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N3C30A

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: AL-Type 1a

Length, L = 1620 mm

Width, b = 720 mm

Height, h = 165 mm

Concrete area, A = m^2

Concrete volume, V = 0.17 m^3

Concrete density, D = 25 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 12.75 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

a) Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Mild Steel Bar

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 10 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 78.54 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 78.54 kN > DL (12.75 kN)

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

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JWN3C30A

Precast Aircon Ledge (AL - Type 1a)

Assume 90 degree bend, min. Anchorage length either 4*(internal dia. of bend) or

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 10 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 40.10 mm < Le (250 mm)

a) Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

Assume 90 degree bend, min. Anchorage length either 4*(internal dia. of bend) or

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 10 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 20.05 mm < Le (250mm)

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

N3C30A

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: 1PHS1L

Length, L = 1800 mm

Width, b = 2700 mm

Height, h = 2630 mm

Concrete area, A = m^2

Concrete volume, V = 3.34 m^3

Concrete density, D = 25 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 250.50 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

a) Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Prestressing strands

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 54.84 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 408.01 kN > DL (250.50 kN)

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

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JWN3C30A

Precast Household Shelter (1PHS-1L)

Assume 90 degree bend, min. Anchorage length either 4*(internal dia. of bend) or

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 826.72 mm < Le (1000 mm)

a) Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 413.36 mm < Le (1000 mm)

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

N3C30A

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: PRP - C2

Length, L = 7343 mm

Width, b = 1300 mm

Height, h = 400 mm

Concrete area, A = m^2

Concrete volume, V = 3.38 m^3

Concrete density, D = 25 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 253.50 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

a) Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Prestressing strands

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 54.84 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 408.01 kN > DL (253.50 kN)

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

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JWN3C30A

Precast Roof Panel Feature ( PRP-C2)

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 836.62 mm < Le (1000 mm)

a) Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 418.31 mm < Le (1000 mm)

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

N3C30A

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: Type - 1SW2

Length, L = 5386 mm

Width, b = 300 mm

Height, h = 3000 mm

Concrete area, A = m^2

Concrete volume, V = 1.70 m^3

Concrete density, D = 25 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 127.20 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

a) Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Prestressing strands

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 54.84 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 204.00 kN > DL (127.20 kN)

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

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JWN3C30A

Precast Screen Wall (Type - 1SW2)

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 839.59 mm < Le (1000 mm)

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 419.80 mm < Le (1000 mm)

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

(Drain Cover)

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: NPS5

Length, L = 2200 mm

Width, b = 490 mm

Height, h = 70 mm

Concrete area, A = 1.08 m^2

Concrete volume, V = 0.08 m^3

Concrete density, D = 24 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 5.43 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Mild Bars

When prestressing strands are used, complete section A. Else if mild steel bars are used,

complete section B. Else if tensile bars are used, complete section C.

Section A

Ultimate tensile stress, Fpu = 1860 N/mm^2

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 0 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

Section B

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 250 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 8 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 50.27 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 25.13 kN > DL

Section C

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 460 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 0 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 0.00 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

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Anchorage length check

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 8 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 170.88 mm < Le

Note: For prestressing strand the Dia' used = area of prestressing bar used.

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.00 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 10 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 86.46 mm < Le

Note: For prestressing strand the Dia' used = area of prestressing bar used.

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: NPS-HSB3X-R

Length, L = 2700 mm

Width, b = 1800 mm 0.34 m3

Height, h = 70 mm

Concrete area, A = 4.86 m^2

Concrete volume, V = 0.22 m^3

Concrete density, D = 24 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 15.84 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 10 N/mm^2

Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Mild Bars

When prestressing strands are used, complete section A. Else if mild steel bars are used,

complete section B. Else if tensile bars are used, complete section C.

Section A

Ultimate tensile stress, Fpu = 1860 N/mm^2

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 0 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

Section B

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 250 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 10 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 78.54 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 78.54 kN > DL

Section C

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 460 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 0 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 0.00 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

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Anchorage length check

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 1.26 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 10 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 398.56 mm < Le

Note: For prestressing strand the Dia' used = area of prestressing bar used.

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.83 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 10 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 178.24 mm < Le

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

N3C30A

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: 1PS14d-6390

Length, L = 6390 mm

Width, b = 2400 mm

Height, h = 90 mm

Concrete area, A = 15.34 m^2

Concrete volume, V = 1.38 m^3

Concrete density, D = 25 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 103.52 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 25 N/mm^2

a) Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Prestressing strands

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 54.84 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 408.01 kN > DL (103.52 kN)

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 2.00 N/mm^2

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JWN3C30A

Precast Prestressed Planks (1PS14d - 6390)

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 216.07 mm < Le (500 mm)

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 9.53 mm

Anchorage length required, L' of each bar = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 170.82 mm < Le (500mm)

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DESIGN FOR ADEQUACY OF PROVISION OF SINGLE LIFTING HOOKS

Component's properties

Using the most critical piece of component for design, Item code: FN 3

Length, L = 2140 mm

Width, b = 2400 mm

Height, h = 70 mm

Concrete area, A = 5.14 m^2

Concrete volume, V = 0.36 m^3

Concrete density, D = 24 kN/m^3

Factor of safety, FS = 3

Design load, DL = W * FS = 25.89 kN

Strength during demoulding, Fcu = 25 N/mm^2

Tensile check

Lifting hook material = Prestressing strands

When prestressing strands are used, complete section A. Else if mild steel bars are used,

complete section B. Else if tensile bars are used, complete section C.

Section A

Ultimate tensile stress, Fpu = 1860 N/mm^2

Diameter of strand, Dia = 9.53 mm

Area of prestressing strand, As = 54.84 mm^2

Yield strength of strand, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 408.01 kN > DL

Section B

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 250 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 0 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 0.00 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

Section C

Utilmate tensile stress, Fpu = 460 N/mm^2

Diameter of bar used, Dia = 0 mm

Area of tensile bar, As' = ( * Dia^2) / 4 = 0.00 mm^2

Yield strength of bar, Fy = n * Fpu * As = 0.00 kN > DL

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Anchorage length check

Bond coefficient, = 0.4

= 2.00 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 100 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 41.19 mm < Le

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

Assuming the number of lifting hooks used are similar to that as in demoulding stage,

result for tensile check is similar to that in the calculation as in demoulding stage.

Bond coefficient, = 0.40

= 2.53 N/mm^2

actual length of bar,

Diameter used, Dia' = 100 mm

Anchorage length required, L' = DL / [ * Dia' * Fbu]

= 32.57 mm < Le

Else for single bar, used the bar diameter

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