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CONTENTS

A.

ROOF FRAMING..................................................................................................................................... 2

1.0

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 2

2.0

DESIGN OF RL1 SECTION ................................................................................................................... 4

2.1

DESIGNS OF TS1 IN RL1 SECTION ...................................................................................................... 5

2.2

JAMB STUDS ...................................................................................................................................... 5

2.3

COMMON WALL STUDS .................................................................................................................... 6

3.0

DESIGN OF RL2 SECTION ................................................................................................................... 7

3.1

DESIGN FOR TS- TRIPLE STUD IN RL2 SECTION ................................................................................. 8

3.2.

JAMB STUDS ...................................................................................................................................... 8

3.3

COMMON WALL STUDS .................................................................................................................... 9

3.4

INTERNAL LOAD BEARING WALLS ..................................................................................................... 9

4.0

DESIGN OF RL3 SECTION ................................................................................................................. 10

4.1

JAMB STUDS .................................................................................................................................... 11

4.2

COMMON STUDS ............................................................................................................................ 12

4.3

INTERNAL LOAD BEARING WALLS ................................................................................................... 12

5.0

DESIGN OF RL4 SECTION ................................................................................................................ 13

5.1

DESIGN FOR DS- DOUBLEE STUD OF RL4 ........................................................................................ 14

5.2

JAMB STUDS .................................................................................................................................... 14

5.3

COMMON STUDS ........................................................................................................................... 15

6.0

DESIGN OF RB1 & RB2..................................................................................................................... 15

B.

FIRST FLOOR FRAMING ....................................................................................................................... 16

1.0

DESIGNING FJ1 ................................................................................................................................ 17

2.0

SB1 .................................................................................................................................................. 18

3.0

SB2 .................................................................................................................................................. 19

4.0

1B5 .................................................................................................................................................. 20

5.0

1B4 .................................................................................................................................................. 22

6.0

1B1 .................................................................................................................................................. 24

7.0

1B3 .................................................................................................................................................. 25

8.0

1B6 .................................................................................................................................................. 26

9.0

1B2 .................................................................................................................................................. 27

10.0

1L1 ................................................................................................................................................... 28

11.0

1L2 ................................................................................................................................................... 29

12.0

GL1 .................................................................................................................................................. 30

C.

RAKING FORCES DETERMINATION...................................................................................................... 31

A. ROOF FRAMING

1.0 INTRODUCTION

MEMBER
MARK

SIZE / mm

TIMBER
GRADE

SPAN TABLE
NUMBER

REMARKS

RL1

2 / 190 35
2 / 70 35
70 35
Like C Studs
70 35

MGP 10
MGP 10
MGP 10

Table 17
Table 11
Table 8

MGP10

Table 13

Roof Lintel 1
Jamb Studs
Common Studs
Jack Studs
Internal Load
Bearing Wall

2 / 140 35
2 / 70 35
70 35

MGP 10
MGP 10
MGP 10

Table 17
Table 11
Table 8

70 35

MGP10

Table 13

TS1- Triple Stud 1

RL2

TS- Triple Stud

Roof Lintel 2
Jamb Studs
Common Studs
Jack Studs
Internal Load
Bearing Wall
2

RL3

RL4
DS- Double Stud

2 / 240 45
3 / 70 35
70 35

MGP 10
MGP 10
MGP 10

Table 17
Table 11
Table 8

70 35

MGP10

Table 13

2 / 140 45
2 / 70 35
70 35

MGP 10
MGP 10
MGP 10

Table 17
Table 11
Table 8

70 35

MGP10

Table 13

Roof Lintel 3
Jamb Studs
Common Studs
Jack Studs
Internal Load
Bearing Wall
Roof Lintel 4
Jamb Studs
Common Studs
Jack Studs
Internal Load
Bearing Wall

RB1

Steel Design

RB2

Steel Design

2.0

DESIGN OF RL1 SECTION

1. Finding batten span and rafter spacing of the RL1 area

Wind Classification

N1

Batten spacing

600 mm

No of battens

Approximated Batten Span

600 mm

Batten span

Rafter Spacing

Therefore the rafter spacing

600 mm

2. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

2400 mm

3. Determine the Roof Load Width at the selected area

The following equation applies to

RLW =

From the roof framing drawing


X = 5400mm, a = 500 mm
Therefore total RLW = 5900mm

4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 17, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

6000 mm

Truss Spacing

600 mm

Maximum lintel span =

2500 mm

Standard Lintel size: =

2 / 170 35 mm

However we will chose one depth greater than the standard size for wind classification N1
requirement

Selected Lintel size

2 / 190 35 mm

2.1
DESIGNS OF TS1 IN RL1 SECTION
The stud height selected in the span table takes into account the height of the upper storey which
is around 2590 mm.

2.2

JAMB STUDS

From AS1684.2
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Table 11 MGP

Sheet Steel Roofing


Current RLW

= 5000 mm

Stud height selected

= 2400 mm

Maximum Width of opening = 2500 mm

Selected Jamb size

= 2 / 70 35 mm

This indicates that there are 1 full length studs with one secondary jamb stud.

2.3

COMMON WALL STUDS

From AS1684.2 -Table 8 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Stud Spacing of 450 mm
Rafter Spacing

= 600 mm

Max RLW

= 7500 mm

Stud Height

= 2400 mm

Selected Wall stud

= 70 35 mm

2.4

INTERNAL LOAD BEARING WALL

AS1684.2 -

Table 13 MGP 10

Steel Sheet Roof


Rafter Truss Spacing = 600

mm

Stud Spacing

= 450

mm

Stud height

= 2400

mm

Roof Load Width

= 5000

mm

Selected Internal Load Bearing Size

= 70 35 mm

3.0

DESIGN OF RL2 SECTION

1. Finding batten span and rafter spacing of the RL2 area

Wind Classification

N1

Batten spacing

450 mm

No of battens

Approximated Batten Span

600 mm

Batten span

Rafter Spacing

Therefore the rafter spacing

600 mm

2. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

2400 mm

3. Determine the Roof Load Width at the


selected area

The following equation applies to


RLW

X
a

=
=

2000 + 500

2500 mm

=
=

Hip truss length


overhang

4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 17, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

2500

mm

Truss Spacing

600

mm

Maximum lintel span =

2500

mm

Standard Lintel size: =

2 / 120 35 mm

However we will chose one depth greater than the standard size for wind classification N1
requirement

Selected Lintel size =

2 / 140 35 mm

3.1
DESIGN FOR TS- TRIPLE STUD IN RL2 SECTION
The stud height selected in the span table takes into account the height of the upper storey which
is around 2590 mm.

3.2.

JAMB STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 11 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Current RLW

= 2500 mm

Estimated RLW

= 3000 mm

Stud height selected

= 2400 mm

Maximum Width of opening = 2500 mm

Selected Jamb size

= 2 / 70 35 mm

This indicates that there are 1 full length studs with one secondary jamb stud.

3.3

COMMON WALL STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 8 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Stud Spacing of 450 mm
Rafter Spacing

= 600 mm

Max RLW

= 7500 mm

Stud Height

= 2400 mm

Selected Wall stud

= 70 35 mm

3.4

INTERNAL LOAD BEARING WALLS

AS1684.2 -

Table 13 MGP 10

Steel Sheet Roof


Rafter Truss Spacing

= 600

mm

Stud Spacing

= 450

mm

Stud height

= 2400

mm

Roof Load Width

= 7500

mm

Selected Internal Load Bearing Size

= 70 35 mm

4.0

DESIGN OF RL3 SECTION


1. Finding batten span and rafter spacing of the RL3 area

Wind Classification

N1

Batten spacing

600 mm

No of battens

Approximated Batten Span

600 mm

Batten span

Rafter Spacing

Therefore the rafter spacing

600 mm

2. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

3200 mm

3. The following equation applies to the Roof Load Width determination


RLW =

X
a

= Hip truss length


= overhang

From the roof framing drawing


X = 5300mm, a = 500 mm
Therefore total RLW = 5800 mm

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4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 17, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

6000

mm

Truss Spacing

600

mm

Maximum lintel span =

3200

mm

Standard Lintel size: =

2 / 240 35 mm

However we will chose one depth greater than the standard size for wind classification N1
requirement

Selected Lintel size =

4.1

2 / 240 45 mm

JAMB STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 11 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Current RLW

= 5800 mm

Stud height selected

= 2400 mm

Maximum Width of opening = 3200 mm

Selected Jamb size

= 3 / 70 35 mm

This indicates that there are 2 full length studs with one secondary jamb stud.

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4.2 COMMON STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 8 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Stud Spacing of 450 mm
Rafter Spacing

= 600 mm

Max RLW

= 5800 mm

Stud Height

= 2400 mm

Selected Wall stud

= 70 35 mm

4.3

INTERNAL LOAD BEARING WALLS

AS1684.2 -

Table 13 MGP 10

Steel Sheet Roof


Rafter Truss Spacing

= 600

mm

Stud Spacing

= 450

mm

Stud height

= 2400

mm

Roof Load Width

= 7500

mm

Selected Internal Load Bearing Size

= 70 35 mm

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5.0

DESIGN OF RL4 SECTION

1. Finding batten span and rafter spacing of the RL4 area

Wind Classification

N1

Approximated Batten Span

600 mm

Batten span

Rafter Spacing

Therefore the rafter spacing

600 mm

2. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

= 1800 mm

3. Determine the Roof Load Width at the selected area

The following equation applies to

RLW =

From the roof framing drawing


X = 5200mm, a = 500 mm
Therefore total RLW = 5700mm

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4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 17, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

6000

mm

Truss Spacing

600

mm

Maximum lintel span =

1800

mm

Standard Lintel size: =

2 / 120 45 mm

However we will chose one depth greater than the standard size for wind classification N1
requirement

Selected Lintel size =

2 / 140 45 mm

5.1

DESIGN FOR DS- DOUBLEE STUD OF RL4

5.2

JAMB STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 11 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Current RLW

= 6000 mm

Stud height selected

= 2400 mm

Maximum Width of opening = 1800 mm

Selected Jamb size

= 2 / 70 35 mm

This indicates that there IS 1 full length studs with one secondary jamb stud.
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5.3

COMMON STUDS

From AS1684.2

Table 8 MGP 10

Sheet Steel Roofing


Stud Spacing of 450 mm
Rafter Spacing

= 600 mm

Max RLW

= 7500 mm

Stud Height

= 2400 mm

Selected Wall stud

= 70 35 mm

6.0

DESIGN OF RB1 & RB2

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B. FIRST FLOOR FRAMING

MEMBER MARK

SIZE AND TIMBER


GRADE

REMARKS

FJ1 A
FJ1 B
FJ1 C
FJ1 D

90 45 MGP 10
120 35 MGP 10
170 35 MGP 10
140 45 MGP 10

FLOOR JOIST 1
FLOOR JOIST 1
FLOOR JOIST 1
FLOOR JOIST 1

FJ2

90 45 MGP 10

FLOOR JOIST 2

1B1

2/ 290 45 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 1

1B2

2/ 120 35 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 2

1B3

2/170 35 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 3

1B4

2/ 120 35 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 4

1B5

2/290 35 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 5

SB1

2/ 170 35 MGP 10

STAIRCASE FLOOR BEARER 1

SB2

2/ 120 35 MGP 10

STAIRCASE FLOOR BEARER 2

1B6

2/ 170 45 MGP 10

FLOOR BEARER 6

2/ 240 35 MGP 10

BALCONY FLOOR BEARER

1B7
BB1
RB1

DESIGN IN STEEL

RB2

DESIGN IN STEEL

RB3

DESIGN IN STEEL

RB4

DESIGN IN STEEL

RB5
1L1

2 / 290 45 F17

DESIGN IN STEEL
FIRST FLOOR LINTEL 1

1L2

2 / 140 45 MGP 10

FLOOR LINTEL 2

GL1

No value in Span table

GARAGE DOOR

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1.0

DESIGNING FJ1

From AS1684.2 - Table 6 MGP 10


AREA
A
B
C
D

SPAN OF
FJ1/mm
900
1500
2800
2500

JOIST
SPACING / mm
450
450
450
450

ROOF LOAD
WIDTH /mm
0
0
0
0

SEELECTED
SIZE /mm
90 45 MGP 10
120 35 MGP 10
170 35 MGP 10
140 45 MGP 10

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FLOOR BEARER SPAN AREA A

FJ1 Span

= 1000 mm

SB1 Span

= 2800 mm

FLW at SB1 = 500 mm

2.0
SB1
From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 500 mm

SB1 Span

= 2800 mm

Selected Span

= 2900 mm

Final Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 170 35 mm

Point Load (P) from SB1

Force supported area (A)

F 500 1400

Equivalent UDL on SB2


We

= 2P/ L
=

Equivalent FLW of SB2

=
= 777.8 mm

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3.0

SB2

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 777.8 mm

SB2 Span

= 1900 mm

Chosen Floor Bearer Size

= 2/ 120 35 mm

Reaction (R) on 1B5:

P FA
R

Pa
ab

F A 800
1800

Equivalent UDL,

We

We

= 500 1400

1.3 F A 800
1800 2800

Equivalent FLWe

Equivalent FLWe = We/ F

Therefore,
FLWe (SB2)

1.3 F 500 1400 800


F 1800 2800

= 144.4 mm
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FLWe (FJ1- C)

= 2800/2
= 1600

FLWe (FJ1- D)

mm

= 2500 /2
= 1250

mm

Total FLW = 2999.6 mm

4.0

1B5

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 3600

mm

1B5 Span

= 2800

mm

Selected Floor Bearer Size (1B5)

2/290 35

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FLOOR BEARER SPAN AREA B

FJ1 Span

= 1500

mm

1B5 Span

= 2600

mm

FLW at 1B5

= 750

mm

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 750 mm

1B5 Span

= 2600 mm

Selected Span

= 3100 mm

Assumed Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 170 35 mm

Point Load (P) from 1B5

Force supported area (A)

F 750 1300

Equivalent UDL on 1B4


We

= 2P/ L
=

Equivalent FLW of 1B4

=
= 722.2 mm

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From AS1684.25.0

Table 5 MGP 10

1B4

FLW

= 722.2

mm

1B4 Span

= 1800

mm

Chosen Floor Bearer Size = 2/ 120 35 mm

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FLOOR BEARER SPAN AREA C

FJ1 Span

= 2800mm

1B5 Span

= 2800 mm

FLW at 1B5

=1400 mm

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 3600 mm

1B5 Span

= 2800 mm

Selected Span

= 2900 mm

Final Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 290 35 mm

Point Load (P) from 1B5

Force supported area (A)

F 1400 1400

5000 mm

Span of 1B1

Equivalent UDL on 1B1


We

= 1.3P/ L
=

Equivalent FLW of 1B1

=
= 592.6

mm

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From AS1684.26.0

Table 5 MGP 10

1B1

FLW

= 592.6

mm

1B1 Span

= 5000

mm

Chosen Floor Bearer Size

= 2/ 290 45

mm

Reaction (R) on 1B3:

P FA
R

Pa
ab

F A 1800
5000

Equivalent UDL,

We

We = 2

2 F A 1800
5000 2900

Equivalent FLWe

A = 1400 1400

Therefore,
FLWe (1B3)

2 F 1400 1400 1800


F 5000 2900

= 486.7

mm

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7.0

1B3

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

Total FLW

= 486.7 mm

Chosen FLW

= 1200

mm

1B3 Span

= 2900

mm

Max single span

= 3100

mm

Selected Floor Bearer Size (1B3)

2/170 35 mm

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FLOOR BEARER SPAN AREA E


FJ1 Span

= 2500

mm

1B6 Span

= 2600

mm

FLW at 1B5

= 1250

mm

8.0

1B6

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 1250 mm

Chosen FLW

= 1800 mm

1B6 Span

= 2600 mm

Selected Span

= 2900 mm

Assumed Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 170 45 mm

DESIGNING 1B2
FJ1 Span

= 2500

mm

1B2 Span

= 1800

mm

FLW at 1B2

= 1250

mm

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From AS1684.29.0

Table 5 MGP 10

1B2

FLW

= 1250 mm

Chosen FLW

= 1800

mm

1B2 Span

= 1800

mm

Selected Span

= 1900

mm

Assumed Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 120 35 mm

DESIGN FOR BB1

FJ2 Span

= 1200

mm

1B2 Span

= 4000

mm

FLW at 1B2

= 600

mm

From AS1684.2-

Table 5 MGP 10

FLW

= 600

mm

Chosen FLW

= 1200

mm

1B2 Span

= 4000

mm

Selected Span

= 4200

mm

Assumed Floor Bearer Size =

2/ 240 35 mm

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10.0

1L1

Wind Classification

N1

1. Roof Area Supported

R. A

2. RLW

4. 1 4. 1
2

8.405 m2

4100

4100 mm

3. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

= 3400 mm

4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 20, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

4500

mm

Maximum lintel span =

3400

mm

Selected Lintel size =

2 / 290 45 mm

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11.0

1L2

Wind Classification

N1

1. Finding batten span and rafter spacing of the 1L2

Wind Classification

N1

Batten spacing

600 mm

Approximated Batten Span

600 mm

Batten span

Rafter Spacing

Therefore the rafter spacing

600 mm

2. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

2300 mm

3. Using AS 1684.2 Table 17, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

4500

mm

Truss Spacing

600

mm

Maximum lintel span =

2300

mm

Standard Lintel size: =

2 / 140 45

mm

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12.0

GL1

Wind Classification

N1

1. Roof Area Supported

R. A

2. RLW

4. 1 4. 1
2

8.405 m2

4100

4100 mm

3. Size of window ( Lintel Span)

= 4800 mm

4. Using AS 1684.2 Table 20, Stress grade MGP 10

Roof load width

4500

mm

Maximum lintel span =

4800

mm

Selected Lintel size =

No value in span table

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C.

RAKING FORCES DETERMINATION

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