12188.283 = Friction force

T2 = T1 x n/c

Where

PCDRD

Torque on Rope Drum = T2 ≔ Whoisting ⋅ ――― = 106577.42 ⋅

2

T1 = Torque on Handle Wheel (Handle) = ?

n = Eff. Of Worm , Worm Gear , Bearings,

Spur Gear, Rope Drum / Pulley etc. n ≔ 50% = 0.5

1

c = Reduction Gear Ration c ≔ ―― = 0.002

596

T2 = T1 x n/c

T1 = T2 x c/n

c

T1 ≔ T2 ⋅ ―= 357.642 ⋅

n

T1 = P x r

Where

P = T1 / r

T1

PWheel ≔ ― = 23.843

r

1

RPM ≔ 30 ――

min

{

Lifting Speed of Gate = Liftingspeed ≔ RPM ⋅ c ⋅ ⋅ PCDRD = 3.163 ――

Manual Hg

Opening Time of Gate Openingtime ≔ ―――― = 52.171

Liftingspeed

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Reqd. H.P. to Lift the Gate

We have the general formula for H. P.

H. P. = Horse Power required to Lift the Gate

N = Revolutions of Rope Drum per minute.

12 12 1

N ≔ ――――= N ≔ ――= 0.191 N ≔ 0.191 ⋅ ――

⋅ PCDRD ⋅ 20 min

We are required to Lift the Gate at a speed of 12 in. / min.

So there should be 0.212 Revolutions of Rope Drum per minute.

HP ≔ 2 ⋅ N ⋅ T2 = 0.323

1

we are using 1.5 hp Motor RPMmotor ≔ 120 ⋅ ――

min

{

Lifting Speed of Gate = Liftingmotor ≔ RPMmotor ⋅ c ⋅ ⋅ PCDRD = 12.651 ――

Motorized H

g

Opening Time of Gate= Openingmotor ≔ ――――= 13.043

Liftingmotor

ROPE DRUMS

1- Pitch dia of Rope Drum = PCDRD = 508

Gatetravel

4- No. of turns required for Gate = Turnsrequire ≔ ――――

⋅ PCDRD

Turnsrequire = 2.626 Nos.

= 2.626 Say 3

6- Total No. of turns ( min ) = 3+ 3 +2+2= 10 Adopted = 10 turns

7- Rope Drum Length adopted = 356 mm

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Design of Rope Drum

T = Total Torque T ≔ T2 = 106577.424 ⋅

T

Torque on each Drum τ ≔ ―= 53288.712 ⋅

2

PCDRD

D = Min. dia. of rope drum PCDRD = 20 RRD ≔ ――― = 10

2

7

Rope diameter ,d dRoop ≔ ―

8

τ

Tension in Rope = T/R TRoop ≔ ―― = 5328.871

RRD

TP = Total pull on one rope = T / R TP ≔ TRoop = 5328.871

TP

Radial pressure on drum P PRadial ≔ ―――― = 609.014

RRD ⋅ dRoop

Outside radius of drum R2 ≔ RRD = 10

2

2 PRadial ⋅ R2

Compressive Stress developed fc ≔ ――――― = 6410.67

2 2

R2 − Rin

Actual Stress is less than Allowable Stress. ( Material of Rope Drum is Carbon Steel. )

Hence the Rope Drum is OK .

Maximum Vertical Load Whoisting = 10657.742

Whoisting

Load on each rope WR ≔ ―――= 5328.871

2

LAxle

Maximum Bending Moment Mmax ≔ WR ⋅ ―― = 29308.79 ⋅

4

Mmax 3

Reqd. Section Modulus of shaft Zreq ≔ ――= 1.357

fb

3 3

Z for shaft dia , d Zshaft = 0.196 ⋅ DAxle = 6.124

1

―

3

⎛ Zreq ⎞

dshaft ≔ ⎜――⎟ = 48.409 We are using Shaft of dia = DAxle = 80

⎝ 0.196 ⎠

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Checking the shaft against combined bending and torsion.

Considering Keyway Effect

3 2

⋅ DAxle bkw1 ⋅ tkw1 ⋅ ⎛⎝DAxle − t⎞⎠ 3

Z ≔ ―――― − ――――――― = 5.785

16 2 ⋅ DAxle

Maximum stress

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

2

Mmax + τ

2

Z ⋅ 1.25

Checking of the shaft against Torsion only.

τ

Torsional Stress = ft ≔ 1.25 ⋅ ―= 11515.257

Z

Allowable shear stress for SAE 1045 is = 45,000 x 0.4 =18000 psi

Hence Rope Drum Axle Dia 3.0in is safe

Maximum Vertical Load Whoisting = 10657.742

Whoisting

Maximum Load On each Rope Drum WRD1 ≔ ――― = 5328.871

2

Load on each rope WR = 5328.871

WR PCDRD

Torque ( ) τ ≔ ――― ⋅ ――― = 59104.605 ⋅

.92 ⋅ .98 2

Let diameter of cross shaft Dcs = 80

3 2

⋅ Dcs bkw2 ⋅ tkw2 ⋅ ⎝⎛Dcs − tkw2⎠⎞ 3

Z ≔ ――― − ―――――――― = 5.623

16 2 Dcs

τ

ft ≔ ―= 10511.085 < 18000 psi (Allowable)

Z

Which is safe (Mat: SAE 1045)

(Allowable Shear Stress for SAE 1045 = 45,000 x 0.4 = 18,000 psi)

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Design of Rope Drum Supports

Maximum Load on Rope Drum

WRD

Maximum Load On each rope drum W1RD ≔ ―― = 21454.849

2

W1RD

Load on each support Wsupport ≔ ――= 10727.425

2

Maximum Length of Support Lsup = 1000

Wsupport ⋅ Lsup

Bending Moment. MuSC ≔ ――――― = 105584.889 ⋅

4

MuSC 3

Section Modulus Required. Sreq ≔ ―― = 80.1

fb

3

We are using Channel 10"x 20lb/ft. Sxx = 280

Spur Gear Design. (Refer Machinery Handbook)

Pinion No of Teeth Tp = 17

pinion is same = m = m1 = 4

PD

Dp ≔ ―― = 2.677

25.4

Tp

P ≔ ―― = 6.35

Dp

1

a = Addendum = apinion ≔ ―= 0.157

P

1.25

b =Duodenum = bpinion ≔ ―― = 0.197

P

2

hk = Working depth = hk ≔ ―= 0.315

P

.25

C = Clearance = C ≔ ―― = 0.039

P

⎛⎝Tp + 2⎞⎠

Do = Outside diameter = Do ≔ ――― = 2.992

P

Tp − 2.5

DR = Root diameter = Dr ≔ ――― = 2.283

P

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Pinion HP for wear

Material = A-322, Grade 8620

Pressure angle θ ≔ 20

No. of teeth Tp = 17

0.8

K = Pitch factor = Kp ≔ (P) = 4.388

Sc ⋅ Xcp ⋅ Zp ⋅ Fp ⋅ Np ⋅ Tp

HPwear ≔ ――――――― = 1.782

126000 ⋅ Kp ⋅ P

Data of Spur Gear.

Module of Pinion = m = m1 = 4

PD

DPGear ≔ ―― = 10.236

25.4

TG

PGear ≔ ――― = 6.35

DPGear

1

a = Addendum = agear ≔ ――= 0.157

PGear

1.25

b =Duodenum = bgear ≔ ――= 0.197

P

2

hk = Working depth = hk ≔ ――= 0.315

PGear

.25

C = Clearance = C ≔ ――= 0.039

PGear

Page 34 of 42

⎛⎝TG + 2⎞⎠

Do = Outside diameter = Do ≔ ――― = 10.551

PGear

TG − 2.5

DR = Root diameter = Dr ≔ ―――= 9.843

PGear

Gear HP for wear

Material = A-322, Grade 8620

Pressure angle θ ≔ 20

Z = Zone factor Zg ≔ 2

Tp ⋅ Np

N = Rpm = Revolutions per minute NG ≔ ――― = 31.385

TG

No. of teeth TG = 65

P = Pich diameter = PGear = 6.35

0.8

K = Pitch factor = KG ≔ ⎛⎝PGear⎞⎠ = 4.388

Sc ⋅ Xcg ⋅ Zg ⋅ FG ⋅ NG ⋅ TG

HPwear ≔ ―――――――― = 2.3962

126000 ⋅ KG ⋅ PGear

No. of teeth Tp = 17

0.8

K = Pitch factor = KP ≔ (P) = 4.388

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HP for Strength (Pinion ) = Sc * Xc * Z* F* N* T / 126,000 * P^2

Sb ⋅ Xbp ⋅ Yp ⋅ Fp ⋅ Tp ⋅ Np

HPStrength ≔ ―――――――― = 3.84

2

126000 ⋅ P

Tp ⋅ Np

N = Rpm = NG ≔ ――― = 31.385

TG

No. of teeth TG = 65

Sb ⋅ Xbg ⋅ Yg ⋅ FG ⋅ TG ⋅ NG

HPStrength ≔ ―――――――― = 3.4

2

126000 ⋅ P

pinion is same = m = m2 = 5

PD

Dp ≔ ―― = 3.937

25.4

TP2

PP2 ≔ ―― = 5.08

Dp

1

a = Addendum = apinion ≔ ――

= 0.197

PP2

Page 36 of 42

1.25

b =Duodenum = bpinion ≔ ――= 0.246

PP2

2

hk = Working depth = hk ≔ ―― = 0.394

PP2

.25

C = Clearance = C ≔ ―― = 0.049

PP2

⎛⎝TP2 + 2⎞⎠

Do = Outside diameter = Do ≔ ――― = 4.331

PP2

TP2 − 2.5

DR = Root diameter = Dr ≔ ――― = 3.445

PP2

Pinion HP for wear

Material = A-322, Grade 8620

Pressure angle θ ≔ 20

0.8

K = Pitch factor = KP2 ≔ ⎛⎝PP2⎞⎠ = 3.67

Sc ⋅ Xcp2 ⋅ Zp2 ⋅ Fp2 ⋅ Np2 ⋅ TP2

HPwear ≔ ――――――――― = 1.807

126000 ⋅ KP2 ⋅ PP2

Module of Pinion = m =5

Page 37 of 42

PD

DPG2 ≔ ―― = 10.236

25.4

TG2

PG2 ≔ ―― = 5.08

DPG2

1

a = Addendum = agear ≔ ―― = 0.197

PG2

1.25

b =Duodenum = bgear ≔ ――= 0.246

PG2

2

hk = Working depth = hk ≔ ―― = 0.3937

PG2

.25

C = Clearance = C ≔ ―― = 0.049

PG2

⎛⎝TG2 + 2⎞⎠

Do = Outside diameter = Do ≔ ――― = 10.63

PG2

TG2 − 2.5

DR = Root diameter = Dr ≔ ――― = 9.744

PG2

Gear HP for wear

Material = A-322, Grade 8620

Tp ⋅ Np TP2

N = Rpm = Revolutions per minute NG2 ≔ ――― ⋅ ―― = 12.071

TG TG2

No. of teeth TG2 = 52

0.8

K = Pitch factor = KG2 ≔ ⎛⎝PG2⎞⎠ = 3.67

HPwear ≔ ――――――――― = 1.423

126000 ⋅ KG2 ⋅ PG2

Page 38 of 42

Y = Strength factor Yp2 ≔ 0.583

0.8

K = Pitch factor = Kp2 ≔ ⎛⎝PP2⎞⎠ = 3.67

HPStrength ≔ ――――――――― = 3.164

2

126000 ⋅ PP2

Horse power for strength (Gear 2)

HPStrength ≔ ―――――――――= 2.491

2

126000 ⋅ PG2

Pressure angle θ ≔ 20

Page 39 of 42

mworm

Axial pitch = p P ≔ ――― = 0.9895

.3183

No of worm starts = t≔1

T⋅P

D = Pitch Dia of worm wheel Dworm ≔ ―― = 18.898

⎛ L ⎞

La =tan-1 (L / π d ) La ≔ atan ⎜――――⎟ = 4.237

⎝ ⋅ PCDworm ⎠

T

R = Ratio R ≔ ―= 60

t

a = Addendum a ≔ 0.3183 ⋅ P = 0.315

Actual G = Gactual ≔ 8

1

RPM = n ≔ NG2 = 12.071 n ≔ 5.574 ⋅ ――

min

‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾

⎛ Dworm ⎞

2

2

Rubbing speed = V = V ≔ 0.262 ⋅ n ⋅ PCDworm + ⎜――― ⎟ = 6.226 ――

⎝ R ⎠

f ≔ 0.09

100 ⋅ L

Efficiency = 100 x L / ( L + f π d ) Efficiency ≔ ――――――= 45.151 %

L + f ⋅ ⋅ PCDworm

Material :-

Phosphor Bronze. Sand Cast

S ≔ 700

Xw ≔ 0.575

fe ≔ 3.465

Page 40 of 42

Dworm = 18.898

1.8

Wear load (Wheel) WearLoad ≔ 0.18 S ⋅ Xw ⋅ fe ⋅ Dworm

1.8

WheelWearLoad ≔ 0.18 ⋅ 700 ⋅ 0.575 ⋅ 3.465 ⋅ 18.898 = 49806.973 lbf ⋅ in

Material :-

Corbon steel, Normalized

S ≔ 2000

Xw ≔ 0.575

fe ≔ 3.465

Dworm = 18.898

1.8

Wear load (Worm) WearLoad ≔ 0.18 S ⋅ Xw ⋅ fe ⋅ Dworm

1.8

WormWearLoad ≔ 0.18 ⋅ 2000 ⋅ 0.575 ⋅ 3.465 ⋅ 18.898 = 142305.637 lbf ⋅ in

Material :- Phosphorus Bronze. Sand Cast

Sb = 7,000 Psi

Xs = 0.55

m = 0.315

D = 18.898

La = 4.232

StrengthLoadWheel ≔ 0.625 ⋅ 7000 ⋅ 0.55 ⋅ 3.76 ⋅ 0.315 ⋅ 18.898 ⋅ cos (4.232 ) = 53711.741 lbf ⋅ in

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Strength load (Worm)

Material :- Corbon steel, Normalized

Sb = 20,000 Psi

Xs = 0.50

Q = 3.76

m = 0.315

D = 18.898

La = 4.232

StrengthLoadWorm ≔ 0.625 ⋅ 20000 ⋅ 0.50 ⋅ 3.76 ⋅ 0.315 ⋅ 18.898 ⋅ cos (4.232 ) = 139511.017 lbf ⋅ in

Horsepower Rating

considering the minimum of values i.e. Strength load ( wheel ).

hp = Mn / 63,000

Tp TP2 1

WheelWearLoad ⋅ Np ⋅ ――⋅ ―― ―

TG TG2 60

hp ≔ ―――――――――――= 0.159

63000

Required Hp = Lift x Load

References:

1- Design of Hydraulic Gate . ( by Paullo C. F. Erbisti )

2- Steel Construction Manual. ( by AISC. )

3- Mech. Engineer's Hand Book ( By Kents. )

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