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NATIONAL COMPETITION ’05-06

FOR CIVIL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING


STUDENTS
ON BEST INNOVATIVE STRUCTURAL STEEL
DESIGN
DESIGN OF AN AESTHETIC,
ORGANISED BY: INSDAGCOST
EFFECTIVE & STEEL INTENSIVE
DHABA

CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


FINAL YEAR ‘2005-06,
JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY
Presentation Outline

• Architectural Detailing & Salient Features


• Structural Analysis
• Structural Design
• Bill of Materials
• Concluding Remarks
• Reference
Architectural
Detailing
Dimensions
• Dimension of the plot is assumed as 38.5m
x 30.5m with 7m wide National highway in
the front.

• Maximum height of 5m is provided for the


proposed structure.

• Minimum head room of 2.5m is provided


as required
Architectural Drawings
Key plan
Plan
Elevation
Sectional Elevation
Grid Plan

All Drawings are done by using AUTO CAD 2005


ISOMETRIC VIEW OF THE STEEL STRUCTURE “DHABA”
Tabular Representation Of Area Required &
provided for each facility

Facility Required Area (m2) Provided Area (m2)

Eating zone 100 99.39


Rest room 25 25.08
Cyber Café 10 12.05
Service centre 20 20.13
Kitchen 25 24.45
Store room 20 22.44
ATM 6 6.27
Toilet (each) 10 10.23
Total Covered
250 245
Area
Salient
Architectural
Features
Wide
The entireProper
frontal
Both
eating monitoring
coverage
Provision
curved
zone from
of
and
is the
a public
free of entire
highway
inclined
of any toeating
telephone
roof
columns attract
is zone
highway
orprovided
booth.
vertical users
blockage
Structural Analysis
Structural Analysis is done by
STAAD Pro.2003
Loads Considered

– Dead Load

– Live Load IS:875 (part 2) – 1987

– Wind Load as per IS:875 part 3-


1987

– Seismic Load as per IS:1893 2002


Load Combination
DL
LL
SL ( +VE X DIRECTION)
SL (-VE X DIRECTION)
SL (+VE Z DIRECTION)
SL (-VE Z DIRECTION)
WL ( +VE X DIRECTION)
WL (-VE X DIRECTION)
WL (+VE Z DIRECTION)
WL (-VE Z DIRECTION)
DL +LL
DL +LL +SL ( FOR ALL 4 DIRECTIONS)
 DL +LL +WL ( FOR ALL 4 DIRECTIONS)
Structural Design
Structural Design is based on
Working Stress Method
Member Design

 Curved Roof
 Beams
 Columns & Base Plate
 Side Rails
Design of Curved Roof

LOAD TRANSFER MECHANISM


 The roof is supported by three main curved beams.
 The wind load is coming on sheeting and is
transferred to the purlins
 The curved beam carries the load from purlin.
Design Table
load case: DL+LL-WL
Name Maximum Maximum Section
Of
Span Rise Axial Force Bending Provided
Curve (kN) Moment
(kN-m)
2-80 NB
1 9.12 1.5 44.0 0.0 HEAVY TUBE
189MM C/C
DISTANCE.
CONNECTION
2 15.7 2 319.83 0.85 BETWEEN
TWO TUBE IS
DONE BY
USING 25 NB
3 6.79 1.5 95.0 2.63 TUBES.
Design Of Beams
• Beams are placed at the boundary of the
eating zone as well as at outer most
boundary of the structure.

• Beams are taking load directly from the


purlins .
BEAM POSITION
Beam Load Details

 Load Case: DL+LL-WL


 Maximum Axial Load: 207 kN
 Maximum Shear Force: 10.8 kN
 Maximum Bending Moment: 18.2kNm
 Length of Beam: 3.19m
Beam Section
• Section Provided: 2-SHS 180x180x7

• C/C Distance between two Box


Section is 180mm.

• Batten is provided to connect two


boxes 200x100x10 with 1250c/c

• For battening 4mm Fillet weld is


provided.
Design of Column
• Columns are taking load from the
beams, side rails and from the
curved members.
• Length of column: 2.5m
• End condition: Fixed Fixed
• Load combination: DL+LL+WL
• Maximum B.M. from either direction
is
: 37.81 kN-m 19.26 kN-m.
Column Section
Section Provided:
2 SHS 132x132x5
• Batten plates are
provided to connect the columns.
• Dimensions of batten plate 200x100x10
with 1250c/c
• For battening 4mm Fillet weld is provided.
Design of Base Plate

• Base Plates are Designed Considering the


tension as because the e>L/3

• Load Condition is same as the column.


Base Plate Section
Section: 300x500 with 40mm thick.
4 nos. HSFG anchor bolts are
provided.
Connection between base plate is
done directly by 8mm fillet weld as
well as 8 mm plate connected by
4mm fillet weld.
3 3
Design of Side Rails
• Taking loads from Side Sheeting and also from
the glass used in front of cyber café.

• Mainly Connected Between two columns.

• Sufficient gap is provided between two rails to


fit Doors & Windows.

• Section Provided RHS 172x92x4


Design of
Connections
[ Design moment, shear, torsion, are
obtained from STAAD output file ]
Structural Fasteners
• HSFG bolts are used.
• Bolted Connections are designed as per
IS: 3757 – 1985
• Property class of bolt is 8.8
• Fillet weld is used
• Strength of fillet weld is 110 Mpa
• Welded connections are designed as per IS:
813 – 1986
• Thickness of cap plate and shoe plate 16mm
Type of connections
1. Connections of beams and columns (when two beams are collinear)


BILL OF MATERIAL
SL. DESCRIPTION TOTAL WEIGHT
NO. kG
1 SHS 132X132X5 7798.106
2 SHS 180X180X7 6198.822
3 R.H.S.
8O NB172x92x4
HEAVY 2957.724
4 TUBE 2461.168
5 15 NB HEAVY TUBE 89.32
6 16 MM PLATE 454.5715
7 40 MM PLATE 1224.6
TOTAL WEIGHT= 21670.51
Concluding Remarks
• Due to curved shape of the roof wind load
on the structure is reduced.
• Use of light tubular and box section to make
it cost effective and light structure.
 As light structure seismic load induced is
small
• The use of box section in beams and
columns reduces the undesired blockage of
carpet area
• Easy to transport & erect
• Box sections are used instead of regular
steel sections
• Curved beam is fabricated in parts.
Reference
• IS: 800 -1984/IS: 801 -1975/IS: 806 -1977.
• IS: 875 Part II/III-1987.
• IS: 1893 – 2002.
• IS: 4923-1985.
• IS: 813 – 1986.
• IS: 3757 – 1985.
• Steel Design by Arya-Ajmani.
• Steel Structures (vol. 3)-Ratwani-Vazirani
• INSDAG GUIDE FOR THE STRUCTURAL USE OF
STEELWORK IN BUILDINGS.
• TEACHING RESOURCE FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL
DESIGN (VOL 1 – 3). BY INSDAG.
• DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE BY L.S.NEGI.
CREDITED BY:

AMARNATH ROYCHOWDHURY
ARGHYA DAS
MOUSUMI MUKHERJEE
SUBHENDU MAJUMDER

GUIDED BY:
PROFF. SAROJ MANDAL
CIVIL ENGINEERING DAPARTMENT
JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY

SPECIAL THANKS TO:


INSTITUTE FOR STEEL DEVELOPMENT & GROWTH