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DESIGN BASIS REPORT FOR STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF RLBCAU, JHANSI

PROPOSED RLBCAU AT J HANS I, UP FOR NBCC INDIA LTD.

STRUCTURAL DESIGN BASIS REPORT

U P FOR NBCC INDIA LTD. STRUCTURAL DESIGN BASIS REP ORT DOCUMENT RELEASE AUTHORIZATION PREPARED BY:

DOCUMENT RELEASE AUTHORIZATION

PREPARED BY: AMIT KUMAR

CHECKED BY: MOHIT

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DESIGN BASIS REP ORT DOCUMENT RELEASE AUTHORIZATION PREPARED BY: AMIT KUMAR CHECKED BY: MOHIT NBCC-JHANSI-DBR- 001

DESIGN BASIS REPORT FOR STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF RLBCAU, JHANSI

CONTENTS

A. Introduction

B. Structural system

C. Method of analysis and design

D. Dead loads

E. Imposed loads

F. Seismic load

G. Wind load

H. Design Load Combinations

I. Fire resistance

J. Foundation and methodology of construction

K. Material of construction

L. Clear cover to main reinforcement

M. Detailing of RCC structure

N. Codes to be followed

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L. Clear cover to main reinforcement M. Detailing of RCC structure N. Codes to be followed

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A. INTRODUCTION

This document specifies the various design considerations and assumptions for the Structural Engineering Design for the Institutional Building and Residential Buildings at Jhansi for HPL. The proposed development consists of Institutional along with some ancillary buildings.

B. STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

INSTITUTIONAL & RESIDENTIAL BUILDING:

Structural system for the Institutional building shall be conventional beam-slab construction with special moment resisting frame (SMRF) in reinforced cement concrete (RCC) detailed to ductility requirements of IS 13920: 1993 and IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002. Infill wall material and thickness shall be decided in consultation with the architect and other consultants. Vertical members shall be designed as columns.

C. METHOD OF ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

The frame structure shall be modeled as beam-elements. Seismic analysis shall be per IS 1893: 2002 for Zone II. Seismic ductility detailing shall be done per provisions of IS 13920: 1993.

D. DEAD LOADS

The dead loads for the RCC members shall be based on a density of 25 kN/m 3 . The density of fly-ash bricks shall be considered as 20 kN/m 3 inclusive of plaster. Density of AAC block-work, if used, shall be taken as 10 kN/m 3 . It is recommended to use AAC block-work. Though AAC block-work is costlier than the conventional brick-work, usage of AAC block-work shall lead to a saving of around 3% in the structural cost.

The allowance for the floor finish is considered as 65 mm for the typical floors. The floor finish load for typical floors shall be considered as 1.2 kN/m 2 .

The wall load where resting on slab are uniformly distributed as 1kN/m 2 .

The False-ceiling and services load is uniformly distributed as 0.8kN/m 2 .

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as 1kN/m 2 . The False-ceiling and services load is uniformly distributed as 0.8kN/m 2 .

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The dead load for LMR shall be per lift manufacturer's specification, with a minimum of 10 kN/m 2 . Overhead water tank shall have a water load of 15 kN/m 2 or 20 kN/m 2 for water depth of 1.5 m or 2.0 m, respectively, for various towers.

Dead load for sunken area shall be based on the sunken depth, and fill-material of cinder with density of 18 kN/m 3 .

The average roof finish shall be taken as 160 mm thick, assuming a range of roof- finish thickness as 120mm to 200 mm. The roof-finish load shall be considered as 3.2 kN/m 2 .

E. IMPOSED LOADS

The Imposed Loads are considered as per IS 875 (Part 2): 1987 as follows:

Institutional Building:

Office and Staff Rooms

2.5

kN/m 2

Kitchen, Laundries and Laboratories

3.0

kN/m 2

Dinning, Cafeterias and Restaurants

3.0

kN/m 2

Class Room, Lecture Rooms

3.0

kN/m 2

Baths and Toilets

2.0

kN/m 2

Corridors, Passages,

lobbies

and

Staircase

4.0

kN/m 2

Terrace

1.5 kN/m2

Ramp

12.0 kN/m2

Residential Building:

Bed Rooms

2.0

kN/m 2

Kitchen

2.0

kN/m 2

Balcony

3.0 kN/m 2

Baths and Toilets

2.0

kN/m 2

Corridors, Passages,

lobbies

and

Staircase

4.0

kN/m 2

Terrace

1.5

kN/m 2

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Corridors, Passages, lobbies and Staircase 4.0 kN/m 2 Terrace 1.5 kN/m 2 NBCC-JHANSI-DBR-001 2

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F. SEISMIC LOAD

The Seismic load shall be considered for Zone II per IS: 1893-2002 with the following factors:

Zone Factor (Z)

0.10

Importance Factor

1.5

(Institutional Buildings)

1.0

(Residential Buildings)

Response Reduction Factor (R)

5.0

Soil Type

Medium

Static analysis shall be performed as building is less than 40m in height and lies in Zone II.

G.

DESIGN LOAD COMBINATIONS

The structure shall be designed for the following load combinations as stipulated by IS 456: 2000:

1.5

DL + 1.5 LL

1.2

DL + 1.2 LL +/- 1.2 EQX

1.2

DL + 1.2 LL +/- 1.2 EQZ

1.5

DL +/- 1.5 EQX

1.5

DL +/- 1.5 EQZ

0.9

DL +/- 1.5 EQX

0.9

DL +/- 1.5 EQZ

Live load reduction shall be utilized per Fig. 1 of IS 875 (Part 2): 1987.

H. FIRE RESISTANCE

The vertical structural members shall be designed for a 2-hour fire-resistance, and the horizontal structural members shall be designed for a 1.5-hour fire-resistance per IS 456: 2000. However, clear cover to reinforcement and structural thicknesses shall be decided based on the distance-to-fire-exit per Part IV of National Building Code (NBC) of India.

I. FOUNDATION AND METHODOLOGY OF CONSTRUCTION

Foundation system will be designed for modulus of sub-grade reaction/bearing capacity per soil report. Highest level of water table was not meet till bore of

9m.

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capacity per soil report. Highest level of water table was not meet till bore of 9m.

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J. MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

RCC WORKS:

The cement used for RCC work in the sub structure & super structure will be OPC (Grade 43) or PPC conforming to relevant IS codes. Use of OPC of Grade 53 does not lead to any optimization. All RCC works will be mechanically vibrated to produce dense, sound and durable concrete as per specifications. The water used in all stages of construction shall strictly conform to IS 456: 2000. Use of fly ash as per IS codes is permitted for design mix of concrete. The fly ash content with OPC shall preferably not exceed 25% of the total cementitious material from longevity considerations. All reinforcement bars shall be of Fe 500 grade per IS 1786: 2008. Use of couplers for bars of diameter 20 mm and above leads to cost optimization.

LEAN CONCRETE:

Lean or plain cement concrete (PCC) of mix 1:4:8 using 20 mm down size graded crushed stone aggregate shall be provided under all RCC foundations. PCC shall be of 100 mm thickness under rafts, 60 mm thickness under other foundations, viz., isolated and combined footings, stitching slabs etc., and it shall be extended 100 mm on all sides beyond the edges of foundations.

K. CLEAR COVER TO MAIN REINFORCEMENT

Clear cover to the main reinforcement, for moderate exposure conditions, shall be as follows:

1. Slab (roof & floor), Canopy, Chajja, Waist slab of staircases

2. Beams (roof & floor) & Lintels

3. Columns/Pedestals (main R/F)

4. Retaining Walls (outside)

5. Retaining Walls (inside)

6. Foundation slab, base slab & footings in contact with soil

L. DETAILING OF RCC STRUCTURE

20 mm or dia of bar which ever is higher 30 mm 50 mm 40 mm 25 mm

50 mm

Detailing of RCC structure will conform to IS 456: 2000 with ductility detailing per IS 13920: 1993.

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of RCC structure will conform to IS 456: 2000 with ductility detailing per IS 13920: 1993.

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M. CODES TO BE FOLLOWED

Structural analysis and design of the building shall be based on the following Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) or IS codes:

1)

IS 456: 2000 / SP 16

2)

IS 13920: 1993 / IS 4326: 1993

3)

IS 875 (Parts 1 through 5)

4)

IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002

5)

IS 1904

6)

IS 6403

7)

IS 8009

8)

IS 800: 2007

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IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002 5) IS 1904 6) IS 6403 7) IS 8009 8) IS