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REPORT

Jorge B. Vargas Museum and

Filipiniana Research Center

Prepared by:

Giel Sabrine P. Cruz

Princess Maica A. de Grano

Dominique Pocholo P. de Lara

Aljon L. Dimalanta

As partial fulfilment of requirement under,

Engr. Ian Howell S. Tungol

Live Loads

Dead Loads

_______________________________________________________

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WIND LOADS

_____________________________________________________

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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Exposure Category: Exposure B (NSCP 207.5.6.3)

Location: Zone II (NSCP 207.5.4 Table 207-1)

Wind Directionality Factor, Kd: 0.85 (NSCP 207.5.4.4 Table 207-2)

Importance Factor, Iw: 1.15, special occupancy (NSCP 207.5.5 Table 207-3)

Velocity Pressure Coefficient, Kz:

By linear interpolation in NSCP Table 207- 4, K z= 0.785

For roof angle of 0 (NSCP Figure 207-10),

Zon

e

GCpf

1

0.4

2

-0.69

3

-0.37

4

-0.29

5

-0.45

6

-0.45

1E

0.61

2E

-1.07

3E

-0.53

4E

-0.43

207.5.12.2.2 (Low-Rise Building) which gives the following equation for design

wind pressure

p=q h [ ( GC pf ) (G C pi )]

Where

in section 207.5.6.3

GC pi =internal pressure coefficient from Figure 207-5.

Assuming that the roof angle is 0, the mean roof height of the structure is taken

to be the full height of the building which is 13.5 m.

The velocity pressure is calculated by using the following formula

q h=47.3 x 106 K z K zt K d V 2 I w

q h=47.3 x 106 ( 0.785 ) ( 1 ) ( 0.85 ) ( 2002 ) ( 1.15 ) =1.45 kPa

The width of pressure coefficient a is the smaller of 0.4h or 10% of least

horizontal dimension but not less than 0.9 m or 4% of least horizontal dimension:

a= 0.4(16.7)= 6.68 m

a= 0.1(30)=3 m (governs)

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Zone 1: p= 1.45[0.4-( 0.18 )] = 0.319 kPa or 0.841 kPa

Zone 2: p= 1.45[-0.69-( 0.18 )] = -1.2615 kPa or -0.7395 kPa

Zone 3: p= 1.45[-0.37-( 0.18 )] = -0.7975 kPa or -0.2755 kPa

Zone 4: p= 1.45[-0.29-( 0.18 )] = -0.6815 kPa or -0.1595 kPa

Zone 5: p= 1.45[-0.45-( 0.18 )] = -0.9135 kPa or -0.3915 kPa

Zone 6: p= 1.45[-0.45-( 0.18 )] = -0.9135 kPa or -0.3915 kPa

Zone 1E: p= 1.45[0.61-( 0.18 )] = 0.6235 kPa or 1.1455 kPa

Zone 2E: p= 1.45[-1.07-( 0.18 )] = -1.8125 kPa or -1.2905 kPa

Zone 3E: p= 1.45[-0.53-( 0.18 )] = -1.0295 kPa or -0.5075 kPa

Zone 4E: p= 1.45[-0.43-( 0.18 )] = -0.8845 kPa or -0.3625 kPa

Zone

Pressure

with

-0.18

with

+0.18

0.31

9

0.84

1

1.2615

0.7395

0.7975

0.2755

4

5

6

0.6815

0.1595

0.9135

0.3915

0.9135

0.3915

1E

2E

3E

4E

0.623

5

1.145

5

1.8125

1.2905

1.0295

0.5075

0.8845

0.3625

Zone 1T: p = 0.25{1.45[0.4-( 0.18 )]} = 0.07975 kPa or 0.21025 kPa

Zone 2T: p=0.25{1.45[-0.69-( 0.18 )]} = -0.31538 kPa or -0.18488 kPa

Zone 3T: p=0.25{1.45[-0.37-( 0.18 )]} = -0.19938 kPa or -0.06888 kPa

Zone 4T: p=0.25{1.45[-0.29-( 0.18 )]} = -0.17038 kPa or -0.03988 kPa

Zone

1T

2T

3T

4T

Pressure

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with -0.18

0.07975

-0.31538

-0.19938

-0.17038

with +0.18

0.21025

-0.18488

-0.06888

-0.03988

EARTHQUAKE LOADS

______________________________________________________

A. Seismic Parameters

1. Soil profile type: SC Very Dense Soil and Soft Rock (based on

Quezon City geology of Adobe bedrock)

2. Seismic source type: Source type A (West Valley Fault)

3. Seismic Source: West Valley Fault

4. Distance of structure from seismic source: < 5 km

5. Near Source Factor, Na: 1.2

6. Near Source Factor, Nv: 1.6

7. Seismic coefficient, Ca: 0.48 (=0.40Na )

8. Seismic coefficient, CV: 0.896

9. Seismic Zone Factor, Z: 0.40

10. Seismic importance factor, I: 1.0 (standard occupancy)

11. Seismic force amplification factor: 8.0 (moment-resisting frames)

B. Lateral Static Force Procedure

1. Dead Load for Each Story

2. Period and Base Shear of the Structure

Under Section 208.4.8.2, the static force procedure may be used for the

structure being designed.

The total design base shear V must be determined as defined by equation

208-4 in Section 208.5.2.1.

V=

Cv I

W

RT

The period T is computed by using either of the 2 methods discussed in

Section 208.5.2.2.

Using Method A, where

T= ()()0.75= seconds

V=

0.32 ( 1.6 )( 1 )

(2842.39 )=491.66 kN

8 ( 0.37 )

V=

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2.5 Ca I

2.5 ( 0.32 x 1.2 ) (1 )

W=

( 2842.39 )=341.09 kN

R

8

Next, the base shear should not be less than the following:

V=

0.8 Z N v I

0.8 ( 0.4 ) ( 1.6 ) ( 1 )

W=

( 2842.39 )=181.91 kN

R

8

3. Vertical Distribution of Force

According to equation 208-15 of Section 208.5.5, the vertical distribution of the

base shear along the structure height is expressed as

F x=

(V F t ) w x h x

n

w i hi

i=1

Level

1

2

roof

Wi

(kN)

1222.

35

1315.

35

304.6

9

hi (m)

3

6

7

wihi

3667.

05

7892.

1

2132.

83

Fx

(kN)

91.35

268.5

2

341.0

9

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