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38 m = 17,210 Kgf Dead load for Tap off IPB = 75 Kgf/m * 69.543 m = 5,216 Kgf GCB Weight = 6500 Kgf Supporting Structure Weight = 8,793.5 Kgf Total dead load = 37,720 Kgf 2. Live Load: Live load for Main IPB = 100 Kgf/m2 * 0.96 m * 103.379 m = 9,925 Kgf Live load for Tap off IPB = 100 Kgf/m2 * 0.67 m * 54.093 m = 3,625 Kgf Total live load = 13,550 Kgf 3. Wind Load: Wind loads according to Bangladesh National Building Code. Structures less than 10 m above ground are designed for Design wind pressure, qz = CI * Cc * Cz * Vb2 Where, Basic wind speed, Vb = 210 Kmph or 58.33 m/s [Given] Importance factor, CI = 1.0 [From table 6.2.9] Conversion co-efficient, Cc = 4.72E-05 Combined height and exposure co-efficient for exposure-B, height: 10 m, Cz = 1.0 [From Table 6.2.10] Design wind speed, qz = 1.0 * 4.72E-05 * 1.0 * 2102 = 2.081 KN/m2 or 210 kgf/m2 Wind load along-X direction for Main IPB = Projected area * Design wind pressure [Ref. 1]

I = 1. for Tap off IPB = Projected area * Design wind pressure = 28.= 35. Seismic Load: The earthquake force experienced by a structure depends on its own dynamic characteristics in addition to those of the ground motion.25 * 0.96 * 210 = 9.143 Kgf Wind load along -Y direction for Main IPB = Projected area * Design wind pressure = 45. Seismic loads as Bangladesh National Building Code.960 * 210 = 7106.269 + 2. 2] . Vb = Z * I * W/R Where. The design seismic forces shall be computed on the basis of importance of the structure and its soil-foundation system.687 * 0.9765 * 0. Seismic Zone Co-efficient.2. For Seismic Zone: Zone-II. for Tap off IPB = Projected area * Design wind pressure = 15.4 Kgf Wind load along-X dir.239 Kgf Total Wind load along-Y direction = 9.911 * 0.15 Importance Factor as per UBC. For design of other structures an equivalent static approach employing use of a seismic coefficient may be adopted.26 Kgf Total Wind load along-X direction = 7106. The following procedure is considered for calculating seismic load. Response spectrum method takes into account these characteristics and is recommended for use in case where it is desired to take such effects into account.26 = 11. Z = 0.269 Kgf Wind load along-Y dir.4 + 4036.23] [Ref.239 = 11.67 * 210 = 4036. Design base shear to be calculated by static force procedure.67 * 210 = 2.0 [From Table 6.508 Kgf 4.

631 Kgf Seismic load along Z-direction = 2/3*2631 = 1.006 Kgf Short circuit force for Tap off IPB = (3.0 * 3.754 Kgf 5.631 Kgf Seismic load along X and Y direction = 2. Ct = 0. R = 8 for Intermediate moment resisting frame system.25 * (1.898 Kgf 6.300 Kgf [4x + 13 kN] .25] And T = Ct * (hn)3/4 Where.064 * W Seismic dead load.536) m * 125 Kgf/m = 2.5/0.25 * (S/T)2/3 Where. S = 1.0765 m * 75 Kgf/m = 3.5 Kgf Vb = 2.645+19.411) 2/3 = 3.5 [For S3 from Table 6. C = 1.550 = 41.073 (for Concrete MRF) and hn=10 m T = 0.411 C = 1.073 * (10)3/4 = 0. W = Dead Load + 25% Live load = 37.25 * 13. Vb = 0.720 + 0.4/8 = 0.4 Design base shear to be calculated by static force procedure.Response modification co-efficient.107.2.300 Kgf [4x + 13 kN] Dynamic force along Y-direction = 5.15 * 1. Dynamic Forces during switching: Dynamic force along X-direction = 5. Short Circuit Force: Short circuit force for Main IPB = 40.

.116 Kgf [4x + 15 kN] EIGEN VALUE ANALYSIS: Eigen value analysis does not involve the computation of response due to any loading. K = Global stiffness matrix M = Global mass matrix X = Nodal Displacement . The amplitudes of the free vibrations will depend on the initial conditions.Dynamic force along Z-direction = 6.. The natural frequencies are solved by the Eigen value analysis as a solution. . . the vibrations will continue with out any decay. The first step in the determination of structural response for the dynamic forces is to estimate the natural frequencies of the structure. and in the absence of damping. but yields the natural frequencies (Eigen values) and the corresponding mode shapes (Eigen vectors) of the structure when there is no dissipation of energy due to damping. the following equation. A structure with a non-zero initial condition (initial displacement or velocity) corresponding to any of the mode shapes will exhibit simple harmonic motion at the corresponding natural frequency. [K] {X} + [M] {X} = 0 Where.

069531E+01 3.X = Nodal acceleration vectors respectively.358268E+00 3 4. σy and σz) ii) Shear stress components Txy.938052E+01 7. Nodal displacements would show the resultant deformation pattern of the given structure for the loadings considered. following load cases were considered: [Ref.680752E+01 7. x.572755E-01 1. σ2 and σ3) iv) Von-Mises Stresses given by σvon= √{(σ1.449648E+00 4 4.995018E+01 6.036044E-01 1. Tzx iii) Principal stresses (σ1.020E+08 4. Element stresses will have six components as follows: i) Normal stress component along three axes. the equations of motion reduce to a generalized Eigen value problem.779191E+01 7.342345E-01 1. In the absence of damping and applying loads. This analysis involves undamped free vibrations of a given structure.293760E+00 2 3.206E+00 2.670E+08 STATIC ANALYSIS: Results of static analysis consist of nodal displacements and element stresses.206E+00 2. which can be solved by employing the various algorithms available in finite element software.606319E+00 5 4.σ2) 2 + (σ2.0776E+08 6. y and z (σx.206E+00 2. 7] Load Combinations: .314696E-01 1. ******************* RESULTS OF E I G E N V A L U E A N A L Y S I S ************** MODE ************* FREQUENCY ********** NUMBER (RAD/SEC) (CYCLES/SEC) 1 2.859154E+00 PERIOD (SEC) 3.σ3) 2 + (σ3.σ1) 2}/2 In static stress analysis of IPB. TyZ.272402E-01 *************** SUM OF EFFECTIVE MASSES OF ALL MODES **************** X-MASS Y-MASS Z-MASS MI-X MI-Y MI-Z 2.

which includes wind or seismic loads which ever is dominant. . we are considering worst combination of LC-10 or LC-11.Load case 1 : Dead load Load case 2 : Live load Load case 3 : Wind-X Load case 4 : Wind-Y Load case 5 : Short circuit load Load case 6 : Dynamic loads during switching Load case 7 : Seismic-X Load case 8 : Seismic-Y Load case 9 : Seismic-Z Load case 10 : LC-1 + LC-2 + LC-3 +LC-4 + LC-5 + LC-6 Load case 11 : LC-1 + LC-2 + LC-5 +LC-6 + LC-7 + LC-8 + LC-9 Out of 11 load cases.

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