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foracapacityof115m

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Analysis and design of reinforced concrete reservoir

for a capacity of 115 m

3

DESIGNOFASUPPORTEDFORRESERVOIRCAPACITY115m

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1. General

Information.

1.1. Geometry.

Type: a reservoir for storing water for human consumption shall be deemed,

under section 2.1.1 ACI 350.3-01 circular tank

is classified as reinforced concrete slab with

free wall-no-Flexible 2.2 (1).

Volume : Storage equal to 115 cubic meters.

3.00 m.

Depth buried (He) equal to 1.00

meters.

m.

Arrow design for the dome (Fc) equal to

0.70 meters.

Thickness of walls : tw = 0.20 meters.

Thickness of Foundation : Hz = 0.25 meters.

Analysis and design of reinforced concrete reservoir

for a capacity of 115 m

3

1.2. Materials.

Strength of Concrete : f'c = 210 Kg / cm

2

at 28 days.

15100 f

'

c= 218819.79 Kg / cm

2

.

steel fy : 4200 Kg / cm

2

.

350M-01) And Commentary (ACI 350RM-01), ACI Committee 350 Reported By.

Seismic Design of Liquid-Containing Concrete Structures (ACI 350.3-01)

and Commentary (350.3R-01), Reported by ACI Committee 350.

Design Considerations for Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures

(ACI 350.4R-04), Reported by ACI Committee 350.

Concrete Structures for Containment of Hazardous Materials (ACI 350.2R-

04), Reported by ACI Committee 350.

Tightness Testing of Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures (ACI

350.1-01) and Commentary (350.1R-01), Reported by ACI Committee 350.

Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures (ACI 350.R-89), Reported

by ACI Committee 350.

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318M-08) and

Commentary, ACI Committee 318 Reported by.

Technical Standard for Buildings "Earthquake-resistant Design" E-030.

program.

M uro weight (W w) + Domeweight (W r) 5466.34kg

M uro weight (W w) 4330.55kg

Dome wei ght (W r) 1135.79kg

Interiordiameter(D) 7.00m

Effecti ve Li qui d hei ght (Hl ) 3.00m

Effecti ve l oop coeffi ci ent M () (for Dead Wei ght) 0.66

EffectiveloopM(We)(byDeadWeight) 3985.34kg

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(Wi) and convective component (Wc) as ACI 350.3-01 Section 9.3.1:

MTotalLiquidhandleacenadoAlm(Wl) 115000.00kg

D/Hl 2.33

Wi/Wl 0.48

Wc/Wl 0.49

Equi val ent Wei ght rapporteur Com I m pul si va W i 54946.11kg

Equi val ent Wei ght rapporteur Com Convecti ve W c 56665.44kg

and the liquid stored impulsive component as ACI 350.3-01 section 9.3.4

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Hl /D 0.43

Coef. For det. Frequency Fund. Tankl i qui d (Cw) 0.156

Murothickness(tw) 0.20m

Innerrimradius R 3.50m

Coef. For det. Frequency Fund. Tankl i qui d (Cl ) 0.373

ResistancetopressureComConcrete(f'c) 210.00kg/cm

Moduleofelasticityofconcrete(Ec) 21458.90MPa

Concretedensity(c) 2.40kN.S2/m

Freq. Ci rc. The m ode vibration compul si ve i m (wi ) 371.92rad/

Fund period. Rocki ng Tank + Com p. Im compulsive (Ti) 0.0169s

ACI 350.3-01 Section 9.3.4:

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10,426

Freq. ci rcular vi brati on pri m er m convecti ve peri od (wc) 3.94rad/s

N atural peri od of pri m er m convecti ve peri od (Tc) 1.59s

Parameters for Calculating Seismic Force as ACI 350.3-01 NTE section 4.2

and E-030:

The area factor corresponding to the Seismic Zone ACI 350.3 is similar to

the values specified in the NTE E-030 Section 2.1. Being in the high hazard

area shall be taken as Zone 3 with an acceleration of 0.30 g (NTE as E-

030), which is equivalent to Zone 4 ACI 350.3-01.

As for the parameter value of the soil, according to NTE 030 E-Type S3

corresponds to a value of 1.4, this time also the value is very similar to

that proposed by ACI 350.3-01.

The NTE E-030, ranks as reservoirs Essential Building (A) that corresponds

to the factor 1.5. NTE is seen that the E-030 does not have categories for

major reservoirs such as ACI 350.3-01, which categorizaramos this model in

the second type corresponding to reservoirs intended to remain in use for

emergency purposes in seismic events. For this model we use the highest

value of 1.5.

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used the NTE E-030 would have a value of 6, as in the previous parameter,

we see that the ACI 350.3-01 delivery values for different types of

reservoirs, and more NTE restrictive than the E-030. AL factors needed for

impulsive and convective components will use the values Rwi Rwc = 2.75 and

= 1.00 (type b).

Analysis and design of reinforced concrete reservoir

for a capacity of 115 m

3

section 4.2:

Coeff i ci ent represent i ng t he char acteri sti cs of t he soi l ( S) 1.40

Spectral ampl i fi cati on factor Am for m ov. Hori zontal Ci 1.96

Spectral ampl i fi cati on factor Am for m ov. Hori zontal Cc 1.37

ACI 350.3-01 Section 7.1:

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I m i mportance factor (I ) 1.50

Margin Shift M axim umentV erticalliquid content(dm ax) 4.04m

convective components as ACI 350.3-01 Section 9.3.2:

hi / Hl 0.375

Hei ght at center of G ravedad of Com p. I m pul si va (hi ) 1.13m

hc / Hl 0.58

Hei ght at center of G ravedad of Com p. Convecti ve (hc) 1.75m

4.1.1:

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Factorzone (Z) 0.40

Imimportance factor(I) 1.50

Coeffi ci ent representi ng the characteri sti cs of the soi l (S) 1.40

Coef. From MENDMENT I m pul si vas Response Forces (Rwi ) 2.75

Coef. From MENDMENT Convecti ve Response Forces (Rwc) 1.00

Effecti ve Wei ght Tank M uro (.W w) 2849.55kg

Dome Tankwei ght (W r) 1135.79kg

Equi val ent Wei ght rapporteur Com Im pul si va W i 54946.11kg

Equi val ent Wei ght rapporteur Com Convecti ve W c 56665.44kg

Spectralampli fi cationfactor Am formov.Horizontal Ci 1.96

Spectralampli fi cationfactor Am formov.Horizontal Cc 1.37

Inertial ForceLateral Accelerationof Muro(Pw) 1709.73

Lateral AccelerationInertialForce Dome(Pr) 681.47

Lateral Forcepul sivaIm(Pi) 32967.67kg

Convecti ve LateralForce (Pc) 65390.96kg

Imimportancefactor(I) 1.50

Coeffi ci ent representi ng the characteri sti cs of the soi l (S) 1.40

Coef. From MENDMENT I m pul si vas Response Forces (Rwi ) 2.75

Coef. From MENDMENT Convecti ve Response Forces ( Rwc) 1.00

Spectralampli fi cationfactor Am formov. Horizontal Ci 1.96

Spectralampli fi cationfactor Am formov. Horizontal Cc 1.37

The Design Spectrum for assessing inertial forces produced by the wall +

dome + impulsive component, will be as follows.

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on Fluid Containers", Technical Information (TID) Document 7024, Chapter 6,

and Appendix F, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1963. This model gives good

approximation take compared to more sophisticated models such as that

presented Graham and Rodriguez (1952).

A three dimensional model is built and a hub are assigned to map the

impulsive component weight (W = 54.95 Tn) to a hi (1.13 m) tall. Knots hi

level were modeled to have the same displacement and Wi simulate the mass

moving with the tank walls. The first mode of vibration obtained was

0.1955s, 0.0169s compared to that obtained in the calculation of Ti.

The convective component was modeled with Wc = 56.67 tons weight, a

height hc (1.75 m). This weight will be attached to the walls of tank

to interact with the walls of the tank. The first vibration mode which is

obtained without considering the contribution of the tank walls, was 1.29s

1.59s compared to that obtained in the Tc calculation.

Pseudo force. The weight for the calculation of the mass of soil is

considered acting for a length equal to the diameter divided by the

reservoir area of each tributary of the wall section. Will be modeled to a

height of 0.3 H of the base of the wall.

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According Monobe-Okabe:

Densi ty of Soi l () 1100.00kg/m

Depth of the reservoi r i s buri ed (hz) 1.00m

Muroinclination() 0.00

Soi l Fri cti on Angl e () 17.00

Fri cti on angl e between M uro and Soi l () 12.75

Incl i ne Soi l Sl ope () 0.00

tomax 0.20g

11.31

Kae 0.73

Wei ght per m handl e soi l 2804.49kg

Wei ght interacting ZI SCi / Rwi (Pb) 1682.69kg

2.4. Uploads Dead Weight, Live Loads, Pressure Water and Soil Active Push.

The loads by weight own be the that provide the walls the

reservoir and the roof.

As overhead design for minimum of 50 kg/m2 on the dome of the reservoir

will be assigned.

Water pressure is modeled using all the contour of the walls of the

reservoir as the thrust forces from

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active soil. Ture in both until they are, 3.00 m for water and 1.00 m to

the ground.

Calculation of Total Shear and Moment in the Base, as ACI 350.3-01 Section

4.1.2 and 4.1.3:

The base shear is equal to the sum of the inertial forces of the reservoir,

plus the forces promoting convective impulsive components, plus the force

produced by the mass of soil; the combination of these forces will be in

the discretion of the square root of the sum of squares.

A L I S A N I S A T E S T I CO

Total i n base shear (V) 75153.54kg

Hei ght to center of M uro ravedad G (hw) 2.00m

Hei ght to center of the Dome ravedad G (hr) 4.31m

Hei ght at center of G ravedad of Com p. Im pul si va (hi ) 1.13m

Hei ght at center of G ravedad of Com p. Convecti ve (hc) 1.75m

Hei ght at the l ocati on of the thrust force em soi l (hz / 3) 0.33m

MomentbyMuroacceleration(Pw) 3419.46kgm

MomentbyacceleratingtheDome(Pr) 2933.81kgm

MomentbyLateralForcepulsivaIm(Pi) 37088.63kgm

MomentbyLateralForceConvective(Pc) 114377.44kgm

MomentbyLateralForceGroundloopM(Pb) 560.90kgm

TotalMomentatthebase(Mb) 122549.76kgm

A L I S I S A N DI N M I CO

Total shear at the base to 80% of Stati c Anal ysi s 60122.83kg

Total shear at the base to Dynami c Anal ysi s i co (V) 77938.30kg

Factor to scal e the desi gn spectrum 9.81

De s p z t o m e n t M a x i m o r

Rightshifttowardentanalysis 0.0083cm

Hei ght at whi ch the poi nt i s l ocated 4.00m

Drift 0.0000571

Driftmaximum 0.007

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3.1. Majorization Load Factors and Strength Reduction. According to ACI 350M-01

and ACI 318M-08.

In both codes are working with the recently published ACI 318M-

majorization:

U = 1.4 (D + F)

= 1.2 D + 1.6 L + Lr

U = 1.2 D + E + L

U = 0.9 D + E

D = Dead Weight uploads, Dead Loads. L =

Loads Vivas.

Lr = Roof Loads.

Controlled Voltage = 0.9

Controlled, other types of reinforcement = 0.65

Shear and Torsion = 0.75

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Shells and Folded Plates ACI 318M-08: the considerations listed in Chapter

19 shall take.

According to section 9.2.11, the design strength will be equal to 0.40 f'c.

0.0018. The reinforcement is provided to resist tensile stresses. Design

efforts for the action associated with membrane (normal and shear forces)

and the effort associated with the flexural (bending moments, torsion and

shear) should be verified.

The reinforcement is provided in two directions and in a single

layer. They first analyze the section of the dome of 0.10 m.

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C d e s i g n t h e p u ' s o d e , e s p e s o r = 1 0 c m

Yi el di ng steel (fy) 4200.00kg/cm2

ResistancetopressureComConcrete(f'c) 210.00kg/cm2

Moduleofelasticityofconcrete(Ec) 218819.79kg/cm2

ThicknessoftheDome 0.10m

ThicknesspromedioDome,entareaensancham 0.125m

ComResistanceDesignofConcretepressure(f'dc)(19.2.11) 84.00kg/cm2

M i ni m um amount to ( 7. 12) 0.0018

Dri ve Reducti on Factor () 0.90

In both directions (radial and tangential) are worked with minimum amounts.

Review before the moments and shear effects was performed.

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Radialreinforcement(MembraneActions)

EffortRadialDriveS11 5.85t/m2

Elementlengthtoassess 0.50m

Radi al Force Dri ve N DES1 165.00Kg

Steel area requi red 0.044cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 0.900cm2

Steel used area 0.900cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 1.27

Number of bars to use 2.00

Separati on 0.250m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.250m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.25m

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MomentM11(Radial) 10.00kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00013

Area of steel requi red 0.0000041cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.25m

Shear V 13 ( Radi al ) 0.79Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 1184.02Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

TangentialReinforcement(MembraneActions)

TangentialEffortDriveS22 1.21t/m2

Elementlengthtoassess 0.40m

Tangenti al Force Dri ve N DES2 0.59Kg

Steel area requi red 0.000cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 0.720cm2

Steel used area 0.720cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 1.01

Number of bars to use 1.00

Separati on 0.400m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.400m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.4m

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MomentM22(Tangential) 8.48kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00013

Area of steel requi red 0.0000051cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.4m

Shear V 23 ( Tangenti al ) 15.47Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 947.22Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

The next step will be to design the widening area of the dome section shall

be calculated to an average thickness of 12.5 cm.

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C d e s i g n t h e p u ' s o d e , e s p e s o r = 1 5 c m

Yielding steel(fy) 4200.00kg/cm2

ResistancetopressureComConcrete(f'c) 210.00kg/cm2

Moduleofelasticityofconcrete(Ec) 218819.79kg/cm2

ThicknesspromedioDome,entareaensancham 0.125m

ComResistanceDesignofConcretepressure(f'dc)(19.2.11) 84.00kg/cm2

M i ni m um amount to ( 7. 12) 0.0018

Drive ReductionFactor() 0.90

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Radialreinforcement(MembraneActions)

EffortRadialDriveS11 42.29tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.50m

Radi al Force Dri ve N des1 1479.56Kg

Steel area requi red 0.391cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 1.125cm2

Steel used area 1.125cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 1.58

Number of bars to use 2.00

Separati on 0.250m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.250m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.25m

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MomentM11(Radial) 6.39kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00008

Area of steel requi red 0.0000026cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.25m

Shear V 13 ( Radi al ) 3.34Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 1184.02Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

TangentialReinforcement(MembraneActions)

TangentialEffortDriveS22 44.82tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.90m

Tangenti al Force Dri ve N DES2 1285.20Kg

Steel area requi red 0.340cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 2,025cm2

Steel used area 2,025cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 2.85

Number of bars to use 3.00

Separati on 0.300m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.200m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.2m

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MomentM22(Tangential) 45.74kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00032

Area of steel requi red 0.0268371cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.2m

Shear V 23 ( Tangenti al ) 36.63Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 2131.24Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

listed in Chapter 21 shall be taken.

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According to Table 1613.5.2 of the Standard IBC 2006, we classify the site

in category "D", and according to Table R21.1.1 of ACI 318 Chapter 21-M-08,

must comply with section 21.9.

direction, in the tangential direction is more important to the effects

produced by the moments and shear. The design is given for both the outside

and inside.

De s i g n u r o M o d e l E x t e r i o r e s p e s o r = 2 0 c m

Yi el di ng steel (fy) 4200.00kg/cm2

ThicknessoftheMiddlepromuro 0.200m

ResistancetopressureComConcrete(f'c) 210.00kg/cm2

Moduleofelasticityofconcrete(Ec) 218819.79kg/cm2

M i ni m um amount to ( 21. 9. 2. 1) 0.0025

Dri ve Reducti on Factor () 0.90

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Radialreinforcement(horizontal)intheExterior(EquityMembrane)

EffortRadialDriveS11 79.93tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.50m

Radi al Force Dri ve N des1 3265.00Kg

Steel area requi red 0.864cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 2,500cm2

Steel used area 2,500cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 3.52

Number of bars to use 3.00

Separati on 0.167m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.150m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.15m

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MomentM11(Radial) 91.17kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00116

Area of steel requi red 0.376cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.15m

Shear V 13 ( Radi al ) 39.23Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 1872.10Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

Tangentialreinforcement(vertical)intheExterior(MembraneActions)

TangentialEffortDriveS22 128.75tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.90m

Tangenti al Force Dri ve N DES2 5581.93Kg

Steel area requi red 1,477cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 4,500cm2

Steel used area 4,500cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 6.34

Number of bars to use 7.00

Separati on 0.129m

Separati on m axi m um 0.450m

U si ng separati on 0.125m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125m

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MomentM22(Tangential) 813.74kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00610

Area of steel requi red 3.57cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125 m

Shear V 23 ( Tangenti al ) 36.63Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 3369.79Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

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Radialreinforcement(horizontal)intheInnerFace(MembraneActions)

EffortRadialDriveS11 38.61tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.50m

Radi al Force Dri ve N des1 3027.67Kg

Steel area requi red 0.801cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 2,500cm2

Steel used area 2,500cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 3.52

Number of bars to use 4.00

Separation 0.125m

Separation m aximum 0.450m

Using separation 0.125m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125m

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MomentM11(Radial) 95.40kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00121

Area of steel requi red 0.394cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125m

Shear V 13 ( Radi al ) 40.38Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 1872.10Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

Tangentialreinforcement(vertical)intheInnerFace(MembraneActions)

TangentialEffortDriveS22 129.32tons/

Elementlengthtoassess 0.90m

Tangenti al Force Drive N DES2 5533.21Kg

Steel area requi red 1,464cm2

Area of steel requi red to m i ni m um 4,500cm2

Steel used area 4,500cm2

Diameterbar 3/8

Bar area 0.710cm2

Bar Number 6.34

Number of bars to use 7.00

Separation 0.129m

Separation m aximum 0.450m

Using separation 0.125m

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125m

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MomentM22(Tangential) 813.74kgm

Cant Efecti co 0.065m

amount necessary 0.00610

Area of steel requi red 3.57cm2

Rods are placed 3/8@0.125m

Shear V 23 ( Tangenti al ) 2116.54Kg

Shear resi sti ng the proposed secti on 3369.79Kg

Noneedforshearreinforcement

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It will work with the impulsive spectrum, for the weight of the convective component

will have to scale the values as this weight needs another spectrum and would be

evaluated in a separate model (separate the impulsive component and the inertial

forces of the reservoir), but to work it in the same model we will: Rwc / Rwc = 1.65

/ 0.6 = 2.75, so the weight will be 55,678 x Wc

2.75 = 155.83 corresponding to a value for the springs of 51.78 t / m.

Spectra values vary for impulsive and convective components, but working with the

peak values.

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