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Calculation Sheet

Sheet No : cont'd 4 4 4 :

1 3

Date : 4 4

Note : Input data in yellow cells only and ensure all check boxes are displaying "ok" or "safe".

Height of Chimney External Diameter of Chimney Fire Brick Lining

Air Gap Between Wall & Fire Brick Lining (min)

Unit weight of Fire Brick Lining Height of Fire Brick Lining above Ground Level The temperature of gases above surrounding air Coefficient of expansion of concrete and Steel Grade of Steel fy = ( 250 or 415) Allowable tensile stress in steel Modulus of Elasticity of steel Es = Grade Concrete Mix M25 Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete Ec =

Thickness of chimney shell at top portion

3.40 m 300 100

lining thickness 25.00 m 25.00 m

1.1E-05 per deg C 250 140 2.05E+05 25 2.85E+04 200 25.00 300 25.00 400 10.00 6.00 1800 1600 1400 0.70

15 18.67 4.00 5.00 -2.00 20 13.33 5.00 7.00 -2.80 25 10.98 6.00 8.50 -3.20 30 9.33 8.00 10.00 -3.60

1400 n/m2

400

mm

10.00 m

100

Thickness of chimney shell at bottom portion of Chimney

Height of balance bottom portion of Chimney

fig 1

Cross-Section of Chimney

Lining Support Distance @ every Constant wind pressure intensity at top portion Constant wind pressure intensity at middle portion Constant wind pressure intensity at bottom portion Shape Factor Grade of conc (N/mm2) modular ratio m Allowable compressive stress (Direct) N/mm2 Allowable compressive stress (Bending) N/mm2 Allowable tebsile stress (Direct) N/mm2

35 8.11 9.00 11.50 -4.00 40 7.18 10.00 13.00 -4.40

0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00

250

415

140

230

15 0.22 0.29 0.34 0.37 0.40 0.42 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44

20 0.22 0.30 0.35 0.39 0.42 0.45 0.47 0.49 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51

25 0.23 0.31 0.36 0.40 0.44 0.46 0.49 0.51 0.53 0.55 0.56 0.57

30 0.23 0.31 0.37 0.41 0.45 0.48 0.50 0.53 0.55 0.57 0.58 0.60

35 0.23 0.31 0.37 0.42 0.45 0.49 0.52 0.54 0.56 0.58 0.60 0.62

40 0.23 0.32 0.38 0.42 0.46 0.49 0.52 0.55 0.57 0.60 0.62 0.63

Weight of Lining per meter height = = *( 4.00 0.1 17310 - 2 ( 0.4 + 0.1 * 1.00 * 19000 N + 0.05 )) *

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Weight of Concrete per meter height For 200 mm thk shell, w = [ 4.00 - 0.20 ] * = 59690 N/m [ 4.00 - 0.30 ] * = 87179 N/m [ 4.00 - 0.40 ] * = 113097 N/m 0.20 * 1.00 * 25000

For

300 mm thk

shell, w =

0.30

1.00 *

25000

For

400 mm thk

shell, w =

0.40

1.00 *

25000

2) Stress at Section 25.00 m below top Let the vertical reinforcement be 50 mm place at a cover of As = 1.00 % of the concrete area ok ok

1 * * ( 4.00 ^2 - 3.60 ^2 ) * 1000000 100 4 = 23876 mm2 Nos of = 119 16 mm bars = 23876 201 Hence provide 140 bars of 16mm suitably placed along the circumference Actual As = 28149 mm2

>

ok

23876

mm2

ok

Equivalent thickness of steel ring placed at the centre of the shell thickness ( R = 2.00 0.1 = 1.90 m ) is 28149 = 2.36 mm 2R Horizontal steel (hoops) may be provided @ Area of steel per metre height of chimney Hence pitch s of Ts =

W = P1 =

25.00 0.7 *

0.2 % of sectional area 0.2 * 200 * 1000 = 400 100 113 = 282.5 mm 12 mm bar hoops = 1000 * 400 Provide these at 250 mm centre 59690 = 1492257 N = 4.00 * * 25.0 = ) = 1575000 126000 N acting at N.m m = 1055 mm 12.5

ok mm2

ok

1800 (

m below top

.: M =

126000

12.5

.: Eccentricity For M 25

e = M =

W

concrete , m = .: Eqivalent area

1575000 = 1492257

10.98

1.055

= A = /4 * ( 4.00 ^2 ( 10.98 1 )* = 2668534 mm2 Eqivalent moment of inertia = I = ( / 64) ( = * ( 4.00 ^ 4 - 3.60 ^ 4 64 ( 10.98 1 ) * * 1900 = 4.8286E+12 mm4

* 1000000 +

D 4 -d 4 )+(m-1) R ts (R) 2

) * 4 + 1900 ^ 2 PTO

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1055

W A

MD

2I

4000

1.212 -0.093

N/mm2 N/mm2

< <

8.5 -0.8

N/mm2 N/mm2

allowable allowable

(Safe) (Safe)

2) Stress at Section 50.00 m below top Thickness of shell = 300 mm 1.00 % of the concrete area ok ok

1 * * ( 4.00 ^2 - 3.40 ^2 ) * 1000000 100 4 = 34872 mm2 Nos of = 111 20 mm bars = 34872 314 Hence provide 130 bars of 20mm suitably placed along the circumference Actual As = 40841 mm2

>

ok

34872

mm2

ok

Equivalent thickness of steel ring placed at the centre of the shell thickness ( R = 2.00 0.15 = 1.85 m ) is 40841 = 3.51 mm 2R Horizontal steel (hoops) may be provided @ Area of steel per metre height of chimney Hence pitch s of Ts =

W =

25.00 25.00

* *

0.2 % of sectional area 0.2 * 300 * 1000 = 600 100 113 = 188.0 mm 12 mm bar hoops = 1000 * 600 Provide these at 180 mm centre 59690 + 25.00 * 17310 + 87179 = 4104491 N = 4.00 * 25.0 112000.00 * 37.5 + ) + = 0.7 * 1600 ( 238000.00 N * 1.492 12.5 m = = 1492 4.00 * 25.0 )

ok mm2

ok

P1 = =

.: M =

112000

6125000 mm

N.m

.: Eccentricity

e = M =

6125000 = 4104491

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For M

25

concrete , m

10.98

.: Eqivalent area

= A = /4 * ( 4.00 ^2 ( 10.98 1 )* = 3894758 mm2 Eqivalent moment of inertia = I = ( /64 ) ( = * ( 4.00 ^ 4 - 3.40 ^ 4 64 ( 10.98 1 ) * * 1850 = 6.7041E+12 mm4 For no tension to develop, allowable eccentricity

* 1000000 +

D 4 -d 4 ) + ( m-1 ) R ts (R) 2

) * 4 + 1850 ^ 2

1492

= 2I = 2 * 6.7041E+12 AD 3894758 * 4000 = 860.7 mm mm. Hence some tension will be developed in the leeward side.

W A

MD

2I

4000

2.881 -0.773

N/mm2 N/mm2

< <

8.5 -0.8

N/mm2 N/mm2

allowable allowable

(Safe) (Safe)

3) Stress at Section 60.00 m below top Thickness of shell = 400 mm 1.00 % of the concrete area ok ok

1 * * ( 4.00 ^2 - 3.20 ^2 ) * 1000000 100 4 = 45239 mm2 Nos of = 93 nos 25 mm bars = 45239 491 Hence provide 120 bars of 25mm suitably placed along the circumference Actual As = 58905 mm2

>

ok

45239

mm2

ok

Equivalent thickness of steel ring placed at the centre of the shell thickness ( R = 2.00 0.15 = 1.85 m ) is 58905 = 5.07 mm 2R Horizontal steel (hoops) may be provided @ Area of steel per metre height of chimney Hence pitch s of 12 mm bar hoops Ts =

0.2 % of sectional area 0.2 * 400 * 1000 = 800 100 = 1000 * 113 = 141.0 mm 800 Provide these at 140 mm centre =

ok mm2

ok PTO

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W =

25.00 10.00

* *

59690 17310

+ +

25.00 10.00

* *

87179 N

P1 = = .: M = =

4.00 4.00

* 25.0 277200 * mm

) N 5.0

* 47.5 + N.m

.: Eccentricity

e = M =

10.98 For M 25 concrete , m = .: Eqivalent area = A = /4 * ( 4.00 ^2 ( 10.98 1 )* = 5111764 mm2 Eqivalent moment of inertia = I = ( /64 ) ( = * ( 4.00 ^ 4 - 3.20 ^ 4 64 ( 10.98 1 ) * * 1850 = 8.4252E+12 mm4 For no tension to develop, allowable eccentricity

* 1000000 +

D 4 -d 4 ) + ( m-1 ) R ts (R) 2

) * 4 + 1850 ^ 2

1609

= 2I = 2 * 8.4252E+12 AD 5111764 * 4000 = 824.1 mm mm. Hence some tension will be developed in the leeward side.

W A

MD

2I

4000

< >=

8.5 -0.8

The eccentricity is quite high. Due to this, tensile stresses in the windward side are expected to be greather than 0.8 N/mm2 resultingin cracking of concrete. Hence it is assumed that only steel will take the tensile stresses and concrete in the tensile zone will be ignored. Thus, the method of analysis used at 25.00 m and 50.00 m will not be applicable. We shall analyse the section for stresses by method discussed in 8.3. 400 Tc = Ts = 5.07 m = 10.98 mm mm R= 2.00 - 0.20 = 1.80 eccentricity e = 1.609 m m

[ R [

(Tc-Ts)

sin2

4

sin

+ +

2

(-)

m Ts

]

cos

fig 2

(Tc-Ts) {

cos }

m Ts

]

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180

[

Assume

( 40.00 0.51 )

0.51 *

{

+

sin2

4

(-)

10.98 * 2

0.51 *

1.609

]

cos m

( 40.00 -

sin

cos

+ 10.98 * *

0.51

Now adjust the value of angle in such a way that the value of eccentricity e is

>=

= .: e =

86.00

C =

1.5010

radians

= .: consider =

[

=

(Tc-Ts)

sin

(-)

cos

+ m Ts cos

]

* 5.07 * 0.0698

5408566

2 * 1800 * 1 + 0.06976

c1

400

5.07

{

= .: Compressive stress c1 = in Concrete

0.9976 + 1.6406

* 0.0698

+ 10.98 * *

]

safe

<

8.5

N/mm2

34.00

N/mm2

<

140

N/mm2

Area of steel per metre height of chimney

safe

0.2 0.2 * % of sectional area 400 100 * 1000 = ok 800

mm2

Hence pitch s of

12

mm bar hoops = 1000 * 113 = 141.0 mm 800 Provide these at 140 mm centre

N/mm2 allowable

As = D1 = .:

113.1 4000

in pitch s = 140 mm centre, if the cover is 40 mm 80 = 3920 mm p * s 277200 * 140 t1 = = = 43.7676 N/mm2 2 * As * D1 2 * 113 * 3920

mm2

Safe

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fig 3

fig 4

Thickness of shell Tc = Thickness of steel Ts = Cover to vertical steel = c1 = Es = 3.5607 2.05E+05 N/mm

400 5.07 50

2

mm mm mm

100 50

mm = 350 mm

0.875

N/mm2 = 0.01267

Ec =

2.05E+05 10.98

1.867E+04 per C

N/mm2

p =

Ts Tc

5.07 400

1.10E-05

Temperature difference

200

ok ok ok

80 % of temperature drops through the lining and shell. Let us assume that C = 200 * 0.8 = 160 Drop in temperature 5 times more than that in shell, per unit thickness, Asssuming that drop in lining is the drop of temperature through concrete is given by, T = 400 + 160 5 * 100 * 400 = 71.11 C

[1

+ ( m 2

* p

= * T * Ec

0.5 * k .: or

m * p * (a - k) 1 + ( 10.98 10.98 1 ) * * 0.01267 * ( 0.01267 ) 0.875 = 0.24343 0.793 = 0 ] k = ) 1.1E-05 * 71.11 * 1.867E+04

8.0219 * k * k -

14.6043

solving for k

0.7620 PTO

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c = =

2

= 11.129 Since wind stresses are taken into account, Permissible Stress in Concrete = 4 * 3 8.5 =

11.33

N/mm

Thus the compressive stress less than the permissible The above analysis is based on the assumption that the tension caused by temperature variation cannot be taken by concrete, and it is taken entirely by steel. Stress in Steel = t = mc a-k k = 10.98 * = 18.113 11.129 * ( N/mm2 0.875 0.762 0.762 )

(d) Stresses on windward side, due to temperature gradient p * t1 a - k ) = * T * Ec 0.5 * k2 p = 0.01266892 a = N/mm2 C T = 71.11 Ec = 33.998 0.875 0 = 0.5 * k2 = 14.604 0.875 18670 0.000011 * m = 10.98 N/mm2 * 71.11 18670

m * p * ( where .: 10.98 or *

k2

0.121716639 0.12172 -

0.5 0.5

* *

k2 =

0.0295

solving

fig 5

Tensile stress in Steel, assuming concrete to be fully cracked. t = m c a k k = 10.98 * 4.5615 * ( 0.875 - 0.31234 ) 0.31234 140 N/mm2

90.23

N/mm2

<

( safe )

(e) Stresses on the Neutral axis .(i.e. temperature effect alone) k2 = where -mp + 2mpa + m2p2 p = 0.01267 a T = 71.11 2 * + = C * 0.875 Ec = 0.01267 * 10.98 * 18670 0.875 0.01267 PTO

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N/mm2

or

k2

0.01267 +

10.98 10.98 *

0.01267 *

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k2 =

2

Tensile stress in concrete, assuming concrete to be fully cracked. t2 = m c a 2 - k2 = k2 = 10.98 * 5.4550 * ( 0.875 - 0.37352 ) 0.37352 140 N/mm

2

80.42

N/mm

<

( safe )

(b) Stress in horizontal reinforcement due to temperature : p' = A S Tc 360 400 From Eq. 8.13. a' = = 113.10 = 140 * 400 = 0.900 0.00202

or

k'

10.98

0.00202 +

2 * +

10.98 10.98 *

0.00202 * 10.98 *

0.900 0.00202

0.00202 *

k' =

Tensile stress in concrete, assuming concrete to be fully cracked. t2 = m c' a' - k' = k' = 10.98 * 2.6118 * ( 0.900 - 0.17884 ) 0.17884 140 N/mm2 O.k

115.64

N/mm2

<

These stresses are due to temperature effect alone. To this we must add the stresses due to wind. Hence total stress in steel = 159.41 = 115.64 + 43.768 N/mm2 t = 4 * 140 = 186.67 Safe Since wind is also acting, permissible N/mm2 3 allowable tensile stress in steel

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5. Flue Opening : 1.5 m wide and Provide a flue opening 2.0 m high at bottom. ok The boundary of the opening is thickened and reinforced as shown in Fig A. The vertical steel bars are bent on either side of the opening as shown

fig 6

6. Force acting at 0.00 level for Foundation Design : P V M 0.00 level P = M = V = 5408566 8701000 277200 N N .m M N

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7. Design of Cirrcullar Chimney Foundation : P Data Concrete Grade Steel Grade S.B.C of Soil Density of soil Axial Load Moment eccentricity Horizontal load

Outer dia of chimney Thickness of chimney wall Dia of Footing

Level of footing below ground

d= t= OD = A=

Totd =

277.2 H

e 1609

5408.57

D= T= = c =

25 N/mm2 415 N/mm2 200 Kn/m2 18 Kn/m3 5408.57 Kn 8701 Kn . M 1.609 m 277.2 Kn 4.00 m 400 mm 14.00 m 200 mm 4000 mm 1700 mm 2300 mm 32 25 mm 75 mm

200

FGL

Soil filling inside

1700

4000

T

2300

4000 d 14000 OD

P'

= 5408.57 = P + Weight of Chimney Wall + Soil Filling inside of wall + Weight of soil + Self weight of footing = 5408.57 + ( 4.00 ^2 3.60 ^2 ) 4 * ( 1.70 + 0.2 ) * 25 + ( 3.60 ^2 ) * 18 4 + ( 14.00 ^2 4.00 ^2 ) * 18 * 4 + ( 14.00 ^2 ) * 2.30 * 25 4 = 5408.57 + 113.41 + 183.22 + = 18882.61 8701 8701 9865.24 M' P' = kn + H * ( D + T + A ) + 277.2 * ( 2.30 + Kn . M 9865.24 18882.61 = 0.5225 <

OD

14000

fig 7

1.70

4325.97

8851.44

M'

= = =

1.70 OD 8

+ = Ok

0.2 1.75

) m

.: e' =

Axx

= * OD2 4 = 153.94 m2

Ixx

= * 64

OD4 = OD3 = 32

1885.74099

m4 m3 PTO

Zxx

= *

269.39157

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Totd

P' A

M' Zxx

fig 8

122.664 = =

36.620 Kn / m2 Kn / m2 =

max min

159.28 86.04

< >

200 0

Kn / m2 allowable Kn / m2 allowable

Ok Ok

Stabilising Moment = P' * OD Overturning Moment 2 M' 18882.61 * 14.00 2 9865.24 13.40 > 1.5 safe

mm mm

bars bars

Radius of Foundation

=

Bar Spacing at ro Bar Spacing at fro Uniform pressure under area 'PQRS' Pressure due to Moment at 'RS' Pressure due to Moment at 'PQ'

= = = = =

0.0524 radians ro = 2000 mm fro = 7000 mm 105 mm Length of segment 'PQ' 367 mm Length of segment 'RS' 122.7 36.6 10.5 Kn / m2 Kn / m2 R Kn / m2

b1

Main Reinforcement

1.1781 2.963

m2 m

fro ro

S

b2 a2

a1

Q

Footing Outer Dia

A

rs

rp

A

Chimney Outer Dia

fig 9

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159.28

86.04

18882.61 153.94

9865.24 269.39

C / L of foundation

2000

2500

Straight portion

2500

Sloping portion 16 top radial reinforcement 1.79 1

r

c/L of Foundation

32

120

nos

16

200

c/c

1112.5

critical punching shear section

75

cover

2225

C/L

7000 Section A - A

fig 10

+ = = 8.5 +

= N/mm2 N/mm2 =

516.06 m = 0.289

Kn .m 10.98

230

R =

k 3 fc'all

0.289

Hence

d =

Mf = 1000 * R

2108.25 mm

.: adopt T = .: d = As =

2300 2225 M * j

2300 = 2225

75 1116

mm2

516059761 * 0.90378 * 32

mm2

= * ( 4 = 1295

+ >

25

)

mm2

1116 = 0.556 %

900 ok

Circullar reinf

p% =

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2300

Punching Shear : Check Punching shear at ro + d/2 from the c/L r d = 1112.5 mm r + d = 2 2 = 3.00 = 0.0524 radians Radius of Punching shear = rps = 3113 mm Radius of Foundation = fro = 7000 mm Bar Spacing at rps = 163 mm Length of segment 'a1a2' Bar Spacing at fro = 367 mm Length of segment 'RS' Uniform pressure under area 'PQRS' Pressure due to Moment at 'RS' Pressure due to Moment at 'PQ' .: = = = 122.7 36.6 16.3 Kn / m2 Kn / m2 Kn / m2 F = 0.16 143.00 fck do = 0.16 = = + 10.47 = 25 = = 163 2225 153.47 0.8 Kn N/mm2

Area of Segment 'PQa1a2' =

2000

mm

3113

mm

1.02919 2.193

m2 m

CG of Segment 'PQa1a2'

from 'a1a2'

0.16 *

F fck * <

OK

1177

mm provided

Shear :

Check shear at r + d from the c/L, End of Straight portion, and at three points at sloping portion.

mm 2000 5333 6167 7000 4225 4500 mm 278 366 104 220 234 322 mm 2225 2225 1292 825 2225 1758 mm 32 + 25 32 + 25 32 + 25 32 + 16 32 + 16 32 + 0 mm2 1295 0.5597 ok 122.7 36.6 10.46 1.178 2.96 516 599 ok 0.50 0.31 72 157 Reqd 85 12 414 381 175 ok 1295 0.2646 ok 122.7 36.6 22.10 0.815 1.50 188 599 ok 0.25 0.23 113 118 Reqd 5 12 6433 180 175 ok 1295 0.2488 ok 122.7 36.6 23.54 0.753 1.34 156 599 ok 0.25 0.23 120 110 Not Reqd 1 1 245 1 ok 1005 0.2057 ok 122.7 36.6 27.90 0.538 0.87 73 367 ok 0.25 0.23 112 81 Not Reqd 1 1 193 1 ok 1005 0.2417 ok 122.7 36.6 32.26 0.287 0.43 19 270 ok 0.25 0.23 96 45 Not Reqd 1 1 142 1 ok 804 0.2664 ok 122.7 36.6 36.62 0.000 0.00 0 138 ok 0.25 0.23 69 0 Not Reqd 1 1 91 1 ok

distance from c/L Reinforcement Spacing Effective depth Bar dia As p% Uniform pressure Pressure due to moment @ rs Pressure due to moment at section Area of Segment 'PQxx' CG of Segment 'PQxx' M actual / bar M allowable / bar p% for Shear Shear Stress tc Shear allowable Shear actual Shear Reinf Shear - Vs per main bar Shear - MS bar dia fyall 140 spacing Minimum shear s = 2.5Asvfy/b .: Provided spacing =

N/mm2 Kn Kn Kn mm mm mm

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Data :

Top Portion :

Height of Top portion of Chimney Wind intensity of top portion of Chimney Concrete Area of Top Portion of chimney Moment of Inertia of Top portion of Chimney Wind Moment at the base of Top Portion Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete M / Ei Area of M / Ei of top portion C.g of Area of M / Ei of top portion Moment of Area of M / Ei from top portion Partial Deflection of Top Portion wrt bottom of top portion Ratio L / top = = = = = = = = = = = =

L /

25.00 1800 2668534 4.8286E+12 1.5750E+06 2.8500E+04 1.1445E-08 1.4306E-04 1.6667E+04 2.3843E+00 2.384 10485

mm (1) mm

> L /

200 ok

Middle Portion :

Height of Middle portion of Chimney Wind intensity of Middle portion of Chimney Area of Middle Portion of chimney Moment of Inertia of Middle portion of Chimney Wind Moment at the base of Middle Portion Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete M / Ei Area of M / Ei of Middle portion C.g of Area of M / Ei of Middle portion from top Moment of Area of M / Ei of Middle portion Partial Deflection of Top Portion wrt bottom of middle portion Ratio L / top = = = = = = = = = = = =

L /

25.00 1600 3894758 6.7041E+12 6.1250E+06 2.8500E+04 3.2057E-08 5.4377E-04 3.7500E+04 2.2776E+01 22.776 2195

mm (2) mm

< L /

200 ok

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Bottom Portion :

Height of Bottom portion of Chimney Wind intensity of Bottom portion of Chimney Area of Bottom Portion of chimney Moment of Inertia of Bottom portion of Chimney Wind Moment at the base of Bottom Portion Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete M / Ei Area of M / Ei of Bottom portion C.g of Area of M / Ei of Bottom portion from top Moment of Area of M / Ei of Bottom portion Total Deflection of Top Portion wrt bottom of bottom portion Ratio L / = = = = = = = = = = = 10.00 1400 5111764 8.4252E+12 8.7010E+06 2.8500E+04 3.6236E-08 3.4147E-04 5.5000E+04 4.1556E+01 41.556 mm mm (3) m N/m2 mm2 mm4 N.m N/mm2 1/mm

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