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ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.

, NOIDA

DESIGNREPORT

Owner

RAILCOACHFACTORY IIT,DELHI IRCONINTERNATIONALLTD RAILCOACHFACTORYRAEBARELI(U.P) J685 SHELLSTORE

Consultant

MainContactor

Project

JobNo

Building

DESIGNED BYPrafull Mungle

CHECKED BYSaurabh Bhardwaj

RECOMMENDED BYSSB

APPROVED BYAnil Kumar Seth

Era Building Systems Ltd.


Head Office : C-56/41, Sector 62, Noida 201301 Ph. : +91-120-4145000 Fax : +91-120-4145030 Corporate Office : 153, Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, New Delhi 110020 Ph. : +91-11-40637000 Fax : +91-11-40637070 E-mail : embs@eragroup.co.in Website : www. eragroup.co.in

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ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 :


DESIGN INFORMATION
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Applicable Design Codes Material Specifications Design Assumptions and Load Combinations Design Basis

SECTION 2 :
ANALYSIS & DESIGN
2.1 2.1a 2.1b 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 Main Frame staad input file Purlin staad input file Girt staad input file Deflection & Bending Moment Main Frame Design Anchor bolt & Base plate design Connection Design Bracing Design Strut Pipe Design Purlin Design Girt Design Eave Gutter & Downtake Pipe Design Ridge Vent & Turbo Vent Design Flange Brace Design Sag Rod Design Sheeting Screw Design PUFF Panel Specification Screw Specification

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 RAIL COACH FACTORY Owner IIT, DELHI Consultant Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Building

Date 7-Feb-2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE Design By Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 1 DESIGN INFORMATION

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Date Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By Main ContractoIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P)Recommded By SHELL STORE Approved By Building

7-Feb-2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ S.S BANDYOPADHYAY ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 1.1 APPLICABLE DESIGN CODES

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. Owner Consultant Main Contractor Project Building

EBSL-PEB- 685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE

7-Feb-2011 Date Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded By BANDYOPADHYAY S.S Approved By ANIL K. SETH

APPLICABLE DESIGN CODES


Hot rolled and built up section are designed in accordance with: * IS-800:2007 (Working stress of Design) : Code of Pratice for General construction in Steel.

Loads are applied in accordance with: * IS-875 ( Part I ) : code of practice for design Dead loads for building and structure. * IS-875 ( Part II ) : code of practice for design Imposed loads for building and structure. * IS-875 ( Part III ) : code of practice for design Wind loads for building and structure. * IS-1893 ( 2002 ) : criteria for Earthquake resistante design of structures.

Cold-formed members are designed in accordance with: *IS-801 (1975) : Code of Practice for use of Cold-Formed Light Gauge Steel Structure.

Welding is applied in accordance with: Structural Steel Welding code of American Welding Society (AWS D1.1.98) * ALL CODE OF LATEST REVISION

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

EBSL-PEB- 685 Job No. Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI Consultant Main Contracto IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) Building SHELL STORE

7-Feb-2011 Date PRAFULL MUNGLE Design By Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 1.2 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. RAIL COACH FACTORY Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By Checked By Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P Recommded By Project Building SHELL STORE Approved By

PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ S.S BANDYOPADHYAY ANIL K. SETH

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
The following is the list of the material standards and specifications for which the building components have been designed S.No Materials Specifications
ASTM A 572 M Gr 50 Minimum thickness shall be 6.0 mm by continuos automatic submerged arc welding process on both side IS : 2062 Gr. A ASTM A 653 M Gr 50 .Minimum thickness shall be 3.15 mm for Purlin and Girts. Pre-Galvenised with 120GSM. ASTM A 572 M Gr 50 Minimum thickness shall be 6.0 mm by continuos automatic submerged arc welding process on both side Confirm to IS : 3443 including fixing on crane girder as oer tender drawing no. MEC/7983/05/12/STR/SD/030 Conform to IS : 1161 Steel Yields Minimum yield strength of 345 Mpa ,Minimum tensile Strength of 450 Mpa. Fy = 240 MPa Fy =345 MPa

Built-up Members

2 3

Hot Rolled Secondary Members Cold Formed Secondary Members

Crane Girder

Minimum yield strength of 345 Mpa .

Crane Rail - CR 80

NOT IN ERA SCOPE

Steel Tubes

Fy = 240 MPa

Partition & canopy Panel

0.50mm TCT ERA HI-Rib Profile

Fy = 550 MPa

Roof and Side Panel

Composite Insulated Panels having on top side Trapezoidal profile 28-35mm deep & 200-300 mm pitch with 950-1050mm efeective cover width. The profile having 2-3 secondary ribs in pan and an anticlimactically flute at side overlap shall be made of 0.50mm TCT Pre-Painted high tensile galvalume/zincalume steel grade AZ150/G-300 having hot dipped metallic zinc- Aluminium alloy coating 150gsm as per AS1897-1993 having 300mpa yeild strength with SMP coated. Conform to IS : 1161 & IS : 2062 Confirm to IS 14443 : 1997.Minimum 3 mm thick .

Fy = 300 MPa

9 10

X-Bracing Members/Steel Tubes Polycarbonate Sheet

Fy = 240 MPa --

11

Anchor Bolts

IS : 2062 Gr A.Nuts and lock nuts shall confirm to IS 1363 (Part 1 to 3) and washers shall confirm to IS 2016. IS 3757 Grade 8.8.Minimum bolt size 12 mm Dia/ASTM A 325 IS 3757 Grade 8.8.Minimum bolt size 12 mm Dia/ASTM A 325 Hot Dip Galvanized with Xylon coated with EPDM seals Confirming to AS: 3566 Class-3 70 ksi Electrode

Fy = 250 MPa

12 13 14 15

High Strength Bolts for Primary Connections Machine Bolts for Secondary Connections Self Drilling Self Tapping Screws Welding

Grade 8.8 Grade 8.8 -Futs = 480 Mpa

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. RAIL COACH FACTORY Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.PRecommded By Building SHELL STORE Approved By

PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ S.S BANDYOPADHYAY ANIL K. SETH

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
The following is the list of the material standards and specifications for which the building components have been designed S.No
17 RidgeVents

Materials

Specifications
600mm dia wind driven air ventialtors along with aluminim cage. M.S louvers shall be painted and fabrciated as per specification and tender . a) All site connection shall be bolted connections. All primary structural connections are made with electro galvanized high strength bolts conforming to IS: 3757 to grade 8.8.Minimum bolt dia should be 12mm and minimum 2 bolts should be prvided per connection. b) All shop connections shall be welded using submerged arc processand shall be in accordance with AWS D 1.1and D 1.3 as applicable. All butt welds used in splicing shall be full penetration welds. All welders shall be certified and qualified for wled sperformed.

Steel Yields ---

18

Steel Louvers

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19

Connections

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ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

EBSL-PEB- 685 Job No. Date 7-Feb-2011 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY PRAFULL MUNGLE IIT, DELHI Consultant Design By Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Project Approved By ANIL K. SETH Building SHELL STORE

SECTION 1.3 DESIGN ASSUMPTIONS & LOAD COMBINATIONS

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. Owner Consultant Main Contractor Project Building

EBSL-PEB- 685 RAIL COACH FACTORY Date 7-Feb-2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE IIT, DELHI Design By IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P)Recommded By S.S BANDYOPADHYAY SHELL STORE Approved By ANIL K. SETH

DESIGN ASSUMPTIONS AND LOAD COMBINATIONS


a) DESIGN ASSUMPTIONS

1 The frame analysis has been done using STAAD PRO 2006 software. 2 The support condition has been considered fixed. 3 The lateral stability has been provided through the frame action of the main frame. 4 The longitudinal stability has been provided thorugh the cross braced bays and longitudinal struts. 5 Roof purlins are continuous beams supported at main frame locations and span the bay spacing. 6 Side wall girts and end wall girts are continuous beams supported at main frame columns and end columns.

b) LOAD COMBINATIONS
**The load combinations have been considered as per IS 800:2007 WSM. **For detailed load combinations please refer staad file input.

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI Consultant Main ContractoIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Building

7-Feb-2011 Date Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 1.4 DESIGN BASIS

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. Owner Consultant Main Contractor Project Building

EBSL-PEB- 685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE

Date Design By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

7-Feb-2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ S.S BANDYOPADHYAY ANIL K. SETH

DESIGN BASIS
a) FRAMING CONDITIONS: Main Frames: Frame Type Building Width Building Length Bay Spacing Clear Height Roof slope Width Module

: : : : : : :

SCMS-1 (Straight Column Multi Span-1)

40m C/C of Builtup Columns. 156m C/C of Builtup Columns 13 @ 12.0 C/C of Builtup Columns. 13.7 m clear from FFL 1:10 2@ 20.00 m C/C of Builtup Columns.

b) BASIC LOADS :
1. DESCRIPTION OF DEAD LOAD

Weight of sheeting Weight of purlins Weight of Insulation Weight of sag rod Weight of bracing Weight of flange brace Total Dead load on Rafters Collateral load on Rafter & Purlin TOTAL DEAD LOAD ON PURLINS 2. LIVE LOAD

= 10.0 Kg/m2 = 10.0 Kg/m2 = 2.0 Kg/m2 = 1.8 Kg/m2 = 5.0 Kg/m2 = 0.50 Kg/m2 = 30.0 Kg/m2 = 0.30 kN/m2 (FOR BOLTS, PAINTING ETC) 20 kg/m2 on Rafter as well as on Purlin. = 20.0Kg/m2 = 0.20 kN/m2 = 0.75 kN/m2 ( As per IS 875:1987 Part 2 Table -2)

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. Owner Consultant Main Contractor Project Building

EBSL-PEB- 685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Date Design By Checked By Recommded By Approved By 7-Feb-2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ S.S BANDYOPADHYAY ANIL K. SETH

3.WIND LOAD

Basic Wind Speed = 47 m/s as per IS 875 Part k1( Risk coefficient ad per TS) k2 ( Category 1 as per TS, Class C) k3 ( Topography Factor as per TS)
INETRNAL PRESSURE COEFFICIENT (CPI)= Design Wind speed Design Wind pressure 4.SEISMIC LOAD = K1 x K2 x K3 Vb = 1 x 1.03 x 1.0 x 47 = 48.41m/S = 0.6 x Vz^2 1406.11 1.41 kN/m2

: : :

1.00 1.03 1.00


0.5

: Seismic Zone IV, as per IS1893-2002 Seismic coefficient : 0.24

Vertical Deflection Criteria as per IS 800:2007 (Table 6) RAFTERS PURLINS/GIRTS PURLINS/GIRTS : L/180 : L/250 for DL+LL : L/200 for DL+LL+WL

AS PER TENDER AS PER TENDER

c)LIMITNG DEFLECTION AND TOLERANCE Lateral Deflection Criteria as per IS 800:2007 (Table 6)
CRITICAL DEFLECTION CHECK ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION(HORIZONTAL) ACTUAL DEFLECTION(HORIZONTAL) ALLOWABLE DEFLECTION(VERTICAL) ACTUAL DEFLECTION(VERTICAL)

: 15000/325

46.2 mm

31.705 mm(NODE-20) AS PER STAAD FILE

: 20000/180

111.11 MM

79.651 mm(NODE-26) AS PER STAAD FILE

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Consultant IIT, DELHI Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Building

Date 7-Feb-2011 Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 2 DESIGN CALCULATIONS

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI Consultant Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) Project SHELL STORE Building

Date 7-Feb-2011 Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

SECTION 2.1 DESIGN INPUT OF STAAD FILE

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Consultant IIT, DELHI Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Building

Date 7-Feb-2011 Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

Staad Input forShell store.text STAAD SPACE START JOB INFORMATION JOB PART SHELL STORE ENGINEER NAME P.B.M CHECKER NAME S.B APPROVED NAME A.K.SETH JOB NAME J-685 JOB CLIENT M/S Ircon International Ltd JOB NO J-685 JOB REV R0 ENGINEER DATE 28-Dec-11 END JOB INFORMATION INPUT WIDTH 79 ***************************** NODE COORDINATES ************************************** UNIT METER KN JOINT COORDINATES 1 0 0 0; 2 0 14.4 0; 3 20 16.4 0; 4 40 0 0; 5 40 14.4 0; 6 20 0 0; 7 0 4.3 0; 8 40 4.3 0; 9 3.653 14.765 0; 10 36.347 14.765 0; 11 15.5922 15.9592 0; 12 24.4078 15.9592 0; 13 9.623 15.362 0; 14 30.377 15.362 0; 15 20 4.4 0; 16 0 0 -12; 17 0 14.4 -12; 18 20 16.4 -12; 19 40 0 -12; 20 40 14.4 -12; 21 20 0 -12; 22 0 4.3 -12; 23 40 4.3 -12; 24 3.653 14.765 -12; 25 36.347 14.765 -12; 26 15.5922 15.9592 -12; 27 24.4078 15.9592 -12; 28 9.62262 15.3621 -12; 29 30.3774 15.3621 -12; 30 20 4.4 -12; 31 0 0 -24; 32 0 14.4 -24; 33 20 16.4 -24; 34 40 0 -24; 35 40 14.4 -24; 36 20 0 -24; 37 0 4.3 -24; 38 40 4.3 -24; 39 3.653 14.765 -24; 40 36.347 14.765 -24; 41 15.5922 15.9592 -24; 42 24.4078 15.9592 -24; 43 9.62262 15.3621 -24; 44 30.3774 15.3621 -24; 45 20 4.4 -24; 46 0 0 -36; 47 0 14.4 -36; 48 20 16.4 -36; 49 40 0 -36; 50 40 14.4 -36; 51 20 0 -36; 52 0 4.3 -36; 53 40 4.3 -36; 54 3.653 14.765 -36; 55 36.347 14.765 -36; 56 15.5922 15.9592 -36; 57 24.4078 15.9592 -36; 58 9.62262 15.3621 -36; 59 30.3774 15.3621 -36; 60 20 4.4 -36; 61 0 0 -48; 62 0 14.4 -48; 63 20 16.4 -48; 64 40 0 -48; 65 40 14.4 -48; 66 20 0 -48; 67 0 4.3 -48; 68 40 4.3 -48; 69 3.653 14.765 -48; 70 36.347 14.765 -48; 71 15.5922 15.9592 -48; 72 24.4078 15.9592 -48; 73 9.62262 15.3621 -48; 74 30.3774 15.3621 -48; 75 20 4.4 -48; 76 0 0 -60; 77 0 14.4 -60; 78 20 16.4 -60; 79 40 0 -60; 80 40 14.4 -60; 81 20 0 -60; 82 0 4.3 -60; 83 40 4.3 -60; 84 3.653 14.765 -60; 85 36.347 14.765 -60; 86 15.5922 15.9592 -60; 87 24.4078 15.9592 -60; 88 9.62262 15.3621 -60; 89 30.3774 15.3621 -60; 90 20 4.4 -60; 91 0 0 -72; 92 0 14.4 -72; 93 20 16.4 -72; 94 40 0 -72; 95 40 14.4 -72; 96 20 0 -72; 97 0 4.3 -72; 98 40 4.3 -72; 99 3.653 14.765 -72; 100 36.347 14.765 -72; 101 15.5922 15.9592 -72; 102 24.4078 15.9592 -72; 103 9.62262 15.3621 -72; 104 30.3774 15.3621 -72; 105 20 4.4 -72; 106 0 0 -84; 107 0 14.4 -84; 108 20 16.4 -84; 109 40 0 -84; 110 40 14.4 -84; 111 20 0 -84; 112 0 4.3 -84; 113 40 4.3 -84; 114 3.653 14.765 -84; 115 36.347 14.765 -84; 116 15.5922 15.9592 -84; 117 24.4078 15.9592 -84; 118 9.62262 15.3621 -84; 119 30.3774 15.3621 -84; 120 20 4.4 -84; 121 0 0 -96; 122 0 14.4 -96; 123 20 16.4 -96; 124 40 0 -96; 125 40 14.4 -96; 126 20 0 -96; 127 0 4.3 -96; 128 40 4.3 -96; 129 3.653 14.765 -96; 130 36.347 14.765 -96; 131 15.5922 15.9592 -96; 132 24.4078 15.9592 -96; 133 9.62262 15.3621 -96; 134 30.3774 15.3621 -96; 135 20 4.4 -96; 136 0 0 -108; 137 0 14.4 -108; 138 20 16.4 -108; 139 40 0 -108; 140 40 14.4 -108; 141 20 0 -108; 142 0 4.3 -108; 143 40 4.3 -108; 144 3.653 14.765 -108; 145 36.347 14.765 -108; 146 15.5922 15.9592 -108; 147 24.4078 15.9592 -108; 148 9.62262 15.3621 -108; 149 30.3774 15.3621 -108; 150 20 4.4 -108; 151 0 0 -120; 152 0 14.4 -120; 153 20 16.4 -120; 154 40 0 -120; 155 40 14.4 -120; 156 20 0 -120; Page 1

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Staad Input forShell store.text 339 TO 343 TAPERED 0.712 0.006 0.412 0.15 0.006 ************************BRACING********************************************* MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 362 366 374 383 386 387 TABLE ST PIP1524.0M MEMBER PROPERTY COLDFORMED INDIAN 344 TO 351 TABLE ST 300ZS75X3.15 MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 278 TO 293 352 TO 359 TABLE ST PIP1143.0M 360 361 364 365 367 TO 370 372 373 375 376 TABLE ST PIP1143.0M 378 379 381 382 384 385 TABLE ST PIP1397.0M MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 15 17 29 31 43 45 57 59 71 73 85 87 99 101 113 115 127 129 141 143 155 157 169 171 TAPERED 0.782 0.008 0.782 0.35 0.016 205 TO 269 TABLE ST PIPE OD 0.1937 ID 0.1829 ************Support condition*************************** SUPPORTS 1 4 6 16 19 21 31 34 36 46 49 51 61 64 66 76 79 81 91 94 96 106 109 111 121 124 126 136 139 141 151 154 156 166 169 171 181 184 186 196 199 201 211 213 215 217 FIXED ****************Special Member Specification********************* MEMBER RELEASE 196 202 204 336 TO 338 END MX MY MZ MEMBER TRUSS 205 TO 269 362 366 374 383 386 387 MEMBER TRUSS 278 TO 293 352 TO 361 364 365 367 TO 370 372 373 375 376 378 379 381 382 384 385 *************DEFINED LOAD FOR EARTH QUAKE********* DEFINE 1893 LOAD ZONE 0.24 RF 4 I 1 SS 2 ST 2 DM 2 PX 0.5 PZ 0.5 DT 0 SELFWEIGHT 1 MEMBER WEIGHT ***** DEAD WEIGHT 100% ************* **MAIN FRAME-1 = 0.3x12=3.6kN/M ****** 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI 3.6 ***** DEAD WEIGHT 100% ************* **END FRAME-1 = 0.3x12/2=1.8kN/M ****** 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI 1.8 ***** DEAD WEIGHT 100% ************* **Canopy = 0.2x10=2.0kN/M ****** 339 TO 343 UNI 2 ************************************************************ **********LIV LOAD 25%************* **MAIN FRAME-1 = 0.75x12x0.25=2.25kN/M ****** 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI 2.25 **********LIV LOAD 25%************* **ENDFRAME-1 = 0.75x12/2x0.25=1.125kN/M ****** 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI 1.125 **********LIV LOAD 25%************* **Canopy = 0.75x10x0.25=1.875kN/M ****** 339 TO 343 UNI 1.875 ************************************************************ Page 4

Staad Input forShell store.text ***** Collareral Load 100% ************* **MAIN FRAME-1 = 0.2x12=2.4kN/M ****** 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI 2.4 ***** DEAD WEIGHT 100% ************* **END FRAME-1 = 0.2x12/2=1.2kN/M ****** 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI 1.2 ************************************************************************* ******************PURE LOAD CASE APLLICATION***************** *DL-DEAD LOAD *LL-LIVE LOAD *CL-COLLATERAL LOAD *WL-WIND LOAD *EQ-SEISMIC LOAD ****************SEISMIC LOADING****************************** LOAD 1 LOADTYPE None TITLE EQ-X1 1893 LOAD X 1 LOAD 2 LOADTYPE None TITLE EQ-X2 1893 LOAD X -1 LOAD 3 LOADTYPE None TITLE EQ-Z1 1893 LOAD Z 1 LOAD 4 LOADTYPE None TITLE EQ-Z2 1893 LOAD Z -1 ****************DEAD LOAD****************************** ****************DEAD LOAD****************************** *DL=0.30 Kn/m2 ***************** DEAD LOAD DISCRIPTION *********************** *WEIGHT OF SHEETING = 10.0 Kg/m2 ****************** *WEIGHT OF PURLINS = 10.0 Kg/m2 ******* *WEIGHT OF INSULATION = 2.0 Kg/m2 ****************** *WEIGHT OF SAG ROD = 1.8 Kg/m2 ****************** *WEIGHT OF BRACING = 5.0 Kg/m2 ****************** *WEIGHT OF FLANGE BRACE = 0.50 Kg/m2 *TOTA DEAD LOAD = 29.3 Kg/m2 = 0.3 kN/m2 (FOR BOLTS PAINTING ETC)*** ******************************************************** *DEAD LOAD ON MAIN FRAME-1 & SIDE WALL = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.3kN/m2 x 12.0 = 3.6 kN/m ******* LOAD 5 LOADTYPE None TITLE DL SELFWEIGHT Y -1 MEMBER LOAD 6 7 16 18 20 TO 27 30 32 34 TO 41 44 46 48 TO 55 58 60 62 TO 69 72 74 76 TO 83 86 88 90 TO 97 100 102 104 TO 111 114 116 118 TO 125 128 130 132 133 TO 139 142 144 146 TO 153 156 158 160 TO 167 170 172 174 TO 181 188 189 305 306 312 313 334 335 363 371 UNI GY -3.6 ********************************************************* *DEAD LOAD ON END FRAME-1 & SIDE WALL = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.3kN/m2 x 12.0/2 = 1.8 kN/m ******* 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI GY -1.8 ********************************************************** *DEAD LOAD ON Canopy = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.2kN/m2 x 10 = 2.0 kN/m ******* 339 TO 343 UNI GY -2 14 196 198 200 202 204 336 TO 338 UNI GY -3 ****************LIVE LOAD AS PER IS 875 PART-II= 75Kg/m2******************** *LL=0.75 Kn/m2 Page 5

Staad Input forShell store.text *LIVE LOAD ON MAIN FRAME-1 RAFTER = LIVE LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.75kN/m2 x 12.0 = 9.0 kN/m ******* LOAD 6 LOADTYPE None TITLE LL MEMBER LOAD 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI GY -9 ****************************************************************** *LIVE LOAD ON END FRAME-1 RAFTER = LIVE LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.75kN/m2 x 12.0/2 = 4.5 kN/m ******* 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI GY -4.5 **************************************************************** *LIVE LOAD ON Canopy RAFTER = LIVE LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.75kN/m2 x 10 = 7.5 kN/m ******* 339 TO 343 UNI GY -7.5 ****************COLLATERAL LOAD ******************** *LL=0.20 Kn/m2 *COLLATERAL LOAD ON MAIN FRAME-1 RAFTER = COLLATERAL LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.20kN/m2 x 12.0 = 2.4 kN/m ******* LOAD 7 LOADTYPE None TITLE CL MEMBER LOAD 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI GY -2.4 ****************************************************************** *COLLATERAL LOAD ON END FRAME-1 RAFTER = COLLATERAL LOAD x BAY SPACING = * =0.20kN/m2 x 12.0/2 = 1.2 kN/m ******* 2 4 8 TO 13 184 186 190 TO 195 UNI GY -1.2 **************************************************************** ***************** WIND LOAD CASES ************************** *WIND SPEED = 47.0M/S, K1= 1.0, K3=1.0 & K2=1.03 FOR TERRAIN CATEGORY 1,CLASS C & HT < 15.0M *** *DESIGN WIND SPEED = K1 x K2 x K3 x Vb = 1.03 x 47 = 48.41 m/s ****************** *DESIGN WIND PRESSURE pd = 0.6 Vz^2 = 0.6 x 48.41^2 = 1406.11 N/m2 = 1.406 kN/m2 ***** *PARTIALLY ENCLOSED & CPI =+/-0.5 LOAD 8 WL1 + 0 (WIND LOAD FROM RIGHT TO LEFT WITH +VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX -20.25 18 23 25 27 32 37 39 41 46 51 53 55 60 65 67 69 74 79 81 83 88 93 95 97 102 107 109 111 116 121 123 125 130 135 137 139 144 149 151 153 158 163 165 167 172 177 179 181 UNI Y 7.74 16 22 24 26 30 36 38 40 44 50 52 54 58 64 66 68 72 78 80 82 86 92 94 96 100 106 108 110 114 120 122 124 128 134 136 138 142 148 150 152 156 162 164 166 170 176 178 180 UNI Y -1.69 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 363 UNI GX 4.22 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX -10.125 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 3.735 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y -0.845 6 188 334 UNI GX 2.11 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** Page 6

Staad Input forShell store.text *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ -1.41 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ 1.41 188 189 UNI GZ -0.705 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ 0.705 ********************************** LOAD 9 WL2 -0 (WIND LOAD FROM RIGHT TO LEFT WITH -VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX -3.37 18 23 25 27 32 37 39 41 46 51 53 55 60 65 67 69 74 79 81 83 88 93 95 97 102 107 109 111 116 121 123 125 130 135 137 139 144 149 151 153 158 163 165 167 172 177 179 181 UNI Y 24.34 16 22 24 26 30 36 38 40 44 50 52 54 58 64 66 68 72 78 80 82 86 92 94 96 100 106 108 110 114 120 122 124 128 134 136 138 142 148 150 152 156 162 164 166 170 176 178 180 UNI Y 15.19 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 363 UNI GX -12.66 ****************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX -1.685 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 12.17 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 7.595 6 188 334 UNI GX -6.33 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ -15.51 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ 15.51 188 189 UNI GZ -7.755 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ 7.755 *********************************** LOAD 10 WL3 +90 (WIND LOAD FROM PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING WITH +VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI Y 5.06 *********************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 2.53 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 2.53 **************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ 16.92 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ -5.64 188 189 UNI GZ 8.46 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ -2.82 **********FORCES ACTING DUT TO EFFECT OF FRICATIONAL DRAG************ ************* CALCULATION FOR DRAG FORCE APPLICABLE ONLY IN 90 & 270 DEGREE WIND **** Page 7

Staad Input forShell store.text ****TOTAL LENGTH (d) =156.0M, WIDTH (b)=40.0M & EAVE HEIGHT (h)=15.0M*********** *COEFFICIENT OF FORCE =Cf'=0.04 (FOR CORRUGATION ACROSS THE WIND)******** *d/h=156.0/10.0 =15.6 > 4.0 & h < b ************************** *HENCE TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON ROOF= 'F'=Cf' x (d-4h) x bpd = 0.04 (156.0-4x15.0)x40.0x1.41= 216.576 kN* *&TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON WALL = Cf' x (d-4h) x 2hpd= 0.04x(156.0-4x15.0)x2x15.0x1.41 = 162.432 kN*** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT JOINT INTERNAL = FORCE/ (NO. OF GABLE COL SPACING X NO. OF BAYS) * = 216.576 /(4 x13) = 4.164 kN ** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 4.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5/2)/14.4) = 14.1 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 9.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5+5.1/2)/14.4) = 28.42 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT ON EAVE @ 14.4 M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)+ (4.164/2) ** = = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5.1/2)/14.4) = 14.37 kN ******** JOINT LOAD 2 3 5 13 14 17 18 20 28 29 32 33 35 43 44 47 48 50 58 59 62 63 65 73 74 77 78 80 88 89 92 93 95 103 104 107 108 110 118 119 122 123 125 133 134 137 138 140 148 149 152 153 155 163 164 167 168 170 178 179 182 183 185 193 194 197 198 200 208 209 FZ -4.164 220 222 FZ -28.42 112 113 FZ -14.1 107 110 FZ -14.37 *********************************** LOAD 11 WL4 -90 (WIND LOAD FROM PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING WITH -VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX 16.87 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI Y 21.94 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 363 UNI GX -16.87 ************************************************************* *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX 8.435 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 10.97 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 10.97 6 188 334 UNI GX -8.435 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ 2.82 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ 8.46 188 189 UNI GZ 1.41 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ 4.23 **********FORCES ACTING DUT TO EFFECT OF FRICATIONAL DRAG************ ************* CALCULATION FOR DRAG FORCE APPLICABLE ONLY IN 90 & 270 DEGREE WIND **** ****TOTAL LENGTH (d) =156.0M, WIDTH (b)=40.0M & EAVE HEIGHT (h)=15.0M*********** *COEFFICIENT OF FORCE =Cf'=0.04 (FOR CORRUGATION ACROSS THE WIND)******** *d/h=156.0/10.0 =15.6 > 4.0 & h < b ************************** *HENCE TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON ROOF= 'F'=Cf' x (d-4h) x bpd = 0.04 (156.0-4x15.0)x40.0x1.41= 216.576 kN* *&TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON WALL = Cf' x (d-4h) x 2hpd= 0.04x(156.0-4x15.0)x2x15.0x1.41 = 162.432 kN*** Page 8

Staad Input forShell store.text *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT JOINT INTERNAL = FORCE/ (NO. OF GABLE COL SPACING X NO. OF BAYS) * = 216.576 /(4 x13) = 4.164 kN ** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 4.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5/2)/14.4) = 14.1 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 9.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5+5.1/2)/14.4) = 28.42 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT ON EAVE @ 14.4 M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)+ (4.164/2) ** = = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5.1/2)/14.4) = 14.37 kN ******** JOINT LOAD 2 3 5 13 14 17 18 20 28 29 32 33 35 43 44 47 48 50 58 59 62 63 65 73 74 77 78 80 88 89 92 93 95 103 104 107 108 110 118 119 122 123 125 133 134 137 138 140 148 149 152 153 155 163 164 167 168 170 178 179 182 183 185 193 194 197 198 200 208 209 FZ -4.164 220 222 FZ -28.42 112 113 FZ -14.1 107 110 FZ -14.37 ************************************* LOAD 12 WL5 +180 (WIND LOAD FROM LEFT TO RIGHT WITH +VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX -4.22 18 23 25 27 32 37 39 41 46 51 53 55 60 65 67 69 74 79 81 83 88 93 95 97 102 107 109 111 116 121 123 125 130 135 137 139 144 149 151 153 158 163 165 167 172 177 179 181 UNI Y -1.69 16 22 24 26 30 36 38 40 44 50 52 54 58 64 66 68 72 78 80 82 86 92 94 96 100 106 108 110 114 120 122 124 128 134 136 138 142 148 150 152 156 162 164 166 170 176 178 180 UNI Y 7.47 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 363 UNI GX 20.25 ******************************************************************* *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX -2.11 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y -0.845 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 3.735 6 188 334 UNI GX 10.125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ -1.41 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ 1.41 188 189 UNI GZ -0.705 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ 0.705 ************************************* LOAD 13 WL6 -180(WIND LOAD FROM LEFT TO RIGHT WITH -VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX 12.66 18 23 25 27 32 37 39 41 46 51 53 55 60 65 67 69 74 79 81 83 88 93 95 97 102 107 109 111 116 121 123 125 130 135 137 139 144 149 151 153 158 163 165 167 172 177 179 181 UNI Y 15.19 16 22 24 26 30 36 38 40 44 50 52 54 58 64 66 68 72 78 80 82 86 92 94 96 100 Page 9

Staad Input forShell store.text 106 108 110 114 120 122 124 128 134 136 138 142 148 150 152 156 162 164 166 170 176 178 180 UNI Y 24.34 6 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 334 363 UNI GX 3.37 ************************************************************************ *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX 6.33 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 7.595 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 12.17 6 188 334 UNI GX 1.685 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ -15.51 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ 15.51 188 189 UNI GZ -7.755 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ 7.755 ************************************ LOAD 14 WL7 +270 (WIND LOAD FROM PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING WITH +VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI Y 5.06 ************************************************************************* *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 2.53 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 2.53 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ 5.64 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ -16.92 188 189 UNI GZ 2.82 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ -8.46 **********FORCES ACTING DUT TO EFFECT OF FRICATIONAL DRAG************ ************* CALCULATION FOR DRAG FORCE APPLICABLE ONLY IN 90 & 270 DEGREE WIND **** ****TOTAL LENGTH (d) =156.0M, WIDTH (b)=40.0M & EAVE HEIGHT (h)=15.0M*********** *COEFFICIENT OF FORCE =Cf'=0.04 (FOR CORRUGATION ACROSS THE WIND)******** *d/h=156.0/10.0 =15.6 > 4.0 & h < b ************************** *HENCE TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON ROOF= 'F'=Cf' x (d-4h) x bpd = 0.04 (156.0-4x15.0)x40.0x1.41= 216.576 kN* *&TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON WALL = Cf' x (d-4h) x 2hpd= 0.04x(156.0-4x15.0)x2x15.0x1.41 = 162.432 kN*** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT JOINT INTERNAL = FORCE/ (NO. OF GABLE COL SPACING X NO. OF BAYS) * = 216.576 /(4 x13) = 4.164 kN ** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 4.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5/2)/14.4) = 14.1 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 9.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5+5.1/2)/14.4) = 28.42 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT ON EAVE @ 14.4 M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE Page 10

Staad Input forShell store.text HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)+ (4.164/2) ** = = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5.1/2)/14.4) = 14.37 kN ******** JOINT LOAD 2 3 5 13 14 17 18 20 28 29 32 33 35 43 44 47 48 50 58 59 62 63 65 73 74 77 78 80 88 89 92 93 95 103 104 107 108 110 118 119 122 123 125 133 134 137 138 140 148 149 152 153 155 163 164 167 168 170 178 179 182 183 185 193 194 197 198 200 208 209 FZ 4.164 237 238 FZ 28.42 127 128 FZ 14.1 122 125 FZ 14.37 ************************************ LOAD 15 WL8 -270 (WIND LOAD FROM PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING WITH -VE CPI) MEMBER LOAD *WIND LOAD ON FRAME-1 21 35 49 63 77 91 105 119 133 147 161 175 312 313 371 UNI GX 16.87 16 18 22 TO 27 30 32 36 TO 41 44 46 50 TO 55 58 60 64 TO 69 72 74 78 TO 83 86 88 92 TO 97 100 102 106 TO 111 114 116 120 TO 125 128 130 134 TO 139 142 144 148 TO 153 156 158 162 TO 167 170 172 176 TO 181 UNI Y 21.94 20 34 48 62 76 90 104 118 132 146 160 174 305 306 363 UNI GX -16.87 ******************************************************************************* *WIND LOAD ON ENDFRAME-1 189 335 UNI GX 8.435 4 9 11 13 186 191 193 195 UNI Y 10.97 2 8 10 12 184 190 192 194 UNI Y 10.97 6 188 334 UNI GX -8.435 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON CANOPY 339 341 342 UNI Y 17.625 340 343 UNI Y 8.8125 ***************************************************************** *WIND LOAD ON ENDWALL COLUMN 196 202 204 UNI GZ -8.46 14 198 200 336 TO 338 UNI GZ -2.82 188 189 UNI GZ -4.23 6 7 334 335 UNI GZ -1.41 **********FORCES ACTING DUT TO EFFECT OF FRICATIONAL DRAG************ ************* CALCULATION FOR DRAG FORCE APPLICABLE ONLY IN 90 & 270 DEGREE WIND **** ****TOTAL LENGTH (d) =156.0M, WIDTH (b)=40.0M & EAVE HEIGHT (h)=15.0M*********** *COEFFICIENT OF FORCE =Cf'=0.04 (FOR CORRUGATION ACROSS THE WIND)******** *d/h=156.0/10.0 =15.6 > 4.0 & h < b ************************** *HENCE TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON ROOF= 'F'=Cf' x (d-4h) x bpd = 0.04 (156.0-4x15.0)x40.0x1.41= 216.576 kN* *&TOTAL DRAG FORCE ON WALL = Cf' x (d-4h) x 2hpd= 0.04x(156.0-4x15.0)x2x15.0x1.41 = 162.432 kN*** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT JOINT INTERNAL = FORCE/ (NO. OF GABLE COL SPACING X NO. OF BAYS) * = 216.576 /(4 x13) = 4.164 kN ** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 4.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5/2)/14.4) = 14.1 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT SIDE WALL @ 9.3M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)= ** = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5+5.1/2)/14.4) = 28.42 kN *************** *APPLIED FORCE ON STRUT ON EAVE @ 14.4 M LEVEL = (WALL FORCE/ (2 x NO. OF BAYS))X (EFFECTIVE HEIGHT/TOTAL HEIGHT)+ (4.164/2) ** = = (162.432/(1 x 2))X((5.1/2)/14.4) = 14.37 kN ******** JOINT LOAD 2 3 5 13 14 17 18 20 28 29 32 33 35 43 44 47 48 50 58 59 62 63 65 73 74 77 78 80 88 89 92 93 95 103 104 107 108 110 118 119 122 123 125 133 134 137 Page 11

Staad Input forShell store.text 138 140 148 149 152 153 155 163 164 167 168 170 178 179 182 183 185 193 194 197 198 200 208 209 FZ 4.164 237 238 FZ 28.42 127 128 FZ 14.1 122 125 FZ 14.37 ********************************** ***************IS800 LOAD COMBINATION FOR STRENGTH************* LOAD COMB 101 1.0(DL+LL) 5 1.0 6 1.0 ************************************* LOAD COMB 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) 5 1.0 6 1.0 7 1.0 ********1.0(DL+EQ X)****************** LOAD COMB 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) 5 1.0 1 1.0 LOAD COMB 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 5 1.0 2 1.0 LOAD COMB 105 1 (DL+EQ+Z) 5 1.0 3 1.0 LOAD COMB 106 1 (DL+EQ-Z) 5 1.0 4 1.0 ********1.0(0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ X+0.75CL)****************** LOAD COMB 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 1 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 2 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 109 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+Z+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 3 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 110 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-Z+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 4 0.75 7 0.75 ********1.0(DL+WL)****************** LOAD COMB 111 1 (DL+WL1) 5 1.0 8 1.0 LOAD COMB 112 1 (DL+WL2) 5 1.0 9 1.0 LOAD COMB 113 1 (DL+WL3) 5 1.0 10 1.0 LOAD COMB 114 1 (DL+WL4) 5 1.0 11 1.0 LOAD COMB 115 1 (DL+WL5) 5 1.0 12 1.0 LOAD COMB 116 1 (DL+WL6) 5 1.0 13 1.0 LOAD COMB 117 1 (DL+WL7) 5 1.0 14 1.0 LOAD COMB 118 1 (DL+WL8) 5 1.0 15 1.0 ********1(0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75WL+0.75CL)****************** LOAD COMB 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 8 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 9 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 121 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL3+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 10 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 122 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL4+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 11 0.75 7 0.75 Page 12

Staad Input forShell store.text LOAD COMB 123 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 12 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 124 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL6+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 13 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 125 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL7+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 14 0.75 7 0.75 LOAD COMB 126 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL8+0.75CL) 5 0.75 6 0.75 15 0.75 7 0.75 ************************************** ********1(0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75WL)****************** LOAD COMB 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 5 0.75 6 0.75 8 0.75 LOAD COMB 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) 5 0.75 6 0.75 9 0.75 LOAD COMB 129 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL3) 5 0.75 6 0.75 10 0.75 LOAD COMB 130 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL4) 5 0.75 6 0.75 11 0.75 LOAD COMB 131 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5) 5 0.75 6 0.75 12 0.75 LOAD COMB 132 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL6) 5 0.75 6 0.75 13 0.75 LOAD COMB 133 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL7) 5 0.75 6 0.75 14 0.75 LOAD COMB 134 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL8) 5 0.75 6 0.75 15 0.75 *******************B) IS800-2007 LOAD COMBINATION FOR SERVICEABILITY************* *******(1.0xDL + 1.0xLL + 1.0xCL)*** *LOAD COMB 101 (1.0XDL+1.0XLL+1.0XCL) *5 1.0 6 1.0 7 1.0 ******(1.0xDL+0.8xLL+0.8XCL+0.8xWL)* *LOAD COMB 102 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL1) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 8 0.8 *LOAD COMB 103 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL2) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 9 0.8 *LOAD COMB 104 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL3) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 10 0.8 *LOAD COMB 105 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL4) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 11 0.8 *LOAD COMB 106 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL5) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 12 0.8 *LOAD COMB 107 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL6) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 13 0.8 *LOAD COMB 108 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL7) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 14 0.8 *LOAD COMB 109 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XWL8) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 15 0.8 **********(1.0xDL + 1.0xWL)** *LOAD COMB 110 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL1) *5 1.0 8 1.0 *LOAD COMB 111 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL2) *5 1.0 9 1.0 *LOAD COMB 112 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL3) *5 1.0 10 1.0 *LOAD COMB 113 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL4) *5 1.0 11 1.0 Page 13

Staad Input forShell store.text *LOAD COMB 114 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL5) *5 1.0 12 1.0 *LOAD COMB 115 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL6) *5 1.0 13 1.0 *LOAD COMB 116 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL7) *5 1.0 14 1.0 *LOAD COMB 117 (1.0XDL+1.0XWL8) *5 1.0 15 1.0 *********(1.0xDL+0.8xLL+0.8XCL+0.8xEQ)** *LOAD COMB 118 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XEQ+X) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 1 0.8 *LOAD COMB 119 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XEQ-X) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 2 0.8 *LOAD COMB 120 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XEQ+Z) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 3 0.8 *LOAD COMB 121 (1.0XDL+0.8XLL+0.8XCL+0.8XEQ-Z) *5 1.0 6 0.8 7 0.8 4 0.8 ******************(1.0xDL+1.0xEQ)** *LOAD COMB 122 (1.0XDL+1.0XEQ+X) *5 1.0 1 1.0 *LOAD COMB 123 (1.0XDL+1.0XEQ-X) *5 1.0 2 1.0 *LOAD COMB 124 (1.0XDL+1.0XEQ+Z) *5 1.0 3 1.0 *LOAD COMB 125 (1.0XDL+1.0XEQ-Z) *5 1.0 4 1.0 *************************************************************************** PERFORM ANALYSIS *********** FOR A) IS800-2007(WORKING STRESS OF STRENGTH) *********** LOAD LIST 101 TO 134 ************* FOR B) IS800-2007(WORKING STRESS OF SERVICIABILITY) *********** *LOAD LIST 101 TO 125 ************************ ANALYSIS COMMAND ********************************* FINISH

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SECTION 2.1a PURLIN DESIGN INPUT OF STAAD FILE

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PURLIN MODEL WITH FLANGE BRACE

Staad Input for Purlin.text STAAD PLANE START JOB INFORMATION ENGINEER DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB NAME EBL-J JOB CLIENT IRCON JOB REV 0 ENGINEER NAME P.B.M CHECKER NAME S.B APPROVED NAME SSB CHECKER DATE 28-Dec-11 APPROVED DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB PART PURLIN DESIGN 12 M END JOB INFORMATION INPUT WIDTH 79 UNIT METER KN JOINT COORDINATES 1 0 0 0; 2 12 0 0; 3 0 -1 0; 4 12 -1 0; 5 0.74 0 0; 6 11.26 0 0; 7 24 0 0; 8 24 -1 0; 9 23.26 0 0; 10 12.74 0 0; 11 36 0 0; 12 36 -1 0; 13 24.74 0 0; 14 35.26 0 0; 15 48 0 0; 16 48 -1 0; 17 47.26 0 0; 18 36.74 0 0; 19 60 0 0; 20 60 -1 0; 21 48.74 0 0; 22 59.26 0 0; 23 72 0 0; 24 72 -1 0; 25 71.26 0 0; 26 60.74 0 0; 27 84 0 0; 28 84 -1 0; 29 72.74 0 0; 30 83.26 0 0; 31 96 0 0; 32 96 -1 0; 33 95.26 0 0; 34 84.74 0 0; MEMBER INCIDENCES 1 1 5; 2 5 6; 3 6 2; 4 3 5; 5 4 6; 7 10 9; 9 8 9; 10 4 10; 13 14 11; 14 8 13; 15 12 14; 16 17 15; 17 18 17; 19 16 17; 20 12 18; 23 22 19; 24 16 21; 25 20 22; 26 25 23; 27 26 25; 29 24 25; 30 20 26; 33 30 27; 34 24 29; 35 28 30; 36 31 33; 37 34 33; 39 32 33; 40 28 34; 65 7 13; 68 13 14; 106 21 22; 130 29 30; 131 2 10; 132 9 7; 133 11 18; 134 15 21; 135 19 26; 136 23 29; 137 27 34; START USER TABLE TABLE 1 200Z3.15 TABLE 2 250Z3.15 END DEFINE MATERIAL START ISOTROPIC STEEL E 2e+008 POISSON 0.3 DENSITY 76.9822 ALPHA 1.2e-005 DAMP 0.03 END DEFINE MATERIAL MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 1 TO 3 7 13 16 17 23 26 27 33 36 37 65 68 106 130 TO 137 UPTABLE 2 250Z 4 5 9 10 14 15 19 20 24 25 29 30 34 35 39 40 TABLE ST ISA60X60X6 CONSTANTS MATERIAL STEEL ALL SUPPORTS 1 TO 4 7 8 11 12 15 16 19 20 23 24 27 28 31 32 PINNED MEMBER TRUSS 4 5 9 10 14 15 19 20 24 25 29 30 34 35 39 40 LOAD 1 LOADTYPE Dead TITLE LOAD CASE 1 DEAD LOAD *DEAD LOAD ON PURLIN = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING= 0.2kN/m2 x 1.8 = 0.36 kN/m******** MEMBER LOAD ********W/O LOCAL WING********** 1 TO 3 7 13 16 17 23 26 27 33 36 37 65 68 106 130 TO 137 UNI GY -0.36 LOAD 2 LOADTYPE Live TITLE LOAD CASE 2 (LIVE LOAD) *******W/O LOCAL *LIVE LOAD ON PURLIN = LIVE LOAD x BAY SPACING= 0.75kN/m2 x 1.8 = 1.35 kN/m******** Page 1

Staad Input for Purlin.text *COLATERAL LOAD ON PURLIN = COLATRAL LOAD x BAY SPACING= 0.20kN/m2 x 1.8 = 0.36 kN/m******** MEMBER LOAD ********W/O LOCAL WING*********** 1 TO 3 7 13 16 17 23 26 27 33 36 37 65 68 106 130 TO 137 UNI GY -1.35 1 TO 3 7 13 16 17 23 26 27 33 36 37 65 68 106 130 TO 137 UNI GY -0.36 LOAD 3 LOADTYPE Wind TITLE LOAD CASE 3 (WIND LOAD) MEMBER LOAD *WIND SPEED = 47.0M/S, K1= 1.0, K3=1.0 & K2=1.03 FOR TERRAIN CTEGORY 1,CLASS C & HT > 10.0M *** *DESIGN WIND SPEED = K1 x K2 x K3 x Vb = 1.03 x 47 = 48.41 m/s ****************** *DESIGN WIND PRESSURE pd = 0.6 Vz^2 = 0.6 x 48.41^2 = 1406.11 N/m2 = 1.406 kN/m2 ***** ***1.406x(-0.9426-0.5) = 2.0282956 *MAX WIND ON INTERNAL SPAN PURLIN =Pdx(Cpe-Cpi)xBAY SPACING=1.406x(-0.9426-0.5)x(1.8)=-3.65 kN/m** 1 TO 3 7 13 16 17 23 26 27 33 36 37 65 68 106 130 TO 137 UNI GY 3.65 **********LOAD COMBINATION FOR STRENGTH******************* *LOAD COMB 4 DL + LL *1 1.0 2 1.0 *LOAD COMB 5 DL + WL *1 0.75 3 0.75 *LOAD COMB 6 DL + LL + WL *1 0.75 3 0.75 2 0.75 ********LOAD COMBINATION FOR DEFLECTION******************* LOAD COMB 4 DL + LL 1 1.0 2 1.0 LOAD COMB 5 DL + WL 1 1.0 3 1.0 LOAD COMB 6 DL + LL + WL 1 1.0 3 0.8 2 0.8 PERFORM ANALYSIS LOAD LIST 4 TO 6

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SECTION 2.1b GIRT DESIGN INPUT OF STAAD FILE

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12m GIRT MODEL WITH FLANGE BRACE

Staad Input for Girt-12m.text STAAD SPACE START JOB INFORMATION ENGINEER DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB NAME EBL-J JOB CLIENT IRCON JOB REV 0 ENGINEER NAME P.B.M CHECKER NAME S.B APPROVED NAME SSB CHECKER DATE 28-Dec-11 APPROVED DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB PART GIRT DESIGN 12 M END JOB INFORMATION INPUT WIDTH 79 UNIT METER KN JOINT COORDINATES 1 0 0 0; 2 12 0 0; 3 0 -1 0; 4 12 -1 0; 5 0.74 0 0; 6 11.26 0 0; 35 1.33 0 0; 36 2.66125 0 0; 37 3.9925 0 0; 38 5.32375 0 0; 39 6.655 0 0; 40 7.98625 0 0; 41 9.3175 0 0; 42 10.6488 0 0; MEMBER INCIDENCES 1 1 5; 2 5 35; 3 6 2; 4 3 5; 5 4 6; 138 35 36; 139 36 37; 140 37 38; 141 38 39; 142 39 40; 143 40 41; 144 41 42; 145 42 6; START USER TABLE TABLE 1 200Z3.15 TABLE 2 250Z3.15 END DEFINE MATERIAL START ISOTROPIC STEEL E 2e+008 POISSON 0.3 DENSITY 76.9822 ALPHA 1.2e-005 DAMP 0.03 END DEFINE MATERIAL MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 4 5 TABLE ST ISA60X60X6 MEMBER PROPERTY 1 TO 3 138 TO 145 UPTABLE 1 200Z CONSTANTS MATERIAL STEEL ALL SUPPORTS 1 TO 4 PINNED 35 TO 42 FIXED BUT FX FY MX MZ MEMBER TRUSS 45 LOAD 1 LOADTYPE Dead TITLE LOAD CASE 1 DEAD LOAD *DEAD LOAD ON GIRT = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING= 0.2kN/m2 x 1.5 = 0.30 kN/m******** MEMBER LOAD ********W/O LOCAL WING********** 1 TO 3 138 TO 145 UNI GZ -0.30 LOAD 2 LOADTYPE Wind TITLE LOAD CASE 2 (WIND LOAD) MEMBER LOAD *WIND SPEED = 47.0M/S, K1= 1.0, K3=1.0 & K2=1.03 FOR TERRAIN CTEGORY 1,CLASS C & HT > 10.0M *** *DESIGN WIND SPEED = K1 x K2 x K3 x Vb = 1.03 x 47 = 48.41 m/s ****************** *DESIGN WIND PRESSURE pd = 0.6 Vz^2 = 0.6 x 48.41^2 = 1406.11 N/m2 = 1.406 kN/m2 ***** ***1.406x(-0.7-0.5) = 1.6872 *MAX WIND ON INTERNAL SPAN PURLIN =Pdx(Cpe-Cpi)xBAY SPACING=1.406x(-0.7-0.5)x(1.5)=-2.5308 kN/m** Page 1

Staad Input for Girt-12m.text 1 TO 3 138 TO 145 UNI GY 2.5308 **********LOAD COMBINATION FOR STRENGTH******************* LOAD COMB 3 DL 1 1.0 LOAD COMB 4 DL + WL 1 0.75 2 0.75 ********LOAD COMBINATION FOR DEFLECTION******************* *LOAD COMB 3 DL *1 1.0 *LOAD COMB 4 DL + WL *1 1.0 2 0.8 PERFORM ANALYSIS LOAD LIST 3 4

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10m GIRT MODEL WITH FLANGE BRACE

Staad Input for Girt-10m.text STAAD SPACE START JOB INFORMATION ENGINEER DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB NAME EBL-J#685 JOB CLIENT IRCON JOB REV 0 ENGINEER NAME P.B.M CHECKER NAME S.B APPROVED NAME SSB CHECKER DATE 28-Dec-11 APPROVED DATE 28-Dec-11 JOB PART GIRT DESIGN 10 M END JOB INFORMATION INPUT WIDTH 79 UNIT METER KN JOINT COORDINATES 1 0 0 0; 2 10 0 0; 3 0 -1 0; 4 10 -1 0; 5 0.74 0 0; 6 9.26 0 0; 35 1.43 0 0; 36 2.86125 0 0; 37 4.2925 0 0; 38 5.72375 0 0; 39 7.155 0 0; 40 8.58625 0 0; MEMBER INCIDENCES 1 1 5; 2 5 35; 3 6 2; 4 3 5; 5 4 6; 138 35 36; 139 36 37; 140 37 38; 141 38 39; 142 39 40; 145 40 6; START USER TABLE TABLE 1 200Z3.15 TABLE 2 250Z3.15 END DEFINE MATERIAL START ISOTROPIC STEEL E 2e+008 POISSON 0.3 DENSITY 76.9822 ALPHA 1.2e-005 DAMP 0.03 END DEFINE MATERIAL MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 4 5 TABLE ST ISA60X60X6 MEMBER PROPERTY INDIAN 1 TO 3 138 TO 142 145 UPTABLE 1 200Z CONSTANTS MATERIAL STEEL ALL SUPPORTS 1 TO 4 PINNED 35 TO 40 FIXED BUT FX FY MX MZ MEMBER TRUSS 45 LOAD 1 LOADTYPE Dead TITLE LOAD CASE 1 DEAD LOAD *DEAD LOAD ON PURLIN = DEAD LOAD x BAY SPACING= 0.2kN/m2 x 1.8 = 0.36 kN/m******** MEMBER LOAD ********W/O LOCAL WING********** 1 TO 3 138 TO 142 145 UNI GZ -0.36 LOAD 2 LOADTYPE Wind TITLE LOAD CASE 2 (WIND LOAD) MEMBER LOAD *WIND SPEED = 47.0M/S, K1= 1.0, K3=1.0 & K2=1.03 FOR TERRAIN CTEGORY 1,CLASS C & HT > 10.0M *** *DESIGN WIND SPEED = K1 x K2 x K3 x Vb = 1.03 x 47 = 48.41 m/s ****************** *DESIGN WIND PRESSURE pd = 0.6 Vz^2 = 0.6 x 48.41^2 = 1406.11 N/m2 = 1.406 kN/m2 ***** ***1.406x(-0.7-0.5) = 1.6872 *MAX WIND ON INTERNAL SPAN PURLIN =Pdx(Cpe-Cpi)xBAY SPACING=1.406x(-0.7-0.5)x(1.8)=-3.03696 kN/m** 1 TO 3 138 TO 142 145 UNI GY 3.03696 Page 1

Staad Input for Girt-10m.text **********LOAD COMBINATION FOR STRENGTH******************* *LOAD COMB 3 DL *1 1.0 *LOAD COMB 4 DL + WL *1 0.75 2 0.75 ********LOAD COMBINATION FOR DEFLECTION******************* LOAD COMB 3 DL 1 1.0 LOAD COMB 4 DL + WL 1 1.0 2 0.8 PERFORM ANALYSIS LOAD LIST 3 4

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SECTION 2.2 Moment Diagram & Deflected Shape of the Frame

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SECTION 2.2.1 Deflected shape of frame

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SECTION 2.2.2 Moment diagrams

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SECTION 2.3 MAIN FRAME DESIGN

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Frame 1

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IS 800: 2007 (Working Stress Method Design)

Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-1A COLUMN, BEAM 113 OF STAAD Load combination 115 1(DL+WL5)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 1A (Bottom of side wall column) Beam No. 113 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 1A d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 750 mm 8 mm 350 mm 350 16 16 782 16 mm mm mm mm mm 16 mm

Compression Flange 350 mm

750 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia about Minor axis Elastic Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Elastic Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Section Modulus, Minor axis Plastic Section Modulus, Major axis Plastic Section Modulus, Minor axis Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 17200 mm2 391 mm 1924405733 mm4 114365333 mm4 4921754 mm3 4921754 mm3 653516 mm3 5414600 mm3 16 mm 350 mm Tension Flange Gross-Section Properties 8 mm

992000 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 766 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 16776136381333 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1083733 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 334 mm 33 cm 82 mm 8.2 cm 391 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 115 1(DL+WL5)


Major axis Bending moment Mz Page 1 of 6 646.567 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom)

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IS 800: 2007 (Working Stress Method Design)

Minor axis Bending moment Axial Force Shear Force

My P V

.351 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 37.674 kN Axial Force 125.637 kN

Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 3440 3440 3440 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.911874033 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.205913556 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.16 647 kNm 106.329

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports 500.00 d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 93.75 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 110.03 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.345 i.e., w>= 1.2 110.03 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 6000 mm2 660.19 kN = = = = 77.02 138.00 77.02 20.94 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) N/mm2 N/mm2 77.02 N/mm2 OK (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

2 2 2 cr,e= Kv E/(12(1- )(d/tw) )

fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

b b

171 mm 171 mm 10.69 10.69

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Bottom flange is Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 93.75

84 105 126 42

70.23 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 87.01 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.91 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.0182 0.006348837

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 171.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 350.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.91 750.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 286 mm 463.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 750mm x 8 mm with 463.98 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 350 mm x 16 mm 318 mm x 16 mm 350 mm 13488 mm2 391 mm 1857817060 mm4 114345537 mm4 4751450 mm3 4751450 mm3 653403 mm3 4984049 mm3 984576 mm3 371 mm 92 mm 57166666.67 57166666.67 0.5 16773232469212 mm6 1004548 mm4 16 mm 185782 11435 4751 4751 653 4984 985 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3

Compression Flange

143.01 463.98 750 mm

143.01 16 mm 350 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
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Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 750mm x 8 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis

350 mm x 16 mm 318 mm x 16 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg 16528 mm2 382.92 mm 1847210707 mm4 101377771 mm4 4824004 mm3 4628680 mm3 579302 mm3 4888712 mm3 992000 mm3 334 mm 78 mm 57166666.67 57166666.67 0.50 14871003801323 mm6 1083733 mm4 391.00 mm 0.987 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 3440 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007)

Compression Flange 350 mm 16 mm 184721 10138 4824 4629 579 4889 992 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 16 mm 350 mm TensionFlange 375 0 750 mm

375

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top Section Modulus ratio

Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)

0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 391.00 mm 6594.2 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.502 0.49 0.700 0.842 264 N/mm2 0.987 1273.4 kNm 1513.0 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1815.6 kNm (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) 1273.4 kNm 158.39 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 165.07 207.00 134.03 139.69 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) N/mm2 N/mm2 158.39 N/mm2 OK N/mm2 165.07 N/mm2 OK 0.55 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr)

LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2]

Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, The Permissible bending stress, compression flange The The The The Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b

LT=1/{LT+[LT

- lt2]0.5}1

fbd= LT fy/m0 Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

for welded section(Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo = fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = =

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = Page 4 of 6 207.00 N/mm2 .61 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

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Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 350 mm x 16 mm 350 mm x 16 mm 750mm x 8 mm with 463.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc= E/(KL/r) z=(fy/fcc)
2 2

46.6

< 180, OK

(Table 3, IS 800:2007)

911 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.616 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.760 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 260.061 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 156.04 N/mm2 2.79 N/mm2 156.04 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[2- 2]0.5) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 37.36 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 1414 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.494 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.694 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 265.454 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 159.27 N/mm2 2.79 N/mm2 159.27 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[2- 2]0.5) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.79/ 0.6 *345) + ((134.03/ 207) + (0.606/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.79/ 159.27) + (0.998(134.03/ 158.39) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.67* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.606/ 207) = 0.606/ 207) 0.863 0.587 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.664 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.67 0.67 0.67 0.018 0.018 1.0074 1.0074 1.01

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.01

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0052 1.01 0.998 0.996 0.998

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (2.79/ 156.04) + (1.007*0.665780653822419(134.031/ 158.39) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.67*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-1B COLUMN, BEAM 371 OF STAAD Load combination 123 1(0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5+0.75CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 1B (Top of side wall column) Beam No. 371 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 1B d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 750 8 250 250 16 16 782 82 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 250 mm 16 mm

750 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 14000 mm2 391 mm 1454932667 mm4 41698667 3721055 3721055 333589 4189000 512000 16 mm 250 mm 8 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 766 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 6116735714667 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 810667 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 322 mm 32 cm 55 mm 5.5 cm 391 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 123 1(0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5+0.75CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 453.850 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 143.434 kN Axial Force 72.194 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.755743043 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.23923814 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.28 -454 kNm -126.82

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 93.75 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 110.03 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.345 110.03 N/mm2 6000 mm2 660.19 kN 77.02 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 77.02 N/mm2 12.03 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 77.02 N/mm2 OK

b b

121 mm 121 mm 7.56 7.56

8.4 9.4 13.6 Top flange is COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is COMPACT SECTION

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

93.75 84 105 126 42 66.87 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 80.97 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 101.25 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.069291787 0.02969648

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 121.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 250.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

101.25 750.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 286 mm 463.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 750mm x 8 mm with 463.98 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 250 mm x 16 mm 218 mm x 16 mm 250 mm 10288 mm2 391 mm 1388343994 mm4 41678870 mm4 3550752 mm3 3550752 mm3 333431 mm3 3758449 mm3 504576 mm3 367 mm 64 mm 20833333.33 20833333.33 0.5 6113831802546 mm6 731481 mm4 16 mm 138834 4168 3551 3551 333 3758 505 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

143.01 463.98 750 mm

143.01 16 mm 250 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 750mm x 8 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 250 mm x 16 mm 218 mm x 16 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 13328 mm2 380.98 mm 1377241509 mm4 35571904 mm4 3614989 mm3 3434353 mm3 284575 mm3 3663112 mm3 512000 mm3 321 mm 52 mm 20833333.33 20833333.33 0.50 5218007025856 mm6 810667 mm4 391.00 mm

Compression Flange 250 mm 16 mm 137724 3557 3615 3434 285 3663 512 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 16 mm 250 mm TensionFlange 375 0 750 mm

375

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 7566.9 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.406 0.445 OK 0.49 0.633 0.894 280 N/mm2 0.987 1013.8 kNm 1133.8 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1360.6 kNm 1013.8 kNm 168.26 N/mm2 177.11 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 125.55 N/mm2 132.15 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 168.26 N/mm2 177.11 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.987 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 391.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 250 mm x 16 mm 250 mm x 16 mm 750mm x 8 mm with 463.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 47.0 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

892 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.622 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.765 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 259.041 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 155.42 N/mm2 13.94 N/mm2 155.42 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 28.28 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 2468 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.374 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.612 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 285.739 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 171.44 N/mm2 13.94 N/mm2 171.44 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (13.94/ 0.6 *345) + ((125.55/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (13.94/ 171.44) + (0.993(125.55/ 168.26) + (0.6 *1.014 *0.71* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.822 0.641 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.674 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.71 0.71 0.71 0.090 0.081 1.0378 1.0378

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.07

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0141 1.07 1.01 0.993 0.982 0.993

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (13.94/ 155.42) + (1.038*0.711772612096508(125.547/ 168.26) + (0.6 *1.014 *0.71*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-2 RAFTER-1, BEAM 102 OF STAAD Load combination 123 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5+0.75CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 2(Rafter-1) Beam No. 102 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 2 d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 900 8 250 250 12 12 924 92 10 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 250 mm 12 mm

900 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 13200 mm2 462 mm 1733688000 mm4 31288400 3752571 3752571 250307 4356000 389400 12 mm 250 mm 8 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 912 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 6505984742400 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 441600 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 362 mm 36 cm 49 mm 4.9 cm 462 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 123 1(0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL5+0.75CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 410.436 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 56.818 kN Axial Force 143.510 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 20100 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.192822823 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.131993889 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT -0.02 410 kNm -9.573

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 112.5 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 76.41 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.615 76.41 N/mm2 7200 mm2 550.16 kN 53.49 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 53.49 N/mm2 19.93 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 53.49 N/mm2 OK

b b

121 mm 121 mm 10.08 10.08

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 112.5

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

69.91 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 86.42 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 104.65 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.022873591 0.012476504

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 121.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 250.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

104.65 837.18 mm 62.82 mm 35.75 286 mm 613.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 900mm x 8 mm with 613.98 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 250 mm x 12 mm 230 mm x 12 mm 250 mm 8288 mm2 462 mm 1579387704 mm4 31262204 mm4 3418588 mm3 3418588 mm3 250098 mm3 3602063 mm3 379576 mm3 437 mm 61 mm 15625000 15625000 0.5 6500537570603 mm6 336814 mm4 12 mm 157939 3126 3419 3419 250 3602 380 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

143.01 613.98 900 mm

143.01 12 mm 250 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 900mm x 8 mm with 62.82 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 250 mm x 12 mm 230 mm x 12 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 12297 mm2 469.89 mm 1649072595 mm4 28103720 mm4 3509490 mm3 3631435 mm3 224830 mm3 3739346 mm3 388395 mm3 366 mm 48 mm 15625000 15625000.00 0.50 5843775024422 mm6 430878 mm4 462.00 mm

Compression Flange 250 mm 12 mm 164907 2810 3509 3631 225 3739 388 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 12 mm 250 mm TensionFlange 418.588255 62.8234894 900 mm

418.588255

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The section is Laterally supported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 8718.1 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.373 0.408 OK 0.49 0.612 0.912 286 N/mm2 0.939 .0 kNm 1100.7 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1320.8 kNm 1100.7 kNm 188.18 N/mm2 181.86 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 116.95 N/mm2 113.02 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.939 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 462.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 250 mm x 12 mm 250 mm x 12 mm 900mm x 8 mm with 613.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 46.0 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

931 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.609 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.755 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 261.150 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 156.69 N/mm2 6.86 N/mm2 156.69 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 29.31 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 2298 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.387 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.621 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 283.505 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 170.10 N/mm2 6.86 N/mm2 170.1 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (6.86/ 0.6 *345) + ((116.95/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (6.86/ 170.1) + (0.996(116.95/ 207) + (0.6 *1.008 *0.59* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.603 0.383 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.598 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.59 0.59 0.59 0.044 0.040 1.0179 1.0179

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.04

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0076 1.03 1.01 0.996 0.988 0.996

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (6.86/ 156.69) + (1.018*0.590670409028448(116.95/ 207) + (0.6 *1.008 *0.59*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-3A RAFTER-2, BEAM 22 OF STAAD Load combination 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 3A(Rafter-2) Beam No. 22 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 3A d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 700 6 225 225 10 10 720 20 10 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 225 mm 10 mm

700 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 8700 mm2 360 mm 738650000 mm4 18996975 2051806 2051806 168862 2332500 259425 10 mm 225 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 710 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 2394093774375 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 200400 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 291 mm 29 cm 47 mm 4.7 cm 360 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 242.720 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .012 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 42.679 kN Axial Force 7.820 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 20100 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.092830488 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.16342378 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.04 -243 kNm -9.583

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 116.6666667 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 71.05 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.674 71.05 N/mm2 4200 mm2 298.41 kN 49.74 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 49.74 N/mm2 1.86 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 49.74 N/mm2 OK

b b

110 mm 110 mm 10.95 10.95

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 116.6666667

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

69.46 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 85.60 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 104.29 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.029454106 0.014219224

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 109.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 225.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

104.29 625.75 mm 74.25 mm 35.75 215 mm 485.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 700mm x 6 mm with 485.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 225 mm x 10 mm 205 mm x 10 mm 225 mm 5787 mm2 360 mm 681437222 mm4 18988236 mm4 1892881 mm3 1892881 mm3 168784 mm3 1978959 mm3 255056 mm3 343 mm 57 mm 9492187.5 9492187.5 0.5 2392992479660 mm6 165445 mm4 10 mm 68144 1899 1893 1893 169 1979 255 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

107.26 485.48 700 mm

107.26 10 mm 225 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 700mm x 6 mm with 74.25 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 225 mm x 10 mm 205 mm x 10 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 7895 mm2 369.73 mm 695346414 mm4 16887722 mm4 1880669 mm3 1985193 mm3 150113 mm3 2042286 mm3 258757 mm3 297 mm 46 mm 9492187.5 9492187.50 0.50 2128275154145 mm6 195054 mm4 360.00 mm

Compression Flange 225 mm 10 mm 69535 1689 1881 1985 150 2042 259 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 10 mm 225 mm TensionFlange 312.877226 74.2455478 700 mm

312.877226

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 3909.4 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.407 0.446 OK 0.49 0.634 0.893 280 N/mm2 0.921 527.0 kNm 589.8 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 707.8 kNm 527.0 kNm 168.12 N/mm2 159.27 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 129.06 N/mm2 122.27 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 168.12 N/mm2 159.27 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.921 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 360.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .08 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 225 mm x 10 mm 225 mm x 10 mm 700mm x 6 mm with 485.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 58.6 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

575 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.774 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.897 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 232.128 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 139.28 N/mm2 7.37 N/mm2 139.28 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 31.42 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 1999 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.415 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.639 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 278.862 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 167.32 N/mm2 7.37 N/mm2 167.32 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (7.37/ 0.6 *345) + ((129.06/ 207) + (0.08/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (7.37/ 167.32) + (0.995(129.06/ 168.12) + (0.6 *1.009 *0.62* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.08/ 207) = 0.08/ 207) 0.808 0.540 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.659 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.62 0.62 0.62 0.053 0.044 1.0304 1.0304

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.04

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0095 1.04 1.01 0.995 0.988 0.995

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (7.37/ 139.28) + (1.03*0.615792682926829(129.06/ 168.12) + (0.6 *1.009 *0.62*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-3B RAFTER-2, BEAM 125 OF STAAD Load combination 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 3B(Rafter-2) Beam No. 125 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 3B d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 700 6 225 225 10 10 720 20 10 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 225 mm 10 mm

700 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 8700 mm2 360 mm 738650000 mm4 18996975 2051806 2051806 168862 2332500 259425 10 mm 225 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 710 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 2394093774375 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 200400 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 291 mm 29 cm 47 mm 4.7 cm 360 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 242.720 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .014 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 42.766 kN Axial Force 12.617 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 20100 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 3.026525775 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 1.602448154 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT -0.47 -243 kNm 113.026

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 116.6666667 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 71.05 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.674 71.05 N/mm2 4200 mm2 298.41 kN 49.74 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 49.74 N/mm2 3.00 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 49.74 N/mm2 OK

b b

110 mm 110 mm 10.95 10.95

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 116.6666667

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

69.46 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 85.59 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 104.29 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.029514148 0.014248209

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 109.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 225.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

104.29 625.72 mm 74.28 mm 35.75 215 mm 485.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 700mm x 6 mm with 485.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 225 mm x 10 mm 205 mm x 10 mm 225 mm 5787 mm2 360 mm 681437222 mm4 18988236 mm4 1892881 mm3 1892881 mm3 168784 mm3 1978959 mm3 255056 mm3 343 mm 57 mm 9492187.5 9492187.5 0.5 2392992479660 mm6 165445 mm4 10 mm 68144 1899 1893 1893 169 1979 255 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

107.26 485.48 700 mm

107.26 10 mm 225 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 700mm x 6 mm with 74.28 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 225 mm x 10 mm 205 mm x 10 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 7894 mm2 369.74 mm 695337901 mm4 16887721 mm4 1880618 mm3 1985200 mm3 150113 mm3 2042299 mm3 258756 mm3 297 mm 46 mm 9492187.5 9492187.50 0.50 2128275074136 mm6 195052 mm4 360.00 mm

Compression Flange 225 mm 10 mm 69534 1689 1881 1985 150 2042 259 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 10 mm 225 mm TensionFlange 312.859591 74.2808184 700 mm

312.859591

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The section is Laterally supported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 5653.5 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.339 0.371 OK 0.49 0.591 0.929 291 N/mm2 0.921 .0 kNm 589.8 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 707.8 kNm 589.8 kNm 188.18 N/mm2 178.27 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 129.06 N/mm2 122.26 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.921 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 360.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .09 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 225 mm x 10 mm 225 mm x 10 mm 700mm x 6 mm with 485.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 58.6 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

575 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.774 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.897 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 232.128 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 139.28 N/mm2 7.39 N/mm2 139.28 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 31.42 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 1999 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.415 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.639 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 278.862 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 167.32 N/mm2 7.39 N/mm2 167.32 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (7.39/ 0.6 *345) + ((129.06/ 207) + (0.093/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (7.39/ 167.32) + (0.991(129.06/ 207) + (0.6 *1.01 *0.41* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.093/ 207) = 0.093/ 207) 0.662 0.319 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.660 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.41 0.41 0.41 0.053 0.044 1.0305 1.0305

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.04

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0095 1.04 1.01 0.991 0.973 0.991

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (7.39/ 139.28) + (1.03*0.413734344100198(129.064/ 207) + (0.6 *1.01 *0.41*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-4 RAFTER-3, BEAM 122 OF STAAD Load combination 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 4(Peak Rafter-3) Beam No. 136 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 4 d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 1000 8 275 275 12 12 1024 102 10 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 275 mm 12 mm

1000 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 14600 mm2 512 mm 2356583467 mm4 41636417 4602702 4602702 302810 5339600 469750 12 mm 275 mm 8 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1012 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 10660421577667 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 487467 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 402 mm 40 cm 53 mm 5.3 cm 512 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 737.476 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .032 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 26.399 kN Axial Force 176.275 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 20100 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.928078679 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.202108597 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.15 737 kNm 113.026

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 125 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 61.89 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.794 61.89 N/mm2 8000 mm2 495.14 kN 43.33 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 43.33 N/mm2 22.03 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 43.33 N/mm2 OK

b b

134 mm 134 mm 11.13 11.13

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 125

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

70.83 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 88.12 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 106.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.009564855 0.005241016

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 133.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 275.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

106.15 849.17 mm 150.83 mm 35.75 286 mm 713.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 1000mm x 8 mm with 713.98 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 275 mm x 12 mm 255 mm x 12 mm 275 mm 8888 mm2 512 mm 2113943199 mm4 41605954 mm4 4128795 mm3 4128795 mm3 302589 mm3 4320071 mm3 458326 mm3 488 mm 68 mm 20796875 20796875 0.5 10652621939418 mm6 365614 mm4 12 mm 211394 4161 4129 4129 303 4320 458 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

143.01 713.98 1000 mm

143.01 12 mm 275 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 1000mm x 8 mm with 150.83 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 275 mm x 12 mm 255 mm x 12 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 12993 mm2 535.42 mm 2191688217 mm4 37720481 mm4 4093413 mm3 4485817 mm3 274331 mm3 4647552 mm3 467337 mm3 411 mm 54 mm 20796875 20796875.00 0.50 9657801090125 mm6 461724 mm4 512.00 mm

Compression Flange 275 mm 12 mm 219169 3772 4093 4486 274 4648 467 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 12 mm 275 mm TensionFlange 424.582801 150.834399 1000 mm

424.582801

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The section is Laterally supported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 11344.5 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.353 0.387 OK 0.49 0.600 0.922 289 N/mm2 0.881 .0 kNm 1283.8 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1540.6 kNm 1283.8 kNm 188.18 N/mm2 171.72 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 180.16 N/mm2 164.40 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.881 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 512.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .12 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 275 mm x 12 mm 275 mm x 12 mm 1000mm x 8 mm with 713.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 41.2 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

1162 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.545 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.707 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 270.913 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 162.55 N/mm2 2.97 N/mm2 162.55 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 26.31 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 2852 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.348 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.597 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 289.988 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 173.99 N/mm2 2.97 N/mm2 173.99 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.97/ 0.6 *345) + ((180.16/ 207) + (0.117/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.97/ 173.99) + (0.999(180.16/ 207) + (0.6 *1.003 *0.66* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.117/ 207) = 0.117/ 207) 0.886 0.598 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.885 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.66 0.66 0.66 0.018 0.017 1.0063 1.0063

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.01

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0025 1.01 1.00 0.999 0.996 0.999

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (2.97/ 162.55) + (1.006*0.661304232273321(180.162/ 207) + (0.6 *1.003 *0.66*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-5A ICO COLUMN, BEAM 103 OF STAAD Load combination 109 1.0(DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+Z)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 5A (Bottom of ICO column) Beam No. 103 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 5A d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 400 8 350 350 20 20 440 0 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 350 mm 20 mm

400 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 17200 mm2 220 mm 660533333 mm4 142933733 3002424 3002424 816764 3260000 1231400 20 mm 350 mm 8 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 420 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 6303377640000 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1934933 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 196 mm 20 cm 91 mm 9.1 cm 220 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 109 1.0(DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+Z)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 6.229 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 363 kN Axial Force .00 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 19680 13120 13120 13120 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.15 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.15 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.00 .001 kNm 0

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 50 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, No need to Verify Shear Buckling 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 386.83 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 0.718 199.19 N/mm2 3200 mm2 637.39 kN 139.43 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2 i.e,. w < 0.8 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 138 N/mm2 OK

b b

171 mm 171 mm 8.55 8.55

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 50

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

53.80 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 59.83 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 95.55 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.329213768 0.061249073

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: PLASTIC SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 171.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 350.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

95.55 400.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 286 mm 113.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 400mm x 8 mm with 113.98 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 350 mm x 20 mm 318 mm x 20 mm 350 mm 16288 mm2 220 mm 659546214 mm4 142928870 mm4 2997937 mm3 2997937 mm3 816736 mm3 3234018 mm3 1229576 mm3 201 mm 94 mm 71458333.33 71458333.33 0.5 6303163179361 mm6 1915481 mm4 20 mm 65955 14293 2998 2998 817 3234 1230 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

143.01 113.98 400 mm

143.01 20 mm 350 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 400mm x 8 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 350 mm x 20 mm 318 mm x 20 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 16400 mm2 213.95 mm 631267981 mm4 126699280 mm4 2950523 mm3 2792618 mm3 723996 mm3 3036000 mm3 1231400 mm3 196 mm 88 mm 71458333.33 71458333.33 0.50 5587438248000 mm6 1934933 mm4 220.00 mm

Compression Flange 350 mm 20 mm 63127 12670 2951 2793 724 3036 1231 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 20 mm 350 mm TensionFlange 200 0 400 mm

200

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 1052.1 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.984 1.078 OK 0.49 1.176 0.549 172 N/mm2 0.972 508.5 kNm 925.4 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1110.5 kNm 508.5 kNm 103.40 N/mm2 109.25 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 103.4 N/mm2 109.25 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.972 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 13120 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 220.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 8.60 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 350 mm x 20 mm 350 mm x 20 mm 400mm x 8 mm with 113.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 97.8 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

206 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.293 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 1.522 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 134.955 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 80.97 N/mm2 22.31 N/mm2 80.97 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 140.06 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 101 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.852 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 2.619 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 70.149 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 42.09 N/mm2 22.31 N/mm2 42.09 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (22.31/ 0.6 *345) + ((0/ 207) + (8.604/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (22.31/ 42.09) + (0.851(0/ 103.4) + (0.6 *1.424 *0.6* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 8.604/ 207) = 8.604/ 207) 0.551 0.297 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.149 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.60 0.60 0.60 0.276 0.530 1.3012 1.2200

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.22

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.8756 >1.42 1.42 0.851 0.849 0.851

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (22.31/ 80.97) + (1.22*0.6(0/ 103.4) + (0.6 *1.424 *0.6*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-5B ICO COLUMN, BEAM 28 OF STAAD Load combination 119 1(DL+WL2)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 5B (Top of ICO column) Beam No.28 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 5B d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 400 8 350 350 20 20 440 0 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 350 mm 20 mm

400 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 17200 mm2 220 mm 660533333 mm4 142933733 3002424 3002424 816764 3260000 1231400 20 mm 350 mm 8 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 420 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 6303377640000 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1934933 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 196 mm 20 cm 91 mm 9.1 cm 220 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 112 1 (DL+WL2)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 73.173 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .002 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 198.503 kN Axial Force 5.070 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 19680 13120 13120 13120 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.905925929 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.20731021 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.17 -73 kNm -12.334

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 50 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, No need to Verify Shear Buckling 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 386.83 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 0.718 199.19 N/mm2 3200 mm2 637.39 kN 139.43 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 1.58 N/mm2 i.e,. w < 0.8 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 138 N/mm2 OK

b b

171 mm 171 mm 8.55 8.55

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 50

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

60.61 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 70.40 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 100.53 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.179803442 0.033451803

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: PLASTIC SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 171.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 350.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

100.53 400.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 286 mm 113.98 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 400mm x 8 mm with 113.98 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 350 mm x 20 mm 318 mm x 20 mm 350 mm 16288 mm2 220 mm 659546214 mm4 142928870 mm4 2997937 mm3 2997937 mm3 816736 mm3 3234018 mm3 1229576 mm3 201 mm 94 mm 71458333.33 71458333.33 0.5 6303163179361 mm6 1915481 mm4 20 mm 65955 14293 2998 2998 817 3234 1230 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

143.01 113.98 400 mm

143.01 20 mm 350 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 400mm x 8 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 350 mm x 20 mm 318 mm x 20 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 16400 mm2 213.95 mm 631267981 mm4 126699280 mm4 2950523 mm3 2792618 mm3 723996 mm3 3036000 mm3 1231400 mm3 196 mm 88 mm 71458333.33 71458333.33 0.50 5587438248000 mm6 1934933 mm4 220.00 mm

Compression Flange 350 mm 20 mm 63127 12670 2951 2793 724 3036 1231 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 20 mm 350 mm TensionFlange 200 0 400 mm

200

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 932.7 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 1.045 1.144 OK 0.49 1.253 0.514 161 N/mm2 0.972 476.1 kNm 925.4 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1110.5 kNm 476.1 kNm 96.81 N/mm2 102.28 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 24.80 N/mm2 26.20 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 96.81 N/mm2 102.28 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.972 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 13120 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 220.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 350 mm x 20 mm 350 mm x 20 mm 400mm x 8 mm with 113.98 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 97.8 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

206 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.293 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 1.522 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 134.955 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 80.97 N/mm2 12.19 N/mm2 80.97 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 140.06 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 101 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.852 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 2.619 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 70.149 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 42.09 N/mm2 12.19 N/mm2 42.09 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (12.19/ 0.6 *345) + ((24.8/ 207) + (0.003/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (12.19/ 42.09) + (0.931(24.8/ 96.81) + (0.6 *1.232 *0.67* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.003/ 207) = 0.003/ 207) 0.528 0.342 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.179 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.67 0.67 0.67 0.151 0.290 1.1645 1.1200

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.12

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.4782 >1.23 1.23 0.928 0.931 0.931

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (12.19/ 80.97) + (1.12*0.667423776529594(24.8/ 96.81) + (0.6 *1.232 *0.67*

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ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Consultant IIT, DELHI Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) Building SHELL STORE

Date 7-Feb-2011 Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Recommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY Approved By ANIL K. SETH

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-ER1, BEAM 10 OF STAAD Load combination 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member ER1(Endwall Rafter) Beam No. 13 of Staad EndFrame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member ER1 d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 350 6 175 175 8 8 366 10 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 175 mm 8 mm

350 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 4900 mm2 183 mm 111167233 mm4 7152133 607471 607471 81739 684950 125650 8 mm 175 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 358 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 229161504133 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 84933 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 151 mm 15 cm 38 mm 3.8 cm 183 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 102 1 (DL+LL+CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 72.978 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .008 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 3.386 kN Axial Force 41.442 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 3.018985365 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 1.60885127 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT -0.46 73 kNm -33.699

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 58.33333333 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 284.20 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 0.837 193.26 N/mm2 2100 mm2 405.85 kN 135.28 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 135.28 N/mm2 19.73 N/mm2 i.e., 0.8 < w < 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 135.28 N/mm2 OK

b b

85 mm 85 mm 10.56 10.56

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 58.33333333

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

71.17 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 88.76 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 106.83 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.004673568 0.002002958

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: PLASTIC SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 84.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 175.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

106.83 350.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 215 mm 135.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 350mm x 6 mm with 135.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 175 mm x 8 mm 155 mm x 8 mm 175 mm 4087 mm2 183 mm 109923785 mm4 7149695 mm4 600676 mm3 600676 mm3 81711 mm3 657416 mm3 124431 mm3 164 mm 42 mm 3572916.667 3572916.667 0.5 229083365735 mm6 75179 mm4 8 mm 10992 715 601 601 82 657 124 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 8 mm 175 mm TensionFlange Compression Flange

107.26 135.48 350 mm

107.26

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 350mm x 6 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 175 mm x 8 mm 155 mm x 8 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 4580 mm2 183.14 mm 106047917 mm4 6185800 mm4 579055 mm3 579940 mm3 70695 mm3 602043 mm3 125650 mm3 152 mm 37 mm 3572916.667 3572916.67 0.50 198199217800 mm6 84933 mm4 183.00 mm

Compression Flange 175 mm 8 mm 10605 619 579 580 71 602 126 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 8 mm 175 mm TensionFlange 175 0 350 mm

175

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 1123.0 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.422 0.462 OK 0.49 0.643 0.886 278 N/mm2 0.962 160.9 kNm 181.6 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 217.9 kNm 160.9 kNm 166.68 N/mm2 166.43 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 126.03 N/mm2 125.84 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 166.68 N/mm2 166.43 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.962 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 183.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .11 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 175 mm x 8 mm 175 mm x 8 mm 350mm x 6 mm with 135.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 105.4 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

178 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.393 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 1.673 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 120.647 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 72.39 N/mm2 .83 N/mm2 72.39 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 43.04 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 1066 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.569 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.752 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 252.047 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 151.23 N/mm2 .83 N/mm2 151.23 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (0.83/ 0.6 *345) + ((126.03/ 207) + (0.113/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (0.83/ 151.23) + (0.999(126.03/ 166.68) + (0.6 *1.002 *0.42* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0.113/ 207) = 0.113/ 207) 0.761 0.329 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.613 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.42 0.42 0.42 0.011 0.005 1.0137 1.0100

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.01

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0020 1 1.00 0.999 0.997 0.999

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (0.83/ 72.39) + (1.01*0.415292279865165(126.03/ 166.68) + (0.6 *1.002 *0.42*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-1A COLUMN, BEAM 3 OF STAAD Load combination 116 1(DL+WL6)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 1A (Bottom of side wall column) Beam No. 3 of Staad EndFrame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 1A d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 750 10 475 475 25 25 800 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 475 mm 25 mm

750 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 31250 mm2 400 mm 3919010417 mm4 446611979 9797526 9797526 1880471 10609375 2839063 25 mm 475 mm 10 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 775 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 67061579996745 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 5197917 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 354 mm 35 cm 120 mm 12.0 cm 400 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 117 1(DL+WL7)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 328.499 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 263.956 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 17.302 kN Axial Force 35.848 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 3440 3440 3440 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.488284969 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.272476461 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.53 328 kNm 174.354

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 75 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 171.92 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.076 155.15 N/mm2 7500 mm2 1163.60 kN 108.60 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 108.60 N/mm2 4.78 N/mm2 i.e., 0.8 < w < 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 108.6 N/mm2 OK

b b

233 mm 233 mm 9.30 9.30

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 75

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

71.03 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 88.49 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 106.92 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.006686763 0.001604823

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: COMPACT SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 232.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 475.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

106.92 750.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 358 mm 392.47 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 750mm x 10 mm with 392.47 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 475 mm x 25 mm 443 mm x 25 mm 475 mm 27325 mm2 400 mm 3868631869 mm4 446579273 mm4 9671580 mm3 9671580 mm3 1880334 mm3 10224289 mm3 2829251 mm3 376 mm 128 mm 223274739.6 223274739.6 0.5 67056668983215 mm6 5067093 mm4 25 mm 386863 44658 9672 9672 1880 10224 2829 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

178.76 392.47 750 mm

178.76 25 mm 475 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 750mm x 10 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 475 mm x 25 mm 443 mm x 25 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 30290 mm2 391.88 mm 3795816865 mm4 407293913 mm4 9686208 mm3 9300703 mm3 1714922 mm3 9893375 mm3 2839063 mm3 354 mm 116 mm 223274739.6 223274739.58 0.50 61157726548828 mm6 5197917 mm4 400.00 mm

Compression Flange 475 mm 25 mm 379582 40729 9686 9301 1715 9893 2839 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 25 mm 475 mm TensionFlange 375 0 750 mm

375

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The section is Laterally supported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 21070.0 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.398 0.436 OK 0.49 0.628 0.898 282 N/mm2 0.979 .0 kNm 3037.9 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 3645.5 kNm 3037.9 kNm 188.18 N/mm2 195.98 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 33.91 N/mm2 35.32 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.979 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 3440 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 400.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 153.92 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 475 mm x 25 mm 475 mm x 25 mm 750mm x 10 mm with 392.47 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 45.9 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

936 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.607 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.754 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 261.403 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 156.84 N/mm2 .63 N/mm2 156.84 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 26.91 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 2726 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.356 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.601 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 288.700 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 173.22 N/mm2 .63 N/mm2 173.22 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (0.63/ 0.6 *345) + ((33.91/ 207) + (153.917/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (0.63/ 173.22) + (1(33.91/ 207) + (0.6 *1.001 *0.81* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 153.917/ 207) = 153.917/ 207) 0.530 0.500 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.910 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.81 0.81 0.81 0.004 0.004 1.0016 1.0000

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0006 1 1.00 1.000 0.999 1.000

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (0.63/ 156.84) + (1*0.812303842629658(33.914/ 207) + (0.6 *1.001 *0.81*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-1B COLUMN, BEAM 335 OF STAAD Load combination 117 1(DL+WL7)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 1B (Top of side wall column) Beam No. 335 of Staad EndFrame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 1B d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 750 6 300 300 16 16 782 82 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 300 mm 16 mm

750 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 14100 mm2 391 mm 1619356700 mm4 72013500 4141577 4141577 480090 4520550 726750 16 mm 300 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 766 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 10563588301500 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 873200 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 339 mm 34 cm 71 mm 7.1 cm 391 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 117 1(DL+WL7)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V .648 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 33.502 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 37.643 kN Axial Force .421 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.593928358 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 1.963337313 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT -0.24 -1 kNm 2.68

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 125 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 61.89 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.794 61.89 N/mm2 4500 mm2 278.52 kN 43.33 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 43.33 N/mm2 .09 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 43.33 N/mm2 OK

b b

147 mm 147 mm 9.19 9.19

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 125

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

69.81 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 86.25 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.62 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.024246699 0.007738308

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 147.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 300.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.62 633.74 mm 116.26 mm 35.75 215 mm 535.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 750mm x 6 mm with 535.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 300 mm x 16 mm 268 mm x 16 mm 300 mm 10887 mm2 391 mm 1542583803 mm4 72003861 mm4 3945227 mm3 3945227 mm3 480026 mm3 4090436 mm3 721931 mm3 376 mm 81 mm 36000000 36000000 0.5 10562174410181 mm6 834645 mm4 16 mm 154258 7200 3945 3945 480 4090 722 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

107.26 535.48 750 mm

107.26 16 mm 300 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 750mm x 6 mm with 116.26 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 300 mm x 16 mm 268 mm x 16 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 12730 mm2 392.20 mm 1511829170 mm4 62774245 mm4 3854720 mm3 3878495 mm3 418495 mm3 4117136 mm3 725704 mm3 345 mm 70 mm 36000000 36000000.00 0.50 9208291178598 mm6 864829 mm4 391.00 mm

Compression Flange 300 mm 16 mm 151183 6277 3855 3878 418 4117 726 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 16 mm 300 mm TensionFlange 316.87088 116.258241 750 mm

316.87088

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The section is Laterally supported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 19442.5 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.262 0.286 OK 0.49 0.549 0.969 304 N/mm2 0.936 .0 kNm 1209.0 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1450.8 kNm 1209.0 kNm 188.18 N/mm2 187.03 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 .17 N/mm2 .17 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.936 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 391.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 80.05 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 300 mm x 16 mm 300 mm x 16 mm 750mm x 6 mm with 535.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 45.9 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

937 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.607 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.753 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 261.441 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 156.86 N/mm2 3.46 N/mm2 156.86 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 22.13 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 4029 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.293 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.566 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 298.868 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 179.32 N/mm2 3.46 N/mm2 179.32 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (3.46/ 0.6 *345) + ((0.17/ 207) + (80.054/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (3.46/ 179.32) + (0.998(0.17/ 207) + (0.6 *1.002 *0.5* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 80.054/ 207) = 80.054/ 207) 0.137 0.139 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.404 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.50 0.50 0.50 0.022 0.019 1.0090 1.0090

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.02

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0018 1.02 1.00 0.998 0.992 0.998

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (3.46/ 156.86) + (1.009*0.503283582089552(0.168/ 207) + (0.6 *1.002 *0.5*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-2A ENDWALL COLUMN, BEAM 187 OF STAAD Load combination 113 1(DL+WL3)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 2A (Bottom of Endwall column) Beam No. 187 of Staad EndFrame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 2A d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 650 6 375 375 16 16 682 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 375 mm 16 mm

650 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 15900 mm2 341 mm 1468236500 mm4 140636700 4305679 4305679 750062 4629750 1130850 16 mm 375 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 666 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 15595063026300 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1070800 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 304 mm 30 cm 94 mm 9.4 cm 341 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 113 1(DL+WL3)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 578.230 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 44.420 kN Axial Force 109.541 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 3440 3440 3440 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 1.908973848 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.206594539 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.17 -578 kNm -96.249

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 108.3333333 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 82.40 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.555 82.40 N/mm2 3900 mm2 321.37 kN 57.68 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 57.68 N/mm2 28.09 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 57.68 N/mm2 OK

b b

185 mm 185 mm 11.53 11.53

8.4 9.4 13.6

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) Top flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Bottom flange is SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 108.3333333

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42

69.22 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 85.16 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.55 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.03301375 0.008097712

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 184.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 375.00 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.55 633.29 mm 16.71 mm 35.75 215 mm 435.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 650mm x 6 mm with 435.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 375 mm x 16 mm 343 mm x 16 mm 375 mm 13287 mm2 341 mm 1426942716 mm4 140628861 mm4 4184583 mm3 4184583 mm3 750021 mm3 4345281 mm3 1126931 mm3 328 mm 103 mm 70312500 70312500 0.5 15594193800654 mm6 1039445 mm4 16 mm 142694 14063 4185 4185 750 4345 1127 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

107.26 435.48 650 mm

107.26 16 mm 375 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 650mm x 6 mm with 16.71 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 375 mm x 16 mm 343 mm x 16 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 15128 mm2 334.62 mm 1406395250 mm4 125533637 mm4 4202997 mm3 4048547 mm3 669513 mm3 4277388 mm3 1130700 mm3 305 mm 91 mm 70312500 70312500.00 0.50 13920299430710 mm6 1069597 mm4 341.00 mm

Compression Flange 375 mm 16 mm 140640 12553 4203 4049 670 4277 1131 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 16 mm 375 mm TensionFlange 316.64674 16.7065194 650 mm

316.64674

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 7111.5 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.452 0.495 OK 0.49 0.664 0.870 273 N/mm2 0.983 1146.4 kNm 1318.2 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 1581.9 kNm 1146.4 kNm 163.66 N/mm2 169.90 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 137.58 N/mm2 142.82 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 163.66 N/mm2 169.9 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.983 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 3440 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 341.00 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 375 mm x 16 mm 375 mm x 16 mm 650mm x 6 mm with 435.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 52.7 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

710 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.697 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.827 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 246.311 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 147.79 N/mm2 3.34 N/mm2 147.79 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 33.44 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 1765 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.442 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.657 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 274.381 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 164.63 N/mm2 3.34 N/mm2 164.63 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (3.34/ 0.6 *345) + ((137.58/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (3.34/ 164.63) + (0.998(137.58/ 163.66) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.67* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.859 0.589 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.681 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.67 0.67 0.67 0.023 0.020 1.0112 1.0112

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.02

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0049 1.02 1.00 0.998 0.995 0.998

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (3.34/ 147.79) + (1.011*0.666581810006399(137.576/ 163.66) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.67*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 26/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-2B ENDWALL COLUMN, BEAM 338 OF STAAD Load combination 117 1(DL+WL7)(COMP. MEMBER) Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member 2B (Top of Endwall column) Beam No. 338 of Staad EndFrame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange Member 2B d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt 650 6 250 250 10 10 670 6 0 16 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Compression Flange 250 mm 10 mm

650 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 8900 mm2 335 mm 681854167 mm4 26053367 2035386 2035386 208427 2283750 318350 10 mm 250 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 mm3 Tension Flange mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 660 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 2837211630000 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 213467 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 277 mm 28 cm 54 mm 5.4 cm 335 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 117 1(DL+WL7)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 118.111 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 30.908 kN Axial Force 71.824 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 17280 1800 1800 1800 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.15 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 2.15 MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.00 -118 kNm 0

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 67(Kv/5.35) 500.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 108.3333333 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 82.40 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.555 82.40 N/mm2 3900 mm2 321.37 kN 57.68 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 57.68 N/mm2 18.42 N/mm2 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Kv

cr,e= Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2) fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 57.68 N/mm2 OK

b b

122 mm 122 mm 12.20 12.20

8.4 9.4 13.6 Top flange is SLENDER SECTION Bottom flange is SLENDER SECTION

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

108.3333333 84 105 126 42 69.90 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 86.40 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.14 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.022971386 0.010066113

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: SLENDER SECTION Compression Only SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 115.77 mm 6.23 mm 12.46 mm 237.54 mm

Web depth to be removed for Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Web depth to be removed for Compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.14 630.85 mm 19.15 mm 35.75 215 mm 435.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 650mm x 6 mm with 435.48 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 237.54 mm x 10 mm 218 mm x 10 mm 238 mm 6162 mm2 342 mm 626716053 mm4 24194073 mm4 1834261 mm3 1908813 mm3 193553 mm3 1984647 mm3 299244 mm3 319 mm 63 mm 11169378.55 13020833.33 0.461731324 2619300383609 mm6 177959 mm4 10 mm 62672 2419 1834 1909 194 1985 299 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 Compression Flange

107.26 435.48 650 mm

107.26 10 mm 250 mm TensionFlange

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: 650mm x 6 mm with 19.15 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 237.54 mm x 10 mm 218 mm x 10 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 Page 3 of 5 8180 mm2 336.38 mm 629279043 mm4 20372341 mm4 1870728 mm3 1886225 mm3 162979 mm3 1942096 mm3 302991 mm3 277 mm 50 mm 11169378.55 13020833.33 0.46 2205551702951 mm6 207934 mm4 360.26 mm

Compression Flange 238 mm 10 mm 62928 2037 1871 1886 163 1942 303 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 10 mm 250 mm TensionFlange 315.424766 19.1504681 650 mm

315.424766

Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top

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Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)
Section Modulus ratio b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] LT=1/{LT+[LT2- lt2]0.5}1 Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, fbd= LT fy/m0 Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b 3272.2 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.444 0.487 OK 0.49 0.658 0.874 274 N/mm2 0.963 512.6 kNm 586.7 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 704.1 kNm 512.6 kNm 164.42 N/mm2 163.07 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 63.14 N/mm2 62.62 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 164.42 N/mm2 163.07 N/mm2 OK OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.963 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1800 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 -25.257 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 360.26 mm

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 237.54 mm x 10 mm 250 mm x 10 mm 650mm x 6 mm with 435.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 z=(fy/fcc) 54.2 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007)

672 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.716 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.844 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 242.877 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 145.73 N/mm2 5.02 N/mm2 145.73 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 28.73 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 2392 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.380 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.616 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 284.769 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 170.86 N/mm2 5.02 N/mm2 170.86 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =
2 2 0.5

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (5.02/ 0.6 *345) + ((63.14/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (5.02/ 170.86) + (0.996(63.14/ 164.42) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.6* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.412 0.269 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.329 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.60 0.60 0.60 0.034 0.029 1.0178 1.0178

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.03

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0053 1.02 1.01 0.996 0.992 0.996

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (5.02/ 145.73) + (1.018*0.6(63.136/ 164.42) + (0.6 *1.005 *0.6*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Tension according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J-685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail coach factory at Rai bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R0 27/12/2011 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR ENDFRAME 1 MEMBER-Canopy, BEAM 342 OF STAAD Load combination 117 1 (DL+WL7)( TENSION MEMBER) Steel Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus Ultimate Yield strength fy Es G fu 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2 490 N/mm2

Section Size
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Top(Outside) Flange Width Bottom(Inside) Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in web Diameter of bolt hole in compression flange Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange

Member Canopy Beam No. 342 of Staad EndFrame-1


d tw bf0 bfi tfo tfi D dbw dbc dbt 700 6 150 150 6 6 mm mm mm mm mm mm

712 mm mm mm mm 150 mm Compression Flange

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia about Minor axis Elastic Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Elastic Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Section Modulus, Minor axis Plastic Section Modulus, Major axis Plastic Section Modulus, Minor axis Warpin Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Distance between Flange centroids Shear Center from top A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy Iw It rz ry hy h1 6000 mm2 356 mm 395801600 mm4 3387600 mm4 1111802 mm3 1111802 mm3 45168 mm3 1370400 mm3 73800 mm3 421000024514 mm3 72000 mm3 257 mm 24 mm 706 mm 356 mm 0.451205807 0.47025168 6 mm

700 mm 6 mm

6 mm 150 mm Tension Flange

Gross-Section Properties

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 117 1 (DL+WL7)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My T V 67 kNm .164 kNm 1 kN 45.19 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 2500 1200 1200 1200 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram m0 m1 Cn C1 C2 C3 1.1 1.25 1 1.466836614 TABLE 42 PAGE 129-130 IS-800-2007 0 TABLE 42 PAGE 129-130 IS-800-2007 2.273707946 0.556415533 MAX MOMENT IN MEMBER -67 kNm MINIMUM MOMENT IN MEMBER -37.311

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners condition Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Width of extended flange (outside flange) Width of extended flange (inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange provided Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange provided Limits Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports d/tw 62(Kv/5.35) 3000.00 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 116.6666667 57.03 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007) Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 5.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) cr,e fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b1 Av Vcr=b1*Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b = V/Av = = = =
=

Kv

Kv2E/(12(1-2)(d/tw)2)

71.05 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 1.674 i.e., w>= 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 71.05 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 4200 mm2 298.41 kN 49.74 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 138.00 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 49.74 N/mm2 10.76 N/mm2 49.74 N/mm2 OK

b b bf/tf bf/tf 8.4 9.4 13.6 Top flange is SLENDER SECTION Bottom flange is SLENDER SECTION

72 mm 72 mm 12.00 12.00 7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit

116.67 84 105 126 71.54 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 89.43 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 107.34 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

-0.000512077 -0.000358454

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For Compression only Semi-compact limit Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: Compression Only

42

35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

SLENDER SECTION SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed for Tension flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width Web depth to be removed Flexure only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed compression only Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

11.58 69.46 mm 2.54 mm 5.08 mm 144.92 mm

11.58 69.46 mm 2.54 mm 5.08 144.92

def

107.3 mm 644.0 mm 56.0 mm 35.8 mm 214.5 mm 485.5 mm

def

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 700mm x 6 mm with 55.99 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis M.I. of the compression flange about the minor axis of the entire section M.I. of the tension flange about the minor axis of the entire section Warping constant of Effective section Torsion constant of Effective section Shear Center from top 144.92 mm x 6 mm 150 mm x 6 mm 6 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 5634 mm2 370.10 mm 376760823 mm4 3220883 mm4 1018002 mm3 1101957 mm3 42945 mm3 1116674 mm3 71049 mm3 259 mm 24 mm 1521791 mm4 1687500 mm4 0.47 400280984930 mm6 67603 mm4 374 mm 322.01 37676 322 1018 1102 43 1117 71 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 6 mm cm3 55.99 322.01 700 mm Compression Flange 145 mm

150 mm

TensionFlange

Effective-Section Properties for Flexure

Check Member for Bending, Compressive Flange


Section Modulus ratio b 0.912 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

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LLT K c1 c3 Warping restrain factor Kw M.I. of the compression flange about the minor axis of the entire section Ifc M.I. of the tension flange about the minor axis of the entire section Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Distance between the two Shear centres of the two flanges of the Cross-section hy yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) Effective length factor Elastic Critical Moment for Mono-Symmetrical Section

1200 mm 0.5 1.466836614 2.273707946 1 1521791 mm 1687500 mm 0.47 706 mm -18.227 mm

(E-1.2, Annex (Table 42, IS (Table 42, IS (E-1.2, Annex

E, IS 800:2007) 800: 2007) 800: 2007) E, IS 800:2007)

(E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007)

Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)2/(EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj))} lt = (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio The Section is Laterally unsupported LT The Imperfection Parameter LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt Bending stress reduction factor to account for lateral torisonal buckling, Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Design Bending Strength Since, i Therefore, Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 1 2* *f / 0 Mdz fabc = 0.6Mdz/Zezo = fabt = 0.6Mdz/Zezi = fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fbc = Mz/Zezo = fbt = Mz/Zezi = LT=1/{LT+[LT - lt ] fbd= LT fy/m0 b Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz
2 2 0.5} 2]

925.1 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 0.616 0.675 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.49 for welded secti (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.792 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.776 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 243 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 0.912 247.7 kNm 319.3 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 383.1 k 383 1 kNm ( l 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8 2 1 2 800 2007) 247.7 kNm 145.99 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 134.86 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 207.00 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007 , PAGE 85) 65.87 N/mm2 145.99 N/mm2 OK 60.85 N/mm2 134.86 N/mm2 OK

The The The The The

Check Member for Bending, along Minor Axis


The permissible stress The Actual Bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fb = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 3.82 N/mm2

207 N/mm2

OK

Check Member for Tension


The Permissible stress Due to Yielding of Gross Section Ultimate stress of the material Net effective area of the member (Area deduction of bolt hole) Tensile Rupture, The Permissible stress Due to rupture of net Section Therefore, Permissible tensile stress The Actual tensile stress fat = 0.6*fy fu Aet=Ag-Area of bolt hole Tdn=0.9Aet fu/m0 fat = 0.69*Tdn/Ag fat ft = T/Ag = 207.00 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.2.1, IS 800:2007) 490 N/mm2 6000 mm2 2405 kN 276.63 N/mm2 (Cl. 11.2.1, IS 800:2007) 207.00 N/mm2 .12 N/mm2 207 N/mm2 OK

= = =

Combined Stress: Tension + Bending

(Cl. 11.5.3) IS 800:2007)


0.470 1 OK

(ft/fat) + ( fbty/fabty) + (fbtz/fabtz) (0.12/207)+(3.82/207) +(60.85/134.86)

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-Portal Column, BEAM 1 OF STAAD Load combination 4 1.0 (DL+WL4)(COMP. MEMBER)

Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member -Portal Bracing column No. 1 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt Member Portal Bracing column 500 mm 6 mm 200 mm 200 mm 10 mm 10 mm 520 mm mm Compression Flange 200 mm 10 mm

500 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 7000 mm2 260 mm 322633333 mm4 13342333 1240897 1240897 133423 1395000 204500 10 mm 200 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 Tension Flange mm3 mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 510 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 867585225000 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 169333 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 215 mm 21 cm 44 mm 4.4 cm 260 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 570 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CR1+0.75CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 86.550 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 14.448 kN Axial Force 17.310 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 6000 5000 5000 5000 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 2.15 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 2.15 0.00 87 kNm 0

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Spacing of Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports c d/tw 67(Kv/5.35)

500 mm 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 83.33333333 75.40 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007)

Kv

Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 9.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 243.38 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 0.905 182.51 N/mm2 3000 mm2 547.52 kN 127.76 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 127.76 N/mm2 5.77 N/mm2 i.e., 0.8 < w < 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

2 2 2 cr,e= Kv E/(12(1- )(d/tw) )

fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 127.76 N/mm2 OK

b b

97 mm 97 mm 9.70 9.70

8.4 9.4 13.6 Top flange is Bottom flange is

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) SEMI-COMPACT SECTION SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 83.33333333

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42 Page 2 of 5

70.52 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 87.55 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.99 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

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COMPACT SECTION SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 97.00 mm .00 mm .00 mm 200.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.99 500.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 215 mm 285.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : g Bottom Flange: Web: 500mm x 6 mm with 285.48 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 200 mm x 10 mm 200 mm x 10 mm 200 mm 5287 mm2 260 mm 310999780 mm4 13337195 mm4 1196153 mm3 1196153 mm3 133372 mm3 1272749 mm3 201931 mm3 243 mm 50 mm 6666666.667 6666666.667 0.5 867251081008 mm6 148779 mm4 10 mm 31100 1334 1196 1196 133 1273 202 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 10 mm 200 mm TensionFlange

Compression Flange

107.26 285.48 500 mm

107.26

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 500mm x 6 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 200 mm x 10 mm 200 mm x 10 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Page 3 of 5 6840 mm2 266.08 mm 322892257 mm4 13342333 mm4 1213507 mm3 1271639 mm3 133423 mm3 1275000 mm3 204500 mm3 217 mm 44 mm 6666666.667 Compression Flange 200 mm 10 mm 32289 1334 1214 1272 133 1275 205 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 10 mm 200 mm TensionFlange 100.00 0.00 500 mm

400.00

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Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top Section Modulus ratio

Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg

6666666.67 0.50 867585225000 mm6 169333 mm4 260.00 mm 0.952 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 5000 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 260.00 mm 383.2 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 1.045 1.145 OK 0.49 1.253 0.514 161 N/mm2 0.952 195.7 kNm 380.6 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 456.7 kNm 195.7 kNm 195 7 kN 96.75 N/mm2 92.32 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 71.32 N/mm2 68.06 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 96.75 N/mm2 92.32 N/mm2 OK OK

Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)

Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Th f Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

LT=1/{LT+[LT

- lt ]

2 0.5}

fbd= LT fy/m0 Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 200 mm x 10 mm 200 mm x 10 mm 500mm x 6 mm with 285.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc= E/(KL/r) z=(fy/fcc)
2 2

24.7

< 180, OK

(Table 3, IS 800:2007)

3225 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.327 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.575 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 299.240 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 179.54 N/mm2 2.73 N/mm2 179.54 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2]
2 2 0.5 fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 99.55 < 180, OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 199 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 1.316 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 1.640 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 119.837 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 71.90 N/mm2 2.73 N/mm2 71.9 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[2- 2]0.5) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.73/ 0.6 *345) + ((71.32/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.73/ 71.9) + (0.989(71.32/ 96.75) + (0.6 *1.03 *0.6* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.767 0.458 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.358 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.60 0.60 0.60 0.015 0.038 1.0019 1.0019

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.01

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.0424 >1.03 1.03 0.989 0.989 0.989

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (2.73/ 179.54) + (1.002*0.6(71.322/ 96.75) + (0.6 *1.03 *0.6*

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Design of Beam Column + Axial Compression according to IS 800: 2007 (WSM)


JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) MACHINE + TOOL ROOM + MS SHOP Rev. No. : Date : Designed By : Checked By : Recommded By : Approved By : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

MEMBER DESIGN CHECK FOR FRAME 1 MEMBER-Portal Rafter, BEAM 2 OF STAAD Load combination 4 1.0 (DL+WL4)(COMP. MEMBER)

Material Properties
Steel Yield strength Modulus of Elasticity of Steel Poisson's Ratio of Steel Shear Modulus fy Es G 345 N/mm2 200000 N/mm2 0.3 76900 N/mm2

Section Size
Member -Portal Bracing Rafter No. 1 of Staad Frame-1
Section Name Web Depth Web Thickness Flange Width Flange Width Top(Outside) Flange thickness Bottom(Inside) Flange thickness Total Depth Diameter of bolt hole in tension flange d tw bfo bfi tfo tfi D dbt Member Portal Bracing column 500 mm 6 mm 225 mm 225 mm 12 mm 12 mm 524 mm mm Compression Flange 225 mm 12 mm

500 mm

Gross Section Properties


z-z is major Bending axis, y-y is minor bending axis Area Inside of Section to Centroid Inertia about Major axis Inertia Elastic Elastic Section Plastic Plastic about Minor axis Section Modulus, Top(Outside) flange Section Modulus, Bottom(Inside) flange Modulus, Minor axis Section Modulus, Major axis Section Modulus, Minor axis A yg Iz Iy Zzo Zzi Zy Zpz Zpy f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) hy Iw It rz ry h1 8400 mm2 262 mm 416459200 mm4 22790250 1589539 1589539 202580 1757400 308250 12 mm 225 mm 6 mm

Distance between Flange centroids Warping Constant Torsion Constant Radius of Gyration about major axis Radius of Gyration about minor axis Shear Center from top

mm4 Tension Flange mm3 mm3 Gross-Section Properties mm3 mm3 mm3 0.5 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 512 mm (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 1493581824000 mm6 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 295200 mm4 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 223 mm 22 cm 52 mm 5.2 cm 262 mm

Critical Load Data LOAD CASE 570 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CR1+0.75CL)


Major Minor Axial Shear axis Bending moment axis Bending moment Force Force Mz My P V 86.796 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) .000 kNm (+ve when Compression is at bottom) 17.316 kN Axial Force 14.448 kN

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Unbraced Lenghts
Major Minor Minor Minor axis axis axis axis Unbraced Length Top Flange Unbraced Length Bottom Flange Unbraced Length Axial Lz Lyt Lyb Lya 12000 12000 12000 12000 mm mm mm mm

Other Factors
Partial safety factor for Yielding & Buckling Partial safety factor for Ultimate Strength Tension area Coefficient Moment Diagram Coefficient Moment Diagram and Member Coefficient Shape of Moment Diagram

m0 m1
Cn C1 C2 C3

1.1 1.25 1 3.148439974 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) 0 (Table 42, IS 800: 2007 PAGE 129,130) MAX START END MOMENT MAX END END MOMENT 0.008370386 -1.00 -86.80 kNm 86.579

Check Member for Shear (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.4.2 and Cl 11.4.2)


Transverse Stiffeners Spacing of Transverse Stiffeners Ratio Provided, Web Slenderness Required Limit to avoid Buckling due to shear Web Buckling check Shear Buckling Coefficient Shear Buckling design Method- Simple Post Critical Method Elastic Critical Shear Stress Yield Stress of Web Non-dimensional web slenderness ratio for shear buckling stress. Shear stress corresponding to web buckling Shear Area Shear Force corresponding for Web buckling The Permissible shear stress due to shear buckling The Permissible shear stress due to pure shear Therefore, Permissible shear stress Actual shear stress Effective Flange and Web Plates Width of extended flange(Outside flange) Width of extended flange(Inside flange) Width/thickness, compression (Outside) Flange Widht/thickness, tension (Inside) Flange Flange width Limit--For flexure and compression Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit Provided only at supports c d/tw 67(Kv/5.35)

500 mm 0.8513 (Note Point 2, Table 2, IS 800:2007) 83.33333333 75.40 (Cl. 8.4.2.1, IS 800:2007)

Kv

Hence, Shear Buckling Should be Verified 9.35 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 243.38 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) 345 N/mm2 0.905 182.51 N/mm2 3000 mm2 547.52 kN 127.76 N/mm2 138.00 N/mm2 127.76 N/mm2 4.82 N/mm2 i.e., 0.8 < w < 1.2 (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.4.2.2, IS 800:2007)

2 2 2 cr,e= Kv E/(12(1- )(d/tw) )

fyw w=(fyw/3cr,e ) b Av Vcr=b /Av ab = 0.7*Vcr/Av ab = 0.4*fy ab b

= = = =

(Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.2, IS 800:2007) 127.76 N/mm2 OK

b b

110 mm 110 mm 9.13 9.13

8.4 9.4 13.6 Top flange is Bottom flange is

7.15 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 8.00 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 11.58 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) SEMI-COMPACT SECTION SEMI-COMPACT SECTION 83.33333333

Web depth/thickness limit Depth/Thickness of Web For flexure only Plastic limit Compact limit Semi-compact limit For Compression only Semi-compact limit

84 105 126 42 Page 2 of 5

70.33 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 87.19 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 105.99 (Table 2, IS 800:2007) 35.75 (Table 2, IS 800:2007)

r1 = r2 =

0.016730435 0.005975155

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Conclusion on Web Classification Flexure Only: Compression Only

COMPACT SECTION SLENDER SECTION

Flange width to be removed for compression flange Semi-compact limit Effective Flange width Flange width to be removed Total flange width to be removed Total Effective Flange width

11.577 109.50 mm .00 mm .00 mm 225.00 mm

Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed Semi-compact limit Effective web depth, Web depth to be removed

def

105.99 500.00 mm 0.00 mm 35.75 215 mm 285.48 mm

Effective section properties for Compression


Top Flange : g Bottom Flange: Web: 500mm x 6 mm with 285.48 mm removed at mid depth Effective Area Ae Inside to C.G. yg Major axis Intertia Iz Minor axis Intertia Iy Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezo Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Zezi Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Zy Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Zpz Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Zpy Major Axis rz Minor Axis ry Ifc Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Warping constant Iw Torsional constant It 225 mm x 12 mm 225 mm x 12 mm 225 mm 6687 mm2 262 mm 404825647 mm4 22785111 mm4 1545136 mm3 1545136 mm3 202534 mm3 1635149 mm3 305681 mm3 246 mm 58 mm 11390625 11390625 0.5 1493245054132 mm6 274645 mm4 12 mm 40483 2279 1545 1545 203 1635 306 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 12 mm 225 mm TensionFlange

Compression Flange

107.26 285.48 500 mm

107.26

Effective section properties for Flexure member (including deduction of bolt hole in tension flange)
Top Flange : Bottom Flange: 500mm x 6 mm with 0 mm removed at mid depth Web: Effective Area Inside to C.G. Major axis Intertia Minor axis Intertia Outside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Inside Flange Elastic Section Modulus Elastic Section Modulus, Minor Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Major Axis Plastic Section Modulus in Minor Axis Major Axis Minor Axis 225 mm x 12 mm 225 mm x 12 mm Ae yg Iz Iy Zezo Zezi Zy Zpz Zpy rz ry Ifc Page 3 of 5 8240 mm2 267.09 mm 416676604 mm4 22790250 mm4 1560076 mm3 1621861 mm3 202580 mm3 1637400 mm3 308250 mm3 225 mm 53 mm 11390625 Compression Flange 225 mm 12 mm 41668 2279 1560 1622 203 1637 308 cm4 cm4 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 cm3 12 mm 225 mm TensionFlange 100.00 0.00 500 mm

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Warping constant Torsional constant Shear Center from top Section Modulus ratio

Ift f=Ifc/(Ifc + Ift) Iw It h1 b LLT Kw K yj=1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) yg

11390625.00 0.50 1493581824000 mm6 295200 mm4 262.00 mm 0.953 (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 12000 mm 1 (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 0.5 0.000 =1*(2*f-1)*hy/2) (E-1.2, Annex E, IS 800:2007) 262.00 mm 293.5 kNm ( Annex E,, IS 800:2007) 1.354 1.483 OK 0.49 1.700 0.367 115 N/mm2 0.953 179.4 kNm 489.3 kNm 1.2*Ze*fy/m0 kNm for Simply supported Beam 587.2 kNm 179.4 kNm 179 4 kN 69.01 N/mm2 66.38 N/mm2 207.00 N/mm2 55.64 N/mm2 53.52 N/mm2 (Cl. 8.2.1.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 11.4.1, IS 800:2007) 69.01 N/mm2 66.38 N/mm2 OK OK

Check Member for Major axis Bending, Compressive Flange (IS 800:2007, Cl 8.2.2 and Cl 11.4.1)

Elastic Critical Moment for Symmetrical Section Mcr=c1 2 EIy / (LLT^2)*{[(K/Kw)2*Iw/Iy+GIt(LLT)^2/(2EIy)+(c2yg-c3yj)^2)]0.5-(c2yg-c3yj)} Non-Dimensional Slenderness ratio lt= (b Zp fy/ Mcr) (1.2 Ze fy/ Mcr) The Section is Laterally unsupported The Imperfection Parameter Bending stress red. factor for lateral torisonal buckling, Design bending compressive stress, For computation of Mdz Calculated Design Bending Strength Hence, Design Bending Strength Since, Therefore, Th f Permissible bending stress, compression flange Permissible bending stress, tension flange permissible bending stress SEMI-COMPACT SECTION Actual Bending Stress, compression flange Actual Bending Stress, tension flange b LT LT=0.5[1+ LT( lt -0.2)+ lt 2] (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

LT=1/{LT+[LT

- lt ]

2 0.5}

fbd= LT fy/m0 Mdz=b * fbd* Zpz


Mdz=b * fy* Zpz/m0

for welded section (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) 1 OK (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007) (Cl. 8.2.2, IS 800:2007)

1.2*Ze*fy/m0 Mdz
fabcz = 0.6Mdz/Zezo fabtz = 0.6Mdz/Zezi fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy fbcz = Mz/Zezo fbtz = Mz/Zezi = = = = =

The The The The The

Check Member for

Bending, along Minor Axis


SEMI-COMPACT SECTION fabc or fabt = 0.60 *fy = fby = My/Zy = 207.00 N/mm2 .00 N/mm2

The permissible bending stress The Actual Bending stress

207 N/mm2

OK

Check member for Compression, Major Axis


Top Flange : Bottom Flange: Web: Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress 225 mm x 12 mm 225 mm x 12 mm 500mm x 6 mm with 285.48 mm removed at mid depth KL/r fcc= E/(KL/r) z=(fy/fcc)
2 2

48.8

< 180, OK

(Table 3, IS 800:2007)

830 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.645 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.34 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 0.783 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 255.285 < fy/m0 313.636 OK 153.17 N/mm2 2.59 N/mm2 153.17 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

b
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2]
2 2 0.5 fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[ - ] ) fy/m0 facz = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

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Check member for Compression, Minor Axis


Column Slenderness Euler buckling stress Effective slenderness ratio Buckling class is Imprerfection factor Desing Compressive stress The Permissible Compressive stress The Actual Compressive stress KL/r fcc=2E/(KL/r)2 y=(fy/fcc) 205.58 > 180, Not OK (Table 3, IS 800:2007) 47 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 2.718 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 0.49 (Table 7, IS 800:2007) 4.810 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007) 35.726 < fy/m0 313.636 O.K. 21.44 N/mm2 2.59 N/mm2 21.44 N/mm2 (Cl. 7.1.2.1, IS 800:2007)

c
=0.5[1+ ( -0.2)+ 2] fcd=(fy/m0)/(+[2- 2]0.5) fy/m0 facy = 0.60*fcd = fc = P/Ae =

OK

Combined Stress: Compression + Bending : Compression Flange (Cl. 11.5.2, IS 800:2007)


Equivalent moment factor for lateral torsional buckling Equivalent moment factor for Equivalent moment factor CmLT = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmy = 0.6+0.4 0.4 Cmz = 0.6+0.4 0.4 nz=fcz/facz = ny=fcy/facy = Kz=1+(z-0.2)nz 1+0.8nz Kz Ky=1+(y-0.2)ny 1+0.8ny Therefore, Moment amplification factor Therefore, Checks a) Member strength requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, b) IS 800:2007) = (fc/0.6*fy) + ( fbcz/fabcz) + (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.59/ 0.6 *345) + ((55.64/ 207) + (0/ 207) = b) Member stability requirement (Cl. 11.5.2, a) IS 800:2007) = (fc/facy) + (KLT * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + (0.6*KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) = (2.59/ 21.44) + (0.919(55.64/ 69.01) + (0.6 *1.097 *0.4* = (fc/facz) + (Kz * Cmz * ( fbcz/fabcz)) + 0/ 207) = 0/ 207) 0.862 0.342 1 1 OK OK (0.6 * KY * Cmy * (fbcy/fabcy)) 0.281 1 OK KLT=1-[0.1
lt

Moment amplification factor Therefore, Moment amplification factor ny/(CmLT

0.40 0.40 0.40 0.017 0.121 1.0075 1.0075

(Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007) (Table 18, IS 800: 2007)

<1.01

(Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007) (Cl. 9.3.2.2, IS 800: 2007)

1.3042 >1.1 1.10 0.891 0.919 0.919

Ky -0.25)] 1-[0.1ny/(CmLT - 0.25)] KLT

= (2.59/ 153.17) + (1.008*0.4(55.636/ 69.01) + (0.6 *1.097 *0.4*

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Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Date 7-Feb-2011 Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.PRecommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY SHELL STORE Approved By ANIL K. SETH Building

SECTION 2.4 Anchor Bolt & Base Plate Design

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By : : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

ANCHOR BOLT & BASE PLATE DESIGN (FIXED BASE)


SECTION SIZES: Depth of Web of column, dw = Thickness of column web, tw = Width of column flange, bf = Thickness of column flange, tf = BASE PLATE DETAILS: Yield stress of Plate, Fy = Length of Base Plate, L = Width of Base Plate, B = Thickness of Base Plate, t = Cantilever along Length = ANCHOR BOLT DETAILS: Dia. Of Anchor Bolt near to flanges, db = Anchorage length Of bolt, l = Anchorage length Of bolt acted for Bond, l = No. of Bolts nearer to flanges, N1 = Spacing of Bolts, g = Spacing of Bolts, p1 = Spacing of Stiffeners, p2 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e1 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e2 = Cantiliver on Both Side=Lz Diameter Of Anchor Bolt at centre d'b = centre, Anchorage length Of bolt at Centre, l' = No. of Bolts at centre, N2 = Grade of Bolts = Ultimate Tensile Streass of the Bolt =fub Yield Stress of bolt fyb = 0.6fub STIFFENER DETAILS: Thickness of stiffener, ts = width of stiffener, w = Height of stiffener, h = No. of stiffeners within column web = No. of Stiffeners within column flange = Pedestal Details: Grade of Concrete = Maximum Bearing Pressure, Fb = Length of Pedetsal = Width of Pedetsal = LOAD COMB. 111 1 (DL+WL1) 101 1.0(DL+LL) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 112 1 (DL+WL2) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X+0.75CL) 113 1 (DL+WL3) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) 105 1 (DL+EQ+Z) Shear Fx, KN 126.5 -37.0 -43.6 -18.7 -37.4 94.6 71.4 76.3 -6.0 -27.9 1.6 47.5 52.4 -12.3 M 25 14.25 1130 610 LOAD DATA (STAAD OUTPUT) Vertical Fy, KN 23.7 181.3 203.6 99.8 154.4 -145.9 97.4 80.6 95.3 151.0 50.2 -29.9 -46.6 97.5 Shear Fz, KN 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 -0.1 Moment Mx, KNm 0.0 -0.1 -0.1 0.0 -0.1 -0.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 -0.1 1.5 -0.7 -0.7 -1.3 Moment Mz, KNm -648.3 187.6 220.9 129.6 216.1 -558.3 -367.3 -392.3 -4.8 115.3 -8.0 -299.8 -324.9 62.4 ENTER LOAD NUMBER 111.0 101.0 102.0 103.0 107.0 112.0 119.0 127.0 104.0 108.0 113.0 120.0 128.0 105.0 lue of bearing pressu 7.233 2.423 2.835 1.626 2.688 5.932 4.259 4.504 0.128 1.565 0.041 3.283 3.529 0.847 167.940 N/mm2 mm mm 25.0 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.4.1 10 100 200 2 3 mm mm mm 3-2 Notes : We are not taking the advantage of centre bolt as it is not take any tension in the major axis. General Frames Frame No. Node No. Detail Location e1 330 1030 510 32 114 mm mm g1 28 975 1087 8 130.00 140.00 146.00 60.00 60.00 132.00 20 700 8 4.6 400.0 240.0 mm mm Upward Force Downward Force " -ve " " +ve " mm mm mm mm mm Fig. 1 mm mm mm e2 p2= 146 mm a=73mm a=114mm b=251mm b=250mm N/mm2 mm e2 p1 p1

750 8 350 16

mm mm mm mm

Frame-1 106, 166, 49 A


FRAME-1 SW COLUMN

e1

Anticlockwise Momen" -ve " Clockwise Moment " +ve "

THESE LOAD COMBINATIONS ARE FOR A PARTICULAR CRITICAL NODE,HOWEVER ANY OTHER LOAD CASES COMING OUT TO BE CRITICAL FOR ANY OTHER NODES HAVE ALSO BEEN CHECKED FOR.

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE I : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CALCULATIONS FOR TENSION IN BOLTS 111 1 (DL+WL1) SP 40 PAGE NO-25 Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment 648.258 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K1= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2709.16 2.793 2.793x970 OR OR 200.84 23.74 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-23.74x1000x455-648.258x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.579=0 K2= Y= 0.207 0.208x970

OR 200.84

mm mm Tensile Force 706.2 KN 14.3 MPa

Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 706.1 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 706.2 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 23.8/(1030x510) +-648.3x6/(510x1030^2) + 0.1x6/(1030x510^2) 0.78 CASE II : 101 1.0(DL+LL) 27.80

Fig. 7.2 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => 181.293 kN & Moment 187.567 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-181.293x1000x455-187.567x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.237=0 K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= 2831.25 2.9188 2.919x970 OR 78.75 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 104.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.3 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 105.150 KN Fig. 3 78.75 OR OR mm mm 14.3 MPa Tensile Force 105.2 KN 0.0812 0.082x970

=>

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L ) (6 x Mx / L x B ) < Fb 181.3/(1030x510) +187.6x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.2x6/(1030x510^2) CASE III : 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2818.13 2.9053 2.906x970 OR 91.87 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 130.2 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.3 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 130.5 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 203.7/(1030x510) +221x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.2x6/(1030x510^2) 2.8 MPa [HENCE SAFE] 130.5 KN Fig. 4 91.87 203.627 kN & Moment 220.948 kNm 2.42 MPa [HENCE SAFE]
2 2

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-203.627x1000x455-220.948x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.276=0 OR OR mm mm Tensile Force 14.3 MPa 0.0947 0.095x970

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE IV : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 129.569 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2859.48 2.9479 2.948x970 OR 50.52 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 83.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 83.9 Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 99.8/(1030x510) +129.6x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) 1.6 MPa 84.0 KN 50.52 = 99.784 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-99.784x1000x455-129.569x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.154=0 OR OR mm mm Tensile Force Fig. 5 14.3 MPa 0.0521 0.053x970

[HENCE SAFE]

CASE V :

107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 216.096 kNm

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => > => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2826.36 2.9138 2.914x970 OR 83.64 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 149.5 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.2 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 149.8 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 154.5/(1030x510) +216.1x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) CASE VI : 112 1 (DL+WL2) 2.7 MPa 149.8 KN 83.64 = 154.403 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1 1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - M = 0 (L 2)^2 K (1-1/3 2 Mz 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-154.403x1000x455-216.096x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.252=0 OR OR mm mm Tensile Force Fig. 6 0.0862 0.087x970

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2763.01 2.8485 2.849x970 OR 146.99 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 680.0 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 682.1 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -146/(1030x510) +-558.4x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.9x6/(1030x510^2) 5.9 MPa 682.1 KN = 145.912 kN & Moment = 558.317 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)+145.912x1000x455-558.317x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.432=0 OR OR 146.99 mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 14.3 MPa 7 0.1515 0.152x970

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE VII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 367.274 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2788.13 2.8744 2.875x970 OR 121.87 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 345.5 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 345.6 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 97.4/(1030x510) +-367.3x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) CASE VIII : 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 4.3 MPa 345.6 KN 121.87 = 97.371 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-97.371x1000x455-367.274x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.362=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 8 0.1256 0.126x970

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2782.72 2.8688 2.869x970 OR 127.28 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 381.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 381.9 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 80.7/(1030x510) +-392.4x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) CASE IX : 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 4.5 MPa 382.0 KN 127.28 = 80.62 kN & Moment = 392.31 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 970^2 1/2 14 25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-80.62x1000x455-392.31x 10^6 =0 510 (1 1/3K) 80 62 1000 455 392 31 0 K^2- 3K +0.377=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 9 0.1312 0.132x970 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2896.27 2.9859 2.986x970 OR 13.73 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -45.4 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -45.4 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 95.3/(1030x510) +-4.8x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) 0.1 MPa -45.4 KN 13.73 = 95.295 kN & Moment = 4.791 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-95.295x1000x455-4.791x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.043=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0141 0.015x970 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE X : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 115.326 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2856.81 2.9452 2.946x970 OR 53.19 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 151.1/(1030x510) +115.4x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.1x6/(1030x510^2) CASE XI : 113 1 (DL+WL3) 1.6 MPa 42.2 KN 0.2 KN 42.4 KN 42.5 KN 53.19 = 151.037 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-151.037x1000x455-115.326x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.162=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0548 0.055x970 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force > => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2901.22 2.9910 2.991x970 OR 8.78 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 50.3/(1030x510) +-8x6/(510x1030^2) + 1.6x6/(1030x510^2) CASE XII : 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 0.0 MPa -18.3 KN 3.8 KN -14.5 KN -14.5 KN 8.78 = 50.234 kN & Moment = 7.986 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 x(L e2) 2 (1 1/3 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-50.234x1000x455-7.986x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.028=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0090 0.01x970 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2826.39 2.9138 2.914x970 OR 83.61 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -29.9/(1030x510) +-299.9x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.7x6/(1030x510^2) 3.3 MPa 333.7 KN 1.7 KN 335.4 KN 335.4 KN 83.61 = 29.869 kN & Moment = 299.819 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)+29.869x1000x455-299.819x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.252=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0862 0.087x970 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE XIII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 324.854 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2821.14 2.9084 2.909x970 OR 88.86 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -46.7/(1030x510) +-324.9x6/(510x1030^2) + -0.7x6/(1030x510^2) CASE XIV : 105 1 (DL+EQ+Z) 3.5 MPa 369.5 KN 1.7 KN 371.2 KN 371.3 KN 88.86 = 46.619 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)+46.619x1000x455-324.854x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.267=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0916 0.092x970 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2879.39 2.9684 2.969x970 OR 30.61 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 13.7 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 3.5 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 17.2 KN Calculation for anchor bolt length Permissible bond stress of Plain bars in tension , bd = Overall Anchorage length required Thus Doverall Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 97.6/(1030x510) +62.4x6/(510x1030^2) + -1.4x6/(1030x510^2) 0.8 MPa = 716.8 = mm 1.4 T/( x bd x (28 ) N/mm2 17.2 KN 30.61 = 97.54 kN & Moment = 62.389 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 970^2 1/2 14 25 x970^2x K x510x(1-1/3K)-97.54x1000x455-62.389x 10^6 =0 510 (1 1/3K) 97 54 1000 455 62 389 0 K^2- 3K +0.094=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0316 0.032x970 14.3 MPa

IS 456 : 2000 Cl 26.2.1.1

[OVERALL ANCHORAGE LENGTH REQUIRED IS SUFFICIENT]

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) MAXIMUM FORCE IN BOLTS = 706.2 88.3 Maximum force in each bolt in tension = Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By KN KN : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Load Case111 1 (DL+WL1)

Check For Tension:


Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N < = 88.28 176.72 167.94 167.94 167.94 100.76 400 7.9 0.0 1.0 910.0 0.91 103.81 62.28 no.s of kN kN 28 > 15db Reduction for Long Joint required IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3. where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) [Hence OK] mm dia. Bolts kN kN kN kN kN kN N/mm2 kN > 88.28 Hence OK As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.3) IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.5

Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnb)=0.9fub x An=0.9x400x/4x25^2= fyb x Asb x Ymb/Ym0=240x /4 x 28^2 x (1.25/1.1) Hence , Tnb = Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= Tnb =167.94 Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= 0.6 x Tnb = 0.6 x167.94 Check For Shear: ultimate tensile strength of bolt Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/N = No. of Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= No. of Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = 0.6 xVdsb= 16.0

Provide

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension Forc e per Bolt (Tf)= Design Tensile Strength of the Bolt (Tdf)= Factored Shear Force per Bolt = Vsf = Design shear Strength of the bolt = Vdf = Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = 88.28 100.76 7.91 62.28 0.02 kN kN kN kN SAFE 0.78 SAFE IS 800:2007 Cl 11.5.3

0.77 SAFE (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 = (7.9/62.28)^2+(88.28/100.76)^2 = Calculation of Plastic Secion modulus of Rectangular Section t/4 t At b Zp=bxt/2xt/4+bxt/2xt/4 =bt2/8+bt2/8=bt2/4 fy/fm0<M/Zp => Zp<M/(fy/fm0) => t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0)) t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0))
2

(Vsf/ Vdf)2 = (Tf/ Tdf)2 =

Ac t/4 a1 d1 a1/d1 114.00 250.00 0.46

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CHECKING OF PLATE THICKNESS BY W.T MOODY Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Base Plate Thickness :Exterior Panel : Two Continuous Edge is Fixed & Two Contineous Edge is Free Interior Panel :Three Contineous Edge is Fixed & One Edge is Free :-

a1 d1 a1= d1 = d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a Moment Coefficient a3 = 114 120.00 120.00 0.950 1 0 0.245 after interpolation mm mm mm a1= d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a 0.245 Moment Coefficient d1 73 251 0.29

a1

mm mm

0.75 1 0 a3 = 0.0296 after interpolation

For Coefficient See Page 33 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Me = a3 x s con-max x d12 = t requd = t requd = SUMMARY PLATE SIZE PLATE THICKNESS = = 1030x510 32 mm mm (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 0.5 27.80 mm 25496.71532 Nmm 27.80 mm

For Coefficient See Page 7 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Mp = a3 x (s con-max x (C-e)/C) x d12 = t requd = . SAFE (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 13498.40788 Nmm 20.2 mm

DESIGN FOR WELDED CONNECTION BETWEEN COLUMN PLATE Maximum Moment (M) = Axial Force (P) = size of weld for Web = Sw = size of weld for Flange = Sf = Ixx of Weld = Ymax = Area of Weld consider (Aweld)= Stresses Design Strength of fillet Weld = 132.00 92.13 1.01 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 = Minimum of [(Fu/3)/fm0=(610/3)/1.25] OR [0.6 x fy] =M x Ymax / Ixx = P/Aweld As per 800-2007 Cl 11.6.3.1 SAFE SAFE 648.26 kNm 23.74 kN 5 5 3553435262 505 33280. mm2 mm mm mm4 mm Full weld for shear check

Bending stress in weld = b = Axial stress in weld = axial =

Combine check for axial and bending =

92.13

N/mm2

=(b2 + axial2)1/2

As per 800-2007 Cl 11.5.4

0.69 < 1

SAFE

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By : : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

ANCHOR BOLT & BASE PLATE DESIGN (FIXED BASE)


SECTION SIZES: Depth of Web of column, dw = Thickness of column web, tw = Width of column flange, bf = Thickness of column flange, tf = BASE PLATE DETAILS: Yield stress of Plate, Fy = Length of Base Plate, L = Width of Base Plate, B = Thickness of Base Plate, t = Cantilever along Length = ANCHOR BOLT DETAILS: Dia. Of Anchor Bolt near to flanges, db = Anchorage length Of bolt, l = Anchorage length Of bolt acted for Bond, l = No. of Bolts nearer to flanges, N1 = Spacing of Bolts, g = Spacing of Bolts, p1 = Spacing of Stiffeners, p2 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e1 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e2 = Cantiliver on Both Side=Lz Diameter Of Anchor Bolt at centre d'b = centre, Anchorage length Of bolt at Centre, l' = No. of Bolts at centre, N2 = Grade of Bolts = Ultimate Tensile Streass of the Bolt =fub Yield Stress of bolt fyb = 0.6fub STIFFENER DETAILS: Thickness of stiffener, ts = width of stiffener, w = Height of stiffener, h = No. of stiffeners within column web = No. of Stiffeners within column flange = Pedestal Details: Grade of Concrete = Maximum Bearing Pressure, Fb = Length of Pedetsal = Width of Pedetsal = LOAD COMB. 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 114 1 (DL+WL4) 101 1.0(DL+LL) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 111 1 (DL+WL1) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 112 1 (DL+WL2) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) Shear Fx, KN -3.098 0.0 0.0 0.0 -4.1 3.1 -5.1 -3.8 -3.8 4.1 3.1 -4.4 -3.3 -3.3 M 25 14.25 740 500 LOAD DATA (STAAD OUTPUT) Vertical Fy, KN 290.371 -362.9 335.4 387.2 136.2 290.4 43.0 220.5 181.6 136.2 290.4 -286.4 -26.6 -65.5 Shear Fz, KN -4.245 25.4 -5.2 -5.7 -1.8 -4.2 1.8 -1.6 -1.3 -1.8 -4.2 5.3 1.1 1.4 Moment Mx, KNm -0.595 4.4 -0.7 -0.8 -0.2 -0.6 0.3 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.6 0.5 0.0 0.0 Moment Mz, KNm 24.844 0.0 0.0 0.0 33.1 -24.8 -0.3 -0.2 -0.2 -33.1 -24.8 -5.0 -3.8 -3.8 ENTER LOAD NUMBER 107.0 114.0 101.0 102.0 103.0 108.0 111.0 119.0 127.0 104.0 108.0 112.0 120.0 128.0 lue of bearing pressu 2.009 -1.672 1.266 1.466 1.731 0.190 0.174 0.842 0.692 1.760 0.190 -0.965 0.036 -0.118 81.720 N/mm2 mm mm 25.0 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.4.1 10 100 300 1 3 mm mm mm 3-1 Notes : We are not taking the advantage of centre bolt as it is not take any tension in the major axis. General Frames Frame No. Node No. Detail Location e1 345 640 400 20 90 mm mm g1 20 700 780 8 100.00 120.00 195.00 50.00 50.00 112.00 16 600 0 4.6 400.0 240.0 mm mm Upward Force Downward Force " -ve " " +ve " mm mm mm mm mm Fig. 1 mm mm mm e2 p2= 195 mm a=97.5mm a=90mm b=196mm b=195mm N/mm2 mm e2 p1 p1

400 8 350 20

mm mm mm mm

Frame-1 111, 126, 21 B


FRAME-1 ICO COLUMN

e1

Anticlockwise Momen" -ve " Clockwise Moment " +ve "

THESE LOAD COMBINATIONS ARE FOR A PARTICULAR CRITICAL NODE,HOWEVER ANY OTHER LOAD CASES COMING OUT TO BE CRITICAL FOR ANY OTHER NODES HAVE ALSO BEEN CHECKED FOR.

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE I : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CALCULATIONS FOR TENSION IN BOLTS 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) SP 40 PAGE NO-25 Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment 24.844 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K1= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1706.31 2.892 2.893x590 OR OR 63.69 290.371 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-290.371x1000x270-24.844x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.313=0 K2= Y= 0.108 0.108x590

OR 63.69

mm mm Compressive Force 106.9 KN 14.3 MPa

Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -108.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -106.9 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 290.4/(640x400) +24.9x6/(400x640^2) + -0.6x6/(640x400^2) 0.93 CASE II : 114 1 (DL+WL4) 13.74

Fig. 2.0 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => 362.923 kN & Moment 0.026 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)+362.923x1000x270-0.026x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +-0.297=0 K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= 1826.46 3.0957 3.096x590 OR -56.46 OR OR mm mm 14.3 MPa Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 362.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 14.5 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 377.450 KN Fig. 3 Tensile Force 377.5 KN -0.0957 -0.096x590

=>

Y VALUE BEYOND BASE PLATE, THUS IGNORED

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L ) (6 x Mx / L x B ) < Fb -363/(640x400) +-0.1x6/(400x640^2) + 4.4x6/(640x400^2) CASE III : 101 1.0(DL+LL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1714.40 2.9058 2.906x590 OR 55.60 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -176.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.5 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -174.4 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 335.4/(640x400) +0x6/(400x640^2) + -0.8x6/(640x400^2) 1.3 MPa [HENCE SAFE] -174.5 KN Fig. 4 55.60 335.362 kN & Moment 0 kNm -1.67 MPa [HENCE SAFE]
2 2

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-335.362x1000x270-0x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.274=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 0.0942 0.095x590

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE IV : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 0 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1705.48 2.8906 2.891x590 OR 64.52 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -203.3 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.6 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -200.6 Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 387.2/(640x400) +0x6/(400x640^2) + -0.8x6/(640x400^2) 1.5 MPa -200.7 KN 64.52 = 387.161 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-387.161x1000x270-0x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.317=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force Fig. 5 14.3 MPa 0.1094 0.11x590

[HENCE SAFE]

CASE V :

103 1 (DL+EQ+X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 33.125 kNm

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => > => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1727.40 2.9278 2.928x590 OR 42.60 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -14.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.8 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -14.0 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 136.3/(640x400) +33.2x6/(400x640^2) + -0.3x6/(640x400^2) CASE VI : 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 1.7 MPa -14.0 KN 42.60 = 136.229 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1 1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - M = 0 (L 2)^2 K (1-1/3 2 Mz 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-136.229x1000x270-33.125x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.212=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force Fig. 6 0.0722 0.073x590

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1706.31 2.8920 2.893x590 OR 63.69 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -108.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -106.9 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 290.4/(640x400) +-24.9x6/(400x640^2) + -0.6x6/(640x400^2) 0.2 MPa -106.9 KN = 290.371 kN & Moment = 24.844 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-290.371x1000x270-24.844x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.313=0 OR OR 63.69 mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 7 0.1080 0.108x590

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE VII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 111 1 (DL+WL1) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 0.284 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1762.89 2.9880 2.988x590 OR 7.11 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -22.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.9 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -21.8 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 43.1/(640x400) +-0.3x6/(400x640^2) + 0.3x6/(640x400^2) CASE VIII : 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 0.2 MPa -21.9 KN 7.11 = 43.031 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-43.031x1000x270-0.284x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.036=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 8 0.0120 0.013x590

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1733.73 2.9385 2.939x590 OR 36.27 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -117.1 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.7 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -116.5 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 220.5/(640x400) +-0.3x6/(400x640^2) + -0.2x6/(640x400^2) CASE IX : 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 0.8 MPa -116.5 KN 36.27 = 220.472 kN & Moment = 0.213 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 590^2 1/2 14 25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-220.472x1000x270-0.213x 10^6 =0 400 (1 1/3K) 220 472 1000 270 0 213 0 K^2- 3K +0.181=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 9 0.0615 0.062x590 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1740.21 2.9495 2.95x590 OR 29.79 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -96.7 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.5 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -96.2 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 181.7/(640x400) +-0.3x6/(400x640^2) + -0.2x6/(640x400^2) 0.7 MPa -96.2 KN 29.79 = 181.623 kN & Moment = 0.213 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-181.623x1000x270-0.213x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.149=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0505 0.051x590 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE X : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 33.125 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1727.40 2.9278 2.928x590 OR 42.60 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 136.3/(640x400) +-33.2x6/(400x640^2) + -0.3x6/(640x400^2) CASE XI : 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 1.8 MPa -14.8 KN 0.8 KN -14.0 KN -14.0 KN 42.60 = 136.229 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-136.229x1000x270-33.125x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.212=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0722 0.073x590 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force > => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1706.31 2.8920 2.893x590 OR 63.69 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 290.4/(640x400) +-24.9x6/(400x640^2) + -0.6x6/(640x400^2) CASE XII : 112 1 (DL+WL2) 0.2 MPa -108.8 KN 2.0 KN -106.9 KN -106.9 KN 63.69 = 290.371 kN & Moment = 24.844 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 x(L e2) 2 (1 1/3 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)-290.371x1000x270-24.844x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.313=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.1080 0.108x590 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1812.01 3.0712 3.072x590 OR -42.01 = 286.427 kN & Moment = 5.027 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)+286.427x1000x270-5.027x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +-0.219=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = 286.4 KN 1.7 KN 288.1 KN 288.2 KN Tensile Force 10 -0.0712 -0.072x590 14.3 MPa Y VALUE BEYOND BASE PLATE, THUS IGNORED

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -286.5/(640x400) +-5.1x6/(400x640^2) + 0.6x6/(640x400^2) -1.0 MPa [HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE XIII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 3.77 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1772.03 3.0034 3.004x590 OR -2.03 = 26.621 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)+26.621x1000x270-3.77x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +-0.011=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = 26.6 KN 0.1 KN 26.7 KN 26.8 KN Tensile Force 10 -0.0034 -0.004x590 14.3 MPa Y VALUE BEYOND BASE PLATE, THUS IGNORED

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -26.7/(640x400) +-3.8x6/(400x640^2) + -0.1x6/(640x400^2) CASE XIV : 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 3.77 kNm 0.0 MPa [HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 1778.23 3.0140 3.014x590 OR -8.23 = 65.471 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 590^2 1/2 14 25 x590^2x K x400x(1-1/3K)+65.471x1000x270-3.77x 10^6 =0 400 (1 1/3K)+65 471 1000 270 3 77 0 K^2- 3K +-0.043=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 65.5 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 65.5 KN Calculation for anchor bolt length 65.6 KN 1.4 Overall Anchorage length required Thus Doverall = 536.4 = T/( x bd x (20 ) mm [OVERALL ANCHORAGE LENGTH REQUIRED IS SUFFICIENT] N/mm2 IS 456 : 2000 Cl 26.2.1.1 Tensile Force 10 -0.0140 -0.014x590 14.3 MPa Y VALUE BEYOND BASE PLATE, THUS IGNORED

Permissible bond stress of Plain bars in tension , bd =

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -65.5/(640x400) +-3.8x6/(400x640^2) + 0.1x6/(640x400^2) -0.1 MPa [HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) MAXIMUM FORCE IN BOLTS = 377.5 47.2 Maximum force in each bolt in tension = Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By KN KN : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Load Case114 1 (DL+WL4)

Check For Tension:


Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N < = 47.19 81.72 85.68 81.72 81.72 49.03 400 0.0 0.0 1.0 540.0 0.94 54.56 32.74 no.s of kN kN 20 > 15db Reduction for Long Joint required IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3. where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) [Hence OK] mm dia. Bolts kN kN kN kN kN kN N/mm2 kN > 47.19 Hence OK As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.3) IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.5

Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnb)=0.9fub x An=0.9x400x/4x17^2= fyb x Asb x Ymb/Ym0=240x /4 x 20^2 x (1.25/1.1) Hence , Tnb = Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= Tnb =81.72 Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= 0.6 x Tnb = 0.6 x81.72 Check For Shear: ultimate tensile strength of bolt Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/N = No. of Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= No. of Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = 0.6 xVdsb= 16.0

Provide

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension Forc e per Bolt (Tf)= Design Tensile Strength of the Bolt (Tdf)= Factored Shear Force per Bolt = Vsf = Design shear Strength of the bolt = Vdf = Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = 47.19 49.03 0.00 32.74 0.00 kN kN kN kN SAFE SAFE

0.93 (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 = (0/32.73)^2+(47.19/49.03)^2 Calculation of Plastic Secion modulus of Rectangular Section t/4 t At b Zp=bxt/2xt/4+bxt/2xt/4 =bt2/8+bt2/8=bt2/4 fy/fm0<M/Zp => Zp<M/(fy/fm0) => t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0)) t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0))
2

(Vsf/ Vdf)2 = (Tf/ Tdf)2 =

0.93

SAFE

IS 800:2007 Cl 11.5.3

Ac t/4 a1 d1 a1/d1 90.00 195.00 0.46

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CHECKING OF PLATE THICKNESS BY W.T MOODY Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Base Plate Thickness :Exterior Panel : Two Continuous Edge is Fixed & Two Contineous Edge is Free Interior Panel :Three Contineous Edge is Fixed & One Edge is Free :-

a1 d1 a1= d1 = d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a Moment Coefficient a3 = 90 92.50 92.50 0.973 1 0 0.252 after interpolation mm mm mm a1= d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a 0.252 Moment Coefficient d1 97.5 196 0.50

a1

mm mm

0.75 1 0 a3 = 0.0844 after interpolation

For Coefficient See Page 33 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Me = a3 x s con-max x d12 = t requd = t requd = SUMMARY PLATE SIZE PLATE THICKNESS = = 640x400 20 mm mm (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 0.5 13.74 mm 4338.765894 Nmm 11.21 mm

For Coefficient See Page 7 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Mp = a3 x (s con-max x (C-e)/C) x d12 = t requd = . SAFE (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 6517.012208 Nmm 13.7 mm

DESIGN FOR WELDED CONNECTION BETWEEN COLUMN PLATE Maximum Moment (M) = Axial Force (P) = size of weld for Web = Sw = size of weld for Flange = Sf = Ixx of Weld = Ymax = Area of Weld consider (Aweld)= Stresses Design Strength of fillet Weld = 138.00 12.68 1.72 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 = Minimum of [(Fu/3)/fm0=(610/3)/1.25] OR [0.6 x fy] =M x Ymax / Ixx = P/Aweld As per 800-2007 Cl 11.6.3.1 SAFE SAFE 33.13 kNm 26.621 kN 5 5 809672791.7 310 21840. mm2 mm mm mm4 mm Full weld for shear check

Bending stress in weld = b = Axial stress in weld = axial =

Combine check for axial and bending =

12.80

N/mm2

=(b2 + axial2)1/2

As per 800-2007 Cl 11.5.4

0.09 < 1

SAFE

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By : : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

ANCHOR BOLT & BASE PLATE DESIGN (FIXED BASE)


SECTION SIZES: Depth of Web of column, dw = Thickness of column web, tw = Width of column flange, bf = Thickness of column flange, tf = BASE PLATE DETAILS: Yield stress of Plate, Fy = Length of Base Plate, L = Width of Base Plate, B = Thickness of Base Plate, t = Cantilever along Length = ANCHOR BOLT DETAILS: Dia. Of Anchor Bolt near to flanges, db = Anchorage length Of bolt, l = Anchorage length Of bolt acted for Bond, l = No. of Bolts nearer to flanges, N1 = Spacing of Bolts, g = Spacing of Bolts, p1 = Spacing of Stiffeners, p2 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e1 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e2 = Cantiliver on Both Side=Lz Diameter Of Anchor Bolt at centre d'b = centre, Anchorage length Of bolt at Centre, l' = No. of Bolts at centre, N2 = Grade of Bolts = Ultimate Tensile Streass of the Bolt =fub Yield Stress of bolt fyb = 0.6fub STIFFENER DETAILS: Thickness of stiffener, ts = width of stiffener, w = Height of stiffener, h = No. of stiffeners within column web = No. of Stiffeners within column flange = Pedestal Details: Grade of Concrete = Maximum Bearing Pressure, Fb = Length of Pedetsal = Width of Pedetsal = LOAD COMB. 112 1 (DL+WL2) 116 1 (DL+WL6) 101 1.0(DL+LL) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 113 1 (DL+WL3) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 114 1 (DL+WL4) 117 1 (DL+WL7) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) Shear Fx, KN 37.7 -44.0 1.6 1.8 -4.6 -2.5 -0.1 13.1 12.9 5.7 5.2 21.2 0.0 29.2 M 25 14.25 1170 690 LOAD DATA (STAAD OUTPUT) Vertical Fy, KN 16.2 -8.4 122.7 128.4 76.9 95.0 40.2 82.8 78.5 80.4 97.6 -4.4 40.2 49.5 Shear Fz, KN -49.2 -49.2 2.9 2.9 0.7 2.1 12.6 -4.5 -4.5 0.8 2.2 -28.5 45.0 -35.3 Moment Mx, KNm -264.1 -264.1 -4.5 -4.5 -1.2 -3.4 86.0 -26.8 -26.8 -1.1 -3.3 -145.7 266.2 -200.6 Moment Mz, KNm -303.2 368.9 -13.3 -15.7 65.6 40.8 0.7 -151.4 -149.6 -74.5 -64.3 -108.4 1.3 -235.8 ENTER LOAD NUMBER 112.0 116.0 101.0 102.0 103.0 107.0 113.0 119.0 127.0 104.0 108.0 114.0 117.0 120.0 lue of bearing pressu 6.974 0.965 0.004 0.415 0.685 0.458 1.455 1.908 1.885 0.807 0.779 3.302 4.364 5.405 219.350 N/mm2 mm mm 25.0 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.4.1 10 100 300 2 3 mm mm mm 3-2 Notes : We are not taking the advantage of centre bolt as it is not take any tension in the major axis. General Frames Frame No. Node No. Detail Location e1 330 1070 590 32 125 mm mm g1 32 1125 1253 8 150.00 160.00 146.00 70.00 70.00 150.00 24 850 8 4.6 400.0 240.0 mm mm Upward Force Downward Force " -ve " " +ve " mm mm mm mm mm Fig. 1 mm mm mm e2 p2= 146 mm a=73mm a=125mm b=290mm b=290mm N/mm2 mm e2 p1 p1

750 10 475 25

mm mm mm mm

End Frame-1 1, 4, 196 A1


EndFrame-1 SW COLUMN

e1

Anticlockwise Momen" -ve " Clockwise Moment " +ve "

THESE LOAD COMBINATIONS ARE FOR A PARTICULAR CRITICAL NODE,HOWEVER ANY OTHER LOAD CASES COMING OUT TO BE CRITICAL FOR ANY OTHER NODES HAVE ALSO BEEN CHECKED FOR.

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE I : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CALCULATIONS FOR TENSION IN BOLTS 112 1 (DL+WL2) SP 40 PAGE NO-25 Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment 303.221 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K1= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2924.16 2.924 2.925x1000 OR OR 75.84 16.199 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-16.199x1000x465-303.221x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.222=0 K2= Y= 0.076 0.076x1000

OR 75.84

mm mm Tensile Force 889.7 KN 14.3 MPa

Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 302.6 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 587.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 889.6 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 16.2/(1070x590) +-303.3x6/(590x1070^2) + -264.2x6/(1070x590^2) 0.85 CASE II : 116 1 (DL+WL6) 30.59

Fig. 7.0 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => 8.412 kN & Moment 368.852 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)+8.412x1000x465-368.852x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.261=0 K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= 2910.52 2.9105 2.911x1000 OR 89.48 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 384.6 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 586.9 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 971.500 KN Fig. 3 89.48 OR OR mm mm 14.3 MPa Tensile Force 971.5 KN 0.0895 0.09x1000

=>

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L ) (6 x Mx / L x B ) < Fb -8.5/(1070x590) +368.9x6/(590x1070^2) + -264.2x6/(1070x590^2) CASE III : 101 1.0(DL+LL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2983.17 2.9832 2.984x1000 OR 16.83 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -51.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 10.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -42.0 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 122.8/(1070x590) +-13.4x6/(590x1070^2) + -4.5x6/(1070x590^2) 0.0 MPa [HENCE SAFE] -42.0 KN Fig. 4 16.83 122.701 kN & Moment 13.313 kNm 0.96 MPa [HENCE SAFE]
2 2

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-122.701x1000x465-13.313x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.051=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 0.0168 0.017x1000

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE IV : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 15.668 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2981.96 2.9820 2.982x1000 OR 18.04 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -52.6 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 10.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -42.6 Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 128.5/(1070x590) +-15.7x6/(590x1070^2) + -4.5x6/(1070x590^2) 0.4 MPa -42.7 KN 18.04 = 128.432 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-128.432x1000x465-15.668x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.054=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force Fig. 5 14.3 MPa 0.0180 0.019x1000

[HENCE SAFE]

CASE V :

103 1 (DL+EQ+X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 65.612 kNm

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => > => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2975.68 2.9757 2.976x1000 OR 24.32 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 25.3 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 2.7 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 28.0 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 77/(1070x590) +65.7x6/(590x1070^2) + -1.3x6/(1070x590^2) CASE VI : 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 0.7 MPa 28.0 KN 24.32 = 76.933 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1 1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - M = 0 (L 2)^2 K (1-1/3 2 Mz 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-76.933x1000x465-65.612x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.073=0 OR OR mm mm Tensile Force Fig. 6 0.0243 0.025x1000

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2979.65 2.9796 2.98x1000 OR 20.35 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -9.5 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 7.5 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -1.9 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 95.1/(1070x590) +40.8x6/(590x1070^2) + -3.4x6/(1070x590^2) 0.5 MPa -2.0 KN = 95.04 kN & Moment = 40.78 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-95.04x1000x465-40.78x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.061=0 OR OR 20.35 mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 7 0.0204 0.021x1000

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE VII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 113 1 (DL+WL3) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 0.683 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2995.39 2.9954 2.996x1000 OR 4.61 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -20.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 191.1 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 170.4 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 40.2/(1070x590) +0.7x6/(590x1070^2) + 86.1x6/(1070x590^2) CASE VIII : 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 1.5 MPa 170.4 KN 4.61 = 40.153 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-40.153x1000x465-0.683x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.014=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 8 0.0046 0.005x1000

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2954.13 2.9541 2.955x1000 OR 45.87 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 110.0 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 59.6 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 169.6 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 82.9/(1070x590) +-151.4x6/(590x1070^2) + -26.9x6/(1070x590^2) CASE IX : 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 1.9 MPa 169.7 KN 45.87 = 82.827 kN & Moment = 151.368 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 1000^2 1/2 14 25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-82.827x1000x465-151.368x 10^6 =0 590 (1 1/3K) 82 827 1000 465 151 368 0 K^2- 3K +0.136=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 9 0.0459 0.046x1000 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2955.05 2.9551 2.956x1000 OR 44.95 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 110.4 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 59.6 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 170.1 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 78.6/(1070x590) +-149.7x6/(590x1070^2) + -26.9x6/(1070x590^2) 1.9 MPa 170.1 KN 44.95 = 78.528 kN & Moment = 149.603 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-78.528x1000x465-149.603x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.133=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0449 0.045x1000 14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE X : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 74.47 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2973.16 2.9732 2.974x1000 OR 26.84 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 80.4/(1070x590) +-74.5x6/(590x1070^2) + -1.2x6/(1070x590^2) CASE XI : 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 0.8 MPa 32.5 KN 2.5 KN 35.0 KN 35.1 KN 26.84 = 80.357 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-80.357x1000x465-74.47x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.08=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0268 0.027x1000 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force > => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2973.68 2.9737 2.974x1000 OR 26.32 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 97.7/(1070x590) +-64.3x6/(590x1070^2) + -3.4x6/(1070x590^2) CASE XII : 114 1 (DL+WL4) 0.8 MPa 13.0 KN 7.4 KN 20.5 KN 20.5 KN 26.32 = 97.608 kN & Moment = 64.282 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 x(L e2) 2 (1 1/3 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-97.608x1000x465-64.282x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.079=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0263 0.027x1000 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2974.48 2.9745 2.975x1000 OR 25.52 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -4.4/(1070x590) +-108.5x6/(590x1070^2) + -145.7x6/(1070x590^2) 3.3 MPa 111.7 KN 323.7 KN 435.4 KN 435.4 KN 25.52 = 4.387 kN & Moment = 108.412 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)+4.387x1000x465-108.412x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.076=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0255 0.026x1000 14.3 MPa

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE XIII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 117 1 (DL+WL7) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 1.301 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2995.23 2.9952 2.996x1000 OR 4.77 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 40.3/(1070x590) +1.4x6/(590x1070^2) + 266.3x6/(1070x590^2) CASE XIV : 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 4.4 MPa -20.2 KN 591.6 KN 571.4 KN 571.4 KN 4.77 = 40.245 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-40.245x1000x465-1.301x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.015=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0048 0.005x1000 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2937.10 2.9371 2.938x1000 OR 62.90 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 214.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 445.8 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 660.7 KN Calculation for anchor bolt length Permissible bond stress of Plain bars in tension , bd = Overall Anchorage length required Thus Doverall Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 49.5/(1070x590) +-235.9x6/(590x1070^2) + -200.6x6/(1070x590^2) 5.4 MPa = 862.8 = mm 1.4 T/( x bd x (32 ) N/mm2 660.7 KN 62.90 = 49.49 kN & Moment = 235.845 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 1000^2 1/2 14 25 x1000^2x K x590x(1-1/3K)-49.49x1000x465-235.845x 10^6 =0 590 (1 1/3K) 49 49 1000 465 235 845 0 K^2- 3K +0.185=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0629 0.063x1000 14.3 MPa

IS 456 : 2000 Cl 26.2.1.1

[OVERALL ANCHORAGE LENGTH REQUIRED IS SUFFICIENT]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) MAXIMUM FORCE IN BOLTS = 971.5 121.4 Maximum force in each bolt in tension = Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By KN KN : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Load Case116 1 (DL+WL6)

Check For Tension:


Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N < = 121.44 237.79 219.35 219.35 219.35 131.61 400 2.8 0.0 1.0 930.0 0.93 138.14 82.88 no.s of kN kN 32 > 15db Reduction for Long Joint required IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3. where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) [Hence OK] mm dia. Bolts kN kN kN kN kN kN N/mm2 kN > 121.44 Hence OK As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.3) IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.5

Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnb)=0.9fub x An=0.9x400x/4x29^2= fyb x Asb x Ymb/Ym0=240x /4 x 32^2 x (1.25/1.1) Hence , Tnb = Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= Tnb =219.35 Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= 0.6 x Tnb = 0.6 x219.35 Check For Shear: ultimate tensile strength of bolt Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/N = No. of Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= No. of Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = 0.6 xVdsb= 16.0

Provide

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension Forc e per Bolt (Tf)= Design Tensile Strength of the Bolt (Tdf)= Factored Shear Force per Bolt = Vsf = Design shear Strength of the bolt = Vdf = Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = 121.44 131.61 2.75 82.88 0.00 kN kN kN kN SAFE 0.85 SAFE IS 800:2007 Cl 11.5.3

0.85 SAFE (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 = (2.75/82.88)^2+(121.44/131.61)^2 = Calculation of Plastic Secion modulus of Rectangular Section t/4 t At b Zp=bxt/2xt/4+bxt/2xt/4 =bt2/8+bt2/8=bt2/4 fy/fm0<M/Zp => Zp<M/(fy/fm0) => t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0)) t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0))
2

(Vsf/ Vdf)2 = (Tf/ Tdf)2 =

Ac t/4 a1 d1 a1/d1 125.00 290.00 0.43

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CHECKING OF PLATE THICKNESS BY W.T MOODY Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Base Plate Thickness :Exterior Panel : Two Continuous Edge is Fixed & Two Contineous Edge is Free Interior Panel :Three Contineous Edge is Fixed & One Edge is Free :-

a1 d1 a1= d1 = d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a Moment Coefficient a3 = 125 140.00 140.00 0.893 1 0 0.226 after interpolation mm mm mm a1= d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a 0.226 Moment Coefficient d1 73 290 0.25

a1

mm mm

0.75 1 0 a3 = 0.0213 after interpolation

For Coefficient See Page 33 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Me = a3 x s con-max x d12 = t requd = t requd = SUMMARY PLATE SIZE PLATE THICKNESS = = 1070x590 32 mm mm (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 0.5 30.59 mm 30884.62744 Nmm 30.59 mm

For Coefficient See Page 7 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Mp = a3 x (s con-max x (C-e)/C) x d12 = t requd = . SAFE (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 12474.29355 Nmm 19.4 mm

DESIGN FOR WELDED CONNECTION BETWEEN COLUMN PLATE Maximum Moment (M) = Axial Force (P) = size of weld for Web = Sw = size of weld for Flange = Sf = Ixx of Weld = Ymax = Area of Weld consider (Aweld)= Stresses Design Strength of fillet Weld = 132.00 46.94 0.16 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 = Minimum of [(Fu/3)/fm0=(610/3)/1.25] OR [0.6 x fy] =M x Ymax / Ixx = P/Aweld As per 800-2007 Cl 11.6.3.1 SAFE SAFE 368.85 kNm 4.387 kN 5 5 4125740347 525 38200. mm2 mm mm mm4 mm Full weld for shear check

Bending stress in weld = b = Axial stress in weld = axial =

Combine check for axial and bending =

46.94

N/mm2

=(b2 + axial2)1/2

As per 800-2007 Cl 11.5.4

0.35 < 1

SAFE

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By : : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

ANCHOR BOLT & BASE PLATE DESIGN (FIXED BASE)


SECTION SIZES: Depth of Web of column, dw = Thickness of column web, tw = Width of column flange, bf = Thickness of column flange, tf = BASE PLATE DETAILS: Yield stress of Plate, Fy = Length of Base Plate, L = Width of Base Plate, B = Thickness of Base Plate, t = Cantilever along Length = ANCHOR BOLT DETAILS: Dia. Of Anchor Bolt near to flanges, db = Anchorage length Of bolt, l = Anchorage length Of bolt acted for Bond, l = No. of Bolts nearer to flanges, N1 = Spacing of Bolts, g = Spacing of Bolts, p1 = Spacing of Stiffeners, p2 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e1 = Edge Distance of Bolts, e2 = Cantiliver on Both Side=Lz Diameter Of Anchor Bolt at centre d'b = centre, Anchorage length Of bolt at Centre, l' = No. of Bolts at centre, N2 = Grade of Bolts = Ultimate Tensile Streass of the Bolt =fub Yield Stress of bolt fyb = 0.6fub STIFFENER DETAILS: Thickness of stiffener, ts = width of stiffener, w = Height of stiffener, h = No. of stiffeners within column web = No. of Stiffeners within column flange = Pedestal Details: Grade of Concrete = Maximum Bearing Pressure, Fb = Length of Pedetsal = Width of Pedetsal = LOAD COMB. 112 1 (DL+WL2) 116 1 (DL+WL6) 101 1.0(DL+LL) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) 103 1 (DL+EQ+X) 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) 113 1 (DL+WL3) 117 1 (DL+WL7) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) Shear Fx, KN -109.1 -109.1 2.4 2.4 0.7 1.8 -11.5 -11.5 0.7 1.8 29.8 102.0 -80.6 -80.6 M 25 14.25 1030 580 LOAD DATA (STAAD OUTPUT) Vertical Fy, KN -60.8 -62.1 154.2 166.7 85.1 125.0 71.3 61.9 85.1 125.0 5.9 1.4 15.6 6.3 Shear Fz, KN 2.9 -3.5 0.0 0.0 -0.8 -0.6 1.9 1.9 0.8 0.6 0.0 0.0 2.1 2.1 Moment Mx, KNm -14.8 18.3 0.0 0.0 4.0 3.0 -9.9 -9.9 -4.0 -3.0 0.0 0.0 -11.1 -11.1 Moment Mz, KNm -553.6 -553.5 -8.6 -8.7 -2.6 -6.5 -49.5 -49.5 -2.6 -6.5 199.9 571.7 -419.8 -419.8 ENTER LOAD NUMBER 112.0 116.0 101.0 102.0 103.0 107.0 119.0 127.0 104.0 108.0 113.0 117.0 120.0 128.0 lue of bearing pressu 8.281 7.349 0.221 0.248 0.266 0.271 1.153 1.132 0.041 0.102 2.902 8.265 6.414 6.393 167.940 N/mm2 mm mm 25.0 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.4.1 10 100 300 2 3 mm mm mm 3-2 Notes : We are not taking the advantage of centre bolt as it is not take any tension in the major axis. General Frames Frame No. Node No. Detail Location e1 330 930 480 32 114 mm mm g1 28 975 1087 8 120.00 140.00 210.00 60.00 60.00 134.00 20 700 4 4.6 400.0 240.0 mm mm Upward Force Downward Force " -ve " " +ve " mm mm mm mm mm Fig. 1 mm mm mm e2 p2= 210 mm a=105mm a=114mm b=237mm b=235mm N/mm2 mm e2 p1 p1

650 6 375 16

mm mm mm mm

End Frame-1 6, 213, 211 C


ndFrame-1 Endwall Colum

e1

Anticlockwise Momen" -ve " Clockwise Moment " +ve "

THESE LOAD COMBINATIONS ARE FOR A PARTICULAR CRITICAL NODE,HOWEVER ANY OTHER LOAD CASES COMING OUT TO BE CRITICAL FOR ANY OTHER NODES HAVE ALSO BEEN CHECKED FOR.

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE I : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) CALCULATIONS FOR TENSION IN BOLTS 112 1 (DL+WL2) SP 40 PAGE NO-25 Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment 553.623 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => K1= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2418.10 2.779 2.78x870 OR OR 191.90 60.791 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)+60.791x1000x405-553.623x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.614=0 K2= Y= 0.221 0.221x870

OR 191.90

mm mm Tensile Force 758.4 KN 14.3 MPa

Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 717.1 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 41.2 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 758.4 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb -60.8/(930x480) +-553.7x6/(480x930^2) + -14.9x6/(930x480^2) 0.92 CASE II : 116 1 (DL+WL6) 30.97

Fig. 8.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Tensile Force => => => 62.069 kN & Moment 553.541 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) + P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)+62.069x1000x405-553.541x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.613=0 K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= 2418.33 2.7797 2.78x870 OR 191.67 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 717.6 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 50.8 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 768.410 KN Fig. 3 191.67 OR OR mm mm 14.3 MPa Tensile Force 768.5 KN 0.2203 0.221x870

=>

Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L ) (6 x Mx / L x B ) < Fb -62.1/(930x480) +-553.6x6/(480x930^2) + 18.4x6/(930x480^2) CASE III : 101 1.0(DL+LL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2585.88 2.9723 2.973x870 OR 24.12 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -71.8 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -71.8 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 154.3/(930x480) +-8.7x6/(480x930^2) + 0x6/(930x480^2) 0.2 MPa [HENCE SAFE] -71.8 KN Fig. 4 24.12 154.247 kN & Moment 8.636 kNm 7.35 MPa [HENCE SAFE]
2 2

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-154.247x1000x405-8.636x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.083=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 0.0277 0.028x870

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE IV : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 102 1.0(DL+LL+CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 8.659 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2584.14 2.9703 2.971x870 OR 25.86 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -78.3 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 0.0 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -78.3 Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 166.7/(930x480) +-8.7x6/(480x930^2) + 0x6/(930x480^2) 0.2 MPa -78.3 KN 25.86 = 166.7 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-166.7x1000x405-8.659x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.089=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force Fig. 5 14.3 MPa 0.0297 0.03x870

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CASE V :

103 1 (DL+EQ+X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 2.569 kNm

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => > => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2597.49 2.9856 2.986x870 OR 12.51 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -42.3 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 11.2 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -31.1 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 85.2/(930x480) +-2.6x6/(480x930^2) + 4.1x6/(930x480^2) CASE VI : 107 1 (0.75DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ+X+0.75CL) 0.3 MPa -31.2 KN 12.51 = 85.106 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1 1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - M = 0 (L 2)^2 K (1-1/3 2 Mz 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-85.106x1000x405-2.569x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.043=0 OR OR mm mm Compressive Force Fig. 6 0.0144 0.015x870

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2590.66 2.9778 2.978x870 OR 19.34 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -58.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 8.4 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -50.5 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 125.1/(930x480) +-6.5x6/(480x930^2) + 3.1x6/(930x480^2) 0.3 MPa -50.5 KN = 125.025 kN & Moment = 6.494 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-125.025x1000x405-6.494x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.067=0 OR OR 19.34 mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 14.3 MPa 7 0.0222 0.023x870

[HENCE SAFE]

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE VII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 119 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 49.483 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2583.40 2.9694 2.97x870 OR 26.60 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 19.7 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 27.6 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 47.3 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 71.3/(930x480) +-49.5x6/(480x930^2) + -10x6/(930x480^2) CASE VIII : 127 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL1) 1.2 MPa 47.3 KN 26.60 = 71.251 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-71.251x1000x405-49.483x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.091=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 8 0.0306 0.031x870

14.3 MPa

[HENCE SAFE]

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2584.70 2.9709 2.971x870 OR 25.30 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 24.6 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 27.6 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 52.2 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 62/(930x480) +-49.5x6/(480x930^2) + -10x6/(930x480^2) CASE IX : 104 1 (DL+EQ-X) 1.1 MPa 52.2 KN 25.30 = 61.911 kN & Moment = 49.465 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 870^2 1/2 14 25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-61.911x1000x405-49.465x 10^6 =0 480 (1 1/3K) 61 911 1000 405 49 465 0 K^2- 3K +0.087=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 9 0.0291 0.03x870 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2597.49 2.9856 2.986x870 OR 12.51 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= -42.3 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 11.2 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = -31.1 KN Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 85.2/(930x480) +-2.6x6/(480x930^2) + -4.1x6/(930x480^2) 0.0 MPa -31.2 KN 12.51 = 85.106 kN & Moment = 2.569 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-85.106x1000x405-2.569x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.043=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0144 0.015x870 14.3 MPa

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE X : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 108 1 (DL+0.75LL+0.75EQ-X) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 6.494 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2590.66 2.9778 2.978x870 OR 19.34 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 125.1/(930x480) +-6.5x6/(480x930^2) + -3.1x6/(930x480^2) CASE XI : 113 1 (DL+WL3) 0.1 MPa -58.9 KN 8.4 KN -50.5 KN -50.5 KN 19.34 = 125.025 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-125.025x1000x405-6.494x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.067=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Compressive Force 10 0.0222 0.023x870 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force > => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2540.16 2.9197 2.92x870 OR 69.84 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 6/(930x480) +199.9x6/(480x930^2) + 0x6/(930x480^2) CASE XII : 117 1 (DL+WL7) 2.9 MPa 233.0 KN 0.0 KN 233.0 KN 233.0 KN 69.84 = 5.908 kN & Moment = 199.854 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 x(L e2) 2 (1 1/3 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-5.908x1000x405-199.854x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.235=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.0803 0.081x870 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2400.93 2.7597 2.76x870 OR 209.07 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 1.5/(930x480) +571.7x6/(480x930^2) + 0x6/(930x480^2) 8.3 MPa 713.6 KN 0.0 KN 713.6 KN 713.7 KN 209.07 = 1.432 kN & Moment = 571.667 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-1.432x1000x405-571.667x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.664=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.2403 0.241x870 14.3 MPa

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT CASE XIII : : : : : : J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) 120 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2+0.75CL) Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only. & Moment = 419.785 kNm Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By : : : : : R1 24/01/2012 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB

Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2457.93 2.8252 2.826x870 OR 152.07 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= Total Tension in bolts, T = Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 15.7/(930x480) +-419.8x6/(480x930^2) + -11.2x6/(930x480^2) CASE XIV : 128 1 (0.75DL+0.75 LL+0.75 WL2) 6.4 MPa 504.5 KN 30.9 KN 535.4 KN 535.5 KN 152.07 = 15.603 kN

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-15.603x1000x405-419.785x 10^6 =0 K^2- 3K +0.494=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.1748 0.175x870 14.3 MPa

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Calculating the Y & Tension in the Bolt as per SP 40 Page 24 for analysis only. Compressive Force => => > => K= Y=Kx(L-e2)= Y= => 2459.38 2.8269 2.827x870 OR 150.62 Tension in bolts due to Major Moment, T1 =1/2xFbxYxB P= 508.9 KN Tension in bolts due to Minor Moment, T2 =M/(B-e1*2)= 30.9 KN Total Tension in bolts, T = 539.8 KN Calculation for anchor bolt length Permissible bond stress of Plain bars in tension , bd = Overall Anchorage length required Thus Doverall Check for Base Plate Under Bearing Pressure (P/(B x L)) (6 x Mz / B x L2) (6 x Mx / L x B2) < Fb 6.3/(930x480) +-419.8x6/(480x930^2) + -11.2x6/(930x480^2) 6.4 MPa = 780.0 = mm 1.4 T/( x bd x (28 ) N/mm2 539.9 KN 150.62 = 6.262 kN & Moment = 419.767 kNm

Refer SP 40 Page 24 to 25 for analysis only.

1/2 x Fb x(L-e2)^2 xK x B x (1-1/3 K) - P x ( L/2 - e2 ) - Mz = 0 1/2x14.25 870^2 1/2 14 25 x870^2x K x480x(1-1/3K)-6.262x1000x405-419.767x 10^6 =0 480 (1 1/3K) 6 262 1000 405 419 767 0 K^2- 3K +0.49=0 OR OR mm mm Fig. Tensile Force 10 0.1731 0.174x870 14.3 MPa

IS 456 : 2000 Cl 26.2.1.1

[OVERALL ANCHORAGE LENGTH REQUIRED IS SUFFICIENT]

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Load Case116 1 (DL+WL6)

Check For Tension:


Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N < = 96.06 176.72 167.94 167.94 167.94 100.76 400 6.8 0.0 1.0 810.0 0.93 105.84 63.50 no.s of kN kN 28 > 15db Reduction for Long Joint required IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3. where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) [Hence OK] mm dia. Bolts kN kN kN kN kN kN N/mm2 kN > 96.06 Hence OK As per IS 800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.3) IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.5

Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnb)=0.9fub x An=0.9x400x/4x25^2= fyb x Asb x Ymb/Ym0=240x /4 x 28^2 x (1.25/1.1) Hence , Tnb = Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= Tnb =167.94 Capacity of Bolt (Tdb)=Tdb= 0.6 x Tnb = 0.6 x167.94 Check For Shear: ultimate tensile strength of bolt Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/N = No. of Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= No. of Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = 0.6 xVdsb= 16.0

Provide

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension Forc e per Bolt (Tf)= Design Tensile Strength of the Bolt (Tdf)= Factored Shear Force per Bolt = Vsf = Design shear Strength of the bolt = Vdf = Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = 96.06 100.76 6.82 63.50 0.01 kN kN kN kN SAFE 0.92 SAFE IS 800:2007 Cl 11.5.3

0.91 SAFE (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 = (6.82/63.5)^2+(96.06/100.76)^2 = Calculation of Plastic Secion modulus of Rectangular Section t/4 t At b Zp=bxt/2xt/4+bxt/2xt/4 =bt2/8+bt2/8=bt2/4 fy/fm0<M/Zp => Zp<M/(fy/fm0) => t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0)) t = 4M/(bx(fy/fm0))
2

(Vsf/ Vdf)2 = (Tf/ Tdf)2 =

Ac t/4 a1 d1 a1/d1 114.00 235.00 0.49

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Base Plate Thickness :Exterior Panel : Two Continuous Edge is Fixed & Two Contineous Edge is Free Interior Panel :Three Contineous Edge is Fixed & One Edge is Free :-

a1 d1 a1= d1 = d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a Moment Coefficient a3 = 114 112.50 112.50 0.987 1 0 0.257 after interpolation mm mm mm a1= d1 = a1/d1 = Assuming Y/b Assuming X/a 0.257 Moment Coefficient d1 105 237 0.44

a1

mm mm

0.75 1 0 a3 = 0.0681 after interpolation

For Coefficient See Page 33 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Me = a3 x s con-max x d12 = t requd = t requd = SUMMARY PLATE SIZE PLATE THICKNESS = = 930x480 32 mm mm (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 0.5 30.97 mm 27653.36076 Nmm 28.95 mm

For Coefficient See Page 7 of Moment & Reaction for rectangular plate by W.T Moody Mp = a3 x (s con-max x (C-e)/C) x d12 = t requd = . SAFE (6 x Me/(fy x 0.6) ) 31659.3535 Nmm 31.0 mm

DESIGN FOR WELDED CONNECTION BETWEEN COLUMN PLATE Maximum Moment (M) = Axial Force (P) = size of weld for Web = Sw = size of weld for Flange = Sf = Ixx of Weld = Ymax = Area of Weld consider (Aweld)= Stresses Design Strength of fillet Weld = 132.00 97.36 0.06 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 = Minimum of [(Fu/3)/fm0=(610/3)/1.25] OR [0.6 x fy] =M x Ymax / Ixx = P/Aweld As per 800-2007 Cl 11.6.3.1 SAFE SAFE 571.67 kNm 1.432 kN 5 5 2671716565 455 32240. mm2 mm mm mm4 mm Full weld for shear check

Bending stress in weld = b = Axial stress in weld = axial =

Combine check for axial and bending =

97.36

N/mm2

=(b2 + axial2)1/2

As per 800-2007 Cl 11.5.4

0.73 < 1

SAFE

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SECTION 2.5 CONNECTION PLATE DESIGN

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FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 Frame-1 SW COLUMN CONNECTION PLATE (4.3m From FFL) 142 115 CP1

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 4 750 350 16 8 94.623 151.438 151.606 4 345 1 560 40 28.03 29.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

273.50 68.37 15.71 84.08 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

11.8 0.0 1.0 866.0 0.86

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 124.57 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 163.64 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 124.58 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 74.75 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 84.08 98.06 11.82 74.75 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (11.82/74.74)^2+(84.08/98.05)^2 0.76 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 7.07 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (930-20)/2 455 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((350x3.535^3/12)+((350x3.535)(391^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+2x(322x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 1155384834 mm4 59.64 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 60.88 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 60.88 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(68.37x40xmm)/1000
2.73 KN-m

68.37 2.73

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 15.05

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 8 nos -

930 20

x mm Dia Bolts

350

20

mm

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BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 Haunch 92 116 CP-2

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

27 8 6 5 4 8 900 250 12 8 194.778 632.367 80.349 6 345 1 560 50 28.03 53.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 40.5 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

733.56 91.69 61.59 153.28 325.7 416.4 325.7 195.4

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

12.2 0.0 1.0 1008.0 0.89

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 234.92 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.57 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 209.48 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 209.49 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 125.69 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 153.28 195.44 12.17 125.69 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (12.17/125.69)^2+(153.28/195.43)^2 0.62 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 10.02 M X Ymax Ix Y max= (1140-20)/2 Y max= 560 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((250x5.656^3/12)+((250x5.656)(462^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x98^3/12)+4x(392x3.535^3/12)+2x(392x3.535)x150^2)) Ix= FM= 2047492794 mm4 172.96 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 173.82 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 173.82 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(91.69x50xmm)/1000
4.58 KN-m

91.69 4.58

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 17.79

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

1140 27

x mm Dia Bolts

420

20

mm

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FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 3.67m from haunch 99 111 CP-3

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

16 5 4 5 4 8 500 250 12 8 50.607 82.447 70.27 5 345 1 560 40 22.42 33.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 24 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

196.16 24.52 -5.31 24.52 95.6 146.2 95.6 57.3

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

3.2 0.0 1.0 608.0 0.89

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 82.19 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.74 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 128.00 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 82.19 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 49.31 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 19.21 57.34 3.16 49.31 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (3.16/49.31)^2+(19.21/57.34)^2 0.12 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 4.12 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (680-20)/2 330 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((250x3.535^3/12)+((250x3.535)(262^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x68^3/12)+2x(352x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 397195554.5 mm4 68.50 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 68.87 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 68.87 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(24.52x40xmm)/1000
0.98 KN-m

24.52 0.98

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 8.65

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

680 16

x mm Dia Bolts

380

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 15.67m from haunch 86 112 CP-4

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 8 500 275 12 8 83.642 181.17 90.313 5 345 1 560 40 22.42 33.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

399.00 49.87 13.35 63.22 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

5.2 0.0 1.0 608.0 0.92

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 133.93 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 130.91 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 130.91 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 78.55 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 63.22 98.06 5.22 78.55 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (5.22/78.54)^2+(63.22/98.05)^2 0.42 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 6.62 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (680-20)/2 330 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((275x3.535^3/12)+((275x3.535)(262^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x68^3/12)+2x(352x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 421461576.7 mm4 141.85 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 142.32 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 142.32 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(49.87x40xmm)/1000
1.99 KN-m

49.87 1.99

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 12.34

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

680 20

x mm Dia Bolts

380

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


SI units mm mm mm N

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 ICO CAP PLATE 18 111 CP5

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two value Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

16 5 4 5 4 8 400 350 20 8 6.76 97.564 313.453 5 345 1 560 40 22.42 25.00

Frame No. Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No. A 1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

ymf ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress > 1.5x D 24 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

389.02 48.62 -3.72 48.62 95.6 146.2 95.6 57.3

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= f Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns=

0.4 0.0 1.0

kN

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD PROJECT Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily BUILDING SHELL STORE 0.91 Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 84.62 kN 0.74 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 128.00 kN 84.63 Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= kN perm. Shear strength of bolt = 50.78 kN Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj

Recommded By SSB Approved By Anil Seth where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1)

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 44.90 57.34 0.42 50.78 kN kN kN kN (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (0.42/50.77)^2+(44.9/57.34)^2 = 0.61 = OK IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) =

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 0.53 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (580-20)/2 280 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((350x3.535^3/12)+((350x3.535)(220^2)))X4)+((3.53512)x2)+8x(3.535x60^3/12)+2x(352x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM=


4 324417051.9 mm

84.21

N/mm2

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE
2 2 RESULTANT= (FM +3 x FD )^0.5

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

RESULTANT= Shear Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 84.21 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

84.21 211.31 193.2 <

N/mm2. N/mm2 N/mm2 193.2 N/mm2 As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment Md =
1/2

(48.62x40xmm)/1000
1.94 KN-m

48.62 1.94

KN KN-m

t =

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 12.18

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

580 16

x mm Dia Bolts

380

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


SI units mm mm mm N

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


FRAME-1 ICO CONN PLATE (4.3m from FFL) 239 112 CP6

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two value Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 4 400 350 20 8 4.377 23.906 277.588 4 345 1 560 40 22.42 25.00

Frame No. Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No. A 1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

ymf ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

195.71 48.92 12.68 61.60 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= f Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns=

0.5 0.0 1.0

kN

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JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD PROJECT Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily BUILDING SHELL STORE 0.94 Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 136.98 kN 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 130.91 kN 130.91 Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= kN perm. Shear strength of bolt = 78.55 kN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj

Recommded By SSB Approved By Anil Seth where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1)

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 61.60 98.06 0.54 78.55 kN kN kN kN (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (0.54/78.54)^2+(61.6/98.05)^2 = 0.39 = OK IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) =

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 0.40 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (580-20)/2 280 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((350x3.535^3/12)+((350x3.535)(220^2)))X4)+((3.53512)x2)+2x(322x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM=


4 322380612.1 mm

20.76

N/mm2

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE
2 2 RESULTANT= (FM +3 x FD )^0.5

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

RESULTANT= Shear Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 20.78 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

20.78 211.31 193.2 <

N/mm2. N/mm2 N/mm2 193.2 N/mm2 As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment Md =
1/2

(48.92x40xmm)/1000
1.96 KN-m

48.92 1.96

KN KN-m

t =

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 12.73

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 8 nos -

580 20

x mm Dia Bolts

350

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


SI units mm mm mm N

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 Canopy CP 230 116 Canopy CP

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two value Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

16 5 4 5 4 4 700 150 6 6 45.187 67.056 1 4 345 1 560 40 22.42 39.00

Frame No. Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No. A 1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

ymf ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress > 1.5x D 24 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

95.48 23.87 11.41 35.28 95.6 146.2 95.6 57.3

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= f Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns=

5.6 0.0 1.0

kN

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD PROJECT Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily BUILDING SHELL STORE 0.83 Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 76.73 kN 0.74 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 128.00 kN 76.74 Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= kN perm. Shear strength of bolt = 46.04 kN Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj

Recommded By SSB Approved By Anil Seth where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1)

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 35.28 57.34 5.64 46.04 kN kN kN kN (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (5.64/46.04)^2+(35.28/57.34)^2 0.39 = OK IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) =

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 4.92 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (880-20)/2 430 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((150x3.535^3/12)+((150x3.535)(356^2)))X4)+((3.53512)x2)+2x(154x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM=


4 628084300.8 mm

45.91

N/mm2

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE
2 2 RESULTANT= (FM +3 x FD )^0.5

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

RESULTANT= Shear Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 46.69 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

46.69 211.31 193.2 <

N/mm2. N/mm2 N/mm2 193.2 N/mm2 As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment Md =
1/2

(23.87x40xmm)/1000
0.95 KN-m

23.87 0.95

KN KN-m

t =

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 12.40

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 8 nos -

880 16

x mm Dia Bolts

180

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 EndFrame-1 SW COLUMN CONNECTION PLATE (4.3m From FFL) 202 115 CP7

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 4 750 475 20 10 69.569 166.749 45.111 4 345 1 560 40 22.42 25.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

239.11 59.77 18.73 78.50 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

8.7 0.0 1.0 874.0 0.86

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 124.28 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 130.91 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 124.29 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 74.57 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 78.50 98.06 8.69 74.57 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (8.69/74.57)^2+(78.5/98.05)^2 0.65 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 4.36 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (930-20)/2 455 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((475x3.535^3/12)+((475x3.535)(395^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+2x(445x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 1435920127 mm4 52.84 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 53.38 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 53.38 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(59.77x40xmm)/1000
2.39 KN-m

59.77 2.39

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 12.08

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 8 nos -

930 20

x mm Dia Bolts

475

16

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 Haunch 2 116 CP8

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 8 350 175 8 6 48.443 87.505 8.803 5 345 1 560 40 16.82 37.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

248.83 31.10 22.50 53.60 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

3.0 0.0 1.0 450.0 0.96

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 139.66 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 98.18 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 98.19 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 58.91 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 53.60 98.06 3.02 58.91 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (3.02/58.91)^2+(53.6/98.05)^2 0.30 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 4.65 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (530-20)/2 255 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((175x3.535^3/12)+((175x3.535)(183^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x72^3/12)+2x(354x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 157418469.2 mm4 141.75 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 141.98 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 141.98 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(31.1x40xmm)/1000
1.24 KN-m

31.10 1.24

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 9.74

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

530 20

x mm Dia Bolts

380

12

mm

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 3.67m from haunch 9 116 CP9

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

16 5 4 5 4 8 350 175 8 6 9.443 27.784 46.247 5 345 1 560 40 14.01 37.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 24 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

100.73 12.59 8.49 21.08 95.6 146.2 95.6 57.3

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

0.6 0.0 1.0 450.0 0.93

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 86.77 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.74 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 80.00 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 80.00 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 48.00 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 21.08 57.34 0.59 48.00 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (0.59/48)^2+(21.08/57.34)^2 = 0.14 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 0.91 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (530-20)/2 255 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((175x3.535^3/12)+((175x3.535)(183^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x72^3/12)+2x(354x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 157418469.2 mm4 45.01 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 45.03 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 45.03 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(12.59x40xmm)/1000
0.50 KN-m

12.59 0.50

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 6.20

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

530 16

x mm Dia Bolts

380

10

mm

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FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


Frame No. SI units mm mm mm N A Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No.

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 15.67m from haunch 207 112 CP10

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= ominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two v Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

16 5 4 5 4 8 350 175 8 6 6.408 54.411 40.465 5 345 1 560 40 16.82 37.00

ymf mm ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress mm > 1.5x D 24 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

172.22 21.52 11.96 33.48 95.6 146.2 95.6 57.3

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = ear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= hear Plane without thred intercepting= ns= Distance b/w extreme rows of bolt(lj)= Reduction Factor for shear (ij) =

0.4 0.0 1.0 450.0 0.93

kN

>

15db where

Reduction for Long Joint requi IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3.1 0.75 ij 1.0

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By

IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE 86.77 kN Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 0.74 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= 96.00 kN Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 86.78 kN Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= 52.07 perm. Shear strength of bolt = kN

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 33.48 57.34 0.40 52.07 kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) = (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (0.4/52.06)^2+(33.48/57.34)^2 0.34 = OK

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 0.62 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (530-20)/2 255 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((175x3.535^3/12)+((175x3.535)(183^2)))X4)+((3.5312)x2)+8x(3.535x72^3/12)+2x(354x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM= 157418469.2 mm4 88.14 N/mm2 IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

RESULTANT= (FM2+3 x FD2)^0.5

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily SHELL STORE RESULTANT= 88.15 N/mm2. 211.31 193.2 < N/mm2 Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

ar Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 88.15 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side N/mm2 As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) 193.2 N/mm2 SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment t = Md =
1/2

(21.52x40xmm)/1000
0.86 KN-m

21.52 0.86

KN KN-m

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 8.10

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 16 nos -

530 16

x mm Dia Bolts

380

12

mm

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FOUR/EIGHT

BOLT MOMENT CONNECTION IS PROVISION AS PER WSD


SI units mm mm mm N

FOR 8.8 GRADE BOLT UTS 800MPa


END FRAME-1 Endwall Column CONN PLATE (4.3m from FFL) 210 113 CP11

Nominal Dia. Of Bolt 'db' = Fillet weld size in flange 'w1' = Throat Size t1 = Fillet weld size in web 'w2' = Throat Size t2= Number of bolt near one flange 'N' = Depth of connected beam 'd' = Width of beam flange 'bf' = thickness of beam flange 'tf' = thickness of beam web 'tw' = Shear Force 'V' = Bending Moment 'M' = Tension Force 'T' = Stiffner Condition = Yield stress of material 'Fy'= = Proof Stressf0=0.7X fu 'f0'=0.7x800= Clause 10.2.4.2 End distance 'Ed'= le=1.1xt(provided)x (f0/fy)= lv= Check For Tension: Flange Force 'Ff' = M / (d+tf) +T/2 Tension per bolt 'Tb' =Flange Force/N = Prying Force=Q Q= (lv/(2le))x(Te-f0bet^4/(27le^2xlv^2) Total Tension in the bolt = Tb+Q= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Nominal Tension Capacity of the Bolt (Tnf)= Hence Tnf = Min of above two value Capacity of Bolt (Tdf)= Tnf

20 5 4 5 4 4 650 375 16 6 109.541 96.249 39.035 4 345 1 560 40 22.42 29.00

Frame No. Location. Node No. Load Case Connection No. A 1.25 1.25 1.1 1.25

ymf ym1 mm ym mm ymw mm mm kN kN-m kN PLEASE REFER STIFFNER CONDITION TABLE

(2-for Non pre tensioned bolt & 1-for pre tensioned bolt) REFER TABLE 1 SNO (iv) ULTIMATE STRENGTH (fu) & clause 10.4.3 for proof stress > 1.5x D 30 For Machine Flame cut, sawn & Planed edge mm mm mm IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 Distance b/w centre of bolt to fillet weld of flange.

164.04 41.00 13.93 54.93 163.4 228.5 163.4 98.1

kN kN kN kN kN kN kN IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.7 0.9xFub x An fyb x Asb x ym1/ym =0.6 x Tnf Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 10.4.5 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.3

Check For Shear: Shear per Bolt 'Tsb'=Shear Force/2N = Shear Plane with thread intercepting = nn= f Shear Plane without thred intercepting= ns=

13.7 0.0 1.0

kN

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR JOB 685 Rail Coach Factory IIT, DELHI :IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD PROJECT Rail Coach Factory at Rai Bareily BUILDING SHELL STORE 0.88 Reduction Factor for shear (ij) = Design Shear Strength of the Bolt = Vdsb= 128.20 kN 0.61 Reduction Factor for Bearing 'Kb'= Design Bearing Strength of the Bolt =Vdpb= 130.91 kN 128.20 Design Shear Strength of Bolt=Vdb= kN perm. Shear strength of bolt = 76.92 kN Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj

Recommded By SSB Approved By Anil Seth where 0.75 ij 1.0 (fu/3)x(nnx Anb+nsx Asb)xij IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.3 (Cl 11.6.2) kb=min of e/3d0,p/3d0-0.25,fub/fu,1 As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 (Cl (2.5 kb d t fu) As Per IS 800:2007 Cl 10.3.4 Min of Vdpb & Vdsb Hence OK =0.6 x Vdb as per IS800 2007 Cl(11.6.2.1)

11.6.2)

Check For Combined Shear & Tension: Tension stress per Bolt = Design Tensile stress of the Bolt = Actual Shear stress per Bolt = Design shear stress of the bolt = 54.93 98.06 13.69 76.92 kN kN kN kN (Vsf/ Vdf)2 + (Tf/ Tdf)2<1 (13.69/76.92)^2+(54.93/98.05)^2 0.35 = OK IS 800:2007 Cl 11.6.2.5 =

Combined Stress Ratio (Shear+ Tension) =

B. Top flange with stiffner

to end plate weld :

FD= SHEAR STRESSES FM= BENDING STRESSES FD= SHEAR FORCE 'V' LENGTH OF WELD(L)x3.535 FD= FM= 8.26 M X Ymax Ix Y max= Y max= (830-20)/2 405 mm N/mm2

PROVIDE

FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE

Ix= (((375x3.535^3/12)+((375x3.535)(341^2)))X4)+((3.53512)x2)+2x(349x3.535^3/12) Ix= FM=


4 894033085.4 mm

43.60

N/mm2

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2 2 RESULTANT= (FM +3 x FD )^0.5

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By IS 800: 2007 Cl: 11.5.4

R1 24/01/2012 Prafull Mungle Saurabh Bhardwaj SSB Anil Seth

RESULTANT= Shear Strength of weld 'fs' =0.6 x (fu/3) = maximum perm. Weld stress = 0.4 x fy = 45.89 N/mm2 PROVIDE FILLET WELD AROUND WEB AND FLANGE C. End Plate Design :

45.89 211.31 193.2 <

N/mm2. N/mm2 N/mm2 193.2 N/mm2 As per Cl 10.5.7.1.1 . We are using 70xx electrode but using the property of 56xx as per Table 1 800-2007 designing on conservative side As per IS 800: 2007 Cl (11.6.3) SAFE

Tension in extreme bolt 'Tb' Moment due to tension at Flange top = Design Moment Md =
1/2

(41x40xmm)/1000
1.64 KN-m

41.00 1.64

KN KN-m

t =

Mdx 6 0.6 x fy x b 11.26

t =

mm

Provide Connection Plate Provide Bolts 8 nos -

830 20

x mm Dia Bolts

375

16

mm

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SECTION 2.6 BRACING DESIGN

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DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Yield Strength of Steel = fy Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel Length of the Compression Member = L Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at considered as restrained against translation at both end but Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = Buckling Class Imperfection Ratio = Least Radius of Gyration = r Diameter of the section = D Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc Hollow Pipe 279 Member No.(From Staad) 250 ROOF@Grid-AtoE Member Location (Wall/Roof) N/mm2 100 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe X-BRACING 15412 mm or Truss Member) 0.5 1&2 , 8&9 , 13&14 Bay Id mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS 800:2007. 32 kN Load Case-117 :DL+WL7 a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 0.21 38.9 mm 114.3 mm 4.5 198.10 50.30 2.23 3.20 0.18 mm < N/mm2 350 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 41.4 41.4 24.8 1.0 88.0 25.4 1550.0 20.6

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 24.83 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Yield Strength of Steel = fy Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel Length of the Compression Member = L Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at considered as restrained against translation at both end but Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = Buckling Class Imperfection Ratio = Least Radius of Gyration = r Diameter of the section = D Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc Member No.(From Staad) Hollow Pipe 370 Member Location (Wall/Roof) 250 SideWall@Grid-AtoE N/mm2 100 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe X-BRACING or Truss Member) 12748 mm Bay Id 0.5 8&9 mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS 800:2007. 37.32 kN Load Case-113 :DL+WL3 a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 0.21 38.9 mm 114.3 mm 4.5 163.86 73.52 1.84 2.37 0.26 mm < N/mm2 350 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 58.8 58.8 35.3 1.0 88.0 25.4 1550.0 24.1

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 35.27 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Yield Strength of Steel = fy Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel Length of the Compression Member = L Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at considered as restrained against translation at both end but Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = Buckling Class Imperfection Ratio = Least Radius of Gyration = r Diameter of the section = D Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc Member No.(From Staad) Hollow Pipe 384 Member Location (Wall/Roof) 250 ICO@Grid-C N/mm2 125 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe X-BRACING or Truss Member) 13944 mm Bay Id 0.5 8&9 mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS 800:2007. 50.58 kN Load Case-105 :DL+EQ +Z a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 0.21 47.7 mm 139.7 mm 4.8 146.16 92.40 1.64 2.00 0.32 mm < N/mm2 350 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 72.1 72.1 43.3 1.0 88.0 29.1 2030.0 24.9

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 43.29 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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SECTION 2.7 STRUT PIPE DESIGN

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DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Hollow Pipe 242 Member No.(From Staad) Yield Strength of Steel = fy 250 ROOF @ GRID-C Member Location (Wall/Roof) N/mm2 Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel 175 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe STRUT PIPE Length of the Compression Member = L 12000 mm or Truss Member) Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Bay Id Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 63.84 kN Load Case-113 :DL+WL3 Buckling Class a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.21 Least Radius of Gyration = r 66.6 mm Diameter of the section = D 193.7 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc 5.4 180.18 60.80 2.03 2.75 0.22 mm < N/mm2 250 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 49.4 49.4 29.6 1.0 88.0 35.9 3200.0 20.0

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 29.63 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Member No.(From Staad) Typr of Bracing member Hollow Pipe 219 Yield Strength of Steel = fy Member Location (Wall/Roof) 250 ROOF @ GRID-B &D N/mm2 Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel 175 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe STRUT PIPE or Truss Member) Length of the Compression Member = L 12000 mm Bay Id Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 64.737 kN Load Case-117 :DL+WL7 Buckling Class a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.21 Least Radius of Gyration = r 66.6 mm Diameter of the section = D 193.7 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc 5.4 180.18 60.80 2.03 2.75 0.22 mm < N/mm2 250 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 49.4 49.4 29.6 1.0 88.0 35.9 3200.0 20.2

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 29.63 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 12/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Member No.(From Staad) Typr of Bracing member Hollow Pipe 206 Yield Strength of Steel = fy Member Location (Wall/Roof) 250 ROOF @ GRID-A&E N/mm2 Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel 175 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe STRUT PIPE or Truss Member) Length of the Compression Member = L 12000 mm Bay Id Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 56.607 kN Load Case-117 :DL+WL7 Buckling Class a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.21 Least Radius of Gyration = r 66.6 mm Diameter of the section = D 193.7 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc 5.4 180.18 60.80 2.03 2.75 0.22 mm < N/mm2 250 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 49.4 49.4 29.6 1.0 88.0 35.9 3200.0 17.7

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 29.63 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING J#685 RAIL COACH FACTORY IIT, DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.P) SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 12/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH SSB A.K. SETH

DESIGN OF PIPE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Member No.(From Staad) Typr of Bracing member Hollow Pipe 206 Yield Strength of Steel = fy Member Location (Wall/Roof) 250 WALL @ GRID-A ,C & E N/mm2 Size of Bracing Member from IS 1161 for Tubular Steel 150 NB PIPE Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe STRUT PIPE or Truss Member) Length of the Compression Member = L 12000 mm Bay Id Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Betwn Grid-8&9 Note:Considering half length as restrained is provided at mid span of X- Bracing by mutual connection. Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 13.65 kN Load Case-112 :DL+WL2 Buckling Class a Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.21 Least Radius of Gyration = r 56.7 mm Diameter of the section = D 165.1 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + 2) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc 4.8 211.64 44.07 2.38 3.57 0.16 mm < N/mm2 250 Hence OK IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 882= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 227.3 36.5 36.5 21.9 1.0 88.0 34.4 2420.0 5.6

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1

Semi Compact Section mm2 N/mm2 < 21.93 N/mm2 Hence Safe

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DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING INPUT FOR DESIGN Width of the Building, B Length of the Building, D Height of the Building, H Bay Spacing,L Max. Purlin Spacing, Ps Roof Slope, In X Direction In Y Direction Dead Load Intensity, DL Live Load Intensity, LL Wind Load Intensity,WL Wind Load Intensity,WL for strength Yield Stress Of Steel, Fy No. of sag Rods at Intermediate Purlin Wind Load Intensity,WL for deflection = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 40 m 156 m 13.7 m 12.00 m 1.8 m 10 1 20 Kg/m2 95 Kg/m2 143.36 Kg/m2 -1.443 (FROM IS 875-Part 3) 345 MPa 7 143.36192 Kg/m2 Kx = 0.995 Ky = 0.100 EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED RAIL COACH FACTORY RAEBARELI UTTAR PRADESH SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ SYAM.B ANIL SETH

SECTIONAL PROPERTIES OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 5.2 OF IS 801-1975) TRY t Actual Sizes (As per Standard) Effective Sizes for Stress Calc. Clause 5.2.1.1 3.15 3.15 3.15 d 243.7 243.7 243.7 Z-250X3.15 b1 64 64 64 b2 66 66 66 L1 18 18 18 L2 18 18 18 D 250 250 250

Effective Sizes for Deflection Calc.Clause 5.2.1.1

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A Iyc, M.I. of compression flange about gravity axis Depth of Section a

= = = = = = = =

12.56 cm 1126.40 cm4 89.67 cm3 90.55 cm 12.71 cm


3 2

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m cb

= = = = = =

6.28 cm 89.47 cm4 14.24 cm3 13.97 cm3 9.98 Kg. 1

43.57 cm4 250 mm 1.5 m

(Cl. 6.3, IS:801- 1975)

DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DESIGN OF INTERMEDIATE SPAN PURLINS: (AS PER IS 801-1975 & IS 800-2007) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ

LOAD CALCULATIONS: Major Loads, Load in Vertical Plane: Total Load, DL+LL Case Total Load, DL+WL Case for strength Total Load, DL+WL Case for deflection Minor Loads, Loads in Inclined Plane: [(DL + LL) x Kx] x Ps [(DL x Kx + WL x Cp1) x Ps] x 0.75] [(DL x Kx + WL x Cp1) x Ps] = = = = 205.97 Kg/m -252.41 Kg/m -336.55 Kg/m 20.60 Kg/m

Moment At Varoius Locations: Maximum Span Moment, Mspan Maximum Span Moment over Sag Rod, Msag Maximum moment capacity of Section, Mmax = = = = Lap 1
Flange Brace Location

1319 2.03 1725 0 1138 2158 2113 1600


SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m


STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS

1319.113

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 1.175m
CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m As Providing Lap of 1.175m

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 0.76 0.33 0.63 0.61 0.93 SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0 1137.595 2158.382 2112.954 1600.433

= = = = = = = = =

Lap 2 Lap 3

PROVIDE LAP ALLOWABLE STRESSES IN WEB OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 6.4 OF IS 801-1975)

Shear stresses in Web: d/t Maximum average shear stress, Fv Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw = = = = = = = = = = = =

77.37 1275 Fy/(d/t) 968.00 2754.3 Kg 2851.3 Kg 2940.9 Kg 1313.4 Kg 1212.7 Kg 179.39 185.72 135.31 60.43 111.59

< kg/cm
2

4590/3450 <

78.14534952 1380 kg/cm


2

clause 6.4.1a ok

LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm
2 2 2 2 2

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

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Bending Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975

Maximum Bending stress, Fbw

= =

0.6 x Fy 2070

CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Kg/cm2

Allowable Compressive Stress in Extreme fibres in Flexure : CLAUSE 6.3 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Stress on the net section in compression on Extreme fibres= F = = Allowable maximum stresses for laterally unbraced beams: CLAUSE 6.3 (b), Unsupported length IS-801-1975 L = a=
2 L Sxc/(d Iyc)

0.6 x Fy 2070

(Cl 6.1, IS 801:1975) Kg/cm


2

= = = = = = = = = = = = =

1.5 1852.40 1029.87 5149.36 1923.58 1923.58 1471.0 634.3 1203.5 1178.1 1784.8 14.6 1799.3

0.18 2 E cb/ fy 0.9 Fb=2/3 fy - fy 2/(2.7 2 E cb) L2 Sxc /(d Iyc)


2

E cb/ fy

Therefore, allowable compressive stress in extreme fibres in flexure Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, Mspan / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.385 / Zxmin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.740 / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.780 / Zxmin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @1.175 / Zxmin (LAP 3) Developed Bending Stress Inclined Plane, Msag / Zymin Total Bending stress, fbw

Kg/cm

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm


2

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

fbw2 Fbw
2

fv2 Fv2

0.94

SAFE

DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. EBL-J-685 OWNER RAI COACH FACTORY CONSULTANT IIT DELHI MAIN CONTRACTOR IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DEFLECTION CHECK : (AS PER CLAUSE 5.2.1.1 & TABLE 6 IN IS 800:2007) Sectional Properties: Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A

= = = = =

12.56 cm 1126.40 cm4 89.67 cm3 90.55 cm3 12.71 cm


2

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m

= = = = =

6.28 cm 89.47 13.97 14.24 cm3 9.98 Kg.

Permissible Deflection, Span/250 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL+LL Permissible Deflection, Span/200 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL+LL+WL Permissible Deflection, Span/150 AS PER PAGE 31 IS-800-2007 TABLE-6 Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+LL Actual Deflection(FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+0.8LL+0.8WL Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+WL PROVIDE Z-250X3.15

= = = = = =

48 60 80 36.6 21.1 58.2 58 2

mm mm mm mm mm mm SAFE SAFE SAFE 36.648 21.104 58.248 58 248

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DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING INPUT FOR DESIGN Width of the Building, B Length of the Building, D Height of the Building, H Bay Spacing,L Max. Purlin Spacing, Ps Roof Slope, In X Direction In Y Direction Dead Load Intensity, DL Live Load Intensity, LL Wind Load Intensity,WL Wind Load Intensity,WL for strength Yield Stress Of Steel, Fy No. of sag Rods at Intermediate Purlin Wind Load Intensity,WL for deflection = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 40 m 156 m 13.7 m 12.00 m 1.8 m 10 1 20 Kg/m2 95 Kg/m2 143.36 Kg/m2 -1.443 (FROM IS 875-Part 3) 345 MPa 7 143.36192 Kg/m2 Kx = 0.995 Ky = 0.100 EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED RAIL COACH FACTORY RAEBARELI UTTAR PRADESH SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ SYAM.B ANIL SETH

SECTIONAL PROPERTIES OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 5.2 OF IS 801-1975) TRY t Actual Sizes (As per Standard) Effective Sizes for Stress Calc. Clause 5.2.1.1 3.5 3.5 3.5 d 243 243 243 Z-250X3.5 b1 64 64 64 b2 66 66 66 L1 18 18 18 L2 18 18 18 D 250 250 250

Effective Sizes for Deflection Calc.Clause 5.2.1.1

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A Iyc, M.I. of compression flange about gravity axis Depth of Section a

= = = = = = = =

12.56 cm 1242.34 cm4 98.90 cm3 99.88 cm 14.07 cm


3 2

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m cb

= = = = = =

6.26 cm 97.56 cm4 15.58 cm3 15.28 cm3 11.04 Kg. 1

47.49 cm4 250 mm 1.5 m

(Cl. 6.3, IS:801- 1975)

DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DESIGN OF INTERMEDIATE SPAN PURLINS: (AS PER IS 801-1975 & IS 800-2007) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ

LOAD CALCULATIONS: Major Loads, Load in Vertical Plane: Total Load, DL+LL Case Total Load, DL+WL Case for strength Total Load, DL+WL Case for deflection Minor Loads, Loads in Inclined Plane: [(DL + LL) x Kx] x Ps [(DL x Kx + WL x Cp1) x Ps] x 0.75] [(DL x Kx + WL x Cp1) x Ps] = = = = 205.97 Kg/m -252.41 Kg/m -336.55 Kg/m 20.60 Kg/m

Moment At Varoius Locations: Maximum Span Moment, Mspan Maximum Span Moment over Sag Rod, Msag Maximum moment capacity of Section, Mmax = = = = Lap 1
Flange Brace Location

1319 2.03 1898 0 1138 2158 2113 1600


SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m


STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS

1319.113

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 1.175m
CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m As Providing Lap of 1.175m

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 0.70 0.30 0.57 0.56 0.84 SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0 1137.595 2158.382 2112.954 1600.433

= = = = = = = = =

Lap 2 Lap 3

PROVIDE LAP ALLOWABLE STRESSES IN WEB OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 6.4 OF IS 801-1975)

Shear stresses in Web: d/t Maximum average shear stress, Fv Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw = = = = = = = = = = = =

69.43 1275 Fy/(d/t) 1078.65 2754.3 Kg 2851.3 Kg 2940.9 Kg 1313.4 Kg 1212.7 Kg 161.92 167.63 121.77 54.38 100.43

< kg/cm
2

4590/3450 <

78.14534952 1380 kg/cm


2

clause 6.4.1a ok

LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm kg/cm
2 2 2 2 2

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ

Bending Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975

Maximum Bending stress, Fbw

= =

0.6 x Fy 2070

CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Kg/cm2

Allowable Compressive Stress in Extreme fibres in Flexure : CLAUSE 6.3 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Stress on the net section in compression on Extreme fibres= F = = Allowable maximum stresses for laterally unbraced beams: CLAUSE 6.3 (b), Unsupported length IS-801-1975 L = a=
2 L Sxc/(d Iyc)

0.6 x Fy 2070

(Cl 6.1, IS 801:1975) Kg/cm


2

= = = = = = = = = = = = =

1.5 1874.33 1029.87 5149.36 1918.59 1918.59 1333.8 575.1 1091.2 1068.2 1618.2 13.3 1631.5

0.18 2 E cb/ fy 0.9 Fb=2/3 fy - fy 2/(2.7 2 E cb) L2 Sxc /(d Iyc)


2

E cb/ fy

Therefore, allowable compressive stress in extreme fibres in flexure Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, Mspan / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.385 / Zxmin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.740 / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @0.780 / Zxmin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Vertical Plane, M @1.175 / Zxmin (LAP 3) Developed Bending Stress Inclined Plane, Msag / Zymin Total Bending stress, fbw

Kg/cm

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm


2

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

fbw2 Fbw
2

fv2 Fv2

0.86

SAFE

DESIGN OF ROOF PURLIN JOB NO. EBL-J-685 OWNER RAI COACH FACTORY CONSULTANT IIT DELHI MAIN CONTRACTOR IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DEFLECTION CHECK : (AS PER CLAUSE 5.2.1.1 & TABLE 6 IN IS 800:2007) Sectional Properties: Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL MUNGLE SAURABH BHARDWAJ

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A

= = = = =

12.56 cm 1242.34 cm4 98.90 cm3 99.88 cm3 14.07 cm


2

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m

= = = = =

6.26 cm 97.56 15.28 15.58 cm3 11.04 Kg.

Permissible Deflection, Span/250 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL+LL Permissible Deflection, Span/200 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL+LL+WL Permissible Deflection, Span/150 AS PER PAGE 31 IS-800-2007 TABLE-6 Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+LL Actual Deflection(FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+0.8LL+0.8WL Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL+WL PROVIDE Z-250X3.5

= = = = = =

48 60 80 36.6 21.1 58.2 58 2

mm mm mm mm mm mm SAFE SAFE SAFE 36.648 21.104 58.248 58 248

PURLIN WITH LAP 3@1175MM

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SECTION 2.9 GIRT DESIGN

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DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING INPUT FOR DESIGN Width of the Building, B Length of the Building, D Height of the Building, H Bay Spacing,L Max. Purlin Spacing, Ps Dead Load Intensity, DL Wind Load Intensity,WL Wind Load Intensity,WL for strength Yield Stress Of Steel, Fy No. of sag Rods at Intermediate Purlin Wind Load Intensity,WL for deflection = = = = = = = = = = = 40 m 156 m 13.7 m 12.00 m 1.5 m 20 Kg/m2 143.36 Kg/m2 -1.2 (FROM IS 875-Part 3) 345 MPa 7 143.36192 Kg/m2 EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED RAIL COACH FACTORY RAEBARELI UTTAR PRADESH SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ SYAM.B ANIL SETH

SECTIONAL PROPERTIES OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 5.2 OF IS 801-1975) TRY Actual Sizes (As per Standard) Effective Sizes for Stress Calc. t 3.15 3.15 3.15 d 193.7 193.7 193.7 Z-200X3.15 b1 64 64 64 b2 66 66 66 L1 18 18 18 L2 18 18 18 D 200 200 200

Clause 5.2.1.1

Effective Sizes for Deflection Calc.Clause 5.2.1.1

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A Iyc, M.I. of compression flange about gravity axis Depth of Section a

= = = = = = = =

10.06 cm 662.46 cm4 65.88 cm3 66.62 cm


3 2 4

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m cb

= = = = = =

6.29 cm 89.45 cm4 14.23 cm3 13.98 cm3 8.74 Kg. 1

11.13 cm 43.67 cm 200 mm 1.5 m

(Cl. 6.3, IS:801- 1975)

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DESIGN OF INTERMEDIATE SPAN PURLINS: (AS PER IS 801-1975 & IS 800-2007) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

LOAD CALCULATIONS: Major Loads, Load in Vertical Plane: Total Total Total Minor Load, Load, Load, Loads DL Case WL Case for strength WL Case for deflection : [DL ] x Ps [(WL x Cp1) x Ps] x 0.75] [(WL x Cp1) x Ps] = = = = 30.00 -193.54 -258.05 30.00 Kg/m Kg/m Kg/m Kg/m

Moment At Varoius Locations: Major Axis Maximum Span Moment, Mspan Maximum negative Moment near Support, Msupp Maximum moment capacity of Section, Mmax

= = = = Lap 1
Flange Brace Location

1130 0 1291 0 976 1905 1858 1256


SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m


STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS

1130.0712 0

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.780m maximum moment at 1.175m
CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m As Providing Lap of 1.175m

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 0.88 0.38 0.74 0.72 0.97 SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0 975.79913 1904.6946 1858.3008 1255.7933

= = = = = = = = =

Lap 2 Lap 3

PROVIDE LAP Moment At Varoius Locations: Minor Axis Maximum Span Moment, Maximum Moment near Support, Msupp Maximum Moment capacity of Section, Mmax Lap 1 = = = = =

3
6.93 0.00 273.88 0.00 6.93 6.93 6.93 6.93 Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.780m maximum moment at 1.175m

Flange Brace Locat = Lap 2 Lap 3 = =

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED = = = = = Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE
STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0.03 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.03

ALLOWABLE STRESSES IN WEB OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 6.4 OF IS 801-1975)

Shear stresses in Web: d/t Maximum average shear stress, Fv = = Shear At Varoius Locations: Major Axis Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw Shear At Varoius Locations: Minor Axis Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m = = = = = 25.80 25.80 25.80 25.80 25.80 LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS = = = = = = = = = = 2199.1 Kg 2273.6 Kg 2342.2 Kg 1010.3 Kg 933.8 Kg 180.21 186.31 191.94 82.79 153.04 LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS kg/cm2 kg/cm2 kg/cm
2

61.49 1275 Fy/(d/t) 1217.87 1217 87

<

4590/3450

78.14534952

clause 6.4.1a kg/cm2 <


2 1380 kg/cm

ok

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

kg/cm2 kg/cm2

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED = = = = = 2.11 2.11 2.11 2.11 4.23 kg/cm2 kg/cm2 kg/cm
2

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

kg/cm2 kg/cm2

Bending Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975

Maximum Bending stress, Fbw

= =

0.6 x Fy 2070

CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Kg/cm2

Allowable Compressive Stress in Extreme fibres in Flexure : CLAUSE 6.3 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Stress on the net section in compression on Extreme fibres= F = = Allowable maximum stresses for laterally unbraced beams: CLAUSE 6.3 (b), Unsupported length IS-801-1975 L = a= L2 Sxc/(d Iyc) 0.18 2 E cb/ fy 0.9 E cb/ fy Fb=2/3 fy - fy 2/(2.7 2 E cb) L2 Sxc /(d Iyc) Therefore, allowable compressive stress in extreme fibres in flexure Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M / Zxmin
2

0.6 x Fy 2070

(Cl 6.1, IS 801:1975) Kg/cm2

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

1.5 1697.23 1029.87 5149.36 1958.92 1958.92 1715.4 740.6 1445.6 1410.4 1906.2 49.6 24.8 24.8 24.8 49.6

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2

span

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.385 / Zxmin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.740 / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.780 / Zxmin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @1.175 / Zxmin (LAP 3) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, Mspan / Zymin Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.385 / Zymin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.740 / Zymin Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.780 / Zymin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @1.175 / Zymin (LAP 3)

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Major Axis: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

@1.175M

fbw2 Fbw2

fv2 Fv2

0.98

SAFE

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Minor Axis: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

@1.175M

fbw2 Fbw2

fv2 Fv2

0.03

SAFE

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Major Axis + Minor Axis:

@1.175M

MAJOR AXIS STRESS RATIO2 + MINOR AXIS STRESS RATIO2

0.98

SAFE

DEFLECTION CHECK : (AS PER CLAUSE 5.2.1.1 & TABLE 6 IN IS 800:2007) Sectional Properties:

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A

= = = = =

10.06 cm 662.46 cm4 65.88 cm3 66.62 cm3


2 11.13 cm

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m mm mm mm mm

= = = = =

6.29 cm 89.45 13.98 14.23 cm3 8.74 Kg.

Permissible Deflection, Span/250 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL Permissible Deflection, Span/150 AS PER PAGE 29 IS -800-2007 Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL Actual Deflection(FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) WL PROVIDE Z-200X3.15

= 48 = 60 = 0.069 = 53.3 GIRT WITH LAP 3@1175MM

SAFE SAFE

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DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR PROJECT BUILDING INPUT FOR DESIGN Width of the Building, B Length of the Building, D Height of the Building, H Bay Spacing,L Max. Purlin Spacing, Ps Dead Load Intensity, DL Wind Load Intensity,WL Wind Load Intensity,WL for strength Yield Stress Of Steel, Fy No. of sag Rods at Intermediate Purlin Wind Load Intensity,WL for deflection = = = = = = = = = = = 40 m 156 m 13.7 m 10.00 m 1.8 m 20 Kg/m2 143.36 Kg/m2 -1.2 (FROM IS 875-Part 3) 345 MPa 6 143.36192 Kg/m2 EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED RAIL COACH FACTORY RAEBARELI UTTAR PRADESH SHELL STORE Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By Recommded By Approved By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ SYAM.B ANIL SETH

SECTIONAL PROPERTIES OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 5.2 OF IS 801-1975) TRY Actual Sizes (As per Standard) Effective Sizes for Stress Calc. t 3.15 3.15 3.15 d 193.7 193.7 193.7 Z-200X3.15 b1 64 64 64 b2 66 66 66 L1 18 18 18 L2 18 18 18 D 200 200 200

Clause 5.2.1.1

Effective Sizes for Deflection Calc.Clause 5.2.1.1

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A Iyc, M.I. of compression flange about gravity axis Depth of Section a

= = = = = = = =

10.06 cm 662.46 cm4 65.88 cm3 66.62 cm


3 2 4

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m cb

= = = = = =

6.29 cm 89.45 cm4 14.23 cm3 13.98 cm3 8.74 Kg. 1

11.13 cm 43.67 cm 200 mm 1.43 m

(Cl. 6.3, IS:801- 1975)

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED DESIGN OF INTERMEDIATE SPAN PURLINS: (AS PER IS 801-1975 & IS 800-2007) Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

LOAD CALCULATIONS: Major Loads, Load in Vertical Plane: Total Total Total Minor Load, Load, Load, Loads DL Case WL Case for strength WL Case for deflection : [DL ] x Ps [(WL x Cp1) x Ps] x 0.75] [(WL x Cp1) x Ps] = = = = 36.00 -232.25 -309.66 36.00 Kg/m Kg/m Kg/m Kg/m

Moment At Varoius Locations: Major Axis Maximum Span Moment, Mspan Maximum negative Moment near Support, Msupp Maximum moment capacity of Section, Mmax

= = = = Lap 1
Flange Brace Location

804 0 1314 0 662 1303 1264 895


SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m


STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS

803.88718 0

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.780m maximum moment at 1.175m
CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m As Providing Lap of 1.175m

FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 0.61 0.25 0.50 0.96 0.68 SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0 662.25866 1303.1048 1264.0524 895.04334

= = = = = = = = =

Lap 2 Lap 3

PROVIDE LAP Moment At Varoius Locations: Minor Axis Maximum Span Moment, Mspan Maximum Moment near Support, Msupp Maximum Moment capacity of Section, Mmax Lap 1 = = = = =

2
39.77 0.00 278.81 0.00 39.77 39.77 39.77 39.77 Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m Kg-m FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 0.00 39.77 39.77 39.77 39.77 FROM STAAD ANALYSIS FROM STAAD ANALYSIS 39.77 0.00

maximum moment at Support maximum moment at 0.385m maximum moment at 0.740m maximum moment at 0.780m maximum moment at 1.175m

Flange Brace Locat = Lap 2 Lap 3 = =

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT MID SPAN CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .385m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .740m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT .780m CHECK FOR SECTION FOR MOMENT AT 1.175m EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED = = = = = Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE
STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO STRESS RATIO

R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

0.14 0.07 0.07 0.14 0.14

ALLOWABLE STRESSES IN WEB OF PURLINS:(AS PER CLAUSE 6.4 OF IS 801-1975)

Shear stresses in Web: d/t Maximum average shear stress, Fv = = Shear At Varoius Locations: Major Axis Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw Shear At Varoius Locations: Minor Axis Shear force @ support Shear force @ .385m Shear force @ .740m Shear force @ .780m Shear force @ 1.175m = = = = = 24.57 24.57 24.57 24.57 24.57 LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS = = = = = = = = = = 1675.3 Kg 1764.9 Kg 1847.6 Kg 980.1 Kg 888.3 Kg 137.28 144.63 151.40 160.63 145.59 LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS LOAD FROM STAAD ANALYSIS kg/cm2 kg/cm2 kg/cm
2

61.49 1275 Fy/(d/t) 1217.87 1217 87

<

4590/3450

78.14534952

clause 6.4.1a kg/cm2 <


2 1380 kg/cm

ok

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

kg/cm2 kg/cm2

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR Developed shear stress @ support , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .385 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .740 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ .780 , fv, shear force / Aw Developed shear stress @ 1.175 , fv, shear force / Aw EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED = = = = = 2.01 2.01 2.01 4.03 4.03 kg/cm2 kg/cm2 kg/cm
2

Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

kg/cm2 kg/cm2

Bending Stress in Web: CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975

Maximum Bending stress, Fbw

= =

0.6 x Fy 2070

CLAUSE 6.1 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Kg/cm2

Allowable Compressive Stress in Extreme fibres in Flexure : CLAUSE 6.3 PAGE 11 IS-801-1975 Stress on the net section in compression on Extreme fibres= F = = Allowable maximum stresses for laterally unbraced beams: CLAUSE 6.3 (b), Unsupported length IS-801-1975 L = a= L2 Sxc/(d Iyc) 0.18 2 E cb/ fy 0.9 E cb/ fy Fb=2/3 fy - fy 2/(2.7 2 E cb) L2 Sxc /(d Iyc) Therefore, allowable compressive stress in extreme fibres in flexure Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M / Zxmin
2

0.6 x Fy 2070

(Cl 6.1, IS 801:1975) Kg/cm2

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

1.43 1542.52 1029.87 5149.36 1994.15 1994.15 1220.2 502.6 989.0 1918.7 1358.6 284.4 142.2 142.2 284.4 284.4

Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2

span

SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE

Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.385 / Zxmin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.740 / Zxmin Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @0.780 / Zxmin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Major Plane, M @1.175 / Zxmin (LAP 3) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, Mspan / Zymin Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.385 / Zymin (LAP 1) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.740 / Zymin Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @0.780 / Zymin (LAP 2) Developed Bending Stress Minor Plane, M @1.175 / Zymin (LAP 3)

DESIGN OF WALL GIRT JOB NO. OWNER CONSULTANT MAIN CONTRACTOR EBL-J-685 RAI COACH FACTORY IIT DELHI IRCON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Rev. No. Date Designed By Checked By R0 28/12/2011 PRAFULL SAURABH BHARDWAJ

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Major Axis: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

@0.780M

fbw2 Fbw2

fv2 Fv2

0.97

SAFE

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Minor Axis: CLAUSE 6.4.2 PAGE 16 IS-801-1975 and clause 6.1.2.2

@0.780M

fbw2 Fbw2

fv2 Fv2

0.14

SAFE

Combined Bending

and Shear Stress in Web Major Axis + Minor Axis:

@0.780M

MAJOR AXIS STRESS RATIO2 + MINOR AXIS STRESS RATIO2

0.98

SAFE

DEFLECTION CHECK : (AS PER CLAUSE 5.2.1.1 & TABLE 6 IN IS 800:2007) Sectional Properties:

Centre Of Gravity, Y Moment of Inertia, Ixx Sectional Modulus, Zxxtop Sectional Modulus, Zxxbot Cross Sectional Area, A

= = = = = = = = =

10.06 cm 662.46 cm4 65.88 cm3 66.62 cm3


2 11.13 cm

Centre Of Gravity, X Moment of Inertia, Iyy Sectional Modulus, Zyyleft Sectional Modulus, Zyyrigh Weight/m mm mm mm mm

= = = = =

6.29 cm 89.45 13.98 14.23 cm3 8.74 Kg.

Permissible Deflection, Span/250 AS PER PAGE 159 TENDER DL Permissible Deflection, Span/150 AS PER PAGE 29 IS -800-2007 Actual Deflection (FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) DL Actual Deflection(FROM STAAD ANALYSIS) WL PROVIDE Z-200X3.15

40 50 0.1 30.9 GIRT WITH LAP 2@780MM

SAFE SAFE

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Date 7-Feb-2011 Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.PRecommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY SHELL STORE Approved By ANIL K. SETH Building

SECTION 2.10 Eave Gutter & Downtake Pipe Design

JOB NAME-RAIL COACH FACTORY TYPICAL GUTTER & DOWNTAKE CALCULATION

GUTTER SIZING CALCULATIONS EAVE GUTTER ROOF'S RAINWATER RUN-OFF ROOF CATCHMENT AREA PER OUTLET A = = = = = = (run) W 20 240.00 x m2 L 12

TAKING RAINFALL INTENSITY

100 mm/hr 2.78E-05 m/s AxI 0.006667 m3/s

W=(Width of Building /2)in m (Pitched Roof) L=Bay Spacing in m

ROOF RAINWATER DISCHARGE

QR

GUTTER'S DISCHARGE CAPACITY TRY SIZE WIDTH P 225 x = = = = = = n S = = = = = DEPTH 0.4 0.625 0.2 0.045 A/P 0.072 0.015 1 0.003333 200 + m x m2 0.225 200 225 0.225

WETTED PERIMETER

CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA

HYDRAULIC RADIUS

m (FOR GALVANISED STEEL) : 300

ROUGHNESS COEFFICIENT TAKING GUTTER GRADIENT

GUTTER DISCHARGE CAPACITY

QR

1/n * A * R (2/3) * S(1/2) 0.029977 > 0.006667

The permissibile gutter discharge is 4.5 times the actual discharge coming from the roof

SHAPE OF PIPE= DIMENSION OF PIPE = DOWNSPOUT AREA = GUTTER DEPTH

square 90 8100

mm mm2 200 x 200 x WIDTH 225 225 mm.

SIZE SELECTED =

Downspout spacing as per Copper Development Association Formulae. Refer Zameel design manual.

For single downspout of 90 mm square pipe. Roof run governs: (28/13) *(m)(16/13)*(33450/CWI) (10/13) DS = 19(a) = 19.45 m Downspout governs: DS = 44 A/CWI = 16.20 m Therefore 1 nos of downspout pipe of 90 mm square is sufficient for 16.2 c/c and we are providing @ 12m c/c. Hence OK

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SECTION 2.11 Ridge Vent & Turbo Vent Design

Ridge Vents Design

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD PROJECT:CLIENT:JOB 685 ( IRCON) RCF Design Assumptions :1. Ridge Ventilators of dia 600mm are designed for 4.5 Air changes/Hour

2. Turbo Ventilators of dia 600mm are designed for 0.5 Air changes/Hour Total- 5 Air Changes/Hour R1 RIDGE VENTILATOR DESIGN FOR SHELL STORE Calculation for Exhaust Capacity of 600 mm Throat Ridge Vent Building Width W Building Length L Building Eave Height EH Building Ridge Height RH Stack Height SH = [EH+RH]/2 Roof Slope Ventilator length Volume of Building V = W x L x SH Assume, Ridge vent size No. of Air Changes Required N Temperature Difference Required T Exhaust Capacity (refer attached table and graph) R = = = = = = = = = = = 40.00 156.00 15.00 17.00 16.00 1 3.00 99840.00 600.00 4.5 5 0.805 m m m m m 10 m 3 m mm / Hour 0 c 3 (m /s per meter run)

LOCATION:- Rai Bareily

Q required Q max =

VxN = R x Vent length x 3600 Building Length Vemtilator length =

52 Nos. 52 Nos.

Ridge Vents Design

600 900 1200

6 12

Ridge Vent 600 Ridge Vent 900 Ridge Vent 1200 0.477 0.716 0.954 0.674 1.011 1.348

6 12

Ridge Vent 600 Ridge Vent 900 Ridge Vent 1200 0.477 0.716 0.954 0.674 1.011 1.348

Ridge Vents Design

Graph only for T = 5oC


1.6

ExhaustCapacity(m3 3/secpermeterrun)

RidgeVent600
1.4 1.2 1 08 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 y=0.03283333x+0.28000000 R=1.00000000 y=0.04925000x+0.42000000 R=1.00000000

RidgeVent900 RidgeVent1200
y=0.06566667x+0.56000000 R=1.00000000

StackHeight(m)

Turbo Vents Design

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2. Turbo Ventilators of dia 600mm are designed for 0.5 Air changes/Hour Total- 5 Air Changes/Hour R1 TURBO VENTILATOR DESIGN FOR MACHINE SHOP Calculation for Exhaust Capacity of 600 mm Throat Turbo Vent Building Width W Building Length L Building Eave Height EH Building Ridge Height RH Stack Height SH = [EH+RH]/2 Roof Slope Volume of Building V = W x L x SH Assume, Turbo vent size No. of Air Changes Required N Temperature Difference Required T Exhaust Capacity (refer attached table and graph) R R = = = = = = = = = = = 40.00 156.00 15.00 17.00 16.00 1 99840.00 600.00 0.5 5 1951.457 0.921 m m m m m 10 3 m mm / Hour 0 c 3 ft /min 3 m /sec

LOCATION:- Rai Bareily

52.493 ft

24 in

Q required

VxN R x 3600

16 Nos.

Turbo Vents Design

5 1252 1372 1476 1564 600

6.5 1552 1672 1776 1864

8 1852 1972 2076 2164

Turbo Vent 300 10 20 30 40

Turbo Vent 600 1552 1672 1776 1864

Turbo Vent 300 10 20 30 40

Turbo Vent 600 1552 1672 1776 1864

Turbo Vents Design

Graph only for T = 5oC and Wind velocity 6.5 kMPH


2000 1800

TurboVent600

TurboVent600

ExhaustCapacit ty(ft3/min)

1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45

y= 0.080x2 +14.400x+1,416.000 R=1.000

StackHeight(ft)

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Flange Brace Design @ Rafter level

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DESIGN OF PIPE/SINGLE ANGLE/DOUBLE ANGLE/STAR ANGLE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Single Angle 136 Member No.(From Staad) 2 Yield Strength of Steel = fy 345 Member Location (Wall/Roof) ROOF FLANGE BRACE N/mm Size of Bracing Member from SP6_1 for Rolled Steel ISA 65656 Type (X bracing or Strut Pipe or Truss Member) Length of the Compression Member = L 1244 mm ALL FLANGE BRACING Bay Id Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Note:Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS 800:2007. Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 19 kN LOAD COMB 114 DL + WL4 Buckling Class c Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.49 Least Radius of Gyration = r 12.6 mm Depth of the Section= D 65 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r 2 2 Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = xE/(KL/r) = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= = 2 = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + ) Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5) fy/fcc 6 98.73 202.50 1.31 1.62 0.39 mm < N/mm
2

250

Hence OK

IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 15.7= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 313.6 121.3 121.3 72.8 0.5 8.2 10.8 744.0 25.5

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm 25= (D+D)\2= mm


2 2

IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1 13.1275 21.6667 Slender Section 0.351020327

N/mm2

<

73 N/mm2

Hence Safe

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Flange Brace Design @ Column level

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DESIGN OF PIPE/SINGLE ANGLE/DOUBLE ANGLE/STAR ANGLE COMPRESSION MEMBER AS PER IS 800:2007 WSD Typr of Bracing member Single Angle 20 Member No.(From Staad) Yield Strength of Steel = fy 345 Member Location (Wall/Roof) WALL FLANGE BRACE N/mm2 Size of Bracing Member from SP6_1 for Rolled Steel ISA 65656 Type (X bracing or Strut Length of the Compression Member = L 1053 mm Pipe or Truss Member) ALL FLANGE BRACING Effective Length Coefficient of the member = K x 0.5 1 Bay Id Note:Connection at the joint is considered as restrained against translation at both end but free against rotation at both the end. Hence K=1.0 from table 11 IS 800:2007. Factored Compressive Force from staad analysis, Ps = 21 kN LOAD COMB 116 DL + WL6 Buckling Class c Table 7 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.1 Imperfection Ratio = 0.49 Least Radius of Gyration = r 12.6 mm Depth of the Section= D 65 mm Thickness of the Section= t Slenderness Ratio = KL/r Euler Buckling Stress = fcc = 2xE/(KL/r)2 = Non diamensional effective slenderness ratio= =
2 = 0.5 { 1 + ( - 0.2) + )

6 83.57 fy/fcc 282.63 1.10 1.33 0.48

mm < N/mm
2

250

Hence OK

IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1

Stress Reduction Factor = = 1/ ( +(-)^0.5)

Design Compressive Strength of the Section = fd = fy/m0 fy/m0 m0= 1.1 1 1 0 fy/m0 fd= Hence Design Compressive Strength of the Section Permissible Compressive Stress, fc = 0.6xfcd = 15.7= D/t= Area of Cross Section = Ae= Actual Compressive Stress, fc = Ps/Ae = 313.6 151.1 151.1 90.6 0.5 8.2 10.8 744.0 28.2

From Table 4 IS 800:2007 800:2007 N/mm


2

N/mm2 N/mm 2 N/mm 2 25= (D+D)\2= mm2 0.311397209 N/mm2 < 91 N/mm2 Hence Safe IS 800:2007 Cl 7.1.2.1 IS 800:2007 Cl 11.3.1 13.1275 21.6667 Slender Section

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SECTION 2.13 Sag Rod Design

Sag Rod Design Near Apex


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Try with 16mm dia Sag rod for all spans till eaves (On both sides of the ridge) .

Design Input
Sagroddiameter(D) Netdiameter(d) Yieldstrengthofsagrod(fy) PurlinSpan PurlinSpacing(l) No.ofpurlinononesideofridge(n) No.ofsagrod(n') Sagrodspacing(a) 16.00mm 14.00mm 240.00N/mm2 12.00m 1.80m 12 7 1.500m Ridge n= 12purlins

SagRod

AsperClause8.2ofIS801,CompressionflangeofZSectionisrestrainedbytroughedsheeting.AntisagrodsareprovidedforDL+CL+WLinupliftconditiontorestrainthebottomflange. l f i fl f i i i db h d h i i d id d f i lif di i i h b fl

Loading
DeadLoad(DL) LiveLoad(LL) CollateralLoad(CL) WindLoad(WL) WindCoefficient(Cp) RoofSlope InclinedAngle() Sin Cos Loadperpendiculartomajoraxis(w) 30.00kg/m2 75.00kg/m2 20.00kg/m2 143.33kg/m2 1.443 1:10 o 5.71 0.099503719 0.99503719 157.07kg/m2 (Suction)

=Cos*(DL+CL)+WL=

Cos*(DL+CL)+WL Z250X3.15

Section Properties and Check for Tension (IS 801:1975)


NetAreaofsagrod(An) IxyofZsection(purlin) IxxofZsection(purlin) K' P1 Areaofflange(Af) 153.94mm2
1811644.72 mm4 Z250X3.15 11264000.00 mm4 Z250X3.15

=Ixy/Ixx =1.5*K'*a*w=

0.161 1125.46kg (Cl.8.2.2,IS801:1975) 2.646cm2 Z250X3.15 1125.46kg 3005.32kg

t d b1 b2 L1 D

3.15 243.7 64.0 66 18 250

TotalLoadonsagrod@ridge =P1+P2= Allowabletensileforcecarryingcapacity

=0.6*fy*An*1.33=

>1125.46kg

SAFE

(33%increseCl.6.1.2.1,IS801:1975)

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SECTION 2.14 Sheeting Screw Design

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Reference

Design Calculation for Sheet fixing Screws (Self Drilling Srews) Basic Wind Speed Terrain Category Terrain Class Risk Coefficient (For 100 yrs) Terrain Factor Topography Factor Design Wind Speed k1 k2 k3 Vz Vb = = = = = = = = = = Local Wind Coefficient Cp = = = = C/C spacing of Screws on a Purlin Purlin Spacing Tributory Area for 1 Screw A = = = = Force on 1 Screw F = = = = 47 1 C 1 1.03 1 Vb x k1 x k2 x k3 48.41 m/s 0.6 0 6 x Vz2 143.34 (1.4+0.5) 1.9 1.9 x Pz 272.34 300 1800 0.3 x 1.8 0.54 m2 kg/m mm mm
2

m/s

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Appendix A Cl 5.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 5.3.1) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 5.3.2.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.3) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3)

Wind Pressure

Pz

5.4) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5 4) kg/m2 (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 6.2.2.2)

Design Wind Pressure

Pd

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 6.2.1)

Pd x A 147.062 kg 2800 285.42 N kg (Refer attached the standard code i.e. AS 3566.1 2002 Table 2.4 the allowable pullout capacity per bolt ST 5.5 No 12 is 2.8kN)

Allowable Pull-put Load

Fz

Unfactored Allowable Pull-out Load

147.06

kg

<

285.42

kg

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Design Calculation for Sheet Stitching Screws (Self Tapping Screws)


Wind Load Calculation

Reference Vb = = = k1 k2 k3 Vz = = = = = = = 47 1 C 1 1.03 1 Vb x k1 x k2 x k3 48.41 m/s 0.6 x Vz2 143.34 (1.4+0.5) 1.9 1.9 x Pz 272.34 300 kg/m mm
2

Basic Wind Speed Terrain Category Terrain Class Risk Coefficient (For 100 yrs) Terrain Factor Topography Factor Design Wind Speed

m/s

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Appendix A Cl 5.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 5.3.1) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 5.3.2.2) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3.3) (IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.3)

Wind Pressure

Pz

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 5.4) kg/m


2

Local Wind Coefficient

Cp

= = = =

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Table 1 Cl 6.2.2.2)

Design Wind Pressure

Pd

(IS-875 Part 3 -1987 Cl 6.2.1)

C/C spacing of Screws along length

Eff. length for 1 Screw Effective Area for 1 Screw A

= = =

1800 0.3 x 1.8 0.54 Pd x A 147.06

mm

Purlin spacing

m2

Force on 1 Screw

= =

kg

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Check for Sheet in Bearing

Thread Dia. of Screw Gross Area of Screw Root Dia. of Screw Root Area of Screw Stress on Sheet under Screw Head

ds ag dr ar f

= = = = = =

4.8 18.10 3.36 8.87 F/(ag-ar) 156.32 300

mm mm2 mm mm2 (Assumed 0.7 times the dia of Screw)

N/mm2 N/mm2 AS PER REVISED BOQ.

Yield Strength of Sheet

fy

Permissible Bearing Strength of Sheet

= =

0.75 x fy 156.32

= N/mm2

2 225.00 N/mm

<

225.00

N/mm2

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Check for Sheet in Shear

Restraining forces Roof Slope in x roof Slope in y KY


Screw Spacing

Minor Axis Load Inclined forces @ screw Permissible Shear Strength of Sheet

Screw spacing x Purlin Spacing x Minor Axis Load x Width on one side of ridge No of screws on one side of ridge = 10 = 1 = 0.0995 = 300 mm = 12.438 kg/sqm2 = (0.2 x 1.8 x 12.43 x 20 )/12 = 11.1942 kg s = = 0.4 x fy 120.00 N/mm2

Allowable Force on Sheet along the periphery of screw

= =

s x ( x ds) x 1*tsheet 92.23 kg >

11.19

kg

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SECTION 2.15 Puff Panel Specification

TRADITIONAL ROOF

Glamet
Self-supporting metal panel, insulated with polyurethane, for pitched roofs with a minimum slope of 7%. For additional technical information, refer to the GLAMET technical manual.

Major product technical approval: Zulassung Dibt Z - 10.4 - 241.

1000 333,3 Steel external face = 333,3 = 333,3

38

GLAMET
Steel internal face 20 40 Seal

Micro-ribbed finish

Staved finish

62,5

25

GLAMET fastening
PVC washer Self-tapping screw 6,3 with PVC head Prepainted aluminium cap unit with built-in seal

Panel

Structure

10

Profiled polyurethane-insulated roof system, slope p 7%

Table of safe spans


Values guaranteed with external face in steel, 0.5 mm thick, and internal face in steel, 0.4 mm thick or with both faces in aluminium 0,6 mm thick with external face in aluminium, 0.6 mm thick, and internal face in steel, 0.5 mm thick. The spans l (m) as a function of a uniformly distributed overload p (daN/m2), have been obtained from load tests carried out in Metecno laboratories, and provide a deflection f l/200 with a safety coefficient that complies with the UEAtc standards for insulated panels, which have been established and are implemented by primary European Certifying Organizations. With external and/or internal steel thicknesses inferior to the above mentioned ones, the guarantee on the admissible loads for the spans indicated in the table is maintained, while it is not maintained on the deflection limit and the safety coefficient.

steel - steel

S
mm

K
Kcal m2h C 0,51 0,40 0,33 0,28 0,22 0,18 Watt m2 C 0,59 0,46 0,38 0,33 0,25 0,21

Panel weight kg/m2


0,5 + 0,4

l
p = (daN/m )
2

l
100 120 150 200 2,50 2,75 2,90 3,05 3,35 3,80

l
250 300 60 4,20 4,50 4,75 5,00 5,50 6,20 80 100 120

l
150 200 2,25 2,45 2,60 2,75 3,05 3,45 250 300

60 4,70 5,00 5,30 5,60 6,20 7,05

80

30 40 50 60 80 100

9,42 9,80 10,18 10,56 11,32 12,08

l= l= l= l= l= l=

4,10 3,65 4,40 3,90 4,60 4,10 4,85 4,35 5,30 4,80 6,05 5,45

3,30 2,90 3,55 3,20 3,75 3,35 3,95 3,55 4,35 3,95 4,95 4,45

2,25 2,05 2,45 2,25 2,60 2,40 2,75 2,55 3,05 2,80 3,45 3,20

3,65 3,20 3,90 3,50 4,10 3,65 4,30 3,90 4,70 4,40 5,40 4,90

2,90 2,60 3,20 2,85 3,35 3,00 3,55 3,15 3,95 3,45 4,45 3,95

2,00 1,80 2,20 1,95 2,30 2,05 2,45 2,20 2,75 2,45 3,05 2,75

aluminium - steel

S
mm

K
Kcal m2h C 0,51 0,40 0,33 0,28 0,22 0,18 Watt m2 C 0,59 0,46 0,38 0,33 0,25 0,21

Panel weight kg/m2


0,6 + 0,5

l
p = (daN/m2) 60 3,25 3,60 4,00 4,40 5,20 5,75 80 2,80 3,10 3,50 3,90 4,60 5,10 100 2,50 2,80 3,15 3,45 4,10 4,55

l
120 2,30 2,55 2,85 3,15 3,75 4,10 150 2,00 2,30 2,55 2,80 3,30 3,65

l
200 1,80 2,00 2,25 2,50 2,95 3,25 250 1,60 1,75 2,00 2,20 2,60 2,85 60 2,90 3,20 3,60 4,00 4,80 5,30 80 2,50 2,80 3,10 3,45 4,10 4,50 100 2,25 2,50 2,80 3,10 3,70 4,00

l
120 2,05 2,30 2,55 2,80 3,30 3,60 150 1,,85 2,05 2,30 2,50 2,95 3,25 200 1,60 1,80 2,00 2,20 2,60 2,85 250 1,40 1,60 1,75 1,90 2,20 2,40

30 40 50 60 80 100

7,45 7,83 8,21 8,59 9,35 10,11

l= l= l= l= l= l=

aluminium - aluminium

S
mm

K
Kcal m2h C 0,51 0,40 0,33 0,28 0,22 0,18 Watt m2 C 0,59 0,46 0,38 0,33 0,25 0,21

Panel weight kg/m2


0,6 + 0,6

l
p = (daN/m2) 60 3,05 3,40 3,80 4,20 4,95 5,45 80 2,60 2,90 3,30 3,65 4,30 4,75 100 2,35 2,60 2,90 3,20 3,85 4,25

l
120 2,10 2,40 2,65 2,95 3,45 3,85 150 1,90 2,15 2,40 2,65 3,15 3,45

l
200 1,70 1,85 2,10 2,30 2,75 3,05 250 1,50 1,65 1,85 2,05 2,40 2,65 60 2,80 3,10 3,45 3,85 4,60 5,05 80 2,40 2,70 3,00 3,30 3,95 4,35 100 2,15 2,40 2,70 2,95 3,50 3,85

l
120 1,95 2,20 2,45 2,70 3,15 3,45 150 1,75 1,95 2,20 2,40 2,85 3,05 200 1,50 1,70 1,90 2,10 2,45 2,60 250 1,35 1,50 1,65 1,80 2,10 2,25

30 40 50 60 80 100

4,96 5,34 5,72 6,10 6,86 7,62

l= l= l= l= l= l=

11

WALL DESIGN

Monowall

PUR-insulated wall panels

IN: I GE TALY RM SP ANY AIN

PROD

UCED

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Table of safe spans


IMPORTANT: In the assembly stage, attention to the correct positioning of the painted side: the side marked with INTERNAL must face the internalside.
Values guaranteed with steel sheets as thick as indicated. Spans l in metres, as a function of a uniformly distributed load p (daN/m2), have been obtained from experimental data and calculated to provide a deflection limit: f l/200 of the span and a minimum safety coefficient that complies with the UEAtc standards for insulated panels, which have been established and are implemented by primary European Certifying Organizations. steel - steel
25
(thickness 0,4 + 0,4)

Side 1

S
Seal
mm

K
Kcal m2h C 0,66 0,56 0,48 0,43 0,35 0,29 0,22 0,18 0,15 Watt m2 C 0,77 0,65 0,56 0,50 0,41 0,34 0,26 0,21 0,18

Panel weight kg/m2


0,4 + 0,4 0,6 + 0,6

l
p = (daN/m )
2

l
80 1,90 2,45 3,00 3,20 3,65 4,10 4,65 5,15 5,70 100 1,75 2,30 2,80 3,00 3,40 3,75 4,25 4,75 5,25

l
120 1,65 2,05 2,50 2,80 3,10 3,45 3,90 4,30 4,75 150 1,55 1,85 2,20 2,50 2,75 3,00 3,35 3,70 4,05 60 1,75 2,25 2,80 3,10 3,45 3,80 4,50 4,90 5,50 80 1,60 2,10 2,60 2,90 3,20 3,55 4,00 4,45 4,90

l
100 1,50 1,90 2,40 2,70 2,95 3,30 3,70 4,10 4,50 120 1,40 1,80 2,20 2,50 2,75 3,00 3,35 3,75 4,10 150 1,30 1,65 2,00 2,20 2,40 2,60 2,90 3,20 3,50

60 2,05 2,60 3,20 3,40 3,90 4,40 5,20 5,80 6,40

25 30 35

7,70 7,89 8,08 8,27 8,65 9,03 9,79 10,59 11,35

11,08 11,23 1,46 11,65 12,03 12,41 13,17 13,99 14,75

l= l= l= l= l= l= l= l= l=

MONOWALL AC Staved finish

40 50

25

Side 2

60 80 100 120

1000 62,5 Side 1 Seal

aluminium - aluminium (thickness 0,6 + 0,6)

S
mm

K
Kcal m2h C 0,43 0,35 0,29 0,22 0,18 0,15 Watt m2 C 0,50 0,41 0,34 0,26 0,21 0,18

Panel weight kg/m2


0,6 + 0,6

l
p = (daN/m2) 60 2,75 3,26 3,74 4,34 4,86 5,31 80 2,39 2,84 3,26 3,78 4,24 4,63

l
100 2,11 2,52 2,90 3,36 3,77 4,12

l
120 1,90 2,27 2,62 3,04 3,41 3,72 150 1,66 1,99 2,32 2,69 3,02 3,29 60 2,34 2,76 3,16 3,79 4,30 4,74 80 2,06 2,44 2,79 3,35 3,79 4,19

l
100 1,84 2,19 2,51 3,01 3,41 3,77 120 1,67 1,99 2,29 2,75 3,11 3,44 150 1,49 1,77 2,04 2,45 2,77 3,06

40

4,99 5,37 5,75 6,51 7,27 8,03

l= l= l= l= l= l=

MONOWALL AC Micro-ribbed finish


Side 2 62,5 1020 62,5 62,5

50 60 80 100 120

48

49

ERA BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD., NOIDA

Job No. EBSL-PEB- 685 Owner RAIL COACH FACTORY Date 7-Feb-2011 Consultant IIT, DELHI Design By PRAFULL MUNGLE Main ContractorIRCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Checked By SAURABH BHARDWAJ Project RAIL COACH FACTORY RAE BARELI (U.PRecommded BS.S BANDYOPADHYAY SHELL STORE Approved By ANIL K. SETH Building

SECTION 2.16 Screw Specification

Buildex
Product Technical Data Sheet
Bi Metal Teks Product Matrix
(20) 7,5 Min.
n14,0

DDS-057

12,0 6-397-0125-5 ( 1 : 1 ) 2Pt x 3.0 mm Drillng Capacity

M4,8 -16 TPI Thread

(50,0)
n19,0

33,0 Min.

14,0 6-397-0118-8 ( 1 : 1 ) 3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity

M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread

(28,0)

n19,0

11,0 Min.

14,00 6-397-0126-6 ( 1 : 1 ) 3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread

(41,00) 14,0 Min. 24,0 6-397-0028-8 ( 1 : 1 ) 5Pt x 12.5 mm Drilling Capacity M5,5 - 24 TPI Thread

n19,0

Buildex, Teks and Climaseal are Buildex registered Trademarks

Status Released | Written By John Mallet | Date Written 14/02/2011 | Current Issue 9 | Current Issue Date 21/03/2011
A Division of ITW Buildex Australia Pty Ltd.ACN 004 235 036 ABN 63 004 235 063
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Buildex
Product Technical Data Sheet
Bi Metal Teks Product Matrix
(62,00) 45,0 Min.
n19,0

DDS-057

(25,0)

14,0 6-397-0119-9 ( 1 : 1 ) 3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread (82,0) 65,0 Min.

n19,0

(42,0)

14,00 6-397-0121-1 ( 1 : 1 ) 3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity

M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread (113,00) 96,00 Min.


n19,0

(60,0) 6-397-0122-2 ( 1 : 1 )

14,00

M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread (133,00) 116,0 Min.


n19,0

3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity

(80)

14,0

M 5,5 - 14 TPI Thread 6-397-0124-4 ( 1 : 1 )


Buildex, Teks and Climaseal are Buildex registered Trademarks

3Pt x 6.0 mm Drilling Capacity

Status Released | Written By John Mallet | Date Written 14/02/2011 | Current Issue 9 | Current Issue Date 21/03/2011
A Division of ITW Buildex Australia Pty Ltd.ACN 004 235 036 ABN 63 004 235 063
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