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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RCC T-BEAM BRIDGE BY

IRC: 112-2011 & IRC: 21-2000
A DISSERTATION
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLIMENT OF THE REQUIRMENTS

FOR
THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF
MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY
IN
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

BY

A V PRANAY KUMAR REDDY
Roll No: 12011D2002

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
JNTUH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KUKATPALLY
HYDERABAD – 500085, INDIA

No. Srilakshmi Assoc.P. Lakshmana Rao Professor in Transportation Engg. HYDERABAD is a record of bonafide work carried out by him under my guidance and supervision. Hyderabad-500 085.K.Professor in Civil Engineering Dept.M. Mr. The results embodied in this dissertation have not been submitted to any other University or Institution for the award of any Degree or Diploma. A V PRANAY KUMAR REDDY. Regd.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (AUTONOMOUS) Kukatpally. Dept. CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the dissertation work entitled “COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RCC T-BEAM BRIDGE BY IRC: 112-2011 & IRC:21-2000” being submitted by Mr. A V PRANAY KUMAR REDDY has worked on this project for a period of two semesters and in my opinion this thesis attains the standard requirements for the award of Master’s Degree. of Civil Hyderabad. of Civil Engineering. Dept. Project Guide Mrs.12011D2002 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY in STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING to the JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. JNTUH College of Engineering.. Head of the Department.JNTUH Hyderabad-500085 Head of the Department Dr.500085 . Engineering.

Hyderabad. The results embodied in this Project report have not been submitted to any other university or Institute for the award of any Degree or Diploma. No: 12011D2002 JNTUCE. PLACE : Hyderabad DATE : . the undersigned A V PRANAY KUMAR REDDY bearing Regd.No: 12011D2002 here by certify that the project entitled “COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RCC T-BEAM BRIDGE BY IRC 112 :2011 &IRC 21:2000” which is being submitted to the Jawaharlal Technological university Hyderabad. A V PRANAY KUMAR REDDY Regd. is a bonafide work carried out by me and the results embodied in this Project report have not been reproduced or copied from any source. in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Master of Technology in Structural Engineering.DECLARATION I. Kukatpally.500 085. Department of civil engineering.

No: 12011D2002 . I am also thankful to my friends for their co-operation throughout the period of my course. Associate professor of Civil Engineering Department.Srilakshmi. JNTU for her constant guidance and supervision and also for her valuable time and generous encouragement despite having a busy schedule. I am thankful to all of them who direct or indirectly helped me to complete this project.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I wish to express my sincere gratitude and indebtedness to my thesis guide P. A.PRANAY KUMAR REDDY Reg. Last but not the least.V.

. This method is applicable to bridge decks with simple as well as complex configurations with almost the same ease and confidence.pro is used for obtaining accurate results. The present work deals with grillage analogy method for the comparative study of ―RCC T –Beam bridge by IRC:21-2000 & IRC:112:2011‖. deflected / mode shape. The dispersed bending and torsional stiffness in every region of the slab are assumed for purpose of analysis to be concentrated in the nearest equivalent grillage beam. This is because it is easy to comprehend and use. In the present work STAAD. pioneered for computer use by Lightfoot and Sawko represents the deck by an equivalent grillage of beams. STAAD. relatively inexpensive. and has been proved to be reliably accurate for a wide variety of bridge types.pro is equipped with state-of-art result verification capabilities that include display and plotting of structure geometry. This method. The slab's longitudinal stiffnesses are concentrated in the longitudinal beams while the transverse stiffnesses are concentrated in the transverse beams. bending moment / shear force diagrams etc.ABSTRACT Grillage analysis is probably the most popular computer — aided method for analyzing bridge decks.

4 Plan Geometry or Plan Forms 1.2 Components of bridge 1.5 Support configurations 1.3 Structural forms of bridge decks 1.1 Definition 1.1 Forms of construction (a) Solid slab deck (b) Voided slab deck (c) Pseudo slab deck 1.3.1 Introduction .CONTENTS Certificate Declaration Acknowledgement Abstract Contents Tables figures notations CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION General 1.2 Slab on Girder bridge 1.3.3.3 Box Girder bridge 1.6 Objectives of study CHAPTER-2 LITERATURE REVIEW CHAPTER-3 :BRIDGE LOADING 3.

3 Grillage Idealisation for slab on guide bridge 4.4 Live load 3.1 Bridge data 5.7 Transfer of loads to the nodes 4.6 Footway.3.3 section properties 5.5 Evaluation and applications of loads 4.2 Idealisation of Physical deck into equivalent Grillage 4. railing parapet and crash barriers CHAPTER-4 :METHOD OF GRILLAGE ANALYSIS 4.3 Dead load 3.4 Evaluation of equivalent elastic properties 4.6 Identification of panels in the Grillage 4.5 Impact load 3.8 Grillage Analysis and force responses. 4.1 Introduction 4.10 Interpretation of results CHAPTER -5 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 5.2. kerb.9 Design envelope 4.1 General guidelines for grillage layout 4.2 Loading requirements 3.4 output CHAPTER-6 CONCLUSSIONS REFERENCES APPENDIX .2 loading data 5.