A Report on

Structural Analysis and Design of
Shree Pating L S School Block
At

Ichok-8, Sindhupalchwok

Designed By:
Entraspace Technical Consultant
Anamnagar, Kathmandu
Date: December, 2015

GENERAL INFORMATION AND DESIGN SUMMERY REQUIRED FOR FORM
FILLING FOR MUNICIPAL APPROVAL
1. Type of the building

School

2. Total plinth area of the building

1820.00 Sqft.

3. Total number of storey

2

4. Total height of the building (considered during analysis): Hi

6.0 m

5. Typical storey Height

3.0 m

6. Least lateral Base dimension of the building
(Considered for time period calculation)

:d

8.81 m (in X-direction)

7. Height to Least Lateral base dimension: H/d

0.68

8. Type of the soil considered

Type III

9. Bearing capacity of the soil adopted

110 KN/m2

10. Analysis software used for building design

SAP2000 (version 17)

11. Code used for seismic analysis

NBC 105:1994

12. Total number of load combination considered

9

13. Total no of mode considered

12

14. Total seismic Weight of the building used: WI

2801.54 KN

15. Fundamental translational period: T=0.06*H (3/4)

0.23 sec

16. Basic seismic coefficient for translational period: C

0.08

17. Seismic zoning Factor: Z

1.0

18. Importance factor: I

1.5 (for School)

19. Structural performance Factor: K

1 (for SMRF structures)

20. Design horizontal seismic coefficient: Cd=CZIK

0.12

21. Design horizontal Base shear: Vh

336.185 KN

22. Eccentricity due to mass and stiffness considered

0.05

22. Concrete grade used

M20

23. Rebar grade used

HSYD 415

24. Size of the column used

300X300

25. Size of the beam used

230X350

26. Thickness of the Slab

125mm

27. Maximum inter-storey drift

0.0018 m

Table of Contents
1. Background ................................................................................................................................. 1
2. Description of the Building ......................................................................................................... 2
General features: ......................................................................................................................... 2
Architectural features: ................................................................................................................. 2
Structural features: ...................................................................................................................... 3
Salient Features: .......................................................................................................................... 3
3. Material ....................................................................................................................................... 3
4. Modeling ..................................................................................................................................... 4
5. Dead Loads ................................................................................................................................. 4
6. Live loads ................................................................................................................................... 5
7. Seismic Load calculation As per NBC 105:1994 ...................................................................... 5
7.1 Design Base Shear ................................................................................................................. 6
8. Load Cases ................................................................................................................................. 7
9. Load Combination ..................................................................................................................... 7
10. Analysis and Design ................................................................................................................ 8
a. Analysis ................................................................................................................................... 8
b. Design...................................................................................................................................... 8
11. Results ....................................................................................................................................... 9
12. Concluding Remarks ................................................................................................................. 9
13. References .............................................................................................................................. 10
14. General Requirements:............................................................................................................ 11

1. Background
The owner of the school building is Shree Pating Lower Secondary School. The school building
is located at Ichok-8, Sindhupalchwok. Floor area of the proposed building is 1820.00 sqft. This
is the two storey frame structure building. Isolated footing are provided in foundations. Footing
ties are provide in both axis. This project comprise planning architectural design, structural
design, electrical and sanitary design components.
The basic aim of the structural design is to build a structure, which is safe, fulfilling the intended
purpose during its estimated life, economical in terms of initial construction and maintenance
cost, durable and also maintaining a good aesthetic appearance. The construction of any building
consists of three phases; a) design, b) drawing with proper detailing and c) construction as per
drawing and detailing. The design of structure consists of two parts. i) analysis and ii) design. At
first the preliminary size of various members for specific structure are fixed and the analysis is
carried out. With the result obtained from analysis, necessary design are carried out.
After the completion of the design, drawings are prepared with all necessary details. The
presentation of the design calculation and drawings should be clear. After the completion of the
office works which include design and drawings, the construction of the building is carried out.
The effort with which the design has been carried out becomes worthwhile only if the design is
translated to a corresponding high quality structure.
Nepal is seismically active zone. It is located in the boundary of the two colliding tectonic plates
– the Indian plates and the Tibetan plates. Records of the earthquake are available since 1255
AD. Those records reveal that Nepal is hit by 19 major earthquakes, the 1833, 1934 and 2015
earthquakes were the most destructive ones.
An earthquake is vibration of earth produced by the rapid release of accumulated energy in
elastically strained rocks. Energy released radiates in all directions from its source, the focus.
Energy propagates in the form of seismic waves. The cause of vibration may be volcanic
eruption, tectonic activity, landslides, rock falls or even men made explosions. Tectonic activity
is the major source of the earthquake for our country. Although they last for few seconds only,
they may be the most destructive ones.
Earthquakes have varied effects, including changes in geologic features, damage to structures
and impact on human life.
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However, it would be economically infeasible to design the building so as to ensure that they
remain elastic and damage free because the occurrence of maximum earthquakes low say one in
75 years. Thus it is reliable to design of ductile structure and not to design damage free structure
but non-collapsible structure for minimum destruction in lives and properties. The design should
ensure the structure against stability, strength and serviceability levels of seismic safety.
Thus the seismic design of the building is done and the brief detailing report has been prepared.
All the design data are considered in the detail architectural and structural drawings.

2. Description of the Building
General features:
Project:

Seismic resistant design of school building

Location:

Ichok-8, Sindhupalchwok

Plinth Area:

1820.00 sq.ft

Architectural features:
Type of Building:

School building

Number of Floors:

2

Height of Storey:

3m

Total Height of the Building:

6m

Least lateral base dimension

8.81 m

Height to least lateral base dimension 0.68
External walls

7” HCB

Some internal walls

7” HCB

Plaster thickness

12mm

Wall and Partition:

HCB Wall

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20 Poisson’s Ratio for rebar 0.3 3|Page .55 tones/m3 Young’s Modulus of Elasticity 5000 √fck Poisson’s Ratio for concrete 0.Structural features: Structural System: RCC Frame Structure Foundation Type: Isolated sloped footing and Strap Foundation Columns: Rectangular (12”x12”) Beams: Rectangular (9”x14”) Slab: Two-way slab Thickness of the slab 125mm Salient Features: Soil Type: Subsoil type III Seismic Zone: V (as per IS 1893:2002. Material Reinforced Concrete for column grade M20 Reinforced concrete for beam grade M20 Reinforced concrete for slab grade M20 Reinforcement bars grade Fe415 Unit weight of concrete 25 KN/m3 Unit mass 2. part-1) Allowable bearing capacity: 110 KN/m2 3.

main components to be modeled are: Beams.00 KN/m3 Brick masonry 19 KN/m3 Floor Finishing 1 KN/m2 . Columns & Slabs.The weight of building materials are taken as per IS 875(Part 1)-1987). For the purpose of analysis. . Modeling Since this is normal moment resisting frame structure. parapet walls. beams. columns. and staircase. following material properties are assumed for concrete: Grade of Concrete M20 Grade of Steel Fe415 Unit weight 25 KN/m3 Unit mass 2.55 tones/m3 Typical Grid plan 5.4. walls. Dead Loads Dead loads are assumed to be produced by slab. Specific weight of materials [Ref: IS: 875(Part 1)-1987)] 4|Page Materials Unit weight(γ) Reinforced Concrete 25.

00 KN/m2 Stairs 3. c.00 KN/m2 Balcony 3. Seismic Load calculation As per NBC 105:1994 a. Class of the Structure The building is classified as a school building.Cement Sand Plaster 0. b. Importance Factor On the lines described in NBC code. Soil Profile Type The site is classified as sub soil category of Type III. an importance factor of 1.5 KN/m2 Roof (non accessible) 0.00 KN/m2 Roof (accessible) 1. d.0 KN/m2 Corridors 3. 5|Page .5 KN/m2 Floor finishing (Marble) 26. Live loads Room 3.00 KN/m3 6. Zoning Factor Seismic Zoning Factor is chosen as per NBC code.5 has been chosen for this building.75 KN/m2 7.

6|Page .5 for school building K= Structural Performance Factor =1 for SMRF. hence the manual calculation of seismic load and the seismic forces have not been shown. C= Basic Seismic coefficient for Fundamental Translational period (T) T = 0.0 KN/m2 and 50% for live load intensity above 3.4. The seismic forces are applied to the model of building in SAP 2000 automatically for the purpose of seismic analysis. The seismic weight of the building and the distribution of the base shear to the horizontal diaphragm are generated from the analysis in sap2000.7.3.  the live load on roof need not be considered for calculating the seismic weight of the building.5. IS: 1893 (part1)-2002]. For moment resisting frame with brick infill panel h= total height of the structures considered in analysis W i= Seismic Weight of Building. IS: 1893 (part 1)-2002] Where. [7. [7.3.0 KN/m2.[Table 8. that includes total Dead load plus appropriate amount of live load.1 Design Base Shear Design Base Shear VB = Cd*Wi [7.06 h(3/4) . Cd = Design horizontal seismic coefficient =C*Z*I*K Z= Seismic Zoning Factor = 1 for this Town I= Importance Factor =1. IS: 1893 (part1)-2002].  Percentage of live load to be taken for calculating seismic weight =25% for live load intensity upto and including 3.2 IS: 1893 (part1)-2002].

COMB6 0. Earthquake load in +ve Y-direction (EQPY) 6. 1.3LL+1. Live load (LL) 3.3LL+1.9DL+1. Load Combination Following load combinations have been adopted as per NBC a.5(DL+LL) b.9DL+1.25EQPY i.25EQNY Where. Earthquake load in –ve X-direction (EQNX) 5.8.25EQNY f.30LL+1. Dead Load (DL) 2.25EQPY e. COMB2 DL+1.direction) 7|Page . COMB9 0. COMB5 DL+1. COMB1 1.25EQNX h.25EQNX d.3LL+1. Earthquake load in –ve Y-direction (EQNY) 9.25EQPX c.25EQPX g. DL= Dead load LL= Imposed (Live load) EL= Earthquake load (Along X and Y. COMB3 DL+1. Earthquake load in +ve X-direction (EQPX) 4. COMB8 0.9DL+1.9DL+1. COMB7 0. Load Cases (Following loads have been considered in the analysis of the building as per IS 456-2000 and IS1893-2002. COMB4 DL+1.

Analysis and Design a. IS 13920 -1993 have been used for this purpose. The brick wall is considered as the filler wall only. Design The design of the members has been done as per philosophy of limit state method. A symmetric arrangement of the reinforcement has been adopted from seismic point of view that reversal stress may occur. And footing beams are provided for column at foundation for more rigidity of building and also need for the column located at boundary. The rigid end effect has also been considered in the analysis. The flange effect of the beams has been neglected. Longitudinal reinforcement in columns has been calculated based on critical load combination among the nine load combinations. 8|Page . For the design of the members IS 456:2000 and design aid SP 16 has been used extensively. Analysis A Three dimensional linear analysis has been carried out using the standard software SAP2000 V17. Square footings have been adopted from seismic point of view that reversal stress may occur. Footings have been designed for vertical loads and moments developed at the base due to dead load and live load only. The beams are modeled as rectangular beams. Spacing of the shear reinforcement has been calculated as per the ductility principle. b. Longitudinal reinforcement in beams is also based on critical load combination. The Structure is assumed to be fixed at the foundation level.10. It is calculated from the envelope of bending moment diagram. Calculation of the reinforcement for the typical members has been included in the Sample Calculation Section of this report. Center to center dimension of the structure has been considered in the analysis.0.

The depth of footing slab is governed by one way shear. Ductility and strength required to resist major earthquake can be achieved by following the recommendations made in the standard codes of practice for earthquake resistant design. actual forces experienced by the structure are reduced and reliance is placed on the ductility of the structure. A building behaves in a manner how it has been built rather than what the intensions is during designing. It has been observed that damages during earthquakes are largely dependent on the quality 9|Page . tunnels and so on.11. Poor reinforcement detailing can lead to structural failures. in addition to design. location and arrangement of reinforcement to achieve ductility as well as strength. Therefore. towers. In seismic resistant design. Results A linear elastic three dimensional analysis has been carried out. A large percentage of structural failures are attributed due to poor quality of construction. Concluding Remarks Reinforced concrete construction is common all over the world. The area of footing is governed by vertical loads and not by earthquake loads. The depth of slab is governed by the deflection requirements rather than by strength requirements. In earthquake resistant construction quality of materials and workmanship plays a very important role. And. the amount of longitudinal reinforcement in beams and columns are governed by design internal forces and not by minimum requirements. stadiums. Detailing plays an important role in seismic resistant design. Experiences from past earthquakes and extensive laboratory works have shown that a welldesigned and detailed reinforced concrete structure is suitable for earthquake resistant structure. The minimum amount of transverse reinforcement as per ductility requirements almost always govern except for few cases in beams. 12. It is seen that. ductility can be achieved by proper detailing only. Thus. water tanks. chimneys. Detailing of steel reinforcement is an important aspect of structural design. Inter storey drift is found to be within the limits. bridges. The static analysis procedure permitted by the code has been used for the seismic analysis. attention should be paid on amount. dams. Design and construction of the structure are inter-related jobs. quality assurance is needed in both design and construction. generally. It is used extensively for construction of variety of structures such as buildings. The minimum amount of transverse reinforcements as per ductility requirements always govern in case of columns.

Limit State Design. Second edition. Second edition. and Reinforced Concrete Design. Reinforced Concrete. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. S.and workmanship.U.1993 Ductile Detailing of Reinforced Concrete Structures subjected to Seismic forces Code of Practice SP: 16 – 1980 Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS: 456 – 1978 SP: 34 – 1987 Handbook on Concrete Reinforcement Detailing Jain. Reinforced Concrete Design. References IS: 456 – 2000 Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete IS: 875 (Parts 1-5) Code of practice for design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and structures (second revision) Part 1 – Dead loads Part 2 – Imposed loads NBC 105: 1994 Seismic Design of Buildings in Nepal IS: 1893 – 2002 Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures IS: 13920 . New Delhi. quality assurance is the most important factor in the good seismic behavior of the structure. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Menon. fifth edition. Company Ltd. 2003 10 | P a g e . 1999 Sinha. A.K.C. Rookie.D. Nem Chand and Bros. Hence. N. 13. 1996 Pillai.

Checks for member size: Width of the beam.1. Lap shall not be provided within the joint.1fck for a member to be designed as flexural member. (OK) (Cl 6. General Requirements: Shear Reinforcement: Shear reinforcement in columns is calculated on the basis of ductility considerations.3.IS 13920:1993). General checks for beam Check for axial force <0.1. Not more than 50 % of bars shall be spliced at one section. Hoops should be provided over the entire lap length with spacing of 150mm.14. (OK) (Cl 6.IS 13920:1993) Span/Depth ratio >4 . Lap Splices: Lap Splices are provided in columns in the mid height of the floor where stress is minimum. Hence flexural members. otherwise design as a column (Cl 6.1. (OK) (Cl 6. 11 | P a g e .1.1. within 2d distance from joint face and within a quarter length of the member where flexural yielding may generally occur the effect of earthquake forces. As per ductility principle closed stirrups are provided near the column ends. Where lap splices are provided spacing of stirrups is placed at not more than 150 mm c/c. B> 200mm. Check for anchorage length at as external joint: Anchorage length should be greater or equal to development length in tension +10ȹ-allowance for 90͘ Check for lap length The lap length should be greater or equal to development length in tension.1.1.IS 13920:1993) B/Depth of the beam >0.IS 13920:1993) For beam (axial force =0) . The closed stirrups are also continued through the joint region.1.

Annexes .

Footing plan Typical Grid Plan .

Sectional View Slab plan .

Deformations Due to earthquake load X -direction Deformations Due to earthquake load Y-direction .

Bending Moment Diagram Shear Force Diagram .

Rebar Sectional area Rebar Sectional area .

468 196.49 -7.028 -12.64 7.49 -7.327E-14 -11.7625 -0.4744 M3 KN-m -1.4307 -1.937 F3 KN 196.2367 26.5(DL+LL) 10 1.8741 -9.244 312.5(DL+LL) 9 1.742 317.1763 9.1763 2.08E-15 -1.6444 -9.649 196.7 -13.08E-15 -1.942 12.5(DL+LL) 13 1.646 0.5135 9.08E-15 -1.942 -1.7 -20.937 -1.237 39.174 -12.129 -5.5(DL+LL) CaseType Text Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination Combination F1 F2 KN KN 7.8741 M2 KN-m -9.649 310.5(DL+LL) 15 1.892 1.5135 1.188 317.129 -7.159 -8.6444 -13.244 320.254 -4.5(DL+LL) 5 1.08E-15 -1.08E-15 -1.5902 -19.039E-14 1.08E-15 -1.56 -0.08E-15 -1.153 -20.5(DL+LL) 3 1.08E-15 -1.001679 -1.08E-15 -1.5(DL+LL) 14 1.001679 8.08E-15 -1.TABLE: Joint Reactions Joint OutputCase Text Text 1 1.468 309.08E-15 -1.2367 37.079 12.08E-15 -1.028 1.452 320.08E-15 -1.742 M1 KN-m 26.5(DL+LL) 6 1.7625 4.08E-15 .4744 -1.662 312.5(DL+LL) 11 1.8914 -9.913 1.159 1.646 0.08E-15 -1.518 196.5902 -8.68E-15 11.019 1.126E-14 0.174 -12.5(DL+LL) 12 1.1784 39.5(DL+LL) 4 1.56 -0.5(DL+LL) 8 1.042E-14 0.428 484.5(DL+LL) 2 1.254 2.5(DL+LL) 7 1.662 470.64 7.005E-14 1.518 484.1784 -8.4307 -9.079 12.

52 1.00 5.1763 2E-14 1.244 320.00 5.1784 -8.00 5.742 317.4 202.00 5.8741 -9.52 1.30 0.6 134.30 1.5902 -19.00 5.00 5.30 0.8 18.36 2.7 204.7625 4.00 5.8 18.1784 39.52 1.00 5.4307 -1.30 0.43 1.30 0.4744 -1.30 0.0 206.52 1.30 0.52 1.5 palw 110 19.52 1.52 1.50 2.153 -20.468 309.7 -13.7 -20.00 5.52 1.30 0.00 5.00 5.30 0.00 5.8741 -9.8 18.649 310.742 26.8 18.43 2.52 1.45 2.30 0.30 0.52 1.254 -4.5902 -8.649 196.00 5.1E-14 0.52 1.6 100.52 1.30 0.8 18.39 3.60 3.8 OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK .2367 37.30 0.52 1.8 18.00 5.2367 26.5135 1.8914 -9.518 196.30 0.518 484.4744 0.2 Dc Req.52 1.52 1.30 0.4 128.1763 9.662 312.52 128.52 1.5135 9.00 5.30 0. A LF BF LF 2 BF s 2 (kN) (kN-M) (kN-M) (m) (m) (M ) (Ft) (Ft) (M) (M) (kN/M ) 196.8 18.30 0.00 5.39 1.00 5.188 317.6444 -13.8 18.30 0.52 1.30 0.244 312.6 133.254 2E-14 1.7 d' 75 t 250 BM/M dM (kN-M) (mm) 37 59 57 59 37 41 60 59 61 37 20 39 39 40 29 94 119 117 119 94 99 119 118 121 94 69 96 96 98 83 D Bar dia Spacing Check for (mm) (mm) cm c/c s Shear 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 18.52 1.8 18.7 127.30 0.00 5.8 142.00 5.00 5.00 5.52 1.00 5.8 18.30 0.30 0.52 1.30 0.50 2.ISOLATED FOOTING FOT GRID F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 Pu Mux Muy Bc yt Fck 20 Fy 415 Df 1.452 320.4 210.37 2.52 1.30 0.45 1.30 0.30 0.30 0.237 39.8 18.52 1.0 68.00 5.52 1.71 3.1 138.52 1.00 5.4 196.52 1.50 5.00 1.30 0.8 18.71 2.6444 -9.8 204.428 484.30 0.662 470.00 5.00 5.8 18.4307 -9.8 18.00 5.00 5.52 1.52 1.00 5.52 1.468 196.52 1.7625 -0.30 0.50 2.

000 Lt.814 Additional Moment 0.333 JOINT SHEAR DESIGN (INFORMATIVE ONLY) Joint Shear Ratio Major Shear(V2) N/A Minor Shear(V3) N/A (1.040 29.=1. C dc=58.000 fc=0. Fac.25EQY Type: Ductile Frame B=300.000 COL300 DL+1.269 Factored Mu2 55699.000 D=300.000 E=22.536 -3747.680 22279.1) BEAM/COLUMN CAPACITY RATIOS (INFORMATIVE ONLY) Major Minor Ratio Ratio N/A N/A Notes: N/A: Not Applicable N/C: Not Calculated N/N: Not Needed .415 RLLF=1. mm.536 Factored Mu3 -1801.333 0.000 Gamma(Concrete): 1.000 0.822 59.3LL+1.500 Gamma(Steel) : 1.516 25.269 Shear Vu 40.000 Element Station Loc Section ID Combo ID : : : : 91 0.269 3747.665 Shear VTop N/A N/A Shear VuTot N/A N/A Shear Vc N/A N/A Joint Area N/A N/A AXIAL FORCE & BIAXIAL MOMENT FACTORS K L Factor Length Major Bending(M3) 1.000 3048.000 3048. Mu3 Rebar Design Design Design Area Pu Mu2 Mu3 1509.150 AXIAL FORCE & BIAXIAL MOMENT DESIGN FOR Pu.516 35.040 Shear Vp 40.822 Shear Vs 29.452 187.Vu3 Major Shear(V2) Minor Shear(V3) Rebar Asv/s 0.Project Job Number Engineer SAP2000 Indian IS 456-2000 COLUMN SECTION DESIGN (Summary) L=3048.Wt.000 Minimum Moment 3747.700 Initial Moment -720. Mu2.000 Minor Bending(M2) 1.415 Units: KN.020 fys=0.361 fy=0.000 SHEAR DESIGN FOR Vu2.363 55699.403 Shear Vc 59.

68 1.68 1.79 1.565.68 1.79 1.509.00 1.79 1.79 1.68 1.607.Column Details Grid Type A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 C1 column size 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 Ast Required no 1.607.00 1.607.00 Rebar dia no 4 16 4 16 4 16 4 16 4 16 4 4 4 4 4 16 16 16 16 16 Area provided 1.00 1.79 1.00 1.68 1.479.68 1.68 A3 B3 C3 D3 E3 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 1.607.607.607.584.607.475.00 4 4 4 4 4 16 16 16 16 16 4 4 4 4 4 16 16 16 16 16 1.68 dia A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 300 X 300 1.607.79 1.68 1.68 1.457.79 .607.00 1.79 1.68 1.00 1.79 1.563.00 1.513.68 1.00 1.79 1.68 % of Steel Provided 1.00 1.607.68 1.477.607.00 4 4 4 4 4 16 16 16 16 16 4 4 4 4 4 16 16 16 16 16 1.607.607.502.79 1.414.79 1.79 1.00 1.79 1.79 1.562.460.560.607.373.607.00 1.68 1.00 1.

Tu) Rebar Shear Shear Shear Asv/s Ve Vc Vs 0.Wt.900 Design Moments.260 200.400 Element Station Loc Section ID Combo ID : : : : Type: Ductile Frame 33 D=350.290 3408.260 Factored Pu 3.150 Factored Forces and Moments Factored Factored Mu3 Tu -50684.619 Shear Reinforcement for Shear and Torsion (Vu2.207 Torsion Mt 5055. Fac.=1.000 0. C bf=230.048 Factored Vu2 41.000 Gamma(Concrete): 1.048 41.790 Positive Moment 0.239 0.000 MBEAM230X350 E=22.415 B=230.Project Job Number Engineer SAP2000 Indian IS 456-2000 BEAM SECTION DESIGN L=4724.3LL+1.000 4724.000 Negative Moment -55740.000 282.400 ds=0.619 0.000 Lt. mm.417 Longitudinal Reinforcement for Moment and Torsion (Mu3.000 (Summary) .000 Core d1 320.000 dct=25.239 208.550 42. Vu2) Rebar Torsion Shear Core Asvt/s Tu Vu b1 0.020 fys=0.500 Gamma(Steel) : 1.600 Torsion Reinforcement for Torsion and Shear (Tu.276 37.000 565.982 Shear Vp 26.197 Bottom (-2 Axis) 282.000 fc=0.790 3408.361 DL+1.324 56. Mu3 Factored Moment -50684.25EQfy=0. Tu) Required +Moment -Moment Minimum Rebar Rebar Rebar Rebar Top (+2 Axis) 565.415 Units: KN.000 dcb=25.

92 401.92 401.04 Grid C-C 230 X 350 208.08 2 2 2 1 16 16 16 12 401.92 401.00 350.92 401.00 293.00 365.08 2 2 2 1 16 16 16 12 401.58 0.00 356.92 401.08 2 2 2 16 16 16 401.00 184.00 326.50 top thr 0.50 0.50 0.92 226.28 top xtra top thr btm thr top xtra btm xtra top thr btm thr top xtra Grid B-B 230 X 350 208.16 top thr btm thr top xtra btm xtra top thr btm thr top xtra top thr btm thr top xtra btm xtra top thr btm thr top xtra btm xtra .00 344.58 0.92 401.08 7.92 401.58 0.04 0.50 0.04 Grid 3-3 230 X 350 208.28 0.50 top thr 0.92 401.08 2 2 2 1 16 16 16 12 401.00 249.50 0.08 2 2 2 16 16 16 401.50 btm thr 0.92 401.92 0.00 364.08 0.50 0.92 401.00 326.50 0.92 401.08 7.50 0.04 0.92 401.08 7.00 322.14 0.00 376.08 2 2 2 16 16 12 401.92 401.00 327.14 Grid E-E 230 X 350 208.00 242.00 215.50 0.50 0.92 113.00 309.00 286.14 0.50 Grid D-D 230 X 350 208.50 top thr btm thr top xtra Grid A-A 230 X 350 208.08 2 2 2 1 16 16 16 12 401.08 29.08 Remarks Grid 2-2 230 X 350 208.08 2 2 2 16 16 16 401.92 113.92 113.92 0.50 0.50 top xtra T Beam 230 X 300 208.92 401.92 226.00 308.92 0.92 401.92 113.50 0.50 btm thr 0.92 401.50 0.50 0.Beam Details Notation Beam size Main Beam Grid 1-1 230 X 350 Rebar dia no dia Ast Required no Area provided % of Steel Provided 208.50 0.50 0.08 2 2 2 16 16 12 401.

18 3.0011 0.010 .EQX FOR U1 AND EQY FOR U2 DIRECTION storey drift Storey floor level U1(mm) U2(mm) D1(mm) D2(mm) Height(mm) second first ground Drift ratio DR1 DR2 8.74 3000 0.0017 0.02 5.39 3.0018 Note:-In non of the above cases inter-storey deflection exceeds 60mm neither the ratio of inter-storey deflection to storey height exceeds 0.13 5.02 5.0012 0 0 5.39 3000 0.Drift calculation combination:.2 9.

0 S 0.23 2.50 8 7.79 10 10.7 M 0.267 125 3.16 1.047 9.6 Provide (f) (") 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 .0 109 Ok 0.8 M 0.15 35.06 0.724 4.6 S 0.0 M 0.0 94 Ok 0.50 8 7.17 1.98 35.26 2.45 0.267 125 3.724 4.06 D/E/2/3 4 4.06 C/D/2/3 3 4.0 S 0.20 2.68 0.79 10 10.035 7.22 2.00 Short 1.05 0.23 2.55 31.04 8.13 1.044 8.86 0.00 Span Short 1.79 10 13.107 11.64 0.0 ax ay Long B/C/2/3 At Lx 11.Slab at all floor (Design) MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB Slab Type of between grid Pannel Ly Lx (M) (M) D Fe 415 LL wu (mm) (kN/M2) (kN/M2) Ly 4 4.0 15 Ok 0.45 0.68 0.0 94 Ok 0.8 M 0.79 10 13.90 30.267 125 3.00 Short 1.98 35.0 S 0.22 2.50 8 10.04 8.79 10 13.86 36.5 104 Ok 0.044 8.20 2.0 109 Ok 0.0 99 Ok 0.267 125 3.033 6.0 pt (%) Bar spacing (C/C) Ast l/d D(req) (cm2/M) (chart) (mm) CK Ast of a bar Required (f) (") S 0.50 8 10.0 15 Ok 0.724 4.64 0.107 Long BM (kN-M) d' 15.033 6.047 9.65 0.107 Long 11.0 M 0.06 0.16 1.035 7.028 5.053 10.0 S 0.0 S 0.0 M 0.18 1.00 Tf 50.79 10 13.13 1.75 36.06 3 4.47 0.11 Long 11.5 104 Ok 0.037 7.50 8 10.0 106 Ok 0.0 M 0.90 30.79 10 13.55 31.15 35.50 8 10.37 33.06 A/B/2/3 Fck 15 Short 1.48 40.7 M 0.26 2.65 0.0 15 Ok 0.86 0.75 36.0 15 Ok 0.17 1.48 40.50 8 13.37 33.05 0.0 109 Ok 0.028 5.0 109 Ok 0.053 10.0 S 0.79 10 13.47 0.0 99 Ok 0.86 36.18 1.037 7.0 106 Ok 0.50 8 13.724 4.

65 0.0 ax ay Long B/C/1/2 At Lx 11.86 36.04 8.17 1.50 8 13.79 10 13.05 0.035 7.23 2.047 9.47 0.033 6.5 104 Ok 0.79 10 13.16 1.79 10 13.0 106 Ok 0.86 0.053 10.0 M 0.50 8 13.028 5.0 99 Ok 0.044 8.00 Span Short 1.06 C/D/1/2 3 4.0 pt (%) Bar spacing (C/C) Ast l/d D(req) (cm2/M) (chart) (mm) CK Ast of a bar Required (f) (") S 0.15 35.0 M 0.0 15 Ok 0.8 M 0.13 1.15 35.55 31.06 0.0 94 Ok 0.724 4.267 125 3.267 125 3.06 D/E/1/2 4 4.0 106 Ok 0.053 10.267 125 3.0 S 0.Slab at all floor (Design) MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB Slab Type of between grid Pannel Ly Lx (M) (M) D Fe 415 LL wu (mm) (kN/M2) (kN/M2) Ly 4 4.033 6.0 109 Ok 0.50 8 10.48 40.035 7.0 15 Ok 0.22 2.0 M 0.75 36.0 S 0.0 S 0.06 3 4.20 2.79 10 13.00 Short 1.037 7.22 2.06 0.79 10 13.05 0.044 8.16 1.7 M 0.6 S 0.0 M 0.37 33.98 35.45 0.0 94 Ok 0.17 1.68 0.55 31.90 30.45 0.06 A/B/1/2 Fck 15 Short 1.04 8.75 36.86 36.79 10 10.18 1.0 109 Ok 0.107 Long BM (kN-M) d' 15.79 10 13.0 15 Ok 0.50 8 10.48 40.107 Long 11.724 4.00 Tf 50.20 2.5 104 Ok 0.0 109 Ok 0.0 15 Ok 0.50 8 10.028 5.0 S 0.90 30.0 S 0.13 1.037 7.0 S 0.0 109 Ok 0.6 Provide (f) (") 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 10 5 8 5 .86 0.64 0.65 0.724 4.98 35.18 1.68 0.26 2.47 0.79 10 10.267 125 3.23 2.0 99 Ok 0.107 Long 11.64 0.50 8 7.00 Short 1.047 9.37 33.107 11.7 M 0.50 8 7.50 8 10.8 M 0.26 2.724 4.

000000 V23Mod MMod WMod 1. Part 4 of 4 Section Table: Area Section Properties. Part 1 of 4 AreaType Type DrillDOF Shell Shell-Thin Yes Thickness mm 125.General DesignType AutoGen Concrete No Computers and Structures.General Table: Auto Combination Option Data 01 .000 Arc Degrees Table: Area Section Properties.000000 Table: Area Section Property Design Parameters Table: Area Section Property Design Parameters Section RebarMat RebarOpt SLAB HYSD415 Default Table: Auto Combination Option Data 01 .000000 1. Page 1 of 11 .051378 F11Mod F22Mod 1.0 . Part 1 of 4 Section Material SLAB M20 MatAngle Degrees 0. Part 2 of 4 CoordSys Color TotalWt TotalMass KN KN-s2/mm Green 503.000000 Table: Area Section Properties. Part 3 of 4 M22Mod M12Mod V13Mod 1.sdb SAP2000 v17.0.000000 1.Time Dependent Section TypeSize AutoSFSize UserValSize mm SLAB Auto 1.Pating School.000000 1. Part 3 of 4 Section F12Mod M11Mod SLAB 1. Part 2 of 4 Section InComp SLAB Table: Area Section Properties.000000 Table: Area Section Properties.000000 Table: Area Section Properties.000000 1. Inc.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Area Section Properties.Time Dependent Table: Area Section Property .000000 1.000000 1.000 Table: Area Section Properties.850 0. Part 4 of 4 GUID Notes SLAB Added 10/14/2015 1:20:05 PM Table: Area Section Property .000 BendThick mm 125.

894 0. Part 1 of 2 LoadPat Dir EQX EQY X Y Table: Auto Seismic .545 2801.000 4.00 46199.050000 0.000000 45000. Part 2 of 2 LoadPat EQX EQX EQY EQY Table: Auto Seismic Loads To Horizontal Diaphragms. Part 1 of 2 PercentEcc EccOverride UserZ 0.49 9448.120000 0.918 0.User Coefficient.20 3638.918 COEFF USER DIAPH1 3048.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Auto Seismic . Part 2 of 2 Table: Auto Seismic .00 48.343E-11 -47726.00 115.000 48.00 0.120000 1.00 0.80 DIAPH1 3048.00 -2.55 4267.sdb SAP2000 v17.000 MX KN-mm 0.00 Table: Auto Seismic Loads To Horizontal Diaphragms.00 0.Wave Characteristics .55 Z mm 6096.00 12.050000 No No No No C K 0.000 0.185 Table: Auto Seismic Loads To Horizontal Diaphragms.52 9448. Inc.000000 WeightUsed KN 2801.00 0.00 6096.000 COEFF USER DIAPH2 6096.80 DIAPH2 6096.0.00 3048. Part 1 of 2 AutoLdType Diaphragm DiaphragmZ FX FY mm KN KN USER DIAPH2 6096.00 0.80 DIAPH1 3048.000000 1.80 Table: Auto Wave 3 .000 COEFF USER DIAPH1 3048.00 109528.0000 Computers and Structures.059E-10 0. Part 2 of 2 Diaphragm DiaphragmZ MY MZ X mm KN-mm KN-mm mm DIAPH2 6096.0 .20 3638.00 18000.00 0.000 115.185 EQY 336.10 9448.12 9448.000 2. Part 1 of 2 LoadPat EQX EQX EQY EQY Table: Auto Seismic Loads To Horizontal Diaphragms.User Coefficient.User Coefficient.Wave Characteristics .General SWaterDept WaveHeight WavePeriod WaveType KinFactor h mm mm Sec From Theory 1.343E-11 Y mm 4267. Part 2 of 2 LoadPat BaseShear KN EQX 336.00 -4.545 Table: Auto Seismic . WaveTheory Linear Page 2 of 11 .General WaveChar Default Table: Auto Wave 3 .00 3048.894 COEFF FZ KN 0.User Coefficient.059E-10 -49464.Pating School.

9DL-1.9DL+1.9DL-1.25EQX DL+1.25EQX DL+1.250000 SteelDesign None None None None None None None None None Page 3 of 11 .9DL+1. Part 1 of 3 AutoDesign CaseType CaseName ComboName ComboType 1.25EQX 0.25EQY 0.25EQX 0.500000 1.25EQX DL+1.000000 1.900000 1.3LL+1.3LL+1.9DL-1.3LL-1.900000 0.3LL+1.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.000000 1.5(DL+LL) 1.25EQY DL+1. Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQY ScaleFactor 1.25EQX 0.25EQY DL+1.000000 1.3LL-1.900000 0.3LL-1.25EQX DL+1.25EQX DL+1.25EQY DL+1.900000 0.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Combination Definitions.500000 1.900000 0.25EQY 0.25EQY 0.5(DL+LL) DL+1.sdb SAP2000 v17.300000 1.300000 1.900000 0.5(DL+LL) 1.3LL-1.000000 1.9DL+1.0.3LL+1.3LL+1.900000 1.25EQY 0.25EQX DL+1.3LL-1.250000 0.3LL+1.Pating School.9DL+1.25EQY 0.25EQY DL+1.900000 0.9DL+1.25EQY DL+1.9DL-1.000000 1.25EQY DL+1.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1.25EQX DL+1.000000 1.9DL-1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.25EQY 0.300000 1.25EQY 0.3LL+1.9DL-1.250000 1.3LL+1.9DL-1.25EQY DL+1.3LL-1.25EQY Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Computers and Structures.250000 0.000000 1.250000 0.500000 1.9DL+1.250000 1.000000 1.250000 1.000000 1.9DL+1.900000 0.3LL-1.25EQY DL+1.25EQX 0.000000 1.900000 0.000000 -1.25EQY 0.3LL-1.3LL-1.900000 0.000000 1.3LL-1.900000 -1.000000 1.9DL-1.25EQX DL+1.000000 1.900000 0.25EQY DL+1.3LL+1.500000 1.9DL+1.9DL-1.250000 0.000000 -1.3LL-1.25EQX DL+1.500000 1.0 .25EQX 0.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1. Part 1 of 3 Table: Combination Definitions.3LL+1.900000 0.3LL+1.25EQX 0.3LL+1.900000 -1. Inc.5(DL+LL) 1.900000 0.9DL-1.9DL+1.3LL-1.9DL+1.300000 1.25EQX 0.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.000000 1.

25EQX DL+1. Inc.3LL+1.25EQX DL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY Table: Combination Definitions.9DL-1.3LL-1.25EQY 0.0 .9DL-1. Part 2 of 3 CaseName ConcDesign AlumDesign DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD WALL PWALL FF EQY Computers and Structures.25EQX 0.3LL-1.3LL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.9DL+1.25EQY 0.25EQX DL+1.25EQX DL+1.9DL+1.9DL-1.25EQX DL+1.25EQX 0.3LL+1.sdb SAP2000 v17.3LL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.0.3LL+1.3LL-1.25EQX 0.3LL-1.5(DL+LL) DL+1.3LL-1.3LL-1.9DL+1.25EQY DL+1.3LL-1.9DL-1. ColdDesign Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Strength None None Page 4 of 11 .5(DL+LL) 1.9DL-1.25EQY 0.5(DL+LL) 1.3LL-1.25EQY DL+1.3LL+1.9DL-1.25EQX 0.3LL-1.25EQX DL+1.9DL+1.3LL-1.9DL-1.9DL+1.3LL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQX 0.3LL-1.3LL+1.25EQX 0.9DL+1.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Combination Definitions.25EQY 0.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.25EQX DL+1.25EQX 0.25EQY DL+1.9DL+1.3LL+1.Pating School.25EQX 0.25EQY 0.25EQX DL+1.25EQX 0.25EQY DL+1.9DL-1.3LL+1.9DL+1.3LL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.25EQY DL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.25EQX DL+1.9DL-1.3LL+1.25EQX DL+1.3LL-1. Part 2 of 3 ComboName 1.9DL+1.9DL+1.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1.25EQX DL+1.9DL-1.25EQY 0.25EQY DL+1.25EQY 0.

25EQY DL+1. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1.9DL-1.3LL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQX DL+1.25EQY DL+1.9DL+1.9DL+1.9DL-1.25EQY 0.9DL-1.25EQY LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD DL+1. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake. Notes Dead + Live.25EQY WALL Computers and Structures.3LL-1.9DL+1.25EQY LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD DL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY DL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.25EQY DL+1.25EQY DL+1.25EQX DL+1.25EQY 0.3LL+1.25EQY WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD 0.3LL+1. Inc.25EQY DL+1.25EQX 0.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Combination Definitions. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.3LL+1. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake. Strength Page 5 of 11 .25EQY 0. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.9DL+1. Part 3 of 3 CaseName GUID 1.9DL+1.9DL+1.25EQY DL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.3LL+1.3LL-1.5(DL+LL) DL+1.3LL+1.9DL-1.25EQX LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD DL+1.5(DL+LL) 1. Part 3 of 3 ComboName Table: Combination Definitions.25EQY 0.3LL+1.25EQX 0.25EQX DL+1.sdb SAP2000 v17.3LL+1.3LL-1.Pating School.25EQX 0.25EQX DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF DEAD DL+1.3LL-1. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.25EQX DL+1.25EQX 0.9DL+1.3LL-1.3LL-1.25EQX DL+1.9DL-1.25EQX DL+1.3LL-1.25EQX 0.9DL+1.25EQX DL+1.9DL-1.25EQY 0.25EQX DL+1.0. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.0 .25EQX 0.25EQX LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQY DEAD 0.25EQX WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD 0.3LL-1.3LL-1.3LL+1.25EQX DL+1.9DL+1.3LL-1.3LL-1.3LL+1.3LL+1.5(DL+LL) 1.9DL+1.9DL-1.25EQX 0. Strength Dead + Live + Static Earthquake.25EQY WALL PWALL FF EQX DEAD 0.3LL-1.3LL+1.

Part 3 of 3 CaseName GUID Notes PWALL FF EQY Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .00 TorsConst mm4 1140750000 2113380208 840949710.00 7145833.00 7145833.000 M20 Rectangular 350. 304175000.00 57500.000000 Page 6 of 11 .Pating School.00 75000.33 102083.000 0.040771 No 1.000000 1.000000 1.00 69000.000000 1. S33 mm3 4500000.General.General.000000 1.00 S22 mm3 4500000.25EQY SAP2000 v17.000 300.000000 1.000 350.00 57500.000000 1.000000 1.00 102083.33 4695833.33 3085833.000000 1.825 0. Part 1 of 6 SectionName COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .00 86.00 4628750.00 3967500.9DL-1.General.000000 1.25EQY 0.0 0.General.sdb ComboName 0.00 86. 645952940.000 M20 Rectangular 300.33 517500000.00 2645000. Part 1 of 6 Material Shape t3 t2 mm mm M20 Rectangular 300.603 66.9DL-1.0 .036 Yes 7043750. 304175000.020973 No 1. Part 4 of 6 TotalWt TotalMass FromFile AMod A2Mod KN KN-s2/mm 205.00 6750000. Part 3 of 6 SectionName COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .00 57500.33 2645000.00 3450000.000000 1.036 101.000000 No 1.General.00 122500.036 66.00 67083.00 80500.000 M20 Rectangular 300.000000 0.000000 1.00 517500000.9DL-1.33 67083. Part 2 of 6 SectionName COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM Table: Frame Section Properties 01 . 645952940.00 1250520833 1250520833 0.000000 Computers and Structures.General.00 10718750.00 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 . Part 3 of 6 Z33 Z22 R33 R22 ConcCol mm3 mm3 mm mm 6750000.395 No 5175000.000000 399.00 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .000 230.00 3967500.00 57500. 354870833.603 86.000 230. Part 2 of 6 I33 I22 I23 AS2 AS3 mm4 mm4 mm4 mm2 mm2 675000000.00 101.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Combination Definitions.603 66.000 M20 Rectangular 350.0 0.603 Yes 10718750. 675000000.000000 No 1.00 101. Part 4 of 6 SectionName COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .000 0.000 Area mm2 90000.000000 203.395 No ConcBeam Color No No Yes Yes Yes Blue Cyan Blue Blue 8388863 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 . A3Mod JMod 1. Inc.00 75000.0. 0.25EQY 0.000000 1.942 0.33 821770833.General.00 86.000000 1.General.679 0.000 230.020796 No 1.395 No 5175000.00 69000. 0.33 3450000.000000 1.000000 0.

Part 5 of 6 I2Mod I3Mod MMod WMod COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM 1.000 3 3 Design Table: Frame Section Properties 03 .000000 1.sdb SAP2000 v17.Pating School.000 3 3 Design COL350 8d 150.000 mm2 0. Part 6 of 6 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .Concrete Beam RebarMatC TopCover BotCover TopLeftArea TopRghtAre a mm mm mm2 mm2 HYSD415 25. Part 2 of 2 SectionNam BarSizeC SpacingC NumCBars2 NumCBars3 ReinfType e mm COL300 8d 150.000000 1.000 25.000000 1.Concrete Column.000 0.000 0.Concrete Beam SectionNam e RebarMatL MBEAM230 X350 SBM TBEAM HYSD415 HYSD415 HYSD415 Table: Frame Section Properties 03 .General.000000 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .Concrete Column. Part 1 of 2 SectionNam e RebarMatL COL300 COL350 HYSD415 HYSD415 Table: Frame Section Properties 02 .000 3 HYSD415 Rectangular Ties 40.General.000 0.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Frame Section Properties 01 .0 .000000 1.000 0.000 HYSD415 HYSD415 Computers and Structures.000 0.000000 1.000000 1. Inc.000000 1.000 25.000000 1.000 3 NumBars2D ir 3 3 BarSizeL 20d 20d Table: Frame Section Properties 02 .000 0.000000 1.Concrete Column.000000 1.000000 1.000000 GUID 1.000 BotLeftArea Page 7 of 11 .000 25.000 BotRghtAre a mm2 0. Part 6 of 6 SectionName Notes COL300 COL350 MBEAM230X350 SBM TBEAM Added 10/18/2015 11:49:39 AM Added 10/14/2015 1:16:17 PM Added 10/14/2015 1:17:54 PM Added 11/5/2015 12:59:13 PM Added 10/14/2015 1:19:23 PM Table: Frame Section Properties 02 .000 25.000000 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000 1.Concrete Column. Part 1 of 2 RebarMatC ReinfConfig LatReinf Cover NumBars3D ir mm HYSD415 Rectangular Ties 40.0.General. Part 2 of 2 Table: Frame Section Properties 02 .000000 1.000000 1.General.000 0.000 0.000000 1. Part 5 of 6 SectionName Table: Frame Section Properties 01 . 25.000 0.000 0.

Time History .000000 UNIFSS 1.79 1.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Frame Section Properties 13 .000000 Table: Function .000000 1.Pating School.000000 MBEAM230X350 Auto 138. Table: Load Case Definitions.Time Dependent SectionName TypeSize AutoValSize AutoSFSize UserValSize mm mm COL300 Auto 150.000000 SBM Auto 130.000000 UNIFTH 0.0000 1.User Table: Function .000000 UNIFPSD 1.0000E+00 1. Inc.0000E+00 1.000000 UNIFTH 1.000000 1.000000 COL350 Auto 175.Time History .00 1. Part 1 of 3 InitialCond ModalCase BaseCase DesTypeOpt Zero Zero Prog Det Prog Det DesignType DesActOpt DEAD OTHER Prog Det Prog Det Page 8 of 11 .19 1.000000 0.Power Spectral Density .0000E+00 1.User Name Time Value Sec RAMPTH 0.User Name Frequency Value Cyc/sec UNIFSS 0.User Table: Function .0000 1.Power Spectral Density .Time Dependent Table: Frame Section Properties 13 .sdb SAP2000 v17.Steady State .User Table: Function .0000 0.000000 Table: Function .Response Spectrum .000000 Table: Function .19 1.000000 RAMPTH 1.Response Spectrum .User Name Period Accel FuncDamp Sec UNIFRS 0.User Table: Function .0000 1.Steady State .000000 TBEAM Auto 130.000000 RAMPTH 4.User Name Frequency Value Cyc/sec UNIFPSD 0.000000 Table: Load Case Definitions.000000 Table: Function .0000 1.00 1.0 . Part 1 of 3 Case Type DEAD MODAL LinStatic LinModal Computers and Structures.050000 UNIFRS 1.0000E+00 1.0.

000000 Page 9 of 11 . Part 2 of 3 AutoType RunCase CaseStatus None Yes Finished None None No Yes Not Run Finished None Yes Finished None Yes Finished None Yes Finished None Yes Finished None Yes Finished GUID Table: Load Case Definitions. Part 2 of 3 Case DesignAct DEAD Non-Compos ite Other Short-Term Composite Non-Compos ite Non-Compos ite Non-Compos ite Short-Term Composite Short-Term Composite MODAL LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX EQY Table: Load Case Definitions.0 .000000 0.000000 0.000000 0. Part 1 of 3 InitialCond ModalCase BaseCase DesTypeOpt Case Type LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX EQY LinStatic LinStatic LinStatic LinStatic LinStatic LinStatic Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det DesignType DesActOpt LIVE DEAD DEAD DEAD QUAKE QUAKE Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Prog Det Table: Load Case Definitions. Part 3 of 3 Table: Load Case Definitions. Table: Load Pattern Definitions SelfWtMult AutoLoad GUID Notes 1.0.000000 0.Pating School. Part 3 of 3 Case Notes DEAD MODAL LIVE WALL PWALL FF EQX EQY Table: Load Pattern Definitions LoadPat DesignType DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF DEAD LIVE DEAD DEAD DEAD Computers and Structures. Inc.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Load Case Definitions.sdb SAP2000 v17.

General.Pating School. Part 1 of 2 Table: Material Properties 01 . Mander Takeda 0. Part 1 of 2 Material M20 Fc KN/mm2 0.5000E-06 Table: Material Properties 03b . Inc.General.5485E-12 22.250000 1.000000 Table: Material Properties 01 .sdb SAP2000 v17.Basic Mechanical Properties Material HYSD415 M20 Table: Material Properties 02 .36068 9. Part 1 of 2 TempDepen SymType Color d Material Type HYSD415 M20 Rebar Concrete Uniaxial Isotropic No No GUID Green Green Table: Material Properties 01 . Part 2 of 2 Material Notes HYSD415 M20 India Indian HYSD Grade 415 added 10/14/2015 1:15:52 PM India Indian M20 added 10/14/2015 1:15:40 PM Table: Material Properties 02 .001789 0.000000 EQY QUAKE 0.4993E-08 2.00000 2.1700E-05 5.000000 Notes USER COEFF USER COEFF Table: Mass Source MassSource Elements Masses MSSSRC1 MSSSRC1 MSSSRC1 MSSSRC1 MSSSRC1 No No Table: Mass Source Loads IsDefault Yes Yes LoadPat Multiplier DEAD LIVE WALL PWALL FF 1.Basic Mechanical Properties UnitWeight UnitMass E1 G12 U12 KN/mm3 KN-s2/mm4 KN/mm2 KN/mm2 7.License # 08 December 2015 Table: Load Pattern Definitions SelfWtMult AutoLoad GUID LoadPat DesignType EQX QUAKE 0.000000 1.000000 1.Concrete Data.005000 FinalSlope -0.Concrete Data.000000 0.02000 Table: Material Properties 03b .0 .6973E-08 7.100000 FAngle Degrees 0.31695 0. Part 2 of 2 Table: Material Properties 01 .8490E-12 200. Part 1 of 2 LtWtConc SSCurveOpt SSHysType SFc SCap No Computers and Structures.200000 A1 1/C 1.General.0.General.000 Page 10 of 11 .

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2984 UserZ ZCode No No 0. Part 4 of 4 Table: Area Section Properties.000000 0. Part 2 of 2 LoadPat SoilType EQx EQy III III Table: Auto Seismic .IS1893:2002. Part 3 of 4 M22Mod M12Mod V13Mod 1.000000 Table: Area Section Properties.250000 WeightUsed KN 1399.298 0.36 Table: Auto Seismic .850 1399.000000 1.000000 1.000E-07 JtPattern None Table: Area Section Assignments Area Table: Area Section Assignments Section MatProp All CGI Sheet Default Table: Area Section Properties.36 0.IS1893:2002.450 Arc Degrees F11Mod F22Mod 1.980 Page 1 of 4 . Part 2 of 2 I R TUsed CoeffUsed Sec 1.0 .IS1893:2002.000000 0.000 Table: Area Section Properties. Part 3 of 4 Section F12Mod M11Mod CGI Sheet 1. Part 2 of 4 Section Table: Area Section Properties.2984 0.250000 1.sdb SAP2000 v17.License # 18 December 2015 Table: Area Loads .Pating School Truss.2984 1. Part 1 of 4 AreaType Type DrillDOF Thickness mm Shell Shell-Thin Yes 0.IS1893:2002.Surface Pressure Table: Area Loads .850 BaseShear KN 188.980 188.000000 1.050000 No No User User UserT Sec 0.500000 5.000000 1. Part 2 of 4 CoordSys Color TotalWt TotalMass KN KN-s2/mm Red 7.2984 1.0. Part 4 of 4 GUID Section CGI Sheet Notes Added 12/11/2015 4:38:59 PM Table: Auto Seismic . Part 1 of 2 PercentEcc EccOverride PeriodCalc 0.Surface Pressure LoadPat Face Area All WIND Bottom Pressure KN/mm2 9.500000 5.000000 1. Part 1 of 2 LoadPat Dir EQx EQy X Y Table: Auto Seismic . Part 1 of 4 Section Material CGI Sheet CGI Sheet MatAngle Degrees 0.450 BendThick mm 0.000000 Table: Area Section Properties.000000 1.000744 InComp CGI Sheet Table: Area Section Properties.000000 Table: Area Section Properties.000000 V23Mod MMod WMod 1.050000 0.

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License # 18 December 2015 Table: Load Pattern Definitions Table: Load Pattern Definitions SelfWtMult AutoLoad GUID LoadPat DesignType DEAD WIND EQx DEAD WIND QUAKE 1.500000 1.200000 1.200000 -1.200000 -0.500000 0.900000 1.200000 1.200000 0.900000 -1.200000 1.500000 0.500000 0.500000 1.200000 1.500000 1.200000 1.500000 SteelDesign Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strength Page 3 of 4 .900000 1.900000 1.500000 0.500000 1.000000 EQy QUAKE 1.500000 1.500000 -1.200000 1.200000 1.200000 1.900000 -1.500000 -1.500000 1.500000 1.200000 1.200000 1.0.500000 -1. Part 1 of 3 Table: Combination Definitions.600000 1.000000 0.500000 1.200000 1.000000 Notes USER IS1893 2002 IS1893 2002 Table: Combination Definitions.500000 1.000000 1.200000 -1.200000 -1.200000 1.0 .200000 1. Part 1 of 3 AutoDesign CaseType CaseName ComboName ComboType UDSTL1 UDSTL2 UDSTL2 UDSTL3 UDSTL3 UDSTL3 UDSTL4 UDSTL4 UDSTL4 UDSTL5 UDSTL5 UDSTL5 UDSTL6 UDSTL6 UDSTL6 UDSTL7 UDSTL7 UDSTL8 UDSTL8 UDSTL9 UDSTL9 UDSTL10 UDSTL10 UDSTL11 UDSTL11 UDSTL11 UDSTL12 UDSTL12 UDSTL12 UDSTL13 UDSTL13 UDSTL13 UDSTL14 UDSTL14 UDSTL14 UDSTL15 UDSTL15 UDSTL16 UDSTL16 UDSTL17 UDSTL17 UDSTL18 UDSTL18 UDSTL19 UDSTL19 UDSTL20 UDSTL20 UDSTL21 UDSTL21 Linear Add Linear Add No No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Add No Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static DEAD DEAD LIVE DEAD LIVE WIND DEAD LIVE WIND DEAD LIVE WIND DEAD LIVE WIND DEAD WIND DEAD WIND DEAD WIND DEAD WIND DEAD LIVE EQx DEAD LIVE EQx DEAD LIVE EQy DEAD LIVE EQy DEAD EQx DEAD EQx DEAD EQy DEAD EQy DEAD EQx DEAD EQx DEAD EQy ScaleFactor 1.500000 1.200000 1.500000 0.500000 1.200000 1.sdb SAP2000 v17.Pating School Truss.200000 1.600000 1.200000 1.

Part 2 of 2 SteelCode Indian IS 800:2007 Table: Program Control.34500 0.000000 1. Part 2 of 2 ConcCode AlumCode Indian IS 456-2000 AA-ASD 2000 ColdCode RegenHinge AISI-ASD96 Yes Table: Steel Design 8 .110000 0. Part 1 of 2 ProgramName Version SAP2000 17.000000 1.Steel Data.000000 Strength Deflection Deflection Table: Material Properties 03a .321 UDSTL8 PMaxTens KN 0.Indian IS 800:2007 DesignSect ComboComp PMaxComp ComboTens KN NB65L UDSTL15 -0.542 -0. Part 2 of 2 Material Table: Material Properties 03a .Brace Max Axial Load . C No Table: Program Control.License # 18 December 2015 Table: Combination Definitions.Steel Data.Indian IS 800:2007 Frame 5 6 Table: Steel Design 8 . Part 1 of 3 AutoDesign CaseType CaseName ComboName ComboType UDSTL22 UDSTL22 UDSTL23 UDSTL24 UDSTL24 Linear Add No Linear Add Linear Add No No Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static Linear Static ScaleFactor DEAD EQy DEAD DEAD LIVE SteelDesign 0. Part 2 of 2 SRup CGI Sheet Fe345 FinalSlope 0.49500 Simple Kinematic SHard SMax 0.0.900000 -1.500000 1.45000 0. Part 1 of 2 Material CGI Sheet Fe345 Fy KN/mm2 0.015000 0.sdb SAP2000 v17.0 .Pating School Truss.37950 0.100000 -0.170000 -0.37950 0.Steel Data.170000 0.Brace Max Axial Load .015000 0.102 UDSTL8 NB65L UDSTL8 -0. mm.Steel Data.0 Table: Program Control.0.49500 Simple Kinematic 0.313 Page 4 of 4 .45000 0. Part 1 of 2 ProgLevel LicenseNum LicenseOS LicenseSC Ultimate No LicenseHT CurrUnits No KN.110000 Table: Material Properties 03a .100000 Table: Program Control.34500 Table: Material Properties 03a . Part 1 of 2 Fu EffFy EffFu SSCurveOpt SSHysType KN/mm2 KN/mm2 KN/mm2 0.

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