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LOAD CALCULATIONS

Job No. : Rev. No.


Project : HQ 33 CORPS UG OPS ROOM/SANDMODEL ROOM Date
Client : Designed by
Description : LOADS ON THE MAIN SAND MODEL ROOF TRUSS Checked by
Building Type =
Length (o/o) = 23.60 m
Width (o/o) = 23.60 m
Width module =
Bay spacing = 6.75 m
Clear eave height = 4.20 m
Max. eave height = 4.20 m
Roof slope (θ) = 3.84 ˚
DEAD LOAD (DL)
Wt. of sheet & purline = 15.00 Kg/m²
Dead Load (DL) = 1.01 KN/m

COLLATERAL LOAD
Collateral Load on Rafter = 15.00 Kg/m² Other Collateral Load =
= 0.00 KN/m =

LIVE LOAD (LL)


Live load/unit area, roof = 75.00 Kg/m²
Live Load (LL) = 5.06 KN/m

WIND LOAD (WL)


Basic wind speed (Vb) = 47 m/s
Design wind speed (Vz) = Vbxk1xk2xk3
where,
k1 = probability factor (risk coefficient)
= 1 Terrain Category Class
k2 = terrain, height and structure size factor 3 B
= 0.98
k3 = topography factor
= 1
Vz = 46.06 m/s

Design wind pressure (pz) = 0.6xVz²


pz = 1.273 KN/m²

PRESURE COEFFICIENTS:~
Encloser condition of the building = Open
Internal pressure coeff.(Cpi) = 0.70

h/w = 0.18
= h/w<=1/2
l/w = 1.00
= 1<l/w<=3/2
External pressure coeff.(Cpe) : Table 4 Table 5
Wind Angle Coeff. For Wall Coeff. For Roof
(ө)
Left Right Left Right
0 degree 0.70 -0.25 -0.9350 -0.40
90 degree -0.50 -0.50 -0.80 -0.80

WIND LOAD DIAGRAMS:~

Wind Across the Ridge (With -Ve Cpi) Wind Across the Ridge (With +Ve Cpi)
-0.24 -2.02 KN/m 0.30 2.58 KN/m -1.64 -14.048KN/m

KN/m KN/m KN/m


12.03 3.87 0.00
1.40 0.45 0.00

Wind Parallel to Ridge(With +Ve Cpi)


-1.50 -12.89KN/m -1.50 -12.89 KN/m

KN/m KN/m
-10.31 -10.31
-1.20 -1.20

Wind Parallel to Ridge(With -Ve Cpi)


-0.10 -0.86 KN/m -0.10 -0.86 KN/m

KN/m KN/m
1.72 0.00
0.20 0.20
Note:
1) Values within the circles are the UDL
2) -Ve value means, load applied
away from structure.
LOAD CALCULATIONS
: R0
: 22/05/2019
: vamsi
:

DEAD LOAD (DL)

OLLATERAL LOAD
8.00 Kg/m²
0.54 KN/m

LIVE LOAD (LL)

WIND LOAD (WL)

URE COEFFICIENTS:~

D LOAD DIAGRAMS:~

Wind Across the Ridge (With +Ve Cpi)


KN/m
-1.10 -9.45

KN/m
-8.16
-0.95
DESIGN ASSUMPTIONS AND LOAD COMB

The main frames are load bearing trusses on RCC columns . Roof is octagonal hipped roof with hip
Support conditions are FIXED for RCC Columns of the building and Truss supports on top of RCC
The stability of the roof is provided through the diagonal bracing and strut purlins
The roof purlins are beams supported on rigid frame rafters and span the ba

LOAD COMBINATIONS (CRITICAL


Dead Load + Seismic Load
Dead Load + Live Load + Seismic Load
Permissible Stresses have been increased by 33.33% for design of elemen
Dead Load + Crane Load + Wind Load
Dead Load + Live Load + Collateral Load
Dead Load + Wind Load Along Frame
Dead Load + Wind Load Perpendicular to the Frame
Dead Load + Crane Load
Dead Load + Live Load + Wind Load Along Frame
Dead Load + Live Load + Wind Load Perpendicular to the
S AND LOAD COMBINATIONS

octagonal hipped roof with hip rafters providing the required slopes and stability.
Truss supports on top of RCC Columns are one Pinned and one roller supports.
gonal bracing and strut purlins in line with end wall columns.
d frame rafters and span the bay spacing of the building.

NATIONS (CRITICAL)
oad + Seismic Load
Live Load + Seismic Load
by 33.33% for design of elements where wind is critical.
Crane Load + Wind Load
ve Load + Collateral Load
Wind Load Along Frame
oad Perpendicular to the Frame
oad + Crane Load
oad + Wind Load Along Frame
Wind Load Perpendicular to the Frame
Dear Kundu.
Pl find att the staad file I have been wkg on

My queries.

1. How Do I apply wind loads on the hipped octagonal roof system. The columns are RCC.

2. Is the basic scheme of modeling ok. I m doubtful about the central vertical member @ the Crown. Ne
/improvement on the one proposed here.

3. Are the jack rafters ok or should I go for mono-sloped trusses as Jack rafters in strad of simple memb

I am trying to take the coeffs as in monosloped roof with variable angle of wind attack from 0 deg to 180
( IS 8002007: Table 6)

4. Is it ok to analyse the whole structure in one go or seperate the steel part and the RCC part. ?

5. I chose members of the roof as double channel face to face making it a box.

6. comment whether pipes have any marked advantage ( I was worried for the fabrication complexities)

I await your response.

Luv
Vamsi