DESIGN CALCULATION

For Macro Fin Steel
Framing
A. Design Criteria
B. Structural System
C. Load Application
D. Frame Demand Forces Summary
E. Restraint Demand Force Summary
F. Check of Strength Limit State
G. Check of Serviceability Limit State
H. Appendices
a. Dead Load Calculation Sheet
b. Wind Load Calculation Sheet

80 kPa  LOAD COMBINATION o Strength Limit State Analysis  0. SDL 0.0 WL  1. TDL  Frame Self –weight.17 kPa o Provisionary Lateral Load  Wind Load. DL 0.0 TDL  DESIGN REFERENNCES o National Structural Code of the Philippines (NSCP) 2010 . WL 3.6TDL + 1.I.DESIGN CRITERIA  MATERAL PROPERTIES o Steel [Yield Strength] 248 MPa o Dowel Reinforcement Bars  Yield Strength 414 MPa  Pull-out Strength [provide]  LOAD ANALYSIS o Total Dead Load.4 TDL o Serviceability Limit State Analysis  0.834 kN  Non-structural Attachment Weight.6WL  1.9TDL + 1.

RESTRAINTS Dowel connections were assumed as pin connection based on the connection detailing . FRAME ELEMENT The Macro Fin Frame System comprises three frame group elements: Main frame (Gray).1. the diagonal bracing provide stiffness to lateral loading. generally. Secondary Frame and Diagonal Bracing – Moment Release c. o American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Manual II. FRAME RELEASES Based on connection details and frame element grouping. Moreover. The secondary frame carries and transfers load to the main frame. carries and transfers loads to assumed restraints. b.2. The main frame. STRUCTURAL SYSTEM a. Main Frame – No End Release b. Secondary Frame (Blue) and Diagonal Bracing (Green). the following end releases were imposed: b.

b. and distributed accordingly to supporting frames . . NON-STRUCTURAL ATTACHMENT LOAD Based on calculated weight of non-structural attachment -equally distributed over the area of the exposed cladding. WIND LOAD Distributed lateral wind load applied to frames based on calculated values were applied as shown in the figure in the left.III. LOAD APPLICATION a.a SDL load is applied in the gravity direction as shown in the figure on the left.

FRAME DEMAND FORCES DemandSUMMARY Envelope of the strength limit state load combinations were determined and illustrated in the figures shown below: Moment Envelope Moment Envelope Axial Envelope for for Minor Moment for Major Moment Minor Moment Demand Demand Demand Local Axial-Minor-Major Moment Values were summarized in the following tables: . IV.

Local Shear Values were summarized in the following tables: .

On the other hand F1 and F2 represent shear forces in perpendicular directions (should be added up using Pythagorean principle) . V. F3 (blue) represents axial forces on support which is either a locking force (compressive. negative). RESTRAINT DEMAND FORCES RestraintSUMMARY Reaction Envelope of the strength limit state load combinations were determined and illustrated in the figures shown below: Note: Considering output restrained forces. positive) or pulling-out force (tensile.

CHECK FOR STRENGTH LIMIT STATE A.VI. CRITICAL MAIN FRAME HORIZONTAL MEMBER .

B. CRITICAL MAIN FRAME VERTICAL MEMBER .

C. CRITICAL SECONDARY FRAME MEMBER .

CRITICAL DIAGONAL FRAME MEMBER E.D. CHECK FOR SHEAR AT DOWEL CONNECTION .

2 kg or 334.743 kN Using a 12 mm in diameter bar with Fy = 414 MPa. the shear capacity was calculated as: ф V =1.493 kN or 152.7222=3. Pull-out capacity based from actual testing for specified embedment = [provide] 152.0∗0.4032 +3.734 Therefore. Considering the most critical dowel bar based from presented tabulated joint demands: Vux = 0.09 F. DCR = =0.09 kN 4 1000 3.722 kN V = √ Vux2 +Vuy 2 V = √ 0. DCR = PROVIDE = N/A .0∗0.133 28. CHECK FOR PULL-OUT AT DOWEL CONNECTION Considering the most critical dowel bar based from presented tabulated joint demands: Pull-out Force = 1.6∗π x 12 414 фV = x =28.86 lbs.2 kg Therefore.403 kN Vuy = 3.6∗As∗Fy 2 1.

58 m 0 m TLL L/36 3.58 m TLL 0 m 0.0TDL L/36WL 3.6TDL + 1. CANTILEVER STIFFNESS (LATERAL) L = 2 x 550 mm = Load Pattern Allowable Deflection1100 mm L/12 9.17 m TDL 0 m TDL + L/24 4. CHECK FOR SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE A.6TDL + 1.05 m WL TLL 0 m .05 m 0 m 0.17 m 0 m TDL + TLL L/24 4. CANTILEVER STIFFNESS (VERTICAL) L = 2 x 550 mm = Load 1100 mm Pattern Allowable Deflection TDL L/12 9.0TDL WL WL B. VII.

03 m TLL 0 m 0.03 m TDL 0 m TDL + L/24 6.0TDL WL WL .04 m TLL 0 m L/36 4. A.6TDL + 1. SIMPLY SUPPORTED STIFFNESS (LATERAL) L = 1450 mm Load Pattern Allowable Deflection L/12 12.

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