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14.5 M SPAN AT TALAV VILLAGE (HILL

NALAH)

HEAD OFFICE - B SECTOR

P.O- NAHARLAGUN

DISTRICT-PAPUM PARE , ARUNACHAL PRADESH -791110

HOUSE NO -4, NAMGHAR PATH, KHANAPARA, GUWAHATI,

ASSAM, PIN-781022

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

Quantity Statement

Exsiting Span = 10.500 m

Design Span= 14.500 m

Formation Level= 100.000 m

Highest Flood Level= 97.000 m

Lowest Bed Level = 90.000 m

Abutment foundation Level = 86.400 m

Width of super structure= 8.450 m

Roadway Width= 7.500 m

(a) Foundation

1. Earthwork in Excavation

For Abutment

3

2 x 9.05 x 8.57 x 3.75 = 581.69 m

For Gabion structure Protecion

work

3

(i) Upto Depth 3 m 4 x 9 x 6.3 x 1.708 = 387.37 m

Foundation 2 x 8.75 x 8.27 x 0.15 = 21.71 m3

M20

3

Foundation Slab 2 x 8.45 x 7.97 x 1.8 = 242.45 m

3

Abutment Shaft 2 x 8.45 x 4.67 x 1.8 = 142.06 m

3

384.51 m

Foundation Slab

Main bar 10 mm @ 150 mm c/c 2 x 57 x 8.17 x 0.62 = 574.93 Kg

Alt Bar 10 m m @ 150 m c/c 2 x 54 x 8.65 x 0.62 = 576.67 Kg

Vertical bar erath face main bar 8

mm @ 150mm c/c 2 x 57 x 14.464 x 0.40 = 651.42 Kg

Vertical bar water face main bar 8

mm @ 150mm c/c 2 x 57 x 15.575 x 0.40 = 701.45 Kg

Horizantal bar in Earth Face 8 mm

@ 150 c/c 2 x 84 x 15.575 x 0.40 = 1033.72 Kg

Horizantal bar in Water Face 8 mm

@ 150 c/c 2 x 90 x 8.35 x 0.40 = 593.78 Kg

4131.96 Kg

or 4.13 Tonne

Adding 5% for lapping and wastage = 4.34 Tonne

Assuming 30% reinforcement for sub Structure= 1.30 Tonne

B. Sub Structure

5. PCC M20 in sub Structure upto

5 m height

3

abutment shaft 2 x 8.45 x 2.485 x 7.714 = 323.96 m

Abutment Cap 2 x 8.45 x 1.2 x 0.4 = 8.11 m3

Dirt Wall 2 x 8.45 x 0.35 x 1.686 = 9.97 m3

Bracket 2 x 8.45 x 0.3 x 0.4 = 2.03 m3

Pedestal 6 x 0.6 x 0.42 x 0.05 = 0.08 m3

Reaction Block 12 x 0.8 x 0.6 x 0.6 = 3.46 m3

23.64 m3

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

Quantity Statement

7. HYSD Fe 500 Bar in Sub

Structure

Abutment Cap

Main bar 12 mm 11 nos bar 2 x 24 x 8.35 x 0.89 = 356.27 kg

Stirrups 10 mm @ 100 mm c/c 2 x 84 x 2.39 x 0.62 = 247.85 kg

Dirt Wall

Vertical Bar(Both Face) 12 mm @

110 mm c/c 2 x 152 x 2.786 x 0.89 = 752.84 kg

Horizantal bar (Both Face) 12 mm

@ 135 mm c/c 2 x 25 x 8.35 x 0.89 = 371.11 kg

Bracket

Horizantal Bar 16 mm bar 10 nos 2 x 10 x 8.35 x 1.58 = 263.90 kg

Stirrups 12 mm @ 100 mm c/c 2 x 84 x 2.5 x 0.89 = 373.33 kg

Pedestal

8 mm 6 x 4 x 0.53 x 0.40 = 5.03 kg

6 x 8 x 0.22 x 0.40 = 4.17 kg

Reaction Block

16 mm bar 12 x 14 x 4 x 1.58 = 1061.93 kg

12 mm bar 12 x 12 x 3.04 x 0.89 = 389.12 kg

3825.55 kg

or 3.83 Tonne

Adding 5% for lapping and wastage = 4.02 Tonne

Adding Reinforcement Above LBL= 1.30 Tonne

Total= 5.32 Tonne

3

2 x 8.45 x 10 x 0.6 = 101.40 m

10. Weep Holes 2 x 84 = 168 Nos

C. Super Structure

11. RCC M20 T Beam super

Structure

Quantuty as per BD/14-75A 67.3 m3

Structure 10.663 Tonne

course below approch slab 2 x 7.5 x 3.5 x 0.1 = 5.25 m3

Structure)

24 x 9 x 1 x 1 = 216 m3

20 x 8 x 1 x 1 = 160 m3

16 x 7 x 1 x 1 = 112 m3

12 x 6 x 1 x 1 = 72 m3

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

Quantity Statement

8 x 5 x 1 x 1 = 40 m3

4 x 4 x 1 x 1 = 16 m3

616 m3

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

QUANTITY CALCULATION OF MATERIALS

3

1 PCC M 10 1:3:6 m 21.71 6.64 9.30 18.61

3

2 PCC M15 1:2:4 m 5.25 1.61 2.25 4.50

3

3 PCC M20 m 708.47 276.03 318.81 637.62

RCC M20 (Approch Slab and 3

m 20.32 7.92 8.31 16.63

4 super structure)

3

5 RCC M25 m 23.64 12.65 8.87 17.73

6 Steel Tonne 19.02 19.02

3

7 Gabion Structure m 616 677.60

3

8 Filter Media m 101.40 111.54

3

9 Wearing Course M 30 m 8.48 5.09 3.05 6.103

309.93 350.60 1490.33 19.02

Tonne Cum Cum Tonne

or or or or

309.93 701.19 3278.72 19.02

Tonne Tonne Tonne Tonne

HAULAGE Page 5

Estimate

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

Excavation for structure(earthwork in

excavation of Foundationof structures as

per drawing and technical specification,

1 12.1 m3 969.06 ₹ 63.00 ₹ 61,051.00

includingsetting out, construction of

shoreing and bracing etc, (I) Ordinary soil

(B) Mechanical Means (i)depth upto 3 m

concrete 1:3:6 nominal mix in foundation

with crushed stone aggregates 40 mm

2 12.4 m3 21.71 ₹ 5,177.00 ₹ 1,12,386.00

nominal size mechanically mixed, placed

in foundation and compacted by vibration

including curing for 14 days)

Plain/reinfored cement concrete in open

Foundation complete as per drawing and

3 12.8 m3 384.51 ₹ 6,902.00 ₹ 26,53,880.00

technical specifications B. PCC Grade

M20

Supplying, fitting and placing un coated

HYSD bar reinforcement in foundation

4 12.4 Tonne 3.04 ₹ 78,187.00 ₹ 2,37,453.00

complete as per drawing and technical

specifications

Plain/reinfored cement concrete in open

Sub Structure complete as per drawing

and technical specifications

5 13.5 B. PCC Grade M20 (p) Height upto 5 m m3 323.96 ₹ 7,301.00 ₹ 23,65,239.00

E. RCC Grade M20 (p) Height upto 5 m

case II With batching Plant, Transit Mixer m3 23.64 ₹ 7,367.00 ₹ 1,74,187.00

and concrete pump

Supplying, fitting and placing un coated

HYSD bar reinforcement insub structure

6 13.6 Tonne 5.32 ₹ 78,328.00 ₹ 4,16,579.00

complete as per drawing and technical

specifications

Providing and laying of filter media with

granular materials/stone crused

aggregates satisfying the requirements

laid own in clause 2504.2.2 mof MoRth

specifications to thickness of not less than

600 mm with smaller size towards the soil

7 13.1 m3 101.40 ₹ 2,122.00 ₹ 2,15,171.00

and bigger size towards the wall and

provided over the entire surface behind

the abutment , wing wall and return wall to

the ful height compacted to the firm

condition complete as per drawing and

technical specifications

Supplying, fitting and fixing in position true

to line and level elastomeric bearing

confirming to IRC:83 (part II) section IX

8 13.14 cm3 50727.60 ₹ 1.00 ₹ 50,728.00

and clause 2005 of MoRTH specifications

complete including all accessoriesas per

drawing and technical specifications

Providing weep holes in brick

masonary/plain/Reinforced concrete

abutment, wing wall/return wall with 100

9 13.8 mm AC pipe, extending through the full Nos 168 ₹ 140.00 ₹ 23,520.00

width of the structure with slope of 1V:

20H towards drawing face complete as per

drawing and technical specifications

Furnishing and placing Reinforced

/Prestressed cement concrete in super

structure as per drawing and technical

10 14.1 specification A. RCC Grade M20 Case II m3 67.3 ₹ 8,289.00 ₹ 5,57,850.00

Using Batching Plant, Transit Mixer and

Concrete Pump (ii) For T Beam & Slab ,

25-35% of (a+b+c) (p) Height upto 5 m

(a)Supplying, fitting and placing un coated

HYSD bar reinforcement in super structure

11 14.2 Tonne 10.663 ₹ 79,602.00 ₹ 8,48,796.00

complete as per drawing and technical

specifications

ESTIMATE Page 6

Estimate

Name: Construction of Bridge across Hill Nalah at Talav Village (Span 14.5 m)

Providing and laying Cement Concrete

wearing Coat M20 Grade including

12 14.4 8.48 ₹ 13,360.00 ₹ 1,13,251.00

Reinforcement complete as per drawing

and technical specifications

Construction of of Precast RCC Railing of

M30 Grade , aggregate size not exceeding

12 mm , true to line and grade, tolerance

of vertical RCC post not exceed 1:00,

13 14.6 center to center spacing etween vertical Rm 30.14 ₹ 2,196.00 ₹ 66,187.00

post not exceed 2000 m , leaving adequte

space betwwen vertical post of for

expansion , complete as per drawing and

technical specifications

Drainage Spouts complete as per drawing

14 14.9 Each 10 ₹ 1,109.00 ₹ 11,090.00

and technical specifications

PCC M15 Grade levelling course below

15 14.10 approch slab as per drawing and technical m3 5.25 ₹ 5,955.00 ₹ 31,264.00

specifications

Reinforced cement concrete approch slab

incluing reinforcedment and formwork

16 14.11 m3 15.75 ₹ 11,462.00 ₹ 1,80,527.00

complete as per drawing and technical

specifications

Strip Seal Expansion Joint (Providing and

laying of Strip seal expansion joint catering

to maximum horizantal movement upto 70

mm , Complete as per approved Draings

17 14.22 and Standard specifications to be installed Rm 16.90 ₹ 16,813.00 ₹ 2,84,140.00

by the manufacturer/supplier or their

authorize representative ensuring

compliance to the manufacturer's

instructions of installations

Painting in Concrete surface (providing

and applying 2 coats of water based

cement paint to unplastered concrete

18 14.16 m 30.14 ₹ 78.00 ₹ 2,351.00

surface after claening the surface of Dirt,

oil, grease,efforescence and applying paint

@ of 1 liter per 2 sqm

Gabion Structure for Erosion Control,River m3

19 15.13 616 ₹ 3,346.00 ₹ 20,61,136.00

traing works and Protection Works

/stone aggregates/sand etc for hill roads

20 1.6

Sand 701.19 m3 ₹ 164.00 ₹ 1,14,996.00

Stone 3278.72 m3 ₹ 164.00 ₹ 5,37,710.00

Loading and unloading of cement/steel/

etc. bymanul means and stacking for hil

21 1.7 roads etc for hill roads

Cement 309.93 Tonne ₹ 203.00 ₹ 62,916.00

Steel 19.02 Tonne ₹ 203.00 ₹ 3,861.00

Cost of haulage excluding loading and

unloading on hill roads

(i) Surface Road

Sand 701.19 Tonne ₹ 249.00 ₹ 1,74,597.00

Stone 3278.72 Tonne ₹ 249.00 ₹ 8,16,401.00

Cement 309.93 Tonne ₹ 622.50 ₹ 1,92,931.00

22 1.8

Steel 19.02 Tonne ₹ 622.50 ₹ 11,839.00

ii) Kutcha track

Sand 701.19 Tonne ₹ 606.00 ₹ 4,24,924.00

Stone 3278.72 Tonne ₹ 606.00 ₹ 19,86,904.00

Cement 309.93 Tonne ₹ 606.00 ₹ 1,87,817.00

Steel 19.02 Tonne ₹ 606.00 ₹ 11,525.00

₹ 1,49,93,207.00

ESTIMATE Page 7

IMPROVEMENT /UPGRADATION OF PAKKE - KESSANG - ITAKHOLA ROAD IN ARUNACHAL

PRADESH (62 KM) UNDER NEC. (HILL NALLAH)

DESIGN OF ABUTMENT

Design data :

1 Existing Span : = 10.5 m

Proposed Span :

Overall span = 15.13 m

Effective span = 14.50 m

Clear span = 14 m

Depth of the Girder = 1575 mm

Wearing coat at centre = 100 mm

Size of the bearing :

Length = 630 mm

Width = 220 mm

Thichness = 61 mm

Deck level (at crown of wearing coat) = 100 m

Founding level = 86.4 m

H. F. L = 97 m

L.W.L = 90 m

Thickness of abutment at bed level = 3.8 m

2 Properties of backfill soil

Angle of repose f= 30 o

l= tan-1(αh / 1 ± αv) (αh = Horizontal Seismic . Force Coeff.)

13.61 0 (-ve)

g sub = 1.0 T /CM

3 Seismic coefficients :-

Z = 0.36 (as per table 6 of IRC:6-2010)

I = 1.2 (as per table 7 of IRC:6-2010)

Ah = (Z/2) x (I) x (Sa/g) = 0.54

Response reduction Factor = 2.5

0.54

Seismic hor. Force Coeff. (αh )= 2.5 = 0.216

Seismic hor. Force Coeff. (αh )= 2.5 = 0.216

2.5

4 Maximum reactions from superstructure at abutment :

DL = 75.5 Tonnes

DL+LL = 141.3 Tonnes

DL+LL+I = 155.75 Tonnes

2

(without seismic condition) Cos2α Cos2(α+δ) [1+√{(sin(Φ+δ)sin(Φ-i )} / cos(α+δ)cos(α - i) ]

= 0.49

where α = angle of internal friction i= angle of inclination of backfill

δ=

2 2

Coefficient of active earth pressure (Ca ) = (1±αv)Cos (Φ - α - λ ) 1

x

Cosλ Cos2α cos(δ+α+λ) sin(Φ+δ) sin(Φ-i-λ)

[ ]

(with seismic condition)

1 + cos(α-i) cos(δ+α+λ)

1/2

= 0.494 For λ=13.61 For (1-αv)

= 0.497 For λ=11.03 For (1+αv)

= 0.47 For λ=11.03 For (1-αv)

Design :

Considering permetre length :

Section A-A'

Tonnes metre Tm

(1) DL + LL + I = 155.75/7.5 = 20.77 @ 0.71 = 14.74

(i) 0.35 x 1.786 x 2.4 = 2.0 @ 0.175 = 0.35

(ii) 1.200x 7.814x2.4 = 20.63 @ 0.6 = 12.38

(iii) 0.5x2.60x7.814x2.4 = = 24.38 @ 2.07 = 50.39

0.4 x 1.200 x 2.5 = 1.2 @ 0.6 = 0.72

68.98 @ 1.139 = 78.58

When height = 8.214 m = (7.814+0.4)

= 1/2 x 1.8 x (8.214)² x 0.49= 29.75 @ 8.214/3 = 81.46

2. Dynamic increment for E.P

0.59-0.49 = 0.1

= (0.10/0.49)x29.75 = 6.1 @ 8.214/2 = 24.94

3. Breaking Force

= (0.2 x 100) /7.5 2.67 @ 8.214 = 21.93

4. Due to Seismic

7.814+0.4+(1.786/2

(i) 0.216 x2 0.43 @ = 3.93

)

(ii) 0.216 x 20.36 4.46 @ 8.214/2 = 18.3

(iii) 0.216 x 24.38 5.27 @ 2.74 = 14.42

(iv) 0.216 x 1.2 0.26 @ 8.014 = 2.08

167.06

Shift due to vertical loads = 1.139 m

Shift due to horizontal force = 2.422 m (167.06/68.98) 38.73

Resultant acts at = 1.139+2.422 3.56 m from (A) 10.41

Therefore, "e" = 3.56 - (3.80/2) 1.66 metre 3.719261

Stress in Concrete :

P 6e

1 ±

A A

68.98 6 x 1.66

= 1 ±

3.8 3.8

2

Pmax = 65.76 T/m <

2 OK

Pmin = -29.46 T/m <

Section B-B'

Tonnes metre Tm

(1) Total Load upto AA' 68.98 @ 1.141 + 1.2 = 161.35

(i) 3.80 x 1.8x 2.4 = 16.42 @ 3.10 = 50.9

(ii) 1/2 x 1.8 x 1.8 x 2.4 = 3.89 @ 2.40 = 9.34

(iii) 8 x 1.8 x2.4 = 34.56 @ 4.00 = 138.24

(i) 1.2 x 13.6x 1 x 1.8 = 29.38 @ 0.6 = 17.63

(ii) 1/2x 1.8 x 1.8 x 1.8 = 2.92 @ 6.17 = 17.99

(iii) 1.2x 1.8 x 1.8 = 3.89 @ 7.3 = 28.38

160.03 @ 2.649 = 423.83

Overturning moment due to :

Tonnes metre Tm

1. Active earth pressure

= 1/2 x 1.8 x (11.714)² x 0.49 = 61.55 @ 11.714/3 = 242.38

0.59-0.49 = 0.1

= (0.10/0.49)x60.51 = 13 @ 11.714/2 = 76.79

3. Breaking Force

= (0.2 x 100) /7.5 2.67 @ 11.814 = 31.54

4. Due to Seismic

/

(i) upto AA' (sum of seismic force upto AA ) 10.41 @ 3.71+1 = 49.05

(ii) 0.216 x 16.42 3.55 @ 2.7 = 9.58

(iii) 0.216 x3.89 0.84 @ 2.4 = 2.02

(iv) 0.216 x 34.56 7.46 @ 0.9 = 6.72

= 418.08

Shift due to horizontal force = 2.613 m (417.80/159.76)

Resultant acts at = 2.65+2.615 5.261 m from (A)

Therefore, "e" = 5.265- (8/2) 1.261 metre

Foundation Pressure

P 6e

1 ±

A A

160.03 6 x 1.26

= 1 ±

8 8

2 2

Pmax = 38.92 T/m Eq.Press. 39.13/1.25 = 31.14 T/m No Tens.

2 2 OK

Pmin = 1.08 T/m Eq.Press. 0.81/1.25 = 0.87 T/m

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