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Design of an Anchor Block Type 3 Model of Type 3 Anchor Block: Example: Anchor block of Ghatta Khola MHP, Lamjung H1 = 1.6 m L = 1.2 m w = 0.9 m Z = 0.3 m h1 = 0.8 m h2 = 0.3 m X = 0.6 m i = 36 lc = 0.5 m hc = 0.5 m = 35 = 29 Pipe Diameter, d = 170 mm Pipe Thickness, t = 5 mm Discharge, Q = 40 lps Gross Head, hgross = 97 m Surge Head, hsurge = 111 m Distance to u/s support pier, L2u = 4m L1u = 2 m Distance to d/s support pier, L2d = 4m L1d = 2 m Distance to u/s expansion joint = 30m L4u = 30 m Number of piers at upstream = 7 Relation Used for Area Calculation: A1 0.43 m2 h0(H1 h0) tan 1 (H1 h0)2 tan A2 0.14 m2 2 A3 0.82 m2 H2[L (H1 h0) tan ] 1 (H1 H2) [L (H1 h0)tan ] A4 0.19 m2 2 Relation Used for Centre of Gravity Calculation: 1 (H1 h0) tan X1 0.22 m 2 2 (H1 h0) tan X2 0.30 m 3 1 [L + (H1 h0) tan ] X3 0.82 m 2 1 2 L + (H1 h0) tan X4 0.70 m 3 3 Relation Used for Calculating Deduction Volume Occupied by Penstock: lu (du + 2t)2 + ld (dd + 2t)2 Vp 0.03 m3 4 4 Where h0 = H1 (2Z + d + 2t)cos h0 = 0.96 m 2 Z + d + 2t Y = h0 + X tan 2 cos Y = 1.02 m d + 2t H2 = Y (L X)tan + +Z H2 = 1.09 m 2 cos

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lu =

lu = 0.46 m ld = 0.69 m

Further Design Procedure for the Block, Total head, htotal = hgross + hsurge Block volume excluding pipe volume, (V)

= 97 + 111 = 208 m = w (A1 + A2 + A3 + A4 lc hc) Vp = 0.9 (0.43 + 0.14 + 0.82 + 0.19 0.5 0.5) 0.03 m3 = 1.17 m3 = 22 kN/m3 = V concrete = 1.17 22 = 25.74 kN = 77 kN/m3 = (d + t )t steel = 0.175 0.005 77 = 0.21 kN/m = 9.81 kN/m3 d 2 water 4 0.17 2 = 9.81 4 = 0.22 kN/m = = 0.43 kN/m

WP + WW Calculation for relevant forces: 1. F1u = (WP + WW ) L1u cos = 0.43 2 cos 35 2. F1d = (WP + WW ) L1d cos = 0.43 2 cos 29

= 0.70 kN

= 0.75 kN

3. Frictional force per support pier: = f (WP + WW ) L2u cos Where f = 0.6 for steel on concrete = 0.6 0.43 4 cos 35 = 0.85 kN per support pier Since there are 4 support piers then, F2u = 0.85 7 = 5.95 kN Note that F2d is zero since an expansion joint is located immediately downstream of the anchor block.

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4. F3

= 2 water htotal

= 3.61 kN 5. F4u = WP L4u sin = 0.21 30 sin 35 F4d is negligible since an expansion joint is placed immediately downstream of the anchor block, i.e., L4d 0 and therefore F4d 0 6. F5 = EaT (d + t )t Since the expansion joint is installed between the blocks, F5 =0 7. F6 8. F7 F7u = 100d = 100 0.17 = 17 kN

= water htotal (d + t )t = 9.81 (208 30 sin ) 0.175 0.005 = 5.15 kN F7d = 9.81 208 0.135 0.005 = 5.61 kN Note that as discussed earlier the resultant of these forces is insignificant. =

9. F8

8Q 2 sin 2 d 2 8 0.04 2 29 35 = sin 2 0.17 2 Note that as discussed earlier, this force is insignificant.

2 2 (d u d d ) 4 Since the pipe diameter does not change, F9 =0

= 0.01 kN

10. F9

= water htotal

11. Soil force, F10 Unit weight of concrete, (?soil) For stiff clay and stiff sandy clay () Ka = cos i cos 2 i cos 2

= 20 kN/m3 = 30

cos i + cos 2 i cos 2 Since, = 30 is less than i = 36, then Ka will be imaginary. So take Ka = 1 2 h F10 = K a w soil 1 cos i 2 But in this example, h1 h2 = 0.8 0.3 = 0.5 < 1, So F10 is insignificant, therefore F10 = 0

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Resolution of forces: = 35, = 29 Forces (kN) X component (kN) + Y component (kN) + F1u = 0.70 F1u sin = 0.40 + F1u cos = + 0.57 + F1u cos = + 0.66 F1u sin = 0.36 F1d = 0.75 F2u sin = 3.41 F2u cos = 4.87 F2u = 5.95 Negative during 1expansion Negative during 1expansion Positive during 2contraction Positive during 2contraction + + + F3 sin F3 cos F3 = 4.85 = 2.57 = + 4.11 2 2 F4u = 3.61 + F4u sin = + 2.07 + F4u cos = + 2.96 F6 (cos cos ) = ( 0.94) F6 (sin sin ) = ( 1.51) 1 F6 = 17 Positive during expansion Positive during 1expansion Negative during 2contraction Negative during 2contraction F7u = 5.15 + F7u sin = + 2.95 + F7u cos = + 4.22 F cos = 4.91 F7d sin = 2.72 F7d = 5.61 7d + + + F8 sin F8 cos F8 = 0.01 0 = + 0.01 2 2 WB = 25.74 0 + 25.74 1 H = 6.87 Expansion V = + 28.47 1Expansion SUM H = + 4.75 2Contraction V = + 38.31 2Contraction Note that forces are positive in X-direction is towards the right and Y-direction downwards. Sum of horizontal forces that act at the bend, 1 Expansion case 2 Contraction case Sum of vertical forces that act at the bend,

1 2

= 6.87 kN = + 4.75 kN

Calculate for the centre of gravity of the block from the upstream face of the block taking the moment of mass. The effect of the pipe passing through the block is considered negligible, so need not be calculated.

X =

w concrete w concrete i 0.43 0.22 + 0.14 0.30 + 0.82 0.82 + 0.19 0.70 0.5 0.5 0.25 = 0.43 + 0.14 + 0.82 + 0.19 0.5 0.5

i i

A X A

= 0.66 m

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A force diagram on the block is as shown in Figure; Checking for Safety of the Block: 1. Checking safety against overturning

1

Expansion Case

Taking sum of moment about point O with clockwise moments as positive: M at O, = 25.74 0.66+2.73 0.60 6.87 1.02 = 11.62 kN-m M 11.62 = 0.41 m = V 28.47 L M = 0.60 0.41 = 0.19 e= 2 V L 1.20 eallowable = base = = 0.20 6 6 e < eallowable OK

2

Contraction Case

Taking sum of moment about point O with clockwise moments as positive: M at O, = 25.74 0.66 +12.57 0.60 + 4.75 1.02 = 29.38 kN-m M 29.38 = = 0.77 m V 38.31 L M = 0.60 0.77 = 0.17 e= 2 V L 1.20 eallowable = base = = 0.20 6 6 e < eallowable OK Since e < eallowable for both cases, the structure is safe against overturning. 2. Checking safety on bearing capacity For stiff clay allowable bearing pressure is 200 kN/m2

1

Expansion Case

Pbase =

V Abase

6e 1 + L base

OK

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2

Contraction Case

Pbase =

V Abase

6e 1 + L base

OK

In both cases Pbase < Pallowable = 200 kN/m2, the structure is safe against sinking. 3. Checking safety against sliding

1

Expansion Case

2

Contraction Case

4.75 kN < 0.5 38.31 kN 4.75 kN < 19.16 kN OK Since, H < V in both cases the structure is safe against sliding. The anchor block is stable.

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