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Deck Slab 40m

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INPUT DATA Center to center distance of Girders Center to center distance of Diaphragms Width of Top Flange of Girders Width of Diaphragm Thickness of Deck Slab Effective Depth Effective Width Length of Cantilever portion of Slab Thickness of Surfacing Cover to Main Reinforcement Unit Weight of Concrete Unit Weight of Surfacing Ultimate Strength of Concrete Yield Strength of Steel

2.350 meters 9.819 meters 0.600 meters 0.200 meters 0.225 meters 0.197 meters 1 meters 1.105 meters 0.050 meters 0.020 meters 3 24.00 kN/m 23.00 kN/m

3 2 31.00 N/mm 2 410.00 N/mm

g sur :

f' c : fy :

DEAD LOAD ANALYSIS (Considering 1m strip) Self Weight of Deck Slab Weight of Surfacing

ds x gc x 1 t sur x g sur x 1

= =

Max. +ve Moments due to Dead Loads Max. -ve Moments due to Dead Loads

= =

Case 1: Contact area of track : Short dimension Long dimension Dispersed area of track : Ax Ay = ax + 2 x de = ay + 2 x de = = 1.244 meters 3.994 meters Due to CLASS 'AA' Tank Loading

ax ay

= =

ax

ay

Ax

Analysis for Maximum Live Load Moment using PIGEAUD'S CHART Short dimension of Slab Lx Long dimension of Slab Ly k = Sd - de = Ly/Lx = = = = = = = = 9.622 meters 4.942 0.639 2.051 0.006 0.20 33.12 kN-m 9.10 kN-m = S g - t fg + d e = 1.947 meters

Ax/Lx Ay/Lx

Corresponding Pigeaud's coeffecients are :

a x4

0.076

a y4 n

Mx = F ( a x4 + na y4 ) C.F My = F ( na x4 + a y4 )

Ay

Case 2:

Clear distance between the wheels (long dimension) clr w Contact area of one wheel : Short direction Long direction

= = =

ax ay

ay ay

Dispersed area of wheels :

ax

Lx

Ax Ay

= ax + 2 x de = 2 (a y +d e )+clr w

ay1

clrw

Ly

= =

Ay

ay1 Ax

2y

= =

Analysis for Maximum Live Load Moment using PIGEAUD'S CHART (i) Considering outer to outer face of wheels including the unloaded area Lx = Ly = k = Ly/Lx = Ax/Lx = Ay/Lx = Corresponding Pigeaud's coefficients are :

a x4

= 0.125

a y4

a y1

y Now,

= ay + 2 x de

= = = =

clr w /2 - d e

= a x4 (ay1 + y) = a y4 (ay1 + y)

a x4i a y4i

Ax Ay

= a x + 2 x de = clrw - 2 x de

= = = = = = =

0.894 meters 0.556 meters 1.947 meters 9.622 meters 4.942 0.459 0.286 0.100 0.043 0.028

= 0.153 = a x4 x y = a y4 x y

a x4

Now,

a y4

=

= =

a x4ii a y4ii

Moment in short direction Mx = Moment in long direction My =

= =

Case 3: Due to Abnormal Wheel Load (According to NHA Requirement) Contact area of wheel : Short direction Long direction Dispersed area of wheel :

ax ay

= =

Ax Ay

= ax + 2 x de = ay+ 2 x de

= =

ax

Ay

Ax

ay

= =

Ax/Lx Ay/Lx

Corresponding Pigeaud's coefficients are :

= =

0.511 0.356

a x4

Moment in short direction

= 0.143

a y4

0.088

Mx

Moment in long direction

= F ( a x4 + n a y4 ) x C.F = F (n a x4 + a y4 )

= =

My

SUMMARY OF MOMENTS Negative Moments: (KN-m) Short Direction 7.89 33.12 18.94 22.49 Long Direction 9.10 1.16 16.27

Moment due to Dead Load Class AA Tank Load Class A Truck Load Abnormal Wheel Load Positive Moments: (KN-m)

Moment due to Dead Load Class AA Tank Load Class A Truck Load Abnormal Wheel Load REINFORCEMENT (a) Short Direction (i) Mu(+ve) Ku (Considering 1m strip) = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) = M u /bd e

2

= = = = = = 140 =

2 1077.50 mm 2 405.00 mm 2 1077.50 mm

r (reqd)

As(reqd) As(min.)

mm dia. @

2

= = = = = = 140 =

2 405.00 mm 2 1183.69 mm 169 mm

mm c/c 2 1436.16 mm

(b) Long Direction Mu(+ve)(-ve) de' Ku r (reqd) As(reqd) As(min.) = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) = de - half bar dia.(t) 2 = M u /bd e = r x b x de = 0.0018 x b x ds As reqd Governs = = = = = = = mm dia. @ 140 = 35.25 KN-m 0.191 meters 2 0.97 N/mm 0.0027 2 510.70 mm 405.00 mm 2 510.70 mm 221 mm mm c/c 2 807.84 mm

2

spacing reqd (According to ACI Code 318-90) Provide: As(provided) CANTILEVER SLAB Abnormal Wheel Load with 50% impact Moment due to Abnormal Wheel Load Moment due to Dead Load Mu = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) Ku r (reqd) As(reqd) As(min.) 12

= = = =

= = = = 125 =

2 405.00 mm 2 1445.67 mm 139 mm

KN/m 2

mm dia. @

mm c/c 2 1608.50 mm

CHECK FOR PUNCHING SHEAR (As per AASHTO 1996) Abnormal wheel load; V Contact area of wheel : Short direction a x Long direction a y Dispersed area of wheel :

= = =

140.11 KN 0.60 m 0.30 m 0.994 m 0.694 m 1.432 0.20 m 3.38 m 0.21 Mpa 1.02 Mpa 0.83 Mpa 0.83 Mpa

Ax Ay

Ratio of Wheel dimensions; Effective depth of Slab; Perimeter of critical section; Shear stress; Allowable Punching Shear;

= ax + 2 x de = ay+ 2 x de

= = = = = = = = =

SAFE IN PUNCHING SHEAR

UPGRADATION AND RELOCATION OF KARAKORUM HIGHWAY FOR BASHA DIAMER DAM PROJECT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF DECK SLAB

INPUT DATA Center to center distance of Girders Center to center distance of Diaphragms Width of Top Flange of Girders Width of Diaphragm Thickness of Deck Slab Effective Depth Effective Width Length of Cantilever portion of Slab Thickness of Surfacing Cover to Main Reinforcement Unit Weight of Concrete Unit Weight of Surfacing Ultimate Strength of Concrete Yield Strength of Steel

2.350 meters 9.819 meters 0.600 meters 0.200 meters 0.225 meters 0.197 meters 1 meters 1.105 meters 0.050 meters 0.020 meters 3 24.00 kN/m

3 23.00 kN/m

g sur :

f' c : fy :

2 2

DEAD LOAD ANALYSIS (Considering 1m strip) Self Weight of Deck Slab Weight of Surfacing

ds x gc x 1 t sur x g sur x 1

= =

Max. +ve Moments due to Dead Loads Max. -ve Moments due to Dead Loads

= =

2.48 7.89

KN-m KN-m

Thickness of Deck Slab Case 1: Contact area of track : Short dimension Long dimension Dispersed area of track : Ax Ay = ax + 2 x de = ay + 2 x de = = 1.244 meters 3.994 meters

ds :

Due to CLASS 'AA' Tank Loading

0.225 meters

ax ay

= =

Total load of one track with 25% impact Load Distributed over track Impact Factor

ax

ay

Ax

Case 2: Due to Abnormal Wheel Load (According to NHA Requirement) Contact area of wheel : Short direction Long direction Dispersed area of wheel :

ax ay

Ay

= =

Ax Ay

= ax + 2 x de = ay+ 2 x de

= =

ax

Ay

Ax

Total load of wheel with 50% impact Load Distributed over wheel area Impact Factor

ay

= = = =

10

Ax/Lx Ay/Lx

Corresponding Pigeaud's coefficients are :

= =

#REF! #REF!

a x4

Moment in short direction

= 0.143

a y4

0.088

Mx

Moment in long direction

= F ( a x4 + n a y4 ) x C.F = F (n a x4 + a y4 )

= =

My

11

SUMMARY OF MOMENTS Negative Moments: (KN-m) Short Direction 7.89 #REF! #REF! #REF! Long Direction #REF! #REF! #REF!

Moment due to Dead Load Class AA Tank Load Class A Truck Load Abnormal Wheel Load Positive Moments: (KN-m)

Moment due to Dead Load Class AA Tank Load Class A Truck Load Abnormal Wheel Load REINFORCEMENT (a) Short Direction (i) Mu(+ve) Ku r (reqd) As(reqd) As(min.) (Considering 1m strip) = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) 2 = M u /bd e

#REF!

#REF!

mm dia. @

mm c/c 2 1436.16 mm

2 2 405.00 mm mm 2 #REF! #REF! mm

mm c/c 2 1436.16 mm

12

(b) Long Direction Mu(+ve)(-ve) de' Ku r (reqd) As(reqd) As(min.) = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) = #REF! KN-m

= de - half bar dia.(t) = 2 = M u /bd e = = 0.85 f' c /f y [ 1 - (1 - Ku/ 0.3825 f' c )] = r x b x de = 0.0018 x b x ds #REF! = = = = mm dia. @ 140 =

2 2 405.00 mm 2 mm #REF!

spacing reqd (According to ACI Code 318-90) Provide: As(provided) CANTILEVER SLAB Abnormal Wheel Load with 50% impact Moment due to Abnormal Wheel Load Moment due to Dead Load Mu = 1.3 (M dead + 5 x M live /3) Ku 12

#REF!

mm

mm c/c 2 807.84 mm

= = = =

r (reqd)

As(reqd) As(min.)

2 405.00 mm 2 1445.67 mm 139 mm

KN/m 2

= = = 125 =

mm dia. @

mm c/c 2 1608.50 mm

13

CHECK FOR PUNCHING SHEAR (As per AASHTO 1996) Abnormal wheel load; V Contact area of wheel : Short direction a x Long direction a y Dispersed area of wheel :

= = =

140.11 KN 0.60 m 0.30 m 0.994 m 0.694 m 1.432 0.20 m 3.38 m 0.21 Mpa 1.02 Mpa 0.83 Mpa 0.83 Mpa

Ax Ay

Ratio of Wheel dimensions; Effective depth of Slab; Perimeter of critical section; Shear stress; Allowable Punching Shear;

= ax + 2 x de = ay+ 2 x de

= = = = = = = = =

SAFE IN PUNCHING SHEAR

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