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ON STRUCTURES WITH i REINFORCED CONCRETE PORTAL FRAMES (WITHOUT CRANES)

HANDBOOK

BUREAU OFINDIANSTANDARDS MANAKBHAVAN,gBAHADURSHAHZAFARMARG NEWDELHI 110002

SP 43 (S & T) : 1987

FIRST PUBLISHED JANUARY 1990

0 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

UDC 624.012-45 (021)

ISBN 81-7061-025-7

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Rs 380.00

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SPECIAL COMMITTEE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS (SCIP)

Chairman

DR H.C. VISVESVARAYA Cb&nan & Director General National Council for Cement and Building Materials New Delhi *
Members Representing

SHRI V. RAO AIYANGARI SHRIA. K. BANERJEE SHRI J. D. CHATURVEDI DIRECTOR SHRI GURNAM SINGH SHRI U. R. KURLEKAR DR M. RAMAIAH SHRI G. S. RAO SHRI A. CHAKRABORTY (Altemate) SHRI T. S. RATNAM SHRI P. K. KALRA (Alternate) SHRI G. RAMAN
(Member Secretary)

Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi Metallurgical and Engineering Consultants (India) Ltd, Ran&i Planning Commission, New Delhi Central Building Research Institute (CSIR), Roorkee Ministry of Food and Civil Supplies (Finance Division) Ministry of Food and Civil Supplies Structural Engineermg Research Centre (CSIR), Madras Central Public Works Department, New Delhi

Bureau of Public Enterprises, New Delhi Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi

WORKING GROUP FOR PROJECT B -8 Memhers SHRI k K. BANERJEE SHRI D. S. DESAI SHRI J. C. GANGULY SHRI P. V. NAIK DR M. RAMAIAH SHRI V. S. PARAMESWARAN (AZternfzte) SHRI A. RAMAKRISHNA SHRI S. SUBRAMANIAM (AZternate) SHRI G. S. RAO SHRI A. CHAKRABORTY (AZternate) Representing Metallurgical & Engineering Consultants (India) Ltd, Ran&i M. N. Dastur & Co Pvt Ltd, Calcutta Braithwaite Burn & Jessop Construction Co Ltd, Calcutta Richardson & Cruddas Ltd, Bombay Struc@rralEngineering Research Centre (CSIR), Madras

Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd, Madras

Central Public Works Department,New Delhi

DR P. SRINIVASA RAO Indian Institute of Technology, Madras ~ROF (DR) L. N. RAMAMURTHY (Akern&e) SHRI T. S. RATNAM SHRI P. k. KALRA (AZternute) SHRI D. AJITHA SIMHA SHRI C. N. SRINIVASAN SHRI ASHOK TREHAN SHRI A. C. GUPTA (AZternate) DR H. C. VISVESVARAYA Bureau of Public Enterprises, New Delhi * Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi C. R. Narayana Rao Architects & Engineers, Madras National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, New Delhi

National Council for Cement and Building Materials, New Delhi

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FOREWORD The Department of Science and Technology set up an Expert Group on Housing and Construction Technology in 1972. This Group carried out in depth studies in various areas of civil engineering and construction practices :bllowed in the country. During the preparation of the Fifth Five-Year Plan in 1975, the Group was assigned the task of producing a Science and Technology Plan for research, development and extension work in the sector of housing and construction technology. As a result of this and on the recommendation of the Department of Science and Technology, the Planning Commission approved the following two projects which are assigned to the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS): a) Project B-7 - Development Programme on Code Implementation for Building and Civil Engineering Construction; and b) Z+oject B-8 - Typification of Industrial Structures. BIS has set up a special committee (SUP) consisting of experts to advise and monitor the execution of these projects. A Working Group under SCIP oversees the work of Project B-8. In a developing country like India, the capital outlay under each Five-Year Plan towards setting up of industries and consequently construction of industrial buildings is very high. It is, therefore, necessary that the various parameters of industrial buildings be standardized on broad norms so that it will be feasible to easily adopt prefabricated members, particularly where repetitive structures could be used. The standardization of parameters for industries by itself wilI be, no doubt, a difficult task as it will not be possible to specify the requirements of each industry. The layout including height, will vary from industry to industry, for it depends on the process of mantiacture and end products. However, a little more detailed analysis of the requirements indicated that the problems may not be as difficult as it appears. Although it would not be possible to specify any constraint on the parameters, a broad norm can be given within which most industries could be accommodated. The object of the Project B-8 is to typify at national level the common forms of industrial structures used in light and medium engineering industries, warehouses, workshops and process industries, and to obtain economical designs under these conditions. Even if an industrial complex is classified as heavy industry, it need not necessarily mean that alI the industrial structures coming within the complex should be heavy industrial structures and that many structures could be from the typified design. The main objective of typification of industrial structures is to reduce the variety to the minimum and provide standard prefabricated designs so that the structures could be easily mass produced and made available to the user almost off the shelf. In doing so, there will be tremendous saving in time in putting up an industry into production and hence increased production. This would indirectly increase the overall economy to the country. This would also help in the orderly use of scarce materials like steel and cement. This would be of immense use to structural engineers as well, since it would relieve them to a large extent from the routine and repetitive calculations. Thus the engineers time could be used to look at more innovative and economical alternatives. The project on typification of industrial structures involved the following three main tasks prior to preparation of typified designs: a) TuskZ
- Survey and

classification of industrial structures into different types;

b) TuskZZ - Identification of industrial structures repeated a large number of times in the country, which are amenable for typification from the classified list prepared during task I; and

c) Task ZZZ Specifying the elements of the industrial structures to be typified taking -

into consideration a number of parameters, such as structures with cranes and without cranes, span length, height, support conditions, slope of roof, wind and earthquake forces, spacing, field and shop connections, material (steel, reinforced concrete), etc. The data regarding physical parameters like span, spacing, roof slope, column height, crane loading, etc, of existing structures has been obtained from several public sector enterprises through Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE). Some information from private industries has also been collected by BIS. The typified design for the following types of industrial structures in steel and reinforced concrete is envisaged to be brought out based on appropriate Indian Standards: a) Steel Structures 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Structures Structures Structures Structures Structures with with with with with steel roof trusses (with and without cranes) steel kneebraced trusses (without cranes) steel portal frames (without cranes) steel portal frames (with cranes) steel latice frames (without cranes)

b) Reinforced Concrete Structures 1) Structures with RCC roof trusses (with and without cranes) 2) Structures with RCC portal frames (without cranes) 3) Structures with RCC portal frames (with cranes) In each case of structures with cranes, the maximum capacity of crane considered is limited to 20 tonnes, normal range in light industries. This Handbook deals with typification of structures with RCC portal frames (without cranes). Typification includes analysis and design of RCC portal frames. The portal frame has been analyzed and designed for vertical and lateral loads (wind andearthquake forces) using the moment resisting portal frame action, with pinned_ and fured support alternatives. Adequate wind bracing along the length of the building should be provided to withstand the wind on end gable and drag force on the roof and walls. Since the design for this depends upon the length of the building, locations of the expansion joint, etc, the typified design of these bracings is not given in the Handbook. However, an illustrative example of bracing design has been included. Some of the points to be noted regarding analysis and design of these structures are as. follows:a) The typified designs have been given for the following parameters: Span lengths (metres) Spacing of frames (metres) Roof slopes
Span (ml 9.0

= 9,12,18,24and 30 = 6.0 and 12.0 = lin3,1in4andlin5


No. of Bays

Column Height (ml 5.0,6.5

(1
*

2 *

3 * . *

4
l

12.0 18.0 24.0 30.0


*Combination is available

5.0,6.5,9.5 6.5,9.5, 12.5 9.5,12.5 9.5,12.5


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8 * L _

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Wind zones Earthquake zones Type of support

= I, II and III = I, II, III, IV and V = Fixed and hinged

The column height specified above includes 0.5 m length of column which is embedded below ground level. b) The analysis of portal frames has been made using a computer programme based on the stiffness method of analysis. c) The internal pressure/suction specified in 1338751964 for buildings with normal permeability (kO.2) has been considered in design. d) The structural design of RCC sections is based on IS:4561978. Since the designs presented in the Handbook could be used either for a cast in-situ construction-or for a precast construction, therefore M 25 concrete has been used for the design of all portal frames, and 6.0 m span RCC purlins and cladding runners. The 12.0 m span prestressed concrete purlins and cladding runners are designed using M 40 concrete.

4 For portal frames, of both fmed and hinged support, prismatic rafter sections are
adopted. Prismatic column sections are adopted for portal frames with fured support and non-prismatic column sections are adopted for portal frames with hinged base.

0 To facilitate prefabricated construction, the position of joints and the joint details fd The typified design results are given for purlins, cladding runners and frame

have been included to illustrate the method of detailing. This should not be considered as the only available method for detailing. members. Design of other elements, such as lugs to support the purlins, brackets to support cladding runners and eaves beams are also covered. Bracing and foundation designs have not been typified because of varying design parameters. However, a typical example of bracing design and footing design is included.

h) A detailed design example in the design of?ice format is given in the Handbook illustrating the use of analysis and design information presented. j) On the basis of typified designs for different spans, spacings, roof slopes, etc, some conclusions regarding the more economical designs is covered in the Handbook. k) The Handbook is intended to be used by qualified engineers only. This Handbook is based on the work done by Structural Engineering Laboratory, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras. The draft handbook was circulated for review to Shri J. Durai Raj, New Delhi; University of Roorkee, Roorkee; National Projects Construction Corporation Limited, New Delhi; Engineer-in-Chiefs Branch, Army Headquarters, New Delhi; Gammon India Limited, Bombay; Association of Consulting Engineers (India), New Delhi; Tata Consulting Engineers, Bombay; Metalhugical and Engineering Consultants (India) Limited, Ranchi; National Industrial Development Corporation Limited, New Delhi; Research Designs & Standards O;ganization, Lucknow; S. B. Joshi and Company Limited, Bombay; Food Corporation of India, New Delhi; Engineers India Limited, New Delhi; National Hydroelectric Power Corporation Limited, New. Delhi; National Thermal Power Corporation, New Delhi; Western Railways, Bombay; Braithwaite and Company Limited, Calcutta; Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited, Jamshedpur; B.C. Shirke and Company, Pune; City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited, Bombay; Stup Consultants Limited, Bombay; Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited, Ranipet; Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited, New Delhi; Hindustan Steel Works Construction Limited, Calcutta; Hindustan Prefab Limited, New Delhi; Planning Commission, New Delhi; C..R.Naraya_na Rao Architects and Engineers, Madras; Engineering Construction Corporation Limited, Madras; Central Building Research

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Institute (CSIR), Roorkee; Jessope & Company Limited, Calcutta; National Council for Cement and Building Materials, New Delhi; Structural Engineering Research Centre (CSIR), Madras; Bureau of Public Enterprises, New Delhi; Central Public Works Department (CDO), New Delhi; M. N. Dastur and Company Private Limited, Calcutta; Bokaro Steel Limited, Bokaro; Housing and Urban Development Corporation. Limited, New Delhi; and the views received have been taken into consideration while finalizing the Handbook.

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CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

GENERAL ANALYSIS DESIGN RESULTS OF PORTAL FRAMES : ANALYSIS AND DESIGN e MISCELLANEOUS ILLUSTRATIVE DESIGN EXAMPLES OF CONCRETE/STEEL

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ESTIMATION OF QUANTITiES SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS REFERENCES TABLES FIGURES

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1. GENERAL 1.1 Introduction - Reinforced concrete portal frame is one of the structural systems that can be adopted for construction of industrial buildings. The resistance of vertical loads and to lateral loads (due to wind, earthquake, etc) in the transverse direction in such buildings is generally derived from the frame action, whereas the resistance to lateral loads in the longitudinal direction is provided by means of longitudinal column bracings in the end bays. Industrial sheds using reinforced concrete portal frame as the main load carrying system may be with or without cranes. The Handbook gives information only about portal frames without cranes but subjected to dead load, live load and wind load/ seismic load according to appropriate Indian Standards. The analysis and design results are given for purlins, cladding runners and frames for the following parametres: = 9.0,12.0,18.0,24.0and 30.0 Spacing of frames (m) = 6.0 and 12.0 =1in3,1in4,and1in5 Roof slopes = Asbestos cement sheet Roof covering roofmg Span length (m)

column members are adopted. Purlins and cladding runners are assumed to be located at a maximum spacing of 1.4 and 1.7 m on the rafter and column members respectively. 1.3 Terminology

Bay
Bracing

- The space between successive bents.


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Single or diagonal members which form a truss system with columns or rafters to provide stability and resist horizontal load. Members carrying side sheeting and supported by columns. Members generally vertical which primarily resist axial load and bending moment. The height of the column from top of the foundation to the junction of the centre lines of rafter and column. Members carrying roof sheeting and supported by rafters. The slope of the rafter with respect to the span length. It is obtained by dividing the rise of the portal frame by half the span length. The centre line distance of two adjacent portal frames in the longitudinal direction. The centre line distance between the columns at top of the foundation in the transverse direction.

Cladding Runners Columns

Column height Purlins Roof Slopes

Spa c*ng of

Frames Span (m) Column Height W Number of Bays -Span

1 * * * * *

9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 30.0

5.0, 6.5 5.0,6.5,9.5 6.5,9.5,12.5 9.5,12.5 9.5,12.5

* * * * -

* * * -

* * -

2. ANALYSIS 2.1 Loads - The purlins, cladding runners and portal frames are analyzed for dead load, live load and wind load, and subsequently checked for seismic load. 2.1.1 Dead Load - The purlins, cladding runners and portal frames are designed for their self-weight according to IS:19911-1967.* 2.1.2 Live Load -The purlinsand portal frames are designed for live loads according toIS:875-1964.f taken with appropriate reduction for roof slopes, whenever applicable. 2.1.3 Wind Load -The purlins, cladding runners and portal frames are designed for the three basic wind pressure zones given in ,13:875-1964s The internal *Since revised as IS:875 (Part 1) - 1987.
t Since revised as IS:875 (Part 2) - 1987. %ince revised as

* Combination is available.

Wind zones Seismic zones Type of support

= I, II and III = I, II, III, IV and V = Fixed and hinged

The analysis and design results are presented for both fared and hinged support conditions. The column height specified includes 0.5 m length of column which is embedded below ground level. 1.2 Portal Frame Confguration - For portal frames, of both fixed type and hinged type, prismatic rafters are adopted. For frames with fixed support condition, prismatic cohunn members axe adopted and for frames with hinged base, non-prismatic

IS:875 (Part 3) - 1987.

SP43(S&T):1987 pressure/suction specified in IS:8751964,* for buildings with normal permeability (+ 0.2~) has been considered. Under each basic wind pressure, the following t.hree different wind load conditions (see Drg. 142) have been analyzed: a) Wind perpendicular to the ridge with internal suction (WL 1) b) Wind perpendicular to the ridge with internal pressure ( WL 2) C)Wind parallel to the ridge with internal pressure (WL 3) The basic wind pressure is reduced by 25 percent for the design of all members if the height of the building is less than 10.0 m and for columns alone if the height of the building is more than 10.0 m but less than 30.0 m. In the case of multi-bay portal frames, drag force due to wind on interior slopes has also been considered according to IS:8751964.* Cladding and cladding fasteners shall be designed for increased wind pressure due to local effects according to IS:8751964.* 2.1.4 Seismic Load - Seismic load is generally not of significance for low rise buildings such as those considered in the Handbook. But a few cases of frames with the shortest spans and the shortest column height, and also of frames with the largest spans and the largest column height have been checked for seismic load effects. The seismic load characteristics and intensities in such cases are assumed as specified for different earthquake zones in 13:1893-1984. Snow load typification. has not been considered for the For the purposes of design of both the reinforced concrete (RC) and prestressed concrete (PSC) purlins according to the limit state of collapse, the design forces in the appropriate planes are arrived at in accordance with IS:456-1978 and IS:1343-1980 for load combinations shown below: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) j) k) 1.5DL t1.5LL 1.5DL+1.5C,,WLl 1.5DL t1.5GWL2 l.SDLtl.Sc,WL3 0.9DL t1.5C,,WL 1 0.9DL t1.5c,WL2 0.9DL t1.5c,WL3 1.2DL t1.2LL + 1.2C, WL 1 1.2DLt1.2LLt1.2C,,WL2 1.2DL t1.2LL t 1.2C, WL 3

Where C, = 0.75 for members of building whose heights are less than or equal to 10.0 m and for columns of buildings whose height is less than 30.0 m and C,, = 1.O for all other cases. 2.3 Analysis of Cladding Runners - Cladding runners of span 6.0 m and 12.0 m span are analyzed as simply supported beams for the loads described in 2.1. The load combinations considered for evaluating the design bending moments at the service load stage and .the limit state of collapse are as given in 2.2. 2.4 Analysis of Portal Frames - All the portal frames are analyzed according to the principles of elastic theory for dead load, live load and wind load as described in 2.1. For simplifying the analysis, the loads are assumed to act at four intermediate points on the rafter andat one intermediate point on the column. It is assumed that the frames are supported on an isolated footing. In the case of isolated footing, the idealized support condition for the column can be fixed end condition or hinged end condition depending on the soil strata. If the isolated footing is resting on hard rock, it can be assumed as a fiied base because the rock will not deform much to allow the rotation of the foundation, and if it is resting on normal soil, it can be assumed as hinged because due to the compressibility of the soil, the foundation can undergo a rotation relieving off the moment. In the case of the columns supported by a pile foundation, the base of the column should be assumed as fixed. Analysis has been carried put for both cases of support conditions, that is, fured and hinged. The portal frames have been analyzed using a plane frame computer programme which is based on stiffness method of analysis. Three degrees of freedom are assumed at each node. In this method, the structure coordinates are specified at all the nodal points including the supports. The number of forces at each node is equal to the possible degrees of freedom per node that are inputted. Then, the stiffness matrix of the structure is assembled and the boundary conditions are incorporated. The resulting simultaneous equations are solved for displacements, using which the member end actions are finally obtained. 2

2.2 Analysis of Purlins - The maximum spacing of purlins is assumed to be 1.40 m centre-to-centre supporting asbestos cement sheets. Galvanized iron sheeting may be used in place oi 4C sheeting without any modifications. However, in case of GI sheeting, if a larger spacing than 1.40 m is to be adopted (as per recommendation of the manufacturers), the purlins will have to be suitably redesigned. The portal design will remain unaltered. Purhns are analyzed as simply supported beams subjected to biaxial moment due to dead load, live load and wind load/seismic load as described in 2.1. First the bending moments due to the dead load (DL), liveload (LL) and the wind loads (WL 1, WL 2, WL 3) are computed. For checking the permissible stresses at various service load stages of 12 m prestressed concrete purlin, the load combinations as shown below are considered: a) b) c) d) DLtLL DLtLLtWLl DLtLL+WL2 DLtLLtWL3
(Part 3) - 1987.

*Since revised as I$875

SP43(S&T):1987 3. DESIGN
3.1

Materials

3.1 .I Concrete - Since the designs presented in the Handbook could be used either for a cast in-situ construction or for a precast construction, M25 concrete is used for the design of all portal frames, and of 6.0 m span RC purlins and cladding runners. For the illustrative design of bracings in concrete, M2S concrete is used. The 12.0 m span PSC purlins and cladding runners are designed using M40 concrete which is the minimum grade prescribed for pretensioned prestressed concrete work. For the illustrative design of foundation, Ml5 concrete is used.

dimensions of different structural components influence the analysis. Hence, considerable thought had to be given for the choice of cross-sectional shapes and dimensions. The purlins and cladding runners are supported and analyzed as simply supported members of 6 or 12 m span. The cross-section shape chosen is either an angle section or a channel section because these are the most suitable ones for a member subjected to biaxial bending permitting at the same time easy fixing on to the lugs. For the main portal frames, a solid rectangular section has been chosen mainly from the considerations of ease of construction and partly from the considerations of stiffness against lateral loads. Particularly in the case of long span and relatively high portal frames, it has been observed that the imposed limit of height/325 on the lateral deflection governs the design rather than the strength. In case a user decides to adopt a section which is governed by only strength and not deflection, then the sections can be redesigned making use of the analysis tables given in the Handbook. 3.2.3 Load Combination Governing ihe Design From amongst the large number of load combinations listed in 2.2, the governing load is that which gives the bending moment or that combination of bending moment and axial force which requires the maximum percentage of steel at the section under consideration. Thus, it is possible that designs of different sections are governed by different combinations of the possible loads. 3.i Design of the Purliis Cladding Runners - The purlins and the cladding runners can be of reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete or steel sections. In the Handbook, details of 6.0 m span RC purlins and cladding runners, and 12.0 m span prestressed concrete purlins and cladding runners are given. However, hot rolled angle or channel sections or cold formed Z-sections can also be used as purlins.
3.3.1 Design of the 6.0 m Span RC Purlins and Cladding Runners - 6.0 m span RC purlins and clad-

3.1.2 Steel - High yield strength deformed bars conforming to 13:1786-1985 are used as reinforcement in all RC members except in case of ties for purlins and cladding runners for which mild steel conforming to IS:432 (Part 1)1982 is used. The pretensioned prestressed concrete purlins and cladding runners of 12.0 m span are assumed to be prestressed using 3 ply, 3 mm diameter uncoated stress-relieved strands conforming to IS: 6006-l 983. 3.2 Basic Criteria for Design 3.2.1 Limit States of Collapse and Serviceability Design of reinforced concrete or prestressed concrete structural members is carried out to satisfy the criteria laid down in 18:456-1978 and IS:1343-1980 for safety against limit state of collapse, and limit states of cracking and deflection at working load stage, whenever available. In addition to the specific guidelines available in the respective Indian Standards for ensuring the required safety against limit state of collapse, both for reinforced concrete members and prestressed concrete members, the safety against cracking is assured in prestressed concrete members through the provision of limiting stresses under working load stage. 133456-1978 has specific recommendations also for limiting deflections of simple flexural members like purlins and cladding runners. No specific recommendations exist at present in IS:456-1978 for calculation of crack width or on lateral deflection of structural systems such as portal frames. Crack widths have been investigated based on the formulae of AC1 318-1983 and a value of height/325 has been adopted as the limihg deflection for the lateral deflection of the portal frames when the deflections are calculated using the values of Youngs modulus and effective moments of inertia as recommended in IS:456-1978.
and

ding runners are designed by the limit state method according to 13:456-1978 for the governing bending moments and shear forces obtained from the analysis. It is found that the design is not very much influenced by the variation of the roof slope and wind load/seismic load. Hence, one common design is given for all the load cases described in 2.2. Effect of torsion is neglected as it is not significant. 3.3.2 Design of the 12.0 m Span. Prestcessed Concrete ,Furlins and Cladding Runners - The prestressed concrete purlins and cladding runners are designed for the bending moments and shear forces described in 2.2 according to IS:1343-1980. Since it is found that the design of the purlins and cladding runners is not very much influenced by the variation in roof slopes and the wind load/seismic load, only one common design is given. This is applicable for

3.2.2 Choice of Preliminary Cross-Sectional Shape Dimensions - In reinforced and prestressed concrete structures, the self-weight of the structural members contributes quite significantly to the total vertical load coming on to the structural members. Furthermore, in the design of statically indeterminate structures like portal frames, the relative
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SP 43 (S & T):1987 frames with all slopes considered zones/seismic zones. 3.4 Design of the Portal Frames 3.4.1 Strength Design - The critical sections of the principal rafter and the column of the portal frames are designed for all the load combinations given in 2.2. The effective length for strong axis buckling under axial compression of the columns has been considered as 1.5 times the actual columns height for fixed type of support and 2.25 times the actual length for hinged type of support according to the provisionsof IS:456-1978. Theeffective length for weak axis buckling of columns under axial compression has been considered as 0.75 times the height for fwed and hinged type of supports following the provisions of IS:800-1962. The columns are designed for bending moment along minor axis also, wherever applicable. It is found that the design of the critical crosssections of a portal frame is not very much influenced by the variation hi slopes and wind/seismic loads. Hence, common designs are worked out which are applicable for all slopes and wind/seismic forces. With the critical cross-sectional details being common for all slopes, the influence of the slope has been incorporated while fming the lengths of the rafters, location at which bars could be curtailed and other points related to reinforcement detailing. Normal clear cover according to IS:456-1978 is assumed in the design. In a particular case, if additional cover has to be provided due to aggressive environment, etc, then the column dimensions have to be increased to the extent of increase in the cover. In the design of the rafter, the effect of axial force is neglected as it is not significant. 3.4.2 Deflection - As already mentioned, it is ensured that the lateral deflection at the top of the columns is less than l/325 of height of the columns under the worst combination of all the vertical and lateral loads. It is significant to note here that a considerable portion of the lateral deflection at the top of the column is due to the action of vertical loads themselves. 3.4.3 Crack Width - The maximum widths of the cracks in the portal frames are checked according to ACI-318-1983 and they are found to be within the permissible values. 3.4.4 Special Considerations for Frames in Seismic As mentioned in 2.1.4, some of the frames with largest span and largest column height, as well as shortest spanand shortest column height are analyzed for seismic forces. It is found that the seismic forces dq not govern the strength design. However, the joints in the frames to be constructed in areas where seismic coefficient is 0.05 or more are to be so detailed that enough ductility is ensured according to 18:4326-1976. These special joint details should be incorporated at the joints of the frames to be constructed in areas where seismic coefficient is 0.05
Zones 4. RESULTS

and for all wind

or more even though the seismic load does not govern the design.

OF PORTAL FRAMES: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

4.0 The results of the extensive analysis and design work carried out for the large number of portal frame configurations as described in the earlier clauses are presented in the form of detailed design drawings and tables. , Whereas the detailed design drawings prepared can be straight away adopted for fabrication and erection, they are naturally strictly valid only for the definite set of assumptions like the material properties, section dimensions and other relevant data chosen as the basis for design. On the other hand, information given in the analysis tables about bending moments, shear forces and axial forces at critical sections will at times be useful to such of those designers who may, for valid reasons, like to adopt different materials, say M20 grade of concrete, for example, or deviate marginally from the section dimensions chosen. The values obtained for design bending moments, shear forces and axial forces in the present analysis should be applicable quite closely for any frame of the same overall dimensions as long as the areas and moments of inertia of the alternative sections chosen do not deviate too much from those adopted in the designs presented in the Handbook. In a large number of cases, such values will be of immense use at least in working out preliminary designs. Hence, information is presented in the form of design tables svhich give the design bending moment, shear force and axial forces not only at all critical sections of the portal frames but also at the foundation level of each frame. 4.1 De&n Tables 4.1.1 Portal Frames - Tables 1 to 140 give complete information about bending moments, shear forces and axial forces at all the critical sections for each of the 140 portal frames typified in the Handbook. All the values given for the critical sections of the portal frames are for the ultimate load stage. It may, however, be noted that the combination of loadings governing the design of different critical sections may be different and hence the design bending moments, shear forces and axial forces given in each of the tables for each critical section may be from a different set of load combinations. This is appropriately accounted for whi?e considering the governing load combinations. It needs to be emphasized here that the bending moments, shear forces and axial forces given in Tables 1 to 140 give the values from the basic analysis of the portal frames. Slenderness effects are not included in the values given in these tables. Hence, any designer who wishes to make use of the values given in these tables should be careful to take into account the additional slenderness effects, wherever applicable.

SP43(S&T):1987 4.1.2 Foundations - It is still common practice in our country to design the foundations based on the allowable soil pressure at working load stage. Therefore, the critical combinations of axial force, bending moment and shear force required for the design of foundations are given for the working load stage in the later part of each of the Tables 1 to 140. Here again, it is to be noted that the data given in the tables do not take into account the additional moments caused due to slenderness of columns. Hence, while designing the foundation of the portal frames with the base of the column assumed as fixed, the additional moments due to column slenderness, if any, should be taken into account. A typical design of foundation is given in 6.5. Design of foundations has, however, not been typified in this Handhook since the soil conditions, which vary from site to site, would influence the design of foundation. Foundations supporting the frames may be designed using simple spread footings, pile foundations or caisson foundations depending upon the type of soil and type of support conditions assumed in analysis. The column heights specified in 1.1 gives the total height of column from top of foundation to the junction of . centre lines of rafter and columns. This includes 0.5 m length which is assumed below ground level. However, if firm strata is not available at this depth and the foundations are to be carried deeper, then a pedestal can be constructed as indicated in 6.5.4. 4.2 Design Drawings 4.2.1 Drawings of Portal Frames - Drawings 1 to 140 give detailed drawings of all the portal frames analyzed and designed as part of the typification programme. As mentioned earlier, the influence of the slope and wind zone on cross-sectional dimensions and reinforcement required at critical sections of the portal frame is only marginal. Hence, the same cross-sectional detailing can be adopted for all wind zones and the slopes considered, namely, 1 in 3,1 in 4 and 1 in 5. But the lengths of the rafter, the rise of the rafter at mid-span and other related geometrical quantities will be affected by the differences in geometry implied through the differences in slopes. Hence, each of the drawings 1 to 140 also contains information about the geometrical dimensions required for each of the three different slopes considered. Drawing No. 141 shows the general arrangement of RC portal frames along with its related fixtures. Three different wind loading conditions have been considered in analysis as indicated in Drawing No. 142. Specific notes are given in the relevant drawings. General notes pertaining to all drawings are also given. The drawings are directly appliable for any cast construction planned with the assumed dimensions. For prefabricated construction, however, a few modifications are needed (see 5).
in-situ

4.2.2 Drawings of Purlins and Cladding Runners For each of the four structural members, namely, the 6 m span RC purlin and cladding runner, the 12 m span PSC purlin, and the 12 m span PSC cladding runner, typical designs are worked out according to the guidelines already mentioned in the earlier clauses and the details are shown in the Drawing 143 and 144 respectively. 4.2.3 Drawing of Lugs - Details of concrete lugs required to support the purlins and bracket details of cladding runners are shown in Drawing No. 145 and 146 respectively. The fixing details of purlins and cladding runners are also given in these drawings. The bracket details for supporting the rain water gutter along with details of external gutter and valley gutter are given in Drawing No. 147. 4.2.4 Drawing of Eaves Beams - To give rigidity in longitudinal direction, eaves beams have been provided as shown in general arrangement drawing No. 141. The design of eaves beams has been typified both for 6.0 m and 12.0 m spacing of portals. Separate details have been shown for precast and cast in-situ construction in Drawing No. 148. 4.2.5 Ductility Requirements of Joints - It is found that the seismic forces do not govern the design of portal frames typified. However, the joints in the frames to be constructed in earthquake zones IV and V are to be so detailed as to ensure enough ductility according to 18:4326-1976. A typical joint detail is shown in Drawing No. 149. These joint details should be incorporated in the joints of the frames to be constructed in areas where seismic coefficient is 0.05 or more. 5. MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS 5.1 Construction of Portal Frames with Precast Elements Special Precautions - If in a prefabricated construction, the connection details are so dimensioned that the members joined at the joint develop their full moment and shear carrying capacity required, then the behaviour of a prefabricated structure after jointing is essentially the same as that of a cast in-situ structure. Hence, from the point\of view of structural behaviour, a lot of thought should

go into:
a) determining the location of the joints between precast elements; and b) detailing of the joint at the chosen location.

Incidentally, the decision on the location of the joints is influenced also by the lifting capacity of the crane available at site. The method of handling individual elements and the erection procedure also have to be taken into account in detailing of the reinforcements in individual elements. The frames given in Drawing No. 1 to 140 can be constructed also out of precast elements according to the procedure described below.

SP43(S&T):1987 5.2 Suggested Sckme of Cast& and Erection The frames are cast as segments as shown in Drawing No. 150. The segments are cast flat on the ground. They are lifted in horizontal position using the points for transportation shown in Drawing No. 150. Schematic details of different types of futures used for handling precast members are given in Drawing No. 15 1. Then the columns are tilted, erected, aligned and laterally braced. Temporary bracings and other such precautions should be taken, as found necessary during erection. The columns are erected using the holes provided for erection as shown in Drawing No. 150. The distances marked as a and b in Drawing No. 150 are given in Table 141. The typical details of the connection between precast columns and foundations in the case of fixed bases and hinged bases are shown in Drawing No. 152 for the typical design worked out in 6.5.2 and 6.5.3.2. Of course, any other suitable details can also be adopted depending on the site conditions. Next, the rafter is erected in the vertical position using the holes provided for erection. The tie member shall be -suitably tightened before lifting so that there are no erection stresses induced in the rafter. After aligning, the joints are made. It is always desirable to provide the joints in the rafter at the points of contraflexure. But these points will get shifted depending on the loading condition. Hence, it is not possible to fix a permanent point of contraflexure. So there can be some bending moments in the joints. Hence, it is advisable to provide a moment resisting connection. Two typical joint details are shown in Drawing No. 153. The salient dimensions indicated in Drawing No. 153 are given in Table 142. As in the case of the connection between columns and foundations, any other suitable connection details can also be adopted depending on the field conditions. The basic aim during erection should be to commence and complete the erection of an end bay or group of bays in which bracing has been incorporated before proceeding with the erection of the remainder of the structure. Components of the end bay or bays will require support until the bracing has been completed. Purlins and cladding runners should not be relied upon to provide stability. When permanent bracings are included elsewhere in the building than in the end bay, erection should commence at the bay or group of bays where they have been incorporated, unless temporary bracing is used. Where nature of design precludes erection in the foregoing manner, proper steps should be taken to provide alternative support. Precast reinforced concrete, and prestressed concrete purlins and cladding runners are handled at the support points during erection and these are shown in the respective drawings. They should be lifted in the same position in which they are to be finally placed at site. 5.3 Suggested Locations of Joints - Although one should try to have a joint with sufficient moment resisting capacity, it is always an advantage to have
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the joints at the point of contraflexure or at least in a zone with very small bending moments. Table 141 gives the information about the recommended points at which joints and lifting hooks can be provided in the rafters and in the columns for all the 140 frames typified in this Handbook. The main reinforcement in the precast column and rafter members need not undergo any change from what has been given in Drawing No. 1 to 140 as they are found to be adequate to withstand possible handling stresses also. 5.4 Bracing - Even though bracing may appear to be a secondary matter, it is highly important and deserves careful attention. Probably more failures, or at least unsatisfactory performances, have resulted from inadequate bracing than from deficiencies in main framing. There can be several alternatives by which loads can be carried to the ground and in a number of bays redundant diagonals may be used. This makes the design of bracing in even simple structures highly indeterminate. In order to ensure stability in the longitudinal direction, to take the wind forces acting on gable end and the forces due to wind drag on roof, bracings have to be provided at the rafter level and in the vertical plane between columns. Normally, these bracings are provided in the end bays - one at each end of building. If the length of the building is large, bracings are provided in some of the intermediate bays also. A typical arrangement of bracings is shown in Drawing No. 154. The diagonal bracing members can be either in concrete or in steel. Section dimensions required for the bracing members either in concrete or in steel depend on the total horizontal force coming on the building in the longitudinal direction. This, in turn, depends on the area of the gable end of the building, surface area of the roof and the wind zone in which the building is situated. A design of such a bracing in concrete and in steel for one typical case is presented in 6.6. Details of the bracings designed in the illustrative example are shown in Drawing No. 155. The bracings needed in any given case can be designed on similar lines. Typification for bracing has not been attempted since lot of variations are possible due to different design parameters like length of building, span, spacing, height, wind zone, etc. 5.5 Expansion Joints - Expansion joints have to be provided after taking into consideration various factors, such as temperature, exposure to weather, the time and season of laying of concrete. For the purpose of general guidance, however, it is recommended that structures exceeding 45 m in length shall be divided by one or more expansion joints. The structures adjacent to the joint should preferably be supported on separate columns but not necessary on separate foundations. The wind bracing is discontinuous across expansion joint and hence the bracing systems should be structurally independent in each segment of the structure separated by expansion joints.

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5.6 The use of the data represented in Tables 1 to

Total dead load

140 is illustrated by means of an example worked out in full detail in Section 6. The design example illustrates completely the procedure to be followed in the design of purlins, cladding runners, the portal frame proper and also in the design of a suitable foundation and bracing system. For laying of asbestos cement sheets, recommendations of IS:3007(Part l&1964 shall be followed. 6. ILLUSTRATIVE DESIGN EXAMPLE
6.1 Basic Data

=0.289 + 0.625 + 0.060 =0.974 kN/m

6.2.2.2 Wind load - The wind load acts in the horizontal plane. When the wind blows perpendicular to the ridge, the wind load on the cladding runner =0.75 x0.7 x2 xl.7 = 1.785kN/m 6.2.3 Design Forces -Effect of torsion is neglected as it is insignificant and only the effect of bending and shear is considered.
6.2.3.1 Design forces due to dead load - T&&n moment for limit state design or factored moment*

Plan area of the factory = building Span of the portal frame = Number of bay = Height of the column r above the foundation = Slope of the roof = Type of support at the base of the column = = Spacing of the frames = Location of building = Basic wind pressure Type of sheeting. =

18.0 m x 30.0 m 18.0 m 1 6.5 m 1 in 3 (18.435) Fixed 6.0 m Madras 2 kN/m AC sheeting Shear force due to factored loads V,

= 1.5 x 0.974 x 5.792 8 = 6.12 kN*m 1.5 x 0.974 x 5.79 = =4.23 kN 6.2.3.2 Design forces due to wind load (wind, blowing normal to ridge), Factored moment = 1.5 x 1.785 ~5.79~ 8 = 11.22 kN*m Factored shear force = 1.5 x 1.785 x 5.79 2 =7.75 kN
6.2.4 Design -Let the area of steel for the cladding runner is as shown. Then the moment of resistance under various load combinations is checked.

Assume building of normal permeability. 6.2 Design of the Cladding Runner - It is assumed that AC sheet cladding is provided. The sheets are supported on RC cladding runners spaced at 1.70 m centre-to-centre. The width of the frame is 400 mm. 6.2.1 Span - Effective span of the cladding runner = 6 000-10-10-95-95 = 5 790 mm. 6.2.2 Loads
1

300

6.2.2.1 Dead load

Weight of roof material = 17 kg/m2 (including extra weight due to overlaps and fasteners) The dead load acts in the vertical plane. Assume Lshaped cladding =250 mm x 300 mm runner of size x50mm =0.17 x 1.7 = 0.289 kN/m Weight of the sheet Self-weight of the cladding runner =(0.2x 0.05 + 0.30 x 0.05) x 25 =0.625 kN/m =0.035 x 1.7 = 0.060 kN/m
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Miscellaneous load

*The term factored moment means the moment characteristic loads multiplied by the appropriate partial safety factor.

due to value of

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 6.2.4.1 Dead load

DEAD

LOAD
I

ro-0035 -t+

+t

r0.45

fck

at2

Factored

moment

= 6.12 kN.m 125 mm

Nominal shear stress, 7v = .

Assume depth of neutral axis, X, Therefore, strain, and

4.23 x IO3 ... 50 x225

= 0.38 N/mm* fst1 = 0 f st2 0.003 5


= x

200

Percentage of steel neglecting horizontal leg, 201 x 100


Pt =

the steel in the

25 =0.028 From stress-strain curve for F, 415 steel, Stress, f,t 1

= 1.78 percent

50 x 225 From Table 13 of 18:456-1978, design shear stress, 7~ = 0.78 N/mm* > 0.38 N/mm. Hence safe, Hence, minimu; web steel according to 25.5.1.6 of 18:456-1978 may be provided.

=o
~360 N/mm*

f St2
Using M 25 concrete, strength,

characteristic ~2.5 N/mm2

compressive 6.2.4.2 Dead and wind load - The section is designed for the simultaneous action of the dead and wind load. Two cases are considered. Case 1 : Cladding runner on the leeward side when the wind blows perpendicular to the ridge with internal pressure : Factored moment due to = 6.12 kN.m dead load, MUD Factored moment due to = 11.22 kN.m wind load, M, w Resultant factored moment, M,,
= ~6.122t11.222 = 12.78 kN.m

f ck

Compressive force in concrete, C =u.36 fckXub =0.36 x 25 x 25 x300 =67 500 N Tensile force in steel, T =201 x 360 =79360N>C Limiting moment of resistance, M, , Lim

=67 500 x (225 - 0.42 x 25) x 1O-6 ~14.48 > 6.12 kN.m

Inclination The section is designed for factored shear due to dead load neglecting the horizontal leg. Factored shear force, Vu = 4.23 kN 8

of the neutral axis with the verticle.


0 =

tan-l.

I )
(6.12)
11.22

= 28.61

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Compressive force in concrete =0.45 x 25 (; x 58 x 24

+ 58 x 40.2) + 0.45 x 25 x ; x 58 x 85.8

=34060+37 =71 383 N Resultant compressive force, C

323

=350

x 113 f

71 383

=39 550 + 71 383 =110933N Resultant tensile force, T =342 x 113 + 360 x 201 =38646+72360 =111006 = c

Hence, the assumed neutral axis is alright. Taking the moment of all the compressive forces about the top fibre, distance of centre of compression from top fibre, 64.2 F = 34 060 x -t 2 39 550 x 35 =115mm =104mm * t 110 933 = 54.76 mm

Assume the depth of neutral axis, X, = 150 mm Solving graphically,


d SC d stl d st2 = 150-35
= =

37 323 x (;

x85.8 + 64.2)

254-150

349 - 150 =I99 mm

Moment of the tensile forces about the centre of


compression, MU, lim = 38 646 x(254 - 54.76) + 72 363

From strain diagram, (349 - 54.76) x lo = 0.002 7 150 Hence, the assumed section is alright. 0.003 5 x 104 tst1 = 150 0.003 5 x 199
est2 = =

0.0035x115 Strain, esc =

= 29.0 kh/rn

> 12.78 kN/m

0.0024 Case 2 : Cladding runner on the windward side, when the wind blows perpendicular to the ridge with internal suction: 0.004 6 Factored moment due to dead load, MUo = 6.12 kN/m Factored moment due to wind load, M,,w = 11.22 kN/m Resultant factored moment, Mu = d6.122+11.222 = 12.78 kN.m

150 From stress-strain curve for steel: Stress, fsc f St1 fst2

= 350 N/mm2
= 342 N/mm2 = 360 N/mm2 9

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Inclination of the neutral axis with the vertical f stl = 295 N/mm2 f st2 = 361 N/mm2 Force in the steel, = 28.61 Assume the depth of the neutral axis to be 90 mm Solving graphically, d,, = 90 - 33.9 = 56.1 mm Fstz=
d stl =129.7 - 90 = 39.7 mm d st2 =241 - 90 = 151 F SC
=

113 x335

=37 855 N

113x361

=40793N

Compressive force in concrete, ~0.45 x25 x?4 x96 x38.6 + (0.45 t 0.28) x A x 25 x ?4 x(162+96)x 28 t M x0.28 x 25 (23.4 x 56 + 102 x 23.4) = 20 844 + 32 960 + 12 940 =66744N
/

Resultant

compressive force, C

=37855+66744=104599N Resultant tensile force, 7 = 59 295 + 40 793 = 100088N-c c. Hence, the assumed neutral axis is ahight. Taking moment of all the compressive forces about the top .fibre, distance of centre of compression from top fibre, ~
_f=

208~x38.6+32960 (11*25+2x x28 7,


2 11.25 + 7 12 940x 41 x23.4 + 37 855 x 33.9 t = 29.8 mm 104 599

From the strain diagram,

Moment of the tensile forces about the centre of compression, M,, him = _[59 295 (129.7 - 29.8) + 40 793 (241 - 29.8)] x lo = 14.53 kN/m > 12.78 kN/m

Strain,

e,,

= 0.003 5 90

x 56.1 = 0.002 2

es*r = 0.003 5 90 estz = o.003 90

x 39.7 = 0.0015

x 151 =O.O058

Hence, the assumed section is alright for the combination of the dead load and wind load moments. The section is designed for the maximum factored shear due to wind load neglecting the vertical leg. Factored shear force, Vu = 7.75 kN IO

From the stress-strain curve for steel, Stress, f,, = 335 N/mm2

SP 43 (S & T):1987 Nominal shear stress, 7, = z-5_! _9 50 X275 = 0.56 N/mm2 Percentage artical leg, Pt = of steel nelgecting 113X IO0 50X275 =082 . Internal pressure Design shear stress of the concrete, from Table 13 of IS:45&1978, rc = 0.59 N/mm2 > 0.56N/mm2 =0.8X0.75x2 = 1.2 kN/m2 = 1.2 x 1.4 = 1.68 kN/m the steel in the Live load on the purlin = 1.4 x0.581 = 0.8lkN/m. 6.3.2.3 Wind load - Since the height of the entire structure is less than 10 m, the basic wind pressure = 0.75 p Wind blowing parallel to the ridge gives the maximum wind load on the purlin according to 18:875-1964.

Wind load on the purlin

Hence, nominal web reinforcement 25.5.1.6 of 18:456-1978 is adequate.

according to

6.3.3 Design Forces


6.3.3.1 Design for.es due to the dead load

Assuming 6 mm diameter mild steel as single legged web reinforcement, spacing of the web steel, s,, = Aw xfy 0.4 b 28x250 z,z= 350 mm 0.4 x 50 spacing according to .: = 0.75 x 225 = 169 mm Therefore, provide 6 mm single legged web steel at 160 mm centre-to-centre in both the legs.

Bending moment vertical plane,


M,, =

due to the dead load in the

0.8 x 5.79 8 = 3.35 kN.m

Maximum permissible 25.5.1.5 of IS:456-1978

Shear force in the vertical plane, VI) = 0.8 x 5.79 2


s

= 2.32 kN of the moment in the normal plane,

6.3 Design of the Purlins - It is assumed that the shed is covered with asbestos sheets supported by purlins placed at 1.40 m centre-to-centre. 6.3.1 span - Effective span of the purlin = 6000-10-10-95-95 = 5 790 mm 6.3.2 Loads
6.3.2.1 Dead load

Component

M ,, = 3.35 X cos 18.4

= 3.18 kN.m Component of tangential plane, the bending moment in, the

MDt = 3.35 x sin 18.4

= 1.06 kN.m
x

An L-shaped purlin of dimensions = 200 x 250


50 mm is adopted.

Shear force in the normal leg, I/n = 2.32 XCos 18.4 = 2.20 kN Shear force in the tangential leg,
V Dt = 2.32 x sin 18.4

Weight of the sheet = 0.17 x 1.4 = 0.238 kN/m Self-weight of the purlin = (0.20 + 0.20) x 0.05 x 25 = 0.50 kN/m Miscellaneous loads = 0.035 x 1.4 = 0.049 kN/m = 0.238 t 0.50 + 0.049 Total dead load = 0.787 kN/m - 0.80 kN/m 6.3.2.2 18:875-1964,
Live load Live load

= 0.73 kN 6.3.3.2
Design forces due to the live load

according

to

Bending moment due to the live load, M = 0.81 x 5.792


L -

= 0.75 - 0.02 = 0.581 kN/m

(18.4 - 10)

= 3.39 kN.m

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SP 43 (S & T): 1987 Shear force in the vertical plane = 0.81 x 5.79 2
Case 2: 0.9 DL t 1.5 WL

Factored moment in the normal plane, = 2.35 kN Component of the live load bending moment the normal plane,
ML,, =

M 2 = 0.9 x 3.18 - 1.5 x7.04 in = 7.70 kN.m Factored moment in the tangential plane,

3.39 x cos 18.4

= 3.22 kN.m Component of the live load bending the tangential plane,
ML, =

M utz = 0.9 x 1.06 = 0.95 kN.m

Factored shear force in the normal plane, moment in


Vun2
=

3.39 x sin 18.4 = 1.07 kN.m

0.9 x 2.20 - 1.5 x 4.86 = - 5.31 kN shear force in the tangential plane,

Factored
Vut2 Case 3:
=

Shear force in the normal plane,


VLn = 2.35 x cos 18.4 = 2.23 kN/m

0.9 x 0.73 = 0.66 kN

1.2 DL t 1.2 LL + 1.2 WL

Factored moment in the normal plane, Shear force in the tangential plane,
VLt

Mun3

1.2x3.18+1.2x3.22-1.2x7.04

2.35 x sin 18.4 = 0.74 kN


=

= - 0.77 kN.m Facroted moment in the tangential plane,

6.3.3.3

Design forces due to the wind load

M ut3

Bending moment the normal plane, M W 8

due to the wind load which is in

1.2x1.06 + 1.2 x 1.07 = 2.56 kN.m

= 1.68 x 5.792

Factored shear force in the normal plane, = 7.04 kN.m


VUll3
= = 1.2x2:2+1.2x2.23--1.2x4.86

-OS+?kN plane,

Shear force in the normal plane, = 1.68 x 5.79 -2 = 4.86 kN

Factored shear force in the tangential


Vut3
=

1.2 x 0.73 -I-1.2 x 0.74

= 1.76 kN 6.3.4 Design - The purlin is reinforced as shown in the figure below: with steel

6.3.3.4 Resultant design forces


CaseI:1.5DL+l.SLL

Factored moment in the.normal


M un, = 1.5 x 3.18 + 1.5 X3.22

plane,

-P=t

= 9.60 kN.m Factored moment in the tangential


M utl = 1.5 x 1.06 + 1.5 x 1.07

plane,

= 3.2 kN.m Factored shear force in the normal plane,


Vunl = 1.5 x 2.20 t 1.5 x 2.23

ET
l-#lO

'l-#lO

50

l-#12

= 6.65 kN Factored shear force in the tangential plane,

6.3.4.1 Dead load and live load Resultant factored moment,


Mu = JIM,.,2 +Mutlz = J+

V utl = 1.5x 0.73+1.5x0.74

= 2.21 kN

= 10.12 kN.m

12

Inclination

of the neutral axis with the horizontal, -I 3.2 96 0 = 18.4

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 Compressive force in the concrete

13= tan

= 40254N Resultant compressive force, C = 23 305+40254 = 63 559 N Resultant tensile force,


T = 22515

t40793

= 63 308 N 2: c Hence, the depth of the neutral axis assumed is alright. Taking the moment of all the compressive forces about the top fibre, distance of centre of compression from top fibre, x= 0.45 x 25 63 559 2 From the strain diagram, 0.003 5 esc = -x25 57 0.003 5 Est 1 = -x22 37 E
st2 =

Assume the depth of the neutral axis, X, = 57 mm Solving graphically:


d SC = 57 - 32 = 25 mm

dstr = 79257

= 22mm

80x24 2

d stz = 269 - 57 = 212 mm

2 x +x24+ 3

(158 + 80) 2

x 33x = .14rnrn = 0.001 5

7 x41 J

+23305x32

Strain,

= 0.001 4

Moment of the tensile forces about of compression, M,, Lim = [22 515 x (79-34)

the centre

0.003 5 57x212

+ 40 793 (269-34)

= 0.013 0

x IO61 = 10.6 kN.m > 10.12 kN.m

From the stress-strain curve for steel,

Stress, f,, fst fst2

= 295 N/mm2
1 = =

Hence, the assumed section is alright for the combination of dead load and live load moments.

285 N/mm2 361 N/mm2 6.3.4.2 Dead load and wind load 7.7 F---

Resultant factored moment, MU = Force in the steel,


F SC = 79 x 295 = 23 305 N

+ o.952

= 7.76 kN.m Inclination of the neutral 0 = tan1 axis with horizontal

F stl =79x285

= 22515N 0.95 = 7.0 ( 7.7 >

Fstz = 113 x 361 = 40 793 N

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SP 43 (S & T): 1987 Compressive force in the concrete = 0.36~25~55~50 = 24750N

Therefore, resultant compressive force, C = 35030+24750 = 59780N

Assume the depth of the neutral axis, X, = 55 mm Solving graphically:

Resultant tensile force, T=2x 28519 = 57038N-C

Hence, the depth of neutral axis assumed is alright.


d SC

= 55 - 28 = 27 mm Distance of bottom fibre, X= centre of compression from the

d St 1 = 205 - 55 = 150 mm d st2


=

226 - 55 = 171 mm

35 030x 28 + 24 750 x 0.42 x 55 59 780 = 26mm

From the strain diagram,

Strain,

esc =

0.003 5 x 27 = 0.001 7 55 5 x 150=0.0095

Moment of the tensile forces about the centre of compression, MU, Lim = 28 519 (205 + 226 - 2 x26) = 10.8 kN.m > 7.76 kN.m x lo*

0.003 Estl = ~ 55

0,003 fst2
= ~

5
x

55

171 = 0.010 8

Hence, the assumed section is alright for the combination of the dead load and the wind load moment. The combination of the dead load, live load and the wind load does not govern the design. Shear in the normal leg is maximum for the combination of the dead load and the live load, Factored shear force, VU = 6.65 kN Nominal shear stress, 7, = 6.65 x 10 50 x 225

From the stress-strain curve for steel, Stress, f,, = 310N/mm

f stl = 361 N/mm2

= 0.59 N/mm2 Percentage of steel in the normal leg,

f st2 = 361 N/mm2


VI

Force in the steel,

= 1 .OO nercent 50 x225 * Design shear stress of the concrete from Table 13 of 18:456-1978, n. = Tc = 0.64N/mm2 > 0.59 N/mm2 according to

113x100

F SC = 113 x 310 = 35 030 N

Hence, nominal web reinforcement 25.5.1.6 of 18:456-1978 is adequate.

F stl F st2

79x361

= 28519

Shear in the tangential leg is maximum for the combination of the dead load and the live load, Factored shear force, Vut = 2.21 kN 14

79 x 361 = 28 519 N

SP 43 (S & T):1987 Nominal shear stress, r, =

2.21 lo3 x
50 x 175

Mu
Referring to Table 3 of SP:16, for ~ Percentage of steel(p) = 0.55 0.55 x 400 x 765 pbd Ast= _ = 100 100 Provide six 20mm area of 1 885 mm2 diameter = 1 683 mm2
bd2

= 1.802 7

= 0.25 N/mm2 Percentage of steel neglecting the steel in the normal leg, 79 xl00 = 0.90 percent Pt = 50 x 175 Design shear stress of the concrete from Table 13 of 183456-1978, rc = 0.61 N/mm2 > 0.25 N/mm2 according to

bars, providing

an

Sagging, factored moment,


_If M bd2 = 38x lo6 400 x 7672

M,

= 38 kN.m

Hence, nominal web reinforcement 25.5.1.6 of IS:456-1978 is provided.

= 0.162

Assuming 6 mm diameter mild steel single legged web reinforcement, spacing of the web steel, Asv x fy S =
0.4b =

Area of steel needed minimum required.

for this is less than the needed according to

28 x 250 = 350 mm 0.4 x 50 spacing according to

Minimum area of steel 25.5.1.1 of 18:456-1978


= 0.85x fy bd =

Maximum permissible 25.5.1.5 of IS: 456- 1978 =0.75x

0.85 x 400 x 767

= 628mm2

415

175 = 131 mm Provide three 16 mm diameter bars, providing an area of 603 mm2, which is nearly equal to the required. At Section E: Sagging, factored moment, M, = 236 kN.m Mu -=
bd2 236 x 10

Therefore, provide 6 mm diameter single legged web steel at 130 mm centre-to-centre in both the legs. 6.4 Design of the Portal Frame - The design forces at various critical sections of the frame are taken from Table 11. 6.4.1 Design of the Principal Rafter - Assume the cross-sectional dimensions = 400 mm x 800 mm. a) Design for flexure At Section C: Hogging, factored from Table 11. moment (M,) = 422 kN.m

= 1.008
400~767~

Referring to Table 3 of SP:l6, for $ Percentage of steel (p) = 0.292 pbd


A St = =

= 1.008

0.292 x 400 x 767 100

Assuming 20 mm dia bars, Fe 415 and M 25 concrete, Effective depth (d) = 800-25-l 0 = 765 mm Referring to Table D of SP: 16, Limiting moment of resistance (MU, Lim) = 3.45 bd2
Mu,

= 895.86

mm2

100

Provide five 16 mm diameter bars giving an area of 1 005 mm. b) Design for shear At Section C: Factored shear force = 147 kN

Lim = 3.45 x 400 n 765 = 8.076 x 10s N.mm

Since Mu, Lim > M,, the principal rafter has to be designed as a singly reinforced beam, M, -=
bd2

Nominal shear stress,

vu rv = -=
bd

147 x lo3 ~400x 765

422 x 10 = 1.8027 400 x 7652 15

= 0.48 N/mm2

SP43(S&T):1987 Percentage of r%forcement

= 0.55

d=40t d -=D P

10=50mm = 0.062 5 2 0.1

Design shear stress of the concrete from Table 13 of IS:456-1978, rc = 0.51 N/mm2 Hence, it is O.K. Hence, nominal web reinforcement 25.5.1.6 of 13:456-1978 is provided.. according to > 0.48 N/mm2

50
800

191 x lo3 = 0.024 25 x 400 x 800 422 x lo6 25 x 400 x 8002

-=

fckbD

M -=
fckbD*

= 0.066

According to 25.5.1.5 and 25.5.1.6 of IS: 4561978, spacing of the stirrups should be least of the following :

From Chart 32 of SP: 16,


P = 0.037

As+ fv
l)S,= 0.4 b =

100 x 415 = 260.75 mm 0.4 x400 x765=573.75mm z

2) S, = 0.75 d = 0.75d=0.75 3) S, = 450 mm

P = 0.925 percent
A, = 2 960 mm2

Hence, provide 8 mm diameter, two legged stirrups at 260 mm centre-to-centre for the entire length of the rafter. 6.4.2 Design of the Column At Section B: Factored moment, M, = 422 kN.m Factored axial force = 191 kN Column height (H) = 6.5 mabove the foundation 1.5 H Slenderness ratio along major axis = ~
= -

Therefore, A,, = A,, = 1 480 mm2 Provide ten 20 mm diameter bars giving an area of 3 141 mm. Provide 8 mm diameter lateral ties. According to 25.5.3.2 of 13:456-1978, lateral ties is the minimum of: 1)4OOmm 2) 16 x20=32Omm 3) 48 x.8 = 384 mm Hence, provide 8 mm diameter 300 mm centre-to-centre. lateral ties at spacing of

1.5 x6.5 0.8

= 12.19 2: 12

Slenderness ratio along minor axis = 0.75 x 6.5 = 12.19 = 12 0.4 Hence, the column is designed as a short column. along the minor axis accord6 500 800 ing to 24.4 of 18:456-1978 =t 500 30 =13t27=40mm Factored bending moment along the minor axis Minimum eccentricity

6.5 Design of the Foundation - The illustrative problem is the foundation for columns with fixed base and the forces for which the foundation is designed are taken from Table 11. These values are reproduced below: Foundation
Load

forces at service load stage:


Bending Moment (kN.m) Shear Force W)

Axial Force (kN) A Compression Tension

DL LL WL

156 26 20

167 41 31

58 15 15

= 191x 0.04

= 7.6 kN.m

This is negligible and the nominal reinforcement provided along the longer face can take care of this moment. Provide equal reinforcement on two opposite sides and assuming 20 mm diameter bars, 16

Typical design of the foundation is worked out considering the column to be cast in-situ and also to be precast.

SP 43 (S & T):1987 6.5.1 Case 1: Cast in-situ Construction - Assume the depth of the foundation to be 750 mm. Moment,M=(167 t41 t31)tO.75(58tlSt15) = 305 kN.m Totalaxialload,P=156+26-20=162kN Assuming the self-weight percent of the above load, of footing to be 10
P $=

From force equilibrium,


P -!!!.% 2

Bx=p

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1)

From moment equilibrium


BX(D-

about axis AA, . ...............(2) 1.2m

+-0.4)=M

Assume Pmax = 500kN/m;B= Solving the two equations

P= 162 x 1.1 = 178.2 kN 305 Eccentricity, e = F = ~ 178.2

= 1.711 m

X = 0.594 m
D = 2.30 m

Since the eccentricity is very large and there is no possibility for reversal of moments, owing to small wind load moment compared to the dead load and live load moments, an eccentric footing is adopted. The size of the column is 400 mm x 800 mm. Safe bearing capacity of the soil = 400 kN/m2 (assumed) Maximum permissible edge pressure = 1.25 x400 = 500 kN/m

6.5.1.1 Structural design for bending moment From the forces given, it can be seen that the load combination governing the design is DL +LL. Under this loading condition, the net pressure distribution is as shown below. Ml 5 concrete and Fe415 steel are, used. Let cover to centre of reinforcement Moment, M-167 be 50 mm

effective depth = 750 - 50 = 700 mm t 41 t 0.70 (58 + 15) = 259 kN.m Total axial load, P = I 56 t 26 = 182 kN Let maximum pressure be p, then pxx 2 1.2=182ands $)=259

P.F_xl.2(2.3-0.4-

Solving the above equations, we, get P = 212 kN/m2 and x=1.43m

ELEVATION

ELEVATION

PLAN

PLAN

17

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 Factored bending

moment

about

section 1.43 3 )

BB,

Hence, the section provided is adequate. Since the bending moment in the other direction being very small, only nominal reinforcement is provided. 0.12 Area of steel required =-x 100 ( 200;750 2300x

MU

=I82

x105x(2.3-0.8--

= 279.4 kN.m
M

U=
bd2

279.4 x lo6
400 x (700)2

= 1 43

= 1311 mm2 1 Provide 12 bars of 12 mm diameter (A,, = b 357 mm2) Details of the foundation No. 155(a). 6.5.2
Foundation

are shown in Drawing

From Table 1 of SP:16,


Pt k 0.454 percent

0.454 x 400 x700 Tnerefore, A,, = 100 = 1 272 mm2

Case 2: Precast Column and Cast insitu - A socket type connection is adopted. Such a connection is generally accepted as a good detail for flexurally rigid footings and is also simple to achieve. Overall plan dimensions of the foundation are arrived at as illustrated in Case 1 : cast in-situ construction. Hence, only the design of the socket is illustrated here.

Provide twelve 12 mm diameter rods giving an area of 1 357 mm2.

Factored shear force about section

ss,VU=1.5x1.2(212~93*4)xo.* = 219.9 kN Factored bending moment about section SS,

MU = (93.4 x 0.8 x 1.2 x 0.4

118.6x0.8x1.2x0.8x2 + = 99.4 kN.m Effective depth at this section,


d = 434 mm

2x3

) 1.5

Net factored shear force, Vu - 5 (39.1.1 of IS: 456-1978)= 219.9 = 135 kN Nominal shear stress, 7 = Design shear stress, rc = 0.438 N/mm 135 x lo3 1200 x 434

tan P 99.4 x 0.37 o 434

6.5.2.1 Depth of socket - The socket is designed for bearing stress due to the column on the inner and outer faces of the socket. Bearing stress on the faces due to moment is shown below:

= 0.26 N/mm2

> 0.26 N/mm2. 18

k!!!

As in the previous nation is (DL + LL).

case, governing

load combi-

Assuming the depth of the socket to be 800 mm, the factored design bending moment, M, = (208 + 73 x 0.40) 1.5 = 356 kN.m Factored design horizontal force = 73 x 1.5

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 The two side faces are presumed to take the full moment acting as cantilevers as they are very stiff in the direction of bending. The outside face of the socket will crack and become ineffective. The inner face will be under compression but is neglected. This will make the design conservative. Total factored = 400 kN.m Width of cantilever = 2 x 250 = 500 mm Effective depth, d = 250 t 75 t 800 t 75 t 25 +y = 1350mm M -=
bd2

moment

on

cantilever

base

= (208 + 73 x 0.8) 1.5 = 1lOkN Permissible bearing stress = 0.45 fck = 0.45 x 25 = 11.25 N/mm2 (according to 34.4 of IS:456-1978) Equating resisting and applied moments, 400 x lo6 = 0.44 500x1350x1350 11.25x%.~4OOh/2 = 356 x lo6 Solving for h, h = 689 mm Hence,provide an insertion of 800 mm. For 800 mm insert, let actual bearing stress be fr . From Table 1 of SP: 16, pt = 0.129 However, nominal steel of 0.2 percent may be

provided. Provide an area = $

x 1 350 x 500

= 1350mm. = 356 X lo6 N/mm fr = 8.3 N/mm Additional bearing stress due to shear force 110x1000 =----= 0.34 N/mm2 800 X 400 Total bearing stress = 8.3 + 0.34 = 8.64 = N/mm2 < 11.25 N/mm2 (permissible) 6.5.2.2 insertion of all sides of thickness for
Design of the walls - For grouting and

Use twelve 12 mm diameter bars (A, = 1 357 mm2) spread over both the faces of wall. . Also, the bearing forces on the socket face have to be transferred to the side walls. This will generate a separation tension at the joint. Adequate steel is needed to transfer this tension. Total tension at the joint 1 =-_x 8.64~400 2 lo3 =801 kN 1 Permissible stress in steel = 11; x 415 x_800 2 +llo

the column, a clearance of 75 mm on the column is given. A 250 mm wall the bore is chosen.

= 360.8 N/mm2 Area required to resist the tension = 801 x 1000 360.8 = 2 220 mm2 Provide twenty 12 mm diameter bars (A, = 2 262 mm) These can be dispersed on both inner and outer faces, as loops in the walls of the socket. Details of the foundation No. 151 (a). 19 are shown in Drawing

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 6.5.3 Design of Foundation for a Column with Hinged Base - Even though the problem taken as illustration is one with fixed base column, the design of foundations for column with hinged base is also illustrated. 6.5.3.1 Case 1: Cast in-situ construction Here, the foundation forces are taken from Table 81 for the frame with the same configuration but with a hinged base. Of course, in the case of column with hinged base, it is assumed that the footing as a whole will rotate relieving of the moments because of the compressibility of the soil. The case of structural hinge is not considered and it is not necessary to provide a structural hinge ai all. The problem illustrated assumes a safe bearing capacity of soil of 100 kN/m2 . Column size : 500 mmx 500 mm Foundation forces at service load stage taken from Table 81 are reproduced below:
Load AxiaZ Force (kN) fCompr&sion h Tension Shear Force (W

-ICAL

SECTION FOR FLEXU?AL SHEAI?

Adopt an overall depth of 250 mm. Therefore, effective depth, d = 250 - 40 - y =192mm Therefore, %bd2

- 12

DL LL WL

191 26 -

14

41 8 17

20.6 x 1.5 x lo6


500 x 192

= 1.676

From Table 1 of SP: 16, Totalaxialforce=191 t26=217kN to be Pt = 0.550 Beercent


A st=

Assuming the self-weight of the foundation 10 percent of the above. 217 x 1.1 Area of bearing required = 100 = 2.4 m2 Adopt a square footin of size,

- 100 x500x

0.550

192 = 528 mm2

Provide nine tions.

10 mm diameter bars in both direr

Ast = 9 x 79 = 706 mm Therefore, Pt 2 706 500 x 192


x 100

16OOmmx1600mm Upward bearing pressure on footing =217 1.6x 1.6 = 85 kN/m2 a) Flexural design Governing load case is (DL + LL) Bending moment at the face of the column =85x1.6 x o.552 2 = 20.6 kN.m Ml 5 concrete and Fe 415 steel are used. 20

= 0.73 percent

b) Punching Shear Dimensions of the critical section:


b = 500 t 192 = 692 mm

50 D = 200 t 550 x 454 = 241 mm


d=241-40+

-12=183mm

Punching shear = 85 (1.6 x 1.6 - 0.692 x 0.692) = 176.9 kN

SP43(S&T):1987 Punching shear = 176.9 x 1.5 x lo3 4x692 xl83 = 0.52 N/mm2

Permissible shear stress in punching = 0.25 Jfck = 0.25 Ji? = 0.97 N/mm > 0.52 N/mm Hence, it is O.K.
c) Flexural Shear pt =

0.73 percent

From Table 13 of IS:456-1978 Design shear stress rC = 0.53 N/mm Dimensions at the critical section: b=500+2
D =

Size of the column = 400 mm x 800 mm Assume the size of the pedestal to be 600mmx 1 OOOmm
Since

xl92=884mm

the DL + LL combination is governing the

232.5 mm mm

design. Factored axial force, ~~=(l56tO.6xl.Oxl.2x25t26)1.5 =3OOkN Factored bending moment, M, = [167 t 41 t (58 t 15) 1.21 1.5 =443kN.m
4

d = 232.5 - 58 = 174.5

Flexural shear = 85 x 1.6 x 0.358 = 48.7 kN Nominal shear stress, v= 48.7 x 1.5 x lo3 884 x 174.5 = 0.47 N/mm2 < 0.53 N/mm2 Hence, it is O.K. The details of the reinforcement is shown in Drawing No. 156(b). A pedestal is provided since the development length in compression for 20 mm diameter bars is 905 mm.
foundation

PU
fckbD a=MU
f&D2

300 x103 25 x600 x 1 000 443 x lo6

= 0.02

= 0.03 25 x 600 x(1 000)2

d=40+11=51mm
d -_ _ -51 = 0.5 D 100 From Chart 32 of SP:l6, P f ck

6.5.3.2 Case 2: Precast column and cast m-situ - Structural design of the foundation will be the same as that illustrated above. The walls of the socket is subjected to very small forces since there is no bending moment and hence only nominal reinforcement is provided. The details of the reinforcement for the foundation are shown in Drawing No. 151 (b). 6.5.4 Design of a Pedestal - Where embedment below ground level of the columns has to be more than 500 mm because of firm soil available at greater depth, a pedestal can be provided. A typical design of the pedestal for 1200 mm height is illustrated below. The maximum height of pedestal should normally be limited to 1 200 mm. 21

=0.015

Therefore, P = 0.015 x 25 = 0.375 percent Provide 0.5 percent of the cross-sectional area of the pedestal according to 33.4.3 of 13:456-1978. Therefore, area of steel required =0.005x600x 1 000=3000mm2

Provide eight 22 mm diameter bars, four on each face. Provide 2 bars of 16 mm dia on each of the longer face. Provide 8 mm dia links at 300 mm centre-to-centre.

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 Drag pressure on roof = 0.025 x 2 = 0.05 kN/m2


~m!_UMN EARS 10 4X20

66.1 Gable End Forces 6.6.1.1 Due to wind pressure on gable end. above base.

Assume 0.8 m height of brickwork

SECTlON

OF THE W.lESTAL

Design of Bracing - The following example illustrates the typical design of a bracing system for a factory building of span 18 m and length 30 m made of concrete portal frames having the following salient features :

6.6

Span of the frame = 18 m Spacing of the frames = 6 m Height of the frame = 6.5 m Roof slope = 1 in 3

Nodal forces: At point 1 = 1A(5.7 t 6.7) 3x: At point 2 = ?4,(6.7 + 8.2) 4.5x+4 1.4 At point 3 = ?4 (8.2 + 8.7) 3.0 x-= 2 6.6.1.2 Due to drag force on roof = 13.0 kN = 23.5 kN 17.8 kN

Nodal forces : At point 1 = At point 2 = The bracing design is worked out for a shed of 5 spacing with the arrangement of bracings as shown above. Basic wind pressure, P = 2 kN/m2 Pressure on wall = 0.7 p = 0.7 x 2 = 1.4 kN/m 22 30 2 3*16 x0.05 = 2.4 kN

x 0.85 = 3.6 kN 3o 4.74 2 30 x 1.58 x2 x 0.05 = 2.4 kN At point 3 = 2 Total nodal force, or =13.0+2.4=15.4kN
F2 F3 = =

23.5 + 3.6 = 27.1 kN 17.8 + 2.4 = 20.2 kN

SP43(S&T):1987 6.6.2 Force Diagram Diagonal force, P = F


Critical rafter bracing F= 27.1 kN

JGFa

2C-2 kN -

274 kN -

x
A
T

154 _----- kN

X
X
1
6m
d

27.1 kN

a=Bm

i
1 P=27.1 dn 6 = 39.4 kN

In the X bracing, only one diagonal is normally considered as effective.

Vertical bracing

a=6m

P= 15.4 &j.02+j.72

6 = 21.3 kN

SP43(S&T):1987 Since the rafter bracing and vertical bracing is not in same plane, therefore, some additional stresses will come on portal rafters which can be rechecked, if required. Two alternatives have been worked out for design of bracing, one using steel and other using concrete. 6.63 Case 1: Steel bracing a) Rafter bracing Diagonal length = J6.322+ Axial force = 8.72 m = 39.4kN

6.6.4 Case 2: Concrete Bracing- Use M 25 concrete and Fe 415 steel. a) Rafter bracing Axial force, P = 39.4 kN Factored axial force, Pu = 1.5 x 39.4 = 59.1 kN Consider cross-section of size 150 x 150 mm Self-weight acting vertically downwards 8.72 = 25 x 0.15 x 0.15 x 6.00 = 0.82 kN/m Bending moment at mid-height (span) due to self-weight =0.82 x 62 8 = 3.7 kN.m
.

The tension diagonal member is designed and the same section is provided for the other diagonal. Consider two angles ISA: 50 x 50 x 6 mm placed back to back, with a 10 mm gusset. Least slenderness ratio = L which may be allowed. Net area = 2 x 5.68 - 2 x 0.6 X 2.15 = 8.78 Cm2 * Net axial capacity = 0.6 x 25 000 x 8.78 = 131.7 kN > 39.4 kN
r

=-

872

= 354

2.46

Therefore, factored moment, M, = 1.5 x 3.7 = 5.6 kN.m The compression member is designed and the same section is provided for the other diagonal also. = 59.1 kN = 5.6 kN.m MU Effective length = 8.72 m Additional facto;d moment due to slenderness,
Pu (compression)

50X50X6
/YA

where

t . 4b) Vertical bracing Diagonal length = Axial force = dG2 21.3 kN = 8.28 m

PU= factoled axial road in compresslull, D = depth of cross-section at right angles to major axis, and 1 = effective length in respect of the major ex axis,
Mu =

59.1 x 0.15 2000

8.72 ( 0.15 1

The tension diagonal member is designed and the same section is provided for the other diagonal. Consider two angles ISA:50 x 50 x 6 mm placed back to back with a 10 mm gusset. Net axial capacity = 131.7 kN > 21.3 kN Hence, it is O.K. The details of the steel bracing designed above are shown in Drawing No. 154. 24

TotalM, = 5.6 + 15.0 PU -= f&hD J+f -=


fckbD2

= i5.0 kN.m = 20.6 kN.m 59.1 x 103 = 0.105 25 x150 x150 20.6 x lo6 25x150~150~ = 0.244

SF 43 (S & T):1987 From Chart 34 of SP: 16, P

P=25xO.12 = 3 percent
At =

= 0.20
p = 25 x 0.20

fck '

3 x 150x 150 100

= 5 percent
Ati= 5

= 675mm2 150 Therefore, adopt four 16 mm diameter bars as main reinforcement giving Ast = 804 mm. Adopt 6 9 links at 150 centre-to-centre as transverse reinforcement. The reinforcement and the connection details in the case of steel and concrete rafter bracing is shown in Drawing No. 154. 6.6.5 Gable End Columns

x150x

100 Therefore, adopt four 20 mm diameter bars as main reinforcement giving Ast = 1 256 mm2. Adopt 6 $?r links at 150 centre-to-centre as transverse reinfcncement. b) Vertical bracing Axialforce,p= 21.3kN

Factored axial force, I = 32.0 kN Consider a cross-section of size 150 X 150 mm Self-weight acting vertically downwards =25x0.15x0.15 = 0.78 kN/m Bending moment at mid-height (span) due to selfweight = 0.78 x ; = 3.5 kN.m Factored moment, M, = 5.3 kN.m The compression member is designed and the same section is provided for the other diagonal also. Pu (compression) = 32.0 kN i-5.3 kN.m WI = 8.28 m Effective length Additional factored moment due to slenderness, 8.28 2 M = 32.0x 0.15 ( 0.151 2.000 = 7.3 kN.m TotalM,, = 5.3 t 7.3 = 12.6 kN.m From Chart 34 of SF: 16,
P =

Height = 6.5 t f

x 6 = 8.5 m

Factored moment in columns, 1.4~6~8.5~ = 8 x 1.5 = 113.8 kN.m

8.28 x--; 6.00

Use 300 x 400 size columns, Slenderness ratio = H = g


D

r.

- 28.33

Additional factored moment due to


slenderness =

13* o3 8-5 = 4.6 kN.m


2000

23 0

Total I&, = 113.8 + 4.6 = 118.4 kN.m Factored axial load, Pu (due to DL) =0.3 x 0.4 x 8.5 x 25 x 1.5 = 38.25 kN -= fckbD2

Mu

118.4 x 10 25 x300x 4002

= 0.099

0.12 32.0 x103 = 0.057 = 0.149

-= f&D
d = d D

38.25 x 1 000 = 0.013 25x300~400 4Otll 51 -=0.128


400

f,k PU _-= f&bD _ M fed@ 25 x 150 x 150 =- 12.6 x 10 25 x 150 x 150s 25

=51

-=

0.15

SP 43 (S & T): 1987 From chart 33, SP:16,


P

f,k
P

0*07
1.75 300x400=2100mm2 100

= 0.07 x 25 = 1.75 percent

A st =-x

Use six 22 mm diameter bars (At = 2 280 mm2) and 8 mm stirrups at spacing 0.75 d = 0.75 x (400-51) centre-to-centre = 260 mm

frames, three different roof slopes, two different support conditions for columns at the base (futed and hinged), three different wind zones with three possible wind actions and five different earthquake zones. Again the analysis has been worked out for single bay, two-bay, three-bay and four-bay portal frames. It has been found that because of the low rise of the buildings considered, forces in the members, even due to the lowest basic wind pressure of 1.0 kN/m were more than those due to the most severe earthquake zone forces. Furthermore, it was found that the governing design forces and moments in the members of the portal frames did not vary much with variation in wind zone or slope of the roof. Total number of possible designs, considering all the above variables, could be as high as 17 280; too large number to be accommodated in any practicable typification scheme. Hence, typified designs have been worked out taking into account major parameters like span, column height, spacing of frames, number of bays and type of support conditions as variables. Then the number of problems brought down to a reasonable limit of 140 cases. The other variables play only a minor role and their worst effects were taken into account. The analysis results in the form of design forces and moments at various critical sections of the portal frames and foundation forces at service stage are given. The design results have been presented in the form of detailed drawings to enable ready execution. For the purpose of completeness, detailed draftings for 6 and 12 m span purlins, cladding runners, and their fixing details are also furnished. For the benefit of those who prefer to adopt prefabrication technique to cast in-situ construction, possible location of joints and lifting points for all the cases have been given. Typical illustrative designs have been worked for purlins, cladding runners, frames, foundations bracing. Also the quantity of concrete and steel square metre of the plan area are worked out presented. out and per and

LOO

7. ESTIMATION OF QUANTITlES OF CONCRETE/ STEEL 7.1 Table 143 gives information about the material consumption according to the designs worked out for 140 portal frames, typified. For ease of comparison, the information is given in the form of volume of concrete per square metre of floor area and weight of steel per square metre of floor area. In any given situation the column-free span required and height of the building are more or less fixed by the functional requirements of the shed. One important parameter that can be chosen by the designer is the spacing of the frame in the longitudinal direction. In almost all the crses worked out, it has been observed that the 12m spacing is more economical than the 6 m spacing. The difference in the cost is about 40 percent. If one has to cover large areas, but at the same time if there is no restriction on the minimum column-free areas required, it is obvious that multibay portal frames will be cheaper than portal frames of single large span. From the data presented in the tables, it can be seen that the cost per square metre is less by about 15 percent when the large spins of 24 to 30 meters are sub-divided into 2 or 3 shorter spans. 8. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 8.1 Reinforced concrete portal frames without cranes have been analyzed for five different spans, four different column heights, two different spacings of 26

The following conclusions can be drawn from analysis and design results, and also from quantities estimated : a) It is found that in most of the frames the horizontal deflection at top of the column governs the design of members except for a few frames of large spans and smaller column heights. b) Frames with fixed base give more economical designs compared to frames with hinged base by about 1O-30 percent. c) Multibay frames are more economical than single bay frames if there is no restriction regarding the unobstructed floor area. d) Frames of spacing 12 m are generally found to be more economical than frames of 6.0 m spacing and the economy is about 40 percent.

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REFERENCES
1. IS:191 l-1967*Schedule of unit weights of building materials @st revision) 2. IS:875-1964t Code of practice for structural safety of building: Loading standards (revised) Criteria for earthquake 3. IS:l893-1984 design of structures (fourth revision) Code of practice for 4. IS:456-1978 reinforced concrete (third revision) resistant concrete reinforcement: Part 1 Mild steel and medium tensile steel bars. (third revision) 8. IS:6006-1983 Uncoated stress relieved strand for prestressed concrete (first revision) 9. AC1 Standard 318-1983 Building code requirements for reinforced concrete. American Concrete Institute, Detroit, Michigan, USA 10. IS:800-1984 Code of practice for general construction in steel (second revision) 11. 1334326-1976 Code of practice for earthquake resistant construction of buildings (first revision) 12. IS:3007 (Part 1)1964 Code of practice for laying of asbestos cement sheetsPart 1 Corrugated sheets 13. SP:6(1)1964 IS1 Handbook for structural engineers : Structural steel sections (revised).

plain

and

5. IS:1343-1980 Code of practice for prestressed concrete (first revision) 6. IS:1786-1985 High strength deformed steel bars and wires for concrete reinforcement (third
revision)

7. IS:432 (Part 1) 1982 Mild steel and medium tensile steel bars and hard-drawn steel wire for

*Since revised as IS:875 tSince revised as IS:875

(Part l)-1987 (Parts 2 to 5)-1987

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TABLE 1 DESiGNFORCES

E
Spar! Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 9.0m : 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :

Section Designation (Hogging Wm) A B C D E 70 61 61 20 16

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kM m) 50 33 46

WJ
37 56 -

(WJ
-

45 23 12

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment

Axial Force

Shear Force

%i&zrkz
(kN.mJ IkN) 47 13

(WJ
8

lkN,
9 5 17

DL A LL WL

10 9 29

29

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TABLE 2 DESIGNFORCES E

bt%l

9.0m

Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 6.0 m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


:All :

EI

.IB E

u,
80

A 1m I 9.0 m

AI

9 1
r-

Section Designation ( (kN.m) A B C D E 114 15 75 26 13

Bending Moment

Compressive Force f kN) 36 38 -

Shear Force

(kN:m) 64 44 61

(kN) -

53 28 16

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force w Compressive (kN) 59 13 21 (kN)

Shear Force (kN) 8 3 31

DL A LL WL

20 9 29

30

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TABLE 3 DESIGN FORCES

E
Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

9.Om

: 12.0 m : : : : :
5.0m 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed

All

Section Df3ignation

Bending Moment Hogging Sagging (kkm)

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

A B c D E

153 143 143 34 22 88 19 109

95 131 106 55 23

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m) (kN1 8.5 26 -

Axial Force

Shear Force (kN1 15 (k?J) 22 9 33

DL A LL WL

4s

ia
51

31

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TABLE 4 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

9.0 m

8 : 12.0m : : : :
: 6.5 m 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed All I 9.0 m

,I3 E m
W

4 ,-

c
Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation

Bending Moment Hogging (kN.m) 231 153 153 50 23 Sagging (kN.m) 126 90 125

(kN)
63 80 -

/kN) 109 51 33

A B c D E

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Desigrlation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force b Compressive (kN1 92 26 Tensile (kN) 42

Shear Force (kN1 16 I 52

DL A LL WL

41 16 113

32

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TABLE 5 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m : :
6.0m 5.0m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :

Section Designation (W (kN. m) A B C D E 109 143 143 17 12

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) 50 66 89

(kN) II 96 -

(kNJ

76 38 11

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment 1 (kN.m)

Axial Force

.A

Compressive (kN) 71 18 -

Tensile (kNj _ 13

Shear Force (klv) 23 9 14

DL A LL WL

50 17 23

33

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TABLE 6 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

12.0 m a 6.0 m 6.5 m 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed All

sectionDesignation
7&y-7&$ (kN.m) A B c D E 141 141 141 2s 13

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kMm) _ 68 16 105

(kN) 88 96

(kN) 18 40

15

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axtid Force b Tensile Compressive (kN) 78 18 11 (kN1

Shear Force (kN) 18 6 21

DL A LL WL

46 16 48

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TABLE 7 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation r

: :
:

12.0m 6.0m 9.5 m 1:3,1:4, Fixed All 1:5

1.

El
L
01

: : : :

1
12.om -

1
%

Bending Moment I\ Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.m) 122 93 129

Compressive \ (kN) 79 66 -

Force

Shear Force

(kN1 81 43 25

A B C D E

249 167 167 45 12

,
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

I f kNl 91 18 -

Axial Force L Compressive Teksile

Shear Force (kNl, 11 4 39

fkNl
26

DL A WL LL

41 14 125

35

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TABLE 8 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: : : : : : :

12.0m 12.0m 5.00m 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed All E

Section Designation

Bending Moment ( Hogging (RN.?) j Saggng (kN.m) 117 118 161

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.I 112 174

(kN)

A B C D E

198 258 258 41 35

137 68 23

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Forces Due to Ax&l Force A Compressive (kN) 106 35 25 Tensile

Section Designation

Bending Moment (kN.m)

>

shear Force

(klv/

WI
40 17 27

DL A LL WL

86 35 46

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TABLE 9 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m : 12.0m :
6.5 m E

: 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 : Fixed : All


:

Section Designation
c

Bending hiomen t
1

Compressive Force

Shear Force

Homing
(kN.m) A B c D E 264 255 255 58 42

&c@ng
(kN. m) (kN) 125 174 152 137 190 (kN) _ 141 73 30

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Axial Force * Compressive (kN) 113 35 Tensile (kN) _ 21

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Shear Force (kN) 30 13 43

DL A LL WL

81 32 96

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TABLE 10 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

12.0m 12.0m 9.5 m 1:3,1:4,1:5

: : :

Fixed : :
Compressive Force Shear Force All

Section Designation

Bending Moment

(kN.m) A B c D E 483 309 309 101 39

(kN.m)

f kNl 93

IkAY 146 77 50

259 168 232

113 _

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force I Compressive Tensile WI 52 Ml 121 35 1

Shear Forces WV 20 8 79

_ DL A LL WL 71 28 251

38

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TABLE 11 DESIGN FORCES E Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: : : : :
:

18.0m
C

Cl

6.0m 6Sm 1:3,1:4,1X5 Fixed


All

A 18-O m

A 7

:
Bending Moment h Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.m) 38 179 236

Section Designation I

Compressive \ (kN) 243 191 _ _

Force

Shear Force

(kN) 147 72 15

A B C D E

300 422 422 8 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Fore es Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

I f kN) 156 26 -

Axial Force A Compressive Tensile lkN) 20

.I

Shear Force lkN) 50 15 15

DL A LL WL

167 41 31

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TABLE 12 DESIGN:~0RCES

: 18.0 m
Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation IHogging--(kN.m) Bending Moment Sagging (kN.m)
,,., 1

0I

6.0 m 9.5 m 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed

18.0 m
Compressive Force Shear

4 1

7
E Y-1
Q

Force

(kNl

(kN)

A B

319

212 191 -

421 421 21
_

86 222
308

C
D E

154 19
21

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Axial Force V Compressive (kN.m) (klvl (klvl (kNl Shear Force

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment

DL
A LL WL

152
36

180
26

39 10 31

101

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TABLE 13 DESIGN FORCES
C

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation (

: 18.0 m :
6.0m
E

: 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment
la.0
Ill

\
j
Shear Force

Compressive Force

(kN.m) A B C D E 515 421 421 45 -

(kN.m) 161 258 358

(kN) 191 141

(kN) .158

83 32

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) Axial Force (T&zYYz (kN) 204 26 43 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 28 I 49

DL A LL WL

139 33 204

41

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TABLE 14 DESIGN FORCES
L

: 18.0m Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0 m :
6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


A +

----r
C
C E
oi A

18-O m

Section Designation

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force 1

(Hoasinp W.4
A B C D E 419 681 681 52 36

(kN.m)

(kN) 362 301 -

(kN)

174 288 381

236 116

30

,
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kn! m)

Axial Force * Compressive Tensile (kN (kN) 210 52 40 -

Shear Force (kN) 81 30 29

DL A LL WL

252 a2 62

42

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TABLE 15 DESIGNFORCES

8I
Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
L

: 18.0 m : 12.0 m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All I

I I

18.0 m Compressive Force


1

Bending Moment

Shear Force

Hogging
(kN.m)

sagging
(kN.m) 271 358 496 (kN) 268 307 -

fkN) 248 128 43

A B c D E

646 618 678 94 42

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 229 73 202 A&l Force V Compressive (kN) 234 52 Shear Force ikN) 32 lkN) 59 20 62

43

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TABLJ? 16 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 18.0 m : 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All : ,


18.0 In
A

Section Designation r Hogging &N-m) 928 683 683 149 38

Bending Moment A sOgg.ng (kN. m) _ 411 416 511

Compressive J (kN) 213 205 *

Force

Shear Force

lkN) 255 134 62

A B C D E

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force

A
Compressive lkN) 258 52 Tensile /kN) 86

Shear Force lkN) 43 14 98

DL A LL WL

210 66 409

44

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TABLE 17 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
1

24.0 m 6.0 m 9.5 m 1:3, 1:4, 1:s Fixed AII

I
Bending Moment

244m
Compressive Force Shear Force

Ho&w

(kN. m) 724 989 989 440 592

(W
377 334 -

WJ

A B C D E

260 129 24

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 405 71 77

.
Axial Force (Compressive Shear Force

@NJ
313 35 -

&YJ
-

WJ
90 18

26

24

45

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TABLE 18 DESIGNFORCES E

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 24.0m :
6.0 m

: 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : AU :


2kOm I

1 A

A
I I

Bending Moment (Hogging Wm) --

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) 9 515 712

(kN) 423 334 .

(kN) 269 138 26

A B c D E

826 982 982 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kn! m) DL A LL WL 378 65 173 Axial Force (compressiveTensile (kN) 350 35 _ 22 Shear Force

(kN)

(kN) 73 13 40

46

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TABLE 19 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 24.0m : 12.Om
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:AB

:
Bending Moment A
Hogging kg&

Sectiok Designation
1

Compressive
)

Force

Shear Force

(kN. m) A B C D E 1062 1450 1450 47

Wm) 197 645 868

(klv! 444 489 -

(kN) 381 189

40

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment Wm) DL A LL WL 553 141 155 Axial Force h r 1 Compressive Tensile (klvl (kN) 384 70 52

Shear Force (kN 134 37 48

47

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TABLE 20 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&don r

: 24.0 m : 12.0 m : i2.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment n Hogging (kn! m) saggng (kN.m)

Compressive 3 liklvl 491 489 333 154 -

Force

Shear Force

(klv) 395 283 55

A B C D E

1 293 1440 1440 90

1043

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment

Axial Force

Shear Force lklvl

(
(kn! m) (kW

Ikf+!)
100

DL A LL WL

516 130 346

421 70 44

21 80

48

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TABLE 21 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 30.0 m : :
6.0m 9.5m El Hi i! A 30.0 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All

.T

; I

i
Bending Moment A Compressive Force

.-

Shear Fo%e

, Hogging
(kN. m) A B C D E 1 141 1 523 1523 -

>
(klvl 542 417 iklvl 313 150 43

sagging
Wm) 600 765

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kn! m)

Axial Force (Complesslve iklv) 361 44 -

Shear Force (kW 35

(kfV
152 29 16

DL A LL WL

662 119 45

49

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TABLE 22 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces SectdonDesignation I

: 30.0 m : 6.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


:All

I
Bending Moment A

30.0 m

I
Shear Force

Compressive Force 1 (kN) 480 417 101

Hoggiig (kN.m) 1 155 1541 1 541

sagg+lg (kN.m)

(kN) -

A B c D E

321 164 28

959

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) Axial Force 7 (kN) 398 44 32 /kN) Shear Force (kN) 117 22 34

DL A LL WL

621 109 143

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TABLE 23 DESIGNFORCES
0 0 C Ie 0

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismiczones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 30.0m : 12. Om
: 9.5 m

:I

E Ln 6, A

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All A 3o.um -i

Bending Moment

Compressive Forck
(&

Shear Force

(kN)

A B

1664 2 233 2 233


48 -

732 214
880

459 219

611 -

C
D E

1 122

62

-. .
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :
Section Designaiion Rvces Due to Bending Moment I (kN.m) (kN1 (kNl Axial Force Shear Force

(kN)
215 59 32

DL A LL WL

905 237 90

450 87 -

70

51

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TABLE. 24 DESIGN FORCES

.
E

: 30.0m Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones DesignUltimate F&es

: 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


.: All A J

A n I
30.0 m

Section Designation (Hogging (klv m)

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) _ 338 1 036 1405

(kN) 566 611 -

(kN)
480 240 52

A B
C

1715 2268 2268 83 -

D E

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Shear Force

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m) Tzjz?Yz (kN)

Axial Force

(kN)
64

(kN) 159 43 67

DL A LL WL

857 218 286

487 87 -

52

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TABLE 25 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones

: 9.0m : 6.0m ::All 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed I :


Bending Moment v (kN.m) A B c D E F
G
I s.0 m

:;j

90m

I I

DesignUltimate Forces
Section Designation

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.m)

(kN) 40 53

(kN)

68 56 56 13 13 9 83 29 40 33 31 39 25 35

43 21 16 27 48 39 50 -

H I

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Des&nation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 20 9 26 Ax121Force Shear Force (kN) (kN) 9 5 4 14 26 15

(kN) 46 12 -

DL I LL WL 21

14 28 -

53

. SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 26 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation r

: 9.0 m : 6.0 m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


:All

:
Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) 99 70 70 13 10 8 101 50 64 Sagging (kn! m) Compressive Force 1 (kN1 36 39 (kN) 48 56 78 23 19 33 58 Shear Force

40 40 49 39 29 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL Z LL WL 20 8 46 43 Axial Force wCompressive /kNl 57 12 19 26 Shear Force /kNI lkN) 7 3 21 19

93 28 -

54

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TABLE 27 DESIGNFORCES

Span
Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 9.0m
: 12.0 m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :
Bending Moment rHogging_ (kn! m) 152 131 131 20 18 15 194 58 80 53 13 91 58 54 118 142 (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force I

s.om

9.0 m

(kN1 102 123 -

FNI

100 48 31 62 113 -

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 49 18 52 54 155 55 51 29 Axial Force A Compressive (kN) 83 25 9 Tensile /kN) Shear Force (kNj 22 9 29

--

55

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:

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Se&bon Designation (

9.0m

:All

:
Bending Moment A Hogging (kNm) 201 143 143 25 18 15 209 99 78 83 102 69 54

I I

Mm

I I

m.om

I ,
Shear Force

Compressive I (kN) 64 82

Force

Sagging (khJ.m)

(kN

A ,B C D E F G H
I

100 48 38 68 119 112 153 -

129

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section DesipMtion Forces Due to Bending Moment (kh? m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 86 42 16 92 162 56 Axial Force [Comprersive (klvl 88 24 Shear Force (klvl 31 52 (klv:, 16 6 42 31

56

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TABLE 29 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes S*ort condition

: 12.0m ;;:;; ;;j

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
: AU L 1 120 m

&nd/seismic zones De&n Ultimate Forces Section Designation f

12.Qm

:
Bending Moment A Hogging (kN. m) 127 137 137 13 10 10 174 29 60 76 48 35 199 223 _sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force ) (kN) a4 93 73 35 17 41 79 (kN) Shear Force

A B c D E F G H I

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kn! m) DL A LL WL 58 19 27 29 Axial Force Shear Force (kN) (kN) 25 9 8 14

(kN) 70 17

DL

149 36 -

34

15

LL WL

57

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TABLE 30 DESIGN FORCES
c

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designatioh

: 12.0m

: 6.0m :
6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:.5 : Fixed
:All

:
Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m)

I
Compressive Force Shear Force

(kn! m)

(kN) 92

iklvl 13 36 20

A B C D E F G H Z

143 130 130 14 11 10 190 49 68 39 IO 80 54 37 -

91 -

99

46 83

,130

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kn! m) DL A LL WL 51 17 44 Axial Force A Compressive /kN) 16 17 6 Tensile (klv! Shear Force fklvl 18 6 18

DL Z LL WL

46

129 31 -

34

19

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TABLE 31 DESIGNFORCES
E E F GG F D C

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m : 6.0m
: 9.5 m

il
c
I 1 12.0 m

e
2

E.

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All
I
I 1. 120n i

&

:
Bending Moment (Hogging (kN.m)

i
73 36 27 51 89

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) _15 86 103 70 35

ikN) 71 65

(kN)

A B C D E F G H I

211 149 149 20 10 13 211 107 136

103

148

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kn! m) DL A LL WL 41 13 100 90 Axial Force 1 Compressive Tensile fkN) /kN) 88 16 24 Shear Force (kN) 11 4 31 35 27

DL Z LL WL

146 38

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TABLE 32 DESIGN FORCES

spa
Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation I

: 12.0m

: 12.0m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :

;;j

I 1

12.0 m

12.0 m

I 8

Bending Moment A ffoslping fkN m) 232 241 241 32 29 25 314 51 a1 13 108 131 88 91 %giig (kN.m)

Compressive Force b (klv) 125 168 -

Shear Force

lkW

131 63

_I

34 14 142

154 118

,
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (klv.m) DL A LL WL 100 38 54 Axial Force 1 Corn presive (klvl 104 34 15 Tensile FW Shear Force IkN 43 18 28

DL I LL WL

58

193 12 61 30

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TABLE 33 DESIGNFORCES
L L

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

12.0m B

: 12.0m :
6Sm

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment IHogging (kN.m) 265 234 234 36 32 26 344 91 137 (kN.m) I?ompressive Force (kN) 134 165 158 189 Shear Force (kN) 133 64 40 82 150 * I

92 127 189 101 95 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 89 33 88 91 Axinl Force I Compressive (kN) ______ 110 33 12 68 38 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 31 12 31 -

DL Z LL WL

203 74 -

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TABLE 34 DESIGNFORCES
C

E D a 4t
F GG F

E
0 C

Sean Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation
I

: 12.0m : 12.0m :
9.5 m

E.

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


*
I 12.om

I
1 12.0m

Bending Moment
A
,

Compressive Force

Shear Force

Hogging
(kN.m) 407 274 274 49 32 30 381 214 271

Sagging (kN.m)

iW 91 112 132

162 154 186 130 95

165

64
54 93 161 -

210

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 71 26 201 181 222 76 69 Axial Force v (kN) 121 32 (kN) 47 Shear Force (kN) 18 7 63 _ 54 -

62

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TABLE 35 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation

: 18.0m : 6.0m : 6.5m : 1:3,1:4, I:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

Hogging
(kN. m) 351 412 412 7 3 487 77 A B C D E F G H I

Sagging (kN.m)

lkN) 242

(kN) 142 67 23 75 150 -

5 162 201 135 6 -

187 390 295

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 198 47 47 51 A.&l Force m Compressive (kN) 156 26 Shear Force IkN) 12 50 fkfl) 63 16 18 _ 20

262 54

63

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TABLE 36 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation

: 18.0m : 6.0m
: 9.5 m

r;ir;rl

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment lHogglng (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force
I 18.0 m 18.0 II)

(kN.m) 27 206 258

IkN) 217 181 -

(kN) 145 IO 28 89 164 -

A B c D E F

394 388 388 3 3 560 104 147

G
H I

154 -

246 326

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 168 38 95 98 AzdalForce h ) Compressive Tensile lkN) (kN) Shear Force (kN) 40 10 9 21

I
111 25 -

--

291 55 -

-. 51

28

64

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TABLE 37 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m :
6.0m

: 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

Hogging
(kN.m) 467 396 396 5 3

7 sagging
(kN.m)

/kNj 196 139

(kN)

145 71 35 98 173 -

18 239 292 176 -

253 358

606 184 240

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL 144 32 168 _ 160 Axial Force (Compressive lkN) 199 24 Tensile ) Shear Force (kN), 27 7 40 36

lkN!
38 52

DL I LL WL

320 56 _

65

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TABLE 38 DESIGN FORCES

span
Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition

.on_

i fiy,lr5

r-T=-={

WOm

Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation I

: All :

1 I

I*OIll

I 1

Bending Moment A Hogging (kN m) 591 664 664 45 28 31 784 &l (kN.m) 106 260 323 218 124

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

lkN) 253 301

(kN)
--. -

A B C D E F G H I

628

228 108 45 121 241

154

380

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) DL A LL WL 299 93 95 Ax&l Force A c P~mnro.r;.,o T..,V,, J bS.Y,cY*,c 1 crws (kN) IkN 209 51 25 Shear Force (kW 95 32 35

DL I LL WL 103

369 107 -

_ -

IN

39

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TABLE 39 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0m :
9Sm A 1 I 1 IO.0 m 18.0 m A

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:Au

l-i

:
Bending Moment lHogging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN.m)

(kN) 281 292 _

(kNl
234 113 58 144 264

A B c D E F G H Z

665 625 625 49 33 38 903 208 294

_ 144 332 416 256 131 _

335 415

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 254 15 189 196 Axial Force (Compressive (kNl 229 50 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 60 19 54 55

19 102

DL Z LL WL

401 110 -

67

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TABLE 40 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : AU :


Bending Moment CHogging (kN.m) A B C D E F G H I 828 646 446 60 31 38 971 367 480 Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN.m) 244 384 410 299 128 -

(kN) 214 201

(kN) _ 234 114 71 158 278 _ -

_342 449

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designution Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 217 64 335 320 Axial Force b 1 Compressive Tensile (kNJ (kN1 249 49 433 112 104 76 Shear Force (kN) 41 13 79 _ 71

DL I LL WL

68

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TABLE 41 DESIGNFORCES

SPan Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation c

: 24.0m

: :

6.0m 9.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) 862 954 954 1 179 400 503 319 686 ail sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force 3 (kN) 389 324 250 119 32 137 268 (kN) Shear Force

A B C D E F G H I

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due t0 Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 476 79 99 AxibI Force z&z/-TX (kN) 310 34 Shear Force (kN) _16 (kN) 105 19 26

DL I LL WL

106

510 72 -

67

28

69

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TABLE 42 DESIGNFORCES
E E

SPan Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
c

: 24.Om

6.0m

a
E

: 12.5 m : 1:3, I:!, 15 : Fixed : All : I


Bending Moment
c

;I
I

.:-t
2CQm

21.0 m

Compressive Force
j

Shear Force

Hwging
(kN. m)

sagging
(kn! m)

(kW 421 317 -

(klv) I 254 123 33 155

A B c D E F G H

815
908 908

476

1 301 180 255

598 346 _ -

497 662

286

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (khr.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 170 420 68 164 Atil Force h I Compressive Tensile (kN) (kW 344 33 13 68 36 Shear Force (kN) 75 13 35

556 73 -

70

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TABLE 43 DESIGNFORCES E SPan Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones
Design E

: 24.0m

: 12.0 m :
9.5 m

.B E :

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force
2L.Om

I
I 2b-Om

.;-

Ultimate Forces

Section Designation

(kN.m)

(kN) 471

(kN) -

A B C D E F G H I

1271 1 399 1399 32 22 1720 52 587 737 474 57

475 366 174 1005 724 59 201 393

319

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 650 158 198 213 Axial Force * 1 Tensile Compressive (kN) (kN) 381 68 31 Shear Force (kN) 144 38 52

DL. I LL WL

654 144

134

57

71

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~ _~ ~~
L 0 Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wmd/seismic zones
Design F F

TABLE 44 DESIGN FORCES c B It

E
0

: 24.0m

GG H

c i
E (I)

: 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


:All A ..-I II

24.0 m

2com

Ultimate Forces

:
Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation

Hogging
(kn! m) 1352 1331 1331 26 22 1908 359 511

sasging .
(kN.m)

(kN) 512

(kN; 312 180

121 698 811 526 48 -

465

73 228 419

615 780

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 574 135 328 Axial Force rCompressive (kN) 413 66 26 Shear Force FN) (kN) 103 26 71 136 73

DL I LL WL 340

702 147 -

72

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TABLE 45 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation r

: 9.0m

; ;;!:4,1:5

;j

:AIl

SOrn

:
Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) 69 60 60 13 13 10 17 36 45 33 25 31 . 30 29 39 24 33 Sagging (kN.m) -

s.0m

9.0 m

Compressive Force > FN) 40 54

Shear Force

(kN)

A B

c
D
E

43 93 104 47 24 9 21 IS 25 41

F G H
Z

I
K L

18
9 10

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Dueto Bending Moment (kn! m) DL A LL WL DL Z LL WL 23 10 24 3 1 28 Axial Force (Compressive (kN) 41 13 5 . Shear Force W) /kN) 10 5 12

13 21 12

14

73

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TABLE 46 DESIGN FORCES E Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation t Hogging (kN.m) 93 66 66 11 10 8 94 51 62 99 I 21 32 38 35 39 50 31 27

: 9.0m : 6.0m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment A Sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force > (kN) 35 38 73 132 (kN) .\ 49 24 18 31 56 Shear Force

A B c D E F G H I J
K

56
. 30 12

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kn! m) --DL A LL WL 23 9 39 Ax&l Force Shear Force fkN) a 20 90 27 12 16 3 17 -

Compressive (kN) 58 12

1
TensiIe (kN)

DL I LL WL

2 1 39

74

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TABLE 47 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
r

: 9.0m : 12.Q m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed


:All

mm&1

I.0m

PO m

9.0 m

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kn! m) 155 139 139 20 18 16 180 73 93 182 14 14 Sagging (kN.m)
1

Compressive Force

Shear Force

A B C D E F G H Z J K L

102

48 69 91 56 51 50 56 73

126

226 250

. -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN, m) DL A LL WL 56 21 47 Axial Force (Comprersive (kN) 85 25 10 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 25 10 24

DL Z LL WL

6 1 55

149 53 24 .

2 1 28

7s

SP43(S%T):1987
TABLE 48 DESIGN FORCES
E I. E

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation

: :

9.0m

: 12.0m
6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force -.. Shear Force

(kN. m) 68 81 103 64 51

(kN! 62 80 -

(kN) 102 50 37 65 116

A B c D E F G H I J K L

191 137 137 21 19 16 193 101 123 204 14 14

151 .z 50 66 79 . 259

146 61 24

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL 48 17 79 Aria1 Force A ( ) Tensile Compressive (kN) (kN) 90. 25 40 Shear Force

(kNl
17 7 35

DL I LL WL

3 1 79

157 54 24

33

76

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TABLE 49 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m : :
6.0m 5.0m

BBi

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : AU :

*
I 12-om I 12-om I 12.0m I

Bending Moment x&----(kN.m) Sagging (kN.m)

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kNl 85

&NJ
13 36 16 38 16

141 145 145 14 110 11 158 51 19 161 9 I

B c D E F G H I J K L

30 55 73 50 33 -

95

168 210 -. . 76 36 10

33 41 63

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

-_____Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 61 22 27 t

Axial Force ,% ) Compressive Tensile (kN1 (kN) 71 17 8 -

Shear Force (kN) 21 10 12

10 3 36

119 35 16

3 1 17

77

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TABLE 50 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation v

: 12.0m : :
6.0m 6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
: I I lZ.OWl I 1 124m

All

I
I

12Qrn

:
Bending Moment (kN.m) 149 138 138 13 11 11 175 63 82 177 10 8 Compressive Force (kN.m) Shear Force

(kN) 92 93

(kN)

A B c D E F G H I J
K

_
34 67 88 54 34 -

75 37 20

170 201 _.

43 81

_ _
81 40 10

34 53 71

.-

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Des&nation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL Z LL WL 59 19 40 7 2 48 z&Gz-Qz (kN) 77 17 126 36 16 19 Axial Force Shear Force (kN) 7 (kN) 20 7 16

78

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TABLE 51 DESIGN FORCES

Spa

: 12.0m

Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: :

6.0m 9Sm

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All

:
Bending Moment w (kN.m) (kN.m) 62 84 105 65 34 .113 34 66 19 * 211 81 41 19 Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN) 15 63

fklvl

A B C D E F G H I J K L

198 141 141 14 10 12 195 102 124 208 10 8

15 37 25 49 a7

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 41 15 85 3 1 80 142 36 16 23 Axis I Force r Compressive (kN) 89 16 (kN) 1 26 Shear Force /kN) 12 4 26 -

79

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TABLE 52 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 12.0 In : 12.0 m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment

;f+y-yyj

12.0 m

12.0m

12.om

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(Hoaging
(kN. m) A B C D E F G H Z J K L 256 262 262 33 28 28 286 (kN.m) (kN) lkN)

127

133 64 34

17

172

100 132 90 84

298

68 137 -

100
135

85 86 114

322

.
137 66 18

291
23 21

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 116 44 55 Axial Force A Compressive fkN) 107 35 Tensile (kN) 16 Shear Force lkN) 47

19
25

DL Z
LL WL

17
5 73

189
70 32

5 1
34

80

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T.4BLE 53 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition SVind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 12.0m : 12.0m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All : -___


BendingMoment
rHogging (kh? m) A B
I 12.0m

I I

12,Om

124m

I 1

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kN. m)

(kN)

ikN)

214 249 249 34 32 28 317 126 162 321 24 24

a4 121 158 99 89 88 98 129 .4

135 168 _ _ 301 332 -. _

135 67 39 78 146 -

c
D E

I: G H I
J

146 14 22

K
L

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (Compressive (kN.m) (kN) lkN) (kN) Axial Force Shear Force

DL
A LL WL

103
38 80

112
34 _

14

34
14 31

DL I LL WL

12 3 95

198 11 32

_ _

31

81

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TABLE 54 DESIGN FORCES E Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
L E

: 12.0m : 12.0m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment A Compressive Force Shear Force

( fht?iw
(kN.m) A B c D E F G H I J K L 311 256 256 38 32 30 352 206 248 380 24 25

axff~
[kN. m) 138 151 190 120 90 88 124 143

1
(kN) 81 108 203 351 157 85 37 135 67 51 89 157 ikN) -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Sect&n Designution Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL * WL 81 29 171 Axial Force A Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN1 123 33 _ 52 Shear Force (kN) 20 8 52

DL I LL WL

4 1 161

214 72 32

47

82

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TABLE 55 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : :
6.0m 6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed
:All

:
Bending Moment LHogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN. m)

(kN1 246

/kN)

A B c D E F G H I J K L

410 436 436 15 3 438 110 164 455 4 -

191 143 68 29 69 143 346 401 6

1146 191 145 6

143 66 26

126 163

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 228 54 51 (kN1 158 26 Axial Force shear Force lklvl 12 lkN) 69 18 17

DL I LL WL

37 8 73

259 52 24

8 2 25

83

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TABLE 56 DESIGN FORCES \

Span llrame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: 18.0m : 6.0m :
9.5m 1:5

: 1:3,1:4, : Fixed : All :

I I
_

II.0 m

I 1

18.0 m

180m

I I

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

Section Designation FsogginR (kM.m) A B c D E F G H I J K L


2 516 143 193 519 3 422 413 413 6

Bending Momerzt

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.m)

(kN) 219

(kN) -

13 194 256 157 2 _

185 148 73 27 84 350 430


L

159 159

148 208

* -

79 15

Foundation Forces at Seticw

Load Stage

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force (Compressive

Shear Force

WV
179

/W
-

iklvl
44 11 23

DL A LL WL

195

43 87

25 -

11

DL I LL WL

24 3
104

289 53 24 -

3 28

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE - 57 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation f

: 18.0m : 6.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4, I:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment b Hogging (kN.m) sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force -I lkN) 195 139 _ 227 459 168 228 * (kN) Shear Force
I I 10.0* I l&O m I I 1.0 m I I

A B c D E F G H I J K L 2 561 190 243 571 3

57 231 295 174 -

148 74 34 93 168 _ 168 87 23

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kNm) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 165 36 143 13 1 149 312 54 24 Axial Force 1 Compressive lkN) 201 25 41 -_

~__._.

Shear Force fkN) 30 7 33 1 32

/kN)

85

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TABLE 58 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wmd/seianic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0m :
6.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed :AU :


Bending Moment (Hogging (kN.m) Compressive Force (kN.m) Shear Force

(kN) 258

ikN) 231 110 48 110 231 231 109

A B C D E F G H I J K L

669

103 703 51 26 40 706 209 301 733 34 18

111 235 3.08 234 115

307 540

117 201 261

595 -

41

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL 344 108 103 56 15 145 Axial Force A Compressive (kN) 212 52 365 105 47 Tensile (kN) 25 Shear Force fkN) 104 35 33 12 3 51

86

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TABLE 59 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Fixed : All : -Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) sagging FN.ml Compressive j (kN) 283 298 123 313 412 256 124 547 621 123 248 331 . .238 117 56 136 256 256 126 31 (kNl Force Shear Force
I

l#.Orn

18.Orn

IBQ

A B C D E F G H I J K L

102 665 665 50 33 41 831 280 361 840 36 24

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL 295 86 173 Axial Force r Compressive FNJ 232 51 Shear Force (kN) 21 (kN) 61 21 42

DL I LL WL

37 I 208

393 106 48

5 1 55

87

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TABLE 60 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 Fixed


:AlI
I 104m I ll.Om 1 180" I

:
Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN. m) A B c D E F
G

Wm) 203 312 476 288 122 -

IkW 212 204 -

lkNj _ 239 119

803 633 633 46 31 40


904

, 68
150

361 658

271 _ 271 * 141 46

H I J K L

381 476 932 36 24

121 286 361

_ -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Des&nation Forces Due to Bending Moment Wm) DL A LL WL 250 12 286 Axial Force I Compressive (klv! 252 50 Shear Force (kN) 81 (kNj 46 14 66

DL I LL WL

20 2 298

420 108 48

1 _

64

88

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TABLE 61 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 9.0m : 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3.1:4. I:5 : Fixed


:All

:
Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation

(kN. m) 28 28 38 25 32 33 23 30 23 30

(kN) 41 54

(kNJ 44 22 15 24 46

A B C D E F G H I J
K

72 62 62 12 13 11 14 38 49 II 8 10 10 75 22 30

93 104 46 23 8 23 43 98 61 -

L M N 0 P

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) DL A LL WL DL LL WL DL LL WL 25 12 23 6 2 26 20 Axial Force I Compressive (kN1. 41 13 73 21 12 71 26 16 Shear Force (kN) 5 (kN) 11 5 11 2 1 13

10

89

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TABLE 62 DESIGNFORCES

Spa Frame pacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wmd/seismic zones

: : :

9.0m

. x ;;I

: 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed
:All
I 0th I SOm I .0_0m I S.Om

Design Ultimate Forces


Section Designation
r

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kN.m) 92 66 66 11 10 9 92 49 61 98 I 8 8 94 36 45
Sagging

Compressive Force (kN.m) 31 38 49 31 21 27 30 39 29 25 _ 109 131 -

Shear Force

PV
35 38 49 25 18 31 55 _ _ 55 29 12 28 51 -

A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P

-, 114 87

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

SectionDesignation

Forces due to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force A \ Compressive Tensile IkN) (kN) 59 13 21 91 21 12 88 26 15 -

Shear Force (kN) 9 4 16 1 _ 14 12

DL LL WL DL LL WL DL LL WL

26 10 36 5 1 35 30

90

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TABLE 63 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
I

: 9.0 m : 12.0m : 5.0m

;I$
1 9.h I 9.on I 9.0m I 00m

: 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed
:All

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kN.m) 162 144 144 19 18 16 173 18 101 181 13 14 15 173 59 51 52 71 52 46 u 43 66 89 58 49 225 249 251 162 Compressive Force Shear Force

sagging
(kN.m)

(W
103 127 -

;kN) 102 51 30 51 108 108 55 16 52 102 -

A B c D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kh! m) DL A LL WL DL LL WL DL P LL WL 62 23 46 15 4 53 39 Axial Force Shear Force (kN) 26 10 22 5 1 26 20

A
Compressive (kN) 85 26 149 53 23 146 52 Tensile (kN) 10 31

91

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TABLE 64 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 9.0m : 12.0 m : 6Sm : 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed : All :


Bending Moment b Hogging (kN.m)
189 137 187 20 18 16 189 98 122 197 13 14 15 194 71 91
1

cam

s.om

.+Om

COm

Section Designation (

Compressive Force sagging IkNm) 1 FN) 62

Shear Force

(kN)

A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P

59 78 101 64 50 51 61 80 60 47

80

102 51 35 63 115 115 60

227 258

.
236 170

24 58 106 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage

:
Bending Moment (kN.m) Axial Force A b t Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN)
91 -

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Shear Force (kN)


18

DL A LL WL DL
I

53
19

25 _
158

41
-

7 31
2 1 28

73
10

LL WL DL

2
71

54
23

60

LL WL

154 51 _

31

_ 25

92

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TABLE 65 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition kind/seismic zones

: 12.0 m : 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed


:All
I 12 Om I 12 Om 12.Om

DesignUltimate Forces
Section Des&nation

:
Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN.m)

(ki; 87

(kN) 74 36 17 36 74 74 36 14 34 70
-

A B C D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

153 151 151 16 9 11 149 60 38 164 9 6 10 149 31 51 71 52 31 34 42 52 46 30 -

96 _ 167 211 _ _ * 189

213

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage

:
Bending Moment (kN,m) Axial Force Shear Force (kN) 29
10

Section Designation

Forces Due to

A
Compressive (kN) 72 18 Tensile (kN) 8
119 -

DL A LL WL DL LL WL
DL

73 25 29
19

12 6 2 17
-

6 38

35 16
117

LL WL
23

34
-

21

11

93

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TABLE 66 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m : 6.0m : 6.5m : 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed : All


I

lZ.Ofll

I
I

V&OR?

I
I

1ZOm

1ZOm

:
Bending Moment IHogging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN. m) 30 63 85 56 33 _ 35 49 68 51 32 -

(kN) 93 94 169 200 .. 175 142

(kN) 75 31 20 41 79 79 40 10 38 75 -

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 p.

157 144 144 13 10 11 168 70 93 177 9 8 10 167 37 50

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL LL WL _. I DL LL WL DL LL WL 16 4 46 34 127 36 15 124 34 21 4 1 17 13 66 21 39 Axial Force (compressive (kN1 78 17 (kN) 7 (kNj 21 I 15 Shear Force

94

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TABLE 67 DESIGNFORCES

Frame Span spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation

: 12.0 m
;_: : 1:3. 1:4.1:5

;;I]

: Fixed
I lZ.OWl I 12.Olll

1lOrn

12.0m

I I

:
Bending Uomen t m (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN.mJ 53 81 103 65 33 34 62 81 62 32 *

(kN1 75 63 172 217 _ 176 157

(kN) 75 37 25 48 86 86 46 19 44 79 -

A B C D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

194 139 139 12 10 11 191 98 120 206 9 8 10 196 76 94

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Duet0 I Bending Moment (kN.m) DL LL WL DL Z LL WL DL LL WL 52 16 78 9 2 71 63 Axial Force A ( Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN) 89 17 142 36 15 137 34 27 20 18 Shear Force (kN) 12 4 23 1 20

95

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TABLE 68 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones

: 12.0m : 12.0 m :
5.0m B I :
P I lI.Om 12.Om

I.

: 1:3.1:4.1:5 : Fixed : All : I


I
lZ.Orn

*J4
1 12.Om

DesignUltimate Forces
Section Designation

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) A B c D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P 216 273 273 36 26 29 268 116 163 297 22 19 25 270 61

(kn! m)

79 93 127 94 19 86 1% 102 83 77 -

291 321

134 65 34 65 133

- *
342 207

133 65 25 61 127

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

-------------------------_------------___
Section Des&nation Forces Due t0 Bending Moment (kN.m) DL LL WL DL LL WL DL P LL WL 127 49 51 34 12 75 45 e (kN1 108 35 190 70 31 189 69 Axial Force

---_---------Shear Force (kNl 50 21 24 10 4 33 21

Tensile (kN) 16 42

96

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TABLE 69 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m

: 12.0m : 6.5m : 1:3,1:4,1:5\ : Fixed


:AII

:
Bending Moment lHogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation

(kN.m)

(kN)
136 170

(kN)

A B c .D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

289 259 259 34 31 29 303 137 119 320 23 24 26 304 74 101

76 114 154 97 86

136 68 39

300 331 -

75 143 -

143 73 21 69 135 _

90 91 123 92 82

* 313 215

:
Bending Moment (kN.m)

Foundation Foices at Service Load Stage

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Axial Force (compressive (kN)


113

Shear Force (kN)

(kN)
37 14

DL

114

LL WL DL LL WL DL LL WL

42 79 28 8 92 67

34 198

14

29
I

71 31
194

2 34
_

69 -

41 26

97

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TABLE 70 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones :AB
I

;_t

;I;]

ll.OUl

120m

120m

110m

I I

DesignUltimate Fdrces. Sect&m Designation


I

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

s7ggihg
(kN. m)

/kN) 86 (kN)

A B c D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

368 252 252 34 32 28 346 194 237 375 24 25 26 359 151 188

120 147 187 119 89

106

136 68 50 87 155 155 83 36 80 142

304 349

90

115 146 114 83 -

315 231

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Mbment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL LL WL DL LL WL 89 32 156 16 3 142 Axial Force rCompreJaive_ /kN) 124 33 215 73 31 207 69 41 Shear Force IkN) 54 (kN) 21 8 47 2 1 40 36

126

98

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TABLE 71 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 9.0 m

: 6.0m : 5.0 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:All

:
Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

Hogging
(kN. m) A B c D E 126 126 19 -

s11&ping
(kN.m)

(kN) 124 77

(kN) 81 44

65 86 114 -

22

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL Axial Force z&EzfTz (kN) 82 13 1 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 9 2 17

99

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TABLE 72 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 9.0m : 6.0m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:All
I
I

90m

:
Bending Moment (Hogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation

(klv m) -

(kN 132 87 -

(kW a2 50

A B C D E 171 171 33 -

113 99 127

34

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

.a

Section Desigwtion

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force [Comprrnive /kN)

Shear Force lkN (kNl

DL A LL WL

91 13 6

7 2 3

100

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TABLE 73 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 9.0 m
E

: 12.0 m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AB :


Bending Moment A Compressive Force Shear Force (klv/ 142 76 44 . 8

1
(klvl 199 143 162 212 128 -

Ho&$%
(kN.m)

sagging
W.m)

A B C D E

227 227 51 5

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) DL A LL WL _ Axial Force b Tensile Cbmpressive (kW (kY 123 26 2 Shear Force

iW
15 4 34

101

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TABLE 74 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section De&nation

9.0 m

: 12.0m :
6Sm

: 1:3,1:4,1x5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment lHogging (kh! m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kN. m) 241 181 235

lkW 209 149

fklvl 144

A B c D E

319 319 80 -

90 66

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designarion Forces Due to Bending
Moment %G&z?7a

Axial Force

Shear Force

(kN m) DL A LL WL -

IkW 133 26 12

(W
-

W)
10 3 46

102

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TABLE 75 DESIGN FORCES

SDUl

12.0 m

Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Suppbrt condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
I

: 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

4.4
I

12.0m

Hogging
(kN. m) 205 205 9

Sagging (kN.m)

(kN) 185 111

FN) 120 63 19

A n c D E

48 140 190

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL -

Axial Force A ) Tensile Compressive (kN) (kN) 122 18 8

Shear Force (kN) 22 5 15

103

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TABLE 76 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m : 6.0m : 6Sm : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment IHoggil2g (kN.m) A B C D E _ 247 247 22 A
B

Section Designation

Compressive Force

Shear Force

(kN.m) 95 160 216

(kN) 19.7 119 -

(kN) 122 66 29

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Des&nation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL Axial Force Tmrile Compressive (kN) 135 18 2 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 16 3 21

104

sP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 77 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Suppoit condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation f A B C D E

: 12.0m : :
6.0m 9.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AU :
Bending Moment * Hogging (kN. RI) -388 388 38 218 248 307 Sagging (kN.m)

12.Om

Compressive Force 7

Shear Force

(kN)
252 164

(kN) 144 91 55

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) Axial Force n 1 Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN) 186 18 12 Shear Force (kN) 11 2 40

DL A LL WL

105

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 78 DESIGNFORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0 m
0

E 0
C e C e

: 12.0 m :
5.0m t !I

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN. m) 133 254 341

c .*I___!
12.Om

Section Designation

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

fkN) 290 176

fkN) -

A B c D E

340 340 41 -

203 108 39

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force I Compressive (kN) 179 35 15

Shea7 Force (kN) (kN) 34 9 30

DL A LL WL

106

!P43(S&T):1987
TABLE 79 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m : 12.0m : 6.5m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hiqqd : All : Bending Moment h 7 c &gging Hogging (kN. m) FN.m) 426 j 426 71 226
291 -

Section Designation

Compressive Force

Shear Force

WV 303
192

WV

A B
c

207
111

D E

386

57

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force A t 1 Compressive TefWile (kN) (kN)


194 -

Shur Force (kN)


25

DL A LL WL

35 4

6 43

107

SP 43 (S & T):1987
TABLE 80 DESIGNFORCES

ban Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wiid/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designution

: 12.0m

: 12.0 m :
9.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment (Hogging Wml A

Compressive Force
(kN) 360

Shear Force

(kn! m)

(kNJ

A B C D E 691 697 128 491 415 511

259 230 153 105

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment v (kN.m) (kNl 249 35 25 (kN) Axial Force Shear Force

WJ
15 4 38

-DL A LL WL

108

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 81 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : :
6.0m 6.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment lHogging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear Force

18.Om

I
(kN.m) (kN) 289 234 51 324 439 192 100 23 (kN)

A B c D E

480 480 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL -

Axial Force A -I Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN) 191 26 14

Shear Force (kNJ 41 8 17

109

SP 43 (S & T):1987
TABLE 82 DESIGNFORCES

: 18.0m Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation (Hogging (kn! m) A B C D E 593 593 5

:
:

6.0m 9.5 m

: 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment

18-O m

1
Force Shear Force

Compressive

(kN. m) 168 440 586

(kW 335 212

(kN 211

113 44

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force I\ ) Compressive Tensile (kNl (kW 234 26 4

Shear Force (klv) 28 5 31

DL A LL WL

_ -

110

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TABLE 83 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 18.0m : 6.Om : 12.5m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment (Hogging (kN.m) A B c D E 193 793 2 334 594 171 *

18-O

m
Force

1
Shear Force

Section Designation

Compressive

(kN. m)

(kN)
401 226 -

(kJJ)

243 138 69

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Des.@ation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) Axial Force h j ( Tensile Compressive (kN) (kN) 301 26 9 _ Shear Force (kN) 21 3 44

DL A LL WL

111

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TABLE 84 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation r

: 18.0m

: 12.Om : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment n

1
1 sagging
(kN.m)

18-O m

1
Shear Force

Compressive

Force

Hw@g
(kN.m)

(kN) 425

(kW _ 302 158 47

A B c D E

131 131 68 226 521 709

367 _

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m)

Axin Force 1. Compressive (kN) Tensile /kN) 28

Shear Force (kNJ

DL A LL WL

_ -

260 52 -

60 16 35

112

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TABLE 85 DE~IGNGORCES

: 18.0m Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation
(

: 12.0m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All. :


Bending Moment
A

1
I

18-O m

1
Shear Force

Compressive Sagging (kh! m)

Force

Hoi&w
(kN.mj

(kN) 493

fkN)

A B 918

339 182
84

319 -

c
D E

978 111

451 745 981

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage :


Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) (kN) Axial Force lCompressive Shear Force

Section Designation

(kN)
_ _ 9

(kN)

DL A LL WL

_ _ -

322 52 _

40

10
63

113

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 86 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0 m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment w (kN.m) -

1
1

18.0 m
-7 Compressive Force

1
Shear Force

(kN. m) -

(kNl
589

(kN) -

A B

1370 1370
135 -

797 1009 1296

411 7

387
224

c
D E

132

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) (kN) 312 52 18 Axial Force I Compressive Shear Force

(kNl
_ -

(kNJ 30 6 89

DL A LL WL

_ _ __

114

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TABLE 87 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height

: 24.0 m

: :

6.0m 9.5 m 1:s

Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: 1:3,14, : Hinged : All

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

*
Bending Moment

24.Om
Compressive
I

I
Force Shear Force

Section Designation
I

Hogging (kN m) 1 095 1095 -

Sagging (kN.m) _ 791 1069

(kN) 522 339 _

ikN) _ _ 334 176 37

A B C D E

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage

:
Bending Moment (kN. m) fkN) 365 35 Axial Force VCompressive Shear Force

Section Designation

Forces Due to

lkN)
_ _ 17

(kN) 67 10 27

DL A LL WL

_ _

115

SP43 (S&T):1987
TABLE 88 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 24.0 m

6.0m

: 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All

!
Bending Moment rHogging (kN. m) (kN.m) 146 1002 1335

21.Om
Compressive Force

!
Shear Force (klvl 593 381 (kN) 363 195 * 60

Section Des&nation

A B c D E

1288 1288 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN. m) -

Axial Force I Compressive (kN1 429 35 -

Shear Force (kN) 6 (klvl 51 I 42

DL A LL WL

116

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TABLE 89 DESIGN FORCES E

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation
I

: 24.Om
B

: 12.0m :
9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN. m) _
)

24.Om
Compressive Force Shear Force

(klvl
708 448 _
_

A B

485
256 73

1571 1571
32 _

329
1181 1588

C
D E

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) Axial Force (Compressive Shear Force

(klvl
460 70 -

@NJ
_ 33

WI
90 19 54

DL <. A LL WL

_ -

117

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TABLE 90 DESIGN FORCES

e
Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 24.0m : 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


P

24-om
Compressive Sagging (kN.m) Force

l-

I
Shear Force

Bending Moment

Hogging (kN.m)

(kW (kN) _ 563 302

A B c D E

_ 2024 2024 _ -

600 1662 2185

846 560 .

115

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment I Compressive (kN.m) Axial Force Shear Force (kN) (kN)

(kN)
583 70
-

DL
A

_ 13

71 13 82

LL
WL

118

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TABLE 91 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation t

: 30.0m : 6.0m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment n Compressive Forct Shear Force
30.0 m

Hogging
(kn! m) 2153 2153 -

&x&7

)
(kN) 165 5% (kN) 482 248 30

(kN.m) 1194 1637

A B c D E

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) DL A LL WL Axial Force A Compressive (kN) 530 44 21 Tensile (kN) Shear Force (kN) 130 17 22

119

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TABLE 92 DESIGN FORCES

t
Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation r Hogging (kN.m) _ 2341 2347 _ _

: 30.0 m : 6.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A. Sagging (kN. m) Compressive > (kN) (kN) Force _

B-E m z A 0 J 30.0m A

Shear

Force

A B C D E

1676 2212

918
606 _ _

_
563 297 53

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL _ Axial Force A Tensile (kN) 19 Shear Force (kN)

C Compressive (kW 663 44 _

111
12 36

120

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TABLE 93 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame Column spacing height

: 30.0 m : 12.0 m : 9.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment n Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.m) 1847 2506 Compressive j Force Shear Force I
I

Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

Wind/seismic

30.0 m

I
I

Design Ultimate

Section Designation

(kN)
1050 873 _ _

lkN)

____ A B C D E _ 3070 3070 _ _

_ 707 365 64

Foundation

Isorces at Service Load Stage

: ___--Bending Moment (kN.m) (kN) Axial Force -----xz Compressive (kN) (kN) Shear Force

Sectiotl Des&ration

Forces Due to

DL A I.[. WI,

_ _.. _

694 87 _~

54

182 32 44

11

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TABLE 94 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation
c

: 30.0 m : 12.0m : 12.5,m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Hogging (kN. m) _ 3264 3264 Sagging (kN. m) Compressive Force Shear .Force

3tSOm

(kN) (kN)

A B C D E

_ _ 163 2475 3324

1207
796 _ -

_. 795 420

101

..
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :
---Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment fkN m) _ _ (kN) Axibl Force I Compressive (kN) _ _ ikN) Shear Force

DL A LL WL

832 87 -

146 23 74

122

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TABLE 95 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: : :

9.0m 6.0m 5.0m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Compressive

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

I
Force Shear Force

Section Designation

Hogging (kN. m)

Sagging (kN.m)

/kN/ 113 70 _ _ 213 242

lkN) 71 35 20 55 92 _ -

105 105 5 3 168 _ _

_ 40 75 85 49 _ _

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

: -.
Rending Moment (kN. m) Axial Force r CompresSive Shear Force (kN) . lkNl 8 2 14

Section Designation

_ DL A LL WL -

lkN1 71 li2 -

-._
DL I LL WI, 145 29 6 _

_ 13

123

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TABLI: 96 DLSIGN FORCES
E E F GG F D C

Span I,rame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

9.0m B

: 6.0m :
6.5 m 15

H I-t

B E $1

: 1:3.1:4. : Hinged

Wind/seismic

I
I I 9.0m I 9.0m

: :

AU

;--I

Design Ultimate

/
Shear Force

Section Designation Hoggitlg (kN. m)

Bendirrg Moment

Compressive

Force

(kN)

(kN) _ 70 41 26 58 95 _ _

130 130 12 _ 11 194 121 _ _ _ 12 82 90 59 8

119 15 _ _ _ _ _ 136 254

.
f:oundation Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN.rn) (kN) 85 11 5 Axial Force lCompressive (kN) _ 5 1 11 (kNJ Shear Force

Section Designation

DL A LL WL

_ _ _

DL I LL WL

_ _ -

157 30 5

_ -

_ 17

124

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TABLE 97 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wmd/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

9.0m

: 12.0m :
5.0m

: 1:3,1:4, I:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment

I r

Mm

I 8

SOm

Compressive Force
W) 178

Siear Force
lkW

Hogging (kn! m)

sasging (kh?m)

186 186 19 .4 11 298 150 90 138 153 91 21

118

122 62 40 98 164

211 408

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL A&l Fc~ce r w 113 23 1 (AN) shear Force 0 12 3 26

DL I LL WL

231 59 11 28

125

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TABLE 98 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

9.0m

: 12.0m :
6.0m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment
(Hogging (kh? m)

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kn! m)

lkW

(klv/

A B

185 129 154 150 162 111 43 _ 218 424

_ 121 14 51 103 168 -

240 240 34
-

c
D E F

28 345 243 _

G
H

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation ForcesDue to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL (kW 122 22 Axial Force ( Compressive lkW lkW 8 2 35 Shear Force

10

DL I LL WL

245 60 8

35

126

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TABLE 99 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m
y;: ;;I

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged I I
Bending Moment
12.0m

12.Om

I
Shear Force

Compressive Force (kN) 174 109

sa@ing
(kN.m) _ 20 127 152 84 208 353 (kN) 109 53 21 76 133 A B c D E F G H I 192 192 313 80 _

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) -____ DL A LL WL DL I LL WI, _ 38 Axial Force (Tensile Compressive (kN) 117 16 Sheqr Force (kN) 4 _ _ (kN) 20 4 13 15

215 38 9

127

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TABLE 100 DESIGNFORCES

span
Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wmd/seianiczones

: 12.0m

: :

6.0m 6Sm

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All


:

DesignUltimate Forces
Section D&gnation

BendingMoment m W.m)

Compressive

Force

Shear Force

(kN.m)

(kN1 183

(kN)

210 210 1

54 143 165 94

111

108 53 25 81 138

332 127 213 372

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces be to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL Axial Force A 1 r Compressive Tensile (kNl (knrl 127 16 1 Shear Force (kNl 14 3 17

DL I LL WL

231 39 8

18

128

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TABLE 101 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m

: :

6.0m 9.5m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force.

f&W

(kn! m)

saaping
(kN.m)

>
lkN) 229 139 121 71 47 103 168 277 467 fkN)

281 281 138 199 214 132 -

16 465 255

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL Axial Force A > t Tensile Compressive /kN) (kN) 174 15 9 Shear Force /kN) 8 2 16 25

DL I LL WL

308 40

129

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TABLE 102 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m : 12.0m :
5.0m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AU :
A

I
I

I
Bending Moment

12.0m

12.Om

!-I
A

I
Shear Force

-_
Section Designation

Compressive Force

(Hogging-x (kN.m) A B C D E F G H I 6 541 160 _ 315 315 13

(kN.m) _ 73 229 265 141 14 -

(kN) 261 172 _ -

(kN) 183 81 38 132 228 -

320 580.

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL Axial Force * Compressive Tensile , (kN) (kN) 169 32 332 76 18 8 Shear Force (kN) 30 8 26 29

130

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TABLE 103 DESIGN FORCES
E E

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation r

: 12.0 m : 12.0m :
6Sm e

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AII :


Bending Moment /X Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

1
(kN) 214 177 /kN) -

356 356

139 255 288 168 ~ _ 9

._ 329 603

181 89 52 141 236 -

24 10 572 255 -

.
Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :
Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL (kW Axial Force wCompressive lkN) lkN) 25 5 Shear Force

180
31 -

1
-

35

DL I LL WL

_ -

352 78 16

36

131

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TABLE 104 DESIGN FORCES
I

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces

: 12.0m

: 12.0m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1zs : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment fi
worn

section Designation
t Hoggihg
(kN. m)

Compressive

Force

A sasgins
Wm)

Shear Force

7
(kN) 320 W)

511 511 42 52 765 512 311 326 349 234 43

218 192 120 83 166 271 399 706

Foundation Forces at service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment Wm) DL A LL WL Ax&l Force n I Compressive Tensile ikh!) (kN) 228 30 19 Shear Force P) 12 3 51

DL I LL WL

438 80 9 40

132

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TABLE 105 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m

: :

6.0m 6.5 m a

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment rHogging (kN.m) Compressive Force
1bOm 18.0m

El ! A7

Shear Force

(kN.m) -

(kN) 214 178

(kN) 176 84 28 119 211 \-

A B c D E F
G

443 443

1 296 354 191

346 558

142 141

H I

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section DesigMtion Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL _ _ Axial Force z&zP-xz (kN) 183 24 Shear Force (kN) 8 (kN) 38 I 17 19

340 56 14

133

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TABLE 106 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation (

: 18.0m : :
6.0m 9Sm

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All


: I 18Om I 18.Om

I
Shear Force

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

(kN. m) 498 498 819 294 -

(kNm) _ 90 388 431 233 _

(kN) 309

(kN) -

194 _ 398 643

185 88 45 143 242 _

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment I (kN.m) DL A LL WL (kN) 225 23 (kN) Axial Force Shear Force

(kNl
23 4

25

DL I LL WL

_ _ -

409 58 12

_ -

_ 16

134

SP 43 (S &T): 1987
TABLE 107 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones
Design Ultimate Forces

: 18.0m :
6.0m

: 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4, I:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment
A i

Section Designation Hogging (kN. m) 600 600 1 1117 452 -

Compressive Force
1

Shear Force

sagging (kN.m) 208 502 539 295

(kNl 369 230

(kN) 205 109

A B c D E F G H I

491 772

69 174 285 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL _ Axial Force h Compressive Tensile (kN/ (kN) 278 22 8 _ Shear Force

(kNl
16 2 34

DL I LL WL

_ -

514 60 9

_ -

_ 34

135

943

(S&T):1987
108 DESIGN FORCES

TABLE

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones

: 18.0m : 12.0m ; Alr : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


I 1bOm

;ji

Design Ultimate Forces


Section Des@ation

:
Bending Moment

I I
Compressive Force

1bOm

I
Shear Force

A
Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN. m) -

(kN) -___ 396

fkNl
-

A B

681 681 22
-

_ 112 419 565 310 36 -

256 _ -

275 131 57 190

C
D E F

13 1179 282 -

G
H

472 851

334 _ _

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Des&bon Forces Oue to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL _ _ Axial Force A Compressive lkNl 241 48 _ Tensile /k/v/ _ _ 16 Shear Force (kNl 55 14 33

DL I LL WL

483 113 28

_ _ _

_ _ 39

136

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TABLE 109 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame Column Roof spacing height

slopes condition zones Forces Bending Moment Compressive Sagging (kN. m) Force All
I 1lQm I lO.Om

Support

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

I I
Shear Force

--Section Designation

( Hogging
(kN. m) A B c D E F G H I _ 7 1399 548 _

A (kNJ 445 293 _ 513 992 fkNl _ _ 293 141 II 234 390 -

812 812 9

216 641 651 395 _ _

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN. m) (kNJ 298 46 Axial Force P% Shear Force lkNl 33 I 2 51

Section Designation

( Compressive _ _.-_ DL A LL WL -

Tensile (kN) -

______.
DL I LL WL _ _ 592 118 23 _ -

~_______.___
53

137

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TABLE 110 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
ZZGZZ5e~nation

: 18.0m : 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AII :


Bending Moment ~g.sogging (kN. m) A B _____ Compressive Force Shear -_ Force
I

18 om

IlOm

(kN. m)
-

(kN) 522 3.53 _ _ _

(kN) 322 178 118 281 457 _ -

1026 1026
-

511 829 877 512 _ _ _

C
D

E
F

_ 56 1810 909 -

_ 715 1177

G
H

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL . _ Axial Force A Compressive (kN) 375 44 17 Tensile (kN) __ Shear Force IkN) 22 4 68

DL
I

741 121 15

_ _

67

LL
WL

138

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TABLE 111 DESIGN FORCES
E E F GG F 0 C

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 24.0m : :
6.0m
B C

a :1 E : I .I
I IL.Om

9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : AU :

PI

,
Compressive Force

IL.Orn

1
Shear Force

!*

Bending Moment

A B

Hogging /kN. m)

Sagging

/kN) 494 326 669 993 -

(kN. m)
_

\
-

(kNJ 304
145 54 213 371

1021 1021
_ _ 1157 294 -

720 848 439 _ -

C
D E F G H I

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WI. _ Axial Force n Compressive IkN) 341 32 Tensile (kN) 9

-.I

Shear Force lkN) 61 8 25

DL I LL WL

638 76 18

_ -

28

139

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 112 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation
C

: 24.0 m : 6.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A
Hogging %aiw

Compressive
>

Force

Shear

~Force

(kN. m)

(kN.m)

(kNl 550 349 _ _ 781 1119

(kN) _ 319 150 77 246 415 _

1085 1085 _ _ 2014 475 -

_
40 886 999 506 _ -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) Axial Force n Compressive (kN) 403 31 Tensile (kN) 2 __> Shear Force (kN) 43 5 33 .

DL A LL WL

DL I LL WL

742 78 16

_ -

35

140

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TABLE - 113 DESIGN FORCES E
F GG F 0 C

Span 1:rame spacing Column height

: 24.0 m : 12.0m :
9.5 m 5T *
C B

a E

Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: 1:3.1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

I
Bendirlg Momerlt

2L.Orn

2LJJm

Section Designation
c

Shear Saggblg (k.1. m)

Force

Hogging (k&V. m)

fk.\, (kNl _ 438 209 82 312 541 . _ -

_
1470 1470 2574 587 -

_
_ 130 1069 1246 664 _ _

662 435 _ _ _ 852 1399

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN. m) (kN) 435 64 _ Axial Force (Compressive (kNJ _ 18 (W 81 16 49 Sheor Force

--__

Section Designation

DL A LL WL

DL I LL WL

_ _ _

839 152 36

_ 56

141

SP 43 (S &T): 1987
TABLE 114 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation r

: 24.0m
G

: 12.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A Hogging (kN. m) _ Sagging Compressive Force Shear Force

,
(kN. m)
-

(kN)
111

(kN)

A B

1676 1676
_

339 1441 1587 825 _

510 _

487 231 129 389 650 -

c
D E F

_ 1068 1678

G
H

3171 954 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL IkN) 540 61 Axial Force (compressive (kN) _ (kN) 58 Shear Force

10 3 67
70

DL I LL WL

_ -

1054 157 30

_ -

SP 43 (S & T): 1987


TABLE 115 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation I

: 9.0m : 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


I

9.0m

SOm

9.0m

I ,

Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kNm)

Compressive Force > (kN) 116 69 32 76 89 50 200 229 46 61 c I-

Shear Force

(kN) 13 35 18 53 90 _ 90 48 16

A B C D E F G H I J K L 161 3 154 9 100 100 2

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL _ Axial Force ccompressivehensi;a (kN) 78 12 __ _ 12 Shear Force (kW 2 (knl! 9 8 11

--_-138 27 11 1

143

SP43(S&T):1987
TABLE 116 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

9.0 m
B

: 6.0m : 6.5m : 1:3,1:4, : Hinged : All :


I:5

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

Section Designation
C

Bending Moment * Hogging (kN. m} Sagging (kN. m}

Compressive

Force

Shear

Force

)
(kN) (kN)

A B c D E F G H I J K L

116 116 5 _ 10 175 101 182 4 _

56 84 96 58

112 73 _ _

_
72 39 23 55 93

_
-

115 238

_
93

54 62

_
_ -

52 22

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN.m) (kN) 86 12 1 Axial Force A Compressive Tensile Shear Force (kN) 6 1 14

Section Designation

(kN)
-

DL A LL WL

DL I LL WL

148 28 11 -

14

144

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TABLE 117 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation c

: 9.0m : 12.0m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

1
1

9.0m

9.0m 1

9.0 m

(kN)
182 115

(kN) _ 126

A B c D E F G H I

174 174 13 4 12 272

_ 75 140 161 89 21

61 37 94

159 _ 159
85 32

134

199 383 1( -

288
7 -

21
86

J
K L

109

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to . Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL Axial Force Ir Compressive Tensile (kN) 4 Shear Force (kNl 13 4 22

(kNJ
115 24

DL I LL WL

216 55 23

1
24

145

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TABLE 118 DESIGN FORCES
E L

Span
Frame

: 9.0m
spacing

: 12.0 m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4, 1:s : Hinged


:All * I

Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

:
Bending Moment Compressive Sagging (kN.m) Force Shear Force

*
Hogging (kN. m)

1
(kN) 189 (kNJ

A B c D E F G H I J K L

210 210 19

123 154 173 106 17

122 -

125 69 46 98 163

26 310 204

328 12 3 18 102 110

163 93 43

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment Wm) DL A LL WL Axial Force Shear Force (kW 9 2 29

A
Compressive (kN1 124 23 3 Tensile (kN) -

DL I LL WL

131 55

22

29

146

SP 43 (S &I?&1987
TABLE 119 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0 m : 6.0m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4, 1:s : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment rHogging&X (kN. m) A B c D E F G H 197 197 288 12 287 (kN.m) _ 12 124 155 87 _ 298 338 Compressive Force Shear Force I
120m ! lI.OWl I lZ.Orn I

(kN) 178 110 -

(kN) 112 55 20 73 129 _ 129 66 15

ai
199

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL Axial Force Shear Force (kN) (kN) 22 5 4 11

Compressive(kN) 119 16 207 36 16 -

DL I LL WL

14

147

SP 43 (S &T):1987
TABLE 120 DESIGN I:ORCES

Span brame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: 12.0 I

L!$4,1:5

y;.i

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

I 1

1?.0m

I /

lI.Om

11om

Section Designation ( Hogging (kN.m)

Bending Moment A Sagging (kN.m)

Compressive

Force

Shear

Force

I
(kN! 186 110 _ 175 353 _ _* (kNj _ 111 54 24 18 135 135 71 21

A B c D E F G H I J K L

_
206 206 _ _ 304 115

_
40 142 171 96 -

316 _

_
89 123

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage

:
Bending Moment (kN.mJ Axial Force A Compressive Tensile Shear Force

Section Designation

Forces Due to

)
(kN) 15 3

ikN)
129 16 _

(kNJ
3

DL A LL WL

_ _

14

DL I LL WL

_ -

222 36 15

16

148

SP 43 (S &T): 1987
TABLE 121 DESIGN FORCES
E L E

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation c

li.0 m e

: 6.0m : 9.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :

12 om

12.0m

12 Om

Bending Moment n Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN.m)

Compressive

Force

Shear

Force

(kN)
234 136 205 438 * _ _

(kN)
125 69 38 99 163 _ _ 163 991 35

A B c D E F G H I J K L

_
259 259 _. I 415 206

_
102 202 228 135 _

423 -

_ 118 143

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL _ Axial t;orce A Tensile Compressive (kN) 176 15 4 Shear Force

(kN)
_ -

(kN)
9 2 21

DL I LL WL

293 31 14

_ _ _

21

149

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TABLE 122 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 12.0m : 12.0m : 5.0m : 1:3,1:4, I:5 : Hinged


:All
I 12om I 12.0m I 12.0m I

:
Bending Moment Compressive Force Shear Force

sagging
(kN.m)
A B c D E F G H I J K L

(kN) 213

(kNJ 187

319 319 10

60 225 273 149 15

173

160

92 41 126 222 222 114 30

_
6 496 165

494 6

15 142 204

551 * -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL _ _ Axial Force A Compressive (kNJ 173 32 Tensile (kN) _ Shear Force

(kI4
33 8 22

10

DL I LL WL

318 72

1 28

31

150

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TABLE 123 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation
5

: 12.0m : 12.0 m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:All
I I lI.OlM I I II.OIlU I 1IOrn !

:
Bending Moment Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(kNJ 281

(kN) 186 90 49 134 230 230 122

A B C D E F G H I J K L

342 342 12

113 255 300

175 293

11 520 130

168 11

541 6

12 159 210 z

569 -

42

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

sectlon Designation

Forces Due to

Bending Moment (kN.m)

Axial Force YCompressive (kN) 183 32 Tensile (kN/ 6

Shear Force (kNJ 22 .6 29

DL A LL WL DL I LL WL

_ _ _

_ _

336 73 30

2 1 32

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TABLE 124 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

12.0 m 12.0 m 12.5 m 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 Hinged All

Bending Moment

Co,mpressive Sagging (kN.m) IkN)

Force

Shear

Force

( HOggw
(kN.m) A B C D E F G H I J K L 109

(kN)

_
445 445 8

240 335 314 230

319 209 -

199 114 66 158 263 _

41 680 420

323 651 _ 4 -

_
263 150 61

25 -

212 232

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces
D&e to

Bending Moment (kN. m)

Axial Force A Compressive /klvl 232 31 8 Tensile (kNl _ -

Shear Force (kN) 13 3 42

DL A LL WL

_ _ _

DL I LL WL

413 74 29

1 41

152

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TABLE 125 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designationi

: 18.0m : 6.0m : 6.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment Hogging (kN.m) A B c D E F G H I J K L Sagging (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force
L E

10.0 m

Il.0 m

la.om

fkN) 280 225

lkN)

469 469 680 164 671

286 359 201 184 279 *

443 535 -

180 89 27 113 205

205 104 20

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL Axial Force, A Tensile Compressive (kN) (kN) 187 25 329 54 23 9 Shear Force /kN) 42 8 14 20

DL Z LL WL

153

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TABLE 126 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0 m

: 6.0m : 9.5m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:AU
I 180m ! l&Om

I I

l&O m

:
Bending Moment lHoaging (kN.m) (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(k& 316 195 -

WJ

A B c D E F G H I J K L

495 495

58 387

191 92
39

198

451 245

306

137 235 -

244 809

218 311

608

255 122 33

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL Axial Force A b Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN) 224 24 5 Shear Force (kW 26 4 21 2 1 25

390 55 23

154

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TABLE 127 DESIGN FORCES

Sean Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 18.0m : 6.0m : 12.5 m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:AU

:
Bending Moment I\ t , Hokping Sagging (kN.m) (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

(klvl 377 228 469 722 -

(kN)

564 564 999 380 144 512 577 316 , -

212 108 56 166 277 277 147 49

1010

_ 264

360

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces he to Bending Moment (kNm) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL Axial Force (Compressive (kN) 283 23 2 487 55 22 Shear Force (kN) (kN) 18 3 27 2 1 28

155

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TABLE 128 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

: 18.0m : 12.0 m : 6.5m : 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment %@_ (kN. m) A B c D E F G H Z J K L Compressive Force Shear Force

10.0 m

18.0 m

lB.Om

.h

(kN.m)

(kN) 406

(kN)

_
708 708 24

90 465 575

348 _ 434 813

282 138 56 180 324 _ 324 164 36

14 1079 320 1063 13

319 36

35 303 444

+ -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL _ Axial Force Shear Force /kN) 60 15 29

A
Compressive /kN) 252 49 _ Tensile /kN) 18

>

DL Z LL WL

466 108 47

1
40

156

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TABLE 129 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

: 18.0 m : 12.0 m
: 9.5 m

: 1:3,1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment * Hogging (kN. m) Sasging (kN.m) _ 217 649 752 4 1288 492 1329 _ _ 404 _ _ , 372 511 484 932 Compressive > (kN) (kNJ _ 303 146 70 222 379 _ 379 198 64 Force Shear Force
I I8OtIQ I

Wind/seismic

lI.Orn

II.Om

Design Ultimate

Section Designation

A B c D E F G H I J K I.

_ 786 786 _

456
291

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces

:
Bending Momeit (kN. m) Axial Force A 7 Compressive Tensile (kN) 304 47 (kN) -_ _ 9 Shear Force (kN) 36 8 42

Section Designation

Due to

DL A LL WL

DL I LL WL

_ _

562 110 46

3 1 47

157

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TABLE 130 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height

: 18.0m : 12.0 m : 12.5 m : 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment xging (kN. m) A B c D E F G H I J K L _ 929 929 29 1611 754 _ 1661 3 Compressive Force Shear Force
I 18.0 m I 18.0m

Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

Wind/seismic

I 4

18.0 m

Design Ultimate

Section Designation

(kN.m) 386 851 945 528 461 577

lkNl 536 346 _ _

(kN) _ 334 114 95 261 443 443 240 92

_
_ 553 1094. _ * -

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN. m) Axial Force A Compressive lkNl 383 46 4 Tensile /kN) Shear Force

Section Designation

IkN)
25 5 56

DL A LL WL

_ _ _

DL I LL WL

_ -

696 111 44

_ _

4 1 56

158

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TABLE 131 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition zones Forces

9.0 m 6.0 m 5.0m 1:3, 1:4, 15 Hinged All

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

Section Designation (kN. m) A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P 1 150 -

Bending Moment

Compressive

Force

Shear

Force

(kN.m)

(kN) 116

(k-w)

_
99 99 _

26 14 87 49

69

_
13 35 18 52 90 _ 90 48 16 46 81 -

__ _
153 63 161 1

_ 44 63 47

_ 180 231

s _

186 215

boundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN.m) Axial Force A Compressive Tensile ) (kN) 79 12 Shear Force

Section Designation

(kN)
2

(kN)
9 2 10 11 10

DL A LL WL __-__ DL I LL WL DL P LL WI. ____

139 28 11

_ _ -

132 26 18

159

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TABLE 132 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces
Section Designation

9.0 m

: 6.0m : 6.5m : 1:3. I :4, I:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) Sagging (kN.tn) Compressive Force Shear Force
1 9,Om ] , 9.Om . 1 9.Om 9.Om

)
(kN) 122 (kNl

A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P

109 109 1 I 163 90 180 2

41 83 94 56 -

71

12 38 22 55 93 _ 93

51
65 54 _

115 241

51
22 50 84 -

2 168 84

_ -

179 222

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :

Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WI, DL I LL WL _ _ (kN) 86 12 150 26 Axial Force Compressive (kN) _ (kNl 6 Shear Force

1 13
12

10 141
26 18

DL
P LL WL

_
-

12

160

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TABLE 133 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate-Forces
Section Designation *

: 9.0m : 12.0 m : 5.0m : 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment
A

yJ;-$
I
I

Born

I
I

s.om

I
I

s.om

!
I

s.om

Compressive Sagging (kN.m)

Force

Shear

Force

Hogging (kN. m) A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P 287 7 3 7 270

WV
182

WV
126 61 36 94 159 159 84 32 82 142 -

_
169 169 9
4 8 270 7

64 i3i

114 _

159
88 21

355 387 _

_ 21 83 111 85 21 ,

207 357

104 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL DL P LL WI. _ (kN) Axial Force (Compressive Tensile (kNl Shear Force

)
(kNl

116
24 _ 220 56 21 207 51 36 5

14
4 20 _ _ 21 19

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TABLE 134 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame Column Roof spacing height

: 9.0m : 12.Om : 6.5m : 1:3, 1:4, 1x5 : Hinged


1.
:

slopes condition zones Forces

Support

Wind/seismic Design

All

9,Om

1 I

9.0 m

9.Om

I.

9.Om

Ultimate

:
Bending Moment e-soaninn (kN.mJ Compressiw Force Shear Force

Section Designatiorl

(kN.mJ

IkNJ
189 119 199 400 _ -, _ 311 366

WJ
_ 125 67 44 98 164 _ 164 91 43 89 149 -

A B c D E F G H I J K I. M N 0 P

194 194 10 _ 21 288 180 322 8 2 01 305 170 _

103 152 170 102 117 _ _ 18 97 113 99 20

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN.mJ Axial Force (Compressive Tensile Shear Force

Section Designation

WJ
124 23 1 233 56 20 216 51 37

SW
_ _ _

WJ
9 3 26 -

DL A LL WL DL I LL WI DL P LL WI,

_ _-

_ _ _ _

25 _ _ 23

162

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TABLE 135 DESIGN FORCES

Span I;ramc spacing Column height Root slopes Support condition zones I:orces

: 12.0m : 6.0m : S.Om : 1:3,1:4,.1:5 : Hinged


: All

n E *
I 12 Om

0
P I 1 12.0 m

H
I

-ka El 01
6A y

Wind/seismic Iksign

12Om

12.0 m

Uttimatc

:
Bending Moment A Ilogging (kN.m) &xing (kN.m) Compressive Force Shear Force

Section Designation t

1 (kN)
180 (kN)

A R L D I: Is (; II I J K I M IV 0 P _ 273 290 77 119 82 _ _ 2HB 95 -.. 204 204 5 120 153 89

III _

113 56 20

_ _ 273 340 _

71 128 -

128 66

284 324

15 64 118

I%undation

I:orccs at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment (kN. m) Axial Force A I Compressive Tensile (W 120 17 208 36 115 201 34 23 W) _ 6 _ 3 10 Shear Force (W 23 5 10 2

Section Designation

DL A LL WL DL I LL WL DL P LL WL

_ _ _ -

_ -

163

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TABLE 136 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation

: 12.0m : 6.0m
C 0

L F C J II

NN 0

L K J G N

E D C B

: 6.5 m : 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged : All :

8t
A
12.0 m I

In ti I
I 12.0 m P 12.Om I 12.0m I

0-c

Bending Moment A
Hosing

Compressive Force

Shear Force

sagg~g
(kN.m) 30 139 169 96 . 85 126 92 _

1
/kN) 187 110 277 356 --* 274 335

(kN.m) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P 206 206 -

IkN)
112 5.5 24 77 134 134 71 22 68 121 -

302 114 317 294 92 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL DL P LL WL Axi Compressive (kN) 130 16 223 37 14 213 34 23, Force A Tensile Shear Force

(kN)

(kN) 16

._.

3 13 1 14 12

164

TABLE 137 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones
Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation I-

: 12.0m : 6.0m : 9Sm : 1:3, 1:4,1:5 : Hinged


:All

;;:;

12Om

12.Om

12 Om

12.0m

! /

:
Bending Moment /r Hogging (kN. m) _ &zing (kN.m) Compressive 1 (kN) lkN) Force Shear Force

A B

C
D

242 242
-

81 199 225 130 _ _ 112 152 123 -

234 133 _ _ 206 443 _ * 319


409

_
125 67 33 98 164 _ 164 91 37 86 147 _ _

E
F

3 392 183 4?1 -

G
H

I
J

K
L

w N 0
P

384 175
-

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage :


Section Designation Forces Duet0 Bending Moment (kN.m) DL A LL WL DL LL WL DL P LL WL _ _ (kN) 176 15 2 296 38 13 277 34 24 Axial Force * Compressive Tensile /kN) _ _ _ ._ Shear Force

(kN) 9 2

19 1
_ 17 _ 17

165

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TABLE 138 DESIGN t:ORCES

SpaIl t:ramc spacing Column height

: 12.0 m

: 12.0m :
5.0m e *
I 1 12.0 Ul

Roof slopes Support condition zones t:orces

: t :3. 1:4, t :5 : Hinged : At1

I
I I 12.0 m

PA I 12.0 m

2 I 12.0 m ! l-

Wind/seismic

Design Ultimate

Bending Moment C,H (kN.m) A B

Compressive

bi)rce

Shear

Force

,
(kN. m) (kb, 216 (kN)

321 321 11 6 489 22 491 6 6 471

48 218 269 152 15 15 136 203 143 15 -

174

189 93 41 124 220 220 113

c
D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P

496 555

*479 524

30 110 199 -

Foundation

Forces at Service Load Stage Forces Due to

:
Bending Moment Axial Force A > Compressive Tensile (kNJ 174 33 _ 320 13 29 306 68 46 (kNJ 11 _ 26 21 Shear Force (kN) 34 9 21 2

Section Designation

(
(kN. m) DL A LL WL DL I LL WL DL P LL WL _ _ _ -

166

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TABLE 139 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support conditibn Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Designation (

: 12.0m : 12.0 m
C

I.

NW 0

1 K J G H

E F D c e E

: 6.5 m : 1:3, 1:4,1:5


: Hinged

s
A I;1 Il.0 m I 12.0 m P lY.Om I 1EOm i

: All :

Bending Moment A Hogging (kN. m) Sagging (kN.m)

Compressive Force 1 (kN) 282 175 287 574 * 458 535

Shear Force

(kN) 187 91 48 133 229 229 121 42 117 206 -

A B c D E F G H Z J K L M N 0 P

338 338 6 5 520 194 -_ 541 6 5 510 185 -

94

250 296 166 11

11 152 216 160 14

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment (kN.m) DL LL WL DL Z LL WL DL LL WL Axial Force n Compressive Tensile (kN) (kN) 184 32 338 74 29 300 68 47 I _ Shear Force (kN) 23 6 26 1 28 25

167

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TABLE 140 DESIGN FORCES

Span Frame spacing Column height Roof slopes Support condition Wind/seismic zones Design Ultimate Forces Section Des&nation c

: 12.0m

: 12.0m
: 9.5 m

y%T:]

: 1:3, 1:4, 15 : Hinged : All :


Bending Moment A Hogging (kN.m) 409 409 31 636 369 699 14 13 649 354 Wxing (kN.m) 197 330 368 221 200 242 210 T 503 610 Compressive > /kN) 327 203 324 667 __ (kN) Force Shear Force

12 On,

11.0m

Worn

lZ.Om

A B c D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P

199 109 62 146 263 263 148 68 142 240 -

Foundation Forces at Service Load Stage : Section Designation Forces Due to Bending Moment C (kn! m) DL A LL WL DL LL WL DL P LL WL _ (klvl 232 31 4 417 75 26 387 68 49 /kN) _ /kN) 13 3 37 1 35 33 Axial Force Shear Force

168

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TABLE 141 LOCATION OF JOINTS AND LIFTING POINTS DURING TRANSPORTATION AND ERECTION (REFER FIG. 150) (a) For Gable FZames with Rxed Bases

Spcln
(ml
9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18

Sprrdng
(m)
6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6

Column Height (m)


5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 5.0 5.0 5.D 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 *

Slope I IN
3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

a (mm)
1436 1403 1388 1452 1419 1403 1468 1434 1419 1468 1434 1419 1942 1898 1817 1942 1898 1877 1942 1898 1877 1942 1898 1877 1942 1898 1877 1942 1898 1877 2923 2857 2826 2923 2857 2826

b (mm)
1760 1720 1700 1950 1950 1980 2140 2180 2250 2140 2180 2250 2690 2720 2190 2690 2720 2790 2690 2720 2790 2690 2720 2790 2690 2720 2790 2690 2120 2790 4170 4270 4420 4170 4270 4420

Note - Distances a and b are same in single bay and multi-bay frames.

(Contfnued)

169

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TABLE 141 LOCATION OF JOINTS AND LIFTING POINTS DURING TRANSPORTATION AND ERECTION (REFER FIG. 150) - Contd Span Spacing Column Height Slope a (mm) b (mm)

hJ
18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

(mJ
6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12

(ml
12.5 12.5 12.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5

I IN
3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 +

2923 2857 2826 2923 2857 2826 2923 2857 2826 2923 2857 2826 3903 3815 3774 3903 3815 3774 3903 3815 3774 3903 3815 3774 4852 4743 4692 4852 4743 4692 4852 4743 4692 4852 4743 4692

4170 4270 4420 4170 4270 4420 4170 4270 4420 4170 4270 4420 5650 5810 6040 5650 5810 6040 5650 5810 6040 5650 5810 6040 6750 6890 7110 6750 6890 7110 6750 6890 7110 6750 6890 7110

Note - Distances a and b are same in single bay and multi-bay frames.

(Continued)

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TABLE 141 LOCATION OF JOINTS AND LIFTING POINTS DURING TRANSPORTATION AND ERECTION (REFER FIG. 150) - Contd fb) Span fW For Amble Frames with Hinged Bases Spacing (ml Column Height W Slope 1 IN a (mm) b @ml

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18

6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6

5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 *

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5

1436 1403 1388 1436 1403 1388 1436 1403 1388 1436 1403 1388 1926 1883 1862 1926 1883 1862 1926 1883 1862 1926 1883 1862 1926 1883 1862 1926 1883 1862 2815 2810 2180 2875 2810 2780

2430 2510 2740 2430 2570 2740 2430 2570 2740 2430 2570 2740 3010 3130 3290 3010 3130 3290 3340 3560 3810 3340 3560 3810 3340 3560 3810 3340 3560 3810 4280 4430 4620 4450 4640 4880

Note - Distances a and b are same in single bay and multi-bay frames.

(Continued)

171

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TABLE 141 LOCATION OF JOINTS AND LIFTING Span Spacing Column Height POINTS DURING TRANSPORTATION a @ml b (mm)

AND ERECTION (REFER FIG. 150) - Co&. Slope 1 IN

(ml
18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

@,
6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12

(ml
12.5 12.5 12.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5

3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 5 .

2815 2810 2780 2815 2810 2780 2815 2810 2780 2815 2810 2780 3040 3754 3713 3840 3754 3713 3840 3154 3713 3840 3754 3713 4812 4704 4654 4812 4704 4654 4812 4754 4704 4812 4754 4704

4780 5060 5400 4450 4640 4880 4780 5060 5040 5280 5700 6180 5740 5950 6230 5910 6160 6490 5910 6160 6490 6410 6800 7270 6870 7060 7330 7210 7480 7850 7210 7480 7850 7210 7480 7850

Note - Distances u and b are same in single bay and multi-bay frames.

172

TABLE Sl. Rafter Section

142 DETAILS OF TYPE (1) JOINT IN THE RAFTER (REFER FIG. 152) Number of MS Rods in Each Half
mm

MS Plate Size

Diameter of MS Rods
mm

Number of MS Rods in One

Number of Rows

Iv0

(Width mm
200 250 300 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 600 600 600 750 750 750

Row
mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

mm 400 500 600 800 1000 800 900 1000 1200 1500 1100 1200 1500 1100 1300 1500

mm

1 2 3 4 5 6 I 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

200 x 380 x 250 x 420 x

6 8

16 18 18 22 2s 25 28 32 32 36 32 36 42 42 42 42

4 6 9 12 12 12 10 9 12 42 12 12 10 9 12 12

2 3 3 4 4 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 5 3 4 4

2 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3

30 35 40 50 50 50 60 70 IO 15 70 15 80 80 80 80

40 45 45 60 65 65 70 80 80 90 80 90 110 110 110 110

70 80 80 80 80 80 90 100 100 105 100 105 110 110 110 110

50 60 60 60 60 60 70 80 80 85 80 85 90 90 90 90

100 100 100 120 120 120 120 120 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150

300 x 520 x 10 400 x 620 x 12 400 x 640 x 16 500 x 640 x 12 500 x 560 x 14 500 x 780 x 16 500 x 810 x 18 500 x 870 x 25 600 x 810 x 18 600 x 870 x 18 600 x 750 x 25 750 x 970 x 18 150 x 970 x 20 750
X

970

25

TABLE 143 ESTIMATION OF QUANTITIES

e
Frames with Hinged Bases
G * 3 ;; I 3

Bays

Span

Spacing

Column Height

Quantity of Concrete (m3/m2) 6 In Frames In Fkines, etc

Quantity ofSteel

(kg/m)

A
Frames HY~ Purl&, etc.

(m) 12 12 12 12

(m) 6 12 12 12

(m) 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 0.1538 0.0613 0.0665 0.0769 0.0327 0.0688 0.0717 0.07748 13.810 5.039 5.669 7.882 8.883 11.571 15.605 5.556 8.776 10.546 7.958 9.199 4.604 5.313 7.823 8.837 13.132 4.679 5.797 8.319 4.444 5.396 5.625 6.079 3.472 3.694 3.917 5.108 5.412 5.716 2.153 2.273 2.514

18 18 18 18 18 18 4 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 12 12

6 6 6 12 12 12

0.1071 0.1318 0.0710 0.0590 0.0776 0.1045

0.0250 0.0268 0.0240 0.0652 0.0690 0.0729 0.0285 0.0300 0.0741 0.0770 0.0270 0.0281 0.0301 0.0659 0,0681 0.0724

2.022 2.182 2.343

6 6 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12

0.0480 0.0923 0.0513 0.0562 0.0985 0.1069 0.1497 0.0602 0.065 1 0.0878

3.953 4.120 5.810 6.039 3.781 3.906 4.156 5.168 5.339 5.681 2.033 2.123 2.304

2.306 2.426

-d Bases

me:S - Contd F QUANTITIWIMATION OABLE 143 ES T.

Fro

__-

1n1.5wirh Fixe --Quantity 01

~
of Concrete (n Quantity ;ht c In n In Frames Column Hei&& SP Span bYS

f SAeel (kg/m: :c P.S.Steel -2.589 2.818 2.782 3.023 sd Purlins, e\s &

n3/m2)

r HY

Hysd (m) (m)

I __c-

Cm)
30 30 30 30 1

J9
59

i
I 1 3

4.2: 4.6: 6.1! 6.7( 4.61 4.9 6.7, 7.1 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.2 6.6 1.3 3.7 4.c 4.t 5. 5.! 6.4

18.90$0316 21.93:,0350 12.6Ot.784 16.5Oz.0853

0. 0.1406 0. 0.1573 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0703 0.0786 0.0252 0.0445 0.0283 0.0321

9.5
12.5 9.5 12.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0. 6.5 9.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 6.5 9.5 12.5

fj
6 12 12 6 6 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12

$3
JO

18 81 41 99

6 5 5 2

3291.0346 5.05t.0375 2.49i.0859 2.911.0918

92 2.545 2.126 3.083 2.222 2.461 2.701 42 49 .78 I22 i13 55 I88 iO6 195 354 112

7 2 9 8 0 0 !8 !8 7 19 11 19

3.911.0315 4.72~0331 7.13~0381 2.7%0801 3.661.0845 5Jw.0933 8.03.0274 99.5:x0303 11.43.0332 5.w.0701 6.7b.0759 8.%.0817

0 0 c ( (

0.0504 0.0672 0.0672 0.0252 0.2800

12 12 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18

( 0.0336
t ( ( 0.0851 0.0984 0.1118 0.0426 0.0492 0.0559

Continued)

% 8
TABLE 143 ESTIMATION OF QUANTITIES - Confd 8 r@

Frames with Fixed Bases


Bays Span Spacing Column Height IIn Quantity of Concrete (m3/m2) Quantity of Steel (kg/m?)

ti3

.L

( ,

A
Frames Hysd c Hysd Purlins, etc A

)
P.S.Steel

(m)

(ml 9.5 12.5 9.5 12.5 0.1373 0.1529 0.0687 0.0765 0.0273 0.0295 0.0698 0.0742 12.385 16.351 17.880 9.578 3.743 3.993 5.577 5.818 4.198 4.414 6.123 6.429 3.954 4.125 4.458 5.815 6.046 6.507 2.306 2.421 2.664 2.466 2.623 2.226 2.406

24 24 24 24

6 6 12 12

3
2

9
9 9 9

6
6 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12

5.0
6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.6 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5

0.0239
0.0420 0.0269 0.0303 0.0483 0.0533 0.0633 0.0241 0.0266 0.0316 0.0819 0.0937 0.1056 0.0409 0.0469 0.0528

0.0306
0.0326 0.0781 0.0820 0.0286 0.0301 0.0330 0.0742 0.0772 0.0830 0.0250 0.0269 0.0289 0.0652 0.069 1 0.0730

3.265
4.574 2.290 3.176 3.676 4.481 6.292 2.789 2.847 5.148 7.599 9.145 11.528 4.823 6.116 8.163

12 12 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18

3.475 3.698 3.920 5.113 5.418 5.724 2.022 2.182 2.341

(Continued)

TABLE 143 ESTIMATION OF QUANTITIES ? Bays Span Spacing Column Height

- Co&d

Frames with Fixed/Hinged Bases


Quantity of Concrete (m/m) Mv In Frames Quantity of Steel (kg/m)

(
In Purlines, etc Frames Hysd

>
purlins, etc

(ml 4 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 12 12

(ml 6 6 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12

(ml 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 0.0233 0.0408 0.0262 0.0294 0.0472 0.0519 0.0613 0.0236 0.0260 0.0307 0.1007 0.1096 0.0611 0.0688 0.1154 0.1290 0.1868 0.0700 0.0778 0.1088 0.0287 0.0301 0.0742 0.0772 0.0271 0.0282 0.0304 0.0713 0.0735 0.0779 0.0483 0.0541 0.1160 0.1276 0.0398 0.0440 0.0525 0.097 1 0.0105 0.123.1 3.153 4.296 2.431 2.870

3.968 4.134 5.815 6.046 3.788 3.913 4.163 5.583 5.757 6.102 6.315 6.981 9.102 10.019 5.278 5.778 6.674 7.625 8.313 9.681

2.306 2.424

3.490 4.410 6.003 2.701 3.184 3.906 19.611 12.519 6.546 7.056 9.514 11.792 21.375 6.104 7.257 11.236

2.184 2.274 2.455

6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

5.0 6.5 5.0 65 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5

3.954 4.426

6 6 6 12 12 12

3.264 3.625 4.347

(Continued)

d /Fixed Bases :el (kg/m* 1 1s with Hinged, &antity of Stc l+amc

ITIES 7 Conti OF QUANT

ESTIMATIOI

TABLE 143

-@)

steel

Purlins, etc +

c
P.S c Hysd

Frames HY~

j es, etc .

:oncrete (m/n Quantity of C hIn PUrlin:rames

hmn

Height g

cc

Spa&

Span

Bays

In I

(ml

(m) 6 12 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12 6 6 12 12

(m) 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18 24 24 24 24 9 9 9 9 12 12 2 2

:.392 1.573 !.934 ..222 !.463 !.701 2.227 2.406 2.466 2.627 nrinued)

5.028 5.851 6.194 6.878

15.285 5.3194 6.309 8.674

$1 16 39 16

0.03Il621 0.070635 0.0710693 0.080965 0.02:1107 0.03(1373 0.03,1792 0.07!0608 0.07.0807 0.08.1093 0.02.1664 0.02.1968 0.06.0900 0.07.1201 0.03.0858 0.03.0947 0.01.0524 0.08.0576 0.0a.1004 0.03.1094

0. 0.
0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0 0 0

9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 6.5 9.5 12.5

3.750 4.079 4.412 5.488 5.944 6.398 3.740 3.986 5.469 5.809 4.173 4.395 6.114 6.420 3.949 4.111

9.255 12.861 15.912 5.877 7.972 10.264 15.865 18.025 9.646 11.734 8.265 9.086 4.781 5.565 7.769 9.120

13 Dl 30 DO 57 15 72 93 97 4 804 123 80 119 !84 !98

0 0 0 0

9.5 12.5 9.5 12.5

a a
u C

5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5

, , ! , i 5

6
6 li li

C (

t t

(Co

Y_

Ye-

-y

--

--_

d Fixed Bases s with Hinged/


:el Org/mZ) /\ Purlins, etc
1

ITIES - ContN OF QUANT ESTIMATIO:

TABLE 143

Frame
--Cn2) (7 Frames HY~ (m) (m) 6 12 12 12 6 6 6 12 12 12 6 6 12 12 (m) 12 12 12 12 3 IS, etc Ioncrete (m3 /n Quantity of C /L-------d In hWmmes olumn HeW cIn Ig G Spacir Span Bays

juantity of Ste 11. HY~

A
P.S

.Steel

153 ,273 .5 14 2. 2. 2

4.444 5.396 5.625 6.079 3.472 3.694 3.917 2 2 2 5.108 5.412 5.716 3.953

13.810 5.039 5.669 7.882 8.883 11.571 15.605 5.556 8.776 10.546 7.958 9.199 4.604 5.313 7.823 8.831 13.132 4.679 5.797 8.319

,7 ;8 7 48

0.0321538 0.06%613 0.07b665 0.0770769 0.02f1071 0.02tl318 0.021710 0.06t0590 0.06!0776 0.07:1045

0. 0.1 0.1 0.1 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0

9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 6.5 9.5 12.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 9.5 5.0 6.5 9.5

i0 j8 to 52 30 29 85 00 41 70 :70 !81 101 ;59 ;81 124

lb 18 18 18 18 18 9 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 12 12

.022 ~182 !.343 -

0.02.0840
0.03.0923 0.07.0513 0.07.0562 O.Oq.0985 0.04.1069 0.01.1497 O.OkO602 O.OkO651 0.0:).0878

0 0 0 0

t.306 1.426

, 4

4.120 5.810 6.039 3.781 3.906 4.156 5.168 5.339 5.681

, i 5 5 2
2 2

a
C C C

c t f
1: 1: 1

2.033 2.123 2.034

( ( --

--

---

--

sP43(S&T):1987 General Notes for Figures 1 to 15.6 1. Notation a) 4-16 101 indicates four 16 mm diameter. HSD bars, type 01; b) 26-6 $03-250 indicates twenty six 6 mm diameter, MS bars, type 03 at spacing 250 mm centre-to-centre; c) $_ indicates centre line; and d) Cp indicates diameter. 2. 3 All dimensions are in mm. Maximum size of aggregates shall be : a) 12 mm for structures thickness less than 150 mm like purlins and cladding runners, and b) 20 mm for other members. 4. Clear cover to reinforcement to IS : 456-1978 shall be according 9. 8. 6. Reinforcement details are symmetrical about the centre line of portals. Bars shall be suitably joggled at the junction of column and beam and at crown of portal to avoid clashing of bars with each other. The column height specified includes 0.5 m length of column which is assumed below ground level. However, if firm strata is not available at this depth, then a pedastal can be designed and constructed as indicated in 6.5.4. For other details, refer to IS:4561978 for RCC members and IS : 1343-1980 for Frestressed concrete members.

7.

10. If exact size of bars is not available, they may be suitably replaced keeping the total area of reinforcement same. 11. Where extra width of column is available, the maximum spacing of corner column bars may be restricted to 75 mm (as shown in given figure below) so as to reduce the number of ties.

5.

Anchorage length, lap length, splicing, spacer bars, etc, shall be provided according to IS:456 1978.

7-32 # BARS

..

180

-----Z-16103

--~

1.16102

--17-

8107.

$ECTlON-BB

I - 16w1

Z-16*03

l-169021

)3-164FOl

3-16*01

12%8*06-200 SECTION-AA

t A

TOP OF FWNDATION 6600

DRAWING

No.1

(REFER

TABLE

I )

No. OF BAYS
SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT coNolTlo(I FOR AU WIN0 AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE ; :*,z : i.Gm : FIXED

:un
: Fo MI .. . -

1inS

1 51641

1636

660

1099

Z- 16+04 1-16M3

tFk

SECTIDN-AA

DRAWING

No.

(REFER

TABLE

2)

No. AN0 SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE tit Ii2 R PRINCIPAL ;;Rf;s 1 in 3 lin 4 6680 6695 6705 6320 6305 6295 1417 1063 850 5 S S RAFTER 2. SPACING llS1 1124 1111 . 3. FOR FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE FORCES :2 NEAREST PURLIN LUG (K) REFER TO ANALYSIS DISTANCE FROM THE NOTE: 1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN mm

No. OF- BAYS


SPAN SPACING COLUMN SUPPORT HEIGHT CONDITION

: : : :

ONE 9.0m 6.0m 6.5m FIXED

a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE: 100

1 in 5

: 300

~ FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

1
: M 25 : Fe 415

-350

,246fOL

~,W6-360

2-16@03 2-168021

2-12*07 IL-m01

c
I
44-16~01

21-6806-250
-----h-6: SECTION-AA D6- 250

4
A
lin lin 1

TOP W FOUNDATION 6bOO

(REFER
No. SLOPE Ii1 ii2 R

IABLE 3)

0:

AN0 SPACING PURLINS RAFTER

NOTE 1. ALL 2. FOR

:
DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE b. RI DCE ARE H mm REFER TO FORCES :3 NEAREST PURLIN LUG(Q)

No. OF BAYS
SPAN SPAC INO COLUMN HEIOHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

PRINCIPAL p2$:Ns

:ONi! : S.Om : 12.0 m :LEm

SPACING 1lSD 1lQt \ 1 1105 I

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM

: FIXED

3 C

5217 5234 I5246I4754I

b734 4766

1400 1050 6401

5 5 5

THE a.EXTERNAL

COLUMN

FACE:100 :36a

: N 2S

tin5

Fa LIS

SECTION-

BQ

2-2vM 2-201021 2-12107

2-12,07

SECTION-AA

TOP OF FOUNDATION 8600

_II 600 1

DRAWING
MO.

No.

(REFER

TABLE

I)

No. AN0 SPACING OF PURLINS

NOTE 1. 2. ALL FOR

:
DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF ARE IN mm REFER TO FORCES

PRINCIPAL

RAFTER SPACNG 1150 1122 1109 _

No. OF
PURLINS 6284 1400 5

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM THE

:4
NEAREST PURLIN LUG($) COLUMN FACE:100

THE

6266
6254

1050
640

5
5

(1. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

: 360

OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CON(JlTlON FOR ALL WIND AN0 SEISMIC ZONES 1 MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 9.Om : 12.Om : 6.5m : FIXED

: M 25 ; Fe 415

t
2-16403( 12-12607

L-1690(

t
TOP DF FOUNDATION 11100 -

DRAWING
No. AI UO SPACING OF PURL11 SLOPE II, H2 R ~~ 5217 , 1 11.m_, ! _.._ 4764 x.__ i75L 1900 ,,,_._ } 1140 ! i 1 PRINCI IPAL RAFTER F P%iiLqNs 6 6 6 j 1 2. SPACING 1246 1219 1205 I 3, FOR FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE F&ES : 5 NEAREST PURLIN LUG(P) REFER TO ANALYSIS DISTANCE FROM

No.

(REFER

TA ELE 5)

1.

ALL DIMENSIONS

ARE

IN mm

lHEo.EXTERNAL b.RIDCE

COLUMN

FACE : IGO: 300

tin 5

1 S2lSl

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AN0 SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE
I12.0m : 6.0m : 5.0m : FIXED

: M 25 : Fe 115

-350

SECTION-U

SECTION-AA

TOF OF FOUNOATION 11400

.
1

-__
I

~ \
DRAWlNO No. 6 (REFER
:

TABLEBI

I
R
1900 1425 1140

No. AND SPACING OF PURLlNb PRINCIPAL RAFTER

NOTE 1. ALL 2. FOR

: DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE THE ARE IN mm REFER TO

FORCES 6 NEAREST

zRf;6
6 6

SPACING 1246 12 19

ANALYSIS 3.DISTANCE FROM

PURLINS

LUG (Q 1 100 :300

a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE:

1205

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACINO COLUMN HEIOHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND ~ElSMlC ZONES I M-ATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

I : : :

ONE lZ.Om 6.0m 6.5m FIXED

:M 25 : Fe 415 ._

SECTION- BB

l-201021 SECTION- AA

In-eilo-300

TOP OF FOLINDATION 11400

DRAWING
Na No. AN0 SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE Hl H2 R PRINCIPAL pNuokfks tin 3 9717 9264 1900 lh4 1hS
L

No.

(REFER

TABLE

7 )

1. 2.

NOTE : ALL FUR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION ARE IN mm REFER TO

RAFTER SPACING 1246 12 19 1205

FORCES

ANALYSIS 6 6 6 3. DISTANCE FROM THE

TABLE. : 7 OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG(Q1

9734 9746

9266 9254

1425 1140

a.EXTERNAL b.RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE ~100 :300

OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPP OR1 CONDltlON FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES 1 MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 12.Om : S.Om : S.Sm : FIXED

: w 25 I Fe MI

SECTION-AA

TOP OF FOUNDATION

----+No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS HZ R


PRINCIPAL RAFTER SPACING 1236 3. DISTANCE lin 4 5234 5246 4766 4754 1425 1140 6 6 1207 193 FROM OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (Q) THE ,,.EXTERNAL b. RIDGE COLUMN

IDR*WIHO

(REFER

TABLE

8 )

. . 1.
2.

No. OF BAYS
SPAN SPACINO COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC 2DNES 1 MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

NOTE:
ALL FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE: 6 ARE IN mm REFER TO FORCES

SLOPE

Ii,

i,$Rp&s
lin 3 5217 4764 1900 6

: ONE : 12.0m : 12.0m : 5.0m : FIXED

ANALYSIS

FACE : 100

1 in 5

: 360

: M 25
: Fe 415

SECTION-

88

: :1
21-8~09-300 2l_OClO-300 01 S-201

21.8+09-300

I
L

121_ 6; 10-300 SECTION-AA

A' TG
-

TOP OF FOUNDATION 11400

DRAWING
No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE H, H2 R PRINCIPAL RAFTER 2. FOR FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE FORCES REFER TO SPACING 1236 1207 1193 ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM NOTE

No. 9

(REFER

TABLE

9 1

:
OIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

. 1, ALL

$;Ry;Ns
1 in 3 lin lin 4 5 6717 6734 6746 6284 6266 6254 1900 1425 lli0 6 6 6

:9
NEAREST PIJRLIN COLUMN LUG (0 FACE:100

OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOft ALL WIND AND
SEISMIC ZONES I

: ONE : 12.0 m : 12.0m : 6.5m : FIXED

THE aEXTERNAL b.RIDGE

: 360

MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

:w 25 : Fe LtS

2-32*01 I I

2-1z*m ,L-32*01

T OP OF FOUNDATION lWO0

II 1 1

I 600

DRAWING No. AND SPACING


OF PURLINS SLOPE Hl n2 R PRINCIPAL RAFTER SPACING . 1900 lL25 1140 6 6 6 1236 1207 1193 ANALYSIS 3.OISTANCE FROM THE TABLE: OF THE 10 NEAREST PURLIN COLUMN LUG(C) FACE: 100 :360

No. 10

( REFER
:

TABLE 10)

NOTE: 1. ALL 2.FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNOATION ARE IN mm REFER TO

*
1

No. OF PURLINS

FORCES

in 3

9717 9774 97A6

926L 9266 9254

lin 4

a. EXTERNAL b.RIOGE

1in S

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEl&T SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

ONE : 12.0m : 12.0m : O.Sm : FIXED

: Fe

:u

25 415

-36-.3tll-i

!60

c SECTION6; I ,36- IVlL260

I-lV1

J!! ,)--#j2l-)b 2140 s-20*0, .' j_ TOP OF FOUNDATION 800 L 1 _____ 112"" 12 - 320 13 - 320

2l-ev12-320

i21_rJbT3-320
SECTION-AA

L 1

0""

i 1

DRAWING

No.

11

I REFER

TABLE 11)

No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE Ml 2 R PRINCIP*L pNuok& lin lin lin 3 4 5 6789 6813 6828 6212 6180 6172 2867 2150 1720 8 8 e RAFTER SPACING 1358 1327 1312

NOTE: 1. ALL DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE aEXTERNAL b. RIDGE ARE IN mm REFER TO

2. FOR

FORCES :ll NEAREST

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM THE

PURLIN FACE

LUG(c) : 100

COLUMN

: 300

ND. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AN SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 18.Om : 6.0m : 6.6m : FIXED

:M 25 :FeblS

VI

._ ..

._ _. . . .. .- _

,I:

*I
0

260

iEClION-

Be

l-2bod

a
:wl :c1iON-AA SE 17200 No. PRINCIPAL No. OF PURLINS 6 6 e

io-6w-2-320

LO-9*12-320 $

Leo0

L 1

DRAWING No. OF
AND SPACING OF PURLINS RAFTER SPAcNG 1356 3. 1 in 4 1 in 5 12913 12828 12166 12172 2150 1720 1327 1312 DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG(P) aEXTERNAL b. RI OGE COLUMN FACE:100 ;300 NOTE, a 1. ALL 2. FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE ARE IN mm REFER TO SPAN

No.

13

(REFER

TABLE

13)

BAYS

SPACING
COLUMN SUPPORT FDR ALL SEISMIC MATERIALS

SLOPE

Hl

R2

HEIGHT
CONOlTlON WIND : AND

FORCES : 13

: ONE :l&Om :6.Om : 12.5 m : FIXED 1 :M 26 : Fa 415

ANALYSIS

1 in 3

12709

12212

2667

ZONES

CONCRETE STEEL

i.EC~lOlu.

3-16M

2-:5*03,

!=r-,,_,,,,,

s-25*01

-l&ee13SECTION-AA

,360

TOP OF FOUNOATlON

DRAWING
NaAND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE Ii, 2 R PRINCIPAL RAFTER No. OF PRLINS]SPACING 1 in 3 6769 6212 2667 6 1350 3 .DISTANCE FROM OF THE NEAREST PyRLlN FACE LUG (cl THE a. EXTERNAL b.RIOGE COLUMN

No. 14

(REFER

IABLE

IS)

NOTE : . 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER TO

2. FOR FOUNDAlION ANALYSIS TABLE

FORCES

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SliPPORT CONDITION

: ONE :lB.Om : 12.0 m :6.5m

: 10 : 100 : 360

FOR ALL
SEISMIC MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: FIXED

WIND AN0 ZONES I :M 25

: Fe

415

SllY

TOE1 39t: 001:32Vd (3, 3fll NWtll03 NIlMIld

a a
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I

9061

9906

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2-na10 36-69X2-12 909 s-209 00 260

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3-16905,

kI ,36-6?14-260

l-32*02 k:m I-

SECTION-A&

TOP OF FOUNDATION i7200

,
1 DRAWING
Na AN0 SPACING OF PURLINS NOTE : 1. ALL - 2.FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE ARE IN mm REFER TO

No. 16

(REFER

TABLE

161

SLOPE

tl,

H2

PRINCIPAL

RAFTER FORCES : 16 NEAREST PURLIN LUG (c, SPACING 1350 1319

pFi;;s
lin lin 3 L 12799 12613 12626 12212 12166 12172 2667 2lS0 1720 6 6 3

ANALYSIS 3 .OISTANCE FROM

OF THE

THE

a.EXTERNAL b.RIOGE

COLUMN

FACE :100 : 360

1 in S

idi

No.OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE 18.Om : 12.0m

12.5m FIXED

: M25 :_.Fe415

3-25cO3-

2-16X10 59-Lwl32-16+09

a-25+08

SECTION-BP 2-6*oSI \. I ,59-8*13~210

2%6#12-36d

2sw12-

360

II
TOP OF FOUNDATION

SECTION-AA

23000 7

1000

1 7

I
SLOPE

DRAWING

No.

17

[REFER

TABLE 17)

I -

1 in 3 1 in L tin 5

9861
9691 __ 9910

3633

11

1276

3.DISTANCE FROM

OF THE THEa.

NEAREST

PURLIN

LUG(c)

:::,/I
f

EXTERNAL b.RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE : 100 300

No.OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

ONE : 2L.Om : 6.0m : 6.5m : FIXED

: :

M25 Fe416

.3-25#03 ---L-25*02 Z-16* 09

59-6X12-210 2-KY08 3-20X07

SECTION.iB

2-16+07 ,59-6*12-210

34-Wll34-6+11-

360 360

34- se11 - 3Bo

i SECTION-AA

TOP OF FOUNDATION
I

I
?

1000

L 1

23000

1 1

1000

DRAWING

No. 18

(REFER

TABLE 18)

No. AN0 SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE Ml 2 R PRINCIPAL pN;I;(fks 1 RAFTER SPACING 1276 1307 1372 2. FOR FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE FORCES 13 NEAREST PURLIN LUG (PI REFER TO NOTE 1. ALL

:
ARE IN mm

DIMENSIONS

ANALYSIS

in 3

12661 12891 12910.

12140 12110 12090

3633 2075 2300

11 10 10

3. DISTANCE FROM THE

I in 4 lin 5

a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE :lOO

: 300

No.OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONMTION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATEMALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 24.Om : 8.0m : 12.Sm

FIXED

: :

M25 Fe415

3-32X04

Z-16*09 4-20#00

SECTION-BB

2-25Y

0 7 I I ,5.3-6*14-210

25-8*13-

360

SECTION-AA

DRAWING
No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE H, Hz R PRINCIPAL R*FTER SPACING 12 72 1360 1365 NOTE 1. ALL Z.FOR

No.

19

(REFER

TABLE

19)

:
ARE IN mm REFER TO FORCES 19 NEAREST PURLIN LUG (Q,

DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE

p;$;s
lin lh 3 4 9661 9691 9910 9063 9026 9004 3910 2958 2366

ANALYSIS 3.DISTANCE FROM

11
10 10

THE o. EXTERNAL b.RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE

: 100 : 360

1 in 5

No.OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

ONE : 24.0m : 12.0m : 9.5m : FIXED

: M25 Fe b15

SECTION-BB ,S6-6113210

I--

;6--%tOl -33-6112-360

rt-t

SECTION-AA

TOP OF FOUNOATION 1000 L 1 1 23000 I 7 1000

I DRAWING
No. AN0 OF SLOPE Hl Hz I4 SPACING 1. 2. . NOTE : ALL FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO PURLINS RAFTER FORCES SPACING 1272 1360 1365 ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

No.

20

(REFER

TABLE 20)

pzi&
lin 3 12661 12691 12910 12lLO 12 110 12090 3633 2675 2300 11 10 10

: 20
NEAREST PURLIN LUG(E) FACE: 100 COLUMN

No.OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WlND AND SEISMIC ZONES I
MATERIALS: CONCRETE

: ONE : 24.Om : 12.0m : 12.5m

FIXED

1 in 4 lin 5

a. EXTERNAL b.RIOGE

: 360

STEEL

: :

M25

Fe415

__--__

I
SECTION-BB

1
.CL~C

B
1 74-W13-210 /, i 2-l6,11 ,2-161)ll

2S-8W12-380

,
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~---I@ +!Lo!
1 7 SLOPE lin 3

SECTION-AA I

TOP 0FFO"NOATlON

2gooo
7

too0 1

1 .

DRAWING
No AND SPACING OF PURLINS 1. Hl 2 R NOTE. ALL DIMENSIONS FOR FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO

No. 21

(REFER

lAGLE.ZI)

. PRINCIPAL
::,,:,,

RAFTER 2. ISPACING ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FROM THE 21 NEAREST PURLIN LUG(c) FORCES

1 in 1.

a.EXTERNAL

COLUMN

FACE : 100

1 I 5 L

.-

No.OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 30.0m : 6.0m : 9.5-m : FIXED

: :

M26 Fe415

3-32XOL

Z-161(09 3-2W08

SECTION -88

33-8ei2-380
SECTION-AA

1 DRAWING

No

22

(REFER

TABLE

22)

1
H,

I
/ H2

/sLopEI 1
1 in 3 lin L 12861 12891 12910 12063 12028 1200* 1 in 5

wj:,
13 13 12

No. AND SPACING 1

NOTE : ALL FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO

FORCES

ANALYSIS 1910 3707 2906 1328 1298 1100 3. DISTANCE FROM

: 22
NEAREST PURLIN FACE LUG(Q) : 100 COLUMN

THEaEXTERNAL b. RIDGE

: 300

No.OF GAY S SPAN SPAClNG COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITK)N FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 3QGm

: 6.0 In : 12.5m : FIXED

: :

M25 Fe b15

S6El 09c: 001:33Vd In1 NWnl03 NIlkInd 3z)ait( lVNt131X3 lS3UV3N EZ 01 t(333tl JU S3JtlOd N, 3tlV 3Hl q 0 40 3Hl WOtld EZEL 3NIJVdS M31jVM SNOISN3Wla 1lV :310N 1 ELZL 33NVlSIaE SISAlVNb tlad Z

21 EL EL :;o, 1VdlSNltJd

9862
LOLE

7006 8206 E906

0166 1686 1986

s U!L 7 U!I E u!i

417=zd :
szw :

0167

: 31811

NOIlVONIIOd

(13x14 : IuS. : ~0~21 : WOOE :

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1
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l_
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2-16SO9 -4-32: 06

II

I I

33-6012-380

SECTION-AA

----

TOP OF FOUNDATION 29000

.
7

1000

1 DRAWING No. 24 (REFER TABLE 20 No.OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL : -ONE : 30.0m : 12.0m : 12.5m

-T-r
SLOPE Ii1 H2

No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS R PRINCIPAL RAFTER

NCTE: 1 2. ALL FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO

FORCES 24

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FRO

: FIXED

4633 3625 2900

NEAREST COLUMN

PURLIN FACE:

LUG(Q) 100 : 360

THE a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

1
: :
M25 Fe415

-17-64C&270

SECTION-BB

SECTION-CC

2-16tO3

2-16403

I-lCe0 2-1610
I-

-11-16802 I I--ttt3-01 SECTKIN-AA

2-w

03

25-6607-200

TdP

OF FCUNOATI0N

6600

jl!y -r
SECTION-DD fi -z;l LOO Ic DRAWING No. SPAN ARE IN mm 10 (c) I SPACING COLUMN SUPPORT FOR AU HEIGHT OF No. BAYS WIND
I_ ____... . ___

400

25

(REFER : :

TABLE TWO 9.0m 6.0m 5.0m FIXED

25)

I
SLOPE

I
II,

I
li2

I
R

I
,,,,F$S

NaANo EXTERIOR

LCING OF PURLINS SPA INTERIOR p;;;.;;s 4 RAF

NOTE

RAFTER SPACING 1139

1 ___1, DIMENSIONS Ai
-*----* 2.FDR rwmmr~u~~ ANALYSIS TABLE

:
: CONDITION AND

SPACING 1361

C : I,

FORCES REFER

:
I

lh

3 I

5144

4656

1433

3.DISTANCE DF THE NEAREST PURLIN LVC FRC, TE a. EX1FDLI.I Pfil ,,.I PIPF
I.

1 lk4

jSlS6

I4644 14636

11075 1 660

1
1

5
5

1
1

1111 IO&

1
1

4 4

1 1346 !
1 1330 1

. _.... * ndGE Ll
c.VALLEY

tnn
.

SEISMIC
MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

ZONES

: 300 : 300

: M25 : Fe

1 1 in 5 I5164

415

902

!?2

w
N-

L86 I $1 B S) Et dS

l-16*02,

r-Z-16*05

2-xeo3

Z- 16602

3-16s

03

t
14-6*10-350

SECTION-B8

2;16.041

--v?.o ,

SECTIDN-CC

~.~CITRA

%16*D31 l-16*02\ (

2-12*06 ,3-16L03

-m 09 -250

SECTION-AA Til

SECTION-DO

DRAWING

No. BAYS

27

(REFER 1 ABLE
: : TWO 9.0m lZ.Om 5.0m FIXED

27)

No. OF
No SLOPE Hl H2 R AND SPACING RAFTER SPACNG 1150 1?22 OF PURUNS INTERIOR &::NS L 4 RAFTER SPACNG. ?361 1326 -. 1 in 5 5246 415L 640 5 1109 4 1310 NOTE 1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER TO 2 FOR FOUNDATION ANALYSIS TABLE. 3 DISTANCE FROM THE FORCES 27 SPAN SPACING COLUMN SUPPORT FOR ALL SEISMIC EXTERIOR ,,,&S 111-13 IIll 5217 5234 4704 4766 lLO0 1050 S 5

HEIGHT CONDITION WIND AND ZONES I

: :

OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG ($1 100 o EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE b RIDGE : 360 c VALLEY : 300

MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

; :

hi25 F,?

415

2-16603

-2-16602

3- 16+03

-11-6#10_3!jO 2- 16.07

2-16*07

:E

LIw

RA

-16# 1, - ,300

LONG ZlbO6

!-lZO6

_ .____

2-16% 2- 16

SECTIONTOP OF FOUNDATION

AA

SECTION-00

DRAWING No. AN0 SLOPE H, H2 R EXTERIOR SPACING RAFTER SPACING 1150 1122
1 I

No. BAYS

28

(REFER
: TWO

TABLE

28)

OF PURLINS NTERoR $& I L I L 1310 RAFTER_ S!ACING 1361

NOTE 1. ALL

: DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN TO LUC (g) 100 : 360 :300

No.

OF

pv;;&
!,n3 6717 6734
/

626L 6266
I

1400 1050
I

2.FOR FOUNDATION ANALYSIS TABLE 3.DISTANCE OF THE THE

FORCES : 28 NEAREST

5
5 5

I,5
1

.
1326 6251 B&O 1169

FROM

o.EXTERNAL b. RIDGE c. VALLEY

COLUMN

FACE:

SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES
MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: 9.0m : M.Om : 6.5m : FIXED

1
: : M25

lin5

6746

Fe US

c--l-l6XO5

2;16*03

Z-16#02

2-16902-

2- 166 03

H Z-16*07

1&8*10-350

2-16(;07 B ,

300 SECTION-BB

2-16@cy

r I II I Ii I

I12-16?02

SECTION-DO
J r No. AND sp*tlNG RAFTER SPACNG 1248 OF PURLINS INTERIOR P%LtlFNS 6 RAFTER SPACNG 1146 600 .

DRAWING No. SPAN OF NO

No. BAYS

29

(REFER ; : : TWO

TABLE

29)

k
_ NOTE: ,.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER TO SLOPE II, Ii2 R EXTERIOR Pk~:NS linl 5217 4764 1900 6 2.FOR FOUNDATION ANALV5,S ,ABLE 3 .OISTANCE FROM FORCES : 2S NEAREST

12.0m
6.0m FIXED

SPACI

COLUMN SUPPORT FOR ALL

HEIGHT CONDITION WIND AND

: 5.0m

:
I

OF THE b. RIDGE

PURLIN

LUG ($1

THE 0. EXTERNAL

COLUMN

FACE

Im4
tin5

5234 5246

C766 4754

IL25 1140

6 6

1219 1205

5 5

1396 1360

c.VALLEV

! 100 : 300 : 300

SEISMIC
MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL

ZONES

i : :
M25 Fe 415

,l-16WO2

2-16603

---Z-16,02

Z-16lIO5

--3-16*03

18-8#10-350

lb8#10-350

Z-16*07

2-16W7

16911 -lx)0

LOW

SECTION-AA

aO-RLm-l)

SECTION-

00

r No. SLOPE Ii1 H2 R AND SPACING RAFTER SPACING 6 6 6 !248 1219 1205 OF PURLINS RAFTER SPACING 1145 1396 1380

J INOTE 1. ALL 2. FOR

600 I

DRAWING

No.

30

(r
EXTERIOR $;;;5 lin3 lin4 1 in5 6717 6734 6746 6284 6266 6254 1900 14 25 1140 INTERIOR ,,,,f,, 6 S 5

(REFER : : : : TWO

TABLE

30)

:
DI MEWIONS FOUNDATION TABLE ARE IN mm REFER TO FORCES

ANALYSIS P.DISTANCE FROM

: 30
(Q)

OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE b. RIDGE c.VALLEV

: 100 : 300 : 300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

12.Om
6.Om 6.5m FIXED

; M25 : Fe (15

,----l-16*03

3-16#03

2- lC+OC

2- 16tO6

3-16804

16-8~13-350 2-16809 t

8 w

Y)-m13-350

2-16eO9

-6+12-350

,
SECTION- AA TOP OF FOUNDATION J r 600 .I r 11400 -_.DRAWING PURLINS RAFTER SPACING 1145 3 1lnL 9734 9266 1425 6 12 19 5 1396 No. NOTE : 1 ALL 2 FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO SPAN SPACING COLUMN OF No. BAYS SECTION-DO

h-16-3

31

(REFER

TABLE

31)

No.AND SLOPE H, H2 R EXTERIOR ppRL$ lin3 9717 9264 1900 6

S%NG RAFTER SPACING 124.9

OF

INTERIOR prRL$ 6

: :

TWO

FORCES 3, NEAREST

ANALYSIS DlSTANCE FROM :HE

PURL!N

LUG (%I FACE :I00 .300

a EXTERNAL b RIDGE c VALLEY

COLUMN

: 300

lin5 L

97L6

9154

1140

?205

!380

HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

12.0m : 6.0m : 9.5m : FIXED

I : :
I.425 Fe 415

2-16906

SECTION-BE

2-16905,

a
-4
H,

SECTION-AA q l1400 _I 600 + I

SECTION-DO

TOP OF FOUNDATION

DRAWING

No.

32

[REFER

TABLE

32)

.
SLOPE H2 R

No. AND EXTERIOR p$L$

SPACING

OF PURLIN INTERIOR ,,;;i$ RAFTER /SPACING

No.
NOTE : 1. ALL Z.FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE ARE IN mm TO SPAN FORCES REFER : 32 PURLIN LUG (Q, 100 : 360 : 300

OF

BAYS

RAFTER /SPACING

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE FRO,., THE

OF THE NEAREST a.EXTERNAL b. RIDGE C VALLEY

COLUMN

FACE:

SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: TWO : 12.0m : 12. Om : S.Om : FIXED

1
: M 25 : h 615

2-20103

--

3-20402

3-20905 2-20606 2-2otO6 16OtlL-350

iz 3-166 10

--lo-Pal&350

SECTIct4-BB

*A

JE3-3-1610
SECTION-CC

lrni

_._-._

3_2M02,

SECTION-AA

SECTION-DO

I
1. ALL 2.FOR DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE THE OF THE ARE : 33 NEAREST PURLIN LUG (cl : 100 COLUMN FACE IN mm REFER TO FORCES ANAVSIS 3,DISTANCE FROM a. EXTERNAL c.VALLEV

DRAWING

No.

33

(REFER TABLE 33)

COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND SE1SMIC ZONES

TWO lt.Om 12.Om 6.Sm


FIXED

M 25 Fe 415

SECTION-BB

TdP

OF FOUNOAlIOh 11400 600 I DRAWING No. NCTE : l.ALL 2.FOR 4 DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE ARE IN mm REFER TO SPAN SPACING COLUMN SUPPORT PURLIN COLUMN LUG &, FACE : 100 :360 : 300 FOR ALL SEISMIC MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL HEIGHT CONDITION WIND AND ZONES I FORCES : 34 NEAREST OF No. BAYS 34 (REFER : TWO 12.0m 9.5m FIXED TABLE 34 1

+I

600

J rkr

No. AND SLOPE Ii, H2 R EXTERIOR N OF PUtLlNS 6

SPACING

OF PURLINS 1 INTERIOR p:i:;S 6 RAFTER

RAFTER SP*CING 1236

: 12.0m

:
:

SPACING 1133

ANAVSIS 3. DISTANCE

lin3

9117

9284

1900

OF THE

1 in4 lin5

9736 19766

9266 13254

1425

6 6

1207

1361

FROM

THE

1 1140 1

I 1193 I

1365

a. EXTERNAL b.RIDGE c .VALLEV

: :

M25 Fe 415

2-2oto2

3-2otO4 368t15-260 2-11 #ll

3-1006
I
.

..M

L-ll!_l

II

-(#13-320

__.._.. _ .
17200

, r

800 Ir
,E

DRAWING

No BAYS

35

(REFER : TWO : :

TABLE

35)

No. AND SLOP; H1 H2 R EXTERIOR pNuifiLs

SPACING RAFTER

OF PURLINS INTERIOR pNu+LqLs RAFTER

No. OF
SPAN SPACING COLUMN SUPPORT

NOTE 1. ALL

: DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE: OF THE b. RIDGE ARE IN mm REFER TO FORCES 35 NEAREST PURLIN FACE LUG cc)

18.Om
6.0m FIXED

ISPACING

SPACING FOR 2. 1
I

WEIGHT CONDITlDh

: 6.5m

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE

FROM THE

o.EXTERNAL

COLUMN

: 100

SECTION-BB

.oms-390

DRAWING

No

36

(RiFER : : * I

TABLE 36)

1. ALL i.FOR

DIMENSIONS FOUNDATION TABLE BF THE

ARE

IN mm REFER TO

FORCES : 36 NEAREST

ANALYSIS 3.DISTANCE FRBH THE

PURLIN

LUG cc, : 100 :3OO :3OO

o.EXTERNAL b. RIDGE E. VALLEY

COLUMN FACE

No. OF BAYS SPAN >PAClNG COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

TWO
19.Om 6.0m 9.Sm FIXED

: w25 :Fa41s

Z-25003 Z-25603 2 25#02 2-n 2-u J-16609 t 11 t10

36-B(t16-260

SECTION-B8

Z-25.903,

\._

.6614-360

4-25801

800

1
r SECTION-DO

lz-2S.02 SECTION-AA

J-I=

--

17200

J r SPACING OF PURLINS RAFTER SPAC,NG I 1356 1327 8 6 1270 1240

600 Ic
a-

DRAWING Na SPAN

No

37

(RiFER

TABLE

37)

OF GAYS

: TWO
:

No. AND SLOPE Hl n2 1 1 h3 lb,4 72799 12613 12212 1206 2667 2lSO 9 6 R EXTERIOR &&

RAFTER ISPACING r

INTERIOR &;;s

NOTE : 1. ALL DIMENSIONS 2.FOR FOUNDATION TABLE:

ARE

IN mm REFER TD

FORCES 37

ANALYSIS

3, DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (c) . FROM THE aEXTERNAL COLUMN FACE : 100 b.RIDGE c.VALLEY : 300 : 300

(in5 L

12629

12172

1720

1312

122s

SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: : :

18.Om 6.Om 12.5m FIXED

: :

M25 Fe L15

SECTION-BB

llB-erlr:3Bo SECTIONDO

SECTION-AA

10-p OF FOLINOATION

DRAWING
No. AND SLOPE Ii, H2 R EXTERIOR puck,;; 1 in3 lid 6709 6813 6212 6lBB 2667 2150 8 a SPACING RAFTER SPACING 1350 1319 OF PURLINS RAFTER SPACING 1206 NOTE: 1. ALL Z.FOR DIMEN!WNS FOUNDATION TABLE OF THE ARE IN mm REFER TO LUG. (6)

No

38

(AEFER

TAGIf

38)

No. OF BAYS
SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

INTERIOR p;;LT;S 8 8

: TWO : thorn

FORCES

; y-g
: FiXED

ANALYSIS 3. DISTANCE

: 30
NEAREST PURLIN COLUMN FACE

1254 6172
I

FROM

TKE

a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE c. VALLEY

lin5
L
I

6828

1720
I I

8
I

1304
I

B I

1239 I

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No AN0 SLOPE H, H2 R EXTERIOR

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1720

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1225

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1

FOUNOATION

SECTJON-AA
17200 1 1 NOTE 1 7 , 7 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN FORCES mm REFER TO 800 i

1%25+ 04 SECTION-LID

1 ?

wo

1 1

DRAWING

No.

59

(REFER

TABLb 59)

No. AND SP*ClNG OF WRLINS


SLOPE H, n2 R EXTERIOR $i;Gs I in3 9709 9212 2867 8 RAFTER SPACING 1350 INTERIOR PFRL$ 8 RAFTER SPACING 1286

FOR FOUNOATION ANALYSIS

TABLE : 59

DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (E) FROM THE (1 EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE 100 b RIDGE c VALLEY : 360 550

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: THREE : lG.Om : 12.Om : 9.Sm : FIXED

: :

M2S Fe Llf

2-32803

2-321)3 2-32W6 -36-6W7-260 2-12 u12

>ECTION.BB

SECTION-CC

SECTIONJIE I

3-2OW9

2-12W3 2-Q l l: 2-j2103 , J ..a.,.. m2* I -

17200 No. AND SLOPE H, H2 R EXTERIOR pNuodf:NS lin3 1 in4 12769 12613 12212 12168 2667 2lSO SPACING RAFTER SPACING 1350 1319 OF PURLINS RAFTER SPYCING 1, 2.

1 1

600

1 i,

SECTION-DQ

DRAWING

No.

SO

(REFER

TABLE 60 I

INTERIOR pN;rRffNs

NOTE : ALL DIMENSIONS FOR

ARE IN mm. FORCES : 60 PURLIN LUG(c: REFER TO

FOUNDATION TABLE

ANALYSIS 6 e 9 6 1266 3 1254 DISTANCE FROM

OF THE NEAREST

THE a. EXTARNAL b. RIDGE

COLUMN

FACE: 100

12826

12172

1720

1304

1239

E. VALLEV

.360 : 550

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIN0 AND 1 SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: THREE : lS.Om : lZ.Om 12.5m 1 FIXED :

: :

n25 Fe415

m2-16*06 2-16606

-516+06 1 2-16#0L

l - 16*03

Z-Km6 1%#06-270 17-6WJ9-270 2-16*07 17- 8,09- 2-16*07 270

270

2-16*07

SECTION-

CC

SECTION-

EE

SECTION-FF

NOTE : ALL DIMENSIONS TABLE ARE lN mm FORCES : 61 REFER TO

2 FOR FCUNDATION ANALYSIS 3

DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PIJRLIN LUG cc) FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 b. RIDGE c.VALLEV : 300 300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND 1 SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

:
:

rIi

! : :

9.0m 6.0m S.Om


FIXED

: M25 : Fe Cl5

fa
1-16902~ l- 16802 Z-16.03 ICMlO-34O 0 2-16407 r!16W9 l-16*05 I -, yl-16@02 e 2-16*03

SECTION-W

iB
2- 16*03 l4-8dlO-3CQ 2-16*07 SECTIONCC 1

5t

SECTION-EE

Jw
\ IL-8WO-340 tl6*07 SECTION-FF

SECTION-DO

NOTE 1. ALL : DIMENSIONS ARE FORCES : 62 M mm REFER TO 2. FOR FWNDATION ANALYSIS TABLE 3. DISTANCE FROM THE I in L 1 in 5 6695 6705 6305 6295 1063 650 5 5 112L 1111 4 L 13b6 1330 OF a

THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (cl EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 : : 300 300

b.RIDGE E. VALLEY

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND .AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: FOUR : S.Om : 6.Om : 6.6m : FIXED

: :

Y26 Fe416

Z-16903 2-16904 lCIUl3-350 246tO9

SECTION-BB

SECTlON-CC

SECTION-

EE

SECTION-

FF

26-6w. ,250 -6912-250 I-K w


SECTION-DO

600 t
SECTION-GG

$U.IL_LU$TOP
1

OF FoUNDPIT~O~~~~~~~-**

-4 6oo:

6400 DRAWING Nc. 63 (REFER TABLE 63)

NSIONS

ARE IN

mm REFER TO

OATION FORCES

OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (6) a EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 b.RIOGE c.VALLEY

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

: : ;

FOUR 9.0m 12.0m : S.Om : FIXED

1
: :
M25 Fe415

,*I?? -

-2-16tm

8 m

I
L

Z- 16R03 Z-169 04 14-8,17-350 Q Z-16&13 2_l6*13

.-14-Ml7-350

SECTION-88

.5ECTION-

CC

SECTION-E<

&ECTIJN-FF

,/

2- 16.09, n_rF..nG

II-16(103

600

9400

1 11 DRAWING
Na 64 (REFER,

1ARLE 64 1

.
ho.ANO SLOPE H, bi2 R EXTERIOR SPACING OF PURLINS INTERIOR p;;L:;S 4 RAFTER SPACING 1361 NOTE : 1. ALL DIMENSIONS TABLE ARE IN mm FORCES REFER : 64 TO RAFTER SPACING 1150

,sd;Ls

2. FOR FOUNDATION ANALYSIS

1in3
i in 4 1 in5

6717 6734 6746

6264 6266

1400

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN WG (%I FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN fACE: 100 b RIDGE : : 360 300 .

1050

5 5

1122 1109

4 4

1326 1310

I
6254 940

c. VALL EV

No.OFGAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

; FOUR : S.Qm : 120m : 6.Sm : FIXED

: :

M25 Fe415

SECTION-CC

SECTION-EE

SECTION-FF

II
E
NO. AND

DRAWING

No.

65

(REFER

TABLE

65

SMCINC

OF PURLINS INTERIOR pzz& 9 5 RAFTER ISPACING I 11.45

NOTE: 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN FORCES mm REFER TO

SLOPE # lin 3

H,

W2

EXTERIOR $$

RAFTER lSPAClNG I

No. OF GAYS WAN SPACING


COLUMN poR AU HEIGHT WIND AND

: FOUR : 12.0m
: 6.0m

2. FOR FOUNDATION ANALYSIS 1

5.0m
FIXED

TABLE : 65

SUPPORT CONOlTlON SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS ! CONCRETE STEBI. I

5217 5234

4764 4766

1900 1425

9 6

1248 1219

3. DISTANCE OF THE lEAREST PURLIN LUG @, FRW THE a.EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 h RIDGE c. VALL EV : : 300 300

1 in 4

1396

: M25 : Fe415

1 in S

52;6

4754

1140

1205

1390

Z-16*03 Z-16*04 IC6ml3-350

2-16,OC

2-16004

Z-16009

SECTION-B8

SECTION-

CC

SECTION-EC

SECTION-

Fe

16-8*13-250
/

ii!dq=-=
600
L

600 L 11400 11400


? -

1 SECTION-GG

600
DRAWING No.

~66

(REFERTABLE

661

No AND SFCING SLOPE H, H2 R EXTERIOR PziLZS lin3 6717 6264 1900 6 RAFTER sPabui 1248

OF PURLINS INTERIOR $Lf& 6 RAFTER SPAC'NG 1145 T

NOTE : 1 1. ALL DIMENSIONS TABLE ARE : 66 IN mm REFER TO

2. FOR FOUNMllON ANALYSIS

FORCES

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG &I FROH THE a. EXTERML COUIMN FACE: 100 hRlDGE c.VALLEV : : 300 300

li,,4 lin 5

6734 6746

6266 62S4

1425 1140

6 6

1219
I

5
I

1396 1390

1205

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

FOUR : 12.0m I 6.Om : 6.6m : FIXED

1
: :
M25 Fe&l5

l-l, 416W6
I

rl-16003

l-16603E16UO3 2-166 01

,l-rsror

El
l6-6+15-350 216+ 11 SECTION-E.9 socTloN-cc

2- 16UO3 2-169 04

1C6*15-350 2-16#11

SECTION-EE

SECTION-

FF

,$$h@

2_16)05 2-16604 1

I.--

----I

,l6-6615-350 __d / w

w
DRAWING No. 67
No. AND SPACING SLOPE II, Ii, R EXTERIOR &LgS I
1

2-16916-1300

LONG 03 l 04 6tO7

(REFER
:

7ABLE

67

OF PURLINS INTERIOR &L$ I 6 5 RAFTER *ING 1145 1396

NOTE 1. ALL

: DIMENSIONS ARE IN FORCES : 67 mm REFER TO

RAFTLR SRW@ 1266 1219

2. FOR FWNDATION ANALYSIS TABLE

in3

9717 9734

9264 9266

1900 I625

6 6

WRLIN 3. DISTANCE OF THE NEARIST LUG CC, FRDM THE a. EXTERIAL COLUMN FACE : 100 h RIDGE c. VALLEY : : 300 300

I in

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FM AU WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

FOUR : 12.0m : 5.0m : 0.Sm : FIXED

1 in 5

9766

9254

UC0

l2OS

t360

: M 25 : FeL15

SECTION-BB

SECTION -Cc

SECTION-EE

aCTION-FE

2-16905 (

,194*13-35Ll

/By

600

1 1

11400

1600 T

1 .

11bOo

1600 1 k

DRAWING

No.

68

(REFER

lABLE68)

I
/SLOPE Ii1 H2 R. I

No. AND SFACING EXTERIOR RAFTER SWING 1236

OF PURLINS INTERIOR pN;L$S 6 RAFTER SP*CING 1133

NOTE : 1. ALL DIMENSIONS

I ARE IN mm REFER TO

.$&$

2. FOR FOUNDATION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE : 66

1in3

5217

1764

1900 1125 1160

in L

5234 5206

1766 67%

6 6

1207 1193

5 S

1361 1365

3. DISTANCE OF TtiE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (Q) FROMTHE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE : 100 : 360 b. RIDGE c.VALLEV : 300

1 in 5

OF GAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL
No.

: FOUR : 12.Om : 12.0m : 5.0m : FIXED

1
: M 25 : Fe 415

3.20006 2-20~03 ltl-6#13-350 3-16t)O3

SECTION-BE

SECTION-CC

SECTION-EE

SECTION-FF

SECTION-DD TOP OF FOUNDAT,11*00 I 1 600 I,. L

SECTION-GG

DRAWING

No.

69

(REFER

TABLE 691

NOTE : 1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm FORCES : 69 REFER TO

2. FOR FOWMTION ANALYSIS TABLE

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG cc) FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE : 100 h RIDGE : 360

-----:3w
c. VALLEY

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND I SEISMIC ZONE s MATERIALS: CONCRETE STEEL

FOUR : 12.Om : 12.Om : 6.5m : FIXED

: :

M25 Fe115

2-25*04 l&6*16-350

3-164t12

+,pq,

_c:uw+

SEClION-BB

SECTION-CC

SECTION-EE

SECTION-

FF

11100 1 1 ,

1600

11400

1 1

DRAWlNO

N..

70

(REFER

TABLE703

No. AND SPACING SLOPE H, Hz R . EXTERIOR No. OF PURUNS 6 RAFTER sRcmG 12 36

OF WRLINS IN7ERlDR P%L& 6 RAFTER

NOTE : 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm FQ)CES : m REFER 70

WWRG 1133

2. FOR FCU?~MTION ANALYSIS TABLE

lin3 , in4
I

9717 9734
1

9264 9266
I

1900 1425
1

6 I 6

1207 I 1193

I
5

136l 1365

~3. DISTANCE DF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG ((1 FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 . IL,? * P,RtT:C aw
-...a_

1 in5

9746

925b

II-40

c. VALLEY

300

No. OF OAYS SPAN SMCINO COLUM HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WlND AND SEISMIC 2ONES MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: FOUR . 12.Om I 12.Om

S.Sm

: FIXED

1
: M25 : Fe 415

Z-?Zti6 3-16#05

2o#amto26-250 20.@09@26250

20-6+m9)026

-250

f
7

OFtAWING

No.

71

(REFER TABLI ONE 9.0m : 6.0m : 5.Om : HINGED


:

71)

No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS

NOTE
1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN WG (6, FACE : 100 .300 .2 3 FOR R)lJNOATDN FORCES TO ANALVSIS TABLE: 71 DISTANCE FROM TME OF 1% a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

SLOF3!

Hl

tQ

PRINCIPAL No.OF PURLINS

RAFTER S~A,-NG

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING


COLUMN StJPPWT FOR AU MEIGHT

CONOITION
WIN0 : AN0

NEARL?LT

llnf 1n4 1 I 5

5260 5306 5322

4112 4666 4672

1367 1025 620

5 5 5

1196 .iim llS6

COLUMR

SEISMIC
MATERIALS

ZONES
:

M25

STEEL

: Fe415

16-6W9-260 ._

*
I---#-2-11ucJ

i -16163

2-lwO7

!iis!L I
J-WI06 __.__. -_ ,3-

I 3-lW5

3 -161102 l-1660) 3-166% I26-e4ito103S-250 26-6#tOto35-250

3-t&2Tp~

2-l-11 A06 SECTION

AA

7-16M 26-6*lotJS-250

DRAWING

No. 72

(REFER

1ABLE 72)

No.AND SPACING
R OF FURLINS RAFTER 2 No. 04 PURLINS, SPACING 1 1197 ,3 11 PRINCIPAL

No.OF BAYS
NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mill REFER PWRLIN UlG(c) FACE :x)0 :300

FOR FOUNOATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE -71 DISTANCE OF WE NEAREST FROM TttE .a EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

, m 3

! 6762

/ 6212

, 1367

COLUMN

SPAN SPACING COLUMN WEKaT 5WPCUT CONDITION FOR AU WIN0 AN0 SflSMIC ZONES MATERIALS STEEL

:DNE : 19.0 m :6.0m : ,6.5m : HINGED

: I425 : Fe415

Z-lZ#S 2-W.07

-~
)(o.AYO 9mcIls Of WRUMS
lvOn

~RAWNO

~_

r40. 73

(REFER

TABLE

73)

No. OF BATS
1 I2 3 ALL

: ONE
: 9.0m : 12.0 m : 5.0m : HINGED

SLOPC /,
I 1nJ

nr
53~5 5376

nr
;46LO 4610

I)

- PRlRclPAL PURLINS!

m
nls

omm9lous

ARE IN mm rOCLS
TAu6-73 rwl)cuG cuuJwer*cr (6) 100 :360

l&or !v*c*o
) 1333 5 5 5 i

rnR noulKurm to ANALYSIS Dls1*acs Frnm we

RE?ER

SPAN !wMxNc COLUMN t+EyiHT


iG~u~tf60*bk0

a
R

of1mm&aesl e.l!n b. RIOCE

xlsMlc

ZONES
: M25 l--,.e

tm4

r
tm5 5399

I
6590

1 1000 1 I I

j 1166 i 1173

I 900 1

MATERIALS ax4caETE *CC* ZISLL

J. . r

l-I?*,3

___---

1400 1

n&o0

DRAWING la.74
No.ANO SP*uNC OF PWLIWS SLOPE tit n2 A PRINCIPAL WRY?% p:::;* 1m 3 I I6849 6140 1333 5 SPY% 1212

(REFER TAELE ?I) ONE 9.0m 12.0m 6.5 m ljlNGEC

No.ofBAvs
)(oIL

. 1 ALL OIYCNShONS ARE IN 1)11) .2 3 FOR ~UNOATIDN FORCES REFER TO ANALISIS TAOLE-74 OISTANCC OF lift! NLUEST FROM lliE WRLIN LUG cc) a. EXTERNAL COUIMN FACE : 100

SPACING

SerN

COLUMN NEGNT SuPmaT coNolnoN FOR AU WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES

Cltllro3 2od4co9to2 20+$09102

. ._-

4-16902--1

N2W 9LC7K)N * *

e-l@01 20-4Q9(029-250

DRAWING

No.

75

(REFER

TABLE 75)

3. DISTANCE FROM THE

Of THE NEAREST

WRLIN

LUG (ci ) fACE : ~~

0. EXTERNAL QKLJun

No.OF BAVS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEGHT SUPPOM CONOITION FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 KISMIC ZONES MATERIALS STEEL

: ONE : 12.0 m : 6.0m : 5.0m : HINGED

:
L

M25

: Fe415

l-l@03

Z-l&m

26-81+(~-2~2E4J l-wo3,

OUNOATION

i5WL

11 SoOc+ i-i&ING No. 76

(REFER :ONE :lZ.Om

TABLE 76)

1
1m3
v 1 WlL

No. AN0SPACING
nC DIIDI#UC

NOlE

ND. OF BAYS SPAN

p;;;;s
6764 6809 6625 6212 6166 6172 1667 I400 1120 6 6 6

SPACING 3 1272 1243 12 29

TO ANALVSIS DISTANCE FROM THE

TABLE-% WRLIN LUG t%, FACE :lm 300 a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE COLUMN

I SPACING m
COLUMN FOR ALL

HEIGHT

CONDITION
AND

: 6.5m : HINGED

:6.0m
M25

OF THE NEAREST

WIND

SEISMIC
MATERIALS CDNCRETE STEEL

ZONES
:

1 tn s
d

: Fe415

2-l-7 ii S-l-06

ORAWING ND. OF NOTE

No.

77

(REFER

TA0lE

77)

No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE

BAYS

n,

&

pR,NC,p*

R*m*

ALLoY~NsNJ~ INmm *RE


2 FOR rOllNOATDN FORCES m *II*LV~I~ ueu -77 DISTANCE FROM RI?r+R 3 Of THE NLARfSl P!,bRLIN LUG (t) WuJMa TWL o.EdlERNAL FACE :1w b. RIOGE :3Ca

PURLIre lam 3 1lnC 1m 5 98% 9885 9906 9l40 9110 9090 1633 I 1375 1100 6 6 6

N0.o~

SP*CWG

1295 126L 1250

SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SWf=ORT CONOITION FOR AU WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS STEEL

: : : :

ONE 120m 6.0m 9.5m HINGED

: M25 : Fe415

--_I___.-___-.

..-

.____

___-___

,298426-210

SECTION 69

3-Qo5

, !
<.I ~2sstt26-210

k, _n

Z-1%407 _ 2- IBOB_

z-18* SECTION AA ~8*(01025-320

.. .
11 MO
L
I

soot
.

ORAWWG

hb.

78

REFER TABLE :ONE : 12.0 m :lZ.Om -: 5.0m

78)

NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS AkE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG ($ FACE :100 :36O )

w.oFBAvs SPAN
SPACING COLUMN nElGHl SWWRT CONOlTtON FOR AU WIND AND SEISMICZONES MATERIALS STEEL

FOR R)UNOAl(ON FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE .I8 DISTANCE FROM ~~i~5380


1 ,n 5

OF TME NEAROT a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

HINGED

THE

i 1375 5402 A590 I , 1100

6 6

1257 124p

:M25 : Fe 415

.2-2am

2-l&09

1 500 t
7

11 500

1 1

500

DRAWING

No. 79

(REFER

TABLE 791

!
I

No. AN0SPACING
OF Ill n2 R PURLINS 1 RAFTER -.2 Iii. OFTpACING PURLINS I 3 6 1265 PFiNClPAL

NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER WRLIN LLIG (t) FACE : 100 : 960

SLOPE

1 I 3

1 I j 6651

i / 6140

FOR A)UNOATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE -79 DISTANCE fROM THE OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b RIDGE

/ ; 1.933

COLUMN

No OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPOf?T CONOITION FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 12.0m 12.Om

! 6.5m : HINGED

: M25 : Fe.416

6-lta07

--

SECTION

BB

29-w-210

CRAWIN I R

M.

80

REFER 1ABLE
:

80)

No. AN0SPACING
OF --;--Ars PURLINS 1 2 13

NOR ALL DIMLWSIONS ARE IN mn REFE# MLIN M)LlJYN LUG t FACE

NChOFBAVS SPAN
rr)WOATION FOOCES ANALYSIS TABLE_60 of TNL NEAREST a. E#lERNAL b. RIDGE ME

ONE

i
1m 3 lur4 tm6

No.G~cw PURLINS!

to

WA

SPACING COLUMN MEKW

: l2.Om : l2.Om : 9.5m


:tllNGm

DISTANCE FROM

Q)

SuPwmm F0R

: KK)
:3W

ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS

o[)NcRElE
STEEL

: M25 : Fe415

SECTION

81

3-2Q?tO2 3- 2OR.D3 Zl-Mlkt31320 2H.Wlto31-320

DRAWING
No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE Hl N2 R PRINCIPAL p,;;;LS llnl ImA 1 8 S 6617 6646 6664 6176 6149 6131 28x) 2136 1710 6 6 6 j j RAFTER 1 SPACING I 1369 1338 1323 3 . 1 2

No.

81

(REFER ONE

TABLE 81)

NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG FACE

FOR FOUNDATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE-61 DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST (1. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

(Q)
100 300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL

: : :

: l8.0m 6.0m 6.Sm HINGED

: M25

Fe415

SECTION

BEAti

4celw-210

!
I

ORAWING # No.oF eAv!i SPAN 5aclNG

82

(REFER

IAeLE82)

No AND SPACING OF PURL!NS --__-PRINCIPAL RAFTEI

NOTE 1 2 3 ALL DlMENSlbNS ARE IN 11111) REFER

: ONE
: 1tkOm

FOR fOUNOATION F(YICES 70 ANALYSIS TABLE - 82 DISTANCE FROM TME a EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG (%I COLUMN FACE :lOO :300

coLuMNNf3Gm -oo(lomQl
FORALL SEISMIC MATERIALS 1
REEL

: 9.5m

: 60m. _._..

~HINGED

%tfiE?
:M25
: Fe415

(REFER
lb. SLoPe n1 IQ R AND SPACING OF PURLiNS 1 RAFlER -w 1392 1361 1346 2 3

TABLE 83)

Non
ALL 0IMENSloNS ARE IN mm

r
SPAN

~~
SPACING C0LuhtNHEKiCn
~CONDlltGN
FoRALLwlNOAm

: ONE : 18.0m

- PRINCIPAL No.OF PURLINS

foR rcIuMo*TfL3H FORCESREFER TO ANALISIS TABLE _ 83


DISTANCE FROM THC OF THE NEAREST o. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE WRLIR COLUMN LUG (a) FACE : 100 :300

: 6.0m :12.5m
: HINGED

lIlt3

t2924 12961 12966

12066 12032 12OO6

2800 2100 1660.

6 6 6

SEtSMlC ZONES
MAfERlALS STEEL : : : M25 Fe415

In4
llnl

l-2om2 I.-,-(

2i-.3tm032-~20-J

SECT,DN

&A

\\

I I II

17 500 OCIAWING No.


No. No.AND SPACING OF PURLINS

84

IREFER

TA8LE8i)

NOTE 1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG(c) FACE : 100 360

___.__.-__

SLOPE

HI

Ii2

- PRINCIPAL --m--r-----PURLINS

RAFTER

No OF
8

1SPACING /
I 1369 133; 1323

FOR FOUNDATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE. 84 OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b. RIOGE FROM THE

3 DISTANCE

lm 3
11nZ 1 0 5

--

6851 6883

1 6140 6110

2033 ! 212s 1700

,f
e

---I
6903

-6o*

OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SuPFORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIN0 AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS : ONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 10.0 m : 12. Om : 6.5 m : HINGED

:M25 :fe 415

4-iQaO2

C-2OW3 Z-1210

2-llm9 4-2WO7 Z-lZKJ8

,REE EXTRA

LINK5

Pm06
2-12909 2-12 a0

4-7.0#2 4-2ono3 I-

OF

L
I

OUNDATION

i
4
DRAWING No. 65

(REFER .ONE :l80m

TABLE 05)

No AND

SPACING

NOTE

No. OF BAYS SPAN

STEEL

: Fe 415

j;i
z-ml0 6-2w ai3 J-=--JSECToN BB>+\ -_ ._

2-12itll

2-12Ar.09

3~25m5 ,,&

I pW7-210

r-2104

II I I I I I/ 7-25 bO1 --_. 33-6W4t.a 46-360 SECnoN

3)_Btll41046-3 336+tl4to46-3

_. AA I

P OF k

GUNDATION 17500 -1A BLE

1 500-l

86 )

r
ISLOPE

I
i I

I
1 H2

I
1 R

i Nc.ANO SPACING 1
f-&&f~%&i/

NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG (c) FACE :l@l :360

FOR FOUNDATKIN FORCES TO ANALVSIS TABLE _ 66 DISTANCE / 1m3 i ,n 4 113026 j 13074 13105 ill960 / 11915 11605 2750 2063 ; 1650 , i 6 8 e i : 1409 1377 1362 FROM THE OF THE NEAREST a EXTERNAL b RIDGE

I In5

No OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEtGHT SUPFCRT CONOITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : lB.Om : 12.Om _ _.. : 12.5 m : HINGED

: :

M25 Fe415 I

l-2-2 3-25.#03

--_.--_ --.--

. .--.-_-__ll_~

I_

3-25dO8

SECTION

BB

2-lam5 \

1 Li

\72-8938170

2S+tl31e37-M0

3-251103 3- 2Suo4 I25-%x1310 37. 2H.sl3to 37. 25-8?kl3to37-390

1600 1

23400

1 500 1
DRAWING No. 87

(REFER

TABLE 87 1

No.AND SPACING OF PURLINS SLOPE HI Ii2 R PRINCIPAL RAFTER

NOTE

1
3

ALL

DIMENSlONS

ARE

IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG

FOR FOUNDATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE _ 87 11 10 10

DISTANCE FROM THE

OF TM

NEAREST

1285 1396 1380

(c)
300

a. EXTERNAL b. RlOGE

FACE : loo

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN WEIGHT SUPPCRT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS ONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 24.0 m : 6.0m : 9.Sm :


HINGED

: M25 : Fe415

--_a...-+-_

._-.-._.

.,

li-Mbb-l/O

SECTION

BB

1600

23400

1600 1 DRAWING No. 88 (REFER 1AWE 88)

NO AN0 SPACING OF PUALINS

NOYE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PlJRLIN COLUMN LUG tt) fACE :lKl 300

FOR fOlJNOATK)N FOFfCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE -88 DISTANCE FROM THE Of 1tIE NEAREST Q EXTERNAL b RIDGE

1 In 5

I12987

I12006

2260

10

1366

ND. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SlPPtXT CONOITION FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISMK ZONES MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL

: ONE : 2L.Om : 6.0m : 12. 5 m : HINGED

M25 : Fe 416

1-32UO2 1 -, .,-.

EXTRA

z-32&3

Y_j

I I r2-6*1 ^ __.-_ u-u--II

Z-32603 3-32w4 3-3 SECTION ZS-81cok87 25mW7-3110 -360 AA -32aol

1600

23400

DRAWING No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS --.- 1 PRINCIPAL RAFTER 2 p;.j$;s 1 SPACING . 3 I9923 9961 9985 9068 i3600 1 1302 13% NOTE ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG(c) FACE NaOF BAYS

No.

89

(REFER : ONE

TABLE

89)

SLOPE

Ii1

n2

SPAN SPACING
COLUMN HEIGHT

24.0m . 12.Om
: I 9.5 m

FOR FOUNDATION FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE -69 DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE

1m3

__c_-

--.

1 In4 1 8 5

9032

i 2850 cm
i
2280

11
10

/
j

: 100
:360

SUPPORT CONOlTlON FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES


MATERIALS CONCRETE

: : :
M25

9000

10

,399

STEEL

Fe415

Z-321103 3-3&04

3-6~14lob6_

360

DIMENSIONS

ARE IN mm REFER CONOlTlot4 PURLIN LUG(t) FACE : 100 SEISMlC ZONES : COLUMN :

FOUNDATiON FORCES NALVSIS TABLE- 90 STANCE FRO,,, WE OF THE NEAREST a EXTERNAL b RIOGE

M25

3-32&M

2-33so2 4-32003 2-1w11

SECTION

BB

-l 750!

29 250 DRAWING
Wo. AN0 SPACING OF FURLINS SLOPE Ml N2 R

NO.

91

.&FE!4

TABLE

91 1

~ I-O& BATS
NOTE 1 2 3 ALL DIMENSION5 ARE IN mm REFER PURLIN COLUMN LUG CF.) FOR fOUNOATK)N FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE _ 91 DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b. RIOGE

1 ONE : 3G.Om

PRINCIPAL RAFTER
N~F~~~ACING PURLINS,

1 WI 3 1 mc
I

9991 9925

9104 9071

4817
I ( 3613

13
13

/
/

1334
1304

FROM THE

FACE :lm :300

I Ill 5

I9947

i go4g

! 28got~l

SPACING COLUMN HEKjnT SIJPf@4T CONOITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS CCNCRETE STEEL

:
:

6.0m 9.5m HINGED

: :

M25 Fe415

4-=4---i
OCIAWING No. 92
, I Ii1 H2 No. AND SPACING OF PLIRLINS --~-p-PRINC!PAL RAFTER

(REFER

TABLE 92)

NOTE
1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

SLOPE

I
,

---- -- .-~~---~- 2 p;;fL$=$PACING


/ . 3

FOR KJUNDATION FORCES REFER TO ANALYSIS TABLE_92


PISTANCE OF THE NEAREST a EXTERNAL b RIDGE PURLlN LUG (q) FACE x)0 300

-----~~~.~~~~-~~..~~~_~~~____
1 8 6

1in 3

FROM THE

COLUMN

I
lx)28 11967

1 I 5

2870

12

1416

No.OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HElGHl SUPPCRT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

ONE 3O.Om : 6.0 m : 12 5 m : HINGED


:

M25

1 Fe415

uz
I---

_-.-.

L86T :(.L T S) EP dS

_ 4-32qo4 2-16~tl3 -

2-32aO2 4-32-1(o)

2 -16M2

1 DRAWINGNO.
I I I I
1 NO AN0 SPACING t NOTE ALL OIMENSIONS ARE IN mm REFER WRLIN COLUMN uIG( FACE a) x)0 360

94

(REFER

TABLE 94)

FOR FUUNOATIGN FORCES TO ANALYSIS TABLE-94 DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST a EXTERNAL b RIDGE

No. OF BAVS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES
MATERIALS CONCRETE

: ONE : 30.0m :lZ.Om : 12.5 m : HINGE0

STEEL

M2S Fe415

3-16M6

Z-123107

SECTION

BB

SECTION

CC

L4oa 1
7

6600 DRAWlNG . No. AND SPACING OF FURLINS ,. ExTEAlOR RAflER MoF FumIN5 SlaCING 1196 1170 1156 INTERIOR FUFTER pt$p: L 4 4 4 S SPACING 1361 1346 1330 NOTE Al_LOlMENSlONS ARE IN mm 2 3 R)R FOUNOATKW FORCES REFER lU ANALYSIS TABLE -95 PURLIN LUG(q) GI5TANCE OF ME NEAREST FRO&, THE o. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE 100 No. SPAN SPACING COLUbw HElWl No. 95 (REFER : TWO : 9.0 m TABLE 95)

Of BAYS

W=I

Hz

R-

,6.0m

1 Ifn4 rn5

5260 I 906 5322

4712 4666 4672

l367 1025 620

5 5 5

SEISMC
MATERIALS

ZONES

RIDGE VALLEY

:3m :300

: M 25
:Fe415

l&81137-260

,18-t3@7-260

3-16406

26-6#tlto36-250 L-IGUV 2-12IO8 I 7-16tm

26-Bpllto#-250
26-Bdlto36-250

__ __..~___

___

-4
Na.ANO SLOR n, Hz R EXTERtOA SPACIW OF FVALINS RAFm RAFTER 1 IMERLYl NmE ALLOtMENY0((5 IOR FCUNMYDN MALI sts TheLt ln3 tm4 1-S 6782 61307 66% 6212 6188 6172 l36f 1025 820 5 5 S 1197 1168 1155 4 4 4 1381 13b6 1330 3. OISTAMCE FROC THE OF lnE a. c ARE IN I)LI1 FORCES - 96 mEAmEs EXTERNAL *ALLET REFER 10

ORAWNG No. 96
No.OFBAYS SPAN SPACING

(REFER

TABLE

966)

!fW : 9.0m : 6.Om

axuM

MElerr

PmLlN LUG (0 ODLlJWt M: 100 : 300 :x)0

b. RIOGC

MAlEmMs:
STEEL

: M25 : :ee415

,
, lSat3l260 ,lb#31-260

Z-1692,IGG LONG 8, EXTRA 2o-wlto30-550

2-12+07 2-?24#3. b-1&02 L-l6#03 Pfmlto3~ x)-6tHltoxJ~

4
x
-250
-250

2-12490 3-mao2 4-leuO3 l-l&@5


--A

ZO-lwttc !30-250

SECTION

AA

20 +mlb 30 2@-6aFllto30

-I

MON

3. DISTANCE 1000 800 1 4 1326 1310

OF lWC NEAREST b.WCGC c VALLEV

MLIN

LUG t%) : 360 : 300 MMaaAls: -

5 5

1166 1173

M25 : Fell15
:

51!7%i:

stw:

009 09c
001:

: :

UllVA 3301u 33VY NNITIQ) lVNU3113

2 P 0 M m

S3Niz

a3FXJIH : NolAm
w5.g :

u4v

7335 WYW3 . s-ivlM3lvw WSIK aNlMll*w IMaddns

(,,Slll

Ni-lMfld lS~T3N 3bU d0 3~NVlSlO t 86- 319~1 snrtwu m3d3Y S3~Uod NouvaNnoJl YQI 2 a SNOISNPPllOllV 1

w 021
WO.6

:
:

OMl : (96 3lBtfl %k43to

lH9IW twIlla 9NT)VdS NMS SAV0 30 ON 96 ON 9Nu1)310


3

Iii
SC@t-1 COW-~

I II

osL-9cwlLsuz
OSz-9E~llD10-9z VV NOll3k

I
2-12NOl

c
-250

812*10 2-m l-la832 4-m 316w3

El%@
4-l6?m2 L-l&403 2~&mY3O-EO 2(t6mn03e2x~

=JkB
T 77
ORAWNG No. 99 [REFER TABLE991 m

2ck5*nto30-2sl 20-wlto30-250

+&OO

11600

No.*no SLDFl! n, I43 R

SPACING OP WRLINS IMERKm rUFlm &gLFti 6 5 s SPACNG 1145 13.96 l360

WTE
1. ALLDIMENYOt6 2 *RE IN 1)(11 IOA fOIJNMTIoII FORCES REFU ANALYSIS TABLE _ 99

EXTERIOR RAFTER &ye SmCIwG 6 6 6 1273 1243 1230

,r3 1m4

6202 5307 5324

4712 4688 4612

1867 1400 1120

No. Of GAYS SPAN SPACING CoLum HEioR SWFORT cavomoN

: TWO
:lZ.Om : 6.0m : S.Om

: HINGED I
:M25 :Fe415

WUREST RLRLIN L&u 3. DISTANCE OF M fRCM lHE o. EXTERNAL aDLW AQ: 100 : 300 b. RISE c VALLO :3M)

zkk&MATERIALS

,,ns

EF

.29-8057-210

4-16?!04

Z-12UOY z-12QY 4-16806

-16lbn

SECTION DO

SECTION

cc

THREE EXTRI

LINKI

II

l_lbtloz_2661tlllo36-250

3-1602 l-l%33 6-m

26+lll~656- 250 26wll to36-250

l-l6802 3-lmcn ,4-16sO4

4-l&04 26-&Fllto36-250

2-1m sLtZTIW DO

i-s@4

5ool
1 7

,f 500

1500 1

1 DRAWING No. 100

(REFER : TWO :lZOm : 6.0m : 6.5m


:

TABLE IKJ)

1 SLOPE n, n2
6212 61% 6172 1867 1400 ltZ0 6 6 6 1272 1243 1229 6 5 5 J 1145 13% 1360

1. ALLDIMENSIONS ARE IN mm 1 IOR FOUNMRON FORCES REFER IO


ANALYSIS TABLE _ 100 3. DISTANCE FRCU WE OF THE NE*REST PulLIN Lffi(G) a. EXTERNAL COLUMN RQ : 100 : 300 b. RIOCE

No.OF BAYS SPAN SPACING


COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT coN)ITION FORAlJ_WlNO AM

HlNGEC

,,,a 6704
lnnb 1-S
6609 6825

SEISMIC ZONES MATERIALS :

I
: :

r/

c VALLEV

: a00

M25 Fe 415

32cw3 Z-121109

-3 -201103

2-124uo 2-123LIo 6-16107

SECTION

88

I!+milo7
3-20#03.

30- 6#82k41-320 2-2Oxt2 I 2-2GQOs

30-.9*IZto+32U 2-QeO9
I-

c2ow2 3Pm3
*6a2to4l-320 3oai2Io41-3 T4

41-320 3M!U12to 41-320

2-i 3-i 2-:

~OLJNMllON
1 9nlY 1 1 11500

----r-r
1 5cb 1
L -

DRAWING SPAN SPACING

NO. 101

(REFER : TWO

TABLElOl)

No. AN0 SPACING


SLOPE N, Nz R EXTERIOR RAFYER

No. OF BAvf
COLUMN SUFPORT FOR ALL SEISMC MATERIALS

OF RIRLINS IMERIOR RAFm SPACING 1145 l?%

NOTE 1. ALLOIMENSIM 2 ARE IN mm REFER 10 R)R FOUNO*TION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE_101

&$
1*3 lll~ 1ins 9854 9865 9906 9140 91x) 9090 1633 1375 1100 6 6 6

sbwclffi
1295 12 64 izso

,,$F&
6 5 5

HEIGHT
CZf4DlTION WIND ZONES : nK) I

:12.0m : 6.0m : 9.Sm : HINGED

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PIRLIN LlJGh) FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN F*= ! 100 : 300 b RIDGE c VALLEY .300

: :

M2S FeLlS

\w

l-2oRO3

3-2CWO3

3-20004

16ulNO27~320 3-2WO2 l-200) 16-WI2 2-law9 to2?-320 I 7-2oaa IIP

15001
1

11

so0

so0 a

1
DRAWN6 b. 102 (RERA TABLEIOZ)

No.oFmA*s
SPAM
-QNG

: TWO
:Q.Om

1. *LLIMEW~~~ 2

*AE

m IU REFEn 1D LUG ((J KiWE:~

:i2.Om

mOR FowM7lw FORCES ANALVS(S TABLE -102 OF M a. c )ILuLSl FAQY fnE

colamNElGm %l-T MATEmAls :

3. DISTANCE

PWLIM

EXTERNAL COLu*( VALLEI

b. RIffiE

wwsmI

: 5.Om : HINGED

: M25 f fi415

29-303-210

29-w33-210

l-20+03

3-mu04

fioPO3

z-ma9

z-l2mo

Z-law36 6-16~37 s-16aO7

2t--%lt12162-320 l-zoM2 3-2CUO3&2~1

l-2wQ 3-MO3

2W44z(032-3M SECTION AA

- --..-- i

1
NOTE 1. ALLDIHENSION5 2 ARE IN mm

l-2Om2 3-?om3 3-M)04

OLWOATtON

DRAWING

No.

103

(REFER

TABLE1031

No. AND SPACING SLOPE n, nf R EXTERIOR a GLy* 6 6 6 RAFTER SPACING 1285 1254

OF FURLINS

INTERIOR RAFTER ,$L$$S 5 5 5 SPACING 1416 . 138 1365

SPAN SPACING

,n3 ItnL 1-S 1

6851 6663

6140 6110

1833 1375

R)R FOUNMTION FORCES REFER 10 TABLE. 103 ANALYSIS OF ME NEIRST PLMLIN 3. DISTANCE FRW THE a. EXTERNAL b. RIOCL c VALLEV COLUMN

couJMh(H!EIGHl
SUPPORT ConQLUG(E) : tw : 360 : 300

: 12.0m ; n8.g : HlNCXlJ I : :


M25 Fe415

FA=

FoxRLkw&MATERIALS :

6903

6090

1100

1241

L=d-

2981w-2x),

4_2oxos

-1300

LONG
16-66tCb29320

II

.t~ewt14to29-320

2-12*3 %lPcIY

B-2owl __ __ L.-.-._.__.

16-E#l4(029-320 16-Wl4to29-320 t

ME IELALVstS J. DISTANCO FRDbt ME TA8LC OF o.

IN

mm
REFER

FORCES

10

-lob

NEARST CULIN EXTERNAL oMuyI( AQ:

US(~)
100

b. RtD8E
s vAuEv

C3-2WO2 3-2wo3

44-6#36-210

2-12+t.l2

21-WlSk66-320 1 2l-6tk15to35-321
I
y)[)

17 500

I 001 I -

DRAWMG

No. 105

RXFER

TABLE1051

No. AND SPACING !vDR nt n2 R Ex7ERlOR RAFTER L &yH ,nf 6617 664s 6664 6176 6149 6131 2650 2136 1710 6 B 8 SmCINt 1369 1336 1323.
I

OF RlRLlN!

I MERK J!.?i

tan4

ln5

1225

VALLEV

: 300

No. W GAYS SPAN SPACING cDuJw HElwl SUPfoRT FOR ALL WIND A)9 SEISMC ZoNa I MATERIALS : rrmcI= c&..nrlr STEEL

: TWO : 18.Om : 6.Om : 6.5m ! HINGED

. M25 Fe415

,44+lK6-210

,+4- 6#66-210

3-2W4

S-16fMl -

N2-25n02 3-1yO6 2- 2W7

l-25*02 1-gBt.O3;12-l2tn,

256;(16bLO-360 I rHZ*2

25-6d4lto65-360~~~,~ 25.8 161040-3 25-3-411065-3

AA

2-25aO2 3-25W6 t25-%F16tc40-360 25-6#41b65390

Ncm 1. ALLDIMENS10(6 ARE IN mm 2 R)R FOUNMllON FORCES REFER 10 ANALYSIS TABLE-106 3. DISTANCE OF lWE NEAREST FXRLIN LUG ($1 FROM THE a. LATERNAL COLUMN FACE :lOO :300 b. RIDGE

1225

VALLEV

: 300

MATERIALS : 1: CONCRETE
STEEL : MZ5 Fe415

SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CDNOlTIm t=oRAUwlNo 4\19 KlSr4c zws

: 18.0 m : 6.0m : 9.5m : HINGED

3~25zfx

2-12#15

3
IO0

2-lt117

3fkr
12 D 7 l-25lm3 l-2%04

336dmoM-380

33-tWW3-360

SECTION

AA

33-wn6bso-360 33-6ss1i063-38

1. ALLDIMENSIONS

ARE IN mm

2 mfl FOUNMM)N FORCES REFER 10 ANALYSIS TABLE. 107 3. DISTANCE OF THE lmAfiES1 PIRLII( Lu; (%) FWbl IWE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FAQ: loo c VALLEV

,44-Ml-210 i ,~

4L-tUtSl-210 / c_ ___

THREE EXTRA

LlNRf

x;
-.+--

/i.
i

TO~~OUNOATION 17 500 * .

DRAWING
k No.ANO SPACING OF FWRLINS EXTERIOR RAFTER I HIERIOR R4 F TER pu%LT;S 6140 6110 2833 212s 8 SPACIM; 1369 ;,&F):S SPACING NOTE 1. ALLDIMENSIONS 2 3 ARE IN mm REFER RI LUG tt, 100 : 360 550

No. 08

(REFER TABLElOB)
: TWO

SLOPE

n,

H2

! ,fi 3 jS8Sl
/ ton4 6883

I :--KS
_-7
_? .____ ; 1378

FCR FOUNDATION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE -100 DISTANCE FROM THE a. EXTERNAL VALLEY

OF THE NEAREST b. RIDGE

PURLIN

t,,
%_+

COLUMN

FACE

6903

6090

1700

1323

No.OfBAVS SPAN SPACING COLUMV HEIGHT SUPPORT CONf3TlON AKI FOR ALL WIND SEISMIC ZONES I MATEf?iALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: 18.Om 12. Om 6. 5m

: HINGE-J

: M25 ! Fe415

l-25%02 3-25so3 2-12*13 2-2%c6 l-2%!zo3 2-12#14 3-25~05 2-25x06

I
2-25to2, 2-12Sl3 1:2:010-3*0

Z~BR16MO-380

,3-25%iO5

2-12zd5

2-1zms

2-12M32-129122-lwl

WI
'

.r

5-240,

1-25Itof' 1-2%X 3-25UO5

~~

III I Ill

LF?!Y
-DRAV#lfJG No.

25-8~6161~40-380 2WN4lto65-380

109

(REFER

TABLElOg)

1. ALLDIMENSIONS 2

ARE tW nn, REFER 19

R)R FCUNMltON FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE - 109

2. DISTANCE OF WE Nl!A&W PLRLIN LUG(k) fWM THE e. EXTERNAL DDCIJMN F*Q: 100 b. RIDGE c VALLEV : 360 : 550

-No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMY HElGw SUPPORT CONDlTION FOR AU WIN0 ANJ SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS :

TWO : 18.Om : 12. 0 m : 9.5m : HINGED

: :

M25 Fe415

, 43-8042-210

. , 43 -&42-

210

l-2wO3 2-ma6 -

3-2%04

2-2sto4 3-2pO6 2-lZ#t

-2-121s 2-12tr17 Z-12303

-8042 -;

2-11e2-nwsl- 2Sno3 3-25002 3-29BOL t 33-e.w9to4~3m 33-fJH9104t d ._ 17 500 I f)RAwNG No.

il

I I I I II

33-6m9to41-380

IcttoN

DO

11G (REFER

TABLE 110

No. AND SPACt NG OF FURLtNS SLOPE n1 n2 R


EXTEMOR RAFTER I MERM RAFTER NOTE 1. ALLDtHENStONS FONMllON ANALVStS_TABLE ARE IN mm FORCES - 110 REFER TO

&yw
I,,,) IIn I IInS l3109 11605 1650 8 13028 a074 11960 1191s 2790 2063 8 6

SPKING
1409 1377 1362

&$&
6 7

SPACING 2 mR
122s 1395 1 1376

No. OFBAVS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SLIPPORT CONMTION


FOR ALL WIND ZONES : AN) I SEISMIC MATERIALS 1 CCNCRETE STEEL

: TWO : 18.Om : 12. 0 m : 12.5 m : HINGED

3. DISTANCE OF lHE NEAREST PURLIN LLG (%I FROM THE 0. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: 100 b. RtDCE 4 c VALLEY : 360 : 550

: M25 :

Fe415

--72-8343-170

2% 6ul9toL2-

380 2~8Jmd.2 2w#.iw2- 390 360

25-BDIBio 62-3

DRAW,,&

No.111

(REFFR

TABLEIll)

G 7
SLOPE Ii, H2 R

No. AN0 SPACING


EXTERIOR . RAFTER SPACING 12.35 1396

OF FURLINS ,NlERlDR RAFTER SPACING 1311 1250

NOTE 1. ALLDIMENSIDNS 2 ARE IN mm REFER TD R)R FOUNDATION FORCES ANALVSIS TABLE -111

GLSS
,mJ lo4 9889 9924 9946 9104 9071 9OA9 3617 2963 2290 11 10

;;Ly;s 10 10

No. OFBAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMV HEIGHT


SUPPORT FOR ALL cwomm WIN0 Ml

: TWO : 24.Om : 60m : 9.5m

:
]

HINGED

3. DISTANCE DF l?iE NEAREST PURLIN Lffi&) ., FRoL( THE a. EXTERNAL CX)LUMN FACE: tf3, b. RIDGE c VALLEY : 300 : 550

r,EISMC
MATERIAL%

i0NES
:

1 tins

10

1380

10

1265

CONCRETE STEEL

M25 : Fe415

33-&#l7bk9-380 3-25#.O2, 2-16lU4 12-l6d2

33-6wto4~360

SECTION

AA

i6Ob

t -

1 Q_ No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS NOTE EXTERIORRAFTER IMERlOR RAFTU_ L 1. ALLOIMENSIONS ARE IN mm $g& SFwlNG ,$T& SPA.(NG 2 RIR FOUNOATIONFORCES REFER 10 11 10 10 1290 1401 1366 0 10 10 1311 ANALYSIS TABLE -112 3. DISTANCE OF THE I(EAREST PtMLIN LUi cc) FRo*( THE a. EXTERNAL QDLUMN FA!!: 100

DRAWlNG No. 112


No.OfBAYS

LREFER :

TABLElIZ) I

SLOPE

n2

*m 3

12925 12066 12963 lM32

3600 2850 2200

lm4

1260 1265

b. RICCE VALLEV

: 300 : 550

1I5

12967 12008

SPAN SPACING COLUMY kw3GMT : SUPPORT cotanow : FOR ALL WIND L\H) SEISMC ZONES I MATERIALS : CCBICRETE : STEEL :

TWO : 24.0m : 6.0m


12. 5 In HINGED

M25 Fe 415

2-lM13 32+X ii ,31 O-360 360 25-8+16t040-360 25-8t161046360 SECl!oN -DO

*&6k40-360 25-bL~tiO-BO

II I I I II
I DRAWING No 113

(REFER

TABLE 1131

SLOPE

n,

Ii2

IMENSld

ARE

mm

, ##)3 19923

9066

3600

10

_p 13%

O 10

1 ;;3cJ

3. DISTANCE FRCU THE

OF WE

NEAREST

Q. EXTEWAL b. RIDGE c VA,LLEV

PULIN LUG ti., COLUMN RQ : fiQ :36O : 550

No. OF Bc\YS SPAN SPACING COLIJMY MIGHT SUPPORT I~MTION FOR ALL WIND AMI1

: TWO : 24.0m 12.0m 9.5m _. _. HINGED

KISMC
MATERIALS

ZONES

141~4

9961

9032

2850

/ 1

: : :
M25 Fe415

7 10 / lZS9

1 m9

9985

9008

2280

IO

1360

%F=

71-6Ftso-li;

71-8450-170 /

SECTION

BB

\,,

2-,~1-l3GGLONG G-2*10 __ _ .__ _ _^^

33e.+u7w+9-360 2-?.it$d6

1-321103, 1 2-lq6

J-32&33

2-32#02 3-32=#03 +t33-e#71&9-360

.I-37atO SECTION AA

L b&9-3dO 33-0*7to49-360 33-wl7lG49- 360 -32#)3 -32RO5

i-32&

2-i6Ul6 SECTION DO

33-Bn17!049-380 -k600i

23 400

1 DRAWING sGQJ_ ;, NO. 114 (REFER TABLE 114)

, SLOPE n, n2 R-

EXTERIOR RAFTER l$L%S

No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS I MERIOR MFTER Sp*cwks 1302 1414 1399 ,$j,$ 10 10 10 SPACING 1304 1273 1259

NOTE 1. ALLDIMENSIW ARE IN mm REFER 70 t%) 100 360 550 2 R)R FOUNMTKIN FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE_114

tm3 1, 4 1mS

13027

11960

3750 2613 2250

11 10 10

13075 11915 13106 11665 m .

3. DISTANCE OF lME NUREST PLRLIN LLG FROM THE 0. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE: b. RIDGE : c VALLEY :

NO. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLuMfu HEIGHT SUPPORT CONl3TlON FOR ALL WIND ANY SEIS)UPC ZONES MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: TWO : 24.0m 12.0m : 12.5m : HINGED

: :

M25 Fe415

SECTION

00

01

8600

DRAWING

No

115

(REFER

TABLE

115)

No. AN0 SP*CING OF PURLINS LJltlERlOR RAFTER INTERIOR RARER -r, r,


5280 4n2

NOTE > 1. ALL OIMENSIONS ARE IN FORCES mm REFER TO

I)
1367

I
,*;

zk
5

SRLCING &p,,
1198 1170 ll# 4 4 4

SPACING
COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORlCONUTKWJ

SPACLK. 2 FUR FWNDATIo(

: THREE : 9.0m : 6.0m : 5.0m


: HINGED I : Mzs

1381 1346 1330 1 5306 5322 ~ 4672 25 020 5 5

ANALYSIS DISTANCE

TABLE _ 115

Of TM NEAREST PlJRLlN w cc) FROM WE Q. UmRNAL CtXJMN FACE :lOO


b. RIDGE c.VALLEV : 300 :300

FOR ALL WIND AK)


SEISMIC ZONES

1-4 1ms

MATERIALS
CUKRETE

STEEL

: fed15

~Eclla4

Be 1 _.C..n,

SECTION S%e#37-2601

CC 3-mm3 I IJ-lwO3

SECTION

EE

/k

.3-lm4,1

(Dlll(o36-250

3 -1ws 3-164

26-6#11103626_6dllto36C -16S.02 3-16403

250

t
8 600

~4bo L

--

OFumnC
No.oF8*K

Na

16
---

(REFER :

TABLE 1161

SPAN SPACI NC COLUMN HEIGNT StJmNo(Tm

FogRA;: wc&~
: CONCRETE STEEL

: HINGED 1
: L(z5

THREE : 9.Om : 6.Om : 6.5m

b. RIDGE c.VALLET

:3w :300

u*TEm*Ls

! Felts

.
SltY szw ; :
OOE : 09E :

1317VA'~
33aIu xi
0
30

001 : 334
(-$I 0ll-l

NWTW -lvNa3ln NIlMId 153N*3w 3wl Y313Y w, 53JNQ1 MI BV

ml 33NVlSIO sIY1vNv Nod l-IV

now
f 2 I

LL,-3-levl ol

Nol1*0Nllw SNOISN3WIO

1333NiH UJOS ~021 WO.6 33tlHl

: : : : :

_.. ..~ ._ _.--- ---

73315 3A3Ymo3 : s7*w31*w s3NOt JlWSl3S QIJV ONlUI 77V UOci NollloNo3 ModdlK lH9lNI NWITlO3 9Nl3VdS NMS sA*Bdow

ZODSI-E SceSL-L

00

~011332

&Z

3
33 NO11335 33 NO11335

s
ah40
got191 10# 21 eoXLIEOU91-

09z-we-et /

fr.
33

,ialt
NOIL33b

iE=d-t
33

NOIl33S

33t!Hl ,_ --.
uJo+g:

._; .-__.
wl)*g : : :

sAw4ow -___. -..___ __. 3N13Vds


___.__-.a

Oili?NlH rug9

\--. . .- NVdS ___ y1uo)(13modd~ A+?! UwDt PKL.. JWSIK

29_8)31-210 I 4-lea03 -2-124)e Z-12*07 4-16ltO6. Z-l6W5

29-w31-210 2-16#05

4-16to3 2-lZscl9 z-12eo9 4 -16806

4-16=X 2-null9 2-12no9 4-16806

1
~tCllON BQ

500

L
cc

l-=--L
SEcnOM EL

SECTIOW

L5co 1

11500

1 500 !

DRAWING _~--

No

119

(REFER ---

lABLE119)

I /

Nv.a=eAK ;. *a. D:YE??S!e4S oc !Y ?II.e


lo

THREE
: 12.0 m

2 FOR mJNMlK*I AMLIStS 1

RJIKES REFER

TABLE -119

DISTANCE OF TN IE*RLSt PuRLIN l.l.6 tE) FRCU WE a. EXTERWL CmJYll f&E : 100 c. VALLEY

SECTION

18

SECTION

CC

SECTION

EE

z-12*08 2-12tt.07

2+ 6#tllto36

- 250

26-6dlto36250 2~Wfllto36-250 SECTION AA

26-(Is11to36-250 26-Wllto36250

D(umNG
Iyo. AND SPACING OF WRLINS RARER lm9 6784 6.909 6825 6212 6166 6172 1667 1400 1120 6 6 6 1272 1243 1229 6 5 5 1145 J. FRoLl ME DISTANCE 1396 13 80 0. EXllIRML FYL UG &) OF TIE NEAmT QWUN PlJRIN b. RIDGE :3M) C.VALLlV : 300 RITE 1. ALL 2 Foil DIYENSIOWS FWNMltQI TAME ARE IN mm RmC?ZS REFER _ 120 10 -.ofMrs CRLU _. -.-

______-

(lo

120

(REFER : :

TABLE 120) I

THREE
n.nm

WE

n,

n2

II

CXTLRKW RAFTER INTERIOR klNs

-*Cl=

SPACING
COLUMN liEGrIT

6.0m

AJULVSIS

: Kx)

1ml
1 Ins

SEISMIC ZONES FOR ALL WNO Am MAfER(AL!i :


COncRETE

1
: wzs

!SlELL

! has

ECTION

BB

SECTION

CC

SECTION

EE

lxx,!
,
Saw NI 2 R EXTERIOR thOF

I! 500

L 500 1

DRAWING No. 121 No. OF BAYS

{REFER

TABLE

121)

: THREE
:

No. AN0 SPACLNG OF PURLINS RAFTER I,,,,, INTERIOR RAFTER No.OF 1 .zn.r,..-

NOTE 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm

SPAN

1Wl39654 IIn4 3 RS 9q5 9906

9140 9110 9090

1633 1!75 1100

6 6 6

1295 1264 1250

6 5 5

114G . 1396 1380

DISTANCE FROM THE

OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE c.VALLEY

PURLIN LUG ($.I tQuhlfi FACE : KIO : 300 : 300

i ~ I

SPACING -1 ,,U ,1&I_ I 1 YC,IIYT WLY,. UlPPORT CONMTIDN FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: :

12.Om 6.Om as .,.-II! HINGED

: H25 : Fe415

29-W27-210

I 2WO4

29-8*27-210

p-6W7-210

-l-2am3 3-2004

-2-2OW3

3-2Olko4

2-2OSO3

2-12W7 S-16UO6

2-12809

2 'ho9 2-12009 5-16rO6

z-12rrg9

-5-l6$06

?-2OaO5_

w
0 h)

320

11500

L500 1

ORAWING Na
NaoFBAvs

(REFER : THREE

Ins

5402

4590

1100

1243

1365

c.vALLET

STEEL

: kbl

Q
2-12k07 S-16#06

, -rr+Tit 8\ -_i
29-6#2-210 -3-2WO3 3-2OEO4

1B
SECTION

2-12r(o9

-5-16#06

~CllON

lQ

cc

SECTION

EL

I//

,3-2OW3

12_zi+&::: #OI ____.__. __

3-20M3 ' 3-20$Lo4

I&
mREf 123 b. RIDGE

/ii
A02 _owE? -2oax !l

-WC . H, N2 I)

SfNCINC Of WRINS FLXTERIOR RAflLR 1 INTERIOR RARER


No.*ND no Of

Ho.WeAK
nolL
s 1. ALL DIYENSK*(S 2 1 fen fowm411ou *WL*SlS TAMEARE IN mm twfcR m

: THREE
112.0 Ill

,im
6651 6683 693 6140 6110 6090 1633 !375 1100 6 6 6

-II?465 1254 1241

m Of W&N5 5 5 5

SPA?4 SPACING
Wl.UMNtfElGHt SUPPORlCONUTO(S

**Cl* 1416 1361 1365

: 12.0m : 6.5m : HINGED


I

lnt
(~4 llns

OISTANCL Of THE NEAUE)t from rtax ~.cxrwt~~auwd

fURLIN UK; (k) fLtl:mo : 360 : 300

FOR ALL WNO AN)


sElsYc MATERIALS ZONES

c.VALLIFT

CONCRETE REEL

: M25 : Fe415

SECTION

88

SECllrn --

cc

SECTION

EE 29-wu-210

1 500

11500

I so0 1

DRAWING

No

-.___

124

(REFER

TABLE 121)

No. AND SPACING EXTERIOR SLm;, I 1n 3 9922 H) w2 L I 9068 R $$,Fm I SP*ClWG I RAFTER

OF PURLINS RAFTER .SPAClK. I 4 _ I. 2

NaoFR4vs
NOTE ALL OIM~NSIONS ARE IN WRCES mm REFER TO

[ INTERIOR Ido OF ,c,.YILINs

FOR FWNOATICH *WLnIs

TABLE -124

-i&l!
, en, rrns 9959 9032 9cm 9984 +y/

1262

1365

C.VALLLV

: 300

SPAN 5PACI NC COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONOITION FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISYIC ZONES I MATEFWALS CaKREtt REEL

: THREE : 12.Om : 12.0m : 9.5m : HINGED

,m2s

: Fe411

3-mu03 3-2CwO2 2-12111 2- 12wo S-IWO9

3-2oa.03
l-

2-ZOnO6 z-11*12

zwos

l-&9141034-320

___

DRAWING No 125
___._._~_

(REFER _~~

TABLE

125)

1. ALL OWENSlOWS ARE IN mm 2m -kamoAmm foRcEI REFER To 8 AWLISIS TABLE -125

OF BAVS SPAN SPACI NC


COLUMN HElGtiT

No.

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LGt%) FRCU THE a. EXTERNAL CClllMN FACE : 100 b. RIDGE c.VALLEV : 300 : 300

SUPPORT CONCMTION FOR ALL WlND ANQ SEISMtC ZONES MATERIALS :

. THREE : lE.Om : 6.0m : 6.5m : HINGED

CONCRETE
STEEL

: I425 : Fe415

2-2OaO3 -3-2OttO4

2-2WtO3 3-20*)6 2-12rtl6

2-1216 3-2OM3

SECTION LE

2-2aw2 2-2WO3 32wO4

_ 3-2&%i 30-81116th7-320 7_1cu, SECTION 17 500 AA 1 600 1 1 30011 6

ORAWIMG

Ma

126

(REFER

TABLE i26)

No.oFGAK SPAN SPACING COLUMN HElGHf S&PFORlC0NoIT~ FOR ALL WIN0 AN0 SEISMIC ZONES I hwEm*Ls :

: THREE : 18.0m : 6.nm : 9.5m : HINGED

CoNCAElc STEEL

: Yzs ! ro4n

I
i SECTION Bk

41

m3-

210

44-BOB3

210

44-W3-210

3 25W3 2- 12m4

3-251105 -l-2%07 ml p---q2-lt+15

l--=-L
SECTION CC
3-2511051

w.3 i
EE

SECTION

Z-2*6-,

2-12sl6,

,2&5/Z-12,tl6 33 BnsOa82- 80

-SECTION

00

DRAWING
No AND SPACING OF FURLiNS . NOTE NO.

No. 27

(REFER

TABLE

127)

SLOPE1 n,

Ii:,

R -------I?

i. ALL D$%E%S!ONS
2 WR KMdXTI~ON l&t)LE OF IHC

ARE FCQCES -127

IN

mm REFER PRL,N TO LUG {ii)

J&ii\:515
j! 3 i i 3!:>Ta%CE

In3

12924 12961 12986

12068 12032 12008

2800 2K)o 1680 .3 1 1346 /

8 8 9

1 /

1270 1240 1225

NEAR&T

i=;..;,,, !HE 0 e.0 Q:i4L CUUMY FACE 1 ,nL


1 In 5 b RIJr>:-

: 130 : 300

c iLii..F\
~.*_ ____

3%

_: __...

Of BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONMTION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: THREE : 18Om : 6.0m : 12.5m

HINGED

: M25

: Fe415

.:. _.._

_-_-_-___

z- 2-03

3-25402 z-l2ull

q oaus
-

3-251103

+ -

3-2y1)3 3-25tro6 2-12:lz 2-12&J

2-1*12

3- 2lmo9

Z-12UlD

__2-12rt12

>ECllon

08

SECTION

cc
lzi

,L2-2

I,--2

&-e850-?10

2-2Fsra

_*E3

DRAWING No.

128

(REFER

lABLE128)

No. AND

SPACING

OF PLRL;S l ALL GlMENSI@iS AHE IN mm

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGMT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMK ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: THREE
:lB.Om : 12. 0 m : 5.5m

: HINGED

: M25

-259 -25s

SLcTIom EC
\

2-12#14 1,2-12#14

---

2-11*12 2-12*13 2%6#l61040 25-604lto65-36

__

,25-9W6b40

-380

I25-08A1le65-360

-25 I

i
1500 1

25-~b40-3iO 2b384lla65-

360

(REFER

TABLE 129)

rb. Am0 SPACING OF NRLlNS WE n, n2 II EXTERIOR RAFTER i INTERIOR RAmER .

MmoFM*5
mTE 1. ALL OIYERYOIS 2 H IY mm fmmmoAnaCDllQIRtNR1ID AWL1515 TULE -129 08STANCE Of TN RIBREST PUUW fRoMwE 0.u7ERMLmiJwMHft:nx, c. RIDGE 1376 c.VALLEV LUG(k) :360 : 5SO

: THREE : iaom

Sp*M SPACI NC

oDun*r

Iwail

: l2.0 m : 9.5m

,mS

9922

9066

2800

1366

1225

: HIWED UATEHALS : SmEL : Mb ! k4A

I 7

1mS

9964

9008

1660

1339

.K+BC52- 210 3- a03 I- 2%04 1-25~07

438#52- 210 3-25 ia06 2-12 t117 2-12 a7


2-12 917

A---L---1-25M4 l-25*07

43-8052-210

3-25004 2-12#16 2-tZul5 2- 12eJ.4

SECTION

cc

SECTION

EE L,an52210

DRAWING No
ACING OF PURLINS a RAFTER _.._& I
!e
1

130

(REFER

lABLEl30)

, 2 3

NOTE 1. ALL OIMENSIOWS ARE IN mm FOR FwNDATIcN DISTANCE OF TN FORCES REFER NEAR=1 TO ANALYSIS TABLE _ 130 PURLIN IJJG tq, FACE : lfi : 360 : 550 FROM THE a. EXTERWL b. RIDGE c.VALLEY CUIMN

SPAC* 1225 1395 a70

1377 1362

I 7 7

1m4 1 InS

13074 13~)s

11915 116&5

2063 1650

8 6

No. DF BAYS SPAN SPACI NC COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CDNMTIDN FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: THREE : 18.0 m : 12.0 m : 12.5 m

: HINGED

: H2s : Fe415

60

2 -12so9 3-l-6

SECTION- CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

2-l61u2

-130

LONG

1 4a@ 66w

-..-.,

LOO!
No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS

250. 6600

zo-silliao-290

I 1 400 lo

DRAWING

NO.

131

(REFER

raeLEl3i)

llTC

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL :

: FOUR : 9.0m : 6.Om : 5.Om

HINGED

: M25 : Fe415

60 I-Hyo5

,lkW137-260

,18-W7-23l

l-W&05

z-lZW9

2-12909

2-llqlO9 3-16W.O6

2-12@09

2-lwO9

SECTION - BB

SECTION-

CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

DRAWING
No. AN0 SLOPE n, Ii2 R EXTERIOR SPACING OF PURLINS RAFTER SPACING 1381 1346

No. 132

(REFfiR lABLE132) :FOUR : @.Om : 6.0m : 6.5m : HINGED

-
NOTE 1. ALL OlMENSlONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLH TO LlG(E) FACE I 100 : 300

RAFTER

1 INTERIOR $iLES

2. FOR RXINOATION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE-132 3. DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST a.EXTERiJAL b. RiOtE c.VALLEY

11 3 1 en 4

6782 6907

6212 6169

1367 I 1025

5 5 1

1197 1166

4 4

COLUMN

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONMTION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS :

WWl-260 1-I 6NJ5 L-SW3 2-nm9 2-KM9 cmm6 l-16&5

2-12 a09 t-lZm9 - 4-WI06

_ZFCTlON - B &

SECTfc?ti-

cc

SECTION -EE

SECTION - FF

w c w

.I_,

IWW

.--

YI

111

20-wno30

SECTION-AA 6600 boo

SECTION-OD 8600

-250 SECflON-GG

1 460 1

OffAWING

NO. 133

(REFER

TABLET:

1. AU 2. i01 OlMEMSlW

No.OFBAVS -__ _.
5FAN

:Rx#
:

ARE IN mm 70
LUG CC) I 100 : 360 : 3co

IWwD*nac rORCf% nffts AWALISIS TABLE - 133


of TnE Nti4mfST b. RIDGE r.vAutv FROM= a.EAiEiWALGLUWn

SPAUNG cOwuN HEIGHT !zt%Joa~;~~

:
:

S.Cm 12.Om 5.0m

1 061Awx

RJRLH

?*Q

SEISMC ZONES MATERIALS : CorcREtE St=

: HliGEe

: M25 : Fe 415

19-897-260

l-16605-

c-16#JJ 2-12*9 2-12009 1-16+06

l-16*5

6m.03 2-12*09 242nl9 Cl6UO6

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

ORAWING NO. AN0 SPACING OF PLJRLINS EnERIoa RAFIER INTERIOR RAfTER


g$& SPACNG 1212 1163 1170

No.

13&

(REFER

TABLE1341

-r*

nz

NOTE 1. ALL DIMENSIONS


ANALVSIS

A AREIN mm REFLR TO

p$&
4 4 4 .

spACNC
1361 t326 13x)

2. f0R FWNDAllffl FORWS


TABLE _ 134

ln3 lm4
tmS

6M9

i61LO 6110 6090

1333 IO00 MO

S 5 S

wm
69op

3. DISTANCE OF THE MUREST PURLN LUG ($1 FROM THE o.EXTERNAL CCUJMN FACE I 100 b. RIDGE c.VAULV : 360 : 300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDlflON FOR ALL WIND AND SELSMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: FCUR : 9.0m : 12.0 m : 6.Sm


: HINGED

: M25

Fe415

2-16~~05

4-16#03 2-12 I+09

~2-16005

z-16*05

c-16#03 z-12tto9

2-12w306 4-1406 4-lW6 4-lEfto6 4-16~06

2-l/p09

_j__sm-&

SECTICN - BB

SECTION-

CC

SECTION --EE

SECTION

- FF

(I!!+

2O+MlhdO-250

20-Wllto30 1

-250

-4-u-

.----7 2O-Wm30-250

SECTION-DD

2~*1,,030_250
2O+l11o30-250

DRAWING

No.

135

(REFER

TABLE1351

No. AND SPACIW


SLOPE / H, / 113 1 I 4 is282 I5307 I 5324 I i 4712 4688 H2 / 1867 1400 R EXTERIOR &j;S 6 6 RAFTER SPACNG 1273 1243

OF PURLINS INTERIOR zRLzS 6 5 RAFTER SPACING 1145 1396

NOTE 1. ALL DlMENSlONS AR IN mm REFER TO

2. R)R IDJNDATIGN FCRCES ANALYSIS TABLE -135

3. DISTANCE OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG ($) FROM THE a. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE ! 100 b. RIDGE c.VALLEV :300 : 300

1m 5

4672

1120

1230

1380

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FOR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES 1 MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: FOUR : 12.Om : 6.0m : 5.Om HINGED

: :

M25 Fe 415

29-8#37-210 2-let05

4-16tlO3

t
m

12406

2-12+07 ClW6

1
SECTION - 0 0

8 If7
0

,2+6@7-210

29-M7-2D

.&_16Roj .1m5 .2-12tcl9

4-16803

z-16QO5

4-16X33 2-12809

z-12109 h-w06 c16ilO6

SECTION-

CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

-FF

SECTION- AA 500 :
I 11500_ I son 1 ll500

I.---w
5&l

26-6&36-250

SECTION-GG

r-NG
No AND SPACIffi SLOPE 4 M2 R EXTERIOR _ RAFTER OF PURLINS INTERIOR RAFTER -

p(o. 136

(REFER

TABLE136)

NOTE 1. ALL OIHENSIONS AREIN mm REFER 70

ERRLoINF5 SPACM tan 3 1 rn L , 6764 I 6803 6212 6186 1867 1400 6 6 1272 1243

2. mR FOUNDATION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE-136

3. OISTANCt OF THE NEAREST PURLIN LUG cc) FROM WE n. EXTERNAL COLUMN FACE I 100 b RIDGE r.VALLEI : 300 : 300

tnS

6625

6172

1120

12 29

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONOlTlON FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: FWR : 12.Om : 6.0m : 6.5m : HINGED

: :

M25 Fe415

)-2CW6

I-2ollOs

2-12all

2-l2m1

2-121111

SECTION - b 0

SECTION-

CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

xl-&Lj3tc42

-320

II

3&W3tc42-3X

DRAWING
No. AND SLOPE nl Ii2 R EXTERIOR ;iLcs lm3 10 4 ! 96~4 I 9865 j 9140 I 9110 / 1633 I 137s 1 I 6 6 SPACIIG OF PURLINS RAFTER NOTE 1. ALL OlHENSlONS ARE IN mm REFER PURLN TO LUG (Q FACE ,100 : 3al : : 3ljO

No.

137

(REFER TABLE : FOUR : 12.0 m : 6.0m : 9.5m

137)

RAFTER 1 SPACNC 1 I 1295 1264

1 INTERIOR

1 EL$
1 I 6 .S

1 SPACING
1 I 4s 1396 1

2. F[)R FWNDATION FORCES ANALYSIS TABLE-137 1. DISTANCE FROM THE OF THE NEAREST a. EXTERNAL b. RIDGE c.VALLEV

COLUMN

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONMTION FOR AU WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS CONCRETE STEEL

HINGED

I 9906
9090

I 1100

I
6

I
12SO

I
5

I
1360

: : :
M25 Fe415

1ns

3-2fXI4 f

3-20#4

2-12*07

S-16ttO6 I

SECTION - 8 0

SECTION-

CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

16-&11C26-3x)

kMo26-320

l-24102 3-203 f2QtO4 t6-ewb2c32o

,20*2 .2oaO3 2oRO4

f
166*11$26-320 J_soo

16-8ttllto26- 320

t Es!' zMo& r
320

500

11500

15-&ttlto26-320

I
I
SL)PE Y( tt2 R No. AND SPACING OF PURLINS EXTERlOR RAFTER &L~s 11n 3 1 I L 1ms 5348 5360 5402 4640 4690 4590 1833 1375 1100 6 6 6 SPACNG 1287 1257 1243 INTERIOR RAFTER GLES 5 5 5 SPACING 1416 1361 1365 NOTE 1. ALL OWENSIONS ARE IN mm 10 2. R)R FWNOATION FORCES REFER ANALYSIS TABLE.. 138

MAWING

N~J. 138

IRE6ER lABLEl36B) :fUJR : 12.0m : lZ.Om : 5.Om : HINGE0

3. DISTANCE OF WE NEAREST PURLVt LUG (El FROM TNE a. EXTERtiAL COLUMN FACE , 100 b. RIDGE c.VAUEV :361) : 300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONMTION FOR AU WIND AND SEi!%lC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: :

M25 Fe415

--

-i--Q--l

500

SECTION-

CC

SECTION -EE

SECTION

- FF

IL

fY
3

1- w?vJ-

.-.

2l*llto

31-320

rJ_r_yL r--T
I

21-f~WtcJl-320

SECTION-AA
11600 lSOO1 11SO0

SECTION-

GG

1 s&l 1
i_ mAWING

21-64Hlfo31-320 21-Wlto31-320

No. 139

(REFER TABLE 139)

NOTE 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm TO

IouNDAnow fW?CES REFER 2. m ANALYSIS TABLE -139 I

DLSTANCE OF THE NEAREST RlRN LUC (c: FROM WE a. EXTERi4AL COLUMN FACE I 100 b. RIDGE c.VAUEV :360 :300

No. OF BAYS SPAN SPACING COLUMN HEIGHT SUPPORT CONDITION FDR ALL WIND AND SEISMIC ZONES I MATERIALS : CONCRETE STEEL

: FOUR
: 12.Om : 12.0 m
: 6.5m HINGED

: M25 : Fe415

2-2cntOs

2-2CUO5

Z-2005

L-2m3 2-l?WO 2-12n10

2-lWJ7

6-16ttO6

2-l?UlO

.6-16#06

L
SFCTION - b &

l-.=--A
SECTION-CC

500

-l---d
SECTION FF -

SECTION -XE

2-12WI-

DRAWING MO. AJm R ExlERloaR*FlER i%%S 1600 1350 6 6 sPACw; 1306 1276 SPACING OF PURLINS INlERIoa ZL:, 5 5 RAFTER %xw'~ 1416 1301 (. z. a

No.

I40 (REFER TABLElLOl


:RxlR : 12.0 m : 12.0 m : 9.5m

No.OFBAVS SPAN SPACING COLUMN MEtGnl S$Wd$Nys SEISMIC toNcls MATERIALS !

: HWGEO

1oao

1262

1365

aMmETE

: M25, : Fe41$

kP 43 (S & T): 1987

_--

321

SP 43 (S & T): 1987

(VARIES

WINDWARD SIDE EXTERNAL PRESSURE WtTH ROOF SLOPE I

WLy-WIND

PERPENDICULAR

TO RIDGE WITH

INTERNAL

SUCTION

(VARIEti

WINDWARD StDE EXTERNAL PRESSURE WITH ROOF SLOPE )


c
-c --c

o*sp.

+o.zp

+ --c

o*sp

WL2-WIND

PERPENDICULAR

TO R@GE WITH

INTERNAL

PRESSURE

p-BASIC

WIND PRESSURE

+0*2p

WL3-WIND

PARALLEL

TO RtDGE WITH

INTERNAL

PRESSURE

DRG.

142

WIND

LOAD

ON PORTAL
322

FRqMES

Handling

point a=Width 2-12%2 of the column

SECTION

A-A

SECTION

8.8

Z-16*6

extra D-0

SECTION

\2 -120 SUPPORT DETAIL! 5-l Bn

6 extra

SECTION

C-C

(a) 6m

SPAN

CLADDING

RUNNER

140 hole for 12 $ bolt,

a =Width

of

the

rafter SECTION B-B SECTION A_A

4 SUPPORT DETAILS 2 -lZ++ 6 extra SECTION C-C 5

Maximum spacing of purlin IS 1.4m that of cladding runner is 1.7m M25 Concrete&Fe 415 and Fe 250 steel

and

(b) 6m DRG.No.lL3 DETAILS

SPAN

PURLIN PURLIN AND CLADDlNG RUNNER


__._. -

OF 6171 SPAN

Handling should be in vertical as it 1s to be finally placed

position

4. of rafter CHandflng point I

k of rafter Note: 1 2 3 4 All dimensions wind lin3 are and in mm seismic and lonet lin5 is

For all

For slopes

,lin4

Maximum spacing of purlin 1.4m and that of cladding runner Is 1.7m Concrete Steel MC0 I. Fe 415 and Fe 250

ILUUU

_. f

II. HTS (stress relieved strands) lS:6006-1983 lnitiol prestressing force in each strand =30.6 kN 6 Handling should vertical position finally placed be in the as it is to be

!iffenor 1

++-

SECTION

A_A

SECTION

B_ B

SECTION

C_ C

+tandliqpoint

;I

!
*

a = Width

of

the

rafter/

column

I, I+
loo 100

, iii+= t ; i5

y 3mmHTS

(b) PUR LIN

c_c
DRG. No.144 DETAILS OF 12m SPAN PRESTRESSED CONCRETE(PRETENSlDNED) CLP rDDl ING RUNNER AND PURLIN

ti20 ,140

hole for 124 bolt

SECTION

A-A

(a)

For 6m

Span
20

Purlin
LUG DETAILS

LUG DETAILS

\\,A4

DRG No.145

FIXING

DETAILS

FOR PURLIN

G.I. Flat washe-, Bitumen woshef __

88

holdtart welded

I
SIDE VIEW

I
SECTION A- A
(a) (Showing holdfast detail&j n
I

I
BRACKET FOR 6-DM SPAN DETAIL

SHEET CONNECTON
6.1. Nut-----------_, G.1. Flat worher, Bitumen washer A.C.ShWw

N!&

/fto
1

ZNoc ottO# holdfort welded M.S.Plot@ .s. Plot. 12040.12


n

,-ISA

60~6096 +loddii bnner

/ I:
et
ldfost nut __X_t

2-O# 3-M+

Links

ucoSIDE VIEW

SHEET CONNECTION
L3-8s L nllr

SECTION

B- B BRA&ET (b) FOR 12-O M SPAN OF CLADDING RUNNERS DETAIL

DRG. ~0.146 FIXING

DETAILS

__.-.-.-.

;;I P

L86 I :(10

S) Et dS

po*1*1-20#2

r2-

20#

1 ++

ff--j..
G-+.1-2oil2 ~32ameo 1 d!BA

bA

2-20#1

! I ) 13w Column

2-25*1 SECTION A A
SECTION

A A _A--_

(a)

CAST - IN12000

SITU t

(a)

CAST - IN - SITU

I I

SECTION

B B

:;b,.,

_~Iu

?I
P

u1 i

M.S.,Plate 3LOm5~Om12

DETAIL DETAIL P (b) (i) PRECAST FOR 6.0 M SPAN ORG. No. iP8 DETAILS OF EAVES

(b) (ii)

PRECAST FOR 12.0 M

SPAN

BEAMS

sP 43 (S & T):1987

/--6*ST

Cm + d/L

D, WHICHEVER (i3 * 100mm

GREATER

$1
B#ST .-TOP

H/G OR D,WHIf?HEVER tab P 100mm

GREATER

OF FOUNDATION

ST =STIRRUPS d =EFFECTIVE Ldt=DEVELOPMENT

DEPTH

OF SECTION

LENGTH IN TENSION

DRG. No.149 TYPICAL

DETAILING

FOR DUCTILITY

REQUIREMENT

329

1 0 2 0

INDICATES HOLE TRANSPORTATION INDICATES ERECTION HOLE

FOR FOR a AND b REFER

FOR DISTANCES TABLE NO. 141

TOP OF

FOUNDATION

OP OF FOUNDATION

ORG. No.150

LOCATION

OF JOINTS

AND

LIFTING POINTS AND ERECTION

DURING

TRANSPORTATION

SP 43 (S & T): 1987

P / _ SINGLE

OR

PIN

M
LIFTING EYES AND CAST IN STUDS

LIFTING

EYE

4
_.

.
.
:/
,-

-;

6 :_
--

4
0 ,
.. .,

STUD

-+. 6 I / .i :: . ., I :I . I l *., i .;, ;. 1 ;


.

crl

.-i
. . . . . ,

;.

A MECHANICAL CONNECTION GIVES AN ADDED SAFETY IN SLENDER UNITS

LIFTING

EYE

. I I : .I, :. . 1 I ;:j I.d .: 1 I : 1 1 .,,. I 1 .:I 1 ,;;.; . I I f 1 ( Q.___

DRG. No. 151

SCHEMATIC

DETAILS PRECAST
331

OF FIXTURES MEMBERS

FOR HANDLING

SP 43 (S &T):1987

800

1 PRECAST COLUMN

-lo-12#6 -lo-t2# M-12 -CEMENT #4 MORTAR 1~3 5

L--12-12*2 3125

42-12

#l

! 1

i
1 T

LEAN CONCRETE

ELEVATION

PLAN
a) FIXED BASE

DRG.152

DETAILS

FOR PRECAST COLUMN FOUNDATION

AND CAST-IN-SITU (CONTO.)

332

SP 43 (S & T): 1987

CEMENT MORTAR 12-8#5-----__

GROUT

LEAN CONCRETE 1600 9-lO#l

L9-10#1

ELEVATION

4-10#3
-.

-l6-10#2 I

4-1 cl#4: Q w

-9-lO#l
/
L

-,

9-lO#F/ I
I

1600 b) HINGED

PLAN

I
BASE

ORG. 152 DETAILS

FOR PRECAST COLUMN FOUNUATION


333

AN0

CAST-IN-SITU

M.S.rod woldod to

Bats Lap welded In-situ concrrb M 25

Cohn

BEFORE

ASSEMBLY

dta

mnmI mortar 1:3

Bars Lop welded

of mftor

SECTION TYPE 2

A- A

VIEW FROM TOP AFTER ASSEMBLY TYPE 1 (Refer


Table

No.%2

) TYPICAL CONNECTION &TAILS IN A RAFTER

DRG. No. 153

RAF.TER

BRACING

IN THE

END

BAY-

RAFTER BRACING IN THE INTERMEDIATE BAY

OLUMNS CLADDING RUNNERS i I

I
ABLE

VERTICAL BRACING IN END BAY

END COLUMNS

DRG. No.154

SCHEMATIC

ARRANGEMENT

OF

BRACING

!843(S&T):1987

7
ISA 50X513X6 SA 50X50X6

400
AAr

SECTION

A A

-/ \

DETAIL

COLUMN

COLUMN

f -,
6000

.-(a) STEEL BRACING

DRG. No.155

DETAILS

OF BRACING

(CONTII

336

SP43(S&T):1987

F@-

LOO

I 1

I
0

Q (@ 150 -2O#

u?

150

COLUMN

COLUMN

/ jvyI

6000 (b) RCC BRACING

FIG. 155

DETAILS

OF

BRACING

(CONID.1

337

SP43(S&T):1987

S. PLATE

150X70X10

TO BACK 6

GUSSET R.C.CI COLUMN

ELEVATION

ISA 50X50X6

PLAN

DETAIL DRG. 155 DETAILS

P (CONiD.,

OF BRACING
338

SP 43 (S 8KT): 1987

-M.S.

PLATE

150X50X10

.S. PLATE

150X150X10

ELEVATION.

PLAN

DETAIL DRG.155 DETAILS


339

R (CONlO.)

OF BRACING

SP43(S&T):1987

340

SP 43 (S & T):1987

LLEAN

CONCRETE

ELEVATION

12-12s 27

2300

PLAN
CO) FOR FIXED BASE (FOR omm4 REFER CLAUS 6.5.1 1

f3RG. 156

FOUNDATION

DETAILS

FOR CAST-

IN-SITU

COLUMN

341

SP 43 (S & T): 1987

1600

9-10 a 1

CLEAN

CONCRE

ELEVATION
P4-lO#l

plO#l

/-6%~@3 (,,a#2

1
I

500 600

1 i _ 1

PLAN
(b)sFOR HINGE0 BASE (FOR DESIGN REFER CLAUSE 6.5.3.1)

DRG. No. 156

FOUNDATION

DETAILS
342

FOR CAST-IN-SITU

COLUMN