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RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA

BHOPAL-462036

NRI INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


BHOPAL
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
SESSION 2014-2015

PROJECT REPORT ON
DESIGN OF SUMP WELL CAPACITY 200 KL AT NRI CAMPUS RAISEN ROAD
BHOPAL

GUIDED BY:

SUBMITTED BY:

Prof. Sandeep K. Shrivastava

Syed Mohd Mashood(0115CE111058)

Dept. Civil Engineering


NIIST, Bhopal

DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the work which is being presented in the major project
report entitled DESIGN OF SUMP WELL CAPACITY 200 KL AT NRI
CAMPUS BHOPAL in the partialfulfillment of Bachelor of Engineering in
Civil Engineering is an authentic record of our own work carried out under the
guidance of Prof. Sandeep K. Shrivastava.The work has been carried out at NIIST,
Bhopal.
The matter embodied in the report has not been submitted for the award of any
other degree or diploma.

Syed Mohd Mashood(0115CE111058)

NRI INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION SCIENCE &


TECHNOLOGY
(AFFL. BY RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA)
BHOPAL

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


SESSION 2014-2015

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify Syed Mohd. Mashood student of Fourth year (VIII semester)
Bachelor of Civil Engineering, NIIST have successfully completed their Major
Project Report on DESIGN OF SUMP WELL CAPACITY OF 200 K.L. AT
NRI CAMPUS BHOPAL. We approve the project for the submission for the
partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree in Civil
Engineering.

Mr. J.P. Nanda

Prof. Sandeep K.Shrivastava

H.O.D
Dept. Of Civil Engineering

NRI INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION SCIENCE


&TECHNOLOGY
(AFFL. BY RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA)
BHOPAL

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


SESSION 2014-2015

APPROVAL CERTIFICATE
The project report entitledDESIGN OF SUMP WELL CAPACITY OF 200
K.L. AT NRI CAMPUS BHOPAL. being submitted by SYED MOHD
MASHOOD, has been examined by us and is there by approved for the award
of degree BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING in Civil Engineering for which
has been submitted. It is understood that by this approval undersigned do not
necessarily endorse or approved any statement made opinion expressed or
conclusion drawn there in but approved the dissertation only for the purpose for
which it has been submitted.

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INTERNAL EXAMINER

EXTERNAL EXAMINER

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We would like to express our deep sense of gratitude to our respected and
learned guideProf. Sandeep k. Shrivastavafor his valuable guidance. We are
also thankful for his timely encouragement given in completing the project.
We are also grateful to respected Mr. J.P. Nanda, HOD (Department of Civil
Engineering) NIIST, Bhopal for permitting us to utilize all the necessary
facilities of the institution.
We would like to thank Dr. S.C.Kapoor, Director NIISTfor his valuable
encouragement and approval for the project.
We are also thankful to all other staff members of our department for their kind
co-operation and help.
Lastly, we would like to express our deep appreciation towards our classmates
and family members for providing us the much needed kind support and
encouragement.

Thank You

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter

1.
1.2
1.3.
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4

Topic

Introduction
About the campus
Mission of NRI
Vision of NRI
Potable water
Properties of potable water
Improving availability
Safety indicators for potable water
Requirement of water
Institution requirement of water
Requirement for domestic purpose
Water requirement for NRI campus
Total cost of the project
Key plane
Abstract of cost of water supply line at NRI campus
Estimation of water supply line main gate to sump well
Abstract of cost of Sump well capacity 200 kl
Estimation of Sump well capacity 200 kl
Drawing of Sump well
Design of Sump well
Abstract of cost of pump house
Estimation of Pump hose
Drawing of Pump house
Design of Pump house
Design of slab (pump house)
Drawing of Slab
Design of beam
Drawing of beam
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18
19
20
21
22
23
24-25
26-28
29
30-33
34-35
36-38
39
40-43
44
45-49
50

13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8
14
15
16
17

Design of column
Drawing of column
Design of plinth beam
Drawing of plinth beam
Nominal dimension of pile foundation.
Conclusion
Site Photo
References

51-53
54
55-59
60
61
62
63
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INTRODUCTION
A sump well is used to store water to cater the daily requirement. A sump is low
space that collects any often undesirable liquids such as water or chemicals. A
sump can also be an infiltration basin used to manage surface runoff water and
recharge underground aquifers.

WELL LOCATION
The location of well is mainly determined by wells purpose. For drinking and
irrigation water- production well, ground water quality and long term ground
water supply are the most important considerations . Hydrogeological
assessment to determine whether and where to locate a well should always be
done by a knowledgeable driller or professional consultant.

SUMP PUMP
A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a water
collecting sump basin, commonly found in the basement of homes. The water
may enter via the perimeter drains of a basement waterproofing system,
funnelling into the basin or because of rain or natural ground water, if the
basement is below the water table level. Sump are used where basement
flooding happens regularly and to solve dampness where the water table is
above the foundation of home. Sump pumps send water away from a house to
any place where it is no longer problematic, such as a municipal storm drain or
dry well.

PUMP HOUSE
Pump House or a Pumping stations are facilities
including pump and equipment for pumping fluids from one place to another.
They are used for a variety of infrastructures system, such as the supply of
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water to canals the drainage of low-lying land, and the removal of sewageto
processing sites

ABOUT THE CAMPUS

NRI Group of Institutions is the most renowned Group catering professional


degrees. Taramathi society which runs this group was established in the year
2001 by a group of NRI is based at USA and Technocrats of India.

Number of Colleges

Number of Hostels

Number of Canteens

Number of Gardens

Total Number of Students

6158

Requirement of Water per day

- 200000 ltr

Campus Area

15 Acres

Location of Campus
- NRI group of
Institutions located at Sajjan Singh Nagar ,Opp. to Patel
Nagar, Raisen Road Bhopal ,Madhya Pradesh .

Established year

- 2001

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MISSION OF NRI

NRI is the leading education group of Madhya Pradesh with over 5000+ students,
studying across 15 acres of hi-tech campus.
At NRI, our mission is to produce professionally competent Technocrats,
pharmacists & managers by providing value based and quality education to the students
and to make them adaptable to ever changing demands and requirements. The institutes
intend to infuse fresh ideas in the field of education. Some of these include Yoga,
language lab, work study program, internship program, etc. The end result is
improvement in the quality of education.
At NRI we are passionate about grooming leaders who are not only professionals but
also good human beings with values and Sanskars.

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VISION OF NRI
The vision of the society is to develop this group of institutions as the Centre
for Excellence , The management team intends to infuse fresh ideas, some of
these include Work Study program, Live project, Skill development program
etc. which results in improvement of education quality.
To attain global leadership in academics by exploring new frontiers of
technology through innovative research and grooming future leaders as
well as entrepreneurs.

AWARDS
I.

Winner of best technical Institute for Engineering award by


CMAI,AICTE, and RGPV.

II.

Winner ofBest Academic Infrastructure in Madhya Pradesh


Award by Assocham.

III.

Winner of Icon of Bhopal Award.

IV.

Winner of best ISTE chapter MP-CG award since last three


years .

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POTABLE WATER
Potable water is water which is fit for consumption by humans and other animals. It is
also called drinking water .This water is that has been either treated cleaned or filtered
and meets established drinking water standards or is assumed to be reasonable free of
harmful bacteria and contaminants ,and considered safe to drink or use in cooking and
baking . Examples of portable water would be that from treated municipal water system.
Drinking water (or potable water) is water
safe enough to be consumed by humans or used with low risk of immediate or long term
harm. In most developed contries the supplied tap water to households, commerce and
industry meets the water quality potability standards, even though only a very small
proportion is actually consumed or used in food preparation. Other typical uses include
washing, toilets, and irrigation; greywater provides an alternative to the latter two.
Over large parts of the world, humans have inadequate access to potable water and use
sources contaminated with disease vectors, pathogens or unacceptable levels of toxins or
suspended solids. Drinking or using such water in food preparation leads to widespread
acute and chronic illnesses and is a major cause of death and suffering worldwide in many
different countries. Reduction of waterborne diseases and development of safe water
resources is a major public health goal in developing countries.
Water has always been an important and life-sustaining drink to humans and is essential
to the survival of most other organisms. Excluding fat, water composes approximately
70% of the human body by mass. It is a crucial component of metabolic processes and
serves as a solvent for many bodily solutes

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PORPERTIES OF POTABLE WATER

Molecular formula HO
Molar mass
- 18.01528 g/mol
Colour
- colourless
Odor- Odorless
Density
- 999.9720 kg/m3
Boiling point
- 100 c
Viscosity
- 1 cp
Crystal structure
hexagonal
Ph of pure water
7.0

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IMPROVING AVAILABILITY

WELL CONTAMINATION
Some efforts at increasing the availability of safe drinking water have been
disastrous. When the 1980s were declared the "International Decade of Water"
by the united nations the assumption was made that groundwater is inherently
safer than water from rivers, ponds, and canals. While instances of cholera,
typhoid and diarrhea were reduced, other problems emerged due to polluted
groundwater.
Sixty million people are estimated to have been poisoned by well water
contaminated by excessive fluoride, which dissolved from granite rocks. The
effects are particularly evident in the bone deformations of children. Similar or
larger problems are anticipated in other countries including China, Uzbekistan,
and Ethiopia. Although helpful for dental health in low dosage, fluoride in large
amounts interferes with bone formation.
Half of the Bangladesh's 12 million tube wells contain unacceptable levels of
arsenic due to the wells not being dug deep enough (past 100 metres). The
Bangladeshi government had spent less than US$7 million of the 34 million
allocated for solving the problem by the world bank in 1998. Natural arsenic
poisoning is a global threat, 140 million people affected in 70 countries on all
continents. These examples illustrate the need to examine each location on a
case by case basis and not assume what works in one area will work in another.

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SAFETY INDICATORS FOR POTABLE WATER

Access to safe drinking water is indicated by proper sanitary sources. These


improved drinking water sources include household connection, public
standpipe, borehole condition, protected dug well, protected spring, and rain
water collection. Sources that don't encourage improved drinking water to the
same extent as previously mentioned include: unprotected wells, unprotected
springs, rivers or ponds, vender-provided water, bottled water (consequential of
limitations in quantity, not quality of water), and tanker truck water. Access to
sanitary water comes hand in hand with access to improved sanitation facilities
for excreta. These facilities include connection to public sewer, connection to
septic system, pour-flushlatrine, and ventilated improved pit latrine.
Unimproved sanitation facilities are: public or shared latrine, open pit latrine, or
bucket latrine

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WATER REQUIREMENTS

Domestic
Institutional
Industrial
Public

Agricultural

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INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENT

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S.No

NAME

LITRES/HEAD/DAY

Drinking

Cooking

Bathing

55

Washing Of Clothes

20

Washing Of House

10

Washing Of Utensils

10

Flushing of W.C.

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REQUIREMENTS FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSE

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WATER REQUIREMENT FOR NRI CAMPUS

NAME

No. OF
STUDENT

QUANTITY(LT)

COLLEGES
1) NIIST
2) NIRT
3) NIP
4) NIPS
5) NIDP
6) NVISMT

2620
1415
588
320
180
840

2620X35=91700
1415X35=49525
588X35=20580
320X35=11200
180X35=6300
8400X35=29400

HOSTEL

120

120X135=16200

TOTAL WATER
REQ. PER DAY

2,24,905Lts

Since the Daily Water Req. Exceeds the Capacity of the


tank , So therefore the tank should be filled twice a
day

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TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT

Sump well Included Pipe line and Water supply line


Cost of Pipeline

Rs.3,70,500/-

Sump well

Rs. 6,60,500/-

Pump house

Rs . 2,00,000/-

Total Cost of Project


Rs.12,31,000 /-

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ABSTRACT OF COST OF WATER SUPPLY LINE MAIN


GATE TO SUMP WELL
S.n
o.
1

E/W in excavation

208.59

156

Cost(Rs.
)
32540.0
4

200 mm sand filling for


base of pipe

46.35

672

31147.2

each

3358

184690

Item

Nos.

150 mm CPVC pipe

back filling

Quanti
ty

Unit

Rate/u
nit

55

156.38

TOTAL=
Water
Charge (1.5%)=
Contengency Charge
(3.5%)=
SuperVision Charge
(10%)=

471

73654.9
8
3,22,03
2.22
4,830.4
8
11,271.
12
32,203.
22
3,70,33
7.04
Rs.3,70,
500

Say Total
Amount =

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Rem
ark

ESTIMATE OF WATER SUPPLY LINE MAIN GATE


TO SUMP WELL AT NRI CAMPUS
S.n
o.
1

Item
E/W in excavation
a)IBD to NIIST west
corner
b)NIIST west corner to
sump well

Uni
t

No
s.

L(m
)

B(
m)

D/H(m
)

Quant
ity

m
m

1
1

285.
1
46

0.7
0.7

0.9
0.9

179.61
28.98

Remark

208.5
9
2
3

200mm crus dust


filling for
base 0f pipe
150 mm C.I. pipe
a)IBD to NIIST west
corner

eac
h

47

47

eac
h

a)above the pipe

b)filling of pipe sides

b)NIIST west corner to


sump well
5

331.
1

0.7

0.2

46.35

no. of
pipe=47
285.1/6.1=46
.73
use 20' pipe
46/6.1=7.54

back filling
331.
1
331.
1

0.7
0.5
(0.7X0.2)(/4X.15

115.88
40.5

156.3
8
NOTE - Use SOR of M.P.P.W.D. FOR BUILDING WORK IN FORCE FROM AUG 1
2014 FOR COSTING
OF WATER SYSTEM LINE

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ABSTRACT OF COST200KL CAPACITY SUMP


WELL
(Use rate of quantity as per SOR of M.P.PW.D for
building works in force from Aug. 1st 2014)
S
.
N
O
.

ITE
M
NO
.

2.8
/23

4.1
/45
4.1
.2.
2

5.7
/66

4.2
/45

QU
N AN
O TIT
.
Y

Particular / Item
Earth work in excavation by
mechanical mean/manual means in
foundation
tranches or drains (not exceeding
1.5 m in width or 10 sqm on plan)
including
dressing of sides and ramming of
bottoms lift up to 1.5 m including
getting out
the excavated soil and disposal of
surplus excavated soil as directed
with in a
lead 50 m (no extra lift is payable if
work is done by mechanical means
providing in laying in posiition
cement concrete of specified grade
excluding the
cost of centering and shuttering - all
work up to plinth level

RATE
PER
UNIT

COST
(RS.)

131

3086
3.6

235
.6

7.8
5

m
3808

2989
2.8

15.
7

m
4953

7776
2.1

19.
07

m
6582

1255
18.74

nominal mix 1:3:6 grade stone


aggregate (M-10)
R.C.C work (with 20 mm nominal size
graded stone aggregate) in wellsteining
excluding the cost of centering
shuttering finishing and r/f in M-20
grade conc.
Providing and laying cement
concrete in retaining wall, return
walls,walls (any
thikness) including atteched
pilasters, columns , pillars, post,
struts, buttresses,
string lacing coureses, parapets,
copying, bed blocks, anchor blocks,
plain window
sills, fillets etc.up to floor tw0 level,
excluding the cost of shuttering
centering
and finishing

U
N
I

4.2
.1.
1

M-25 grade concrete

4.1
/45

providing in laying in posiition


cement concrete of specified grade
excluding the

25

RE
M
AR
K

ESTIMATING OF SUMP WELL 200KL CAPA


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Sr.No.

ITEM NO.
1

2.8/23

4.1/45
4.1.2.2.

5.7/66

4.2/45

Particular / Item

Earth work in excavation by mechanical mean/manual means in


foundation
tranches or drains (not exceeding 1.5 m in width or 10 sqm on
plan) including
dressing of sides and ramming of bottoms lift up to 1.5 m includ
getting out
the excavated soil and disposal of surplus excavated soil as
directed with in a
lead 50 m (no extra lift is payable if work is done by mechanical
means

providing in laying in posiition cement concrete of specified grad


excluding th
cost of centering and shuttering - all work up to plinth leveL
nominal mix 1:3:6 grade stone aggregate (M-10)

R.C.C work (with 20 mm nominal size graded stone aggregate) i


well- steining
excluding the cost of centering shuttering finishing and r/f in M-2
grade conc.
Providing and laying cement concrete in retaining wall, return
walls,walls (any
thikness) including atteched pilasters, columns , pillars, post,
struts, buttresses,
string lacing coureses, parapets, copying, bed blocks, anchor
blocks, plain window
sills, fillets etc.up to floor tw0 level, excluding the cost of
shuttering centering
and finishing
4.2.1.1 - M-25 grade concrete

providing in laying in posiition cement concrete of specified grad


excluding the
cost of centering and shuttering - all work up to plinth level
M-25 grade concrete top slab @16cm thick
a) Deduction of Manhole
b) Deduction of air bend total slab

12mm cement plaster of mix


1:4 (1cement : 4 sand)
a) cylendrical wall
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b) slab
c) base finishing

10.1/178

structural steel work in singal section fixed with or without


connecting plate
including cutting, hoisting fixing in position and applying a primi
coat of
approved steel primer all complete(horizontal )
a)inner side up to 1.1 m
no- (1100/140)+1
8mm@140mm c/c
b)inner side above 1.1
(no.-(2200/160)
8mm@160mm c/c

c)outer side

10

10.1/178

10.1/178

structural steel work in singal section fixed with or without


connecting plate
including cutting, hoisting fixing in position and applying a prim
coat of
approved steel primer all complete(VERTICAL )
a)inner side
(3.14x9)/.20)+1
8mm@200mm c/c
b)outer side
(3.14x9.4)/0.2)+1

structural steel work in singal section fixed with or without


connecting plate
including cutting, hoisting fixing in position and applying a prim
coat of
approved steel primer all complete(IN BASE SLAB )
8mm@200mm c/c
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
28

,,
,,
,,

11

10.1/178

structural steel work in singal section fixed with or without


connecting plate
including cutting, hoisting fixing in position and applying a prim
coat of
approved steel primer all complete(IN TOP SLAB )
10mm@105mm c/c

,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,
10mm@55mm c/c
,,
,,
,,
,,
,,

12

5.9/66
5.9.15

5.9.3

centering & shuttering including strutting,propping etc. and


removal of form for
Extra for shuttering in circular work or any other geometrical
shape
(20% of respective centring and shuttering item)
for outside
for inside

suspended floors, roofs, landing, balconies and access platform


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for top slab


for face of slab

13

structural steel work riveted, bolted, or welded in built up


section,trusses and
framed work including cutting, hoisting, fixing in position and
applying a priming
coat of approved steel primer all completed
I.S.A-30X30X5

NOTE-USE STANDARD SCHEDULE OF RATE FOR BUILDING W


FOR COSTING OF ESTIMATE

DRAWING OF SUMP WELL 200KL CAPACITY


AT NRI CAMPUS RAISEN ROAD (BPL)

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DESIGN OF SUMP WELL 200KL CAPACITY AT


NRI CAMPUS RAISEN ROAD (BPL)

CAPACITY CALCULATION
Assuming dia of tank
Required capacity of tank

=9.0 m
= 200 KL
2
=200/(0.785 x 9

Height of tank (h)


=3.1m
Free board
(h)

= 0.20 m
--------------------= 3.3m

DESIGN OF ROOFTOP SLAB


Thickness 160 mm
concrete strength M-25
Self wt.
= 0.160 x 2500 = 400 kg/m2
Live load
= 400 kg/m2
--------------------= 800 kg/m2
circular slab of CL dia 9 m
2
Moment in slab at support = ----- x w x r2
16
2
= ----- x 800 x 4.52
16
= 2025 kg.m
or
Mu

= 29.80 KN.m

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Say Mu=30KN.m
1
Moment in slab at center = ----- x w x r2
16
1
= ----- x 800 x 4.52
16
= 9.93 kg.m
or
Mu = 14.89 KN.m
Say Mu =15KN.m

DESIGN CONSTANT
M-25
AND
fe-415
M=280/3 cbc =
280 /3X8.5
m=10.98
m cbc
10.98 8.5
n= -------------------= -------------------- =0.384

+s
m
cbc
10.98 8.5+150
n

j=1- -------3 3

Ast at corner =

0.384
= 1- ---------=0.384

M
--------------s j d

30 10^6
------------------------- = 1433.48mm2
150 0.872 160

=1435 mm2

Ast at center =

M
------------------s j d

15 10^6
= ---------------------150 0.872 160
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=716.473mm2 718 mm2

Use 10mm dia bar


0.785101000
Spacing at corner bar =--------------------- =55 mm
1435

Spacing at centre bar =0.785101000/718

= 109.34mm

105mm

Provide 160 mm thick slab with 10 mm @ 55 mm c/c bothway bars in bottom


of slab& 10 mm @ 105 mm c/c. radial & circular bars on top at support up to
1000 mm

DESIGN OF CYLINDRICAL WALL( Concrete strength M : 25 )


Refer table 9 & 10 of IS : 3370 ( part IV )
H = height of wall = 3.3 m
D = diameter of tank at mid height= 9.0 m
t = Thick ness of wall = 0.20 m
H
3.3
---- = ---------- = 6.05
D.t 9 x 0.20
Hoop tension = coeff. w.H.R = coeff. 1000 x 3.3 x 4.5 = coeff . 14850 kg/m
Hoop tension & reinforcement at various levels are given below
Depth from coeff. Tension steel req. steel provided
remark
Top kg/m cm2on both face
0.10 H
0.103
1530
1.02
as per IS
0.20 H
0.223
3312
2.21
8 mm @ 200 c/ccode 456
0.30 H
0.343
5094
3.40
8 mm @ 200 c/cshow not
0.40 H
0.463
6876
4.58
8 mm @ 190 c/cmore thn
0.50 H
0.566
8405
5.60
8 mm @ 160 c/c200mmc/c
0.60 H
0.639
9490
6.32
8 mm @ 140 c/chenceprov
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0.70 H
0.80 H
0.90 H

0.643
0.547
0.327

9549
8123
4856

6.36
5.42
3.23

8 mm @ 140 c/c8 @ 200 mm


8 mm @ 140 c/cc/c
8 mm @ 140 c/c

9549
Tesile stress = ------------------------- = 4.64 kg/cm2 < 13 kg / cm2
20 x 100 + 8 x 7.18

Moment on wall
Refer IS 3370 ( part IV ) table 12
At base

Moment = 0.0187 x 1000 x 3.3= 203.64 kg.m / m


= 204 kg.m / m
Provide thickness 20 cm over all & 16 cm effective
620 x 100
Ast = ------------------------------ = .97 cm2 / m
0.87 x 1500 x 16
2
Ast 1 c m /m

Provide 8 mm bars @ 200 mm c/c vertical on inner face.


& Also Provide 8 mm bars @ 200 mm c/c vertical on outer face.
The tank is empty and full earth from out side
The tank is 3.0 m below G.L.
1-sin 30
Earth Pr. = __________ x 3.0 x 1800 = 1800 Kg.
1+sin 30
Compression = 1800 x 2.04 = 3672 Kg/m
3672
Stress = _________ = 1.83 Kg/cm2 < 60 Kg/cm2
20 x100
The pr. is very less (Safe)

DESIGN OF BASE SLAB :


The base slab is rested on good hard strata & it is only 3.50 m
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below ground level. No effective load is to be resisted by floor slab. Hence


Provide 200 mm th. base slab. with 8 mm @ 200 mm both ways on both faces.

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Abstract of Cost of Pump House at NRI


Campus,Bhopal
(Use SOR of MP PWD for Building Works in force from August 1st,
2014 )
S.N
No Quant Uni Rate/U Cost(R Rema
o
Item
s.
ity
t
nit
s.)
rk

Boring and Cast Insitu of


piles
300mm dia

15

rm

1078

16170

a) Bulb

eac
h

805

3220

1st class brick work with


1:6
cement mortar

6.744

5821

39431.
5

8.16

174

1419.8
4

Form work for plinth


Beam

Form work for column

8.64

356

3075.8
4

Form work for Slab


Beam

10.56

227

2397.1
2

Form work for Slab

12.168

264

3212.3
5

M20 Concrete for plinth


Beam

8.16

5202

42448.
3

M20 Concrete for


column

0.432

5202

2247.2
6

M20 Concrete for Slab


Beam

0.816

5284

4311.7
4

10

M20 Concrete for Slab

1.55

5284

8190.2

11

Gravel feeling inground


level
to plinth level

3.15

471

1483.6
5

12

M-20 grade concrete for


base
plinth level

0.9

4933

4439.7

12

12mm thick Plaster of


1:4

99.92

110

10991.
2

12

Steel Work in Slab

110.78

kg

65.3

7233.9
3

13

Steel Work In Slab Beam

19.59
37

kg

65.3

5116.8
8

65.3

7390.6
5

14

Steel work in Column

28.295

kg

ESTIMATION OF PUMP HOUSE AT NRI CAMPUS


S.n
o
1

Particular/item
boring and cast in situ of
piles
300mm dia
a)bulb provided

1st class brick work with


1:6
cement mortar
(a) Deduction for
ventilation
(b)Deduction for window
(c) Deduction for door
1st class brick work with
1:6
cement mortar(plinth level

Un
it

No
s

rm

eac
h

0.2

2.7

6.42

m
m
m

3
1
1

0.5
0.9
1.2

0.2
0.2
0.2

0.3
0.9
2.1

-0.09
-0.162
-0.504

0.2

0.45

1.08

38

L(m
)

B(
m)

H/D(
m)

Quanti
ty

3.75

15

Rema
rk

to
ground level)
4

Form work for plinth beam

3.4

0.3

6.744
8.16

form work for column

16

2.7

8.64

form work for slab beam


a) for beam bottam
b)for beam side

m
m

4
8

3
3.4

0.2
3

2.4
8.16
10.56

3.6

0.1

1.44

3.6

0.12

1.728
12.16
8

M20 concrete for Plinth


Beam

3.4

0.2

0.3

0.816

M20 grade concrete for


column

0.2

0.2

2.7

0.432

10

M20 Grade concrete fo


Slab Beam

3.4

0.2

0.3

0.816

11

M-20 grade concrete for


slab @
120 mm thick

3.6

3.6

0.12

1.55

12

Gravel feeling in ground


level to
plinth level

0.35

3.15

13

M-20 grade concrete for


base
of plinth level

0.1

0.9

m
m

1
4

3
3.6

3
0.22

14

Form work for slab


a) slab form work inside
the wall
b) slab form work out side
the
wall
c) form work for slab sides

1:4 mortar 12mm thick


plater
work
a)Plaster in slab
i) Inner Slab
ii) Outer Slab

39

9
3.168

b) Plaster in Wall
i) Outer side
m

3.6

57.6

1.2

2.1

36
105.76
8
-5.04

0.9

0.9

b) bentup bar in main steel


c) straight bar in
distribution
d) bentup bar in
Distribution

kg

17

kg

16

kg

19

e) Torsional Steel

kg

16

kg

ii)Anchor bar of 10mm dia

kg

iii) Stirrups of 8mm dia

kg

kg

18

kg

ii) Inner side

c) Deduction for Door


d) Deduction for Window

15

16

17

Steel work in slab


a) straight bar in main
steel
3.5
84
3.6
8
3.5
84
3.6
8
0.6
6

0.395

24.06

0.395

23.25

0.395

26.89

0.395

26.16

0.395

10.42
110.78

0.89

6.29

0.62

4.38

0.395

8.92
19.59

0.89

22

0.395

4.12

0.395

2.175
28.295

0.89

6.29

0.62

4.38

0.395

6.34

Steel work in Slab Beam


i) Main bar of 12mm dia

Steel work in column


i) longitudnal Bar for
12mm Dia
ii) Outer Ties of 8mm dia
300mmkg
iii) Inner Ties

18

-0.81
99.918

10
kg

10

ii) Anchor Bar of 10mm dia

kg

iii)Stirups of 8mm dia

kg

kg

13

3.5
4
3.5
4
1.2
54

3.1
1.0
54
0.5
5

Steel Work in Plinth beam


i) Main bar of 12mm dia

40

3.5
4
3.5
4
1.2
54

17.01

19

Steel work in Pile


i) longitudnal bar of 12mm
dia
ii) ties of 8mm dia 300mm
c/c

kg

kg

20

4.1
1.2
3

0.89

21.89

0.395

9.76
31.65

DRAWING OF PUMP HOUSE

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DESIGN OF PUMP HOUSE

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DESIGN OF SLAB (PUMP HOUSE)


Slab size = 3mx3m
Use M-20 Concrete and Fe-415 Steel
Ly/lx = 3/3 = 1<2 hence this is a two way slab
l/d = 25 = 3000/25 = 120mm
d= 120 - 15 4 = 101mm
(assuming clear cover as 15mm & 8mm dia)
Effective Span
Effective span in X direction
1-Centre to centre = 3.0 + 0.2 = 3.2m
2-Clear span + Effective depth = 3.2 + 0.101
Lx = 3.301 = 3.3m
Similarly effective span in Y direction
Ly = 3.3m
Design Load (Wu)
Self weight of salb = 0.12 x 1 x 25 = 3kN/m
Finishing load
= 1kN/m
Live load
= 2kN/m
Total load
= kN/m
Factored/Design load = 6x1.5 = 9kN/m
Since the slab is supported on all four sidesand its corners are
held down.

Design Moment & Shear


Ly/lx = 3.3/3.3 = 1
Simply supported
Lx = 0.062
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Ly = 0.062
Mux = lx Wu lx
= 0.062 x 9.0 x (3.3)
= 6.07 kN-m
Mxy = ly Wu lx
= 0.062 x 9.0 x 3.3
= 6.07 kN-m
Vu = Wlx (r/2+r)
= 9x3.3 (1/2+1)
= 9.9 Kn
Maximum Depth Required (d.req)
dreq = Mu/Rub
Ru = 0.138 fck for M-25 cmc
Ru = 3.45
= 6.07 x 10/ 3.45 x 1000
= 41.949 <101mm
dreq = 41.949 <dassumed . Hence OK
Design of Main Reinforcement
Along shorter span in X-direction(middle strip):
Width of middle strip = x ly
= x x3.3
= 2.47
Mu = 0.87 fyAst x d [1- Astfy/bdfck]
6.07 x 10 = 0.87 x 415 x Ast x 100 (1- 415x Ast/1000x100x25)
Ast = 173 mm = 175mm
Use 8mm bar
Spacing = 1000x A/Ast
= 1000 x 50.3/ 175
= 287.42 = 285mm (spacing is less than 3d and 300mm)
Provide 8mm @ 200mm c/c (Restricted from IS 456:2000)
Ast min = (0.12/100) x 1000 x 120 = 144mm
Ast provided = 1000x50.3/ 285 =178.24 say 180mm > 144mm. Hence OK

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Along longer span in Y-direction(middle strip):


Width of middle strip = lx
= 3/4x3.3 = 2.475m
Effective depth along y direction
d= 101-4-4 = 93
Find Ast
6.07x10 = 0.87x415xAstx93(1-415xAst/1000x93x25)
Ast = 187.01mm = 190mm >Ast min
Use 8mm bar
Spacing = 1000x50.3/190 = 264.73 = 260mm(spacing is less than 3d and
300mm)
Provide 8mm bars @ 200mm c/c
(Restricted from IS 456:2000)
Reinforcement in edge strip
As min = 144mm
Using 8mm bars
Spacing = 1000x50.3/144 = 349.3 (spacing is less than 5d and 450mm)
Using 8mm bars @ 300mm c/c in the edge strip
Check for shear
Nominal shear stresss = v = Vu/bd
= v = 9900/1000x101 = 0.09N/mm
Pt = 100Ast/bd
Pt = 100x180/1000x101 = 0.17 %
For Pt = 0.17 and M-25 conc table 5.5
c = 0.29 + 0.36-0.29/0.25-0.15x(0.17-0.15)
= 0.304 N/mm
For 120mm thickness of slab K = 1.30 from table 5.6
c = 0.304x1.30 = 0.395 N/mm >c
Shear Reinforcement is not required

Check for Deflection


Pt = 0.17%
45

Fs = 0.58fy[Astreq/Ast provided]
= 0.58x415 [175/180]
= 234.01 N/mm
For Pt = 0.17%
Fs = 234 N/mm from
Kt = 1.9
(l/d)max = 20x1.9 = 38
(l/d)provided = 3300/101 = 32.6
(l/d)max > (l/d)provided. Hence OK
Torsional reinforcement at corner
Mesh Size = lx/5 = 3.3/5 = 0,66m
Area of torsional r/f
= 3/4x185 = 135mm = 140
Using 8mm bar
Ad = /4 x 8 = 50.3
Spacing = 1000x 50.3/140 = 359mm > 300mm
Provide 8mm mesh of bars @300mm c/c in a mesh.

DRAWING OF SLAB (PUMP HOUSE)

46

DESIGN OF BEAM
Given data
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Length = 3 m
Wight = 5.6 KN
B=200
Assume grade of concrete M20 & Fe415 steel

STEP-1

Effective depth(d)Doverall clear cover =

300 40 = 260
Effective depth deff = 260 mm

STEP- 2 Effective span (L. eff.)


a

Leff= clear span + support/2 + support/2

Leff = 3+ .2/2 +.2/2


Leff = lo = 3.2 m = 3200 mm
b

Leff= clear span + deff


= 3 + .26 =3.26m

Adopt Lef = 3.26m

STEP-3 Load calculation


Imposed load = 5.62 kN/m
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Dead load = 0.2 X 0.3 X 25 X 1 X 1 = 1.5 KN/m


im+DL = 5.62+1.5 = 4KN/m
Total Load = 4.8 KN/m

STEP-4 Moment calculation


Mu= 7.75 X 3.26 /8
Mu =10.29 KN M

STEP-5 Calculate req.depth(dreq)


dreq=

M
R.b

= 10.29 X 10 6 /(0.9 X 200)


=237.77 260
dreq dassume
Eff. Depth=d=300-25-8-14/2
=260 mm
Taking 25mm as clear cover 8 mm where stirrups and
14 mm as the main bar

STEP-6 Area of steel R/F


M
Ast =

---------------

10.29 10
= -------------------------- = 191.93 mm2
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st j d

230 0.9 260

192

Minimum area of R/F


(Asmin/bd) = (0.85/Fy)

(Asmin/200 x 260) = (0.85/415)

Asmin = 106.5 mm

STEP-7

Ast>Asmin

(Hence OK)

No. of bars

Provide of bar = 12 mm
Area of bar = (/4 x 12 ) = 113.09 mm
No. of bars = 422.02/113 = 1.69 2 bars
Provide 2 no. of 12 mm

Check for shear


Max shear force = v
V = wl/2
Nominal shear stress =v
v = VU/bd = (1290)/(2 x 200 x 260)
(Vu = Wuleff/2)
v = 0.024 N/mm
c max = 1.8 N/mm for M-20 concrete
v c max

HENCE OK

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STEP-8 Percentage of steel


Pt = (Ast/bd) X 100 = ( 308 /200X260) X 100 = 0.595%
Pt = 0.60 %
c=0.30+(0.36 - 0.30)/(0.750.50)X(0.600.25)=0.37 N/mm
(From IS 456: 2000

page no. 73

v c

(Hence SAFE)

hence shear r/f is not required however nominal shear r/f is to


be provided as per code
provided 8 mm 2 legged vertical stirrups made plain mild
steel (fe-250)
Asu = 2X/4X8 = 100.53 mm
Sv = 0.87 Asufy/0.46
= 273.31
280

Check for maximum spacing


1) 0.75d = 0.75X269 =194.25
200

2) 300
Provided 8 mm 2 legged stirrups @ 200 mm c/c through out the
length at the beam.

STEP-10 Check for Development Length


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M1= stAstJd
= 230x308x0.9X260= 16576560N
(Ast Available at supports is 308 mm as no bar is bentup)
M1 = 16576560N
V=1.29
L=8 = 8x12 =96mm
bd= 0.8N/mm
For HYSD Bars
bd = 0.8x1.7 = 1.36
Development Length (Ld)
Ld= (st/4bd)

Where, st = 230 &bd = 1.6 N/mm

(From IS 456:2000 page no. 82 & 43)


Ld = (12 X230/4X 1.36) = 507.3 mm
M1/V + Ld=16576560/1290 +96
= 12946.04mm
(M/V + Lo) >Ld (Hence SAFE)

DESIGN SUMMARY
Size of beam = 200 mm X 300 mm
Main tensile steel = 2-14 mm HYSD bars
Stirrups = 8 2 legged @ 200 mm c/c
Clear cover = 25 mm
Hanger = 2- 12 mm

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DRAWING OF BEAM

53

DESIGN OF COLUMN

Given data
Size of column = 200 X 200 MM
LO = 3.0 M = 3000 mm
Adopt M-20 and Fy-415
fck = 20N/mm and fy = 415N/mm

Step-1 Effective length of column


both end fixed L = 0.65L
= 0.65X3 = 1.95 M
Factored load = 1.5X73
= 109.5 KN

Step-2 Slenderness ratio


Unsupported length/least lateral dimention
Leff/D = 1950/200 = 9.75 12
Hence column is design as short column

Step-3

minimum eccentricity

Emin = ((l/500)+(D/30)) or 20mm


= 10.56 or 20mm
emin= 20mm
Hence local formula for short column is applicable
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Step-4 Main steel (longitudnal r/f)


Pu = 0.4fck AC + 0.67FY AS
AC = Area of concrete
Asc = Area of steel
Ag = Gross area (200mmX200mm)
Pu = 0.4 fck Ac + 0.67 fyAsc
Ac = Ag-Asc
= 200X200 Asc
= 40000- Asc
109.5X10 = 0.4X (40000-Asc )X20+0.67X415XAsc
= 320000-8XAsc+278XAsc
109.5X10 = 320000+270Asc
Asc =779.62
=780 mm
Using 10 mm of bar A = /4X144
= 113.09
Number of bar req. = 780/113.09
= 6.89
= 8 no of bars
Provided 8-12 mm bars as shown in fig.

Step- 5 Lateral ties


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The diameter of the ties should not be less than 6mm


Using 8mm dia.of ties
The pitch of the ties should not be less than the
following
(a)
(b)
(c)

Least lateral dimension = 400 mm


16 x min = 16 x 12 = 192 mm
300 mm
Hence provide tie bar 8mm with spacing 3000

mm c/c as double ties

DRAWING OF COLUMN
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57

DESIGN OF PLINTH BEAM


Given data
b=200 mm
D=300mm
Assume grade of concrete M20 & Fe415 steel

STEP-1

Design Constant

cbc=7 N /mm

st=230 N /mm

m= 13.33
k=0.29
j=0.90
R=0.91N/mm
Assuming Effective Cover=40mm
deff = 300-40
Effective depth deff = 260 mm

STEP-2 Calculation of Total Load


Self Wt=0.2x0.3x25 = 1.5KN/m
Masnory Load = 2.7x1x0.2x19 = 10.26KN/m
Total Load =11.76 KN/m

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STEP- 3 Effective span (L. eff.)


(a)Leff= clear span + support/2 + support/2
Leff = 3+ .2/2 +.2/2
Leff = lo = 3.2 m = 3200 mm
(b)Leff= clear span + deff
= 3 + .26 =3.26m
Adopt Leff = 3.26m

STEP-4 Max Bending Moment calculation


M= wl/8 =11.76x3.2/8
M=15.05KN-m

STEP -5 Calculate Req.Depth(d

req)

dreq=

M
R.b

= 15.05 X 10 6 /(0.91 X 200)


=287.5 300
dreq dassume
Eff. Depth=d=300-25-8-12/2
=261 mm
Taking 25mm as car cover 8 mm where stirrups and
12 mm as the main bar

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STEP-6 Area of steel R/F


11.76 10

M
Ast =

---------------

= -------------------------- = 217.67 mm

st j d 230 0.9 261

Minimum area of R/F


(Asmin/bd) = (0.85/Fy)
Asmin = 106.5 mm

STEP-7

(Asmin/200 x 261) = (0.85/415)

Ast>Asmin

(Hence OK)

No. of bars

Provide of bar = 12 mm
Area of bar = (/4 x 12 ) = 113.09 mm
No. of bars = 217.67/113 = 1.69 2 bars
Provide 2 no. of 12 mm

STEP -8 Check for Shear


Maxshear force = v
V = wl/2
V=1176X3.2/2 =1882N
Nominal shear stress =v
v = VU/bd = (1882)/(200 x 261) =0.036N/mm

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v = 0.036 N/mm
c max = .62 N/mm for M-20 concrete
v c max

HENCE OK

STEP-9 Percentage of steel


Pt = (Ast/bd) X 100 = ( 226.19 /200X261) X 100 = 0.43%
Pt = 0.43 %
c=0.36 N/mm
(From IS 456: 2000

page no. 73

v c

(Hence SAFE)

hence shear r/f is not required however nominal shear r/f


is to be
provided as per code
provided 8 mm 2 legged vertical stirrups made
plain mild steel (fe-250)
Asu = 2X/4X8 = 100.53 mm
Sv = 0.87 Asufy/0.46
= 273.31
280

Check for maximum spacing


1)
2)

0.75d = 0.75X269 =194.25

200

300
Provided 8 mm 2 legged stirrups @ 200 mm c/c through out the
length at the beam.

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STEP-10 Check for development length

M1= stAstJd
= 230x226.19x261= 13578185.7 N
(Ast Available at supports is 226.19 mm as no bar is
bentup)
M1 = 13578185.7N
V=1882
L=8 = 8x12 =96mm
bd= 0.8N/mm
For HYSD Bars
bd = 0.8x2 = 1.6
Development Length (Ld)
Ld= (st/4bd)

Where, st = 230 &bd = 1.6 N/mm

(From IS 456:2000 page no. 82 & 43)


Ld = (12 X230/4X 1.6) = 431.25 mm
M1/V + Ld=13578185.7/1882 +96
= 7310.76mm

(M/V + Lo) >Ld (Hence SAFE)

DRAWING OF PLINTH BEAM


62

NOMIANL DIMENTION OF PILE FOUNDATION

63

The overall depth of the pile is 3.3m


Dia of the pile is 0.3m
Nos of piles to be provided = 4
Bulb is provided at a depth of 3m from ground level
Depth of bulb is 0.75m

CONCLUSION
64


If Sump well is
provided in our college , there will be almost no
water scarcity

Water is stored in
large quantity as compared to present scenario

The shortage of
water in hostel will be negligible

SITE PHOTO
65

REFERENCES
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Design of RCC by Ramamurtham


Design of RCC by B.C.Punmia
Estimating by B.N.Datta
Environmental Engineering by S.K Garg
For RCC design IS code 456:2000
For sump well IS code 3370 (part 4)
For costing MPPWD SOR for building work (from 1Aug
2014)
www.wikipidia.com

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