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FOR

UNDERPASS

INDEX

Sl No. Description

1 Subsoil Investigation Report

2 Design and Analysis of Wing Wall

3 Pile Capacity Calculation for Vertical Load

4 Design of Pile for Vertical Load

5 Pile Capacity Calculation for Lateral Load

6 Design of Pile for Lateral Load

Retaining Wall with Counterfort Check of Stability & Calculation of Internal forces

And design sections According ACI 318-08 Rev1.0

General Input :

Height of Wingwall = 5.722 m (Height of Stem + Thickness of Base)

Width of Wingwall = 3.600 m

Angle of Surcharge = 23.14 degree

fc'=35 N/mm2 fy=420 N/mm2

tw= 0.40 m LL=27.7 KN/m2 𝐿𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑙 5.722 m

ɣC=24 KN/m3

µ= 0.60

qall=143 KN/m2 Active Soil

Cover=75 mm ɣs=18KN/m3

Ignore Passive Soil NO Ka= 0.478

Ignore Soil wet W 5 NO

𝑊5 𝑊4 H=5.722m

𝐿𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑙 0.00 m co

Passive Soil

Hp=1.25m Kp= 3

1.40m 3.10m

longitudinal direction

b= 4.90 m tc= 0.40 m

d=0.67m

Lc= 2.60 m

tc= 0.40 m

Transverse direction

1-Check Stability of Wall: Elevation Plan

a- Check of Retaining Wall Overturning:

Calculation of ∑W & Stability Moment ∑M

C𝒂𝒍𝒄𝒖𝒍𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏 𝒐𝒇 𝑬𝒂𝒓𝒕𝒉 𝑷𝒓𝒆𝒔𝒔𝒖𝒓𝒆𝒔 𝑷𝑳, 𝑷𝒉𝒂 , 𝑷𝒉𝒑

Dist. From load Moments M @

Description of loads Loads W kN/m' & 𝑶𝒗𝒆𝒓𝒕𝒖𝒓𝒏𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝑴𝒐𝒎𝒆𝒏𝒕 𝑴𝒐

to point O (m) O KN.m/m'

Weight of stem

47.73 1.600 76.37 = 75.77 𝐾𝑁⁄𝑚′

W1 𝑃 = 𝐿𝐿𝐾 𝐻

𝑃 =

2

Weight of earth over Heel 𝑯-𝒕𝒃 ɣ 𝐾 𝐻

277.44 3.350 929.42 𝑃 = = 42.19 𝐾𝑁⁄𝑚′

slab W3 2

Weight of Counterfort W4 𝑴𝒐 = 𝑃 ∗𝐻 +𝑃 * 𝐻 - 𝑃 *𝐻

17.78 2.833 50.39 = 467.85 𝐾𝑁. 𝑚⁄𝑚

using(ɣc-ɣs)

12.60 0.700 8.82

slab W5

∑W=443.75 ∑M=1281.09

𝑇𝑜𝑡𝑎𝑙 𝐻𝑜𝑟𝑖𝑧𝑜𝑛𝑡𝑎𝑙 𝐹𝑜𝑟𝑐𝑒𝑠 𝑇𝑒𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝑡𝑜 𝑠𝑙𝑖𝑑 𝑡ℎ𝑒 𝑤𝑎𝑙𝑙 ∑ 𝑃 = 𝑃 + 𝑃 - 𝑃 = 174.43 𝐾𝑁⁄𝑚

𝑆𝑙𝑖𝑑𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝑟𝑒𝑠𝑖𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑛𝑐𝑒 𝐹𝑜𝑟𝑐𝑒 µ∑𝑊 = 266.25 𝐾𝑁⁄𝑚

𝑆𝑙𝑖𝑑𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑟 𝑜𝑓 𝑠𝑎𝑓𝑒𝑡𝑦 = µ∑𝑀 /∑𝑃 = 1.53 > 1.5, OK SAFE

finding eccentricity e, take moments @ point O

M@o= 0 = −∑𝑊 ∗ x + ∑𝑀 − 𝑀 ,∴ 𝑥 = 1.83 m , 𝑒 = 0.62 m , 𝑏/6 = 0.817 m e 𝑠ℎ𝑎𝑙𝑙 𝑏𝑒 ≤ 𝑏/6 to ignore tension stress

∑ ∗∑ ∑ ∗∑ ∑

𝑺𝒕𝒓𝒆𝒔𝒔 𝒇 = ± 𝑦= ± ∗

= ± = (1 ± )

∗

𝒇𝒂 =

∑

(1 + )= 159.02 KN/m2 ,𝒇𝒄 108.73 KN/m2 ,𝒇𝒆 138.48 KN/m2

𝒇𝒅 =

∑

(1 − )= 22.10 KN/m2 ,𝒇𝒃 119.90 KN/m2

Not Ok qact > qall

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Retaining Wall with Counterfort Check of Stability & Calculation of Internal forces

And design sections According ACI 318-08 Rev1.0

General Input :

Height of Wingwall = 5.722 m (Height of Stem + Thickness of Base)

Width of Wingwall = 3.600 m

Angle of Surcharge = 23.14 degree

2-Internal Forces of Retaining Wall:

a- Toe Slab Moment and Shear:

finding net stress on Toe Slab

𝒇𝒏𝒂 = 132.0 KN/m2 Upward , 𝒇𝒏𝒆 = 111.5 KN/m2 Upward

𝒇𝒏𝒃 = 92.9 KN/m2 Upward

MToe Transverse max Ult. @b = 174.9KN.m/m BOT. RFT. Use 3 T 25 /m' Tension RFT.

QToe max Ult. @d dis. From b = 134 KN/m < ΦVc = 502 KN/m Where

OK SAFE ACI318-08 , Eq 11-3

b- Heel Slab Moment and Shear:

heel Slab behaves as:

1- a cantilever from point c to x with length Lc/2, supported by stem.

2- a continuous beam from point x to d in longitudinal direction of Retaining wall

supported by counterforts

finding net stress on Heel Slab

𝒇𝒏𝒄 = -13.7 KN/m2 Downward

𝒇𝒏𝒅 = -100.3 KN/m2 Downward

𝒇𝒏𝒙 = -50.0 KN/m2 Downward

M heel Transverse Ult. @c -ve = -48.0KN.m/m TOP RFT. Use 3 T 25 /m' Tension RFT.

M heel longitudinal Ult. @d -Ve = -101.7KN.m/m TOP RFT. Use 3 T 25 /m' Tension RFT.

M heel longitudinal Ult. @d +Ve = 84.8KN.m/m BOT. RFT. Use 3 T 25 /m' Tension RFT.

QHeel max Transverse Ult. @d = 98 KN/m < ΦVc = 502 KN/m

QHeel max longitudinal Ult. @d = 196 KN/m < ΦVc = 502 KN/m

0.400 m

1.400 m 3.100 m

0.525 m 0.525 m

3.850 m

C. g of Load = 1.833 m

C. g of Pile from edge = 2.450 m

Ecentricity = 0.617 m

Moment = 274 KN-m

2

Sum of the square of the distance of Pile row from C.g of Pile = 7.411 m

Pile reaction R1 = 293 kN

R2 = 222 kN

R3 = 151 kN

c-Design of Pile Cap

Design of Heel

Max. Reaction of Pile = 293 kN

Total depth of cap = 0.750 m

Eff. depth of cap = 0.588 m

Perimeter = 4477 mm

For punching req. depth = 138 mm > d OK

Moment at c = 182 KN-m

Section Modulus, Zb = 0.09 m3 = 195 KN/m

Cracking Moment, Mcr = 346 KN-m

Minimum Flexural Strength = 415 KN-m c

Design Moment, Md = 415 KN-m

Depth required = 109 mm 2.575 m 0.525 m

Depth provided = 0.588 m > d, OK R = 293 kN

Area of Steel = 4811 mm2 ; use T 25 102 mm C/C

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Retaining Wall with Counterfort Check of Stability & Calculation of Internal forces

And design sections According ACI 318-08 Rev1.0

General Input :

Height of Wingwall = 5.722 m (Height of Stem + Thickness of Base)

Width of Wingwall = 3.600 m

Angle of Surcharge = 23.14 degree

Design of Toe

Moment at b = 230 KN-m

Section Modulus, Zb = 0.09 m3 = 27 KN/m

Cracking Moment, Mcr = 346 KN-m

Minimum Flexural Strength = 415 KN-m b

Design Moment, Md = 415 KN-m

Depth required = 109 mm 0.875 m 0.525 m

Depth provided = 0.588 m > d, OK R = 293 kN

Area of Steel = 4811 mm2 ; use T 25 102 mm C/C

d- Stem Slab Moment and Shear:

Stem Slab behaves as:

1- a cantilever from point c at heel top to point z with length Lc/2, supported by heel Slab.

2- a continuous beam above point z in longitudinal direction of Retaining wall supported by

counterforts slab.

𝒇𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒎 @𝒄 = 56.02 , 𝒇𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒎 @𝒛 44.84 , 𝒇𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒎 @𝒛𝟎 = 13.24 KN/m2

M stem vertical Ult. @c cant -ve = -61.6KN.m/mon active side Use 4 T 16 /m' Tension RFT.

M stem longitudinal Ult. @z -Ve = -45.5KN.m/mon active side Use 4 T 16 /m' Tension RFT.

M stem longitudinal Ult. @z +Ve = 37.9KN.m/m on passive side Use 4 T 16 /m' Tension RFT.

M stem longitudinal Ult. @z0 -Ve = -13.4KN.m/m on active side Use 4 T 16 /m' Tension RFT.

M stem longitudinal Ult. @z0 +Ve = 11.2KN.m/m on passive side Use 4 T 16 /m' Tension RFT.

QStem max Cantilever Ult. @c = 109 KN/m < ΦVc = 238 KN/m

QStem max longitudinal Ult. @z = 87 KN/m < ΦVc

Temperature Reinf. = 1000 mm2 ; use T 16 201 mm C/C

e- Counterfort Moment and Shear:

Counterfort Slab behaves as:

a Tee Beam its flange (is heel & stem slabs) with effective depth dctf , subjected to

1- max. moment MCfort@c at c point produced from horizontal earth pressure

2- max horizontal shear VHal Cfort@c at c point produced from horizontal earth

pressure

stress 𝒇𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒎 @𝒄 on stem slab multiplied by counterfort spacing.

3- max Vertical shear VVal Cfort@d at d point produced from Vertical net stress 𝒇𝒏𝒅

dctf = 2.63 m hz1 = 3.31 m hz2 = 1.66 m

dctf@z1 = 1.75 m dctf@z2 = 0.88 m

MCfort@z2 28.0KN.m/m Use 3 T 25 Tension RFT.

MCfort@z1 151.1KN.m/m Use 5 T 25 Tension RFT.

MCfort@c = 509.9KN.m/m Use 8 T 25 Tension RFT.

VHal Cfort@c = 168 KN/m < ΦVc = 768 KN/m

VVal Cfort@d = 301 KN/m < ΦVc

At any depth below the top, force causing

Ka x γsat x h x L

sepration

= 111 KN/m

Ast required = 667 mm2

Using 2 legged ties of dia T 16

= 402 mm2

Spacing required = 603 mm ; Provided spacing of reinf. = 200 mm

The downward force at d = 261 kN/m

The downward force at c = 36 kN/m

Ast required at d = 1565 mm2

Using vertical reinf. of dia T 16

= 201 mm2

Spacing required = 129 mm ; Provided spacing of reinf. = 125 mm

Ast required at c = 213 mm2

Using vertical reinf. of dia T 16

= 201 mm2

Spacing required = 942 mm ; Provided spacing of reinf. = 125 mm

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Diameter is limited to 24in (61cm).

FOUNDATION PROFILE & SOIL CONDITIONS

from from

Ground-m Ground-m

Depth Width-cm A'-cm2 Per.-cm I'-cm4 E -MP W -kN/m Depth -kN/m3 C-kN/m2 k-MN/m3 e50 % Nspt

0 0

0.0 24 452.4 75.4 16286.0 20683 1.067 0.0 18 15 25 6.786 0.02 9

Concrete (rough) Silt (Phi + C)

2 2

2.3 18 15 25 6.786 0.02 9

Silt (Phi + C)

4 4

6 6

6.0 15 0.0 25 8.1434 0.02 5

Soft Clay

8 8

10 10

12 12

14 14

16 16

16.5 19 33.0 0.0 33.93 40

Silty Sand

18 18

20 20

22 22

24 24

26 26

28 28

28.0 24 452.4 75.4 16286.0 20683 1.067

Pile Tip

30 30

Software Figure 1

VERTICAL ANALYSIS Figure 1

Loads:

Load Factor for Vertical Loads= 1.0

Load Factor for Lateral Loads= 1.0

Loads Supported by Pile Cap= 0 %

Shear Condition: Static

Shear Load, P= 0.0 -kN

Slope Restain St= 0.00 -cm/-cm

Profile:

Pile Length, L= 28.0 -m

Top Height, H= 0.000 -m

Slope Angle, As= 0

Batter Angle, Ab= 0

Depth Gamma Phi C K e50 or Dr Nspt Depth Width Area Per. I E Weight

-m -kN/m3 -kN/m2 -MN/m3 % -m -cm -cm2 -cm -cm4 -MP -kN/m

0.000 18 15 25 6.786 0.02 9 0.0 24 452.4 75.4 16286.0 20683 1.067

2.26 18 15 25 6.786 0.02 9 28.0 24 452.4 75.4 16286.0 20683 1.067

6 15 0.0 25 8.1434 0.02 5

16.5 19 33.0 0.0 33.93 0 40

40 19 33.0 0.0 33.93 0 40

Vertical capacity:

Weight above Ground= 0.00 Total Weight= 18.48-kN *Soil Weight is not included

Side Resistance (Down)= 605.946-kN Side Resistance (Up)= 479.982-kN

Tip Resistance (Down)= 66.022-kN Tip Resistance (Up)= 0.000-kN

Total Ultimate Capacity (Down)= 671.968-kN Total Ultimate Capacity (Up)= 498.464-kN

Total Allowable Capacity (Down)= 671.968-kN Total Allowable Capacity (Up)= 258.473-kN

OK! Qallow > Q

Settlement Calculation:

At Q= 600.00-kN Settlement= 0.87046-cm

At Xallow= 2.54-cm Qallow= 642.28326-kN

Note: If the program cannot find a result or the result exceeds the upper limit. The result will be displayed as 9999.

Software

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700

630

560

Compression Load, Qdw -kN

490

420

350

280

210

140

70

0

0.0 0.3 0.6 0.9 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.1 2.4 2.7 3.0 3.3 3.6 3.9 4.2 4.5 4.8 5.1 5.4 5.7 6.0

Settlement, X -cm

Total Side Tip

Software Figure 1

Company: TCCL RoundCol 20000104 1999 Techno Consultants

Address: User Registration No: Unregistered Copy

Tel Fax: Email: Made by Date Page No

Project: 600mm Dia Pile Under Wing Wall UDAYAN February 27, 2019

Client: Checked Job No Revision

Element: A/4 2418 3-4 600Dia 00/62051

Results Displayed for Load Case 1 Load Reference: 1.4DL+1.6LL Data Store No 001

fcu N/mm2 gmc Ecu X-direction End Conditions

35 1.5 0.0035 Stability At Top At Bottom

Braced Rigid Rigid

fy N/mm 2

gms Esu Unbraced Semi Rigid Semi Rigid

Braced Pinned Pinned X

420 1.05 0.00200

Free Pinned

Dia mm Steel Bars Cover to cg Lo (m) ß (Table 3.19)

600 11 75 28.000 1

15.6333 400.0000 200 kN/mm2 Lex (m) Ratio Status Max Lo/h Allowed

28.000 Lex/h=46.67 Slender 60 >46.7 hence OK

Design Data Summary

hs/h 0.7500 Steel dia hs Deflection Moments to Clause 3.8.3

N/h2 fcu 0.0476 450 Kx (Eq 33) ßa x (Eq34) au x mm auav x mm Madd x=Nau x

100Asc/Ac 1.9102 >0.4% & <6%OK 1.0000 1.0889 653.3333 392.0000

p fy/fcu 22.9226

M/h3 fcu 0.0644 Applied Axial Load, kN & Moments, kNm Notional BM *

Design BM

Nuz kN 6580.62 N, kN BM at Ends Applied Mxx kNm Nemin (h/20<=20) Mx kNm

Nbal xx kN 2093.24 600 M2 ( >=M1) 12 392.00

Mbal xx kNm 554.54 M1 @ 2nd end 0 Bending: Single Curvature

NA x-Nbalxx mm 311.36 Critical Initial Moment Mi=0.4M1+0.6M2 >=0.4M2 = 0.00 kNm

*

Design Moment=Mi+Madd >M2, M1+Madd/2 & emin N

Steel Areas & Position (from Top Mid Point) Steel Strain, Stress, Force and Moment (about mid depth)

Area mm2 X-dist mm Y-dist mm Strain Es*Strain fs used N/mm2 Fs kN BM kNm

491 63.39 84.11 0.002097208 419.44 400.00 196.40 42.40

491 170.04 152.66 0.000954112 190.82 190.82 93.69 13.81

491 222.71 267.98 -0.000969156 -193.83 -193.83 -95.17 -3.05

491 204.67 393.47 -0.003061972 -612.39 -400.00 -196.40 18.36

491 121.64 489.28 -0.00465988 -931.98 -400.00 -196.40 37.17

491 -0.00 525.00 -0.005255558 -1051.11 -400.00 -196.40 44.19

491 -121.64 489.28 -0.00465988 -931.98 -400.00 -196.40 37.17

491 -204.67 393.47 -0.003061972 -612.39 -400.00 -196.40 18.36

491 -222.71 267.98 -0.000969156 -193.83 -193.83 -95.17 -3.05

491 -170.04 152.66 0.000954112 190.82 190.82 93.69 13.81

491 -63.39 84.11 0.002097208 419.44 400.00 196.40 42.40

for 25 bars

Max dia=25 mm Neutral Stress Block Concrete Stress Block Size, Centroid, Force Magnitude & Moment

Min dia=25 mm Axis x mm Depth 0.9x mm Chord mm Area mm2 cg from top mm Fc kN BM kNm

Cover=62 mm 209.867 188.88 557.32 76257.23 110.83 1,192.15 225.52

Available Section Capacity: 600.00 487.09

Required Design Capacity: 600.00 392.00

Design Mx=392.00 kNm < 487.09 kNm Hence OK

Applied Loading Cases:

Load Case Load Case Axial Load auav Initial End Moments Available Required Strength

No Display Reference N, kN mm Mx2 kNm Mx1 kNm BMx* kNm Mtx* kNm Check

Case 1 1.4DL+1.6LL 600 487.09 392.00 OK

Case 2 422.65 OK

Case 3 422.65 OK

Case 4 422.65 OK

Case 5 422.65 OK

Case 6 422.65 OK

Note: The moment of steel and concrete forces is taken and summed up about the mid depth.

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Single Pile, Khead=5, Kbc=2

from from

Pile Top-m -500.00 0 +500.00 Pile Top-m

0 0

2 2

4 4

6 6

8 8

10 10

12 12

14 14

16 16

18 18

20 20

22 22

24 24

Lateral Slope Vertical Slope Max.

No. Load Restraint Load at Top Moment

26 (kN) (cm/cm) (kN) (cm/cm) (kN-m) 26

1 9.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 9.3

2 27.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 33.8

28 3 45.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 67.1 28

4 63.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 112.0

5 72.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 140.0

30 6 81.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 172.0 30

7 90.0 0.0 600.0 0.00 209.0

Software Figure 2

Design Moment MD = 154.15 Kip - ft

Design Axial force PD = 135 Kip

Dia of Pile D = 23.622 in

Let Pg = 3.90 %

Use bar dia Y = 25 Ф

Ag = 438.251 in2

2

A St = 17.0918 in

Moment of inertia of uncraked Concrete section

4

I Concrete = 15284 in

Moment of inertia of Steel

4

ISteel = 49120.6 in

3

Sut = 5452.9 in

m = 16.47

Balanced eccentricity, eb = 7.898 in

Allowable avg. copression stress, Fa = 2.42904 Ksi

Allowable avg. bending stress, Fb = 1.9575 Ksi

Load corresponding to the, eb Pb = 595.476 Kip

Mb = 391.94 Kip - ft

Mo = 173.017 Kip - ft

Moment capacity, M = 173.018 Kip - ft > MD OK

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