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Design of Concrete Pavement

work : Kambhotlapalem of Elamanchili Mandal

INPUT DATA
Case 1 /2/3
(without
1 2
temperature -1/ with temperature - 2/ with temparature and
fatigue analysis - 3)
Temperature Zone (1 to 6) as per the table 4.1 of IRC:SP
2 6
62-2014
3 Subgrade CBR value (%) 2
4 Grade of Concerete (Fck) in N/mm2 30
5 Elastic modulus of concrete (E) in N/mm2 30000
6 Poisson Ratio of the concrete 0.15
7 Tyre (1- single/2 - dual) 1
8 Spacing of wheels (Sd) in mm 310
9 Wheel load (P) in kN 50
10 Tyre pressure (q) in N/mm2 0.8
11 Trial thickness (h) in m 0.2
12 No. of commercial vehicels per day - CVPD (N) 105
13 Transverse joint spacing (L) in m 3.75
14 Rate of increase of traffic ( r ) 0.06
15 Truck with 50kN Wheel load (%) 100

Asst. Exe Engineer DY. Executive Engineer Executive Engineer

M.P, Elamanchili PRI, Palakol PRI Narasapur
Design of Concrete Pavement As Per IRC:SP 62-2014 for Design
Traffic Between 50 to 150 CVPD
Name of the work :
Kambhotlapalem of Elamanchili Mandal
Case 1 Traffic < 50 CVPD Only wheel load stress

Case 2 Traffic Between 50 to 150 CVPD
without fatigue
Case 3 Traffic > 150 CVPD
temperature

Design Calculations
Case 1 /2/3 2
Temperature Zone (1 to 6) 6
k 21
reaction
Elastic modulus of concrete E 30000
Poisson Ratio of the concrete µ 0.15
Temperature differntial ∆T 17

Modulus of rupture of concrete fcr 4.22

Tyre (1- single/2 - dual) 1
Spacing of wheels Sd 310
Tyre pressure q 0.8
For single tyre a = (P/π*p)0.5
For double tyre a =
Radius of contact, a (mm) a 141.05
Sqrt[0.8521*(Pd/πp)+
(Sd/π)*(Pd/0.5227p)0.5]
Trial thickness h 0.20
No. of commercial vehicels per
A 105
day
Transverse joint spacing L 3.75
Ratio of L/l L/l 3.7745
Co-efficient of thermal
α 0.00001
expansion
Correction factor C C 0.3973
Design life of pavement 20
Rate of increase of traffic 0.06
Truck with 50kN Wheel load % 100

RESULTS FOR ONLY WHEEL LOAD CONSIDERATION

Case 1
For Case-1, σt need not be
temparature stress at edge σt N/A
considered
Radius of relative stiffness l = [Eh3/12(1-µ2)k]1/4 l 993.51
σe = (0.803P/h2)* [4log(l/a)+0.666(a/l)-
Stress developed σe N/A
0.34]
Design is If σe < Fcr "safe" otherwsie "unsafe" N/A

NOTE : IF THE TRAFFIC <= 50 CVPD, TEMPARATURE STRESSES NEED NOT BE CONSIDERED SINCE OCCURRENCE OF HEAVY
VEHICLES AND MAXIMUM TEMPARATURE GRADIENT AT THE SAME TIME IS LEAST LIKELY.

RESULTS FOR WHEEL LOAD AND TEMPARATURE STRESS

Case 2
temparature stress at edge σt = 0.67*(C* Eαt)/2 - 0.33*0.0767*Δt, σt 0.249

σe = (0.803P/h2)[4log(l/a)+0.666(a/l)-
Wheel load Stresses at edge σe 3.465
0.34]

Total stresses σ = σt + σe σ 3.713

Design is if σ < Fcr Safe Safe

RESULTS FOR FATIGUE ANALYSIS

Case 3
Design no.of vehicles for
N = A*[((1+r)n-1)/r]*365 N 1409808
fatigue analysis

σe = (0.803P/h2)[4log(l/a)+0.666(a/l)-
Stresses due to wheel load σe N/A
0.34]

Ratio of L/l L/l N/A

Coefficient depending upon ratio of
Correction factor C length (l) or breadth(b) to the radius C N/A
of relative stiffness
Stresses due to temparature σt = 0.67*(C* Eαt)/2 σt N/A

negative stress due to nonlinear

Eα∆T/[3*4(1-µ2)] σec N/A
temparature diffrential,σ, Mpa

Total stress for Fatigue

σ = σt + σe - σec σ N/A
calculation
flexural stress due to wheel loads and
stress ratio SR N/A
temp/Flexural Strength

Design is If N < Nf, Safe N/A

Cummulative fatigue damage N/Nf N/A
Asst. Exe. Engineer DY. Executive Engineer Executive Engineer
M.P, Elamanchili PRI, Palakol PRI Narasapur
ent As Per IRC:SP 62-2014 for Design
ween 50 to 150 CVPD
lem of Elamanchili Mandal

without fatigue
temperature

ign Calculations

%
MPa

MPa
MPa

o
C

N/mm2

mm
kN
MPa

mm

CVPD

per °C

Years

MPa
m
Mpa

RESSES NEED NOT BE CONSIDERED SINCE OCCURRENCE OF HEAVY

THE SAME TIME IS LEAST LIKELY.

Mpa

Mpa

Mpa

FOR FATIGUE ANALYSIS

Mpa

Mpa

Mpa

Mpa
DESIGN OF CONCRETE PAVEMENTS FOR RURAL ROADS AS PER IRC:SP 62-2013
Case 1 Only wheel load stress : Case 2 Temperature and wheel load stresses without fatigue:

Case 1: design traffic is <50cvpd Case 2 : traffic is in between 50 to 150 cvpd Case 3 traffic is >150 cvpd

Enter the Data

(without temperature-1/ with 2 Tyre (1- single/2 - dual) 1 Transverse joint spacing,m
temperature 2/with
Temperature Zone (1temparature
to 6) and 6 Spacing of wheels Sd (mm) 310 Ratio of L/l
Modulus of the subgrade reaction, k Mpa/m 21 wheel load, P kN 50 Co-efficient of thermal expansion
Elastic modulus of concrete E, Mpa 30000 Tyre pressure, q MPa 0.8 Correction factor C
Poisson Ratio of the concrete, µ 0.15 Radius of contact, a (mm) 141.0474 Design life of pavement, yrs
Temperature differntial, ∆T oC 15.7 Trial thickness, h m 0.2 Rate of increase of traffic
Modulus of rupture of concrete, fcr 4.22 No. of commercial vehicels per day 105 Truck with 50kN Wheel load,%

RESULTS FOR ONLY WHEEL LOAD CONSIDERATION

RESULTS FOR WHEEL LOAD AND TEMPARATURE
STRESS
Case 1 Case 2
Radius of relative stiffness, l m 993.51284 993.5128 temparature stress at edge, Mpa 0.2288298154
Stress developed, σ, Mpa N/A Wheel load Stresses at edge, Mpa 3.4647287705
Design is N/A Total stresses, σ, Mpa 3.693558586
Design is Safe

RESULTS FOR FATIGUE ANALYSIS

Case 3
Design No.of vehicles for fatigue analysis 1409807.782876
Stresses due to wheel load,σ, Mpa
Ratio of L/l
Correction factor C
stresses due to temparature,σ, Mpa
negative stress due to nonlinear temparature diffrential,σ, Mpa
Total stress for Fatigue calculation,σ, Mpa
stress ratio
Allowable repetititons
Design is
Cummulative fatigue damage
P 62-2013.
out fatigue: Case 3 fatigue

3.75
3.7744856971
0.00001
0.3973404323
20
0.06
100

0.2485691286
3.4647287705
3.7132978991

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