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LRFD CODE SPECS.

SIMPLY SUPPORTED I SECTION COMPOSITE BEAM DESIGN

DL

LL

be Sd ts

ps Lb

DESCRIPTION -Check design shear and flexure strength of a simply supported I section composite beam to AISC LRFD 3rd Ed. -Note that for "unshored" construction, total deflection is sum of deflection of the steel beam under its own load, and deflection of the composite beam under dead and live loads. For "shored" construction, total deflection is sum of deflection under dead and live loads for the composite section only. -Based on methods used in "Steel Structures Design and Behaviour" by: Salmon & Johnson (see pages 1010-1061) -Transformed Section method has been used to calculate elastic section properties -It is assumed that all shear will be transferred through Headed Studs and that concrete and steel sections form a fully composite section -Steel Material assumed to conform to ASTM A922 -See AISC LRFD Specifications Chapter I INPUT PARAMETERS Structure -Beam Span -Specified Uniformly Distributed Live Load -Specified Uniformly Distributed Dead Load -Live Load Factor -Dead Load Factor -Factored Maximum Moment -Factored Maximum Shear -Shear Stud Diameter Section Dimensions -Effective Width -Slab Thickness -Steel Section Material Properties -Steel Yield Strength -Shear Stud Ultimate Strength -Concrete Compressive Strength -Steel Elastic Modulus -Steel Elastic Modulus -Table Row CALCULATIONS Section Properties -Area of Steel -Height to web thickness ratio -Moment of Inertia about x-x -Beam Depth -Flange Width -Flange Thickness -Steel to Concrete E ratio -Check whether we use Plastic or Elastic Stress Distr. Elastic Section Properties -Concrete Transformed width -Location of Composite Elastic Neutral Axis

Lb LL DL Lf Df Mu Vu Sd be ts Des Fy Fu fc Es Ec row

= = = = = = (Lf*LL+Df*DL)*Lb^2/8 = (Lf*LL+Df*DL)*Lb*0.5 = = = = = = = =

= =

28 1.2 0.44 1.6 1.2 240 34 0.75

[ft] [kip/ft] [kip/ft] [] [] [kip-ft] [kip] [in]

8537 18 7 2 1 320 152 19

[mm] [kN/m] [kN/m] [] [] [kN-m] [kN] [mm]

84 [in] 4 [in] W16X31 [] = = = 36 58 3000 29000 [ksi] [ksi] [psi] [ksi]

2133.6 [mm] 101.6 [mm]

248 400 20690 200000

[MPa] [MPa] [MPa] [MPa]

Es/index(C_Table,Match(fc,Comp,0), = 2) = = Match(Des,section,0) =

3222 [ksi] 159

22222 [MPa]

As hc Ix BD bf tf nn Chk1 bet

= = = = = =

index(table,row,4) index(table,row,25) index(table,row,31) index(table,row,5) index(table,row,8) index(table,row,12)

= = = = = =

9.13 51.6 375.0 15.90 5.53 0.44

[in^2] [] [in^4] [in] [in] [in]

5890.3 51.60 156086785 403.86 140.462 11.176

[mm^2] [] [mm^4] [mm] [mm] [mm]

= index(C_Table,Match(fc,Comp,0),2) = if(hc<=3.76*sqrt(Es/Fy),"Plastic","Elas = tic") =

9.0 [] Plastic 9.3 [in] 15.94 [in]

9 [] LRFD I3.2 237.0666667 [mm] 405 [mm]

-Moment of Inertia of Composite section about x-x -Extreme fiber tension section modulus -Extreme fiber compression section modulus Flexural Strength Calculations

= be/nn = (((As*BD/2)+(bet*ts*(BD+ts/2)))/(As+t yd = s*bet)) = Ix+(As*(ydBD/2)^2)+(1/12*ts^3*bet)+(ts*bet)*(yd= Itr = BD-ts/2)^2 Str = Itr/yd = Sconc = Itr/(BD+ts-yd) = if(Chk1="Elastic", min(0.9*0.85*Sconc*fc,0.9*Str*Fy)/12 = = ,"See Below") = (As*Fy)/(0.85*fc*be/1000) = 0.85*fc/1000*ad*be = As*Fy if(ts>ad,0.85*As*Fy*(BD/2+ts= ad/2)/12,"N/A") = 0.85*fc*be*ts/1000 = ((As*Fy)-Cc)/2 = Cs/(bf*Fy) if(df<0,"N/A",if(tf<bf,"PNA in = Flange","PNA in Web")) if(Cs<0,"N/A",((As*BD/2)-(df*bf*(BD= df)))/(As-bf*df)) if(Cs<0,"N/A",0.85*(Cc*(BD+ts/2= yct)+Cs*(BD-yct-df/2))/12) = = = = min(0.85*fc*be*ts/1000,As*Fy) 0.5*pi()*Sd^2/4*sqrt(fc*Ec/1000) round(Vnh/Qn,0) min(8*ts,Lb*12/Ns) = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

1151.06 [in^4] 72.19 [in^3] 291.0 [in^3]

479105904 [mm^4] 1182981.0 [mm^3] 4769064.1 [mm^3]

-Flexural Strength Based on Elastic Stress Case-1 Plastic Neutral Axis (PNA) in Slab -Uniform Compression stress depth -Compressive force in case 1 -Tensile force in case 1 -Factored Nominal Flexural Strength based on Case 1 Case-2 Plastic Neutral Axis (PNA) in Steel Beam -Compressive force in concrete -Tension force in steel -Thickness of flange in compression -Check if PNA within flange -Distance to the centroid of tension portion of steel beam -Factored Nominal Flexural Strength based on Case 2 Shear Strength Calculations -Required stud shear strength -Nominal stud shear strength -Number of required Studs -Maximum Stud Spacing Deflections -Dead Load Deflection -Live Load Deflection

Mn1 ad C1 T1 Mn2 Cc Cs df Chk2 yct Mn3 Vnh Qn Ns ps DDL DLL

See Below [kip-ft] 1.534 [in] 328.7 [kip] 328.7 [kip] 260 [kip-ft] 857 [kip] -264.06 [kip] -1.326 [in] N/A N/A [in] N/A [kip-ft] 328.7 21.72 15 22 [kip] [kip] [] [in]

#VALOR!

[kN-m]

LRFD I3.2 (16.7.3) (16.7.1) (16.7.2) (16.7.5) (16.7.6) (16.7.9)

39 [mm] 1461 [kN] 1461 [kN] 347 [kN-m] 3808 [kN] -1174 [kN] -34 [mm]

N/A [mm] N/A [kN-m] 1461 97 15 569 [kN] [kN] [] [mm] (16.7.10)

= 5*DL*(Lb*12)^4/(384*Es*Ix) = 5*LL*(Lb*12)^4/(384*Es*Itr)

6.71 [in] 5.97 [in]

170.6 [mm] 151.5 [mm]