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A

STRUCTURAL REPORT
OF
RESIDENTIAL CUM COMMERCIAL BUILDING
OF

MR. BIJAYA LAXMI MAHARJAN


AT

KIRITPUR-08, KATHMANDU

SUBMITTED TO:
KIRTIPUR MINICIPALITY
KATHMANDU
Table of Contents
1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 4

1.1 General ....................................................................................................................................4

1.2 Project Location ......................................................................................................................4

1.3 Access......................................................................................................................................4

1.4 Site Area ..................................................................................................................................4

1.5 Anatomy of Building ...............................................................................................................4

1.6 Description of the Building .....................................................................................................5

1.7 Scope and Limitation ..............................................................................................................6

2 Load Cases ..................................................................................................................................... 6

2.1 Codes of Practices ...................................................................................................................6

2.2 Load Pattern ............................................................................................................................7

2.3 Loading Combinations (IS 1893: PART 1).............................................................................7

3 Design Parameters ......................................................................................................................... 8

3.1 Structural System ....................................................................................................................8

3.2 Construction Materials: ...........................................................................................................8

3.3 Construction Materials Properties: ..........................................................................................8

4 Load Calculation ............................................................................................................................ 8

4.1 Dead Load Intensities ..............................................................................................................8

4.2 Live Load ................................................................................................................................8

4.3 Seismic Load ...........................................................................................................................8

5 Structural Analysis ....................................................................................................................... 10

5.1 Finite Element Modeling of the Building .............................................................................10

5.2 Load Assignments in ETABS ...............................................................................................11

5.3 Output from ETABS .............................................................................................................14

5.4 Output from SAFE ................................................................................................................19

6 Sample Design Calculation .......................................................................................................... 23

6.1 Column Design ......................................................................................................................23


6.2 Beam Design .........................................................................................................................25

6.3 SLAB DESIGN .....................................................................................................................27

6.4 Structural Details ...................................................................................................................28

7 Annex ........................................................................................................................................... 29

7.1 Story Drift .............................................................................................................................29

7.2 Acceptability Criteria ............................................................................................................29

7.3 Torsion Irregularity Check ....................................................................................................30

8 Structural Design Check List ....................................................................................................... 31


1 Introduction
1.1 General
The purpose of this report is to summarize design methodology, structural calculation and design
output of proposed residential building of Mrs. Bijaya Laxmi Maharjan. The data inputs, analysis,
calculations and outputs are computer aided by the structural analysis software ETABS v16.2.1 and
SAFE v16.0.1. The seismic design of the building is done and the brief has been prepared.

1.2 Project Location


The proposed project is situated at Kirtipur-08, Panga, Kathmandu.

1.3 Access
The site is connected via 6’ wide road in East direction.

1.4 Site Area


The Total Land Area of the proposed project (as per field measurement) is 470.4 sq. ft.

The proposed building is a 4 storey.

1.5 Anatomy of Building


The vertical or gravity load carrying system of the building comprises a system of vertical columns
interconnected by horizontal beams, which supports the floors and roofing. The components of a
typical RCC-framed structure are:

 Foundation
 Column
 Beam
 Slab
 Staircase
 Wall

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1.6 Description of the Building
Building Type Residential Building
Location Panga, Kirtipur-08, Kathmandu, Nepal
Total Land Area 470.4 sq. ft.
Plinth Area 424.846 sq. ft.
Structural system Special Moment Resisting Frame structure
Soil type Medium Soil
Seismic zone Zone V
Bearing Capacity 120 kN/m2
Foundation Isolated Foundation
Number of storey 4
Top storey height 8’1”
Floor to floor height 8’4”
Width of wall 9” and 5”
i. Dead Load
Type of loads ii. Live Load as per IS 875 part II
iii. Earthquake induced load as per IS 1893
Analysis Tools ETABS v16.2.1, SAFE v16.0.1
Size of Beam 9”x14”
Size of Column 12|”x12”
Depth of Slab 5”
Type of Staircase Wooden Staircase
M20 – Beam
Grade of Concrete
M25 - Column
Grade of Steel Fe500

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1.7 Scope and Limitation
The report is based in the architectural drawing provided.

2 Load Cases
2.1 Codes of Practices

Following codes of practices developed by Bureau of Indian Standards and Nepal National Building
Codes were followed in the analysis and design of building:

1. Nepal National Building Codes

a. NBC 101 (Material Specifications)

b. NBC 102 (Unit Weight of Materials)

c. NBC 103 (Occupancy Loads)

d. NBC 105 (Seismic Design of Buildings)

e. NBC 110 (Plain and Reinforced Concrete)

2. Indian Standard

a. IS 456:2000 (Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete)

b. IS 1893 (part 1):2002 (Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures)

c. IS 13920: 1993 (Code of practice for ductile detailing of reinforced concrete structures
subjected to seismic forces)

d. IS 875 (part 1):1987 (to assess dead loads)

e. IS 875 (part 2):1987 (to assess live loads)

f. SP 16, SP 24 and SP 34 (design aids and hands book)

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2.2 Load Pattern
TABLE: Load Patterns
Name Type Self Weight Multiplier Auto Load

Dead Dead 1
Live Load Live 0
Floor Finish Dead 0
9inch wall load Dead 0
5inchwall load Dead 0
Parapet Load Dead 0
EQx Seismic 0 IS1893 2002
Stair load Dead 0
EQy Seismic 0 IS1893 2002
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2.3 Loading Combinations (IS 1893: PART 1)


LOAD COMBINATIONS
i. 1.5 (DL)
ii. 1.5 (DL + LL)
iii. 1.2 (DL + LL + EQx)
iv. 1.2 (DL + LL - EQx)
v. 1.2 (DL + LL + EQy)
vi. 1.2 (DL + LL – EQy)
vii. 1.5 (DL + EQx)
viii. 1.5 (DL - EQx)
ix. 1.5 (DL + EQy)
x. 1.5 (DL - EQy)
xi. 0.9DL + 1.5EQx
xii. 0.9DL - 1.5EQx
xiii. 0.9DL + 1.5EQy
xiv. 0.9DL - 1.5EQy

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3 Design Parameters
3.1 Structural System
Since, the building has number of plane frames along both directions; 3D frame analysis has been
done. The frames are analyzed as Special Moment Resisting Frame (SMRF).
3.2 Construction Materials:
Brick : 1st class Local bricks of compressive strength of 100 kg/cm2
Sand : Specification as per IS Code
Aggregate : Specification as per IS Code
Grade of Concrete : Column – M30, Beam – M25
Grade of Steel : Fe500 TMT Steel
3.3 Construction Materials Properties:
AAC Block Masonry = 7.36 kN/m3, IS : 875 (Part 1) - 1987
Brick Masonry density = 19.2 kN/m3, IS : 875 (Part 1) - 1987

4 Load Calculation
4.1 Dead Load Intensities
8” AAC Block Masonry = 5.37 KN/m
6” AAC Block Masonry = 4.35 KN/m
Partition Load intensities = 1.00 KN/m2
Floor Finish = 1.50 KN/m2
Parapet wall = 2.40 kN/m
Stair load = 9.50 kN/m and 8.5KN/m

4.2 Live Load


All rooms for general use = 2.0 kN/m2 {IS 875 (Part 2) 1987-Table 1}
Toilet and bath rooms = 2.0 kN/m2 {IS 875 (Part 2) 1987-Table 1}
Corridors, passages, staircases
including fire escapes and store
rooms = 3.0 kN/m2 {IS 875 (Part 2) 1987-Table 1}
Terrace with access provided = 1.5 kN/m2 {IS 875 (Part 2) 1987-Table 2}
Terrace with access not provided = 0.75 kN/m2 {IS 875 (Part 2) 1987-Table 2}
(Except for Maintenance)

4.3 Seismic Load


Lateral load acting on the buildings is seismic load and wind load. But seismic load is predominant
in case of RCC building situated on Kathmandu valley.
So, the seismic load is calculated by seismic coefficient method as per IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002
Seismic Load = As per IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002
Seismic coefficient method considers the calculation of base shear of the building considering
different factors. It also realizes each storey as a lumped mass system and distributes the base shear
to all lump mass systems.

Seismic coefficient is calculated as per IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002.

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Seismic Zone Factor Z Cl 6.4.2, Table 2 0.36
Importance Factor I Cl 6.4.2, Table 6 1
Response Reduction Factor R Cl 6.4.2, Table 7 5
Height of the building h Refer Drawing 9.75 m
Time Period of the building Along X Tx Cl 7.6.1 0.414 Sec
Time Period of the building Along Y Ty Cl 7.6.1 0.414 Sec
Soil Type Type II
Spectral Acceleration Coefficient Sa/g Cl 6.4.5, Fig 2 2.5
Design Horizontal Seismic Coefficient Ah Cl 6.4.2 0.09
Seismic Weight of Building W From ETABS 1856.10 kN
Base Shear VB Cl 7.5.3 167.05 kN

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5 Structural Analysis
5.1 Finite Element Modeling of the Building
The space frame is modeled using Integrated Building Design Software ETABS v16.2.0 and the
foundation system is modeled using SAFE v16.0.1. The loads are taken as per above
calculations and design data considered.
Figure 5.4.4 shows the finite element model of the building, modelled with ETABs v16
software:

Figure 5-5.1-i: 3D model of building

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5.2 Load Assignments in ETABS

Figure 5.2-: Typical Terrace Live Load

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Figure 5.2-ii: Typical Floor Live Load

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Figure 5.2-ii: Floor Finish Load

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Figure 5.2-iii: Wall Load

5.3 Output from ETABS

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Figure 5.3-i: Joint Reaction for 1.5(LL+DL)

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Figure 5.3-ii: AFD for 1.5(DL+LL)

Figure 5.3-iii: In plane shear diagram for 1.5(DL+LL)

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Figure 5.3-iv: Inplane moment diagram for 1.5(DL+LL)

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Figure 5.3-v: Longitudinal Reinforcement Demand Frame 1

Figure 5.3-vi: Longitudinal Reinforcement Demand Frame A

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Figure 5.3-vii: Longitudinal Reinforcement Demand Frame B

5.4 Output from SAFE

Figure 5.4-i: Punching Shear

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Figure 5.4-ii: Soil Pressure Diagram under Service Load

Figure 5.4-iii: Displacement/Settlement under Service Load

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Figure 5.4-iv: Top Reinforcement

Figure 5.4-v: Reinforcement Demand (mm2/m) along X-Axis

TABLE: Modal Load Participation Ratios


Case Item Type Item Static Dynamic
% %
Modal Acceleration UX 100 100
Modal Acceleration UY 100 100
Modal Acceleration UZ 0 0

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TABLE: Base Reactions
Load Case/Combo FX FY FZ MX MY MZ X Y Z
kN kN kN kN-m kN-m kN-m m m m
EQX 1 -358.8495 0 0 0 -2692.7943 1630.2624 0 0 0
EQX 2 -358.8495 0 0 0 -2692.7943 1762.9389 0 0 0
EQX 3 -358.8495 0 0 0 -2692.7943 1497.586 0 0 0
EQY 1 0 -358.8495 0 2692.7943 0 -3039.6741 0 0 0
EQY 2 0 -358.8495 0 2692.7943 0 -3311.807 0 0 0
EQY 3 0 -358.8495 0 2692.7943 0 -2767.5412 0 0 0

TABLE: Auto Seismic - IS 1893:2002


Ecce Ecc. Period
Load Type Direction ntrici Overridd Period User T Top Story Bottom Z Type Z Soil IR Used Coeff Weight Used Base Shear
Pattern % en Method sec Story Type sec Used kN kN
EQX Seismic X User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495
EQX Seismic X + Ecc. Y 5 No User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495
EQX Seismic X - Ecc. Y 5 No User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495
EQY Seismic Y User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495
EQY Seismic Y + Ecc. X 5 No User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495
EQY Seismic Y - Ecc. X 5 No User Specified 0.452 4th Floor Base Per Code 0.36 II 1 5 0.452 0.09 3987.2163 358.8495

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6 Sample Design Calculation
6.1 Column Design

ETABS 2016 Concrete Frame Design


IS 456:2000 Column Section Design

Column Element Details Type: Sway Special (Flexural Details)


Level Element Unique Name Section ID Combo ID Station Loc Length (mm) LLRF
Story2 C6 132 COL 12"x12" DCon14 2082.8 2438.4 0.919

Section Properties
b (mm) h (mm) dc (mm) Cover (Torsion) (mm)
304.8 304.8 65.2 28.1

Material Properties
Ec (MPa) fck (MPa) Lt.Wt Factor (Unitless) fy (MPa) fys (MPa)
22360.68 20 1 415 415

Design Code Parameters


ɣC ɣS
1.5 1.15

Axial Force and Biaxial Moment Design For Pu , Mu2 , Mu3


Design Pu Design Mu2 Design Mu3 Minimum M2 Minimum M3 Rebar Area Rebar %
kN kN-m kN-m kN-m kN-m mm² %
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Factored & Minimum Biaxial Moments


NonSway Mns Sway Ms Factored Mu
kN-m kN-m kN-m
Major Bending(Mu3 ) 0 0 0
Minor Bending(Mu2 ) 0 0 0

Slenderness Effects (IS 39.7.1) and Minimum Biaxial Moments (IS 39.2, 25.4)
End Moment End Moment Initial k*Ma Minimum Minimum
Mu1 (kN-m) Mu2 (kN-m) Moment (kN-m) Moment (kN-m) Moment (kN-m) Eccentricity (mm)
Major Bending (M3 ) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Minor Bending (M2 ) 0 0 0 0 0 0

Effective Length Factors (IS 25.2, Annex E)

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K K Framing P-Delta Q K
Sway Non-Sway Type Done? Factor Used
Major Bend(M3 ) 0 0 Sway Special No 0 0
Minor Bend(M2 ) 0 0 Sway Special No 0 0

Additional Moment Reduction Factor k (IS 39.7.1.1)


Ag Asc Puz Pb Pu k
cm² cm² kN kN kN Unitless
0 0 0 0 0 0

Additional Moment (IS 39.7.1)


Consider Length Section KL/Depth KL/Depth KL/Depth Ma
Ma Factor Depth (mm) Ratio Limit Exceeded Moment (kN-m)
Major Bending (M3 ) Yes 0 0 0 0 No 0
Minor Bending (M2 ) Yes 0 0 0 0 No 0

6.2 Column Design Detail

Column Section
Column
COLUMN FLOOR ETABs Area, 12 16 20 25 28 Group
Size 2
mm
A1 1 2085 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1457 8 1608.50
C1
3 814 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78
A2 1 2052 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1561 8 1608.50
C1
3 1022 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78
A3 1 1892 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1603 8 1608.50
C1
3 1129 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78
A4 1 1694 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1452 8 1608.50
C1
3 884 4 4 1256.64
4 753 8 904.78
B1 1 1825 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1458 8 1608.50
C1
3 870 4 4 1256.64
4 749 8 904.78
B2 1 1953 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1571 8 1608.50
C1
3 1096 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78
B3 1 1875 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
2 1581 8 1608.50
C1
3 1102 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78
B4 1 1656 12"x12" 4 4 2060.88
C1
2 1390 8 1608.50

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3 828 4 4 1256.64
4 743 8 904.78

6.3 Beam Design

ETABS 2016 Concrete Frame Design


IS 456:2000 Beam Section Design

Beam Element Details Type: Sway Special (Summary)


Level Element Unique Name Section ID Combo ID Station Loc Length (mm) LLRF
Story2 B3 108 MB 9"x14" DCon10 152.4 2590.8 1

Section Properties
b (mm) h (mm) bf (mm) ds (mm) dct (mm) dcb (mm)
228.6 355.6 228.6 0 63.5 63.5

Material Properties
Ec (MPa) fck (MPa) Lt.Wt Factor (Unitless) fy (MPa) fys (MPa)
25000 25 1 415 415

Design Code Parameters


ɣC ɣS
1.5 1.15

Factored Forces and Moments


Factored Factored Factored Factored
Mu3 Tu Vu2 Pu
kN-m kN-m kN kN
-41.0882 0.3935 51.6802 0

Design Moments, Mu3 & Mt


Factored Factored Positive Negative
Moment Mt Moment Moment
kN-m kN-m kN-m kN-m
-41.0882 0.5915 0 -41.6797

Design Moment and Flexural Reinforcement for Moment, Mu3 & Tu


Design Design -Moment +Moment Minimum Required
-Moment +Moment Rebar Rebar Rebar Rebar
kN-m kN-m mm² mm² mm² mm²

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Design Design -Moment +Moment Minimum Required
-Moment +Moment Rebar Rebar Rebar Rebar
kN-m kN-m mm² mm² mm² mm²
Top (+2 Axis) -41.6797 445 0 445 235
Bottom (-2 Axis) 0 223 0 0 223

Shear Force and Reinforcement for Shear, Vu2 & Tu


Shear Ve Shear Vc Shear Vs Shear Vp Rebar Asv /s
kN kN kN kN mm²/m
68.0337 36.2898 34.498 46.2609 327.27

Torsion Force and Torsion Reinforcement for Torsion, T u & VU2


Tu Vu Core b1 Core d1 Rebar Asvt /s
kN-m kN mm mm mm²/m
0.3935 51.6802 121.6 248.6 266.5

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6.4 SLAB DESIGN

fy 500 N/mm2
fck 20 N/mm2
d' 20 mm
DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB

Type Self Partition Moment Spacing Spacing


lx Ly d D FF LL BM dreq D AstFinal Ф

Check
Slab of Weight Load Coefficient require provided
No. Pane kN/m
(m) (m) (mm) (mm) kN/m2 kN/m2 kN/m2 Value (kNM) (mm) d+d' (mm2) (mm) ( ") ( ")
l 2

Slab at ground floor level


3.50 4.07 107.00 127.00 0.0572 7.80 54 74 OK 241.90 8 6.0
3.50 4.07 107.00 127.00 0.043 5.87 47 67 OK 219.37 8 9.02 6.0
13 4 3.18 1.00 1.25 2.00
3.50 4.07 107.00 127.00 0.047 8.66 57 77 OK 284.60 8 6.95 6.0
3.50 4.07 107.00 127.00 0.035 6.45 49 69 OK 233.83 8 8.46 6.0

DEFLECTION CHECK (IS 456:2000, cl 23.2.1)

a b c d a*b*c*d l/d Check


cl 23.2.1 a cl 23.2.1 b cl 23.2.1 c cl 23.2.1 d
23 1 1.6 1 36.8 33 OK

Ast required 284.60 mm2


Ast provided 329.83 mm2
fs 250 N/mm2
pt 0.31 %
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6.5 Structural Details
Foundation Details
Type of foundation: Strap and Isolated
Concrete Grade: M20
Reinforcement Grade: Fe500
Clear Cover: 50 mm
**Refer Structural Drawing**

Column Details
Size: 12”x12”
Concrete Grade: M25
Reinforcement Grade: Fe500
Clear Cover: 40 mm
**Refer Structural Drawing**

Beam Details
Primary beam size: 9”x14”
Secondary beam size: 9”x12”
Concrete Grade: M20
Reinforcement Grade: Fe500
Clear Cover: 25 mm
**Refer Structural Drawing**

Slab Details
Thickness: 5”
Concrete Grade: M20
Reinforcement Grade: Fe500
Clear Cover: 15 mm
**Refer Structural Drawing**

Staircase Details
Waist slab thickness: 5”
Concrete Grade: M20
Reinforcement Grade: Fe500
Clear Cover: 15 mm
**Refer Structural Drawing**

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7 Annex
7.1 Story Drift
As per Clause no. 7.11.1 of IS 1893 (Part 1): 2016, the storey drift in any storey due to specified
design lateral force with partial load factor of 1.0, shall not exceed 0.004 times the storey height.
From the frame analysis the displacements of the mass centres of various floors are obtained and are
shown in Table 4 along with storey drift. Since the building configuration is same in both the
directions, the displacement values are same in either direction.

7.2 Acceptability Criteria

TABLE: Story Drifts


Story Load Case/Combo Direction Drift
Check

2nd Floor EQY 3 Y 0.00285


2nd Floor EQY 1 Y 0.00247
2nd Floor EQY 2 Y 0.002094
1st Floor EQY 3 Y 0.002011
3rd Floor EQY 3 Y 0.00194
2nd Floor EQX 3 X 0.001863
2nd Floor EQX 2 X 0.00184
3rd Floor EQY 2 Y 0.0018
2nd Floor EQX 1 X 0.001776
1st Floor EQY 1 Y 0.001752
1st Floor EQY 2 Y 0.001688
3rd Floor EQY 1 Y 0.001665
<0.004
1st Floor EQX 3 X 0.001499
1st Floor EQX 2 X 0.001472
1st Floor EQX 1 X 0.001434
3rd Floor EQX 2 X 0.001428
3rd Floor EQX 3 X 0.001395
3rd Floor EQX 1 X 0.001375
4th Floor EQY 3 Y 0.001153
4th Floor EQY 2 Y 0.001123
4th Floor EQY 1 Y 0.001105
4th Floor EQX 2 X 0.000976
4th Floor EQX 3 X 0.000976
4th Floor EQX 1 X 0.000935

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7.3 Torsion Irregularity Check

TABLE: Story Max/Avg Displacements


Story Load Case/Combo Direction Maximum Average Ratio
mm mm
2nd Floor EQY 3 Y 13.678 10.725 1.275
1st Floor EQY 3 Y 5.72 4.605 1.242
3rd Floor EQY 3 Y 19.129 15.882 1.204
2nd Floor EQY 1 Y 11.936 10.601 1.126
1st Floor EQY 1 Y 4.984 4.565 1.092
3rd Floor EQY 1 Y 16.663 15.417 1.081
1st Floor EQY 2 Y 4.802 4.525 1.061
4th Floor EQY 3 Y 18.804 17.76 1.059
3rd Floor EQY 2 Y 15.708 14.952 1.051
3rd Floor EQX 2 X 13.486 12.885 1.047
2nd Floor EQX 3 X 9.564 9.178 1.042
1st Floor EQX 3 X 4.265 4.092 1.042
2nd Floor EQX 2 X 9.423 9.063 1.04
3rd Floor EQX 3 X 13.534 13.044 1.038
1st Floor EQX 2 X 4.189 4.042 1.036
4th Floor EQX 2 X 15.86 15.45 1.027
2nd Floor EQY 2 Y 10.76 10.477 1.027
4th Floor EQX 3 X 15.488 15.112 1.025
4th Floor EQY 1 Y 18.169 17.791 1.021
4th Floor EQY 2 Y 18.108 17.821 1.016
3rd Floor EQX 1 X 13.02 12.965 1.004
1st Floor EQX 1 X 4.08 4.067 1.003
4th Floor EQX 1 X 15.299 15.281 1.001
2nd Floor EQX 1 X 9.133 9.121 1.001

The Story Max/Avg Displacement is less more 1.200 for some diaphragms under lateral forces
acting with design eccentricity. So, according to IS 1893 (Part1):2002 Clause 7.1, the building is
considered as torsionally irregular. But, the ratio is under 1.4000 hence extreme torsion irregularity
doesn’t exist.

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8 Structural Design Check List

AS PER SUBMITTED
BUILDING ELEMENTS REMARKS
DESIGN

GENERAL

Building Structure Type RCC Frame Structure

Number of storey applied for permit (in Nos.) 4

Number of storey considered in structural design (in Nos.) 4

If Computer Aided Design (CAD) is used, please state the name


ETABS, SAFE
of the software package

☐Yes
Provision for further extension
☒No

Total height (h) of structure with extension (in m) 22.4

NBC 101-1994 MATERIALS SPECIFICATIONS

☐Structural Aluminium
☐Brick Masonry
Materials to be used in structure(tick the listed materials ☐Timber
that will be used in structure element) ☐Structural Steel
☒RCC (Reinforcement Bar)
☐Stone Masonry

NBC 102-1994 UNIT WEIGHT OF MATERIALS

Specify the design unit weight of materials: Steel (in KN/m3) 78.5

Specify the design unit weight of materials: RCC (in KN/m3) 25

Specify the design unit weight of materials: Brick Masonry


19.2
(in KN/m3)

NBC 103-1994 OCCUPANCY LOAD (IMPOSED LOAD)

For Residential buildings

Occupancy Load (Uniformly Distributed load in kN/m2) for 2


Rooms and Kitchens

Occupancy Load (Uniformly Distributed load in kN/m2) for 3


Corridor, Staircase, Store

Occupancy Load (Uniformly Distributed load in kN/m2) for 3

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Balcony

NBC 104-1994 WIND LOAD

Wind Zone 1 NOT APPLICABLE

Basic wind speed (in m/s) 47 NOT APPLICABLE

NBC 105-1994 SEISMIC DESIGN OF BUILDINGS IN NEPAL

☒Seismic Coefficient Approach


Method adopted for earthquake resistant design ☐Response Spectrum Method
☐Others

Adopted Code for Seismic Design IS:1893-2002

☐Type I (Hard)
Subsoil category ☒Type II (Medium)
☐Type III (Soft)

Seismic Weight (W) (in kN) 1856.10

Fundamental Time Period of the building along X (Tx) (in 0.414


Seconds)

Fundamental Time Period of the building along Y(T y) (in


0.414
Seconds)

Seismic zoning factor (Z) 0.36

Importance Factor (I) 1

Response reduction factor (R) 5

Spectral acceleration coefficient (Sa/g) along X 2.5

Spectral acceleration coefficient (Sa/g) along Y 2.5

Design Horizontal Seismic Coefficient Along X (Ah) 0.09

Design Horizontal Seismic Coefficient Along Y (Ah) 0.09

Base Shear(VB) for Seismic Coefficient Along X 167.05

Base Shear(VB) for Seismic Coefficient Along Y 167.05

Maximum Inter-storey Drift (mm) 2.393

Corresponding Storey height for Maximum Inter- Storey 2438.4


Drift (h)(mm)

Maximum Inter-storey Drift Ratio 0.001

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NBC 106-1994 SNOW LOAD

☐Perennial
Snowfall type or condition ☐Occasional
☒No snowfall

NBC 107-1994 PROVISIONAL RECOMMENDATION ON FIRE SAFETY

☒Yes
Have you considered fire safety requirement?
☐No

NBC 108-1994 SITE CONSIDERATION FOR SEISMIC HAZARDS

Whether Distance of construction site from toe/beginning of ☐Yes


downward slope is within 50m? ☒No

Whether Distance of construction site from river bank is ☐Yes


within 50m?
☒No

☐Yes
Availability of soil test report
☒No

NBC 114-1994 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY

Are you sure that all safety measures will be fulfilled in the ☒Yes
construction site as per this code? ☐No

☒Safety hard hat


☒Safety goggles
Safety wares used ☒Safety boots
☒Safety belts
☒First aid facility

STRUCTURAL DATA FOR FRAMED RCC STRUCTURE

NBC 110-1994 PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE

☒M20
☐M25
Concrete grade in structure
☐M30
☐M35

☐Fe-415
Reinforcement Steel Grade ☒Fe-500
☐Fe-550

SLAB DESIGN

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☐4 side continuous
☐1 short side discontinuous
☐1 long side discontinuous
☒2 adjacent side continuous
Boundary condition of slab ☐2 long side continuous
☐2 short side continuous
☐1 long side continuous
☐1 short side continuous
☐4 side discontinuous

Effective Thickness of slab (d) (in mm) 107

Short span of Critical slab panel (L) (in mm) 3500

Calculated short span to effective depth ratio (L/d) for the


32.71
corresponding slab

Basic (L/d) ratio 23

Required modification factor for tension reinforcement 1.42

Required Tension reinforcement(Ast) for short span bottom


284.60 mm2
reinforcement

Provided Tension reinforcement(Ast) for short span bottom


329.83 mm2
reinforcement

Actual Modification factor for tension reinforcement 1.6

CHECK FOR CRITICAL BEAM

Effective depth of beam (d) (in mm) 314

Critical span (L) (in mm) 4165.6

☐Cantilever
Support condition ☐Simply supported
☐One side continuous
☒Both side continuous

Basic (L/d) ratio 26

Calculated critical span to effective depth ratio (L/d) 13.26

CHECK FOR CRITICAL COLUMN

Critical column height (mm) 2844.8

Minimum size of column (mm x mm) 304.8 x304.8

☒Yes
Short column effect considered or not
☐No

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Minimum area of longitudinal reinforcement provided (%) 1.35

Design Philosophy Limit State method

LOAD COMBINATIONS

1: DL 1.5

1: LL 1.5

2: DL 1.2

2: LL 1.2

2: EQ 1.2

3: DL 1.5

3: EQ 1.5

4: DL 0.9

4: EQ 1.5

Whether sample design calculations of foundations, columns, ☒Yes


beams and slabs are submitted
☐No

☐PILE
☒Strap
Type of Foundations ☒Isolated
☐Combined
☐Raft

Depth of foundation from ground level to the bottom of 1.5


footing (in m)

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