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T-2 Forecourt structure

KEMPEGOWDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

TERMINAL-2 FORECOURT STRUCTURE SCHEMATIC DESIGN REPORT- VOLUME 1- STRUCTURE MAY 2018

KIA-STU-B03-466179-ST-DBR-000001

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Bengaluru International Airport Ltd T-2 Forecourt structure Proposed Fore court roadway structure for Ter minal 2

T-2 Forecourt structure

Proposed Fore court roadway structure for Ter minal 2 At Kempegow da International Airport, Bengal uru

Structu ral Design Basis Repo rt

Report Nu mber – KIA-STU-B03-466179-ST-DBR-000001

Revision

Date

Description

Created B y

Approved By

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05th May 201 7

Draft Report

NGC

SDC / AEC

Client:

BANGALORE INTERNATIONA L AIRPORT LTD,

Bengaluru International Airport,

Devenhalli, Bengaluru - 560300

Consultants:

Bengaluru International Airport Ltd T-2 Forecourt structure Proposed Fore court roadway structure for Ter minal 2

5 th and 6 th Floor, Golden Enclave , Old Airport Road, Bangalore 560017. Ph. 080-40397979

Email:-bangalore@stupmail.com

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Table Of Contents

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  • 1. General Arrangement and Design Basis

6

1.1

Introduction

6

1.1.1

General Structural Layout:

6

Design Basis

  • 2. .....................................................................................................................

7

  • 3. Design Life & Serviceability

7

Materials

  • 4. ............................................................................................................................

7

4.1

Concrete:

7

4.2

Reinforcement

7

Durability

  • 5. ...........................................................................................................................

8

Design Loads

  • 6. ....................................................................................................................

8

6.1

Gravity Loads

..........................................................................................................

8

6.1.1

Dead Loads

8

6.1.2

Superimposed Dead Loads and Live Loads

9

6.2

Wind Loads .............................................................................................................

9

6.2.1

Basic wind parameters

9

6.3

Seismic Loads

10

6.4

Thermal Loads

10

6.5

Vehicle Impact

......................................................................................................

11

6.6

Soil and Hydrostatic pressure

...............................................................................

11

6.7

Miscellaneous loading components

11

6.8

Service Load Combinations As per IRC: 6-2014

12

  • 7. Structural Analysis

12

7.1

Mathematical modelling

12

7.2

Static Analysis

......................................................................................................

12

7.3

Dynamic Analysis for wind

12

7.4

Dynamic Analysis for Seismicity

12

7.5

Design

13

7.5.7

Fire Resistances of Structural Elements

13

7.5.8

Expansion Joints and Movement Joints

13

7.5.9

Environmental Exposure

13

7.5.10

Cover to Reinforcement

13

7.5.11

Deflection Criteria

13

7.5.12

Sway & Drift

13

7.5.13

Cracking

14

  • 8. Design of Structure

14

8.1

Design of foundation

14

8.2

Design of Columns

14

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  • 8.3 Design of Padded Beams

14

Design of Slabs

  • 8.4 .....................................................................................................

14

  • 8.5 of

Design

miscellaneous components

15

9.

List of Design Codes and Standards

15

General Loads

  • 9.1 ......................................................................................................

15

  • 9.2 Designs for Earthquake Resistance

15

  • 9.3 Designs for Concrete Elements

.............................................................................

15

  • 9.4 Indian Roads Congress (IRC) Standerds

17

  • 9.5 .........................................................................................

Design

for

Foundations

18

  • 9.6 ....................................................................................

Design

for

Fire Resistance

18

  • 9.7 Other codes and specifications

18

  • 10. ANNEXURE-1 : Architectural and structural drawings

  • 11. ANNEXURE-2 : Geotechnical report

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List of Tables

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Table 1 Minimum Grades Of Concrete:

7

8

Table 3 Material And Density:

9

Table 4 Super Imposed and Imposed Loads:

9

Table 5 Wind Load Parameters:

9

Table 6 Seismic Load Parameters:

10

11

.............................................................................. Table 8 Load Combinations As per IRC: 6-2014:

12

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  • 1. General Arrangement and Design Basis

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This section generally describes all the requirements for structural analysis, design, detailing and construction of the T-2 Forecourt roadway structure. The area of the structure to be built shall be as in the architectural drawings.

1.1

Introduction

Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) is planning to have an additional terminal building at the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB) to cater to the future growth in passenger air traffic.

In addition of the terminal building, there is a forecourt structure with partially covered steel roof for the passenger vehicular movement area. Forecourt area serves as a pickup and drop-off location for the terminal 2 passengers.

  • 1.1.1 General Structural Layout:

    • a) Forecourt structure is proposed with a single storey in Reinforced concrete frame work for with 18x18m grids.

    • b) Superstructure is composed of columns and one way beam slab system. Columns are of approx 12m height above GL spaced at every 18x18m grid to facilitate the clear driveway.

    • c) Deck slab consists of one way beam slab system where beams are provided along the longitudinal direction.

    • d) Steel roof is supported on the forecourt with steel columns placed at 18x18m grids.

    • e) Forecourt structure is connected to elevated roadway structure with transition. Expansion joints are provided at the junctions of forecourt structure and roadway transition.

    • f) Metro connecting bridge and terminal building passenger walkway bridges are supported on forecourt structure with bearings.

    • g) Planter is provided on the western edge of the structure ..

  • 1.1.1.1 Substructure System The foundation system would be bored cast in situ RC pile foundation ( Pile length approximately 20m which will be arrived at by vertical load capacity calculation based on Skin frictional resistance, neglecting the filled up depth, and the End bearing resistance and also the lateral load capacity. These capacities will have to be validated by initial and routine load tests) is proposed.

  • 1.1.1.2 Expansion joints Expansion joint is to be provided to reduce the thermal effects on the structure and to separate the superstructure structural systems. In addition, they allow the two structural systems which respond differently/similarly under seismic condition, to move freely in their own course. The locations of the expansions joints will be decided in conjunction with the architectural planning.

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  • 2. Design Basis

2.1

The

design

is

comply

with

the

Bureau

of

Indian standards, Indian road

Congress(IRC) standards, National Building Code of India, unless specified otherwise in these specifications. Wherever, Indian standard is silent, reference is made to the provisions of Indian Road Congress. The order of hierarchy of the codes / documents is given as under:

  • 2.2 In case of conflict between any section of these documents or between any of the documents specified, the following precedence shall prevail:

 

a)

Design basis report, design data sheet and Provision of IRC code (In case of conflict between two codes, more stringent provisions shall prevail).

b)

Design specifications

 

c)

Technical specifications

d)

Bureau of Indian standards

e)

Euro Codes and other international codes

 
  • 3. Design Life & Serviceability

 
  • 3.1 The design life of the structure is considered as 100 years as per IRC:112-2011 unless specified otherwise.

  • 3.2 Fire Rating

 
 

All structural elements are designed and detailed considering 2 hour fire rating per NBC.

as

  • 4. Materials

 
  • 4.1 Concrete:

 

The minimum grades of concrete as per IRC:112-2011 Table-14.2 for service life of 100 years are as below.

 

Table 1 Minimum Grades Of Concrete:

 
   

Exposure

Min cover, mm

Min. Concrete

Min Cement

Max Water

condition

Grade

content kg/m3

cement ratio

 

Moderate

  • 40 M25

 

340

0.45

 

Severe

  • 45 M30

 

360

0.45

 

Very severe

  • 50 M40

 

380

0.4

 

Extreme

  • 75 M45

 

400

0.35

  • 4.2 Reinforcement

 

4.2.1

Reinforcement used in construction shall conform to the following standards:

 

a)

IS 432 – for mild and medium tensile steel bars and hard drawn steel wires

b)

IS 1786 : 2008 – High Strength deformed steel bars

 

c)

IS 1566 : 1982 – for hard drawn steel wire fabric

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  • 4.2.2 Minimum Reinforcement grades used are in accordance to the following design strengths Table 2 Reinforcement Steel Grade and Yield Strength:

         

Coefficient of

Young's

Modulus

Yield Stress, fy

Diameters in mm

Density

Poisson's

ratio

Thermal

Expansion

 

500Mpa for Fe500 &

8,I0,12,16,20,25,28,

78.5

0.3

1.2X10 -5 Per

200,000MPa

600Mpa for Fe600

32 & 36

kN/m 3

o C

  • 4.2.3 Reinforcement detailing shall be in accordance with IRC: 112-2011 section-15.

4.2.3.1 Reinforcement bar sizes and spacing between the bars shall be in accordance with IRC: 112-2011 clause 15.2.1 specifications.

4.2.3.2 Anchorage length required for development of full strength of bars shall confirm with clause 15.2.3 of IRC: 112-2011.

  • 4.2.3.3 Splicing of reinforcement bars shall confirm to clause 15.2.3 of IRC: 112-2011.

    • 5. Durability

      • 5.1 Environmental exposure condition for the structures shall be as per Table 14.1 of IRC: 112-2011 as follows:

        • 5.1.1 For structure below ground or in contact with earth – Moderate

        • 5.1.2 Other super structurel elements – Moderate

          • 5.2 Clear cover to Reinforcement of superstructure shall be 40mm conforming to IRC: 112-2011 Table-14.2 including requirements applicable for fire rating.

          • 5.3 Clear cover to sub-structure reinforcement shall be 75mm confirming to IRC: 112- 2011 clause 14.3.2.1.

            • 6. Design Loads

  • 6.1 Gravity Loads

6.1.1

Dead Loads

6.1.1.1 The densities used in the calculation of permanent or dead loads as per IRC: 6-2014 are defined as follows:

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Table 3 Material And Density:

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Material

Density (kN/m3)

Plain Cement Concrete

24.0

Reinforced Concrete

25.0

Steel work

78.5

Compacted Backfill

20.0

Soil for planter

19.0

  • 6.1.2 Superimposed Dead Loads and Live Loads

Table 4 Super Imposed and Imposed Loads:

     

SUPER IMPOSED DEAD LOAD (SIDL)

   

SL

 

SERVICES /

LAND

 

LIVE

NO

LEGEND

FINISHES

FALSE

TOTAL SIDL IN

LOAD

REMARKS

kN/m 2

CEILING LOAD kN/m 2

SCAPE ( kN/m 2 )

( kN/m 2 )

(kN/m 2 )

1

Footpaths

4.5

0.5

 

5.0

5.00

 
             

Equivalent Live load on slab

2

Roads

2.5

0.5

3.0

15.0

considered as per NBC and IRC 6 Loading

3

Planter

1.0

 

16.0

17.0

2.0

 

6.1.2.1 The superimposed dead loads are minimum loads. The actual loads should be based on more detailed architectural design and functional/ operational requirements.

  • 6.2 Wind Loads

    • 6.2.1 Basic wind parameters

6.2.1.1 Design wind loading shall be in accordance with IRC 6: 2014

Table 5 Wind Load Parameters:

Basic wind speed

33m/s (3s gust

10m)

speed at

Basic

wind

speed

(V b )

corresponds to return period

Hourly mean wind

29.2 m/s

of 100 years Table 5 IRC: 6-2014

 

speed (V Z ) Horizontal wind pressure (P Z ) (plain terrain)

512.5 N/m 2

Table 5 IRC: 6-2014

 

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G Gust Factor

2.0

clause 209.3.3 IRC: 6-2014

Drag co-efficient C D

1.1

clause 209.3.3 IRC: 6-2014

Lift co-efficient C L

0.75

clause 209.3.5 IRC: 6-2014

Transverse wind force F T (in N) F T = P z * A 1 * G * C D where A 1 = Solid area in m 2 (clause 209.3.2)

Upward and downward vertical wind load F V (in N) F V = P Z * A 3 * G * C L where A 3 = Solid area in m 2 (clause 209.3.2)

6.3

Seismic Loads

  • 6.3.1 The seismic design shall follow in accordance with IS 1893 (Part 1-2016 & Part 3-

 

2014).

  • 6.3.2 The response spectrum in Figure 1 of IS 1893 (part 3): 2014 shall be used to determine the seismic loads. The parameters listed below shall be used to compute the seismic forces.

Table 6 Seismic Load Parameters:

Site

Type I Hard Soil As per Available Geotechnical Investigation

Seismic zone

II

Zone factor (Z)

0.10

Importance factor (I)

1.5*

Response reduction factor

3

 

5% for R.C.C

Damping Percentage of imposed loads (excluding permanent equipment weight) considered as seismic weight

50%

Notes:

  • a) An importance factor of 1.5 shall be adopted as per Table 2 of IS 1893 Part-3 2014. to reflect the fact that the airport and its connectivity is an essential facility,

  • 6.4 Thermal Loads

    • 6.4.1 According to Clause 215.2 in IRC: 6-2014.

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Table 7 Temperature Load Parameters:

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42.5

Maximum Temperature (degree Celsius) Minimum Temperature (degree Celsius)

<10

  • 6.4.2 Exposed steel structures and RC structures have been designed on the basis of an outdoor temperature differential of 30º C.

  • 6.4.3 Thermal effects shall be considered for the design of the roof structures. The design temperature range shall be reduced to take into consideration the roof build-up and thermal insulation if any.

  • 6.4.4 Construction delay joints help to mitigate shrinkage stress and thermal stress build- up effects during construction. sufficient shrinkage strips shall be provided during construction.

    • 6.5 Vehicle Impact

      • 6.5.1 In the members of the bridge designed for vehiclular loads, impact factor shall be determined from the Fig.5 of IRC: 6-2014.

      • 6.5.2 All the structural columns are proposed to be protected from vehicle impact by providing protective barrier for the vehicular impact load.

        • 6.6 Soil and Hydrostatic pressure

          • 6.6.1 The structure or part of structure that is required to resist the pressure exerted by soil and/or water shall be designed by as per IRC 6-2014 and IS: 456 – 2000. This effect shall be considered as part of dead load for the purpose of load combinations and partial safety factors.

          • 6.6.2 Pressure exerted by soil shall be considered on the basis of established theories like Coulomb’s theory including modified coefficient of active earth pressure due seismicity. Surcharge effect due to moving / stationery vehicles shall be considered. Lateral earth pressure shall be calculated for a saturated backfill having a bulk density of 20kN/m³. Checking for Stability of structure will be done as per cl. 20.1 & 20.2 of IS: 456 – 2000. Friction factor for sliding will be taken equal to tan of (angle of repose of soil).

            • 6.7 Miscellaneous loading components

              • 6.7.1 Longitudinal forces : Forces arising due to tractive efforts caused due to acceleration of vehicle, braking effect due to application of brakes and frictional resistance offered to movement of free bearings due to temperature shall be as per accordance with the IRC: 6-2014.

              • 6.7.2 Centrifugal forces: Forces arising due to the centrifugal action of moving vehicles on curve shall be calculated as per the provisions of IRC: 6-2014.

              • 6.7.3 Collision load: Columns of the structure built in median shall be designed to withstand vehicle collision loads per the Table-11 of IRC 6:2014

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  • 6.8 Service Load Combinations As per IRC: 6-2014

Table 8 Load Combinations As per IRC: 6-2014:

   

Service Condition

 

Load combinations

Dead Load (G)

Live Load (Q)

Vehicle Impact (Q im )

Vehicle collision Load (V C )

Wind ( W )

Tractive (F a )

Braking (F b )

Bearing friction (F bf )

Centrifugal force (F cf )

Earth pressure (F ep )

Temperature (F T )

Seismic (F eq )

I

1

  • 1 1

 
  • - -

 

1

 
  • 1 -

  • 1 1

1

 

-

 
  • II A

1

  • 1 1

 
  • - -

 

1

 
  • 1 -

  • 1 1

1

 

1

 
  • II B

1

  • 0.5 1

 
  • - -

 

0.5

 
  • 0.5 -

  • 1 1

0.5

 

1

 
  • III A

1

  • 1 1

 
  • - 1

 

1

 
  • 1 -

  • 1 1

1

 

1

 
  • III B

1

  • 0.5 1

 
  • - 1

 

0.5

 
  • 0.5 -

  • 1 1

0.5

 

1

 

IV

1

  • 1 1

 
  • - 1

 

1

 
  • 1 -

  • 1 1

1

 

-

 

V

1

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

VI

1

 
  • 0.2 -

  • 1 -

 

0.2

 
  • 0.2 1

  • 1 1

0.2

   

1

VII

1

1

  • 1 -

 

1

1

1

 
  • 1 1

1

 

1

-

  • 7. Structural Analysis

    • 7.1 Mathematical modelling

      • 7.1.7 The analysis shall be done by using the engineering software ETABS 2016. The structure is be analyzed for individual load cases and combinations as described above and the performance of the structure in various limit states of collapse and serviceability is checked accordingly.

        • 7.2 Static Analysis

          • 7.2.7 Static analysis shall be done for dead loads, imposed loads (live loads), wind loads seismic loads and other miscellaneous loads.

            • 7.3 Dynamic Analysis for wind

              • 7.3.7 Dynamic analysis for wind effect shall be carried out as applicable in conformity with clause 9.1 of IS: 875 (Part – 3) – 2014

                • 7.4 Dynamic Analysis for Seismicity

                  • 7.4.7 Dynamic analysis shall be performed for seismic condition using response spectrum as per IS: 1893 (Part –1)– 2016 to obtain design seismic forces along two horizontal

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and one vertical direction, considering 30 % load component along the two mutually perpendicular directions along with 100 % load along the third direction, in load combination as per is 1893 part-1 2016.

  • 7.5 Design Criteria.

    • 7.5.7 Fire Resistances of Structural Elements

      • 7.5.7.1 Fire resistances of Structural Elements shall be in accordance with Cl.3.2, above.

        • 7.5.8 Expansion Joints and Movement Joints

          • 7.5.8.1 Expansion Joints and Movement Joints shall be based on geometry and stiffness of the structure.

          • 7.5.8.2 Expansion joints provided shall be in accordance with the IRC: SP-69:2011

            • 7.5.9 Environmental Exposure

              • 7.5.9.1 Environmental Exposure shall be in accordance with Cl.4.0, above.

                • 7.5.10 Cover to Reinforcement

                  • 7.5.10.1 Minimum cover to any reinforcement shall be considered as per IRC 112-2011 clause 14.3.2.1.

                    • 7.5.11 Deflection Criteria

                      • 7.5.11.1 The deflection of

a member

or

structure shall be calculated as

provisions of IRC: 112-2011 clause 12.4.2.

per

the

  • 7.5.11.2 Limiting values of the deflection under live load shall be in accordance with clause 12.4.1 of IRC:112-2011.

Vehicular

: Span/800

Vehicular & pedestrian or pedestrian alone : Span/1000

 

Vehicular on cantilever

: Cantilever span/300

 

Vehicular & Pedestrian or

pedestrian only on cantilever

arms

: cantilever

span/375

  • 7.5.12 Sway & Drift

    • 7.5.12.1 For RCC structure portion

Lateral sway at top of structure under wind load with a partial safety factor for

load as 1.0 = Height / 500 (clause 20.5 of IS: 456- 2000). Storey drift = 0.004 x storey height with a partial safety factor for load as 1.0 (clause 7.11.1 of IS: 1893 (Part – 1) – 2002).

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7.5.13 Cracking

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  • 7.5.13.1 Crack widths are calculated as per IRC: 112-2011 clause 12.3.4 and values shall be restricted to the values given in Table-12.1.

  • 7.5.13.2 Spacing requirements of reinforcement shall be as given in clause 12.3.6 Table- 12.2 & 12.3 of IRC: 112-2011 to control cracking

    • 8. Design of Structure The design are based on the listed codes and standards, all other applicable codes and sound engineering practice. The design of all the elements, including miscellaneous components of the structure will be carried out using validated and approved excel spread sheets.

      • 8.1 Design of foundation

        • 8.1.7 Foundation for the structure shall consist of deep foundations (bored cast in situ RC piles). Piles are proposed considering the probability of differential settlement due to vehicular movement.

        • 8.1.8 The load capacities viz., Vertical and lateral for the RC pile

will

be

as

per

the

recommendations of the geotechnical investigation agency, based on the soil

parameters arrived at from the geotechnical investigation and the provisions of IS

 

2911.

Based on the indicated soil profile we have considered pile of 1200mm dia

terminated at 20m(approx) below founding level with vertical capacity of (Skin resistance + End bearing) 3500kN and Horizontal capacity of420kN. These capacities shall be validated by Initial load (for 2.5 times the design load on a pile which will be discarded) and Routine load ( for 1.5 times the design load on a working pile) field tests on piles . Design and disposition of RC piles and design of RC pile caps is in conformity with IS 2911 and IRC: 112-2011.

8.2

Design of Columns

  • 8.2.7 Columns are be designed for all six components (forces and moments in three

 

directions) from the analysis result as per IRC: 112-2011 and IRC:6 2014. Effective length of each column is calculated as per Table-11.1 of IRC: 112-2011

  • 8.2.8 Detailing of reinforcement shall be in accordance with the clause 16.2 of IRC: 112-

 

2011.

8.3

Design of Beams

  • 8.3.7 Beams are designed for the moment, torsion and shear obtained from the analysis for various load combinations as per IRC: 112–2011 for RC structures. deformations are checked as per the codal requirement.

  • 8.3.8 Detailing of reinforcement shall be in accordance with the clause 16.5 of IRC: 112-

 

2011.

  • 8.4 Design of Slabs

    • 8.4.7 Slabs shall be designed as per clause 16.6 of IRC: 112-2011.

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  • 8.5 Design of miscellaneous components

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  • 8.5.7 Miscellaneous components like planters, drains, Ledges to support walkway bridges shall be designed as per the relevant provisions of IRC: 112-2011 and IS: 456–2000.

    • 9. List of Design Codes and Standards The design of foundation, sub-structure and super-structure are in accordance with the following codes of practice, standards and references:

      • 9.1 General Loads

        • a) IS 875 : Part 1 Dead Loads

        • b) IS 875 : Part 2 Imposed Loads

        • c) IS 875 : Part 3 Wind Loads

        • d) IS 875 : Part 5 Special Loads and Combinations.

  • 9.2 Designs for Earthquake Resistance

    • a) IS 1893 Part 3:2014 Criteria for earthquake resistance design of structures: Bridges and Retaining walls

    • b) IS 1893 Part 1:2016 Criteria for earthquake resistance design of structures: general provisions and buildings

    • c) IS 4326:2013 Earthquake resistance design and construction of buildings Code of practice.

  • 9.3 Designs for Concrete Elements

    • a) Specification for coarse and fine aggregate

  • IS - 383

    • b) Specifications for mild steel and medium tensile steel bars and hard - drawn steel wire for concrete reinforcement. Part – I Mild steel and medium tensile bars Part – II Hard drawn steel wire

    IS - 432 (All Parts)

    • c) Specification for Portland blast furnace slag cement

    IS - 455

    • d) Plain and Reinforced Concrete – Code of practice

    IS - 456:2000

    • e) Specification for test sieves

    IS - 460

    IS - 516

    • f) Methods of test for strength of concrete

    • g) Standard sand for testing of cement

    IS - 650

    • h) Sampling and analysis of concrete

    IS - 1199

    • i) Code of practice for pre-stressed concrete

    IS - 1343

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    j)

    IS - 1489

    Specification for Portland pozzolana cement

     

    k)

    IS - 1542

    Sand for plaster

     

    l)

    IS - 1566

    Specification for hard - drawn steel wire fabric

     

    m)

    IS - 1786

    High

    strength

    deformed

    steel

    bars

    &

    wires

    for

    concrete

     

    reinforcement

     

    n)

    IS - 1791

    Batch type concrete mixers

     

    o)

    IS - 2386

    Method of test for aggregates for concrete (8 Parts)

     

    p)

    IS - 2502

    Code of practice for bending and fixing of bars for concrete reinforcement.

    q)

    IS - 2505

    Immersion type concrete vibrators

     

    r)

    IS - 2751

    Code of practice for welding of MS bars

     

    s)

    IS - 2911

    Code of practice for design and construction of pile foundation

    t)

    IS - 3370

    Code of practice for concrete structure for the storage of

     
     

    (All Parts)

    liquids.

    u)

    IS - 3558

    Code of practice for the use of immersion vibrators for Consolidating concrete.

     

    v)

    IS - 5525

    Recommendation for detailing of reinforcement in reinforced Concrete works.

    w)

    IS - 5640

    Method of test for determining aggregate impact value of soft, Coarse aggregate.

    x)

    IS - 5816

    Methods of test for splitting strength of concrete cylinder

     

    y)

    IS - 6006

    Uncoated stress relieved strand for prestressed concrete.

    z)

    IS - 6461

    Cement concrete : glossary of terms

     

    aa) IS – 6925

    Methods of tests for determination of water soluble chlorides in concrete admixtures.

    bb) IS - 8041

    Specifications for rapid hardening Portland Cement

     

    cc) IS - 8043

    Specifications for hydrophobic Portland Cement

     

    dd) IS - 8112

    Specification for high strength ordinary Portland cement.

     

    ee) IS - 9103

    Admixtures for concrete.

     

    ff)

    IS -14268

    Uncoated stress relieved low relaxation seven-ply strands for Pre stressed Concrete

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    • 9.4 Indian Roads Congress (IRC) Standerds

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    a)

    IRC 112:2011

    Code of Practice for Concrete Road Bridges

    • b) Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, SectionI-General Features of Design

    IRC 5 : 1998

    • c) Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section I Loads and Stresses

    IRC 6: 2014

    IRC 10:1961

    • d) Recommended Practice for Borrow pits for Road

     

    Embankments Constructed by Manual

    Operation

    • e) Design Criteria for Prestressed Concrete Road Bridges (Post- Tensioned Concrete)

    IRC 18:1985

    • f) Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section VI – Composite Construction (Limit States Design) (Third Revision)

    IRC: 22-2015

    • g) - Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section VII- Foundations and Substructures (Revised Edition)

    IRC: 78

    • h) IRC: 83 (Part I) 2015 Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section IX Bearings, Part I : Roller & Rocker Bearings (Second Revision)

    • i) IRC:83 (Part II) 2015 Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section IX – Bearings (Elastomeric Bearings), Part II (First Revision)

    • j) IRC:83 (Part III 2002 Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section IX – Bearings, Part III: POT, POT-CUM- PTFE, PIN and Metallic Guide Bearings

    • k) IRC:83-2014 (Part IV) Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Road Bridges, Section IX – Bearings (Spherical and Cylindrical)

    • l) IRC SP-69:2011 Guidelines Specifications For Expansion Joints

    • m) IRC:SP:33-1989 Guidelines

    on

    Supplemental

    Measures

    for

    Design,

    Detailing & Durability of Important Bridge Structures

    • n) IRC: SP: 35-1990 Guidelines for Inspection and Maintenance of Bridges

    • o) IRC: SP: 37-2010 Guidelines for Evaluation of Load carrying capacity of Bridges

    • p) IRC: SP: 40-1993 Guidelines on Techniques for strengthening and Rehabilitation of Bridges

    • q) IRC:SP:42-2014 Guidelines on Road Drainage (First Revision)

    Bengaluru International Airport Ltd

    T-2 Forecourt structure

    • r) IRC: SP: 51-2015 Guidelines of Load Testing of Bridges

    • s) IRC: SP: 65- 2005 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Segmental Bridges

    • t) IRC: SP: 66-July 2005 Guidelines for the Design of Continuous Bridges.

    • u) IRC:SP:67-2005 Guidelines

    for

    Use

    of

    External

    and

    Unbonded

    Prestressing Tendons in Bridge Structures Guidelines for the use of High Performance Concrete in Bridges.

    • v) IRC:SP:71-2006 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Pretensioned Girder of Bridges

    • 9.5 Design for Foundations

      • a) Indian Standard Code of practice for design & construction foundations in Soil : General Requirements

    IS 1904

    • b) Design and construction of pile foundation-Code of practice

    IS 2911

    • c) IS: 2911-2010 Design and Construction of Pile Foundations

      • a. Part -1/Section-1 : Driven Cast In-situ Concrete Piles, Second Revision

      • b. Part -1/Section-2 : Bored cast in-situ piles, Second Revision

      • c. Part -1/Section-3 : Driven Precast Concrete Piles, Second Revision

      • d. Part -1/Section-4: Precast Concrete Piles in Prebored Holes

      • e. Part -4: Load test on piles, First Revision

  • d) National Building Code of India

    • 9.6 Design for Fire Resistance

      • a) General Construction in Steel – Code of Practice

    IS 800:2007

    • b) Plain and Reinforced Concrete – Code of Practice

    IS 456:2000

    • c) Code of Practice for Fire Safety of Building (General): General Principles of Fire Grading and Classification

    IS 1641:1988

    • d) Fire Safety of Buildings (General): Details of Construction – Code of Practice

    IS 1642:1989

    • 9.7 Other codes and specifications

      • 9.7.7 Other IS codes pertaining to the items of cement concrete work in structural work even if not listed above shall also be deemed to come under the purview of this clause. All Indian Roads Congress Standards, Specifications and codes of practice also come under this purview.

      • 9.7.8 All codes shall be referred to its latest release or revisions.