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Load Calculation:

Load on Ground floor:

a) Load of slab = 0.15 X 0.25 X (21.35 X 10.925 – 2.65 X 5.925 – 2.65 X 2.95) = 786.49

KN

b) Load of beam (assume 250mm X 550mm size) = 0.25 X (0.55 – 0.15) X 25 X [21.1 X 3

+ 13.0625 + 3.75 + 2.65 + 10.675 X 4 + 8.6875 X 3] = 378.8125 KN

c) Load of column (assume 300mm X 500mm size) = 0.3 X 0.5 X 25 X 4.05 X 24 = 364.5

KN

d) Load of 250 mm thick main wall = 0.25 X 19 X (4.05 – 0.55) X [21.1 + 10.675 X 4 +

4.25 X 2 + 4 X 2 + 2.65 X 2 + 8.6875 X 2 + 2.9 X 2 + 3.75 + 1.9875 + 3.55 X 3] =

2080.83 KN

e) Load of 125 mm thick partition wall = 0.125 X 19 X (4.05 – 0.55) X [4.45 + 3.55 + 3.75

+ 13.375] = 208.85 KN

f) Load of staircase = [8 X 1.325 X (1.65 + 1.525) + 11.881 X 1.325 X 2.995] X 3 = 242.41

KN

g) Load of tie beam = 0.25 X 0.4 X 25 X [21.1 X 3 + 3.55 + 10.675 X 4 + 8.6875 X 2 +

4.25 + 1.9875] = 332.91 KN

h) Live load (considering 25% live load for upto and including 3KN/m2) = 3 X (21.35 X

10.925) X 0.25 = 174.94 KN

Total load on Ground floor = 4569.7425 KN

Load on Typical floor:

a) Load of slab = 786.49 KN

b) Load of beam (assume 250mm X 550mm size) = 378.8125 KN

c) Load of column (assume 300mm X 500mm size) = 0.3 X 0.5 X 25 X 3.3 X 24 = 297 KN

d) Load of 250 mm thick main wall = 1634.935 KN

e) Load of 125 mm thick partition wall = 164.1 KN

f) Load of staircase = 80.8 X 2 = 161.6 KN

g) Live load (considering 25% live load for upto and including 3KN/m2) = 3 X (21.35 X

10.925) X 0.25 = 174.94 KN

5 X 1634.5 X 5 X 10 = 75 KN m) Live load on roof = 0 Total load on Roof = 3101.4 KN j) Weight of lift = 25 KN k) Load of water tank (considering 5 numbers of water tanks) = 1.4 = 201.25 X 19 X 2.7575 + 4 X 3597.925 X 2) X 0.25 X 1 X 19 = 294.8775 KN Load on Roof: a) Load of slab = 786.025 KN h) Load of mumpty room = (2.5 X 164.Load on Typical floor = 3597.5 KN d) Load of 250 mm thick main wall = 0.05 KN f) Load of staircase = 80.25 X 25 X (2.01 KN .49 KN b) Load of beam (assume 250mm X 550mm size) = 378.5 X 297 = 148.9 + 5.65 + 10.925) X 2 X 0.925) = 107.8 KN g) Load of parapet wall = (21.8125 KN c) Load of column (assume 300mm X 500mm size) = 0.9 X 5.5 X 5 X 14 = 105 KN l) Load of water in the tank = 1.7425 = 22063.7575 KN Total load of the whole structure = 3101.35 X 2 – 2.1 = 82.21 KN i) Load of roof slab = 0.8775 + 4569.47 KN e) Load of 125 mm thick partition wall = 0.935 = 817.

Tax = = = 0.0 [Table 7] From Clause 7.426 Tay = = = 0.4.DESIGN PARAMETERS: For Kolkata (Zone III).2. zone factor. R = 3. Z = 0. for ordinary buildings [Table 6] For ordinary RC moment resisting frame.5 From Clause 6.6.4.2. Ah = = = 0.16 [Annex E of IS: 1893 (Part 1) – 2002] Importance factor.5.0667 . I = 1. For soft soil.596 From Clause 6. = 2.

VB = Ah W = 0.3.01 = 1470.87 KN .0667 X 22063.5.From Clause 7.

48 KN Shear in column RS = X 51.ANALYSIS OF FRAME BY PORTAL METHOD: Analyzing at second floor level: Shear in the column: Total shear force at this level = 108.03 KN Shear in column DE = X 55.1 KN Shear in span KR = = 51.36 = 42.55 KN Shear in column KL = X 55.84 + 79.36 KN Shear in span YF’ = = 37.1 + X 51.325 KN Shear in column T’U’ = X 46.95 + 32.98 KN Shear in column F’G’ = X 37.43 + 52.55 X 1.03 = 47.6 KN Shear in span F’M’ = = 48.03 = 23.86 + X 34.58 KN Shear in span DK = = 55.11 KN Shear in column M’N’ = X 48.86 KN Shear in span RY = = 34.87 KN Shear in column YZ = X 34.62 KN Shear in span M’T’ = = 46.6 + X 48.m .62 + X 46.46 KN .86 = 53.36 = 273.62 = 43.1 = 27.015 KN Moment in the column: MDE = 27.6 = 35.65 = 45.36 + X 37.

65 = 59.m MT’U’ = 23.m Analyzing at first floor level: Shear in the column: Total shear force at this level = 108.65 = 37.03 KN Shear in column LM = 56.24 KN .65 = 70.74 KN .m MZA’ = 65.9 KN .36 KN Shear in column ST = 45.91 KN Shear in column G’H’ = 45.25 KN Moment in the column: MEF = 47.m MN’M’ = 47.18 KN Shear in column ZA’ = 37.95 + 52.29 KN Shear in column EF = 29.87 KN Shear in column U’V’ = 24.m MLM = 93 KN .55 KN .MKL = 53.015 X 1.09 KN .43 KN Shear in column N’O’ = 49.98 X 1.m MYZ = 35.48 X 1.325 X 1.87 X 1.97 KN .95 + 32.43 + 52.52 KN – m .65 = 88.37 KN – m MF’G’ = 43.36 + 14.11 X 1.65 = 78.13 KN .m MRS = 42.84 + 79.m MST = 74.65 = 71.71 = 288.

93 = 79.86 = 87.55 – 87.52 – 57.11 = 81.91 KN .MG’H’ = 74.m Joint Z MZG’ = MG’Z = 59.91 = 66.09 + 82.86 KN .m Joint S MSZ = MZS = 70.m MM’O’ = 82.96 KN . Joint E MEL = MEL = 45.98 KN .27 KN .37 + 65.m Shear in the beam: VEL = = 44.26 KN .96 – 49.96 + 47.m Moment in the beam: Considering joint equilibrium.9 = 93.m Joint L MLS = MSL = 88.m MU’V’ = 40.28 KN .m Joint N’ MN’U’ = MU’N’ = 78.24 + 93 – 93.01 KN .11 KN .28 – 79. ∑ M = 0.m Joint G’ MG’N’ = MN’G’ = 71.13 + 74.38 = 57.27 KN VLS = = 44.38 KN .74 + 74.

8 + X 124.27 KN = 44.86 KN .27 KN VG’N’ = = 44.22 KN Shear in column KL = X 180.73 = 75.m MKL = 152.73 KN Shear in column DE = X 180.65 = 148.44 + Shear in column RS = X 124.m MRS = 137.VSZ = VZG’ = = 44.8 KN Shear in span RY = = 150.31 KN – m .27 KN ANALYSIS OF FRAME BY PORTAL METHOD: Analyzing at second floor level: Shear in the column: Total shear force at this level = 181.62 KN X 150.97 KN Shear in span DK = = 180.27 KN VN’U’ = = 44.44 KN Shear in span KR = = 124.65 = 251.8 = 152.82 KN .65 = 227.62 X 1.22 X 1.765 X 1.25 + 53.765 KN Shear in column YZ = X 150.73 = 137.38 + 88.365 KN Moment in the column: MDE = 90.44 = 90.93 = 455.41 + 132.

42 KN Moment in the column: MEF = 156.25 + 53.72 = 211.35 – 305.m .53 – 211.35 KN .m MLM = 265.53 KN .41 + 132.17 KN Shear in column ZA’ = 79.48 KN Shear in column EF = 95.51 = 480.m MZA’ = 131.38 + 88.m MST = 239.39 KN . ∑ M = 0.65 = 124.35 KN .86 + 156.45 = 255.m Joint S MSZ = MZS = 227.m Analyzing at first floor level: Shear in the column: Total shear force at this level = 181.365 X 1.82 + 265.72 KN .82 KN Shear in column ST = 145.86 KN .45 KN .07 KN Shear in column LM = 160.31 + 239.MYZ = 75. Joint E MEL = MEL = 148.m Moment in the beam: Considering joint equilibrium.04 KN .86 = 305.93 + 24.m Joint L MLS = MSL = 251.

45 KN VSZ = = 146.45 KN VLS = = 146.45 KN . Shear in the beam: VEL = = 146.

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