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Assumed Safe bearing capacity 200

Joint

Story Load Case/Combo Pu, kN P, kN Area Size, m

Label

Ground 42 UDCon2 132 88 0.44 0.66

Ground 44 UDCon2 237 158 0.79 0.89

Ground 46 UDCon2 243 162 0.81 0.90

Ground 48 UDCon2 262 174 0.87 0.93

Ground 50 UDCon2 767 511 2.56 1.60

Ground 52 UDCon2 669 446 2.23 1.49

Ground 54 UDCon2 988 659 3.29 1.82

Ground 56 UDCon2 1325 884 4.42 2.10

Ground 58 UDCon2 989 660 3.30 1.82

Ground 60 UDCon2 1056 704 3.52 1.88

Ground 62 UDCon2 1217 811 4.06 2.01

Ground 64 UDCon2 1077 718 3.59 1.89

Ground 66 UDCon2 627 418 2.09 1.45

Ground 68 UDCon2 899 599 3.00 1.73

Ground 70 UDCon2 598 398 1.99 1.41

Ground 72 UDCon2 653 436 2.18 1.48

Ground 74 UDCon2 698 465 2.33 1.53

Ground 76 UDCon2 1508 1005 5.03 2.24

Ground 77 UDCon2 1591 1060 5.30 2.30

Ground 80 UDCon2 1058 705 3.53 1.88

Ground 82 UDCon2 366 244 1.22 1.10

Ground 84 UDCon2 353 236 1.18 1.09

Ground 86 UDCon2 341 227 1.14 1.07

Ground 88 UDCon2 368 245 1.23 1.11

Ground 90 UDCon2 645 430 2.15 1.47

Ground 92 UDCon2 1013 676 3.38 1.84

Ground 94 UDCon2 671 447 2.24 1.50

Ground 96 UDCon2 293 195 0.98 0.99

Ground 98 UDCon2 274 183 0.91 0.96

Ground 100 UDCon2 257 171 0.86 0.93

Ground 102 UDCon2 286 190 0.95 0.98

DESIGN OF ISOLATED FOOTING

Client: Date:

Designed By: Building Type:

Footing F5 Location:

Input Load Combination: 1.5DL + 1.5LL

Width along x, a 500 mm x-direction

Width along y, b 500 mm y-direction

2

Grade of concrete,fck = 20 N/mm Pu (kN) Mux(kNm) Muy (kNm)

2

Grade of steel, fy = 500 N/mm 1590 0 0

Clear cover 50 mm P (kN) Mx(kNm) My (kNm)

2

Safe bearing pressure 200 kN/m 1060.00 0.00 0.00

Loading condition Normal ey = 0.000 m

2

Safe bearing pressure for given loading 200 kN/m ex = 0.000 m

Quick Check

Calculated length 2.41 m Suggested Length 2.5 m (X-dimension)

Calculated width 2.41 m Suggested width 2.5 m (Y-dimension)

Pressure at corner points

at (-1.25,1.25) = 169.60 OK at (1.25,1.25) = 169.60 OK

at (-1.25,-1.25) = 169.60 OK at (1.25,-1.25) = 169.60 OK

Check for development length: OK Check for bearing pressure: SAFE

Check for X-direction Check for Y-direction

Required d for moment 218.68 mm Required d for moment 219

Provide D 500.00 mm Provide D 500.00

Diameter of bars 12 mm Diameter of bars 12

Calculated Spacing 160 mm Calculated Spacing 160

Provided spacing 100 mm Provided spacing 100

Check for two way shear SAFE Check for two way shear SAFE

Check for one way shear SAFE Check for one way shear SAFE

Calculations

2

Area of footing required, LB 5.83 m

a-b = 0 mm

2 = 0 Ref. S.N Sinha

L= 2.41 m Provide 2.5 m

B= 2.41 m Provide 2.5 m

2

Area provided = 6.25 m

4

Moment of Inertia about X axix, Ix = 3.26 m

4

Moment of Inertia about Y axix, Iy = 3.26 m

= + +

2

At x = -L/2 = -1.25 y = -B/2 = -1.25 p= 169.60 kN/m OK

2

x = L/2 = 1.25 y = -B/2 = -1.25 p= 169.60 kN/m OK

2

x = L/2 = 1.25 y = B/2 = 1.25 p= 169.60 kN/m OK

2

x = -L/2 = -1.25 y = B/2 = 1.25 p= 169.60 kN/m OK

Calculation for X-direction

2

254.40 kN/m

1.50 m 1.00 m

254.40

Reinforcement index 0.133

Minimum depth, d 219 mm

Provide overall depth, D 500 mm approx three times calculated value

Assume diameter of bar 12 mm

Effective depth d 432 mm

0.68158

2

Ast required 705.752 mm

2

Ast minimum 518.4 mm

Spacing 160.25 mm Provide 100 mm c/c

2

Area of steel provided 1130.97 mm and pt = 0.26%

Provide 12 mm dia bars @ 100 mm c/c at bottom (Parallel to X)

Check for two way shear:

Critical Section in two way shear

The critical section for the two way

shear occurs at a distance of d/2 2

a+d = 932 mm 1

b+d = 932 mm 0.5

2

Punching area = 0.87 m 0

Punching perimeter = 3.728 m -2.00 -1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00

-0.5

-1

Factored pressure at corners

2 -1.5

at (-0.466,-0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2 -2

at (0.466,-0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

at (0.466,0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

at (-0.466,0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

Average factored upward pressure = 254.4 kN/m

Punching shear force = Factored load - factored upward pressure x punching area

1369.02 kN

2

Therefore, Nominal punching shear stress, = 0.85 N/mm Ref. IS 456: 2000, Cl. 31.6.1

2

Allowable shear stress = 1.12 N/mm SAFE

Where, ks = 1

= 1.12 N/mm

2

Check for one way shear:

The critical section for one way shear occurs at a distance "d" from the face of the column.

= 0.568 m from edge of the fooring

2

Factored upward stress at that point = 254.4 kN/m

2

Average upward stress 254.4 kN/m

Total shear force along the critical section = 361.248 kN

2

Nominal shear stress 0.33 N/mm

Percentage of steel, pt 0.26%

= 8.99

2

Design shear stress, = 0.36 N/mm

SAFE

2

254.40 kN/m

1.50 m 1.00 m

254.40

Reinforcement index 0.133

Minimum depth, d 219 mm

Provide overall depth, D 500 mm approx three times calculated value

Assume diameter of bar 12 mm

Effective depth d 432 mm

0.682

2

Ast required 705.752 mm

2

Ast minimum 518.4 mm

Spacing 160.25 mm Provide 100 mm c/c

2

Area of steel provided 1130.97 mm and pt = 0.26%

Provide 12 mm dia bars @ 100 mm c/c at bottom (Parallel to X)

Check for two way shear:

The critical section for the two way Critical Section in two way shear

shear occurs at a distance of d/2 2

from the face of the column 1.5

a+d = 932 mm

1

b+d = 932 mm

2 0.5

Punching area = 0.87 m

Punching perimeter = 3.728 m 0

-2.00 -1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00

-0.5

Factored pressure at corners -1

2

at (-0.466,-0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

-1.5

at (0.466,-0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2 -2

at (0.466,0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

at (-0.466,0.466) = 254.40 kN/m

2

Average factored upward pressure = 254.4 kN/m

Punching shear force = Factored load - factored upward pressure x punching area

1369.02 kN

2

Therefore, Nominal punching shear stress, = 0.85 N/mm

2

Allowable shear stress = 1.12 N/mm SAFE Ref. IS 456: 2000, Cl. 31.6.1

Where, ks = 1

= 1.12 N/mm

2

The critical section for one way shear occurs at a distance "d" from the face of the column.

= 0.568 m from edge of the fooring

2

Factored upward stress at that point = 254.4 kN/m

2

Average upward stress 254.4 kN/m

Total shear force along the critical section = 361.248 kN

2

Nominal shear stress 0.33 N/mm

Percentage of steel, pt 0.26%

= 8.99

2

Design shear stress, = 0.36 N/mm

SAFE

Check for development Length

Sufficient development length should be available for the reinforcement from the critical section.

2 2

= 1.92 N/mm = 434.783 N/mm

Ld = 679 mm

The total length available from the critical section = 0.5(L - a)- Cover 950 mm

OK

Check for bearing stress

2

A1 = 6.25 m 2

2 2

A2 = 0.25 m = 18 N/mm

2

6.36 N/mm SAFE

Annex-2: Slab Design

SLAB DESIGN SHEET

Shorter Length, Lx = 6.50 m Axn = 0.057

Longer Length, Ly = 7.50 m Ayp = 0.035

Floor Finish Load, FF = 1 KN/m2 Ayn = 0.047

Two Adjacent Edges Discontinuous Ly/Lx = 1.15 (Two way)

Depth of Slab = 150 mm Effective Depth, d = 125

Clear Cover = 20 mm Span/Effective depth = 52

Bar Diameter = 10 mm Grade of Concrete = M25

Total Dead Load = 4.75 KN/m2 Grade of Steel = Fe500

2

Factored Design Load = 14.63 KN/m Depth of Slab for Shear Force:

Max. Shear Force, Vu = w*Lx/2 = 47.53 KN c = 0.53

Mx Positive = 26 k= 1.3

Mx Negative = 35 cmax = 3.1

My Positive = 22 v = 0.38 OK

My Negative = 29

Depth of Slab for Maximum Moment:

Area of Steel Calculation: Mu = 4E+07 Nmm

Short Span Eff. Depth required = 101.16 OK

2

Bottom Steel for Positive Moment 532 mm 10 mm @ 148 mm c/c

2

Top Steel for Negative Moment 736 mm 10 mm @ 107 mm c/c

Long Span

2

Bottom Steel for Positive Moment 427 mm 10 mm @ 184 mm c/c

2

Top Steel for Negative Moment 590 mm 10 mm @ 133 mm c/c

2

Minimum Area of Steel, Ast,min = 180 mm

Maximum Spacing = 300 mm

Hence provide : 10 mm @ 100 mm c/c

Due to secondary beams, moment on slab will be reduced which is checked using CSI SAFE Software.

SLAB DESIGN SHEET

Annex-3: Column Design

Design of RCC Rectangular Columns

Project :

Col Id :

Width Depth Leff (width) Leff (depth) Conc Grade Reinf Grade Clear Cover

Leff/B Leff/D

mm mm m m N/mm2 N/mm2 mm

500 500 4.2 4.2 25 500 40 8.40 8.40

Dia (mm) # of Bars Along Total #s Area %age @ width @ depth

Main Ties Width Depth cm2 mm mm

20 10 4 4 12 37.68 1.508 % 113.33 113.33

Axial (Kn) Bending Moment (Kn-m) @ width @ depth

( Pu ) ( Mub ) ( Mud ) ( Meb ) ( Med )

4.26 4.26

170.00 229.00 37.00

Type @ width @ depth 1105.99

Initial 229.00 37.00

Ecc 4.26 4.26 Moment Capacity

Slenderness 0.00 0.00 @ width @ depth

Final 229.00 37.00 384.83 384.83

500 X 500 Column with reinf 229.00 37.00 = 0.69 < 1.0

+

12 Nos 20 dia @ 1.508 % is 384.83 384.83 Safe

SAFE

Project

Job Number

Engineer

SAP2000

Indian IS 456-2000 COLUMN SECTION DESIGN Type: Ductile Frame Units: KN, m, C (Flexural

Details)

L=4.000

Element : 1027 B=0.500 D=0.500 dc=0.064

Station Loc : 0.000 E=25000000.0 fc=25000.000 Lt.Wt. Fac.=1.000

Section ID : C500X500-M25 fy=500000.000 fys=500000.000

Combo ID : DCON20 RLLF=1.000

Gamma(Concrete): 1.500

Gamma(Steel) : 1.150

AXIAL FORCE & BIAXIAL MOMENT DESIGN FOR Pu, Mu2, Mu3

Rebar Rebar Design Design Design

Area % Pu Mu2 Mu3

0.003 1.228 170.583 229.170 -37.183

Non-Sway Sway Factored

Mns Ms Mu

Major Bending(M3) -7.157 -30.026 -37.183

Minor Bending(M2) 13.471 215.699 229.170

Slenderness Effects (IS 39.7.1) and Minimum Biaxial Moments (IS 39.2, 25.4)

EndMoment EndMoment Initial k*Ma Minimum Minimum

Mu1 Mu2 Moment Moment Moment Eccentrcty

Major Bending(M3) -37.183 -9.390 -26.066 0.000 4.208 0.025

Minor Bending(M2) 229.170 100.766 177.808 0.000 4.208 0.025

K K Framing P-Delta Q K

Sway No-Sway Type Done? Factor Used

Major Bending(M3) 1.779 0.762 Ductile Yes 1.000 1.000

Minor Bending(M2) 1.919 0.783 Ductile Yes 1.000 1.000

Ag Asc Puz Pb Pu k

0.250 0.003 3963.607 1060.913 170.583 1.000

Consider Length Section KL/Depth KL/Depth KL/Depth Ma

Ma Factor Depth Ratio Limit Exceeded Moment

Major(M3) Yes 1.000 0.500 8.000 12.000 No 0.000

Minor(M2) Yes 1.000 0.500 8.000 12.000 No 0.000

Annex-4: Beam Design

DESIGN OF RECTANGULAR BEAM

Client: Date:

Designed By: Building Type: Commercial

Input

Width of beam, b 300 mm Mu = 212 kNm

Depth of beam, D 600 mm Vu = 181 kN

Clear cover 25 mm Tu = 21 kNm

Stirrups size 8 mm Stress-Strain Data

Bar size 12 mm Strain Stress

Effective depth 561 mm 0.00174 347.8

2

Grade of concrete,fck = 25 N/mm 0.00195 369.6

2

Grade of steel, fy = 500 N/mm 0.00226 391.3

Calculation for Moment 0.00277 413

2

Ast, min 287 mm 0.00312 423.9

xu, max/d 0.46 0.00417 434.8

Mu, lim 315 kNm

Type of Section SRS Singly Reinforced Section

2

Area of tension reinforcement, Ast 984 mm

Area of compression reinforcement 0 mm2

Provide 20 mm dia. 4 nos. bars. tension reinforcement 1257 OK

Provide 12 mm dia. 3 nos. bars. comp. reinforcement 339 OK

% of tension reinforcement 0.698%

Equivalent Shear 293 kN

2

Nominal shear stress, 1.63 N/mm

= 4.21

2

Design shear stress, = 0.56 N/mm

Hence, shear reinforcement is to be provided for a shear force of

(1.63 - 0.56) 300 x 600 = 192600 N

2

Assuming 8 2-legged stirrups, Asv = 101 mm

120 mm c/c

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Project

Job Number

Engineer

SAP2000

Indian IS 456-2000 BEAM SECTION DESIGN Type: Ductile Frame Units: KN, m, C (Flexural

Details)

L=6.500

Element : 1114 D=0.600 B=0.300 bf=0.300

Station Loc : 6.500 ds=0.000 dct=0.060 dcb=0.060

Section ID : B300X600-M25 E=25000000.0 fc=25000.000 Lt.Wt. Fac.=1.000

Combo ID : DCON3 fy=500000.000 fys=500000.000

Gamma(Concrete): 1.500

Gamma(Steel) : 1.150

Required +veMoment -veMoment RegularMin SeismicMin

Rebar Rebar Rebar Rebar Rebar

Top (+2 Axis) 0.001 0.000 0.001 4.320E-04 4.320E-04

Bottom (-2 Axis) 5.206E-04 0.000 0.000 0.000 5.206E-04

Factored Factored Torsion

Mu3 Tu Mt

-174.901 21.345 37.668

Design Design

+veMoment -veMoment

0.000 -212.569

Annex5:TRUSS DESIGN

Grade of Steel: 345 N/mm2

Basic wind speed : 50 m/s (Assumed)

Wind load:

F = ( Cpe - Cpi ) .A. Pd

where, Cpe = external pressure coefficient

Cpe = internal pressure coefficient

A = Surface area of structural element or claddding units

Pd = design wind pressure

Wall opening : 20 %

Cpi : 0.5 and -0.5

Roof angle : 5.00 degree

Height of building to eaves : 10 m 1.65

Short dimension of the building in plan: 10.5 m

Building height to width ratio : 1.0 (1/2<h/w<3/2)

Wind Angle - 0 [Table 5 of IS 875 (Part 3)]

For 5 degree in windward side, Cpe: -0.9

in leeward side, Cpe: -0.6

For 10 degree in windward side, Cpe: -1.1

in leeward side, Cpe: -0.6

For roof angle = 5.00 degree

By interpolation, Cpe : -0.90 for windward side

-0.60 for leeward side

Wind Angle - 90 [Table 5 of IS 875 (Part 3)]

For 5 degree, Cpe: for 1/4 length of building -0.9

degree, Cpe: for 1/2 length of building -0.6

For 10 degree, Cpe: for 1/4 length of building -0.8

degree, Cpe: for 1/2 length of building -0.6

For roof angle = 5.00 degree

By interpolation, Cpe : -0.90 for 1/4 length of building

-0.60 for 1/2 lenth of building

Terrian, height and structure size factor, K2: 1.05 Table 2

Topography factor : 1

Terrian 1 Class B)

Wind pressure Calculation

Total height of building : 17.00 m

Design wind speed, : 56.7 m/s

1.93 kN/m2

Figure: Truss Type 1

Figure: Truss type 2

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