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PRE ENGINEERED BUILDINGS
ï Tailor made building based on
client·s requirement & actual design
calculations using tapered sections.
ï A combination of built up section,
hot rolled section, cold formed
elements and profiled sheets
ï Designing and casting is done in
factory
ï Building components are brought to
site
ï Then fixed/jointed at the site
ï All connections are bolted.
BRIEF HISTORY
ï Steel was very expensive item in USA
ï The concept of PEB originate from here.
ï The idea was that section should be provided as per
Bending Moment Diagram.
ï This lead to the saving in steel and development of PEB
concept.
ï Industrial Buildings
ï Warehouses
ï Commercial Complexes
ï Showrooms
ï Offices
ï Schools
ï Indoor Stadiums
ï Outdoor Stadiums with canopies
ï Gas Stations
ï Metro Stations, Bus Terminals, Parking Lots
ï Primary Health Centers, Angan wadi·s
ï And many more«
Industrial Building Indoor Stadiums

Parking lots Railway Station


PEB
Aircraft Hangars Metro Station

Wear house High rise Building


ï Aesthetic Appeal
ï Faster Completion
ï Economical
ï Seismic Resistance
ï Ease of Expansion
ï Maintenance Free
ï Large Clear Spans
ï Controlled Quality
ï Self weight ï Self weight
ï More heavy
ï 30% lighter
ï Erection process is
ï Erection process is slow and extensive
easy, fast, step by step field labor is required.
ï Overall price - ï Overall price - Higher
30%lower Price per square meter.
ï Architecture- achieved
ï architecture-achieved at higher cost
at low cast
ï Foundation-simple ï Foundation- expensive,
design, easy to construct heavy foundation
& light wt. required.
ï Erection cost and time- ï Erection cost and time-
accurately known 20% more than PEB
ï Seismic Resistance- low ï Seismic Resistance- rigid
weight flexible frames heavy weight structures
offer higher resistance to do not perform well in
seismic forces seismic zones
ï Main Frame ï Sheeting
ï Primary ï Roof
Members ï Wall
ïColumns
ïRafters

ï Secondary ï Accessories
Members ï Ventilators
ïPurlins ï Sky Lights
ïGirts ï Misc.
OTHER MAJOR COMPONENTS OF PEB

CRANE BRACKETS MEZZANINE


& BEAMS FLOORS

STRUCTUR-
AL
PARTIONS

FASCIAS CANOPIES
ï STRUCTURAL PLANNING

ï FRAME CONFIGURATIONS

ï TYPES OF LOADS & ASSESSMENT

ï END CONDITIONS

ï CRANES

ï LOAD COMBINATIONS
ï Basic Frame
ï Width of the frame = 20 m
ï Height of the frame = 6 m
ï Length of the frame = 70 m
ï Bay spacing l = 7 m
ï Slop of roof i= 1:10
ï Wind speed v = 43 m/s
ï Seismic zone = 4

  
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Wind load calculation
Purline Design
Girt Design
Design of Main Frame
Base Plate
Anchor Bolt design for Moment Condition
Anchor Bolt design for Shear Condition
Gable column design
Design of connection plate
Cranes Design
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„ UNDERSTANDING THE ENGINEERING
DOCUMENTS.

ï Anchor Bolt Setting Plan


ï Cross section
ï Roof framing plan
ï Roof sheeting & framing
ï Sidewall sheeting & framing
ï Other drawings
ï Bill of materials
„ Preparation for Erection
ï Pre Erection checks
ï Receiving Materials at site
ï Unloading Containers
„ Erection of the Framing
ï Preparation of the First Bay
ï Main frames
ï Mezzanine floors
ï Crane Beams
„ Sheeting & Trimming

ï Sheeting preparation
ï Sheeting the walls
ï Sheeting the roofs
ï Miscellaneous trimmings
ï Fascia