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BS EN 1999 - 1 - 1 : 2007 Eurocode 9 - Design of Aluminum Structures : General Structural Rules

LY

ON

LE

MP

SA

Lm := 3800.00mm Unsupported length of mullion

Note: Anti-buckling clips are located at every 1/5 points

C-1.2 PROPERTIES OF ALUMINUM MULLION

Reference: Design criteria

Alloy "6063" Aluminum alloy

Referenc e: Section 3.2.5 of BS EN 1999-1-1: 2007

Referenc e: Table 3.2b of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

LY

Referenc e: Table 3.2b of BS EN 1999-1-1: 2007

Area: 1427.69

ON

Perimeter: 1035.77

Bounding box: X: -51.87 -- 16.53

Y: -89.05 -- 85.95

Centroid: X: 0.00

Y: 0.00

Moments of inertia: X: 4982134.26

Y: 391441.08

Product of inertia: XY: 126106.68

LE

Radii of gyration: X: 59.07

Y: 16.56

Principal moments and X-Y directions about centroid:

I: 4985595.81 along [1.00 0.03]

J: 387979.53 along [-0.03 1.00]

MP

2

Am := 1427.69mm Cross section area

4

Ixm := 498.21cm Moment of inertia about the strong axis

SA

4

Iym := 39.14cm Moment of inertia about the weak axis

Ixm

3

Wel.xm := = 55.95 cm Elastic section modulus about the strong axis

cym

Iym

3

Wel.ym := = 7.55 cm Elastic section modulus about the weak axis

cxm

Area: 713.85

Plastic neutral axis

Area: 713.85

LY

cy1m := 44.38mm

cy2m := 60.47mm

ON

Lower region centroid distance from plastic neutral axis

LE

2

0.50 Am = 713.85 mm Half cross section area of mullion

( ) 3

Wpl.xm := 0.5 Am cy1m + cy2m = 74.85 cm Plastic section modulus about the strong axis

MP

Area: 1476.54

Perimeter: 981.46

Bounding box: X: -14.08 -- 28.42

Y: -88.11 -- 86.89

SA

Centroid: X: 0.00

Y: 0.00

Moments of inertia: X: 5260626.70

Y: 214517.33

Product of inertia: XY: 50211.71

Radii of gyration: X: 59.69

Y: 12.05

Principal moments and X-Y directions about centroid:

I: 5261126.28 along [1.00 0.01]

J: 214017.74 along [-0.01 1.00]

2

Af := 1476.54mm Cross section area

4

Ixf := 526.06cm Moment of inertia about the strong axis

4

Iyf := 21.45cm Moment of inertia about the weak axis

LY

Ixf

3

Wel.xf := = 59.70 cm Elastic section modulus about the strong axis

cyf

Iyf

3

Wel.yf := = 7.55 cm Elastic section modulus about the weak axis

cxf

r yf := 12.05mm

ON

Radius of gyration about the weak axis

LE

MP

Area: 738.27

Area: 738.27

SA

cy1f := 62.13mm Lower region centroid distance from plastic neutral axis

cy2f := 44.24mm Upper region centroid distance from plastic neutral axis

2

0.50 Af = 738.27 mm Half cross section area of mullion

( ) 3

Wpl.xf := 0.5 Af cy1f + cy2f = 78.53 cm Plastic section modulus

C-1.5 COMBINED SECTION PROPERTIES OF UNITIZED MULLION

2

At := Am + Af = 2904.23 mm Total cross section area

4

Itx := Ixm + Ixf = 1024.27 cm Total moment of inertia about the strong axis

4

Ity := Iym + Iyf = 60.59 cm Total moment of inertia about the weak axis

Ixm

LSxm := = 0.49 Load share factor for male mullion

Itx

LY

Ixf

LSxf := = 0.51 Load share factor for female mullion

Itx

ON

250MPa

εm := = 1.25 Slenderness limit coefficient for moment resistance

fo Referenc e: Table 6.2 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

Referenc e: Table 6.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

Referenc e: Table 6.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

LE

Limiting Slenderness Ratio

Referenc e: Table 6.2 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

MP

SA

C-1.6.1 Local Buckling Resistance of Male Mullion about the Strong Axis

NOTE:

No. = element number

Type = "O" for outstand, "I" for internal

Stress = "C" for uniform compression, "F" for stress gradient

b = length of element

t = thickness of element

yc = extreme fiber of element under compression (for element under stress gradient)

yo = other extreme fiber of element (for element under stress gradient)

η = stress gradient coefficient (Figure 6.2 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007)

β = slenderness ratio of element (ηb/t)

Slenderness Ratio of Male Mullion Elements (Strong Axis Bending)

Referenc e: Section 6.1.4.3 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

1 O C 25.70 2.50 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 10.28

2 O C 21.40 3.90 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 5.49

3 I C 11.40 3.90 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 2.92

4 O C 33.00 2.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 16.50

5 I C 12.80 2.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 6.40

6 I C 11.40 2.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 5.70

7 I C 22.80 5.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 4.56

8 I F 111.30 3.00 29.25 -82.05 -0.36 0.59 21.89

LY

9 I F 107.30 2.20 27.25 -80.05 -0.34 0.59 28.78

10 I F 43.00 3.00 -31.25 -74.25 0.42 0.83 11.90

11 I F 41.00 2.00 -33.25 -74.75 0.44 0.83 17.02

Element's Designation

ON

2

1

3 8

9

LE

4 5

MP

10

11

7

SA

Referenc e: Section 6.1.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

1 O 10.28 3.75 5.63 7.50 4

2 O 5.49 3.75 5.63 7.50 2

3 I 2.92 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

4 O 16.50 3.75 5.63 7.50 4

5 I 6.40 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

6 I 5.70 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

7 I 4.56 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

8 I 21.89 13.75 20.00 27.50 3

9 I 28.78 13.75 20.00 27.50 4

10 I 11.90 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

11 I 17.02 13.75 20.00 27.50 2

Male Mullion Class 4 Elements Effective Thickness (Strong Axis Bending)

Referenc e: Section 6.1.5 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

1 O 2.50 10.28 4 10 24 0.86 2.15

2 O 3.90 5.49 2 10 24 1.00 3.90

3 I 3.90 2.92 1 32 220 1.00 3.90

4 O 2.00 16.50 4 10 24 0.62 1.24

5 I 2.00 6.40 1 32 220 1.00 2.00

6 I 2.00 5.70 1 32 220 1.00 2.00

7 I 5.00 4.56 1 32 220 1.00 5.00

8 I 3.00 21.89 3 32 220 1.00 3.00

LY

9 I 2.20 28.78 4 32 220 0.97 2.14

10 I 3.00 11.90 1 32 220 1.00 3.00

11 I 2.00 17.02 2 32 220 1.00 2.00

Area:

Perimeter:

Bounding box:

Centroid:

1385.35

ON

1035.89

X: -52.77 -- 15.63

Y: -89.01 -- 85.99

X: 0.00

Y: 0.00

Moments of inertia: X: 4890366.65

LE

Y: 341906.45

Product of inertia: XY: 127215.78

Radii of gyration: X: 59.41

Y: 15.71

Principal moments and X-Y directions about centroid:

I: 4893921.97 along [1.00 0.03]

MP

4

Ixm.eff := 489.04cm Moment of inertia about strong axis of effective section

SA

4

Iym.eff := 34.16cm Moment of inertia about weak axis of effective section

Ixm.eff

3

Weff.xm := = 54.94 cm Effective elastic section modulus about strong axis

cym.eff

Moment Resistance of Male Mullion due to Local buckling (Strong Axis Bending)

Weff.xm fo

Mu.Rdm := = 7.99 kN m Moment resistance for local buckling

γM1

C-1.6.2 Local Buckling Resistance of Female Mullion about the Strong Axis

NOTE:

No. = element number

Type = "O" for outstand, "I" for internal

Stress = "C" for uniform compression, "F" for stress gradient

b = length of element

t = thickness of element

yc = extreme fiber of element under compression (for element under stress gradient)

yo = other extreme fiber of element (for element under stress gradient)

η = stress gradient coefficient (Figure 6.2 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007)

β = slenderness ratio of element (ηb/t)

LY

Slenderness Ratio of Female Mullion Elements (Strong Axis Bending)

Referenc e: Section 6.1.4.3 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

1 I C 11.40 5.90 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 1.93

2 O C 25.40 5.90 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 4.31

ON

3 I C 11.40 2.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 5.70

4 I C 14.30 2.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 7.15

5 I C 22.80 5.00 N/A N/A N/A 1.00 4.56

6 I F 112.30 3.00 32.36 -79.94 -0.40 0.58 21.71

7 I F 111.30 2.20 31.86 -79.44 -0.40 0.58 29.34

8 I F 40.00 3.00 -34.36 -74.36 0.46 0.83 11.07

9 I F 37.30 2.00 -37.06 -74.36 0.50 0.85 15.85

Element's Designation

LE

1 2

6

MP

7

SA

3 4 8

5

Male Mullion Elements Classification (Strong Axis Bending)

Referenc e: Section 6.1.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

1 I 1.93 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

2 O 4.31 3.75 5.63 7.50 2

3 I 5.70 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

4 I 7.15 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

5 I 4.56 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

6 I 21.71 13.75 20.00 27.50 3

7 I 29.34 13.75 20.00 27.50 4

8 I 11.07 13.75 20.00 27.50 1

LY

9 I 15.85 13.75 20.00 27.50 2

Referenc e: Section 6.1.5 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

ON

1 I 5.90 1.93 1 32 220 1.00 5.90

2 O 5.90 4.31 2 10 24 1.00 5.90

3 I 2.00 5.70 1 32 220 1.00 2.00

4 I 2.00 7.15 1 32 220 1.00 2.00

5 I 5.00 4.56 1 32 220 1.00 5.00

6 I 3.00 21.71 3 32 220 1.00 3.00

7 I 2.20 29.34 4 32 220 0.96 2.12

8 I 3.00 11.07 1 32 220 1.00 3.00

9 I 2.00 15.85 2 32 220 1.00 2.00

LE

Effective Section Properties of Female Mullion

Area: 1372.24

Perimeter: 947.43

MP

Y: -89.00 -- 85.99

Centroid: X: 0.00

Y: 0.00

Moments of inertia: X: 4931840.91

Y: 206371.18

SA

Radii of gyration: X: 59.95

Y: 12.26

Principal moments and X-Y directions about centroid:

I: 4931899.56 along [1.00 0.00]

J: 206312.53 along [0.00 1.00]

4

Ixf.eff := 493.18cm Moment of inertia about strong axis of effective section

4

Iyf.eff := 20.64cm Moment of inertia about weak axis of effective section

Ixf.eff

3

Weff.xf := = 55.41 cm Effective elastic section modulus about strong axis

cyf.eff

Moment Resistance of Female Mullion due to Local buckling (Strong Axis Bending)

Weff.xf fo

Mu.Rdf := = 8.06 kN m Moment resistance for local buckling

γM1

LY

C-1.7 MOMENT RESISTANCE FOR LATERAL TORSIONAL BUCKLING

Note: BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 has no provision for elastic critical moment of unsymmetrical section which is necessary for

lateral-torsional buckling analysis. Thus, conservative approach of BS 8118-1:1991 was used (not applying elastic critical

moment), see Appendix B-5

ON

C-1.7.1 Lateral Torsional Buckling Resistance of Male Mullion

Referenc e: Table 3.3 of BS8118-1:1991

Lem

λsm := = 38.22 Lateral torsional buckling slenderness

r ym

LE

γm Mu.Rdm

p1m := = 171.41 MPa Intercept stress

Wel.xm

λsm p1m

λam := = 0.60 Buckling stress parameters

MP

λ1s := 0.60

cas := 0.10

1 - cas λ1s

SA

cas

φm := 0.50 1 + + = 1.88

λam

λam

2

1

Nam := φm 1 - 1- = 1.00

2

λam φm

2

Wel.xm psm

Mb.Rdm := = 7.99 kN m Factored moment resistance to lateral torsional buckling

γm

C-1.7.2 Lateral Torsional Buckling Resistance of Female Mullion

Referenc e: Table 3.3 of BS8118-1:1991

Lem

λsf := = 52.53 Lateral torsional buckling slenderness

r yf

γm Mu.Rdf

p1f := = 162.00 MPa Intercept stress

Wel.xf

LY

λsf p1f

λaf := = 0.80 Buckling stress parameters

π Ea Referenc e: Appendix K of BS8118-1:1991

λ1s = 0.60

cas = 0.10

φf := 0.50 1 +

cas

λaf

+

1 - cas λ1s

λaf

2

= 1.29

ON

LE

1

Naf := φf 1 - 1- = 0.95

2 2

λaf φf

MP

Wel.xf psf

Mb.Rdf := = 7.65 kN m Factored moment resistance to lateral torsional buckling

γm

SA

(

MRdm := min Mu.Rdm , Mb.Rdm = 7.99 kN m ) Governing moment resistance of male mullion

(

MRdf := min Mu.Rdf , Mb.Rdf = 7.65 kN m ) Governing moment resistance of female mullion

Reference: Section 6.2.6 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-3)

C-1.9.1 Male Mullion Shear Resistance

hwm

βvm := = 48.77 Slenderness ratio of web

twm

LY

Classm := "Non-slender" if βvm βs Web classification

"Slender" otherwise

Classm = "Slender"

ON

fo

λwm := 0.35 βvm = 0.82 Slenderness parameter

Ea Referenc e: Section 6.7.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

Referenc e: Figure 6.28 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

VRdm := = 19.82 kN Shear resistance

3 γM1 Referenc e: Section 6.7.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

LE

C-1.9.2 Female Mullion Shear Resistance

MP

hwf

βvf := = 50.59 Slenderness ratio of web

twf

SA

"Slender" otherwise

Classf = "Slender"

fo

λwf := 0.35 βvf = 0.85 Slenderness parameter

Ea Referenc e: Section 6.7.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

Referenc e: Figure 6.28 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

VRdf := = 20.15 kN Shear resistance

3 γM1 Referenc e: Section 6.7.4.1 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007

C-1.10 TENSION RESISTANCE OF MULLION

Reference: Section 6.2.3 of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-4)

Am fo

NRdm := = 207.66 kN Tension resistance of male mullion

γM1

Af fo

NRdf := = 214.77 kN Tension resistance of female mullion

γM1

LY

Load Factor for Ultimate Limit States - Static Equilibrium

Referenc e: Table A1.2 (A) of BS EN 1999-1-1:2007 (see Appendix B-6)

ON

γG.j.inf := 0.90 Load factor for favorable permanent actions

Wind Load

Referenc e: Wind Tunnel Test (see Appendix C)

LE

N

wwl := q tw = 5.85 Uniformly distributed load due to wind load

mm

Dead Load

Note: Dead load of transom and other component are applied in STAAD analysis, increasing self-weight by 10%

MP

kg kN

γg := 2500 g = 24.52 Unit weight of glass

3 3

m m

Referenc e: Section B-1

N

SA

mm

Load Combination

C-1.12 DESIGN CHECK

LY

ON

LE

MP

NOTE: See Appendix D-1 for full analysis report

SA

Mmax.m := LSxm Mmax = 6.37 kN m Maximum ultimate moment shared by male mullion

Referenc e: Section C-1.8

Comparing:

6.37 < 7.99

Since the maximum ultimate moment is less than the moment resistance,

Thus, the male mullion is adequate in bendig moment.

Female Mullion Bending Moment Check

Mmax.f := LSxf Mmax = 6.73 kN m Maximum ultimate moment shared by female mullion

Referenc e: Section C-1.8

Comparing:

6.73 < 7.65

Since the maximum ultimate moment is less than the moment resistance,

Thus, the female mullion is adequate in bendig moment.

LY

C-1.12.3 Design Check for Shear

ON

Vmax.m := LSxm Vmax = 8.11 kN Maximum ultimate shear shared by male mullion

Referenc e: Section C-1.9.1

Comparing:

8.11 < 19.82

Since the maximum ultimate shear is less than the shear resistance,

Thus, the male mullion is adequate in shear.

LE

Female Mullion Bending Moment Check

Vmax.f := LSxf Vmax = 8.56 kN Maximum ultimate shear shared by female mullion

MP

Referenc e: Section C-1.9.2

Comparing:

8.56 < 20.15

Since the maximum ultimate shear is less than the shear resistance,

Thus, the female mullion is adequate in shear.

SA

Nmax.m := LSxm Nmax = 1.54 kN Maximum ultimate tension shared by male mullion

Referenc e: Section C-1.10

Comparing:

1.54 < 207.66

Since the maximum ultimate tension is less than the tension resistance,

Thus, the male mullion is adequate in tension.

Female Mullion Tension Check

Nmax.f := LSxf Nmax = 1.63 kN Maximum ultimate tension shared by female mullion

Referenc e: Section C-1.10

Comparing:

1.63 < 214.77

Since the maximum ultimate tension is less than the tension resistance,

Thus, the female mullion is adequate in tension.

C-1.13 DEFLECTION

LY

Deflection Diagram

ON

LE

MP

SA

Lm

δallow := + 5mm = 17.67 mm Allowable deflection of mullion

300 Referenc e: Design crit eria

Comparing:

16.52 < 17.67

Since the maximum deflection is less than the allowable deflection,

Thus, the mullion is adequate in deflection.

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APPENDIX D-1 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF 1

UNITIZED MULLION Part

Software licensed to HP

Job Title UNITIZED MULLION Ref

Job Information

Engineer Checked Approved

Name: WLS

Date: 26-OCT-17

LY

Structure Type SPACE FRAME

Number of Elements 9 Highest Beam 28

ON

Number of Combination Load Cases 2

All The Whole Structure

Type L/C Name

Primary 1 DL

LE

Primary 2 WL

Combination 3 DL+WL

Combination 4 1.35DL+1.5WL

MP

3630.00mm

170.00mm

3630.00mm

170.00mm

3630.00mm

SA

170.00mm

3630.00mm

170.00mm

3630.00mm

Y

X

Z Load 1

DIMENSIONS

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Part

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R1

R1

LY

R1

R1

R1

R1

ON

R1

R1

R1

Y

X

Z Load 1

PROPERTIES

LE

Section Properties

Prop Section Area Iyy Izz J Material

(cm2) (cm4) (cm4) (cm4)

1 Prismatic General 29.042 60.590 1.02E+3 1.000 ALUMINUM

MP

-0.570 kN/m

-0.570

-0.570 kN/m

kN/m

SA

-0.570

-0.570 kN/m

kN/m

-0.570

-0.570 kN/m

kN/m

-0.570

-0.570 kN/m

kN/m

Y

X

Z Load 1

DEAD LOAD

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3

Part

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5.850 kN/m

5.850

5.850 kN/m

kN/m

LY

5.850

5.850 kN/m

kN/m

5.850

5.850 kN/m

ON

kN/m

5.850

5.850 kN/m

kN/m

Y

X

Z Load 2

WIND LOAD

LE

Basic Load Cases

Number Name

1 DL

2 WL

MP

Comb. Combination L/C Name Primary Primary L/C Name Factor

3 DL+WL 1 DL 1.00

2 WL 1.00

SA

4 1.35DL+1.5WL 1 DL 1.35

2 WL 1.50

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LY

Max: -2.83 kNm

ON

Max: 13.10 kNm

Y

LE

X Load 4Bending

: Z

Z Moment - kNm

MP

SA

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Part

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Max: -15.93 kN

LY

Max: 17.42 kN

Max: -16.71 kN

Max: 16.64 kN

Max: -16.67 kN

Max: -16.67 kN

ON

Max: 16.67 kN

Max: 16.67 kN

Max: -16.67 kN

Y

LE

X Load 4 : Shear Y

Z Force - kN

MP

SA

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Part

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-3.17 kN

LY

-3.17

0 kNkN

0.15 kN -3.17 kN

-3.17

0 kNkN

0.15 kN -3.17 kN

ON

-3.17

0 kNkN

0.15

-3.17

0 kNkN

0.15

kN -3.17 kN

kN -3.17 kN

Y

LE

X Load 4 : Axial Force

Z Force - kN

-3.17

0 kN kN

MP

SA

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Part

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Max: 17.56 mm

LY

Max: 2.13 mm

Max: 15.34 mm

Max: 2.16 mm

ON

Max: 15.45 mm

Max: 2.15 mm

Max: 15.39 mm

Max: 2.26 mm

Max: 16.52 mm

Y

LE

X Load 3 : Displacement

Z Displacement - mm

DEFLECTION (DL+WL)

MP

SA

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X = -10.62 kN

Y = 2.35 kN

Z = 0.00 kN

MX = FREE

MY = 0.00 kNm

MZ = FREE

X = -22.75 kN

Y = 2.46 kN

Z = 0.00 kN

MX = FREE

LY

MY = 0.00 kNm

MZ = FREE

X = -22.21 kN

Y = 2.46 kN

Z = 0.00 kN

MX = FREE

MY = 0.00 kNm

MZ = FREE

X = -22.23 kN

Y = 2.46 kN

ON

Z = 0.00 kN

MX = FREE

MY = 0.00 kNm

MZ = FREE

X = -22.23 kN

Y = 2.46 kN

Z = 0.00 kN

MX = FREE

MY = 0.00 kNm

MZ = FREE

X = -10.12 kN

Y = FREE

Z = 0.00 kN

Y MX = FREE

X MY = 0.00 kNm

Z Load 3

MZ = FREE

LE

REACTIONS (DL+WL)

MP

SA

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