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Computation of Effective Length

Computation of Effective Length

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THE SPREAD SHEET COMPUTES EFFECTIVE LENGTH OF COLUMN WITH DIFFERENT SHAPES AND DIFFERENT GRADES OF CONCRETE. THIS CAN ALSO CATER TO TO THE DIFFERENT BEAMS INTERSECTING THE COLUMN
THE SPREAD SHEET COMPUTES EFFECTIVE LENGTH OF COLUMN WITH DIFFERENT SHAPES AND DIFFERENT GRADES OF CONCRETE. THIS CAN ALSO CATER TO TO THE DIFFERENT BEAMS INTERSECTING THE COLUMN

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EFFECTIVE LENGTH OF R.C.

BEAMS & COLUMNS AS PER IS:456-2000,
Upper Col.
C
Lower Col.
Column along X-X axis is = No Sway
Column along Y-Y axis is =
Sway
INPUT Details of Columns:
Column Concrete Circular Column
Mark Grade, M x (m) y(m) Dia (m) Length (m)
Column C 20 0.300 0.500 N/A 4.000
Column LC 30 N/A N/A 0.600 4.500
Column UC 15 0.300 0.450 N/A 3.500
INPUT Details of Beams:
Beam Concrete Beam Size Beam
Mk Grade, M Breadth(m) Depth(m) Length(m)
BtX1 25 0.300 0.450 4.000
BtX2 25 0.300 0.450 5.000
BbX1 30 0.300 0.500 4.000
BbX2 30 0.300 0.500 5.000
BtY1 20 0.250 0.450 3.500
BtY2 25 0.250 0.450 4.500
BbY1 30 0.300 0.500 3.500
BbY2 30 0.300 0.500 4.500
Rectangular Column
X X axis
Y


a
x
i
s

Y

BtY2
BtY1
BtX2
BtX1
BbX2
BbY2
BbY1
BbX1
UC
L
PLAN
ELEVATION
x
y
Framing
Beams
Column
Column can be rectangular
or circular
Column Moment of Inertia (m
4
)
Mark
I
xx
I
yy
K
c-xx
K
c-yy
Column C 0.00313 0.00113 17469.29 6288.95
Column LC 0.00636 0.00636 38716.23 38716.2
Column UC 0.00228 0.00101 12604.49 5602.00
Frame along X-X axis - No Sway Frame
Factor b
1x
:
= (6288.95+5602) / (6288.95+5602+7119.15+5695.32)
= 0.4813
Factor b
2x
:
= (6288.95+38716.23) / (6288.95+38716.23+10697.71+8558.17)
= 0.7003
Eff. Length Factor, K
x
= 0.73209
Effective Length along X-X axis = 0.73209 x 4 = 2.929 m
Frame along Y-Y axis - Sway Frame
Factor b
1y
: = (17469.29+12604.49) / (17469.29+12604.49+18193.01+15820.32)
= 0.4693
Factor b
2y
: = (17469.29+38716.23) / (17469.29+38716.23+36677.85+28527.22)
= 0.4628
0.002278 7119.15
Flexural Stiffness
Moment of Inertia(m
4
) Flexural Stiffness
K
b
0.002278 5695.32
0.003125 10697.71
0.003125 8558.17
0.003125 28527.22
0.001898 18193.01
0.001898 15820.32
0.003125 36677.85
Eff. Length Factor, K
y
= 1.4049
Effective Length along Y-Y axis = 5.62 m 1.4049 x 4 =
Column can be rectangular
= (6288.95+38716.23) / (6288.95+38716.23+10697.71+8558.17)
= (17469.29+38716.23) / (17469.29+38716.23+36677.85+28527.22)

23+36677.29 38716.29+38716.15+5695.01 15820.00228 0.15 5695.7003 0.85 28527.23) / (17469.71+8558.4628 .32 10697.49+18193.003125 0.003125 4 Flexural Stiffness Kb 7119.00636 Column UC 0.929 m Effective Length along X-X axis = Frame along Y-Y axis .32) = 0.00 Moment of Inertia(m ) 0.22 Frame along X-X axis .17) Factor b2x: = Eff.00101 Flexural Stiffness Kc-xx Kc-yy 17469.4813 = (6288.17 18193.23+10697.95+38716.71 8558.00636 0.23 12604.95+38716.Sway Frame Factor b1y: = (17469.95 38716.49) / (17469.49 6288.4693 Factor b2y: = (17469.Column Moment of Inertia (m4) Ixx Iyy Mark Column C 0.29+12604.23) / (6288.22) = 0. Length Factor.001898 0.003125 0.32 36677.29+38716.2 5602.32) = 0.003125 0.002278 0.85+28527.No Sway Frame Factor b1x: = (6288.73209 x 4 = 2.01+15820.00313 0. Kx = 0.00113 Column LC 0.001898 0.73209 0.002278 0.29+12604.95+5602) / (6288.95+5602+7119.

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